When Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons stunned the world with their room temperature cold fusion apparatus in 1989, the authorities quickly intervened due to a real threat to its “national security,” a coded phrase for Military First. Continue reading Cold Fusion is Here, But…
5,000 years of battery life: Nuclear waste-formed radioactive diamonds provide long-lasting energy
Scientists have discovered a way to convert nuclear waste into radioactive black diamond batteries which last more than 5,000 years.
When Russia published its nuclear fusion-fission hybrid technology last October 2014 [here], it was meant to tell the world that they, together with China, are ready to move away from fossil fuel based energy source.
The advances in science and technology for the last 100 years could have brought us to the age of individual freedoms, e.g. freedom from want, freedom from all forms of healthcare problems and freedom from fear itself.
When the legendary Nikola Tesla presented his World System, i.e. free energy broadcast system, to John Pierpont Morgan, the latter not only withdrew his financial support for the futuristic project, he also sent men to demolish the Tesla Magnifying Transmitter and burn his laboratory down in Wardenclyffe, Shoreham, Long Island, New York.
JP Morgan believed he could not put a meter on it. He was wrong of course.
For at least four years, the Keshe Foundation has been calling on all governments around the globe to come to a mutual agreement of ending all wars of aggressions and give peace a chance through the responsible utilization of the foundation’s own plasma technologies.
We published The Keshe Peace Roadmap in our article, Forcing the Peace and Prosperity Agenda, just in case you missed it.
This is something we can all try at home. It’s easier than you think and safer than pouring and stocking on gasoline.
Engines will run cleaner and air pollution is reduced. So, just ignore the energy and engine production sectors’ fear mongering and start tinkering.
India considers its own free energy program a matter of national pride, and is very much willing to risk antagonizing Petrodollar countries with its support on Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) invented by its own Paramahamsa Tewari, an electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India.
Researchers in Singapore have developed a new nanomaterial that functions like the best Swiss army knife in the world. The material, known as Multi-use Titanium Dioxide (TiO2), can produce energy, it can generate hydrogen, and it can even produce clean water. But that’s not all: The remarkable material can also be formed into flexible solar cells and it can double the lifespan of lithium-ion batteries. And with bacteria-killing properties, it can also be used in new antibacterial bandages.
In 1969, a compatriot Daniel Dingel approached the late Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos for the implementation of energy systems that run solely on tap water. The latter refused to give in to the plea due to the planned installation of a nuclear power plant. This nuclear plant was about to be switched on in 1986, but Marcos was kicked out from his 20-year dictatorship, denying the country from cheaper electricity for home and industrial use.