Run your car on vapors

April 3, 2014
Run your car on vapors

updated 04-17-2014 How to run your vehicle on gasoline fumes run your car or truck on gas vapors how to get a lot better gas mileage gasoline vapors-fumes running a car Run your lawn mower or back-up generator, etc. on gas vapor, fumes This demonstrates how easy it is. “Based on talks with actual engineers that work at Ford and GM, these two companies have actively discouraged any improvements in fuel efficiencies. Engineers would be threatened if they were caught tinkering with the computer systems or searching for ways...

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The Age of Aquarius

November 7, 2012
The Age of Aquarius

updated 12-03-2014 the electric motor of a Tesla Roadster “I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws of our country.” - President Thomas Jefferson “I see in the near future...

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Sign of Intelligent Life, crop circles

September 20, 2012
Sign of Intelligent Life, crop circles

updated 2014-03-12 “Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the Universe is that none of it has tried to contact us.” “We are viewed as a violent warring species – a danger to all who dare to approach us. …” – Transition Now, part 2 – by Patricia Cori...

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electromagnetic propulsion

February 12, 2012
electromagnetic propulsion

updated 12-29-2013 The First Flying Saucer Program (the first, built by humans, in our modern era anyway) “the US military was justifiably alarmed about the Nazi development of fighter discs … that could hover, fly at supersonic speeds, and change direction instantly. German aeronautical engineers were working on discs beginning in 1933, and by...

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Solar Power In 2013

January 21, 2014

India Almost Doubled Its Solar Power In 2013 With Big Plans For More By Ari Phillips on January 21, 2014 India added just over 1 gigawatt of solar energy to its electrical grid last year, a major milestone that nearly doubles the country’s cumulative solar energy capacity to 2.18 gigawatts. After a slow start...

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Edward Snowden

January 17, 2014
Edward Snowden

updated 01-27-2014 The police cannot spy on anyone without a court order but the NSA has become a new Gestapo spying on everyone, breaking the law and lying about it. By Barton Gellman, Published: December 23, 2013 The government does not just crush people trying to improve our lives, they spy on everyone. The...

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BMW i8 hybrid-electric to begin production in 2014

December 17, 2013
BMW i8 hybrid-electric to begin production in 2014

Dec 17, 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Heading for Production 94 MPG on the European Test Cycle BMW will launch its new i8 all-electric sports car in the spring of 2014, with a convertible version of the car hitting the streets a year later in late 2015. According to enthusiast forum Bimmerpost, the i8 Spyder...

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the growing gap between rich and poor

September 10, 2013

a “super-entity” made up of 147 gigantic corporations basically dominates the entire global economy…. Faine Greenwood, September 10, 2013 America’s top 1 percent of earners control 19.3 percent of total household income, a gap wider even than in 1927. The current gap between America’s rich and poor is the widest in history, new research...

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cruising on a hybrid-electric boat

August 17, 2013
cruising on a hybrid-electric boat

on the intra-coastal An afternoon-evening cruise on the Glory B Nothing special, we just enjoyed a short trip out on the electric catamaran-sailboat. The Glory B I took some photos of the new solar panels and the boat’s night lights earlier. The 3 solar panels are connected to the batteries providing auxiliary power to...

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Hybrid-Propulsion Navy Destroyers

August 6, 2013
Hybrid-Propulsion Navy Destroyers

Navy to Test Hybrid-Propulsion on Destroyers http://defensetech.org : by KRIS OSBORN on AUGUST 6, 2013 The U.S. Navy plans to conduct a series of tests on its hybrid-electric propulsion system for destroyers in order to assess its potential for future application on one of the ships’ two propellers, service officials said. The technology, now...

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Sudden Climate Changes, Extreme Global Warming

July 11, 2013
Sudden Climate Changes, Extreme Global Warming

An Earth history of sudden global climate changes. What the scientists found was surprising and unnerving. They had known from previous ice core and ocean sediment core data that Earth’s climate had fluctuated significantly in the past. But what astonished them was the rapidity with which these changes occurred. Ocean and lake sediment data...

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A Fully-Charged Tesla S In 90 Seconds

June 25, 2013
A Fully-Charged Tesla S In 90 Seconds

CBS News By Jerry Edgerton, June 25, 2013, Tesla to swap batteries in about 90 seconds In the latest attempt to calm drivers who worry about how far they can drive their electric cars, Tesla Motors (TSLA) plans to build station that will swap run-down batteries for fresh ones. The company says it will...

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The Pole Shift has accelerated

June 4, 2013
The Pole Shift has accelerated

The Shift Is On – Magnetic North Pole Now Racing A Mile A Day The Magnetic North Pole Has Moved 161 Miles In 6 Months “This puts its arrival in Siberia in less that 2 years, and it is when it arrives there that it will have migrated 40 degrees across the northern hemisphere.”...

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LNG Electric Ships, up to 30% more efficient

April 30, 2013
LNG Electric Ships, up to 30% more efficient

LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) Fuel Will Be Transported by Electric Ships The British Emerald was the world’s largest LNG carrier when it launched in 2007. It was also the first vessel built by Hyundai Heavy Industries that used GE’s electrical propulsion technology. The ship generates electricity by burning waste gasses that evaporate from the...

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Fast Charging Battery-Supercapacitor

April 16, 2013
Fast Charging Battery-Supercapacitor

Imagine a ‘Battery’ that Charges 100 Times Faster by Chris Clarke – Apr 16, 20130 This week, another UCLA team reports it may have found a way to address a persistent problem with supercapacitors: limitations on their effective size. Researchers at UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have found a way...

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The OPOC Engine, 100 mpg?

April 9, 2013
The OPOC Engine, 100 mpg?

updated April 17, 2014 EcoMotors Quickens Its Pace, Acquires Michigan-Based Katech Manufacturing Wed, 03/12/2014 Allen Park, Mich., March 12, 2014 – EcoMotors, Inc., (EM) announced today the purchase of Katech, Inc., the Michigan-based manufacturing company known for developing advanced engines and powertrains, adding additional expertise, manufacturing and testing capabilities to an already growing company....

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After Record 2012, World Wind Power Set to Top 300 Gigawatts in 2013

April 3, 2013
After Record 2012, World Wind Power Set to Top 300 Gigawatts in 2013

April 3, 2013, By J. Matthew Roney Even amid policy uncertainty in major wind power markets, wind developers still managed to set a new record for installations in 2012, with 44,000 megawatts of new wind capacity worldwide. With total capacity exceeding 280,000 megawatts, wind farms generate carbon-free electricity in more than 80 countries, 24...

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Mitsubishi i-MiEV

April 1, 2013
Mitsubishi i-MiEV

updated July 30th 2013 Sales looked good for the i at the beginning of 2013, with 594 sold in the US in January and February, and that figure grew to 882 for the first six months of the year. The Outlander plug-in hybrid, available in Japan, was hurt by a recall this spring. Its...

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Giant German Offshore Wind Power Plant

February 13, 2013
Giant German Offshore Wind Power Plant

Siemens To Provide 80 Wind Turbines For Giant German Offshore Wind Power Plant February 13, 2013, Joshua S Hill Siemens has been awarded a contract to provide 80 wind turbines to the Butendiek offshore wind power plant off Germany’s North Sea coast. The order was made by wpd group, and when the power plant...

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World Solar PV Capacity Surpasses 100 Gigawatts In 2012

February 12, 2013

February 12, 2013, Cynthia Shahan, cleantechnica.com This bright news below brings the message that people are changing, things are changing. From a statement released in Brussels yesterday we find that the world’s cumulative solar photovoltaic (PV) electricity capacity surpassed 100 gigawatts (GW) in 2012, achieving just over 101 GW. This is according to new...

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Air pollution in notoriously polluted Beijing, CHINA at dangerous levels

January 12, 2013
Air pollution in notoriously polluted Beijing, CHINA at dangerous levels

“The World Health Organization estimated in 2007 that 656,000 Chinese died prematurely each year from ailments caused by air pollution” AP, Sat, January 12, 2013 BEIJING – Air pollution readings in China’s notoriously polluted capital were at dangerously high levels for the second straight day Saturday, with hazy skies blocking visibility and authorities urging...

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California hits a renewable energy milestone

January 10, 2013

2013/01/10 By Dana Hull, Silicon Valley Mercury News California has hit a major milestone in renewable energy: State regulators reported Thursday that more than 1 gigawatt — or 1,000 megawatts — of solar power has been installed through the California Solar Initiative, which encourages homeowners, businesses, local governments and nonprofit organizations to install solar...

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next-generation battery technology

November 1, 2012

RICE UNIVERSITY NEWS & MEDIA MIKE WILLIAMS – NOVEMBER 1, 2012 ‘Crushed’ porous silicon anodes show dramatic increase in charge-discharge cycles Researchers at Rice University have refined silicon-based lithium-ion technology by literally crushing their previous work to make a high-capacity, long-lived and low-cost anode material with serious commercial potential for rechargeable lithium batteries. The...

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Environmental Activists Are Being Killed in Record Numbers, Worldwide

August 2, 2012

By George Black, from OnEarth Last summer, photographer Ron Haviv and I were in Cajamarca, Peru, where the Denver-based Newmont Mining Corporation plans to spend $4.8 billion on a new gold mine, Conga, in an environmentally sensitive area of the high Andes. The project has provoked massive opposition, and Haviv and I were detained...

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West Philly HS Kids Compete for the X-Prize and win the Green Grand Prix

June 16, 2012
West Philly HS Kids Compete for the X-Prize and win the Green Grand Prix

2012-07-16 Another Green Grand Prix Victory! EVXteam.org, by Ann Cohen The EVX Team had an incredibly busy spring. In April we returned to Watkins Glen to compete in the Green Grand Prix. Watkins Glen is a beautiful and historic NASCAR track in the Finger Lakes region of New York. The first day we were...

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The Nanophosphate EXT, A123′s new lithium–iron phosphate car battery

June 11, 2012

By David Biello, Scientific American, 6-11-2012 A new lithium ion battery technology may finally make the devices cheap enough and durable enough to turn electric cars from a niche product into a mass-market mode of transport. Waltham, Mass.–manufacturer A123 Systems has produced a cell that delivers 20 percent more power, works at temperatures as...

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