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  • Sterling Allan
    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com Wednesday, June 9, 2010 a.. Feature: Environment Pollution Plastic and Energy Ocean trash vortexes are the
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      Wednesday, June 9, 2010

      • Feature: Environment
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        Ocean trash vortexes are the greatest ecological disaster - The five oceanic trash vortexes are said to cover as much as 40% of the ocean surface. The North Pacific gyre is split into two smaller gyres, each the size of Texas. With all the attention that the Gulf Oil catastrophe is getting, don't forget that these ocean trash vortexes pose perhaps the largest ecological blight that consumerism-bent mankind has imposed on the planet. (PESWiki; June 9, 2010)
      • Lighting / Algae

        Algae-Powered Latro Lamp Transforms CO2 Into Light - Based on a recent discovery by researchers at the universities of Yansei and Stanford who found that a tiny electrical current can be extracted from algae during photosynthesis, the Latro Lamp features a battery that stores energy generated by the algae throughout the day and a light sensor that controls the lamp’s intensity. (Inhabitat; June 8, 2010)

      Tuesday, June 8, 2010

      • Feature: Electromagnetic

        Magnetron Fuelless Generator by PowerStream - PowerStream claims to have a self-generating power system called the Magnetron, which they say is "first of its kind to market", advertising output capabilities between 5KW and 2 MW. They say the load-following device could be the primary and sole source of energy for a myriad of applications, from home to business to transportation power. (PESWiki; June 8, 2010) (Comment)
      • Fuel Efficiency > Engines

        Reinventing the Gasoline Engine - A new engine concept developed by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison could cut fuel consumption by about 30 percent in cars and by almost 20 percent in heavy trucks. The concept, which has been demonstrated in test engines, involves precisely mixing two different fuels in the combustion chamber, which gives greater control over both the timing and duration of combustion. (MIT Technology Review; June 2, 2010)
      • Solar > PV

        Harnessing Solar Power in a Condo - To get around the homeowners' association, Jack Lee merely places a solar panel in the window of his condo, and gets enough sunlight to power all the devices in his bachelor's pad. And he can pull from the battery of his hybrid car if he needs to; so he never hooks up to the grid power available in his sockets. (CBS News; Oct. 3, 2007)

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