Everbody talking bout Nanotechnology and Free Energy
Date: Thursday, September 01, 2005 @ 21:17:48 GMT
Topic: Testimonials


Gary Voss writes: Abstract from conference suggest energy breakthrough. Lets explore.
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In light of repeating oil supply disruptions and emerging environmental pressures, the international energy industry and scientific community are looking to non-conventional solutions to confront our ongoing energy security concerns. Energy is not just a critical concern to the United States, but also a global one. Among the most important technical challenges facing the world in the 21st century is providing clean, affordable energy, whose supply is sustainable and universally available.

A solution to the global energy problem will require revolutionary new technology, as well as conservation and evolutionary improvements in existing technologies. Advancement of nanotechnology solutions can be an integral component to solving the energy problem. Breakthroughs in nanotechnology open up the possibility of moving beyond our current alte! rnatives for energy supply by introducing technologies that are more efficient, inexpensive, and environmentally sound. The benefits of such technology will not be confined to the United States or the developed world; indeed, its impact will be greatest for the 1.6 billion individuals around the globe, most specifically the poor, who lack access to electricity and other vital energy services. Sponsored by the James A. Baker III Institute of Rice University, the Rice University Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST), the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship, and the Rice Environmental and Energy Systems Institute (EESI).

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Baker Energy Forum - Kenneth B. Medlock III
... a Research Fellow in Energy Studies at the James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy and Lecturer ... Anderson Fellowship at the James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy ...
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