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Archive for June 7th, 2008

Inventor uses hydrogen to improve gas mileage

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

They just keep coming. Hydrogen made from water and mixed with gas to increase mileage and decrease pollution. How long before these are available in every car or truck made?

“Ed Hula is a football coach in Buffalo, and a former science teacher. “We’ve got to do something to help one another out, because the middle and lower class people are really feeling the bite of the gas prices right now,” said Hula. So, after a trial and error, and testing a few prototypes on his own vehicles, Hula came up with what he calls the hydrogen-assist generator. “We’ve got stainless steel plates in here, and when you conduct electricity through them stainless steel plates, it takes them molecules — you got two molecules of hydrogen and one oxygen — and it takes and separates them into gas,” he said. Hula says burning the gas created through this process, called electrolysis, can give your car better gas mileage. He’s started a business and hooked up his generator to about 30 vehicles so far. His customers have reported between 28 percent and 72 percent better gas mileage. Jim Lister is a former mechanic who stands behind Hula’s generator. “I’ve only had mine on about 100 miles, but I just checked the gas mileage this morning and I got 5.1 miles per gallon better than what I was, plus I have more power,” said Lister. Rick Hughlett, owner of Rick’s Automotive in Springfield, says the hydrogen-assist generator could work, but the additional gases in the system could confuse a vehicle’s oxygen sensor and make the car use more gas. “That oxygen sensor is always trying to find 14.7-to-1 air/fuel ratio,” said Hughlett. Hydrogen is highly flammable but Hula says his generator is just as safe or safer than the gas in your car. Hula is selling his hydrogen-assist generators for $600. / What’s more, he is selling his generators for only $600 each, plus tax, whereas the cheapest one he has seen on the Internet sells for $1,200. He said he has sold approximately 25 generators to area residents, and reports from those purchases have been favorable. These are on all kinds of vehicles, and one buyer is even trying the idea on diesel generators that generate electricity for a chicken operation. He feels that he has perfected what he calls the hydrogen-assist generator, and has formed a corporation called Hydrogen Assist Enterprises LLC. Those interested in further information can call his business phone number at (417) 993-1111. / (Details and more for a similar DIY conversion in this $15 ebook – JWD)” – Source


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Gas-saving tips – fact or fiction?

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

Take the test.

“Gas prices got you down? At roughly $4 a gallon, many people are desperately trying to squeeze more miles out of each drop. The best ways are usually the most obvious: reduce your load, resist the urge to drive aggressively, and cut the number of trips you make, for starters. However, there are some unusual tips that might surprise you. Take our short quiz, and find out which tips are true energy savers and which are merely gas station myths.” – Source

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Don’t overlook downside of using nuclear power

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

Well, yes and no. I think there are ways to better control reactors to prevent explosions from attacks or human/machine failure and there are ways to convert radioactive elements to inert elements in order to clean up toxic waste.

“Deputy Science Technology and Innovations Minister Fadillah Yusof said that with the present energy crisis and the increase in greenhouse gases, Malaysia was ready to harness nuclear power for its electricity needs. In our frantic bid to curb global warming, we tend to overlook the downside of nuclear power generation. The Chernobyl and Three Mile Island disasters in Russia and the US respectively are often argued as one-offs, but what is never highlighted are the smaller nuclear accidents that occur alarmingly on a regular basis at the world’s numerous power plants. Nuclear power plants and nuclear waste would be potential targets for terrorist attacks and if such attacks were to transpire, it would be catastrophic for the whole world. It takes many years to plan and build a new nuclear power station. The irony of the matter is that uranium (the base element) is a depleting source of energy and may be used up in the next four to five decades, after which we would be left high and dry. It is certainly not a sustainable source of energy. And just what are you going to do with the extremely toxic nuclear waste that would be produced? Experts tell us that its extreme toxicity remains for over 10,000 years. How would you prevent a potentially cataclysmic environmental contamination disaster? Bury it deep into the earth? But it would still be open for future warmongers to dig up to make bombs because the technology to make bombs is closely related to that of generating energy. We should explore other options of energy production through renewable sources.” – Source

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How to kick the carbon habit?

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

Sounds like a plan to try, no one seems to have an all encompassing solution yet.

“In 2007, the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, a key component in regulating the Earth’s climate, passed 382 parts per million (ppm). It has never risen above 300 ppm over the past half-million years. Many scientists are certain that as the figure rises Mankind is edging closer to triggering runaway climate change, a catastrophe that could last hundreds of years and our descendants would be powerless to stop. According to the report “State of the World 2008–Innovations for a Sustainable Economy” released by the World watch Institute earlier this year, the first step in establishing the viability of a climate-safe energy strategy is assessing the available resources and the potential role they might play. A global assessment by the McKinsey Global Institute shows that the greatest potential is in buildings, the most basic element of the energy economy, which could be improved with better insulation, more-efficient lighting and better appliances. On the supply side, one of the low-carbon energy sources receiving much attention these days is nuclear power, which already plays a major role in some countries. Taken as a largely carbon-free energy source that could in theory help phase out fossil fuels, more than 300 nuclear plants currently provide 15 percent of the world’s electricity. To seriously de-carbonize the current energy economy, the greatest challenge perhaps lies in how to integrate the new energy resources into the existing energy infrastructure that was designed around fossil fuels. the World watch Institute recommends a combination of three strategies: add local generating capacity using micro turbines and fuel cells; move to digital “smart” grids that are more flexible in their ability to balance demand and supply; and develop the capacity to store energy economically. A “smart” power grid could respond in real time to decisions made by users. For instance, it could lower the electricity supply when the customer is not at home, and it could also allow unneeded devices to be turned off when electricity prices are high or renewable resources are not available. The new generation of micro-power generators, such as fuel cells, could further aid the “smart” electricity grids. In Japan, many families are generating electricity with solar cells which send power to the local grids and draw from them at the same time.” – Source

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Cooling Cities with water

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

Great if you live near a body of water. The do this for many houses these days with tubes underground that exchange air for a more or less constant 68 degrees F.

“In a time of rising energy costs and efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, it makes sense to take a serious look at alternatives to traditional fossil fuel sources of energy. One of those alternatives for Milwaukee could be to find a way to use Lake Michigan’s waters to cool downtown. Toronto, another Great Lakes city, uses such a system. Built four years ago at a cost of about $128 million (in U.S. dollars), the system relies on three pipes that extend about three miles into Lake Ontario. The pipes suck cool water from a depth of about 300 feet, saving Toronto enough electricity each year to power 4,200 homes and reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and other pollutants, according to estimates from the builder. Nor is the concept new here. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee draws Lake Michigan water to help cool campus buildings, although the school uses a different system from the one built in Toronto. Lake Michigan is shallower than Lake Ontario close to shore, Milwaukee doesn’t have the same access to deep cool water. Building such a system could be prohibitively expensive and may not work.” – Source

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U.S. Oil Independence; Not:

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

Too much ‘governing’ screws everything up.

“Way, way back in ancient times, all the way back to 1973, the members of OPEC threw the U.S. into a recession by establishing an oil embargo. In other words, they cut us off from their oil and the U.S. suffered its first fuel shortage since the end of WWII. Richard Nixon gave a dandy speech in November of 1974. Mr. Nixon was on a roll that day and trotted out his “Project Independence.” The United States, Nixon asserted, should be independent of all oil producing countries, “including our Canadian friends,” by 1976. Nixon went on to promise massive public funding for the exploration of American’s remaining energy resources-Alaskan oil and gas, offshore oil reserves, nuclear energy and synthetic fuels from coal and oil shale. Well, if that won’t do it what would? Mr. Nixon’s plan worked so well that by 1977, the United States was importing a new record high of 46.5 percent of the oil that we needed to fuel our vehicles, heat our homes, and run our industry. Okay just a minor setback, but have no fear, government is here. In reaction to the continual rising prices and elevated levels of imports, our Nation established a Department of Energy, spent billions of dollars on researching and finding new sources of energy supply, and redesigned our cars, houses, and factories to make them more energy efficient. This heroic effort of increasing government while spending billions of dollars and ignoring all geological and scientific evidence to the contrary, has over the past 31 years, been extremely effective at increasing our foreign oil dependence to 75%. You will note that all of the solutions touted in 1973 are the same ones that are being rerun in 2008. The problem in 1973 was of course that oil is finite, while the problem in 2008 is that oil is finite. How good is government forecasting? The Annual Energy Outlook 1998, projected that net dependence would exceed 50 percent in 2000 and rise to 66 percent by 2020. How about 75% in 2008? This is your tax money at work.” – Source

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New club drug: Preparation H?

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

Now this is a novel use. I’d heard about the under eye dark spots and wrinkles but not this one.

“Some macho dudes at NYC clubs rub allegedly Preparation H on their torsos to temporarily shrink fat deposits and look buff. It’s apparently an old competitive body-building trick. From ABC News: “The bodybuilders I know use it on their obliques — their love handles — to take away any lingering water weight before shows,” (club bouncer Rob) Fitzgerald told ABC News. “The guys in the clubs heard about this, and the use of it spread virally like some kind of Internet meme.” Preparation H contains a medication called phenylephrine HCL that — when used for the drug’s intended purpose — will shrink the swollen tissues of hemorrhoids. It works by constricting the nearby blood vessels that feed blood and fluid to the area. But the ingredient doesn’t discriminate what kind of tissue it will shrink, hence the underground beauty tips of applying Preparation H under the eyes, on love handles or other places. None of which Wyeth, the makers of Preparation H, support. (via boingboing.net)” – Source

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A need fuels a gas-saving idea

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

Still another hydrogen device.

“A distilled-water storage tank is part of the hydrogen-powered system used on David Hansen’s 1997 SUV. He says that instead of 8 miles per gallon in the city, the modified vehicle gets about 18. He said engines lose 30 to 40 percent of gasoline energy through exhaust, but the hydrogen supplement allows his engine to burn 100 percent of the gasoline. Hansen added a device to the Yukon that creates hydrogen and combines it with the oxygen input to the engine, which helps the motor maximize gasoline performance. His system requires a small amount of distilled water to power the hydrogen generator and uses distilled vinegar to keep the generator’s plates from corroding. Additional gauges monitor the efficiency of the generator and help the system work well in Florida summer temperatures. “The motor now runs cooler and with less carbon buildup, which ultimately will increase engine life,” Hansen said. “The system has multiple built-in safeguards to make sure that the driver can operate the vehicle without concern.” ansen said he still isn’t sure he wants to pursue a patent and open a business. Instead, he has posted his findings on his Web site, htgsystems.com, and he will allow feedback to determine his next move.” – Source

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Hydrogen-fueled engine powers pickup truck

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

And another hydrogen experimenter makes news.

“Galesburg inventor James Hunt’s hydrogen fuel generation system has been successfully used to power a pickup truck. Dave Kniss, vice president of Hunt’s Akvo Energy America, said the hydrogen-fueled engine was recently used in a 1991 Chevy pickup that was driven for 15 to 20 minutes on the north side of Monmouth. The fuel also has been successfully used in two cars and a generator inside a building, Kniss said. Kniss, who is Hunt’s father-in-law, said one 3-second burst of electricity combined with ordinary drinking water, which releases hydrogen, was all that was needed for the successful outside test run. Although the test was short, Kniss said that was because the truck was not licensed to be on a street or highway with this type of engine. Most of the drive was in circles in a field across from Akvo Energy’s former location. “If we would have created another burst of energy, it would have run for a longer period of time,” he said. The process uses electricity to hit water from a reservoir tank. A bright flash of light occurs each time the electricity strikes. Hydrogen is extracted via plasmatic induction, a form of electrolysis. Hunt explained last November that the hydrogen gas can be ported into car and truck engines, providing fuel at virtually no cost. The system also uses reserve batteries and solar cells. Non-radioactive carbon rods are another part of the system that Hunt said will power vehicles for up to 1 years on one fill up. With global warming a concern these days — along with high energy costs — there’s more good news. Hunt’s system emits water vapor, rather than harmful carbons emitted from gasoline or diesel engines.” – Source

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The irony of the rat race ….

Posted by keelynet on June 7, 2008

It all depends on what you want out of life.

“A boat docked in a tiny Mexican village. An American tourist complimented the Mexican fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took him to catch them. “Not very long,” answered the Mexican.

“But then, why didn’t you stay out longer and catch more?” asked the American. The Mexican explained that his small catch was sufficient to meet his needs and those of his family.

The American asked, “But what do you do with the rest of your time?”

“I sleep late, fish a little, play with my children, and take a siesta with my wife. In the evenings, I go into the village to see my friends, have a few drinks, play the guitar, and sing a few songs…I have a full life.”

The American interrupted, “I have an MBA from Harvard and I can help you! You should start by fishing longer every day. You can then sell the extra fish you catch. With the extra revenue, you can buy a bigger boat. With the extra money the larger boat will bring, you can buy a second one and a third one and so on until you have an entire fleet of trawlers. Instead of selling your fish to a middle man, you can negotiate directly with the processing plants and maybe even open your own plant.

You can then leave this little village and move to Mexico City, Los Angeles, or even New York City! From there you can direct your huge enterprise.”

“How long would that take?” asked the Mexican.

“Twenty, perhaps twenty-five years,” replied the American.

“And after that?”

“Afterwards? That’s when it gets really interesting,” answered the American, laughing. “When your business gets really big, you can start selling stocks and make millions!”

“Millions? Really? And after that?”

“After that you’ll be able to retire, live in a tiny village near the coast, sleep late, play with your grandchildren, catch a few fish, take a siesta, and spend your evenings drinking and enjoying your friends.” – from the Net

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