CARBONCOIN – The Green Way To Pay

  Cryptocurrencies-Bitcoin Offshoots:  By now, I’m sure most everyone has heard of Bitcoin and perhaps some of our readers have dabbled a bit in trading and selling the digital currency. After the rise of Bitcoin, there were several new protocols that sprung up taking advantage of this revolutionary open source technology. Before you knew it there were …

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Packing Peanuts to Battery Electrodes

Researchers have shown how to convert waste packing peanuts into high-performance carbon electrodes for rechargeable lithium-ion batteries that outperform conventional graphite electrodes   This article is from a press release and is often just copied as is. I do the same to save time or when there is nothing worthwhile adding. Packing Peanuts to Electrodes …

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Tom Valone and Free Energy

Tom Valone replied by email to one of recent articles. He referred to Simon and myself some of the following references supporting the existence of Zero Point Energy . Tom is well respected in Free Energy circles often speaking at conferences. Before presenting the information from Tom I have a few comments to make regarding some of the …

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Simon Derricut: Free Energy Philosophy

Simon is one of the big reasons why I like coming to this site. His experience, dedication to experiments and philosophy is inspiring. This was a post of Simon’s slightly edited in response to Dave Parker.  I felt this was a great editorial defining the flow of energy and what is the real quest for …

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FreeAire Refrigeration Saves Energy

Canton-based FreeAire Refrigeration uses the power of lower environmental air temperatures to maintain low temperatures inside businesses that need to keep the foods and beverages they sell cold. The company uses a strategy that brings in cold air from outside while cutting energy costs at the same time. This enables compressors to be shut down. …

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The Free Energy Party Updates

We ran a story on the Free Energy Party and Dave Parker earlier in the year. Dave has often become a commentator on our stories. I always want to make sure all points of view, beliefs no matter how different they may be from mine, are welcome and valued. After reading Dave Parker’s latest comment …

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Producing Energy with the Leidenfrost Effect

Research proposes a new kind of engine for producing energy based on the Leidenfrost effect—a phenomenon which happens when a liquid comes into near contact with a surface much hotter than its boiling point. This effect is commonly seen in the way water appears to skitter across the surface of a hot pan, but it …

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Ocean to Generate Zero-Emission Electricity

Australia Uses the Motion of the Ocean to Generate Zero-Emission Electricity and Desalinate Water Simultaneously Wave powered devices have never quite lived up to expectations. The logic of using wave energy is very powerful given this form of energy production does not suffer the fluctuations of wind and solar. However the logistics of deploying equipment …

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Gerard Morin’s Free Energy Delusion

Kudos for the commitment, passion and efforts. However this is another sad tale of mis-measurement, and a real lack of understanding of what is really going on. PESWIKI reported recently under the heading “Gerard Morin: Self-loop generator video pending” From: Gerard Morin, To: Sterling Allan, Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 10:26 PM Hi Sterling, Things are progressing …

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New 3D Printing Technique

Out of North Carolina University comes a high resolution 3 d printer with game changing speeds. Game-Changing Speed While speed is dependent on various factors, traditional 3D printing takes hours or even days to finish. CLIP is 25 to 100 times faster. To the left  is a head-to-head comparison* of producing a 51mm diameter complex object …

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Aura Systems Axially Symmetric Induction Generator

Auragen – New Generator Concept! An anonymous source tipped me off to a company based out of Atlanta, GA as well as Los Angeles, CA. They are manufacturing a new generator concept that both improves efficiency but is also designed to attached to a vehicle engine and output it’s max power rating when the engine …

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Utilities: Will they adapt?

SolarCity moves to ‘run the grid‘ with new microgrid service. SolarCity, the nation’s largest solar panel installer, announced  that it will offer a microgrid product to enhance electricity reliability in municipalities, remote communities, hospitals, and other similar locations.SolarCity’s “microgrid-as-a-service” model, called GridLogic, combines the installer’s solar panels with its expertise in grid interconnection, energy storage, and controlling software. …

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Every so often we will be displaying crowdfunding campaigns that show potential to make it big. For starters, Mark Dansie has met a group that stands to make it big in the game technology arena. Check out Mad Genius Controller's campaign here.