Tiny Step Toward New Energy Source

Frontier scientists write papers explaining that they aren’t violating any fundamental law of thermodynamics if they tap into a previously-unrecognized source of energy such as “the zero point quantum fluctuations of space.” This winter, Professor Garret Moddel and his lab team at the University of Colorado at Boulder proved it’s possible to extract energy from… Continue reading Tiny Step Toward New Energy Source

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Tempted to Reply on Graffiti Wall

The urge to scrawl graffiti on a wall was given free reign one time in my city. The new Innovation Building downtown invited passersby to grab a chalk and write on a wall—to suggest actions that create sustainability. After someone wrote “get a Tesla,” I couldn’t resist adding my own hurried comment. What would you… Continue reading Tempted to Reply on Graffiti Wall

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Bedini Shares Crystal Power Device

During the 2010 Renaissance Free Energy Conference in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, John Bedini demonstrated how to make a fist-sized ion-transferring crystal power cell that lights up L.E.D.s (light-emitting diodes) bright enough to read by. All you need to do to keep it working is to occasionally top it up with water. Ingredients include ordinary borax… Continue reading Bedini Shares Crystal Power Device

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