Gravitational waves may oscillate, just like neutrinos

    I thought it timely given the debate in our comments section to run a story on Gravity and one of the latest theories. Perhaps wayne may care to comment on how this relates to his theories on how gravity works? Using data from the first-ever gravitational waves...
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    The PLIMP airship

    With the lift of a plane, with the control of a helicopter and the buoyancy of a blimp,  you have the  PLIMP Airship. A patented plane-blimp hybrid, the PLIMP Airship features dynamic wings―enabling it to hover, dip, ascend, bank, or spin. I really like this concept...
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    Novel lithium electrodes coated with indium could be the basis for more powerful, longer-lasting, rechargeable batteries.

    I am back from my break. Many thanks to Agcat, Andre and Simon for posting some fascinating technology stories. I will start with a battery story (I can hear the groans already)  Agcat is nearly 80 years old and I hope to have a mind as active as his at that age. The...
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    3D-Printed Alloys Could Lead To Lighter Planes That Fly Further

    Thank you Agcat for this story. I updated it with a video (thanks CTTT) Editors Note:  Lighter aircraft and other products through 3D metal printing.  This has been expected for many years, now it arrives, will our products we use cost less from this advance? - Agcat...
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    Physicists Make Major Breakthrough On Einstein’s Photoelectric Effect

    Editors Note:  Eienstein, experts are working on his theories still and finding juicy items of interest - Agcat Physicists Make Major Breakthrough On Einstein's Photoelectric Effect - On Einstein's Photoelectric Effect - When Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize in...
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    Japanese Scientists Aim To Turn Ocean Wave Energy Into Electricity – Ocean Power Turbines

    Editors Note:  a lot of articles have appeared over the years about under ocean surface, wave turbines harnessing the power of the ocean waves and tides.  Take a look - Agcat Japanese Scientists Aim To Turn Ocean Wave Energy Into Electricity - Sept. - Ocean Power...
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    Cassini: gone down in a blaze of glory

    Cassini was one of the most remarkable scientific missions

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    Scientists Create Synthetic Muscle That Can Lift 1,000 Times Its Own Weight

    3D printing used to create a rubber like the rubber-like synthetic muscle that expands and contracts like its biological counterpart. Creatin more human like robots is predicted to be possible.

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    Nano Discovery Could Halt Counterfeiters

    Will this stop the fake money business of crooks?  Time will tell.  Nothing to date has stopped making false currency,  Counterfeiters have always been very resourceful in the past, let’s see what they do with this challenge?

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    The ‘Tesla of Buses’ Just Set A Range Record That Could Spell The End For Diesel Buses

    The ‘Tesla of Buses’ Just Set A Range Record That Could Spell The End For Diesel Buses – Tesla of Buses-just-set-range-record-spell-end-diesel-buses/

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    Self-Healing Catalysts Make It Easier To Store Solar Energy With Water

    Self-Healing Catalysts Make It Easier To Store Solar Energy With Water – self-healing-catalysts-make-easier-store-solar-energy-water

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    Step Towards Better ‘Beyond Lithium’ Batteries – Lithium Batteries Have They Been Superseded?

    ep Towards Better ‘Beyond Lithium’ Batteries – Lithium Batteries Have Been Superceded? – Revolution-Green
    Slug preview:revolution-green.com/step-towards-better-beyond-lithium-batteries-lithium-batteries-ca lithium batteries be superseded?

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    A New Microscope Can Quickly Generate 3D Images Of Living Organisms

    A New Microscope Can Quickly Generate 3D Images Of Living Organisms – new-microscope-can-quickly-generate-3d-images-living-organisms making life like views possible

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    Scientists May Be Able To Discover New Drugs By “Challenging” Organisms With Clusters Of Random Chemistry

    Scientists May Be Able To Discover New Drugs By “Challenging” Organisms With Clusters Of Random Chemistry – scientists-may-able-discover-new-drugs-challenging-organisms-clusters-new forms of sorting out DNA info

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    A Chip That Saves Optic Data As Sound Waves – New Use For Sound

    A Chip That Saves Optic Data As Sound Waves – New Use For Sound /chip-saves-optic-data-sound-waves-new-use-for-sound/

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    DARPA: Energy Harvesting

      Earlier last week i wrote an article about a company called Nanoholdings. (link) In this article I described various applications they were working on that involved Nano-Films. A friend of mine pointed me to some news on a similar project that's being worked by...

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    110 MPG V-8 Ignored by the DOE

     Douglas Pelmear, the owner and chief engineer of HP2g in Ohio has announced that he will be forced to close down his operations due to the lack of funding and interest. Douglas has appeared on the NBC's Morning Show and was subsequently invited to the White House...

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    Hoogerhyde Magnetic Force Engine

    Last Friday, we had the privilege of speaking to Calvin Hoogerhyde of  Alba, Michigan. Calvin has achieved something that no other magnet motor inventor has yet to claim. He has patents! Not just patent applications; but real US and International patents for what he...

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    Ronald Ace Solar Trap Technology in the Mainstream

    The Miami Herald posted a headline article on an astounding claim by Maryland resident Ronald Ace that caught my eye. Mr. Ace claims that he has made a discovery in solar technology that could transform the world of energy. Ace claims to have developed a flat panel solar apparatus that acts as a solar trap. His claims are just an idea on paper and he won’t reveal his secrets until someone invest the money to produce his idea. This is a major road-block to bringing his ideas to reality; but many believe he may just have the real deal.

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    Free Energy By Simon Derricutt

    Free Energy by Simon Derricutt I suppose I was around 12 years old when I built my first “free energy” device. An aerial wire, a coil, a variable capacitor, a diode and a crystal earpiece. I could listen to the BBC's Third Program using it. At Droitwich there was a...

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    Latest News on Rossi and LENR

    Revolution-Green.com has  good relationship with Frank Ackland, the owner/author  of www.E-Catworld.com. Frank provides, in my opinion, the best and most objective forum for discussing and following the latest news on LENR. We will be following Frank's highlights from...

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