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JET Energy's cold fusion; GreenShift's CO2 Bioreactor; Hydro-Gen; MIT fusion; GM & EV1

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      Thursday, March 6, 2008
      3635531 cumulative visits; 06:08 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured / Top 100:
        Cold Fusion > JET Energy is Developing Cold Fusion Technology - Having brought cold fusion through many generations of advancement, Mitchell Swartz' company is in process of developing the technology to the point that it could be commercialized. They made history in 2003 by running a large public demonstration for five consecutive days at MIT. (PESWiki; Feb. 29)
      • Wind / Tidal / Ocean Currents / River
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        Whale-Inspired Windmills
        - Harvard University researchers have come up with a mathematical model that helps explain the humpback whale's agility that arises from the bumps on the leading edge of their flippers, adding to a growing body of empirical evidence that could lead to turbine blades that can capture more energy from the wind and water. (MIT Technology Review; Mar. 6)  See Whale Power Corp

      Wednesday, March 5, 2008

      • Featured:
        EV / Suppression
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        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Site:LRP:General_Motors_Created_The_EV1:General_Motors_Destroyed_The_EV1">Why GM Created then Destroyed the EV1 -
        Leslie R. Pastor argues that GM had a significant motive for scrapping the EV1: they intended to prolong the use of gasoline system engines in cooperation and collaboration with the International Oil Companies. (PESWiki; Mar. 4)
      • Magnet Motors / Gravity Motors > Sean Novak's Magnet-Gravity Wheel Concept - In process of animating another concept, Novak drummed up this idea: as the wheel rotates, the magnet weights get repulsed/attracted in such a way that they shift to a gravitationally-favorable position to keep the wheel rotating. (SNovak.com; Feb. 18, 2008) Jim Dunn predicts that it will not work because magnetism requires short distances, and gravity requires larger distances.

      Tuesday, March 4, 2008
      3627503 cumulative visits; 06:08 am GMT/UTC

      • Lighting > LED
        >
        title=http://news.rpi.edu/update.do?artcenterkey=2406&setappvar=page(1) href="http://news.rpi.edu/update.do?artcenterkey=2406&setappvar=page(1)" rel=nofollow>Martin Schubert develops polarized LED 
        - The invention could advance the effort to combine the power and environmental soundness of LEDs with the beauty and clarity of LCDs and replace Compact Fluorescents. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Feb. 28, 2008) (Thanks Robert L. Pritchett)
      • Lighting > LED
        >
        title="http://www.news.com/8301-10784 3-9880704-7.html?tag=more" href="http://www.news.com/8301-10784_3-9880704-7.html?tag=more" rel=nofollow>Micro LED 
        - William Henry has developed a 15-micron LED that operates on nanoamps of power at the Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland. (C|Net News; Feb 27, 2008) (Thanks Robert L. Pritchett)

      • Biofuels
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        href="http://www.vaperma.com/" rel=nofollow>Vaperma 
        - With its innovative Siftek™ membrane technology in hand, Vaperma looks to revolutionize the biofuels industry by creating a unique membrane for the purification (dewatering) of syngas - a 99%-pure ethanol product with energy saving up to 40%.
      • Solar > Greentech Media - As analysts predict an industry shakeup, Greentech Media digs through solar's seismic events to unearth sources of the movement, including Larger is Better, The Buying -- and Partnering -- Spree Begins, Shrinking Costs, Not Just From the Cell, Eye on Silicon, Semiconductors to Solar. (Greentech Media; Feb, 26, 2008) (Thanks Robert L. Pritchett)

      Monday, March 3, 2008
      3623346 cumulative visits; 06:08 am GMT/UTC

      • Solar / Wind / Piezoelectric
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        href="http://www.s-m-i-t.com/#grow_target" rel=nofollow>SMIT GROW Mimics Ivy 
        - Teresita Cochran's research groups is developing a hybrid energy delivery device that provides power via the sun and wind, drawing inspiration from ivy growing on a building. The proprietary, patent-pending design combines photovoltaic and piezoelectric technologies. (Ecolect.net; Feb. 2008) (Thanks Robert L. Pritchett)

      Sunday, March 2, 2008
      3620307 cumulative visits; 05:11 am GMT/UTC

      • Ocean Current / Tidal
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        href="http://www.hydro-gen.fr/" rel=nofollow>Hydro-Gen 
        - Hydro-Gen is a big floating paddle wheel included in a catamaran type turbine, for marine currents where a huge quantity of sea water must go through a bottle neck. The efficiency/cost ratio seems better with a paddle-wheel, because it is at the surface. Underwater projects are three to five times more costly. (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Solar
        >
        href="http://www.peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Solar_Cooking">Cooking
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        href="http://www.pureenergysystems.com/store/Sun_Oven/index.html">Sun Oven > Learning to cook without electricity
        - When the power goes out, it's good to know how to make dinner without electricity, and without endangering the family or the home. Utah couple are teaching people how to do that — using everything from an apple box to a solar sun box oven and fuels that can be used safely indoors as well as out. (Deseret News; Feb. 21)
      • Disclose.TV "Hidden Truth Revealed" - Alternate media website with a layout resembling YouTube features outside-the-box news, videos, audio, photos, discussion.  Channels include 9/11 & Terror, Aliens & UFOs, Ancient Mysteries; Cryoptozoology; Enlightenment; Paranormal; Science & Technology; Secret Societies.

      Saturday, March 1, 2008
      3617395 cumulative visits; 06:17 am GMT/UTC

      • Hydrogen / Nanotech > Nanoparticles could make hydrogen cheaper than gasoline - QuantumSphere Inc. says it has perfected the manufacture of highly reactive catalytic nanoparticle coatings that could up the efficiency of electrolysis, generating hydrogen from water. Moreover, the coatings could also eliminate the need for expensive metals like platinum in hydrogen fuel cells. (EETimes; Feb. 25)

      Friday, February 29, 2008
      3613590 cumulative visits; 05:42 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured / Top 100:
        Biofuels / Concentrated Solar / Clean Coal
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        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:GreenShift:C02_Bioreactor">GreenShift's CO2 Bioreactor
        - Patented process uses algae to consume greenhouse gas emissions from fossil-fueled power plants, giving off pure oxygen and water vapor. Light from concentrated solar panels is conducted into the algae chambers via fiber optics. Once the algae grows to maturity, it is harvested for conversion into ethanol and biodiesel fuels. (PESWiki; Feb. 28) (Thanks Daniel Bowers)
      • Tidal > Ocean Flow Energy - Evopod uses a simple but effective mooring system that allows the free floating device to maintain optimum heading into the tidal stream. It can operate in exposed deep water sites and uses established technologies from the offshore oil and gas and wind turbine industries. (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • EV / Hybrids
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        href="http://blog.wired.com/cars/2008/02/vw-unveiling-an.html">Coming Soon from VW: A 69.9 MPG Diesel Hybrid
        - The Golf Hybrid will have an all-electric mode at low speed, start-stop capability, regenerative braking and a 7-speed DSG double-clutch transmission; and will meet Europe's stringent Euro V and America's Tier 2 Bin 5 emissions standards, making it green enough even for California. (Wired; February 28, 2008) (Thanks Tedd)

       

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