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      Saturday, January 14, 2012

      Friday, January 13, 2012

      • Featured: News > SmartScarecrow
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        Sterling's Weekly Free Energy Review on SmartScarecrow Show: January 12, 2012 - E-Cat Weekly -- January 12, 2012 • NASA Calls Cold Fusion (LENR) a Game Changer • MP BioMass Offers Carbon and Fly Ash Solutions for Coal Plants • Overunity Details of J.I.M.S. Motor Reluctantly Revealed • Interview with Bob Smith, CEO of BB Motor Corp, LLC • Tesla completed an invention in his mind before building -- worked every time • The Secret Free Energy Potential of Centrifugal Force (FreeEnergyNews)
      • Biofuels > Ethanol > Woes
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        Ethanol fuel to blame for worldwide food shortage? (video) - Between 2005-2010, the price of corn per bushel has more than doubled. Approximately 60 percent of the US corn crop goes to making ethanol fuel and is blamed by some for the worldwide food shortage. The US government requires oil companies to use the controversial fuel in gasoline in which the US burns one sixth of world's corn supply on the road. (YouTube / RTAmerica; January 13, 2012)

      Thursday, January 12, 2012

      • Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi
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        E-Cat Weekly -- January 12, 2012 - This past week saw at least 65 stories from 15 dedicated sites and 5 mainstream news sites. Themes included robotics to be employed in the 1 million E-Cat manufacturing process; considering Cyclone engine technology for harvesting E-Cat heat to generate rotational force; an interview with Edmund Storms; and LENR presentations at the World Sustainable Energy Conference 2012. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; January 12, 2012)

      Wednesday, January 11, 2012

       

      Tuesday, January 10, 2012

      • Featured: Engines
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        Interview with Bob Smith, CEO of BB Motor Corp, LLC - On January 6th, Sterling Allan had the opportunity to interview Robert H. Smith, the CEO of BB Motor Corp LLC. about a potentially revolutionary new engine they are developing. The revolutionary J.I.M.S engine is asserted to consume no fuel, emit little or no pollution, and be capable of producing free energy via a hydraulic multiplier effect. (PESN; January 10, 2012)

       

      Monday, January 9, 2012

      • Fuel Cells / Alt Fuels
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        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Water">Water > as Fuel
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        PowerTrekk Offers Unlimited Water-Based Gadget Power - You can recharge your portable gadgets with Sweden's myFC's new PowerTrekk portable, water-powered fuel-cell charger. Fuel-cell technology uses the chemical reaction between the hydrogen in water and special electrodes and electrolytes in fuel cells to generate electricity. (Yahoo!News; January 8, 2012)
      • Trends > EVs > Electric Cars
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        Who Killed The Electric Car? So Far, It Looks Like The Consumer - According to a recent survey conducted by infas, a social research and market institute in Bonn (Germany), drivers’ expectations and their actual behavior are wildly different. This leads them to avoid electric cars because of perceived shortcomings which actually have no effect on most drivers’ daily habits. (Gas2.0; January 8, 2012)
      • Grid > Vulnerability
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        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Copper">Copper
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        Copper thieves target highway light wiring, costing taxpayers thousands - Thieves cut the wire at the junction box at the base of each of the light poles, then they tie the wire to the bumper of a truck, take off and rip the wire right out of the ground. They stole 7,000 feet of wire that weighed about 300 pounds and is valued at $17,000. (Deseret News; January 8, 2012) [Another reason for distributed energy solutions.]

       

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