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Archive for April 13th, 2008

Hybrid Generator Uses 75% Water and Only 25% Gas

Posted by keelynet on April 13, 2008

I don’t have any other information on the claims of this company but there is a lot of information about using vapor and even surfactants (soap) to allow mixing water with fuel.

“Xynergy Corporation, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: XYNG) announced today it has developed a working generator that utilizes 75% water, and just 25% gas, thereby reducing the fossil fuel requirements of many engines. Company management believes this new technology will be able to retrofit a multitude of gas engines, including engines for the boating and automotive industry, as well as generators used to power business and households. By creating power supply with just a quarter of the gas used in typical engines, management anticipates that the end user will see a decrease in 75% of its fueling costs. The Company has not yet determined the retail price of the unit. It does expect to have several models available for a variety of uses and power requirements. The Company expects to announce the date in which it will demonstrate the generator to select investors and media in the coming days, and will video record the generator in action, working in several applications. The video will be streamed on its website for the public to witness.” – Source

Some additional information about the early Gunnerman surfactant process;

“The following is a copy of a patent which claims to reveal how to run an internal combustion engine on a mix of as much as 70% water and 30% combustible liquid fuel. The document also reports on the use of metal catalysts as well as the use of a surfactant to reduce the surface tension in both the water and the combustible fuel which would allow them to freely mix.

As Dan York points out, a good explanation of surface tension is when you put a drop of water on a table and it beads without pooling into a flat puddle.

Surface Tension is what holds it into the spherical shape. With the addition of a surfactant (detergent), the surface tension is reduced and the water flows out flat onto the table. This is how laundry soaps can allow water to freely penetrate into clothing for a ‘cleaner clean’.

Surface tension is also what allows a needle to float on water. The combustible fuel (gasoline, etc.) is exploded by the high voltage spark, which helps to crack the water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen which are in turn exploded to not only give a cleaner burn but also to add considerable thrust to the piston.”


An aqueous fuel for an internal combustion engine is provided. The fuel comprises water from about 20 per cent to about 80 percent by volume of the total volume of said fuel, and a carbonaceous fuel selected from the class consisting-of ethanol, methanol, gasoline, kerosine fuel, diesel fuel, carbon-containing gaseous or liquid fuel, or mixtures thereof. A method for combusting an aqueous mix in an internal combustion engine is provided.

The method produces approximately as much power as the same volume of gasoline. The method comprises introducing air and aqueous fuel into a fuel introduction system for the engine. The fuel comprises water from about 20 percent to about 80 percent by volume of the total volume of the fuel, and a carbonaceous fuel from ethanol, methanol, gasoline, kerosine fuel, diesel fuel, carbon containing gaseous or liquid fuel, or mixtures thereof, and introducing and combusting said air/fuel mixture in a combustion chamber or chambers in the presence of a hydrogen producing catalyst to operate the engine.

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Priorities in Mexico

Posted by keelynet on April 13, 2008

A small anecdote that gives a bit of insight into Mexican culture and thinking…

Miguel is a friend who works for a furniture moving company. At the time of the accident I am about to describe, he was unmarried but dating a schoolteacher who he planned to marry.

One day several years ago he stopped by my house for a visit. As I reached out to shake his hand, he kind of flinched and pulled back in pain. He pointed out his middle finger which was slightly bent and looked to me as if it had been jammed.

He said a heavy piece of furniture had hit his outstretched fingers and he was in pain. I asked if he’d had it x-rayed to see if it was a bone break or fracture. He said no, that it was just a bruise and would be okay.

I told him he needed to get that looked at as soon as possible because a break or fracture could heal stiff and make his finger or even hand unusable, but he refused to listen.

Sure enough, over the next few months, it did heal up stiff and though he can still grab things, he doesn’t have the force he had because of this accident and which he refused to have looked at due to his macho pride. Miguel is now married with a baby daughter and his wife is due for their second child, but his finger never healed properly and he I notice he is careful with that hand.

This little event came to mind yesterday when I stopped in at a favorite bar for a michelada. I knew several of the mexican customers and a gringo friend was there as well as the bar owner who I’ve known for several years. The owner is a great guy, well respected and has a wonderful family. He walked by, said hello and we chatted a bit. I noticed his middle finger was horribly bent and swollen. I asked him if he was in pain and he said yes.

So what happened? He said he was riding a horse (he has a ranch) and got thrown which damaged his hand. For the month involving Semana Santa (Holy Week) he planned to take the family to Cancun so didn’t want to have to deal with this finger problem. He didn’t consult a doctor for fear he would be given medicine and told he could not drink. Off the family goes for a month where he still didn’t see a doctor. Result, swollen and bent finger and I don’t think he has yet gone for medical help.

It’s not like he doesn’t have the money, but it just blew me away that it was more important to him to be able to drink on that vacation than to repair a damaged finger that might heal stiff or useless or even worse.

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Radio Interviews with Adam Trombly

Posted by keelynet on April 13, 2008

Fascinating interview from a pioneer in alternative energy generation.

“Adam continued his research into new energy technologies with colleague David Farnsworth. In June, 1989, in New York City, Trombly and Farnsworth physically demonstrated a small solid state electrical transformer that measurably showed an efficiency of 54:1. Adam then walked down the street to the United Nations to give an address. From the point of view of one who witnessed this event firsthand, I can’t believe the entire world didn’t change as a result. One of the reasons I asked Adam if I could write this piece is because it is now ten* years later and the American people, in particular, have still not gotten the message that there is an entirely new and benign option to the current death spiral of humanity. As the result of ignoring the opportunity that was presented on that day in 1989, the world still suffers under the tyranny of fossil fuels and a global power structure which seems bent on the eradication of all species.” Adam: I received a gag order in 1983 about two weeks after one of my main mentor’s, R. Buckminster Fuller died. So I received a gag order saying that I couldn’t talk about or disclose any aspect of my first invention which the government had nothing to do with, financing and it wasn’t made under government contract.” – Source

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Families throw away around one third of all the food they buy

Posted by keelynet on April 13, 2008

With all the people starving in the world, we should be ashamed of ourselves. I know for myself, its because I buy too many at one time and can’t eat them fast enough. Totally stupid since Pedro drives his fruit truck by everyday with fresh fruits and markets here always have fresh veggies and fruits. So a key thing is to buy just what you need for a day or two and not a bag that will wind up spoiled.

“In total, 6.7million tons of food that was once perfectly good to eat is dumped, 40 per cent of it fruit and vegetables. The amount of money spent on this uneaten food adds up to £3billion a year. Now Government waste experts are advising shoppers to keep fresh produce in the fridge, rather than the fruit bowl or larder, to extend its life. They surveyed some 2,100 householders, going through their bins to discover exactly what families are throwing out. Sales of fruit and vegetables have risen in recent years, not least because of the Government’s advice to eat five portions a day. The mountain of tempting produce carted away from the big stores has been boosted by promotions such as “two-for-one” deals. Unfortunately, however, millions of Britons fail to eat much of the produce they buy before it goes off.” – Source

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Cleaning ‘improves mental health’

Posted by keelynet on April 13, 2008

I think there is much to this because when I put in sweat equity for household chores or completed projects, or just getting ‘something’ done for the day, it makes me feel good.

“Working up a sweat while performing household chores may not just improve the cleanliness of your home, but your mental health too, a survey suggests. Just 20 minutes of sustained exercise a week – from cleaning to jogging – can impact upon depression, the British Journal of Sports Medicine study found.” – Source

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