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As you may remember, IRI is an advocate for the solar lights made by called “Luci”. They are a wonderful, sturdy, long-lasting investment in portable renewable energy with hours of light from a short time in the sun. Now the company is conducting Operation Gratitude to help troops overseas. If you buy one “Luci Americana” model of solar light, they will send one to the troops too. You can also simply donate $15 for a care package from the Operation Gratitude webpage.


Another great cause that keeps evolving is the XPRIZE. Specifically, IRI is following the “Off-Grid Energy Access​ Design Challenge” with a goal of providing a breakthrough in energy for the developing world. Check out the short video on their site which includes three other design challenges of global proportion. Also noteworthy for future energy researchers is the extensive “Energy of the Future” Wiki page which reviews “affordability, efficiency, and generation” in separate sections and “barriers to progress” for a realistic summary of the new energy design challenge.


Our Story #1 is a nice announcement of the recent Tenth Conference on Future Energy (COFE10) DVDs now being made available. I particularly suggest getting a copy of the remarkable presentation by Dr. Brian Ahern who reviewed the intriguing Manelas Device, which has a long history of anomalous energy output based on a solid state strontium ferrite billet in the core of a battery. His impeccable awareness of the facts versus speculation was admirable and he fielded questions at the end better than most. Most importantly, one is left with the desire to see this project advanced, since it was able to charge an electric car without any outside energy or power input, under high security monitoring.


Story #2 offers a new view of the Great Pyramid in Egypt with a Journal of Applied Physics article summary that was just published in Newsweek magazine. This is the first time that the “Electromagnetic Properties of the Great Pyramid” have been analyzed which found that a 230 meter (1.3 GHz) electromagnetic wave was the most resonant with the Great Pyramid. The German and Russian authors find that with the most up-to-date chambers included in the analysis, the pyramid on a substrate of sand will direct all of its energy downward into the ground but it is only a preliminary report.


Story #3 offers a new view of small electric vehicles now becoming popular because of their extended range, besides the flashy new electric BMW Roadster being featured first. The Related Links to New Electric Cars are extensive and proves how the electric car market has exploded. How about a 2019 Chevy Bolt for only $36,000 or a Nissan Leaf for only $29,000?


Story #4 is a great encouragement for electric clothes of the future. MIT researchers now have proven the capability of basic electronics being incorporated into fabrics along with sensors for biological monitoring.


Story #5 is one more addition to our number of citations for building substances that ABSORB significant quantities of CO2 from the atmosphere. In this breakthrough announcement, the mineral magnesite has been shown to speed up the process of absorption dramatically, with industrial capability. For those concerned about this most vexing problem of carbon capture associated with global warming, check out our Future Energy eNews Archive Page: for March 2018; December 2017, September 2016, October 2015, March 2015, August 2014, May 2014, April 2014, December 2013, October 2012, April 2012, and May 2011. These give any student you may know looking for an environmental report topic a wonderful assortment of proven technologies for conversion or storage of carbon dioxide for practical use or permanent sequestration.




Tom Valone, PhD



1) COFE10: A Fantastic Conference Again!



Held at the Crowne Plaza in Albuquerque, NM August 10-11, COFE10 was yet another amazing conference , full of new information, one of kind presentations by speakers from all over the US, including Alaska and from Europe..


We want to thank all who attended the conference and we want to extend very special thanks to all our speakers who presented on energy, propulsion and bioenergetics:

Josh Reynolds, Mike Gamble, Gwen Holdmann, Moray King, Glen Rein, Judy Kosovish, Suzanne Price, Larry Deavenport,

Brian Ahern, Bob DeBiase, Bill Alek, Elaine Walker, Brian Anderson and Thorsten Ludwig.

We will be providing a full report in the coming weeks via our website and members mailing. DVDs are available here

2) Electromagnetic Properties of the Great Pyramid: Resonances & Energy Concentrations



The Great Pyramid of Giza is steeped in history and mythology, and as such fascinates researchers from various fields who all want to unravel its many secrets.


Now, an international team of physicists has found that, under the right conditions, the Great Pyramid can concentrate electromagnetic energy in its internal chambers and under its base. The results, which are published in the Journal of Applied Physics, could help scientists to create new nanoparticles—particles between 1 and 100 nanometers in size—that could be used, for example, to develop highly efficient solar cells or tiny sensors.


The team from ITMO University in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and the Laser Zentrum in Hannover, Germany, applied theoretical physics methods to investigate how the Great Pyramid responded to electromagnetic radiation—which includes radio waves, microwaves and infrared, visible light, ultraviolet light, X-rays and gamma rays.



3) Electric Cars Keep Growing in the 2018 Market


Yes, it’s just a BMW i8 without a roof. And yes, it’s taken BMW an unholy amount of time to get around to it, but the i8 Roadster is still a thing of beauty (how on earth did BMW’s designers manage to keep the flying buttresses despite decapitating it?). It also coincides with a mid-life update for the i8 so the electric motor now produces 143bhp – up 12bhp, taking the car’s total petrol and electric output to 374bhp. The electric-only range tops 30 miles now, too. And because the Roadster only weighs 60kg more than the Coupe, it’s still fast – 0-62mph in 4.6secs and 155mph flat out.


Nissan Leaf




4) Weaving Socks that Monitor your Heart



Woven Fabrics that incorporate LEDs

Now, researchers led by Yoel Fink at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US have developed a new scalable process to manufacture fibres incorporating the three basic ingredients of electronics – conductors, insulators and semiconductors. “We’re getting the function into the fabric itself,” explains Fink. “For the first time in history, we can credibly say that the function of fibres and fabrics is going to accelerate in the years ahead.”



5) Mineral Removes CO2 from Atmosphere


Scientists have found a rapid way of producing magnesite, a mineral which stores carbon dioxide. If this can be developed to an industrial scale, it opens the door to removing CO2 from the atmosphere for long-term storage, thus countering the global warming effect of atmospheric CO2. This work is presented at the Goldschmidt conference in Boston. "Our work shows two things. Firstly, we have explained how and how fast magnesite forms naturally. This is a process which takes hundreds to thousands of years in nature at Earth's surface. The second thing we have done is to demonstrate a pathway which speeds this process up dramatically




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