Thomas Valone writes: Greetings!
are happy to promote the Breakthrough Energy Movement (www.globalBEM.com ) for their
efforts in gathering some of the best and brightest minds in breakthrough
energy for the upcoming conference to be held October 10-12, 2013 at
the University of Boulder, CO. I'll also be there presenting on the latest
outlook for Future Energy, just as Gravitoelectromagnetic Theories and Their
Applications has been released by Nova Publishers (I contributed two
articles on Electrogravitics which tell a lot about T. Townsend Brown and the
science of electrogravitics). It's a hardcover text with a 10% discount for
Research Institute has also initiated a new project in the Future Energy
program arena to help support the President's "Power Africa Initiative" (see Story #6)
which is envisioned to coordinate with a distribution organization for
IRI-designed, Solar-Rechargable LED Lighting. We invite you to donate to help IRI in
this worthy endeavor with a tax-deductible donation. Also, please
visit www.ONE.org to sign a petition to help end
first story and fourth story both relate to electric cars. Story #1
describes an inexpensive "water-based" battery which promises to
triple the electric vehicle range at a fraction of the cost which has some big
names backing the research. Story #4 relates to the new type of fuel cell which
has a solid oxide developed at the University of Maryland, just down the street
from IRI. It promises a two-year payback and a high energy density of 2 W/cm.
As FE eNews reports on more and more of these battery improvements, it is no
wonder that the future looks bright for electric vehicles.
Story #2 from Stanford University provides another bioelectromagnetics study
which proves that "inducing electric currents at sites of injury could
improve wound healing therapies". Of course, this bioenergetics principle
of providing electronic antioxidants at a site of free radical damage
is explained in my book, Bioelectromagnetic Healing, for those
unacquainted with this powerful discovery. It is also one of the two main
reasons for all of our Bioelectric Products, including Colloidal
Silver, the new EM Pulser, the Premier Jr and our patent-pending Antioxidant
Electric Clothes. The second reason is to restore the electric potential and
conductivity across the wound site, while literally electrocuting viruses
and bacteria, which is what the best Colloidal Silver by Silver Biotics with
98.6% bioavailability will do, as well as for example, the silver-impregnated
bandages by www.silverlon.com . In a related article,
Story #5 describes using electric medicine with implants for stimulating nerves
to regulate rheumatoid arthritis with electric impulses for infrequent
stimulation instead of drugs.
but not least, Story #3 is one of my favorite topics, one which is a dominant
theme at every www.PowerMEMs.org conference each
year:energy harvesting. Starting with low power applications, it is expected
that energy harvesting ("free energy") will grow at least 51% per
year. Eventually, we predict that arrays of small energy harvesting circuits
will allow the power generation to grow as well, such as my Proposed Zero Bias Diode Array or Prof.
Dagenais' infrared nanoantenna (rectenna) arrays. Check out the
Yole Developpement report and their projected graph of the "energy
harvesting module market" through 2017. It's pretty exciting that free
energy will become mainstream very soon, by popular demand.
Valone, PhD, PE.
Source: IRI - Future Energy eNews - September 2013