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Hybrid Battery Company to Seek Billions From Energy Department

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

All car companies should license the AFS technology NOW and start manufacturing these cars and RETROFITS for their extant and past models.

“The stumbling block for the plug-in hybrid, a vehicle designed to travel its first 40 miles or so every day on battery power, and the rest on gasoline, is the battery — particularly its durability. For a long life, batteries typically need to be charged and discharged slowly, but electric cars make high demands on the battery — and not only when accelerating from a stop. They also use “regenerative braking,” where the drive motor is reversed, turning momentum back into current when the driver wants to slow down. So in both acceleration and deceleration, the current flow can be so large it causes internal heating in the battery, shortening its life. AFS Trinity Power, a small company in Bellevue, Wash., says it has the problem licked. In January, the company rolled out a small S.U.V. that uses lithium-ion batteries nursed along by common electrical storage devices called capacitors. Capacitors take a trickle of energy and store it up so it can be released in great bursts. They can also take a huge slug of energy quickly, and then deliver it slowly. This is at the heart of AFS Trinity’s innovation. Electrically speaking, the capacitors, which look like an 18-pack of shrink-wrapped Red Bull cans, sit between the batteries and the wheels, so the flow into or out of the batteries is always fairly gentle, even if the car is making jackrabbit starts or panic stops. Together, they store very little energy — less than one kilowatt-hour, a tiny fraction of what the lithium-ion batteries do — but they can charge and discharge almost instantly, almost forever, without damaging themselves, said Edward W. Furia, chief executive of AFS Trinity. AFS Trinity announced on Monday that it had put the electric system through a ten-month test in which it was charged from a wall socket and then discharged in a pattern typical of a 40-mile drive, including accelerations and regenerative braking. The testing, carried out by an independent lab, Mobile Power Solutions, of Beaverton, Ore., found that the buffered batteries lasted through 3,800 cycles, which would be more than 12 years for a car charged six times a week. Unbuffered, the batteries lasted only 500 cycles — equivalent to less than two years. Of course, most cars do not go 40 miles on most days, so gasoline use would often be zero. On Tuesday, the AFS Trinity said it plans to apply for a $2.5 billion loan from the Energy Department, under the $25 billion loan program created as part of last year’s energy bill.” – Source

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A green car push from abroad

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

This is stunning, that GM in all its financial turmoil wouldn’t sell to help their business. Instead they go begging to the government in corporate jets.

“A German solar energy company wants to buy General Motors’ Opel unit for $1.25 billion. GM says Opel isn’t for sale, but Sam Eaton reports it may just be a matter of time before innovation is delivered from the outside.” – Source

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Lettuce drink to health

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

Haven’t tried this yet, but sounds worth the effort.

energyblender108“Forget salads. Leafy greens as beverages are the health-kick du jour. It sounds like something superheroes might drink but the “green smoothie” is gathering a growing – and, if the hype is to be believed, glowing – following. Fans of this home-blended fruit and vegetable drink say a regular dose will do everything from improve your sleep to amp up energy levels, eradicate skin conditions and basically make you feel great. Wells and his partner Runi Burton were so convinced by the power of this simple concoction that they set up a free online health initiative, The Green Smoothie Challenge (, in May. “I think the green smoothie is awesome,” he says. “In one glass you can get more than half of your daily allowance of fruit and vegetables in one hit. If people do that, they are probably doubling or tripling the fruit and vegetable intake they otherwise would have had.” There are many recipes but basically a green smoothie is a blend of fruit, green vegetables and water. “Vegetables, especially green, leafy vegetables, are packed with phytochemicals, which are really important for our health. They are full of enzymes and other chemicals we don’t even know yet and some of them can be damaged by cooking. “So liquefying greens like this means the fruit masks the flavour of the greens and, in one hit, you are getting a life-giving burst of enzymes, phytonutrients and fibre.” Breaking the greens down in a blender means they are a lot easier for the body to digest, Wells says (though not every blender is up to the task). BANANA FOR BEGINNERS – The simplest recipe is made with banana and romaine (or cos) lettuce. Bananas give the body an instant and substantial energy boost. Bananas contain tryptophan, a type of protein the body converts into serotonin, which is known to make you relax, improve your mood and generally make you feel happier. Bananas are high in potassium and low in salt, a great combination to help reduce the risk of high blood pressure – a fact supported by the US Food and Drug Administration. The vitamin C and beta-carotene content of cos lettuce make it a heart-healthy green. Cholesterol becomes sticky when it oxidises and forms plaque on the artery walls. Working together, vitamin C and beta-carotene prevent cholesterol from oxidising. In addition, the fibre in cos lettuce binds to bile salts in the colon and allows them to be eliminated. The body responds by making more bile. As bile is responsible for breaking down cholesterol, the result is a reduction of cholesterol build-up. Ingredients – 1/2 romaine (cos) lettuce / 3 bananas / 2 cups water / Blend the bananas with water for 30 seconds. Add the romaine lettuce and blend until smooth. You can also add a few mint leaves for a fresh twist.” – Source

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Hydrogen Hybrid Too Good To Be True?

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

I’m a fan and a believer that one day we will have hydrogen fueled motors but there are a lot of people out there who make claims that simply aren’t true.

“A man named Stanley Meyer claimed to drive a dune buggy across the country on 20 gallons of tap water. Meyer is the subject of numerous websites and was the focus of the 1995 BBC documentary “It Runs on Water.” He had more than 20 patents based on his work with his water cell. He also was the subject of controversy, legal troubles and conspiracy theories. Meyer was sued by former investors and lost when he could not prove his invention to work. John Nordlund is not a rocket scientist, he has no advanced degrees and no formal science education. Nordlund’s system uses electrodes to charge metal plates inside a water chamber made of PVC pipe. The charge separates the hydrogen and oxygen, using the hydrogen as a fuel booster to his truck. Nordlund drove a round trip of approximately 100 miles, 50 with the hydrogen system off and 50 with it on, using a scan gauge to check fuel mileage. In his 2001 Ford F-150 with a 5.7L V8 engine, Nordlund averaged roughly 10 miles per gallon driving through the city on the first leg. With the system turned on, his truck averaged 17 miles per gallon, reaching as high as 20.8 mpg. “The reason you get better fuel mileage out of hydrogen, adding hydrogen to the system, is that it increases the efficiency of the burn process in the combustion chamber,” Nordlund said. “It makes gasoline burn more efficiently.” Nordlund continues to test and tweak his system, trying to make it as efficient as possible. He believes if he could double the amount of hydrogen being introduced in the engine, he could see a 200 percent increase in gas mileage. Another concern is safety. Hydrogen is a flammable gas and some worry that introducing it into a combustion engine could potentially put a bomb on the highway. But Nordlund says pressurization is the key. The gas is not pressurized; it is fed into the engine as it is created, making it safe to use. “The gas will not explode because you have to have more than a four percent concentration in an enclosed area,’ he said. “This system isn’t any more dangerous than barbecuing.” – Source

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Honeycomb tire won’t go flat

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

I love this!

cartweel108“A new breed of tire has been developed that won’t go flat, even if it gets bombed. Resilient Technologies L.L.C. has started making these decidedly cool looking tires for the military. The honeycomb of stiff but flexible plastic acts as a shock absorber just as an air filled tire would. Unlike a normal tire, it won’t pop. You would have to completely destroy the tire to stop these. The article mentions that this isn’t the first of its kind. Michelin has made the “tweel” for industrial uses…” – Source

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Zapping Contrails With Microwave Emitters

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

Neat idea and the Japanese did a study years ago that resulted in a book whose name I don’t recall, but it blamed most of the pollution on air travel.

“Dissipation of contrails with a powerful microwave beam aligned behind aircraft engines is being touted as a possible solution to help address air transport’s effects on the climate. ‘The remote heating of condensation nuclei could be achieved by applying electromagnetic radiation, such as microwaves,’ says Cranfield University’s Frank Noppel. ‘Depending on assumptions made, calculation shows that the power required for such a device could be as little as 0.1% of the engine power.'” – Source

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Global climate changes could lead to violence

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

More gloom and doom…

“A warmer planet could find itself more often at war. The Earth’s fast-changing climate has a range of serious thinkers — from military brass to geographers to diplomats — predicting a spate of armed conflicts driven by the weather. Shifting temperatures lead to shifting populations, they say, and that throws together groups with long-standing rivalries and thrusts them into competition for food and water. “It’s not hard to imagine violent outbursts,” said Julianne Smith of the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Smith helped write one of four major studies put out in a little more than a year by centrist organizations in Europe and the United States that warn climate change threatens to spark wars in a variety of ways. Each report predicted starkly similar problems: gunfire over land and natural resources as once-bountiful soil turns to desert and coastlines slip below the sea. They also expect violent storms to unsettle weak governments.” – Source

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BMW’s Electric Car

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

carbmwelectric108“On Wednesday, BMW introduced an electric version of the Mini compact car at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The first 200 of the cars have already been delivered to the United States, well ahead of a wave of new electric cars expected from other major automakers starting in 2010. BMW was able to speed the introduction of the car by adapting an electric drive system from a small company in California to work in an existing vehicle. Other automakers are instead developing electric-car models from scratch. BMW, which acquired the Mini brand when it bought the Rover Group in 1994, plans to build an additional 300 electric cars by the end of the year, bringing the total to 500. The cars will be leased to select consumers for a year. The automaker’s goal is to use the leased vehicles to gather information about real-world driving that will aid the engineering of future mass-produced electric vehicles. The technology used in the Mini is based on a drive system developed for the tzero, AC Propulsion’s high-performance electric sports car, which can accelerate from 0 to 60 in 3.6 seconds. The Roadster, a car produced and sold by the startup Tesla Motors, was inspired by the tzero, and the first prototype was based on AC Propulsion’s technology. Adapting the tzero’s system for the Mini required only minor modifications, Gage says. The AC Propulsion design is distinctive in part because it uses a single set of hardware to both charge the battery and control the electric motor, saving space and weight. The system is also flexible. The battery can be charged at a variety of rates and voltages, from overnight charging from a standard 110-volt outlet to a 2.5-hour recharge from a special outlet that will be installed in the garages of those who lease the electric Mini. The biggest obstacle to mass production may be cost. The electric Mini will be leased for $850 a month, and the company says it already has 9,500 people signed up. Kramer says that millions of people will be willing to spend extra for an environmentally friendly–and fun-to-drive–electric car. But, he says, “it’s up to BMW to take great products from AC Propulsion and figure out how to help make them affordable.” – Source

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WaterBoxx Grows Forest in the Desert

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

What a great idea to recover deserts!!!

waterbox108“A new Dutch breakthrough invention makes it possible to reforest large desert and rocky areas on the planet in the coming years. Experiments in the Sahara desert have shown that the WaterBoxx allows trees to grow under harsh conditions and can provide them with sufficient water. The WaterBoxx looks like a plastic, rectangular bucket, with a hole in the centre, allowing the tree to be planted in the soil. The sophistically designed top catches water from condensation at night. Together with the rainwater from rare showers, it is distributed in small doses to the tree inside. Additionally the WaterBoxx prevents water in the top soil layers from evaporating and protects the roots against sun, wind, weeds or rodents. After a year the tree is strong enough to grow by itself and the WaterBoxx can be removed. “Trees can grow in arid areas but are not able to germinate. The WaterBoxx gives them a head start”, Hoff explains. Recently, he successfully tested his invention in de Moroccan Sahara. 90 Percent of the trees planted with a WaterBoxx were alive and green after a few months in the extreme hot summer. 90 Percent of the trees planted without the WaterBoxx died however, although they had been watered every week. “If we can reforest 2 billion hectares, the trees consume more CO2 than men produces and the whole CO2 problem will be solved.” – Source

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From Global Recession to Greener World Through Innovative Technologies

Posted by keelynet on November 22, 2008

One person’s views on the cause for all these problems.

“Professor Hsu presented his analysis of the cause of the current economic crisis, which attributes the subprime mortgage crisis, inflation and recession, to the rise of the crude oil price, from US$12 to US$147 per barrel in less than a decade. Conscious of the dangers of a Great Depression, Hsu, who was born in 1929, spoke of the impact of the current crisis on China, with its dependence on exports. To overcome the current crisis, and counter the threat of recession, Hsu is advising the Chinese Government to constitute a national corporation of residual oil to moderate the energy cost, and a national corporation of environmental engineering to carry out public-work programs for full employment. According to Hsu, the recent rise of the crude oil price was an artificial crisis of supply. The price rose 10 times its existing value, in less than a decade, then stumbled to less than half that, within a few weeks, during 2008. As soon as the economy began to recover, the OPEC met to cut production so as to maintain the high price. Meanwhile, in Hsu’s view, the corporations in the oil industry, found no incentive to invest in new technologies to exploit residual oil, so they could create an artificial supply shortage instead, with the policy earning them excess profit.” – Source

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