Affiliate professor Dr. George Miley at the University of Illinois, a respected cold fusion researcher, was one of the participants in an American Chemical Society conference symposium on cold fusion. Dr. Miley suggested there that Andrea Rossi may be on the right track with his E-Cat LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction) device because of similarities […]

In what some in watching economics might consider a private sector resurgence in an economic recovery, the U.S. is increasing oil production and next week will restart mining rare earth minerals after a long absence. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) is reporting U.S. daily crude oil production was 5.891 million barrels of oil per […]

DC Wiring for the Home

October 20, 2011 | 4 Comments

The Brits are first with a DC (Direct Current) system for the home.  It’s time and welcome.  It should become an international standard as soon as possible. The energy losses from converting alternating current (AC) of the grid to DC can be up to 45 percent. Most small electronic devices run on, or with converted […]

Back in August we looked at the world’s leading oil discovery firm, Statoil, out of Norway and its new field.  Statoil confirmed their new oil field would be a giant that at that date would be a 500 million to 1.2 billion recoverable barrel field.  That’s changed now, and for western hemisphere consumers, great news. […]

Ammonia For Fuel Update

October 18, 2011 | 6 Comments

The 8th Annual NH3 Fuel Conference held back in September has some interesting results worth a look and some thought.  So far, Brian Wang at NextBigFuture has a write up with long quotes and some good links to set up a post.  The prize though is “Nuclear Ammonia – A Sustainable Nuclear Renaissance’s ‘Killer Ap’” […]

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