This month we are featuring our latest release,
Electrostatic Motors: Their
History, Types and Principles of Operation by the late Professor
Olef Jefimenko to whom we are indebted for permission to reprint this
one-of-a-kind reference book...and what better way to describe the book but by
offering a reprint from Popular Science magazine?
The second article is
a valuable insight into a trend in physics, funded by DARPA, to bring quantum
mechanics into mainstream macroscopic reality for the purposes of energy
exchange using light. It is also intriguing since it mentions "zero-point
energy, which gives an object residual motion even in its ground state." IRI
predicts that the time will come when this residual energy and its corresponding
negative energy states will be utilized by mankind.
The third and fourth articles emphasize how electric battery and fuel cell
technology are growing by leaps and bounds. The A123 company that makes the
KillaCycle batteries is one of the fastest growing battery companies because of
their unique energy density product (ticker: "AONE") that powers the
fastest-accelerating motorcycle (0 to 60 mph in one second!).
Tesla continues to influence the progress of energy and transportation even
today in our last story with his difference engine that has been ignored until
now. Toyota recognizes Tesla's ingenius design of a three magnetic phase motor
that produces enough torque to obviate the need for rare-earth magnets that are
becoming rare and expensive.
Thomas Valone, PhD,
Read newsletter here: Future Energy eNews - Apr 2011