Run Your Car On Vapors

April 3, 2014
Run Your Car On Vapors

updated 03-25-2015 Good clear Videos showing how easy it is to get 100, 200, to 400 miles per gallon have started appearing since 2012 or 2013. Finally, we can start experimenting with the simplest cheap parts and tools and get fantastic results! How to run your vehicle on gasoline fumes. run your car or truck on gas vapors. how to get over 100 miles per gallon on a big car or truck. No carburetor and no fuel-injectors needed. Cut...

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The Age of Aquarius

April 7, 2012
The Age of Aquarius

updated 07-27-2014 “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 to make the car engines run more efficiently.” … The Age of Aquarius: The age of domination is almost over. “This is not a time of fear. This is a time of awakening and rejoicing” The Convoluted...

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Sign of Intelligent Life, crop circles

March 20, 2012
Sign of Intelligent Life, crop circles

updated 10-30-2014 “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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Formula E Racing, Electric

March 15, 2015
Formula E  Racing, Electric

first posted 2014-10-06 updated 2015-04-12 First formula-e race, Bejing, China First formula-e racing motor: the 200kW 270 horsepower electric motor will launch the car from 0 – 100 km/h (0-62mph) in approximately 3 seconds     Racing goes electric: At the track with Formula E, the first e-racing series by Jonathan M. Gitlin – Mar 29, 2015 MIAMI—The pit lane we’re standing in is unusual, and not only because it’s a temporary setup placed in the shadow of American...

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New Battery Technologies

March 3, 2015

March 3, 2015 Glass-coated sulfur particles could improve battery life by 1,000 percent lithium-sulfur battery can have energy density ten times that of a conventional lithium-ion battery. Imagine a large Android phone with 30,000mAh of juice instead of just 3,000mAh. How fantastic would that be? With current lithium-sulfur technology, that starts dropping off rather quickly as lithium and sulfur reaction products start clogging the works. These products, called lithium polysulfides, dissolve in the electrolyte solution and become stuck at...

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Sea Levels in the Northeast Rose 4-5 Inches In Just 2 Years

February 26, 2015

TWO-YEAR-LONG sea level rise along N.J. coast an ‘EXTREME’ EVENT, study says. Increased about 12-INCHES over the last 100 years Peter Slovinsky of the Maine Geological Survey has been tracking sea levels for years. He said when considering the sea level has increased about 12-inches over the last 100 years, a five-inch jump in just two years gets your attention. “We had sea levels in the months of December, January, February, March and April 2010 that were the highest...

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Cheap Solar Cells that are 50% more powerful

January 30, 2015

By Kevin Bullis on January 30, 2015 Researchers have found a way to augment ordinary silicon solar cells with a material called a perovskite. Putting a new kind of photovoltaic material on top of a conventional solar cell can boost overall power output by half. Researchers at Stanford University added a type of material known as a perovskite to a silicon solar cell, validating an idea for cheaply increasing the efficiency of solar power that was first proposed several...

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London, the world’s first “ultra low emission zone”

October 27, 2014

with more than 4,000 people dying from air quality-related illnesses in London every year, the city is proposing a new charge to improve air quality: an Ultra Low Emission Zone. Drivers of the most polluting vehicles will have to pay £12.50 a day in addition to the congestion charge to enter London by 2020 as the mayor bids to improve air quality in the capital. Starting a public consultation today, transport chiefs said the main benefit of the world’s...

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Ultra-Fast compact battery can recharge in 2 minutes

October 16, 2014

recharges 70% within 2 minutes, lasts 10 times longer, and is more compact Scientists at Nanyang Technology University (NTU) have developed ultra-fast charging batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes. The new generation batteries also have a long lifespan of over 20 years, more than 10 times compared to existing lithium-ion batteries. This breakthrough has a wide-ranging impact on all industries, especially for electric vehicles, where consumers are put off by the...

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Iraq’s oil funds ISIS

September 9, 2014

How The Islamic State Smuggles Oil To Fund Its Campaign by Deborah Amos, September 09, 2014 In less than three years, the Islamic State has had a remarkable rise from startup militants to a cash-rich and capable extremist organization. The swift expansion is fueled, in part, by a massive oil smuggling operation in eastern Syria that has now expanded to Iraq, according to regional analysts and oil industry specialists. The Islamic State, also known as ISIS, earns millions of...

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BMW i8 hybrid-electric in production

September 8, 2014
BMW i8 hybrid-electric in production

Dec 17, 2013, updated 2014-10-20 BMW i8 Spyder in Production BMW i8, $136,500 to start, began trickling into U.S. buyers’ hands in August. The BMW i8 was launched in Germany in June 2014. As of September 2014, a total of 341 i8s have been delivered worldwide. 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...

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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 to the year, solar installation picked up rapidly – a good sign that India will be able to meet its ambitious solar targets going forward....

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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 NSA lies about their activity: “NSA does not profile everyday Americans…” The White House: “White House press secretary Jay Carney stressed that same position.” as...

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Bloom Box: Bloom Energy Powers Big Business with a Box

October 18, 2013
Bloom Box: Bloom Energy Powers Big Business with a Box

updated 01-10-2015 posted 03-04-2010 Press Release October 18, 2013 Macy’s, Inc. Installs New Bloom Energy Server in Connecticut 600 kW project will provide clean and uninterruptible power to Macy’s online fulfillment center CHESHIRE, Connecticut – October 18, 2013 – Macy’s, Inc. and Bloom Energy today announced that an innovative and clean electricity generation system has been installed at Macy’s online fulfillment center in Cheshire, CT. The Bloom Energy Servers use an advanced solid oxide fuel cell technology to produce...

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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 using Internal Revenue Service data reveals, as the country continues to struggle to recover from a crippling economic downturn. The new report, entitled “Striking it...

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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 everything but the propellers. Under sail, the propellers charge their own batteries which are basically only used to run the propellers when navigating in and...

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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 in use on the USS Makin Island and being engineered into the next-generation America-class, big-deck Amphibious Assault Ships; the USS America (LHA-6) and the USS...

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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 from places such as California, Venezuela, and Antarctica have confirmed that these sudden climate changes affected not just Greenland, but the entire world. During the...

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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 take 90 seconds, or less time than it takes to fill the tank with gasoline. The first swapping locations will be built along routes between...

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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.” http://www.zengardner.com/the-shift-is-on-magnetic-north-pole-now-racing-a-mile-a-day/ http://intellihub.com/2013/06/04/the-magnetic-north-pole-has-moved-161-miles-in-6-months/ http://www.activistpost.com/2013/06/north-pole-shifts-161-miles-in-6-months.html     The Earth’s magnetic field is weakening, and moving. 40 mi/yr NASA “We usually go out and check its location once...

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