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Round robot rolls out big things for CSU student

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

This is so cool, another proof of unidirectional, kinemassic, inertial, reactionless drives that push against THEMSELVES for thrust.

“Greg Schroll’s invention could impact everything from space exploration to search and rescue operations. As an undergraduate student at MIT, Schroll put together a spherical robot – a moving orb that’s controlled remotely.

It’s been done before, but always with limitations. “They can’t climb over large objects,” Schroll said. “They can’t climb steep inclines easily, [they are] incapacitated if they fall into a little ditch.”

Schroll literally overcame the obstacle by attaching a set of gyroscopes to store momentum. “Kind of like storing a running start, but you can do it while you’re just standing still,” he said.

“It gives you this huge boost that you can basically use to climb over big obstacles or climb over big stairs.” – Source

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Tennessee engineers create hybrid ‘motor’

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

Interesting but not enough extra power methinks…WOW ME!!!

carhybridretrofit108“An invention developed by professors at Middle Tennessee State University and Tennessee Tech University doesn’t require Americans to replace their internal combustion powered vehicles.

The Plug-in Hybrid Retrofit Kit would allow car owners to convert their regular autos to hybrid vehicles by retrofitting them with a small electrical system that disappears into the extra space between the brake structure and inside diameter of the rear wheels of most cars.

It delivers an extra 10 to 20 horsepower per wheel, kicking in when critical momentum is achieved, giving a “coasting” effect that relieves fuel usage. “It gives you a virtual downgrade,” said inventor Charles Perry, a former IBM engineer who holds the Russell Chair of Manufacturing Excellence at MTSU.

“The 15 horsepower that used to be provided by your engine is now provided by this.” MTSU professor Charles Perry’s Plug-in Hybrid Retrofit Kit is attached to a vehicle’s rear drum brake assembly and delivers 10 to 15 horsepower per wheel, allowing the driver to use less gasoline.” – Source

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Scientists Create Nanometric Butterfly Wings

Posted by keelynet on October 19, 2009

They get better and better working in nano scale mechanics…I still think there will be more surprises as they find odd effects.

wingsnano108“A team of researchers from the State University of Pennsylvania (USA) and the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) have developed a technique to replicate biological structures, such as butterfly wings, on a nano scale.

The resulting biomaterial could be used to make optically active structures, such as optical diffusers for solar panels. / (Or to make flying platforms… – JWD)” – Source

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Patent Claim Could Block Import of Toyota’s Hybrid Cars

Posted by keelynet on October 19, 2009

This is pathetic in an age where such petty disputes hurt the economy at large as well as cause us to add to global warming from the lack of new hybrids on the road.

“”Paice is a tiny Florida company that has patented a way to apply force to a car’s wheels from an electric motor or internal combustion engine. Paice thinks that Toyota is infringing on its technology, and is going after the automaker in court.

The legal spat became much more serious for Toyota this week, when the US International Trade Commission decided to investigate the matter.

In the worst-case scenario for Toyota, the commission could ban the hybrid Camry, third-generation Prius, Lexus HS250h sedan and Lexus RX450h SUV.” – Source

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What costs $8,000 per gallon?

Posted by keelynet on October 19, 2009

Another ripoff…everyone knows its almost cheaper to buy a new printer that comes with a new cartridge than to buy new cartridges everytime. I get mine filled here for about $10 but some have an idiot memory chip that you have to use a special circuit on to reset it.

Guess it’s a similar scam with bottled water. We complain about gas being expensive when its $2-$3 a gallon but other countries can pay as much as $6-$8 a gallon.

“They allow you to make cyber material physical with a click of a button, but at times they like to get jammed with paper, run out of ink at the least opportune time, or possible just stop working altogether.

The printer companies know of this love/hate relationship and at times they may exploit it. For instance, did you know that printer ink is $8000 per gallon? That makes the high cost of fuel or milk seem fairly trivial. Why is it so expensive? I wish I could say it was because it uses some rare trace element or requires special handling, but the real reason is because they can charge that much.

That’s right! HP is a huge company and over 50% of their operating profits are from ink and toner for printers. Take a look at Kodak. They have broken away (a little) from the pack and decided to not gouge us AS MUCH.

So instead of $20 per cartridge, they are selling their ink for $10 for black and $15 for color. Still expensive, but not AS expensive. The printer companies do say that you should only use their ink with their printers.

I tend to think of this like the shampoo companies that say, “For best results, use with the SHAMpu brand conditioner.” It’s just another way to make more money, but the brand inks do tend to be thicker and of better quality than the third-party inks.

Another wonderful idea printer companies have come up with is setting expiration dates on their inks that will either stop the printer from using that ink on a certain date or make a huge fuss about the expiration date passing. Supposedly this is because the printer companies cannot guarantee the quality of ink after a certain shelf life, so instead of telling you that, they can just make that cartridge unusable now.

Why? So you have to go buy more ink, of course!” – Source

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Magnetic Switch invention could ‘change the world’

Posted by keelynet on October 9, 2009

They just keep coming apparently without doing a decent search of prior inventors…same techniques, just new buzzword to describe it…l

magnetfullerton108“A light-bulb clicked, and inventor Larry Fullerton from New Hope, along with Correlated Magnets Research LLC, trademarked “MAGNIT,” yes with an “I,” technology. Mark Roberts, is the president of CMR. He said that everyone can and will most likely use this technology in their daily lives.

“For example a door during the daytime, I have it with five pounds of force to where I can open and shut the door. At night I hit the lock on it, it’s 400 pounds of force,”said Roberts. It’s force that is formed through a unique coding made up of many small magnetic fields.

“They’re stronger than ordinary magnets, twice as strong,” said Fullerton. The concept is complex in theory, but the end product should be user friendly. To put this in practical terms, regular magnets will stick together just about any way they touch, they can also be very dangerous.

Programmable magnets will only stick together in one precise position, but they can be released with just a simple twist. Larry and Correlated Magnetics Research already have 60 patents filed. ” – Source. This has already been invented and detailed on KeelyNet, read about it at Vorktex vs patented Hildenbrand Magnetic Switch.

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Did Chicago Lose Olympic Bid Due To US Passport Control?

Posted by keelynet on October 9, 2009

Sounds like a good reason for me….we cut our own nose off and hurt tourism and the economy in the process..but oh no…the Obamanation is only occupied with photo opps and narcissism…seems to be paying off with the more than $1,000,000 Nobel prize for….get this…PEACE…ROTFL…followed by WTF???

“Yesterday, Chicago lost its bid for the 2016 Olympics (which went to Rio de Janiero instead), and it’s looking very likely that US border procedures were one of the main factors which knocked Chicago out of the race:

‘Among the toughest questions posed to the Chicago bid team this week in Copenhagen was one that raised the issue of what kind of welcome foreigners would get from airport officials when they arrived in this country to attend the Games. Syed Shahid Ali, an I.O.C. member from Pakistan, in the question-and-answer session following Chicago’s official presentation, pointed out that entering the United States can be “a rather harrowing experience.” …

The exchange underscores what tourism officials here have been saying for years about the sometimes rigorous entry process for foreigners, which they see as a deterrent to tourism.'” – Source

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Bhaskara’s Wheel – Interesting claim of replication

Posted by keelynet on October 9, 2009

It looks like it could work if its big enough and the right geometry can be achieved…it would be overbalanced and thus rotate…

pmmbask_ani“A typical application of gravity in a perpetual motion machine is Bhaskara’s wheel, whose key idea is itself a recurring theme, often called the overbalanced wheel. The first documented perpetual motion machine was described by the Indian author Bhaskara in the 11th century.

It was a wheel with containers of mercury around its rim. As the wheel turned, the mercury was supposed to move within the containers in such a way that the wheel would always be heavier on one side of the axle. /

(The video could easily be faked by simple air blowing across the rim of the wheel, note there is no audio. And yet, the idea of an overbalanced wheel always intriques me and I think it has been done before. – JWD) ” – Source

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Secret of Oz offers fixes for the Economy

Posted by keelynet on October 9, 2009

This is absolutely true, the interest is what we’ll never catch up on.

rubyslippers108“Debt-buster explains, ‘No amount of ‘stimulus’ can pull us out of this hole’,” said award-winning filmmaker, Bill Still. “It’s the interest payments on the national debt that are sucking the life out of the economy.”

Still’s newest film, “The Secret of Oz,” will premier at the Louisville International Film Festival on Friday, Oct. 2, but is available for purchase right now at WND’s SuperStore. “The numbers are staggering and inescapable,” warned Still. “In 2009 the U.S. government will spend $700 billion on interest payments on the national debt – nearly 25 percent of the national budget.

Compare that to $18 billion for the entire NASA budget. We are spending more on interest payments every year than we have spent totally on the war in Iraq. This system has got to go!” The solution, according to “The Secret of Oz,” is no more national debt. How do we fix this? Amazingly, the film says that the fix for the economy is hidden in symbols embedded in one of the most beloved children’s stories of all time, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”

The yellow brick, the emerald city of Oz, even Dorothy’s silver slippers (changed to ruby slippers for the movie version) were powerful symbols of author L. Frank Baum’s belief that the voting electorate – not the big banks – should control the quantity of a nation’s money. “Just look at history. The issue was just the same in the 1896 Presidential election as it is today,” said Still.

“‘The Wizard of Oz’ was written in 1900 after L. Frank Baum saw that the populist monetary reform movement was going to die. It was a desperate flare which Baum fired up into the dark night of history, hoping that someone in the future would pay attention to the greatest issue of their time – and ultimately ours – humankind’s escape from the debt money system.”

Now, a little more than 100 years later, “The Secret of Oz” reemphasizes the overwhelming importance of the issue: “This system is literally the primary cause of most of the world’s hunger, poverty, misery and disease.” “The solution is not complicated,” says Still. “We can fix the economy in a single year. The solution is nothing new or radical. It’s been done time and time again throughout history. Abraham Lincoln did it to win the Civil War. Benjamin Franklin did it to pull Pennsylvania through the Revolution. This is the secret that’s been hidden from us for 100 years. We just have to know about it.” ( )

Additional information From Silver to Ruby – “In L. Frank Baum’s original novel, The Wonderful Wizard of OZ, Dorothy’s shoes were silver, not ruby. However, when the MGM musical went into production, Hollywood had just begun using a process known as Technicolor. The filmmakers decided that silver wouldn’t pop quite that well once the film went from black and white to color and thus, it was decided that Dorothy’s slippers would become ruby.”

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Using Aluminum Oxide Paint To Secure Wi-Fi

Posted by keelynet on October 9, 2009

Interesting and useful tip…

“The BBC reports on people using aluminum oxide in their paint to block Wi-Fi signals from leaving their home or business. Aluminum oxide resonates at the same frequency as Wi-Fi signals and other radio waves, blocking data from going outside a building. It’s not a flawless solution, as it may also block AM/FM signals. You or your neighbors may be unwittingly using this already, as most pre-finished wood flooring uses aluminum oxide as a protective coating.” – Source

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