Run Your Car On Vapors

running on fumes

first posted 03-03-2014 Get a bottle and some hose and discover How to run your vehicle on gasoline fumes. Good clear Videos showing how easy it is for your car to get 100 miles per gallon and much more, have started appearing since 2012 or 2013. Finally, we can start experimenting with the simplest cheap parts and tools and get fantastic results! A simple vaporizer system. a.k.a. GasFumes.org   GasolineFumes.org. . . Continue

Cheaper Energy From Sand – TESS

May 21, 2015; by Flavia Rotondi and Alessandra Migliaccio Italian Company Uses Sun-Heated Sand to Produce Energy Magaldi Group is using sand to produce and store energy in a 100-kilowatt thermal power demonstration plant in Salerno, a short drive from the famous Amalfi Coast. Production is set to start later this year. “If you’ve ever walked on the beach in the sun and burned your feet,” you know how sand. . . Continue

Daimler 12-MPG SuperTruck

Debuting this week at the 2015 Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Kentucky, the experimental SuperTruck achieves a 115-percent improvement in fuel efficiency over a stock 2009 model. That far exceeds the goal of the Department of Energy-backed SuperTruck program, which aimed for a comparatively smaller efficiency improvement of 50 percent. Proposed Heavy-Duty Truck Standards: for 2018-2029 Wednesday, October 7, 2015 By Aminah Zaghab Clean Cars Advocate The EPA has proposed. . . Continue

Cancer Cure Worked

The Cancer Cure That Worked: 50 Years of Suppression – by Barry Lynes Roy Rife Rife with his Microscope A detailed account of Roy Rife’s inventions and discoveries is the subject of The Cancer Cure That Worked. This startling book documents events from 1913 to the time of Rife’s death in 1972. Rife was an optical engineer and technician of great skill. His first success was the building of the. . . Continue

Cheap Solar Cells that are 50% more powerful

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. . . Continue

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. . . Continue

Tesla’s Unk. Manuscript

(Manuscript discovered prior to 2009?) The Unknown Tesla Manuscript Proof of the Ether The 1908 Tunguska Event Unknown Manuscript of Nikola Tesla by Mikhail Shapkin FarShores Note: This is a new and more complete version of the unknown ‘Tesla’ manuscript, transcribed and translated into English by Mikhail using computer software. It replaces the original copy consisting only of Part 1. Editing has been kept to a absolute minimum in order. . . Continue

Nazi Germany, WWII Flying Saucers

first posted 02-12-2012 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 1945 they had developed a highly sophisticated circular craft that was able to fly at. . . Continue

The OPOC Engine, 100 mpg?

posted Oct. 9, 2010 updated Dec. 9, 2015 EcoMotors Establishes R&D Center with Hunan University to Develop opoc Technology in China Fri, 03/14/2014 Allen Park, Mich., March 13, 2014 – EcoMotors, Inc., (EM), developer of the efficient, clean, lightweight and powerful opposed-piston opposed-cylinder (opoc®) engine technology, announced today that it has established a joint research and development center together with Hunan University (HNU) in Changsha to further develop and adapt. . . Continue

Fuel Economy Is Most Important Car Buying Factor

Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Consumer Reports Survey: Americans Say Fuel Economy Is Most Important Car Buying Factor Nearly three-quarters of drivers would consider an alternative fuel vehicle for their next car. Yonkers, NY (PRWEB) May 22, 2012 With fuel prices at near record levels, consumers are driving less and contemplating a move to smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles, according to recent survey by Consumer Reports. The survey found that 37 percent. . . Continue

World’s Lightest Metal

Scientists Develop World’s Lightest Metal, 100x Lighter than Styrofoam by Brit Liggett, 11/20/11 This, we assure you, is a real photograph. Researchers at the University of California Irvine have developed a metal micro-lattice that is as strong as solid metal yet 100 times lighter than Styrofoam. The material is constructed from a micro-lattice of nickel phosphorous tubes that is 99.9% air. The tubes are hollow and have walls 1,000 times. . . Continue

The Bourke Engine

updated 04-28-2017 “If my engine were in general use we would never hear of monoxide deaths or smog caused by these engines.” – Russell Bourke Built in 1954; 38 pounds, 30 cubic inches, 35 hp or more at 5,000 RPM, 76 hp at 10,000 rpm; successfully tested up to 20,000 rpm; Estimated up to 5 HP per cubic inch with Compression ratio up to 20:1; Fuel air ratio: 30:1 to. . . Continue

frequency generator clears a polluted Gulf bay.

Researcher, John Hutchison, and his associate, Nancy Lazaryan, have come up with a device that emits a combination of audio and radio frequencies that have the effect of clearing waters polluted by oil and dispersant in less than 24 hours, bringing the native life back – The Coast Guard has been using it since the 50’s. Oct. 27, 2010 by Sterling D. Allan; Pure Energy Systems News Concerned about the. . . Continue