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Archive for June 22nd, 2008

Aquafairy and the Source for the GenePax WaterCar

Posted by keelynet on June 22, 2008

This is what scaling up is all about.

Lipstick-Sized Fuel Cell for Mobile Phones – Using Pure Iron? Aquafairy developed the generation cell and hydrogen generator. The firm was established on June 30, 2006 by a technician involved in developing fuel cells at Nitto Denko Corp. He has worked on generation cells since 2002 and hydrogen generators since 2004, beginning joint development with NTT DoCoMo about one year ago. Details of the hydrogen generator have not been disclosed, but in October 2004 Nitto Denko filed for a patent on a method of generating hydrogen using pure iron made by reducing hydrogen oxide into pure iron, pressed into a porous shape. The new development is thought to use this pure iron. The developed fuel cell can turn its water supply on and off to match power on/off, and power generation is stable regardless of altitude. The problematic output fluctuations of DMFCs can be ignored, said NTT DoCoMo, because of the high 2W output. This means that the compensatory capacitors and other components are no longer required, so that a standard electrical circuit can be used.
Source / Docomo, Aquafairy develop water-powered fuel cell – Based on thin-film power unit technology from Aquafairy (Osaka, Japan), the polymer electrolyte fuel cell (PEFC) contains 10 cc of water and a hydrogen-producing catalyst. It is connected using a power unit that includes an anode, solid electrolyte and a cathode. In the fuel cartridge, water is injected onto the catalyst to generate pure hydrogen which is then channeled to the anode in the power unit. There, the hydrogen separates into H+ ions and electrons. The electrons flow from the anode to the cathode through an external circuit, producing electricity. The hydrogen ions move through the solid electrolyte to the cathode and combine with oxygen to produce water.” – Source

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Why Oil Prices Skyrocketed

Posted by keelynet on June 22, 2008

He who pays most, receives.

“Global consumption is spiking. An average of 86 million barrels of oil are guzzled per day across the globe, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, up from 74 million barrels 10 years ago. World demand for oil is expected to increase by 37 percent to a staggering 118 million barrels per day by 2030, the agency estimates. Assuming, that is, there’s enough to go around. By William Fisher’s reckoning, rising oil prices are more likely due to an old-fashioned case of supply and demand — as well as the faltering U.S. dollar. “We’ve just had a red-hot increase in demand in the emerging economies of Asia, particularly China and India,” he said. “The other contributor is the weakening value of the dollar compared with the Euro, since oil is priced and sold in dollars.” A third offender: commodity speculation. “When you see a commodity like oil that will vary by 2 to 3 percent of its value in a day’s time, you suspect that there’s some speculation that’s going on,” Fisher said. “And I’m not saying it’s a nasty word — people speculate in margins all the time — but that would, in my view, have some secondary role.” David Cole, chairman of the non-profit Center for Automotive Research says, “We have failed to develop our resources due to the inability of Congress to permit drilling in high-probability petroleum regions,” he said, arguing that the United States has had an “absurd energy policy” for years. “The only thing Congress has done over the years is promote the development of corn ethanol, which doesn’t make any sense because it has very low energy potential,” Cole said. “I think our broad energy capability is still very substantial, but we really need to bridge the gap between our existing resources and alternative technologies, including cellulosic biofuels and lithium batteries.” – Source

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Liquid Gold will also oil the wheels of invention

Posted by keelynet on June 22, 2008

I remember when a gallon of gas was about 24 cents… In my opinion, it’s a matter of supply and demand, with the highest bidder winning. So any new energy/fuel option will be eagerly sought after such as this Japanese water car.

“Oil is the new gold. It’s the new gold because the black stuff has become a hedge against the dollar, a new asset class of its own. Yergin also says the price of oil is close to reaching what he calls its “break-point”. This is when the price – the latest is $136 a barrel – triggers a sea-change in attitudes from governments, to car-makers to consumers. He reckons it won’t be long before serious money goes into alternative energy sources and car-makers stop making vehicles like the Hummer completely. Consumers, he notes, are already filling their tanks with the same care as they would if petrol were, in fact, liquid gold. Yergin’s views are always worth listening to; he is one of the world’s smartest gurus on oil and author of the Pulitzer-winning book, The Prize: the Epic Quest for Oil, Money and Power. Yergin won’t predict, but he will say that the economic consequences would be too disastrous to contemplate if oil hit $250. But he agrees that we are in the middle of the biggest oil price crisis for more than 30 years and that the biggest driver to the recent spikes in the oil price is the weakening dollar. That’s why financial investors have been pouring into oil. Nor has the world run out of oil. We have plenty left, certainly for another 100 years: estimates suggest that, by 2010, capacity could grow by 16 million barrels a day to over 100 million, a 20 per cent rise in capacity which should meet projected demand. But much of this oil needs heavy investment because of the cost of drilling deep down into the oceans. Yergin also puts this latest crisis into a historical context: it’s not the first time the world thinks it has run out of oil. More like the fifth. The first oil crash was in the 1880s, followed by another after the First World War – a catalyst for putting together Iraq – then in the 1970s and again in the mid-1980s. This probably won’t be the last crisis either.” – Source

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Northrop Grumman To Develop Brain-Wave Binoculars

Posted by keelynet on June 22, 2008

Just like in the movies…

“”An AP wire reports that DARPA has granted a $6.7 million contract to Northrop Grumman to develop ‘brainwave’ binoculars. The binoculars will be built into a helmet, which will include EEG electrodes that will monitor the wearer’s brain activity for patterns consistent with object identification/recognition. From what I can gather, the idea is that when you look at a far-off or partially obscured object without noticing it, your subconscious probably did notice it and tried, unsuccessfully, to identify it. The EEG in these binoculars would pick up on that kind of subconscious activity and draw the wearer’s attention to the object in question. The goal is that these binoculars would be able to pick up on any object anywhere in the wearer’s field of view, where a person can only pick up on things that he focuses both his eyes and his attention on. This delves into some very interesting territory: it would be an electronic device that uses human eyes to collect data, and even uses a human brain to partially process the data. Since it also passes its results back to the human providing the data and initial processing, it essentially adds a second processing loop in parallel to the wearer’s visual system.” – Source

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US drivers risk their lives filling tanks with Mexican fuel

Posted by keelynet on June 22, 2008

Maybe so at the border but here in central Mexico, no problems like this that I’ve heard of.

“U.S. motorists are risking rampant drug violence in Mexico to drive over the border and fill their tanks with cheap Mexican fuel, some even coming to blows over gas shortages and long queues. The gap between Mexico’s subsidized gasoline and record U.S. prices has made it well worth making the trip, and U.S. drivers are even shrugging off the dangers of Mexico’s drug war which sees almost daily shootings in border towns.” – Source

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Loc8tor Offers New Way To Find Lost Objects

Posted by keelynet on June 22, 2008

What an interesting device, but it seems awfully expensive.

“The concept is not new. The Sharper Image released their famous Now You Can Find It device years ago. However, Loc8tor takes the technology a little further with the advent on an LCD screen. This allows for a better user GUI interface, and also allows for a new mode. From Loc8tor’s site: “In Alert mode an invisible safety zone can be set up around the Loc8tor (plus) alerting you with audio-visual and vibration alarms should tagged items move out of the set boundary.” This could be great for items you’d be afraid would get thrown out in the trash. Just let it alert you if the item leaves the house. Or better yet, tag your kids at night. The full package runs for 99 pounds (about $185).” – Source

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Highlights & Comments – 06/19/08

Posted by keelynet on June 22, 2008

Every now and then I get an email complaining about a link to an article or news item I saw fit to post, here is one I received 06/17/08;

“If tou are going to turn “keely net” into a political blog “articals of impeachment”

you risk alienating a majority of the american public and diminishing “keely net” as a legitimate scientific inquiry. We have more than enough left wing nut blogs now.”

My response: Oddly enough, the hits have gone UP by over 200, from a normal 2000 to +2200-+2300. Anything that ties into energy or causes problems AND IS IN THE NEWS, I will post it if I think it fits. The articles of impeachment fit…I don’t care what political party is in charge but when they screw up so regularly, they need to be thrown out. The articles are IN THE NEWS and relate directly to problems the US is now encountering and which will worsen in future as a direct result of this administration’s ineptitude over the past 8 years.

Two of them that chain into many of the others; Article I – Creating a Secret Propaganda Campaign to Manufacture a False Case for War Against Iraq. Article XVI – Reckless Misspending and Waste of U.S. Tax Dollars in Connection With Iraq and US Contractors.

Have resulted in trillions of borrowed dollars spent in hopeless efforts and needless loss of life, where that money could have been used to improve living conditions and infrastructure in the US, securing our borders and financing a Manhattan project for new energy sources to wean us off oil with dependency on foreign sources, some hostile to the US. Any rational person who doesn’t have a favorite party or belief they DEFEND can follow the reasons why I find such material highly relevant to all KeelyNet interests of energy, gravity and health.

How so, you might ask? Besides the energy and gravity/transport research it could have paid for, we must also include ALL THAT MONEY which could have been used for not just helping people now in the US but also to pay for major research projects involving stem cells and other methods to cure and eradicate illness and infirmity. In addition, loss of rights due to hyped false threats of terrorists under every rock.

Do you not have a problem with ever increasing cost of gas? Do you not have a problem with ever increasing electrical and gas bills? Do you not have a problem with ever increasing FOOD costs? Do you not have a problem with letting any ‘agent’ read through and freely copy any information in your laptop or PDA??? Do you not have a problem with your phones and emails being illegally tapped by the govenment? Do you not have a problem with all that money being spent in other countries when it could do so much more good here by improving our country AND sponsoring new energy, new transport (including gravity control) and medical research projects? Do you not have a problem with trillions and trillions of money that the US does NOT have to spend, being BORROWED from other countries including China? Who will pay that back? Do you not have a problem with foreign countries itching AND ABLE to buy American businesses and properties now that oil money and trade of low quality, often defective products have enriched them?

There are so many tie-ins that relate to political subjects that I would be LAX in not including some of the items in the news. Now comes the eternal question. Why is it that you have NEVER written me about ANY science, energy, gravity or medical/health articles or news item I have ever posted in the past?

Yet, this one item seemed to gall you enough to write in to complain. So much for objectivity. As I said, the hits average 2200-2300 now even with inclusion of such items and usually the hits run around 2000. So someone is reading them and can see the correlations without being personally affronted by one particular item. I’m NOT HERE FOR HITS but I do track them as a matter of course.

It’s also amusing that you think you ‘speak for’ the ‘american public’, misspell basic words and consider KeelyNet a source for legitimate scientific inquiry which is a grave error as the topics cover so many areas at which formal science scoffs,
but one day will appreciate when we have working technology.

Do what you must…I post what I think relates even though some cannot see the correlation due to being blinded by their personal beliefs. – Disfruta tu vida! (enjoy your life)

Update 06/19/08: Of the emails I have received about this, the majority are IN FAVOR of my continuing to post political news which relates to science, energy, etc..

The best suggestion was; readers should simply ‘SKIP reading any header which might upset your delicate sensibilities’. As with anything that isn’t wanted, ignore it and go to the next post.

In addition and on review, I perhaps shouldn’t have posted all 25 articles, just a couple with the link. Thanks for your emails. – JWD

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