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    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com Sunday, March 21, 2011 a.. Featured: Hydrogen Blacklight Blacklight Power launches home page make-over -
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      Sunday, March 21, 2011

      • Featured: Hydrogen

        Blacklight Power launches home page make-over - Includes a new multimedia presentation touting "our next leap forward: the power of water. Using water as fuel, hydrinos release 200 times more energy than by burning hydrogen, making energy that's cheap, abundant, and generates no pollution or greenhouse gases." (PESN; March 21, 2010) (Comments)
      • Galactic Sea of Energy >
        Hyperdimensional Hexagon on Saturn and Free Energy (2 | 3 | 4) - In an interview on Coast to Coast a couple of years ago, Richard C. Hoagland discussed why a hexagon shape appears on the north pole of Saturn, saying it is a function of hyperdimensional physics -- drawing energy from elsewhere -- and how this could be a source of free energy on earth if we could harness it. (YouTube; by the duderinok; April 27, 2007) (Thanks Clay Graner)
      • Hydro / Solar / Storage

        Solar City Tower for Rio Olympics is a Giant Energy Generating Waterfall - A large solar power plant generates energy during the day. Any excess power not used pumps seawater into a storage tank within the tower. At night, the water is released to power turbines, which will provide nighttime power for the city. On special occasions water is pumped out to create a waterfall. (Inhabitat; March 19, 2010)

      Saturday, March 20, 2010

      • Featured: Magnet Motors >
        Muammer Yildiz Magnet Motor - A Turkish inventor who several years ago had a homopolar overunity motor design claim, now appears to have an all-magnet motor. A news report says he plans to give a public demonstration of it in May. (PESWiki; March 20, 2010)

      Friday, March 19, 2010

      • Piezoelectric / Hydrogen > Hydrogen Production >
        Crystals + sound + water = clean hydrogen fuel - A new material raises the prospect of extracting hydrogen from water using noise pollution – from major roads, for example. A team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison made crystals of zinc oxide that, when immersed in water, absorb vibrations and develop areas of strong negative and positive charge that results in ripping apart nearby water molecules. (New Scientist; March 16, 2010) (Inhabitat)
      • Trends / Solar

        Utility-Scale Solar Soaring in U.S. - There are over 100 utility-scale solar projects in the U.S. totaling 17,000 MW now in the planning stage. 75 percent of Americans, across the political spectrum, support utility-scale solar on public lands. (GreenTechMedia; March 18, 2010)

      Thursday, March 18, 2010

      Wednesday, March 17, 2010

      • Organizations

        MIT Researchers Tip Their Cards - Last week, as part of the 2010 MIT Energy Conference, the institute opened the doors to its energy research projects. Press and other interested parties got a first look at technologies that could one day make renewable energy abundant, cheap and more deployable. (Renewable Energy World; March 9, 2010)

      Tuesday, March 16, 2010

      • Featured: Electromagnetic
        href="http://www.peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Electric_Vehicles">Electric Vehicles > eCars
        title="Directory:ArcticTek:Chris Hunter (Alaska Star)'s Axial Flux Motor" href="http://www.peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:ArcticTek:Chris_Hunter_(Alaska_Star)'s_Axial_Flux_Motor">ArcticTek

        Alaska Star's axial flux motor revolution (Interview) - Chris Hunter describes his new ultra-efficient, 800-mile range electromagnetic motor design that he's making for his Alaskan car. He also talks about some of his other emerging prototypes, including the Aerothermal Rankin cycle engine, beta voltaic solar panels, magnetolysis, and battery extender. (PESN; March 16, 2010) (Comment)
      • Radio / Environment

        Planet 100 YouTube Channel - "The top 100 environmental news stories in 100 seconds or less." PlanetGreenTV is a professionally-done, though liberal-leaning, news service that I've enjoyed being subscribed to, for the most part.

      Monday, March 15, 2010

      • Biomass / Biofuels > R&D

        Plant-based fuel is cheap, easy, and ready to power your jet - Engineers at University of Wisconsin-Madison have found a way to convert 95% of the energy of cellulosic biomass into jet fuel using stable, inexpensive catalysts, basic equipment and minimal processing. The end hydrocarbon product is so similar to jet fuel that it is ready for application by present internal engine designs. (GizMag; March 11, 2010)
      • Recycling / Plastic

        IBM Creates Plant-Based, Highly Recyclable Plastics - IBM researchers announced yesterday that they discovered a method of creating highly recyclable plastics from one of the most eco-friendly materials around – plants. Not only are the material’s components greener than traditional petroleum-based products, the production process uses significantly less energy. (Inhabitat; March 10, 2010)

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