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Lamellar Currents; Tesla's AC inspiration; Recycling Brain Power; Largest Solar; Artic Melting

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    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com/ (Go here for links to stories below, if you don t get this by HTML) LATEST Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004 485650
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      • Lamellar and Heaviside Currents - John Bedini explains in part how his circuit works to charge batteries. (PESWiki; Nov. 9)
      • This Week in Free Energy: Nov. 7 - 20 MW waste to energy facility for sale; VAPSTER fuel economy system; Bowman and Perendev magnetic motors; H on demand ZPE toy; X-prize and Cold Fusion. (PESN)
      • Geek Trivia: Spark of inspiration - What play did Nikola Tesla cite as his inspiration for the alternating-current motor? Brief historic tidbit; quick read; interesting. (TechRepublic; Nov. 9)
      • PhysOrg.com Solar > World's Largest Solar Park - Bavaria Solarpark will produce 10 MW via 57,600 silicone panels spread over 25 hectares; scheduled for operation in 2005. (PhysOrg; Nov. 9)
      • ZPEnergy Arctic Melting Fast - Scientists have determined that the ice in Greenland and the Arctic is melting so rapidly that much of it could be gone by the end of the century.  Estimate includes projection of greenhouse gasses. (ZPEnergy; Nov. 9)
      • Global Warming Exposes Arctic to Oil, Gas Drilling - (Yahoo News; Nov. 8)
        [Can you say "vicious cycle"?]

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        href="http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/sb/Oct-2004/3-INCITE-Photosynthesis.html">Berkley Group Emulating Photosynthesis
        - Nature is 97% efficient in converting sunlight to energy. University group receives govt. funding to pursue a process that mimics nature.

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