Latest Articles: Alternative Energies
How Jeff Sessions Plans to End Medical Marijuana Before the Year Is Over
5 Myths About Marijuana You Can Ignore (or laff at)
New Data (Again) Shows Fewer Kids Are Using Marijuana — Despite Legalization
Black Lives Matter Plans To Block White-Owned Businesses On Black Friday
I am The Field Artillery!
VA study shows parasite from Vietnam may be killing vets
Mom Arrested, Charged with Felony for Putting Recorder in 9-year-old's Backpack to Catch Her Bully
Trump ‘frightened by black people’
Judge Protects Former House Speaker and Admitted Child Rapist, Telling His Victim He Can’t Sue
Joe Barton apologizes after nude photo circulates on social media
How CBS News Aided the JFK Cover-up
6 Card Games Every Man Should Know
When Good-Faith Medicine Raises ‘Red Flags’
FBI Admits: Trump Dossier Filled With Nothing But Rumors
Type of alcohol determines whether you become merry or maudlin
Mysterious Marijuana-Related Illness Popping Up In Emergency Rooms
Wes Goodman: Anti-LGBT Republican politician 'caught having sex with man in his office' facing 30 sexual misconduct accusations
A Man Is About To Launch Himself In His Homemade Rocket To Prove The Earth Is Flat
Wrecked And Retching: Obscure Vomiting Illness Linked To Long-Term Pot Use
Family Calls 911 for Help, Cops Show Up, Beat Handcuffed Mentally Ill Man Instead
Police are using DNA mugshots to arrest innocent people
Confederate Flag Over NC Fire Department: ‘We’re Not Going To Take Down The Flag’
Thanksgiving for JFK
Police: Adults gave baby with broken leg marijuana; failed to seek treatment
Meet 'Oumuamua! The 1st Interstellar Visitor Ever Seen Gets a Name
Steve Martin's 'King Tut' Sketch Is Racist, Liberal Arts Students Say
Fake News Is Only the Beginning. The FCC Votes to Let Monopolies Decide What Local News You See
No, you’re not being paranoid. Sites really ARE watching your every move
JFK Files: The CIA Planned To Murder American Citizens In Miami And Blame It On Cuba During Operation Mongoose
Video So Gruesome, Cop Sentenced to 5 Years For Shooting Into Car of Teens, 16 Times
Study Debunks Feminism: Women Still Attracted to Â“Toxic MasculinityÂ”
Student radio hosts yanked from air, suspended after using the word ‘tranny’
Cowboys, Truckers and Us
PV Police Chief's Gun Missing (Realizes he left it in the Library Bathroom, 4 days later)
General says he'd deny 'illegal' order for nuke strike
Happy Thanksgiving 2017!
Vegas Massacre Cover-Up: PR Firm Hired by Mandalay Bay Exposed Pushing Disinformation on Conspiracy Theories
20,000 DWI Cases May Be Thrown Out After Cop Arrested for Tampering With Breathalyzers
Country music legend Mel Tillis dead at 85
Helter skelter: The history of Charles Manson and rock 'n' roll
Grant Cardone was at Mandalay Hotel and he doesn't believe the official story
How a government-sanctioned scam in Newburgh Heights has taken thousands of dollars from drivers
The Cops Were Chasing a Shoplifter. They Ended Up Destroying an Innocent Man's Home.
Amtrak train smashes car in New Hampshire after GPS directed driver onto tracks
Cooking Hamburgers With Thermite
Making Charcoal the Easy Way
Homemade Gunpowder, For Science!
100% TWO ACTUAL SHOOTERS ON VIDEO IN VEGAS - According to Joe
Study reveals how a very low calorie diet can reverse type 2 diabetes
Trump’s overseas trips reap goodwill and trade agreements
Magnet powered toy car
Post Date: 2008-07-30 20:46:21 by A K A Stone
Poster Comment:This with nuclear powered magnetic highway could work. If not to expensive.
Pickens Plan (Energy)
Post Date: 2008-07-13 18:54:05 by A K A Stone
America is addicted to foreign oil. It's an addiction that threatens our economy, our environment and our national security. It touches every part of our daily lives and ties our hands as a nation and a people. The addiction has worsened for decades and now it's reached a point of crisis. In 1970, we imported 24% of our oil. Today it's nearly 70% and growing. As imports grow and world prices rise, the amount of money we send to foreign nations every year is soaring. At current oil prices, we will send $700 billion dollars out of the country this year alone that's four times the annual cost of the Iraq war. Loading... Projected over the next 10 years the cost will ...
Inventors: Solar Dish Could Revolutionize Energy Production
Post Date: 2008-06-24 23:55:08 by A K A Stone
Inventors: Solar Dish Could Revolutionize Energy Production LiveScience Staff LiveScience.comThu Jun 19, 3:05 PM ET A new type of solar energy collector concentrates the sun into a beam that could melt steel. Researchers say the device could revolutionize global energy production. The prototype is a 12-foot-wide mirrored dish was made from a lightweight frame of thin, inexpensive aluminum tubing and strips of mirror. It concentrates sunlight by a factor of 1,000 to produce steam. "This is actually the most efficient solar collector in existence," said Doug Wood, an inventor based in Washington state who patented key parts of the dish's design - the rights to which he has ...
Energy Invention Suppression Cases August 30 2007
Post Date: 2007-09-02 00:00:10 by Vesperman
Links to my compilation of energy invention suppression cases are now available at the bottom of http://green-salon.com/presentations.htm and also at http://www.energysuppression.com where a continuously running update of energy invention suppression cases and activities is maintained by Sterling Allan and his friends. I would like to see your organization earn nomination to the http://www.energysuppression.com list of "Warriors for Energy Freedom". Approval would be by majority vote of the New Energy Congress. Note that to read the Word document's table of contents without the shading, move the cursor to the cover page. Then left click the bottom-pointing arrow scroll box ...
The Power Crisis Mythology, the 40% Efficient Solar Cell and the Cost of the War in Iraq
Post Date: 2007-06-05 23:48:21 by A K A Stone
Spectrolab, Inc., a subsidiary of Boeing, has developed a solar cell technology that has a conversion efficiency of 40.7%. They accomplished this with a grant from the U.S. Department of Energys National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The annual budget of the U.S. Department of Energys National Renewable Energy Laboratory: $210 million The cost of Americas war in Iraq per day: $300 million The U.S. spends more on the war in Iraq in one day (about $300 million) than it does on the ANNUAL BUDGET for the primary government laboratory that is tasked with renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development. As absurd as that is, a recipient of a grant from this lab ...
How Stinky Gas Can Save the Earth (Cow Farts
Post Date: 2006-12-12 13:43:11 by A K A Stone
It elicits giggles and grimaces when it emanates from cows' rear ends, but methane represents a serious threat -- it's a greenhouse gas 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide. Taking the "dross into gold" dictum to a whole new level, Velocys of Plain City, Ohio, is capturing the environmental pollutant and turning it into liquid fuel for heating or transportation. Though some blame methane's prevalence on barnyard inhabitants, most of it is a byproduct of human activities such as mining and trash burial. It's prevalent in underground caves where coal is found, and anaerobic conditions inside landfills foster decomposition that generates the gas. Much of it is ...
Coal: The Other Alt Fuel
Post Date: 2006-11-12 18:15:44 by A K A Stone
Can coal a green fuel make? Silverado Green Fuels of Fairbanks, Alaska wants to process powdered coal that has less energy density and convert into fuel that could be used to power electric plants or converted into synthetic diesel for transportation, according to UPI. This "low rank" coal has less energy density than oil, and converting it to a liquid fuel produces a lot of CO2. But on the bright side it is much cheaper than oil and is widely available in North America . If carbon sequestration is feasible and the greenhouse gas emissions are no worse than petroleum, then this may be worth investigating. Silverado Green Fuels is one of several companies pursuing coal as a ...
Iraq`s oil minister stunned experts this week when he said production had reached 2.86 million barrels per day -- higher than pre-war levels and above what was known as Iraq`s capacity of about 2.5 million barrels per day
Post Date: 2006-10-22 23:02:28 by TLBSHOW
WASHINGTON, DC, United States (UPI) -- Iraq`s oil minister stunned experts this week when he said production had reached 2.86 million barrels per day -- higher than pre-war levels and above what was known as Iraq`s capacity of about 2.5 million barrels per day. Oil Minister Hussein al-Shahristani said production in the south -- home of Iraq`s largest known reserves -- and the north, which has been hit with violence, have improved, the Middle East North Africa Financial Network reported Wednesday, citing the Arabic Al-Sabah newspaper.
History Of 'New Energy' Invention Suppression Cases
Post Date: 2006-06-19 21:55:47 by Coral Snake
History Of 'New Energy' Invention Suppression Cases By Gary Vesperman email@example.com 6-19-6 This is the third version of my compilation of specific energy suppression cases. This time I decided to get serious. I thoroughly reviewed my own files and a few web sites pertaining to energy suppression. Deleted were some cases that didn't appear to be authentic suppression. I also incorporated some thoughtful comments that had been emailed to me this last week. About three days ago, I received an amazingly timely phone call from Byron Wine in Virginia. For more than three decades he has been collecting energy information which he posts on his site http://byronwine.com. I included ...
Water Fuel Experimenter and Team Threatened
Post Date: 2006-06-04 18:23:47 by Excalibur
Ken Rasmussen's research team has been working on a process that turns out to have similarities to the super-efficient electrolysis process being developed by Professor Kanarev. Rasmussen's work ceased after a member of the team was threatened at gunpoint. by Sterling D. Allan Pure Energy Systems News Glock Mac ten VENTURA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, USA -- On May 16, a technician who was one of a team of garage experimenters investigating a hydrogen-on-demand technology was run off the road near a rural intersection and accosted by four white, middle-aged males in black suits, carrying Glocks and Mac tens. The assailants were driving a late model, black Lincoln Town Car. This comes just one ...
Going solar As states look to the sun for power, could a new energy age be dawning?
Post Date: 2006-05-17 20:49:48 by A K A Stone
On the top floor of Media Elementary School, Pete Alyanakian opens a window and climbs onto the roof. There, amid a few stray tennis balls, the sun glints off an array of solar panels the size of a billboard. A few roofs over, more panels have sprouted next to the historic armory and atop the local library. Installed in the dimness of last winter, the panels ticked along for a while. But now, with the sun blasting, the solar capital of Pennsylvania - as Department of Environmental Protection secretary Kathleen McGinty has dubbed Media - is cranking. The borough of 6,000 has become an environmental showcase while lopping thousands from its electrical bill. Elsewhere, too, solar power may ...
Hydrogen Can Save America
Post Date: 2006-04-30 18:27:00 by A K A Stone
The cost of oil dependence has never been so clear. What had long been largely an environmental issue has suddenly become a deadly serious strategic concern. Oil is an indulgence we can no longer afford, not just because it will run out or turn the planet into a sauna, but because it inexorably leads to global conflict. Enough. What we need is a massive, Apollo-scale effort to unlock the potential of hydrogen, a virtually unlimited source of power. The technology is at a tipping point. Terrorism provides political urgency. Consumers are ready for an alternative. From Detroit to Dallas, even the oil establishment is primed for change. We put a man on the moon in a decade; we can achieve ...
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