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    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com Sunday, May 30, 2010 a.. Biomass Emergency Preparedness Insta-Fire invention is hot idea for home food storage
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      Sunday, May 30, 2010

      • Water / Growing

        Persian Gulf Harnessing Microbes to Transform Desert into Farmland - The United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Kuwait are in the midst of a massive project to re-landscape their deserts and transform them into fertile farmland, providing food security for their future. The countries are utilizing a mixture of microbes and soil — called mycorrhiza — that allows plants to absorb more nutrients than they can alone. (Inhabitat; May 18, 2010)

      Saturday, May 29, 2010

      • Biofuels / Waste to Energy > Animal

        Forget Wave Power, Google and Others May Use Poo Power for Data Centers - Hewlett Packard has released a research paper that states that tech companies like themselves, Google and Microsoft could benefit from a partnership with dairy farmers, using the cattle waste for fuel. The research paper says that the dairy farmers could rent out land and power to the tech companies with a return on investment in waste-to-fuel systems in two years, making it a great arrangement for the farmers too. (EcoGeek; May 19, 2010)
      • Building > Cement

        Student creates cost-effective self-healing concrete? - Researchers at the University of Rhode Island have created a concrete matrix embedded with a micro-encapsulated sodium silicate healing agent via a process that can be done in a cost-effective manner. When cracks form in the concrete, the capsules rupture and release the agent into the adjacent area... (GizMag; May 27, 2010)

      Friday, May 28, 2010

      • Solar > PV / Hydrogen > Solar Hydrogen >
        Jack Nicholson's 1978 Hydrogen Car - Step back in time to when solar panels were new and needed to be explained as part of a presentation on how the energy of sunlight could be used to generate electricity to electrolyze water to generate hydrogen which could run a car, using a metal catalyst to stabilize the storage of hydrogen. (GreenEnergyTV; 9/9/9)

      Thursday, May 27, 2010

      • Alt Fuels
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Biofuels">Biofuels > Sources / Microorganisms

        A step to artificial life: Manmade DNA powers cell - The Maryland inventors call it the world's first synthetic cell, although this initial step is more a re-creation of existing life — changing one simple type of bacterium into another — than a built-from-scratch kind. Expected applications include new fuels, better ways to clean polluted water. (Associated Press; May 20, 2010)
      • EVs > Recharging Stations >
        Nissan EV quick charger to hit the market - In preparation for the December release of its sold-out all-electric LEAF automobile, Nissan said it will be selling in-house-designed EV quick chargers for CHAdeMO plugs. Nissan plans to install 2,200 standard non-quick chargers in dealerships throughout Japan, aiming for one charger within 40 kilometers of any point on the road. (GizMag; May 26, 2010)

      Wednesday, May 26, 2010

      • Feature: Cold Fusion > Eugene Mallove >
        Eugene Mallove murderers were former renters gone irate - More than 6 years later, we now finally learn that two of the revered Cold Fusion scientists accused murderers had lived with the boyfriend's parents at the Mallove rental home. After being evicted, a phone call from the upset mother who had been told their stuff was being thrown in a dumpster, sent the boyfriend to the scene where the murder resulted. (PESN; May 26, 2010) (Comment)
      • Nuclear > Fusion

        Nuclear Reactor Aims for Self-Sustaining Fusion - A Italian-Russian team proposes a reactor called Ignitor, which would be a minature ITER-like tokamak reactor that uses powerful magnetic fields to produce fusion by squeezing superheated plasma of hydrogen isotopes. "Ignitor will give us a quick look at how burning plasma behaves, and that could inform how we proceed with ITER and other reactors." (MIT Technology Review; May 25, 2010)
      • Conspiracy

        Top Construction Firm: WTC Destroyed by Controlled Demolition - Veteran Middle East correspondent Alan Hart has come forward to reveal that the largest engineering firm in the world studied the collapse of the towers and said there was no doubt they were brought down by controlled demolition explosions. Hart points to involvement by elements within Mossad and the CIA. (Prison Planet; May 26, 2010)

      Tuesday, May 25, 2010

      • Building

        Sustainable Brick Made from Sand, Bacteria and Pee - Architect Ginger Krieg Dosier has designed a way of forming bricks without baking by combining sand, bacteria, calcium chloride and urea, all easy-to-come-by materials. These Better Bricks are created through a chain of chemical reactions known as microbial-induced calcite precipitation. (EcoGeek; May 12, 2010)

      Monday, May 24, 2010

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