Future Energy eNews        IntegrityResearchInstitute.org        Dec. 7,  2005

1) Dr. Mills' Fuels Paradise? - Update on the mysterious father of hydrinos and Blacklight Power
2) High Brightness Nanotube Transistor by IBM - world's first: 1,000 times brighter than LED
3) UFO Investigations Released by NSA - Tried to justify the withholding of records on UFOs
4) UK Says It Needs Nukes Today - As gas supplies dwindle, a fresh look at nuclear power
5) Energy Review Makes Way for Clean and Safe EnergyChart projects electricity to 2020 
6) Magnegas is a Renewable Fuel Review of a recycling phenomena available today
7) 2050 Project Predicts Decentralized Power - 4000 remote viewers find concurrence on energy
8) Oil Industry Targets EU Climate Policy - Funded lobby that derailed Kyoto adoption in the USA

1) Fuel's Paradise? Power Source That Turns Physics on its Head

Alok Jha, science correspondent, November 4, 2005, The Guardian http://education.guardian.co.uk/higher/research/story/0,,1627657,00.html

It seems too good to be true: a new source of near-limitless power that
costs virtually nothing, uses tiny amounts of water as its fuel and
produces next to no waste. If that does not sound radical enough, how
about this: the principle behind the source turns modern physics on its head.
Randell Mills, a Harvard University medic who also studied electrical
engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, claims to have
built a prototype power source that generates up to 1,000 times more heat
than conventional fuel. Independent scientists claim to have verified the
experiments and Dr Mills says that his company, Blacklight Power, has
tens of millions of dollars in investment lined up to bring the idea to
market. And he claims to be just months away from unveiling his creation.
The problem is that according to the rules of quantum mechanics, the
physics that governs the behaviour of atoms, the idea is theoretically
impossible. "Physicists are quite conservative. It's not easy to convince
them to change a theory that is accepted for 50 to 60 years. I don't
think [Mills's] theory should be supported," said Jan Naudts, a
theoretical physicist at the University of Antwerp.

What has much of the physics world up in arms is Dr Mills's claim that he
has produced a new form of hydrogen, the simplest of all the atoms, with
just a single proton circled by one electron. In his "hydrino", the
electron sits a little closer to the proton than normal, and the
formation of the new atoms from traditional hydrogen releases huge
amounts of energy.

This is scientific heresy. According to quantum mechanics, electrons can
only exist in an atom in strictly defined orbits, and the shortest
distance allowed between the proton and electron in hydrogen is fixed.
The two particles are simply not allowed to get any closer.
According to Dr Mills, there can be only one explanation: quantum
mechanics must be wrong. "We've done a lot of testing. We've got 50
independent validation reports, we've got 65 peer-reviewed journal
articles," he said. "We ran into this theoretical resistance and there
are some vested interests here. People are very strong and fervent
protectors of this [quantum] theory that they use."

Rick Maas, a chemist at the University of North Carolina at Asheville
(UNC) who specialises in sustainable energy sources, was allowed
unfettered access to Blacklight's laboratories this year. "We went in
with a healthy amount of scepticism. While it would certainly be nice if
this were true, in my position as head of a research institution, I
really wouldn't want to make a mistake. The last thing I want is to be
remembered as the person who derailed a lot of sustainable energy
investment into something that wasn't real."

But Prof Maas and Randy Booker, a UNC physicist, left under no doubt
about Dr Mill's claims. "All of us who are not quantum physicists are
looking at Dr Mills's data and we find it very compelling," said Prof
Maas. "Dr Booker and I have both put our professional reputations on the
line as far as that goes."

Dr Mills's idea goes against almost a century of thinking. When
scientists developed the theory of quantum mechanics they described a
world where measuring the exact position or energy of a particle was
impossible and where the laws of classical physics had no effect. The
theory has been hailed as one of the 20th century's greatest achievements.
But it is an achievement Dr Mills thinks is flawed. He turned back to
earlier classical physics to develop a theory which, unlike quantum
mechanics, allows an electron to move much closer to the proton at the
heart of a hydrogen atom and, in doing so, release the substantial
amounts of energy he seeks to exploit. Dr Mills's theory, known as
classical quantum mechanics and published in the journal Physics Essays
in 2003, has been criticised most publicly by Andreas Rathke of the
European Space Agency. In a damning critique published recently in the
New Journal of Physics, he argued that Dr Mills's theory was the result
of mathematical mistakes.

Dr Mills argues that there are plenty of flaws in Dr Rathke's critique.
"His paper's riddled with mistakes. We've had other physicists contact
him and say this is embarrassing to the journal and [Dr Rathke] won't
respond," said Dr Mills.

While the theoretical tangle is unlikely to resolve itself soon, those
wanting to exploit the technology are pushing ahead. "We would like to
understand it from an academic standpoint and then we would like to be
able to use the implications to actually produce energy products," said
Prof Maas. "The companies that are lining up behind this are household

Dr Mills will not go into details of who is investing in his research but
rumours suggest a range of US power companies. It is well known also that
Nasa's institute of advanced concepts has funded research into finding a
way of using Blacklight's technology to power rockets.

According to Prof Maas, the first product built with Blacklight's
technology, which will be available in as little as four years, will be a
household heater. As the technology is scaled up, he says, bigger
furnaces will be able to boil water and turn turbines to produce electricity.
In a recent economic forecast, Prof Maas calculated that hydrino energy
would cost around 1.2 cents (0.7p) per kilowatt hour. This compares to an
average of 5 cents per kWh for coal and 6 cents for nuclear energy.
"If it's wrong, it will be proven wrong," said Kert Davies, research
director of Greenpeace USA. "But if it's right, it is so important that
all else falls away. It has the potential to solve our dependence on oil.
Our stance is of cautious optimism."

Alternative energy
Cold fusion
More than 16 years after chemists' claims to have created a star in a jar
imploded in acrimony, the US government has said it might fund more
research. Mainstream physicists still balk at reports that a beaker of
cold water and metal electrodes can produce excess heat, but a hardy band
of scientists across the world refuse to let the dream die.

Methane hydrates
The US and Japan are leading attempts to tap this source of fossil fuel
buried beneath the seabed and Arctic permafrost. A mixture of ice and
natural gas, hydrates are believed to contain more carbon than existing
reserves of oil, coal and gas put together.

Solar chimneys
Sunlight heats trapped air, which rises through a giant chimney and
drives turbines. Leonardo da Vinci designed such a power tower and the
Australian company Enviromission plans to build one. Despite being scaled
down recently, the concrete chimney will still stand some 700 metres over
the outback.

Nuclear fusion
Turns nuclear power on its head by combining atoms rather than splitting
them to release energy - copying the reaction at the heart of the sun.
After years of arguments the world has agreed to build a test reactor to
see whether it works on a commercial scale. Called ITER, it could be
switched on within a decade.*

Wave generators
No longer a dead duck, the hopes of engineers are riding on bobbing
floats again. The British company Trident Energy recently unveiled a
design that uses a linear generator to convert the motion of the sea into
electricity. A wave farm just a few hundred metres across could power
62,000 homes.
* ITER "switching on" is only for experimentation.
2025 is the earliest projected date for a possible breakeven.
2050 is not even a reasonable projected market-ready date for tokamak fusion. - Ed. note

2) IBM Claims Better LED
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PORTLAND, Ore. — IBM Corp. unveiled Thursday (Nov. 17) what is said is the world's first electroluminescent nanotube transistor and claimed it glows 1,000 times brighter than a light-emitting diode with as much as 10,000 times more photon flux.

By emitting thousands of photons in silicon with the same energy expenditure as one photon in gallium arsenide, IBM predicted that carbon nanotube transistors will lead to integrated optics on silicon chips. According to IBM, integrated optics on silicon chips could lower costs, accelerate electronics and mitigate the need for exotic semiconductors like gallium arsenide.

IBM said its technique achieves 1000-fold brighter emissions by electrically stimulating a carbon nanotube suspended over a doped silicon wafer. The resulting excitons are electrically neutral, yet emit infrared light when recombined.

Other research groups have reported light emission by carbon nanotubes stimulated to photoluminescence with a laser. IBM claims its technique uses only electrical stimulation to create an exciton density that is 100-fold larger than photoluminescence in nanotubes.

IBM claimed it achieved very high efficiency with its light-emitting technique, IBM through the extreme confinement within a 2-nm-diameter carbon nanotube suspended from each end over a silicon back gate.

IBM fabricated the light-emitting transistor by etching trenches in a silicon dioxide film on a highly doped silicon wafer. The wafer substrate acted as a back gate to the carbon nanotube transistor. The resulting devices emitted infrared light with strength that was exponentially related to the back gate's drive current.


3) X Files Opened: The National Security Agency's UFO Investigations Unearthed

By Leonard David, Senior Space Writer, 16 November 2005, Space.com  www.space.com/news/051116_nsa_ufo.html

There is one question that persistently circles the community of Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) true-believers: If the government has nothing to hide, UFO fans often ask, then why is it keeping so many UFO records under lock and key?

 “Well, it turns out that the government does have something to hide, but it has nothing to do with extraterrestrials,” said Steven Aftergood, director of the Project on Government Secrecy at the Federation of American Scientists in Washington , D.C.

 A document has surfaced that had been stamped “Top Secret Umbra”—the codeword for the highest, most sensitive category of communications intelligence. The once-classified affidavit was originally filed by the National Security Agency (NSA) in a 1980 lawsuit to justify the withholding of records on UFOs. The document is largely declassified—with certain sections cut out, ostensibly to protect employee names, and keep NSA technologies, skills, and foreign connections out of the limelight.

 The document—In Camera Affidavit of Eugene F. Yeates: Citizens Against UFO Secrecy v. National Security Agency, October 9, 1980 —was released in redacted form on November 3 in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from researcher Michael Ravnitzky and posted on the website of the Federation of American Scientists.

 Foreign signals

 A read of the document yields insight into how a super-secret agency like the NSA became caught up in the UFO phenomenon. Created in November 1952, The National Security Agency/Central Security Service is America ’s cryptologic organization. It coordinates, directs, and performs highly specialized activities to protect U.S. government information systems and churns out foreign signals intelligence information.

 Being a high-tech organization, the NSA is a cutting-edge home for communications and data processing. It is also a center for foreign language analysis and research within the government. The just-released 1980 document explains that a total of 239 documents related to UFOs were located in NSA files, with 79 of those documents originating with other government agencies. One document is an account by an NSA official attending a UFO symposium. A healthy chunk of these reports were produced between 1958 and 1979.

 Deceptive data

 The titles of NSA-related UFO documents that are noted in the declassified document are intriguing, such as UFO Hypothesis and Survival Questions.

 Another title cited is UFO’s and the Intelligence Community Blind Spot to Surprise or Deceptive Data. In this seven-page, undated, unofficial draft of a monograph authored by an unnamed NSA employee, the author reportedly points out what he considers to be “a serious shortcoming” in the NSA’s communications intelligence (COMINT) interception and reporting procedures. That is, “the inability to respond correctly to surprising information or deliberately deceptive data.”

 The unidentified author uses the UFO phenomenon to illustrate his belief that the inability of the U.S. intelligence community to process this type of unusual data adversely affects U.S. intelligence gathering capabilities. Within the pages of the newly-released affidavit—and between sections of excised copy—it shows NSA intercepted in 1971 communications between two aircraft and a ground controller discussing a “phenomena” in the sky, as well as radar screen observations, labeling what was viewed as “unidentifiable” objects.

 Other intercepted and decrypted reports of bright lights, luminous objects, and unidentified aircraft—along with an elongated ball of fire—scooting through the skies over non-U.S. countries are noted too.

 Intercept operations

 The 21-page affidavit makes clear that release of documents for public scrutiny, for a variety of reasons, “would seriously damage the ability of the United States to gather this vital intelligence information.” Furthermore, how the NSA works with a network of foreign sources, organizations, and other governments to secure intelligence data would be adversely affected.

 The majority of these records, explained NSA official Eugene F. Yeates in the 1980 affidavit, were communications intelligence reports that “are the product of intercept operations directed against foreign government controlled communications systems within their territorial boundaries.”

 New insight

 According to Aftergood, the newly declassified Yeates affidavit provides new insight into the types of records sought by UFO researchers that have been withheld by NSA. “Even with all of the deletions, one can get a sense of the enormous scale—and the apparent success—of the worldwide electronic intercept operations conducted by NSA at the height of the Cold War,” Aftergood told SPACE.com.

 “Unfortunately it is not clear from the affidavit how the withheld documents might have related to UFOs,” Aftergood said. “There must have been some connection in order for them to be within the scope of the original FOIA request…but I have no idea what it was.”

 But for those hungry to show a great government conspiracy is at work and that alien-driven UFOs routinely cruise through our skies, the just brought to light document won’t help you.  “The affidavit does not discount the UFO phenomenon…it simply doesn’t address it one way or the other,” Aftergood concluded.

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  Ed Note: IRI has added a few extra relevant links to the above article for your edification.


4) Prime Minister 'Convinced' on Nuclear Future
Tony Blair is believed to be convinced over the need for nuclear power to tackle the UK energy crisis. The government is to announce a review of energy policy, including nuclear power, after being urged by business leaders to tackle the UK energy crisis.

Concerns have been growing over future power supplies and rising gas costs. The BBC's Nick Robinson said despite the prime minister's support, no decision has yet been made on Britain's nuclear future.

Tony Blair's spokesman said: "The prime minister's view is that we need to look at all the options and everybody knows that is what we are going to do." He said it was important to look at it in terms of the UK's energy security and also "in terms of climate change".

 More modern nuclear power stations are certainly the way ahead for many reasons
Roger Cope, Burton upon Trent


Government Chief Scientist Sir David King told the BBC that a "fresh look" was needed at the situation but denied that any firm decisions had been made ahead of the review.

"My advice has been clear for some time, but I don't believe that decisions have been made, " he said. Earlier he had urged the government to "give the green light" to more power stations.

Business pressure

The CBI, the business lobby organisation, says energy requirements are now top of the business agenda as fuel costs rise and worries grow over gas supplies this winter.

Mr Blair is expected to use the CBI annual conference next week to announce the energy review and signal the government's change of direction. BBC political editor Nick Robinson says that the Prime Minister has been convinced that building more nuclear power stations is the only way to meet the country's energy needs and stick to the targets on climate change.

Cost study

The CBI has stressed a firm decision on a new generation of nuclear stations must be made urgently. It said one-third of the UK's generating capacity would have to be replaced by 2020 and called on the government to commission a study into the cost of nuclear energy compared with alternative sources of power.

 This government is going to have to hold a proper constructive debate on nuclear power
Sir Digby Jones, CBI

"A decision on the future of nuclear power has been allowed to drift too long," said the CBI's director general Sir Digby Jones.

"Potential investors and the British public both deserve certainty." He told BBC Radio Five Live: "It is high time this nation had an integrated coherent energy policy."

And he warned that high-use large industrial outfits would have to "throw the switch" if the price of gas continued to rise. "This government is going to have to hold a proper constructive debate on nuclear power. We want them to have a public debate and stop prevaricating."

Gas supplies

The call comes as the price of wholesale gas has almost doubled during the past week, prompting fears about winter supplies to industry in the UK. Experts believe tight supplies have triggered the rise.

UK supplies are low as a pipeline from Europe is running at half capacity and shiploads of gas are being diverted to Spain and the US where prices are high.

 We have got a tight equation between supply and demand of gas
Malcolm Wicks, Energy Minister

UK energy minister Malcolm Wicks said the government was looking into why the gas interconnector was not working properly, but said it was operated by private companies and "is not something the government switches on and off".

He admitted that the rundown in North Sea supplies and the delay in getting new pipelines from Norway up and running meant that some sectors of UK industry may experience a difficult winter or two. "We have got a tight equation between supply and demand of gas," he said.

'Clear steer'

Former Labour energy minister, Brian Wilson, told the Midday News on Radio Five Live he hoped the government would "give a clear steer in favour of nuclear power stations". He added: "Both in order to meet our environmental responsibilities but also to maintain security of supply and avoid this gross over-dependence on gas."

But former environment secretary Michael Meacher said that while the government had "to act quickly... I think we need nuclear like a hole in the head".

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5) Energy Review Must Pave Way for Clean and Safe Energy

The Government's Energy Review, to be announced later today (Tuesday), must pave the way for clean, safe alternatives to meet Britain's energy needs, rather than rubber stamp a new generation of nuclear power stations, Friends of the Earth said today. The environmental campaign group said that a comprehensive programme to reduce electricity waste, increase renewable energy-use and use fossil fuels more efficiently can ensure that the UK meets its targets for cutting greenhouse gases while maintaining fuel security.

Friends of the Earth is urgently seeking a meeting with the Prime Minister to put forward a range of alternatives that, if implemented, would massively reduce carbon dioxide levels and reduce electricity waste. The environmental group fears that the Prime Minister has fallen for a charm offensive from the wealthy nuclear lobby, and that he has made his mind up even before the Energy Review has begun.

Friends of the Earth's director Tony Juniper said:

"The UK can meet its targets for tackling climate change and maintain fuel security by using clean, safe alternatives that are already available. But these have so far been underplayed by the Prime Minister who has fallen for the nuclear industry's slick PR campaign. The Government's Energy Review must cut through this spin, promote the clean, safe measures we know will meet our energy needs and show that nuclear power is unnecessary, as well as unsafe and uneconomic."

"The UK could be a world leader in developing a low-carbon, nuclear-free economy. The Energy Review must deliver a sustainable energy plan for the future. Investing in energy efficiency, renewable energy and cleaner use of fossil fuels could achieve this. Will the Government seize the opportunity, or has it already fallen for the latest nuclear con?"

Cost-effective measures that the Government has underplayed include (see below for details):

  • A programme to replace inefficient light bulbs with new super-efficient LED or compact fluorescent light bulbs;
  • Introducing new standards to ensure appliances waste less electricity on stand-by;
  • Promoting more efficient electric motors in industry;
  • Encouraging households to generate their own electricity through small gas-fired boilers, solar panels and micro turbines;
  • Building off-shore lagoons to harness the power of the tides;
  • Further developing the potential to generate electricity from the waste heat given off by industrial plants, boilers in offices and other heat sources.
Energy review briefing

The Prime Minister is expected to announce a Government Energy Review on Tuesday 29 November.

The review is expected to set out a long-term strategic vision for UK energy policy including environmental issues, security of supply, competitiveness and social goals. It is expected to largely focus on electricity production to 2020 and beyond rather than looking at energy for heating or transport. It will consider whether or not to build a new generation of electricity producing nuclear power stations. A separate nuclear briefing is also available from Friends of the Earth.

Friends of the Earth believes that the Energy Review provides a huge opportunity for the Government to realise the massive potential of the UK's renewable energy resource and dramatically improve the efficiency of our use of energy, including fossil fuels. This would cut UK dependency on fossil fuels and help the UK cope with price fluctuations.

The environmental campaign group also believes that the UK can meet its climate change targets and maintain energy security without nuclear power. We have highlighted six, out of many, cost-effective ways - which the Government has underplayed - to massively reduce electricity consumption, generate electricity from new renewable sources and use fossil fuel more efficiently. Information on these is shown on the table below.

In addition the Government should also:

  • Use the massive potential of on-shore and off-shore wind energy. Up to 70 terra-watt hours could be produced from wind by 2020 (17 per cent of current electricity production.)
  • Use cleaner technologies to produce electricity from gas and coal. Upgraded, more efficient power plants, burning coal and biomass, could halve carbon dioxide output while supplying the same amount of electricity, whereas new advanced gas plants could be ten per cent more efficient. Gas produces less carbon dioxide per unit of electricity, than coal.

In short these and other measures can reduce UK emissions of carbon dioxide from electricity production by more than 60 per cent by 2020, and reduce the amount of fossil fuels used to make electricity by around 40 per cent, at the same time as closing down all but one of the UK's nuclear power stations. Beyond 2020 there is huge further potential for energy saving and for renewable power generation.

Friends of the Earth is inviting the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, to discuss these solutions, amongst many others for a cleaner and safer future.

Friends of the Earth is also calling for a new law to make the Government legally responsible for cutting carbon dioxide emissions by three per cent each year. See www.thebigask.com

New options for saving or generating electricity- and their potential in 2020


Potential electricity saved or produced in 2020, plus per cent of current electricity production*


Saving expressed as equivalent number of 1000MW nuclear power stations**


Current Government plans


Replace all inefficient light bulbs with new super-efficient LED or compact fluorescent light bulbs


7 TeraWatthours (TWh)


(1.75 per cent)

Almost 1 nuclear power station


No regulatory action to get rid of inefficient bulbs, voluntary action only.


Stop electrical appliances left on stand-by and other low power modes, wasting so much electricity


8 TWh


(2 per cent)

One nuclear power station


The EU is like to legislate on this.


Require efficient motor devices in industry


24 TWh


(6 per cent)

3 nuclear power stations


Only voluntary action is promoted by the Carbon Trust.


Encourage households to produce own electricity through micro-gas boilers, solar panels and micro turbines


18 Twh


(4.5 per cent)

More than two nuclear power stations


Little progress. The Government recently ended programme of grants for solar panels


Produce electricity through tidal lagoons


30 TWh


(7.5 per cent)

Almost 4 nuclear power plants


No significant support.


Further support combined heat and power -generating electricity from heat otherwise wasted


Up to 125 TWh


(31 per cent)

About 15 nuclear power plants


A non-statutory target to generate 10 MW by 2010 but no further target.



* about 400 Twh

** as in Westinghouse's AP1000. Nb. comparing the power and output of electricity generators is difficult because some, e.g. nuclear, generate at an invariable rate while others, e.g. micro-gas boilers, generate different amounts at different times.



Contact details:

Friends of the Earth
26-28 Underwood St.
N1  7JQ

Tel: 020 7490 1555
Fax: 020 7490 0881
Email: info@foe.co.uk
Website: www.foe.co.uk



6) Recycling Liquid Wastes into MagneGas™ 
David B. Hamilton, Special to Future Energy eNews, Dec. 6, 2005, www.usmagnegas.com

The City of Tarpon springs is asking for State Energy funds to clean up sewage and other liquid wastes using the submerged plasma process developed by US Magnegas and using the magnegas to supplement natural gas and natural gas vehicles.  I did a short study at the USDOE during President Clinton's Administration showing that Washington's famous Blue Plains Sewage Treatment plant could process all the sewage in a scalable fashion and provide all their power and send excess gas to at that time PEPCO and that was with only a COP of 3 for heat and gas that can run generators and now they can achieve a COP of 10 by using Coal electrodes and high pressure of about 300 psig.  Furthermore, this fits well with Honda's push for natural gas vehicles with a home compressor (Phil) and a family of 4 could easily heat their home and provide magnegas to the Phil unit and probably also use excess magnegas to run a generator for their electricity.

Much research is needed to make an affordable home waste system, but septic systems seem a perfect fit and some years ago the Hill office buildings were looking for a means to reduce their waste and a linear plasma processor may work, however this could easily offset the GSA heating plants and provide a very clean fuel for vehicles.
There also needs to be a gas and coal to liquids program, as most transportation need a dense power source and if magnegas can be catalytically reduced similar to Fischer-Tropsch liquids, it would compete well with Oil and there would be little need for Foreign oil since magnegas uses wastes as its feed stock.
There is also need to look at advanced nuclear power systems that use harmonics instead of neutrons to break down the nuclear material and extract its charge energy directly instead of heat. This method can also be used to reduce nuclear waste to valuable by products and only politics are holding it back.  These approaches can easily be 90% efficient so there is much less need for heat sink real estate.  There is also interest in off shore nuclear power plants that use the chilled deep water as their heat sink, but one of the direct conversion plants still makes the best sense.
Magnegas™ Fuel is not yet available to individual consumers.
This is a technical web site for distributors, fleet owners, municipalities, farms, ships, corporations and investors seriously committed to control their own future via their production of their own, clean burning, cost competitive fuel from liquid waste feedstocks. The latest 50 Kw MagneGas Recycler is manufactured in Florida, U.S.A. and can produce about 85 Gasoline Gallon Equivalent (or 320 Gasoline Liter Equivalent) of MagneGas per 24 hours day. The understanding of the MagneGas Technology requires the awareness that MagneGas Recyclers eliminate the need for large refineries, fuel transportation over long distances, pipelines, and all that because MagneGas can be produced where needed and when desired. MagneGas is a "gaseous" fuel similar to and interchangeable with Natural Gas.* Therefore, any car, electric generator, stove, etc. operating on Natural Gas (or propane) also works with MagneGas without any structural modification.
The MagneGas combustion exhaust is dramatically cleaner than gasoline exhaust because it has been certified by an EPA accredited automotive laboratory to surpass EPA exhaust requirements without catalytic converter.
For More Information:
A summary of the certification of MagneGas exhaust done by an EPA accredited automotive laboratory in Long Island, New York, with the White Honda Civic depicted below without catalytic converter, while the same car running on Natural Gas and an identical car running on gasoline had the catalytic converter.

FOR TECHNICAL INFORMATION http://www.usmagnegas.com/technology/part5.htm

Contact: Hadronic Press, Inc., 35246 US 19 No. # 215, Palm Harbor, FL 34684, U.S.A, Email: info@magnefuels.com.

*A similar process was presented at COFE in 1999 by David Wallman in which any farm waste was electrified to produce COH2. See IRI's  Proceedings of COFE  - Ed Note

7) 2050 Project Predicts Decentralized Self-Powered Energy


Thomas Valone, adapted from Pathways, Fall, 2005, "Nonlocal Awareness and Visions of the Future" by Daniel Redwood  http://www.pathwaysmag.com/articles.html


Stephan Schwartz is one of the world’s foremost researchers of consciousness, one whose interests and areas of expertise cannot easily be pigeon-holed by category. He has published dozens of scientific papers on topics including remote viewing, creativity, consciousness, intuition, therapeutic intent, as well as earlier works on the history and philosophy of science and on geopolitical and strategic analysis. He is a co-founder of the International Society for Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine and the founding editor-in-chief of Subtle Energies, the society’s peer-reviewed journal. Much of his work can be found on his website, www.schwartzreport.net , updated daily, focused on trends that he considers vital to understanding where human society is headed. Dr. Schwarz hosts an annual Conference on Issues in Consciousness www.schwartzreportconference.com .


Schwartz’ intriguing 2050 Project involved interviews with over 4000 prople, who were guided into a state of nonlocal awareness and asked to project forward to the year 2050 and answer a series of questions about what they saw there. A discussion of remarkable agreement among participants on a wide range of future developments comprises the second half of the interview…of greatest importance to Future Energy readers is the following excerpt:


REDWOOD: What were some of the other areas of agreement among most of the people involved in this 2050 project?


SCHWARTZ: That there has been an energy revolution, that energy is no longer an issue. There’s some decentralized kind of energy. This is the case where even though I was only looking less than a hundred years into the future, the descriptions don’t mean anything to me or anyone else that I have shown them to. All I can say is they describe this thing, that’s probably three feet high and maybe three feet wide, like a big box. There are various sizes of them. They sit either in individual homes or in neighborhoods and they provide power. In 2050, nobody thinks much about power anymore. I can’t tell you what it is. I thought for a while that it was cold fusion, but we don’t know yet whether cold fusion is real. I just don’t understand. They try to describe it to you, but the technology has not yet been invented, the concept is not here yet. People say, “Well, it’s a box.” I said, “Does it get very hot?” thinking there might be something inside the box. They said, “No, it just kind of hums along, and produces power.” So I said, “How does it do that?” and they said, “Well, there are these wires.” The net of it is, there has been an energy revolution, that’s a big one, and also a medical revolution. Most illnesses, most chronic illnesses have disappeared. Multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, the chronic genetic diseases have largely disappeared because they’re engineered out at birth, or at pre-birth.


For More Information:

See the following books by Dr. Schwartz:

  • Mind Rover: Explorations with Remote Viewers
  • Secret Vaults
  • Remote Viewing: The Modern Mental Martial Art

8) Oil industry targets EU climate policy

David Adam in Montreal, December 8, 2005, The Guardian http://www.guardian.co.uk/climatechange/story/0,12374,1661741,00.html

Lobbyists funded by the US oil industry have launched a campaign in Europe aimed at derailing efforts to tackle greenhouse gas pollution and climate change.

Documents obtained by Greenpeace and seen by the Guardian reveal a systematic plan to persuade European business, politicians and the media that the EU should abandon its commitments under the Kyoto protocol, the international agreement that aims to reduce emissions that lead to global warming. The disclosure comes as United Nations climate change talks in Montreal on the future of Kyoto, the first phase of which expires in 2012, enter a critical phase.

The documents, an email and a PowerPoint presentation, describe efforts to establish a European coalition to "challenge the course of the EU's post-2012 agenda". They were written by Chris Horner, a Washington DC lawyer and senior fellow at the rightwing thinktank, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, which has received more than $1.3m (£750,000) funding from the US oil giant Exxon Mobil. Mr Horner also acts for the Cooler Heads Coalition, a group set up "to dispel the myth of global warming".

The PowerPoint document sets out plans to establish a group called the European Sound Climate Policy Coalition. It says: "In the US an informal coalition has helped successfully to avert adoption of a Kyoto-style program. This model should be emulated, as appropriate, to guide similar efforts in Europe."

During the 1990s US oil companies and other corporations funded a group called the Global Climate Coalition, which emphasised uncertainties in climate science and disputed the need to take action. It was disbanded when President Bush pulled the US out of the Kyoto process. Its website now says: "The industry voice on climate change has served its purpose by contributing to a new national approach to global warming."

In January Sir Robert May, the former government chief scientist who stepped down as president of the Royal Society last week, warned in the Guardian that US lobby groups with links to the oil industry were turning their attention to the other side of the Atlantic. He wrote that a "lobby of professional sceptics who opposed action to tackle climate change" were targeting Britain because of its high profile in the debate.

Countries signed up to the Kyoto process have legal commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Oil and energy companies would be affected by these cuts because burning their products produce most emissions.

The PowerPoint document written by Mr Horner appears to be aimed at getting RWE, the German utility company, to join a European coalition of companies to act against Kyoto.

The document says: "The current political realities in Brussels open a window of opportunity to challenge the course of the EU's post-2012 agenda." It adds: "Brussels must openly acknowledge and address them willingly or through third party pressure."

It says industry associations are the "wrong way to do this" but suggests that a cross-industry coalition, of up to six companies each paying €10,000 (£6,700), could "counter the commission's Kyoto agenda". Such a coalition could help steer debate, it says, by targeting journalists and bloggers, as well as attending environmental group events to "share information on opposing viewpoints and tactics".

RWE says it met Mr Horner earlier this year but that they have not taken the idea forward.

In the email, dated January 28 this year, Mr Horner describes Europe as an "opportunity". He says it "would be like Neil Armstrong, it's a developing untapped frontier". He adds: "US companies need someone they can trust, and it's just a den of thieves over there."

Interactive guides
Global warming http://www.guardian.co.uk/flash/0,5860,1267004,00.html
The slowdown of the Gulf Stream http://www.guardian.co.uk/flash/0,5860,1656541,00.html

Special reports
Special report: climate change http://www.guardian.co.uk/climatechange/0,12374,782494,00.html
Special report: G8 http://www.guardian.co.uk/g8/0,13365,967228,00.html

Useful links
IPCC http://www.ipcc.ch/
UN framework convention on climate change http://unfccc.int/2860.php



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