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  • Sterling D. Allan
    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com Monday, July 27, 2009 a.. Featured: Radiant Energy Power from EMF Pyrazo Device harvests RF+ oscillations -
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      Monday, July 27, 2009

      • Trends > EVs > Electric Bicycles

        E-China: The bicycle kingdom is going electric - Workers weary of crammed public transport or pedaling long distances to jobs are upgrading to battery-powered bikes and scooters. Even some who can afford cars are ditching them for electric two-wheelers to avoid traffic jams and expensive gasoline. (Yahoo News; July 25, 2009)
      • Oil > Abiotic >
        Hydrocarbons in the deep Earth? - Scientists have debated whether some hydrocarbons could have been created deeper in the Earth and formed without organic matter. Now, they have found that ethane and heavier hydrocarbons can be synthesized under the pressure-temperature conditions of the upper mantle -the layer of Earth under the crust and on top of the core. (PhysOrg; July 26, 2009)

      Sunday, July 26, 2009

      • Body Electric / Lights

        People emit visible light - The human body literally glows, emitting a visible light in extremely small quantities at levels that rise and fall with the day. In fact, virtually all living creatures emit very weak light, which is thought to be a byproduct of biochemical reactions involving free radicals. Might possibly serve diagnostic purposes. (AOL News; July 22, 2009)
      • Flight >
        Space Hotel 2012 - Start planning that vacation to outer space. The first space hotel is expected to open as soon as 2012, with three-day stay costing ~$4 million. The hotel, "Galactic Suites," will allow adventurous travelers to enjoy a spectacular starry view from their hotel rooms, see the Sun rise 15 times a day and take part in scientific experiments while they're not using Velcro suits to crawl around their pod-room walls. (Facebook group)

      Saturday, July 25, 2009

      • Featured: Solar > PhotoVoltaics

        Kyocera -- Tribute to a Solar Pioneer - While they might not be on the extreme cutting edge today, for six decades Kyocera has been plodding away in the quest to bring solar power into the mainstream. Now they have thousands of employees worldwide, and some of the largest solar PV installations on the planet. (PESWiki; July 25, 2009)
      • Water > Mixing Sea and River Water >
        Electricity from salt-fresh water mix - The amount of energy available where fresh water meets salt water is equivalent to a waterfall 225 meters [739 feet] high. An Italian physicist has come up with a 'salination cell' that relies on two chunks of activated carbon, a porous carbon commonly used for water and air filtration. Once jump started with electricity, a continuous flow of water keeps it running. (Physics Central; July 23, 2009)
      • Trends >
        US energy use drops in 2008 - Americans used more solar, nuclear, biomass and wind energy in 2008 than they did in 2007; and the nation used less coal and petroleum during the same time frame and only slightly increased its natural gas consumption. Geothermal energy use remained the same. (LLNL; July 20, 2009)

      Friday, July 24, 2009

      • Featured: Electromagnetic

        Kapanadze's 100 kW free energy device third-party tested - A video has been posted showing the setup of the one hundred kilowatt free energy generator by Tariel Kapanadze's group as it is being third-party tested, complete with large coils, arcing spark gaps, huge capacitors and mesh screens, set atop a ~one-inch-thick glass. (PESN; July 24, 2009) (Comment)
      • Nanotech / Solar > Thin Film >
        Project Sage: Bringing Solar Power to the Masses - Nano-scale research at the Univ. of Arizona could one day lead to photovoltaic materials thin enough, flexible enough and inexpensive enough to go not only on rooftops but in windows, outdoor awnings and even clothing. The goal for UA scientists is to understand and control the interfaces in these devices to enable the development of long-lived solar energy conversion devices on tough, flexible and extremely low-cost plastic substrates. (PhysOrg; July 23, 2009)
      • Free Energy

        Free Energy - stuff to think about - Richard Lewis talks about free energy, saying that just because we don't know where the energy is coming from, doesn't mean that it is free or that it breaks laws of physics. What about solar PV panels? If you didn't consider the sun, then they appear magical by creating energy from nothing. (PoorManGuides; July 16, 2009)

      Thursday, July 23, 2009

      • Featured: Electromagnetic
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Surge_Motor_Technology_by_Troy_Reed">Troy Reed >

        REMGen ready for production; demo in August - On Aug. 7, REM Source, LLC is scheduled to demonstrate a several-kilowatt output production prototype of a technology Troy Reed began developing three decades ago, with help from his cousin, Michael. This electromagnetic motor allegedly requires no fuel, pulling its energy freely from the environment. (PESN; July 23, 2009) (Comment)
      • 3rd World / Biomass

        Pritchard Powerdrive S5000 - This biomass-fueled, low tech steam engine has a chance of being manufactured for a realistic cost and operates at reasonable pressures to help it last longer. The S5000 was designed to be a small-scale, multi-utility, enterprise energy system, capable of delivering mechanical power and electricity, hot water, space heating; and steam; all from the lowest grade fuels.
      • Biofuel > Algae

        Big Oil Turns to Algae - ExxonMobil is investing $300 million in Synthetic Genomics to develop algae biofuel. The push is to take advantage of algae's ability to efficiently transform sunlight into lipids that can be relatively easily converted into diesel, gasoline, and possibly even advanced hydrocarbons used to manufacture plastics, chemicals, and other products. (MIT Technology Review; July 22, 2009)

      Wednesday, July 22, 2009

      • Flight

        What Is The Carbon Footprint of The Space Program? - While burning liquid hydrogen, which produces water vapour, is clean; the process of creating the liquid hydrogen for one flight consumes about as much electricity as could power 128 average American homes for a year, not to mention the transportation costs for shipping that fuel to the launch site. (TreeHugger; July 20, 2009)

      Tuesday, July 21, 2009

      • Electromagnetic

        George Mitchell's OU Generator in the News - Enville, TN, USA inventor claims to have a generator that produces more energy than it consumes, drawing free electromagnetic energy from the environment somehow. Though he's not yet gotten it in a practical embodiment, he's been getting encouragement to continue his quest to provide a portable, clean energy source. (Jackson Sun; July 18, 2009)
      • Geothermal > Ground Source Heat Pump >
        Geothermal Heating & Cooling Information - Website is dedicated to providing information about geothermal heating and cooling systems that use the natural constant ambient temperature of the earth to heat in the winter and cool in the summer. This is accomplished with a compressor or heat pump unit, the liquid heat exchanger medium, and the air delivery system.
      • Events

        Alternative Energy Events Calendar - Events page includes a Google calendar to help you all keep up with upcoming conferences, shows and workshops that promote energy alternatives and provide networking opportunities for all of you involved in the industry. If you know of any upcoming events/conferences that are not on the calendar, go ahead and add them. (Alternative Energy News)

      Monday, July 20, 2009

      • Electromagnetic
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Bruce_DePalma">Bruce De Palma

        Bruce DePalma - DVD + collection of correspondence - Site presents a DVD containing a history of DePalma's rediscovery of the Faraday Homopolar motor/generator effect, and the many experiments which led to his building of hte "N-machine", co-rotating a magnet and conductor and generating electricity. Also gives an account of the MIT / Harvard / UCSB institutional denial of any of DePalma's contributions towards the further understanding of magnetism.
      • Batteries

        Battery Chemistry FAQ page by PowerStream.com - Besides the common carbon-zinc, alkaline, lead acid, nickle metal hydride, nickle cadmium and lithium ion, there are many other battery chemistries, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Also included are some useful definitions and a list of parameters to guide you in matching your battery requirements to a specific battery design.

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