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Archive for June 3rd, 2008

USPS Flex Fuel Vehicles Lowered Fuel Efficiency

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

And they had such high hopes this would work out to save a lot of money and help resolve pollution.

“The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) tried to do the right thing, buying more than 30,000 American-made flex fuel vehicles capable of running on ethanol. However, the vehicles, purchase from 1998 to 2003, ended up decreasing overall fuel efficiency by 29% and increasing gasoline consumption by 1.5 million gallons, according to a USPS study.” – Source

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Engine Runs With Water

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

These things are popping up all over the place.

“Thanks to one local high school senior’s invention, we may one day find relief at the pump. The Alden Conger senior just received international awards for his work. His invention could lower your fuel bills by 30%. He built a battery-powered device that can actually turn water into energy and lower the amount of gas you need by about 23%. Soli’s invention attaches to your motor and uses both hydrogen and oxygen for energy. So far, he’s only tested his invention on lawn mower engines that don’t move. He plans to test it on moving engines, and then in cars. He and four friends re-designed the engine and design of a car so it gets 866 miles to the gallon! The car isn’t safe for the road, but the combination of that engine, Soli’s invention, and a safer frame could revolutionize the way we drive.” – Source

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Cisco Unveils Star Wars-esque Hologram Communication

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

Would love to see this live.

“Cisco has unveiled and demonstrated their new On-Stage TelePresence Holographic Video Conferencing. In layman’s terms, it means that now you can actually do that thing they do in Star Wars when they talk to a Princess Leia hologram, and I have to say, it looks quite convincing… The video is pretty boring except for the fact that it’s a guy on stage talking to two holograms of people who are in other countries. In fact, they look so realistic that it took me a while to figure out that they were holograms. I kept advancing the video to look for the hologram part. So I think that’s proof-positive that this is fully legit.” – Source

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Spiteri Water Pump, a fuel-free, electricity-generating machine

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

Great for anyone living where there are tides or water flowing.

“The Spiteri Water Pump, a fuel-free, electricity-generating machine, walked away with the national prize during an awards ceremony held at the European Parliament in Brussels. Developed by Joe Spiteri Sargent, the machine operates under a water surface and harnesses latent hydrostatic energy naturally present in a body of water, transferring it to produce an artificial waterfall to produce electricity via a hydro-electric power system. According to Mr Spiteri Sargent, the main benefits of this innovative product are that it has very low running costs and operates without the use of consumables. Furthermore, it can be placed in any water body in the world and produces energy 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are no emissions from this energy transfer process.” – Source

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The Costanza Energy Policy: 25 Ways to Drive Oil to $150

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

So much for think tanks to assist policy makers.

“On last night’s Kudlow & Co., I discussed how absurd US energy policy is. The United States is heavily dependent on fossil fuels (>80%), most of which come from places we would rather not send our money to. We consume 26% of the world’s energy, with only 3% of the world’s known oil reserves. It turns out that for the past 3 decades, we’ve had a George Costanza Energy policy — every decision we have made as a country has worked to drive energy prices higher. Had we made the opposite decisions, Crude Oil prices would be much lower than they are today ($130.17 as I type this). What follows is a list of energy-related policies of the United States. On many of these, I have no opinion — but I wanted to list as many as I could to demonstrate why Oil is where it is.” – Source

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E-Fuel

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

Love personal refueling stations but a shame its only for ethanol.

“Thomas Quinn, who patented Nintendo’s Wii motion sensor technology, has a new invention that should allow drivers to fill up their cars at home instead of at the petrol station – and at much lower cost. In partnership with backyard fuel expert Floyd Butterfield, Quinn has launched a new company to sell the E-Fuel 100 MicroFueler – a home ethanol plant that’s about the size of a laundrette clothes dryer – designed to top up your tank before you leave the house for about 50p per gallon. The MicroFueler is both a pump station and an ethanol distiller reduced to an appliance-sized unit. The pump operation has the same user-friendly LCD interface found at most gas stations. This remarkable product uses micro sensors and state-of-the-art membrane technology, which keeps the unit size small and combustion free. And to further simplify the distillation process for consumers, the MicroFueler uses sugar instead of starches, which cuts the distillation period considerably. To operate simply load EFuel100 feedstock (table sugar with ethanol yeast mix) into the fermentation tank and select the fermentation option on the control panel to begin the process. It will take between 10lbs to 14lbs of sugar to produce 1 gallon of ethanol. The MicroFueler is capable of producing 5 gallons of ethanol per day once fermentation is complete.” – Source

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More wealth, more meat. How China’s rise spells trouble

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

Whatever happened to population control? Failure to do so will lead to famine, drought, war, pestilence and even natural disasters to cut back over breeding.

“”This is the end of self-sufficiency for China,” says James Rice, chief of China operations for Tyson Foods, the world’s biggest meat producer. “This year will be the last in which China produces enough corn for itself, and the last that it is self-sufficient in protein.” He predicts China will be importing $4.5bn (£2.27bn) worth of protein by 2010. “Whenever China goes from being a net exporter to a net importer of anything, it has a big impact on global prices. Just look at oil. The $40 per barrel price popped just when China started buying.” Nothing symbolises change more than meat. The world’s most populous nation is becoming more carnivorous. In 1980, when the population was still under one billion, the average Chinese person ate 20kg (44lbs) of meat; last year, with an extra 300 million people, it was 54kg. The country as a whole now chomps through more than 60m tonnes of meat a year, roughly equivalent to 240 million cows, or 600 million pigs, or 24 billion chickens. It is a worldwide trend that is taking grain away from the world’s poor. The consumption of meat in developing countries is rising by more than 5% a year. To produce a kilogram of beef farmers need 8kg of feed; for pork about 6kg; for chicken 2kg. Worldwide, 700m tonnes of grain are needed to fatten animals each year. Beijing insists China is not a major contributor to global food price inflation. Many analysts agree. China boasts an impressive degree of food self-sufficiency, particularly given it must feed more than one-fifth of the world’s people on less than 10% of the arable land. On average Americans eat 129% more meat than the Chinese; Europeans consume 83% more. But in China’s case the fear is not of individual consumption, but of the multiples of scale and speed of 1.3 billion people growing richer at a rate of more than 10% a year.” – Source

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Miles to Go

Posted by keelynet on June 3, 2008

It’s amazing how slow companies and the government are to move to clearly improve things. I saw a news segment on TV saying car companies make about $11,000 profit on pickup trucks but only about $1500 profit on compact and fuel saving cars.

“Wouldn’t it be great if you could drive a car that gets 50 miles per gallon? Well, you can. Just hop on a plane and fly to Europe, where all new cars average 43mpg, or Japan, where the average hits 50mpg. Here in the United States, we’re stuck at 25mpg in our considerably larger and more powerful cars, trucks and SUVs. So why can’t we do better? Here’s the dirty little secret: we can. “If you want better fuel economy, it’s just a question of when auto companies want to do it and when consumers decide they want to buy it,” says Don Hillebrand, a former Chrysler engineer who is now director of transportation research for Argonne National Labs. “Auto companies can deliver it within a year.” – Source

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