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Archive for July 22nd, 2008

Tata Motors to introduce Air Car – Is it the next big thing?

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

Yeah, and WHEN are we going to have these here to buy and drive?

“India’s largest automaker Tata Motors is set to start producing the world’s first commercial air-powered vehicle. The Air Car, developed by ex-Formula One engineer Guy Nègre for Luxembourg-based MDI, uses compressed air, as opposed to the gas-and-oxygen explosions of internal-combustion models, to push its engine’s pistons. Some 6000 zero-emissions Air Cars are scheduled to hit Indian streets in August of 2008. The Air Car, called the MiniCAT could cost around Rs. 3,50,000 ($ 8177) in India and would have a range of around 300 km between refuels. The cost of a refill would be about Rs. 85 ($ 2). Tata motors also plans to launch the world’s cheapest car, Tata Nano priced famously at One lakh rupees by October. Microcontrollers are used in every device in the car, so one tiny radio transmitter sends instructions to the lights, indicators etc. There are no keys – just an access card which can be read by the car from your pocket. According to the designers, it costs less than 50 rupees per 100Km (about a tenth that of a petrol car). Its mileage is about double that of the most advanced electric car (200 to 300 km or 10 hours of driving), a factor which makes a perfect choice in cities where the 80% of motorists drive at less than 60Km. The car has a top speed of 105 kmph. Refilling the car will, once the market develops, take place at adapted petrol stations to administer compressed air. In two or three minutes, and at a cost of approximately 100 rupees, the car will be ready to go another 200-300 kilometers. As a viable alternative, the car carries a small compressor which can be connected to the mains (220V or 380V) and refill the tank in 3-4 hours.

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Web-Crawling Program Spots Disease Outbreaks

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

This could prove very useful when in doubt. Wonder if they could apply it to things like this salmonella outbreak?

“”There is a story at Discovery Channel’s site about a new utility for mapping disease. The premise is to have bots crawl the web looking for stories about disease outbreaks and log them onto a map. ‘”We were originally thinking about how we could expand disease surveillance and pick up outbreaks earlier than traditional methods,” said John Brownstein of Harvard Medical School and Children’s Hospital Boston, who created HealthMap in September of 2006 with Clark Friefeld, a software developer at Harvard Medical School.’ But then it was noticed by and has since grown into its own website, HealthMap Global disease alert map, and claims to be able to identify 95% of all disease outbreaks, some of them before WHO or CDC.” – Source

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WindWings beat Wind Turbines

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

The most interesting quote, “One WindWing can also replace about twelve propeller wind turbines…”

“The WindWing dispenses with propellers in favor of parallel panels that look like stacked WWI plane wings stuck up on a pole. The panels work similarly by lifting and lowering with the wind. Gene Kelley, Founder and CEO of W2 Energy Development Corp., recently turned his hand to improving the efficiency of turning wind into energy with his WindWings invention. Basically, it is a series of six to twelve horizontal parallel blades that move up and down in the wind. Here is his explanation for how it works: Have you ever stuck your hand out a car window? Then you know how the WindWing works. Your hand tilts up as it is pushed up by the wind and down as the wind pushes it down; all you have to do is direct it. Sensors behind the panels adjust the WindWing according to wind direction and strength. Once the series of panels are adjusted, the wind pushes them up and down collecting the energy through its stem and storing it in a box at the base. That energy can be converted into electricity, compressed air or put through a water pump. Since the WindWing works more efficiently than a traditional wind turbine, it costs one tenth the price. One WindWing can also replace about twelve propeller wind turbines depending on the surface area and needs of the community.” – Source

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Energy from Water – Genepax MEA

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

I liked the way this article described how it might be possible to get overunity effects from electrolysis. But don’t even get me started on ‘immutable laws’ like the ‘laws’ of thermodynamics. See; Something from Nothing Revisited.

“According to QED, or general quantum mechanics, the uncertainty at micro worlds dominates. If we take water, H2O is an average phenomena, and there is no certain locations or bond angles as to measure. A high voltage can easily “stress” covalent apparent bonding of H2O; thus in theory it is possible to stress the polarized H2O to a level which equalizes the bonding strength with only voltage (no current or amperage). The bond breakage can acutely happen, thus the dielectric characteristic of water (distilled) suddenly diminishes (catastrophic dielectric failure) which is a point where large amount of H2 and O2 exits. This is not exactly Faraday electrolysis and the resultant gas quantities can well exceed 300+ times more than Faraday’s expectations. An exotic observation here is the gas is produced between the two electrodes (commonly stainless steel plates) and not as expected at the electrodes. About the recent water car from Genepax, Japan, we had the exclusive opportunity to do some poking with the invention through our fellow researcher in Tokyo. Their cell is up to the claims, but their demonstration (car running in streets by Reuters) was not so genuine. It was running on the batteries, thus the energy unit was just loaded doing nothing significant. However, the water fuel cell truly produced 300W of power consuming water. They use ruthenium, platinum and some corral sands (probably to make the porosity of the membrane) in Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA). Researchers are currently studying their two filled patents, which describes the catalytic disassociation of water.” – Source

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AGBM Instant Cooker

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

If it works as claimed, could save a lot of energy wasted in cooking.

“This cooker cuts 70% of fuel (like LPG, electricity, coal, wood, etc.), cuts 70% of the cost and cuts 70% off the cooking time. This invention relates to the technique of cooking food, at low cost of fuel consumption. The present device is designed in such a manner that the food particles are cooked from all sides i.e. lower, upper and side including the middle of vessels. The main objective of the present invention is to reduce the consumption of the liquid petroleum gas (LPG). The oven is a double layered container, in which small jets are fitted on regular intervals. A gas pipeline is attached at one end which runs through all the small jets circulating the gas throughout the surface area of the oven. The inner container is detachable and designed to contain food stuffs for cooking. An orifice is made on the outer container which keeps a constant air flow for burning of the gas inside the vessel. Top of the vessel or oven is made up of heavy metal with double layers which is detachable and could be fixed with the help of hinge and lock. The body of the oven is such designed as it serves as an insulator for the inner container. Hence once the burners are switched one for a considerable time the heat is trapped for a long period in the vessel or oven and the food is cooked accordingly. The device such invented can solve many problems relating to gas consumption; it can save the gas by 70-80 % as in comparison to the conventional method of cooking.” – Source

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An interview with serial inventor Bob Dean

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

What a fascinating study!

“Q. What are you working on now? A. I’m working on two projects. One is called drop blast bubble implosion fusion (DBBIF), which is, theoretically, a method of creating fusion by harnessing the energy of a liquid bubble as it collapses, thus increasing the pressure (by thousands of atmospheres) at which its temperature reaches extreme values. My other proto-venture relates to process technology for more cost-effective conversion of nonfood biomass to fuel.” – Source

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A Musical Score for Disease

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

Time domains versus phase domains. The patterns match no matter the octave, so we might be able to phase conjugate a disease chord and destroy it. Sound familiar?

“When set to music, colon cancer sounds kind of eerie. That’s the finding of Gil Alterovitz, a research fellow at Harvard Medical School who is developing a computer program that translates protein and gene expression into music. In his acoustic translation, harmony represents good health, and discord indicates disease. The first step in the gene-to-sound conversion was to pare down multiple measurements to a few fundamental signals, each of which could be represented by a different note. Together, the notes would form a harmonic chord in normal, healthy states and become increasingly out of tune as key physiological signs go awry, signaling disease. Alterovitz employed mathematical modeling to determine relationships between physiological signals. Much like the various systems in an automobile, many physiological signs work in synchrony to keep a body healthy. “These signals [are] not isolated parts,” says Alterovitz. “Like in a car, one gear is working with other gears to control, for example, power steering. Similarly, there are lots of correlations between physiological variables. If heart rate is higher, other variables will move together in response, and you can simplify that redundancy and information.” – Source

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Planning smart for your food supply

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

Better safe than sorry.

“Why store? The world we live in today is fast moving, ever changing and full of surprises. On top of this, there has never been a time when the average family has had less food in their homes than now. A hundred years ago, people generally didn’t go to the store very often. As a rule, America was much more agrarian than it is today, with people growing the majority of the plants and animals they ate. Today, many of us would be at our rope’s end after just a couple of days of not being able to go to the grocery store. So why not be ready for it? If you were the mayor of a small town during a time of disaster, wouldn’t it be a great relief if 1/2 of the inhabitants of your town had a three day supply of emergency supplies. A month supply? And wouldn’t it be great to know not only you, but all the neighbors on your street had an emergency supply of food and other items? One thing is for sure: When an actual emergency arises, the time of preparation is past. One of the greatest advantages that can come to you from this type of preparation is peace of mind. Whatever you choose to believe, it is a good idea to put something away for ‘that rainy day.’ Basic rules for home storage:…” – Source

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Pigeons: The Next Step in Local Eating

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

Meat is Meat!

“When you look at a pigeon, you might see a dirty, rat-like bird that fouls anything it touches with feathers or feces, but I see a waste-scavenging, protein-generating biomachine. Numbering in the hundreds of millions, they could be a new source of guilt-free protein for locavores in urban centers. Instead, we’re still trying to kill off our species’ former pet birds, which (as any city-dweller can attest) doesn’t work. “Killing makes no sense at all,” Daniel Haag-Wackernagel, a biologist at the University of Basel, told Der Spiegel. “The birds have an enormous reproduction capacity and they’ll just come back. There is a linear relationship between the bird population and the amount of food available.” Of course, the obvious objection is that pigeons carry disease, but some evidence suggests that they aren’t particularly susceptible to avian flu. As for the meat itself, I called up the FDA’s food safety line to ask how pigeon compared, safety-wise, to your average factory-farmed pig or chicken, but after one-and-a-half hours on hold, the office closed down and I gave up. Really, all pigeons need is a re-branding. Just as the spurned Patagonian toothfish became the majestic Chilean sea bass and the silly Chinese gooseberry became the beloved kiwifruit, pigeons can merely reclaim their previous sufficiently arugula-sounding name: squab. The term squab now refers to the meat of the baby pigeon, but it can also mean pigeons in general, so we can simply extend the brand back to its historical proportions.” – Source

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Los Angeles is home to new rush of oil drilling

Posted by keelynet on July 22, 2008

Makes sense with the tar pits in La Brea.

“Beverly Hills is one of the most fertile oil fields in Los Angeles, producing nearly a million barrels a year. Many wells are camouflaged or hidden inside buildings. One on the property of Beverly Hills High School is covered in quilt-like floral blankets. Not far from here, in Wilmington, they churn out far more oil — in fact, the Department of Energy calls Wilmington the third largest oil field in the 48 contiguous states. Who knew? With oil prices so high, all over Los Angeles people are digging, or restarting, wells — even ones that only turn out 10 barrels a day. The state turns out 660,000 barrels a day, but that’s down nearly half from the peak in 1985. Still, conservative estimates are that California is sitting on three billion barrels of accessible oil. Talk about a gold rush.” – Source

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