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Hello Tom,


Today our top news is nine of our country’s governors taking individual action toward 100% renewable energy. A couple minutes of uplifting, inspiring excerpts from their declarations is available from YouTube and also from #CleanEnergyForAll. Along the same lines is the Green New Deal, which has a need for details, actually available online along with a nice poster:. Another similar development, defying Administrative policies, is the release just a few weeks ago of the “Report on Effects of a Changing Climate to the Department of Defense”, a 22-page report embedded in an online review article with headings like: “recurrent flooding, drought, desertification, wildfires, thawing permafrost” along with the expected impact on each defense agency. In related news, the two-minute Preview to my online “Solving Climate Change” interview is a symbolic analysis of fossil fuels .


Also important to mention is the launch of our next COFE11 and the Call for Papers. Send in your Title, Abstract, Bio, and a headshot picture to for consideration in the fields of energy, propulsion, or bioenergetics. We would love to schedule you in a 45-minute slot if you have a nice slideshow to go with your topic .


Our Story #1 gives us a great preview of the future with probably the best detailed plans for an orbiting commercial space station. Congrats to the Gateway Foundation for an exciting and convincing educational video on all of the design specifics, including the economics and financial incentives for company pods at the station. Couldn’t stop watching this one ‘til the end.


Story #2 is an amazing new process for converting a wide range of plastics, including toys, plastic bags, shrink wrap, into liquid or gas fuel. It addresses the problem that the world’s landfill sites and oceans are being flooded with plastic. A mere 9% of the 8.3 billion tons of plastic produced over the last 65 years has been recycled, according to the United Nations. Over eight million tons of plastic flow into our oceans every year, harming wildlife. The textbook on it has been around for a few years, “Recent Advances in Bioenergy Research” with a nice twelve page chapter on the “CONVERSION OF PLASTIC WASTES INTO LIQUID FUELS – A REVIEW” and a free PDF download online . For those interested in this ubiquitous problem, there actually are “Plastic to Fuel Power Plants.” They have two plants running in Spain. Each Cynar plant can process up to 20 tons of End of Life Plastic per day, producing 5,000 gallons (19,000 litres) of high quality liquid fuels at a conversion rate of 95%. Read the best illustrated details .


Story #3 is an amazing bioenergy confirmation of our institute’s Tesla Coil (Premier Junior series) electrotherapy. Lightning or more generally speaking, high voltage electric fields, have healing effects on cells, according to Tel Aviv University. The Related Article is also a breakthrough  with the discovery of “Cardioprotection from stress conditions by weak magnetic fields in the Schumann Resonance band” which is the 8 Hz earth-ionosphere frequency.


Story #4 gives us a glimpse of the ongoing flexible solar cell research, that someday will be everywhere and embedded in windows too.


Story #5 is an important discovery for those interested in longevity, since senescent cells (old cells that hang around) stress the body and immune system as we age. Anti-aging research has targeted these cells with quercetin, senolytic activator and other natural remedies but now a drug can remove them from the body entirely, thanks to the University of Texas at Austin. “The idea is that removing these cells may be beneficial to promote healthy aging and also to prevent diseases of aging".


Onward and upward!


Tom Valone, PhD



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1) Commercial Lunar Space Station Plans


SpaceX Starship and The Von Braun Rotating Space Station

Watch this Epic Trailer of the Von Braun Space Station

Welcome on board the Von Braun Rotating Space Station.

At least, that’s what the Gateway Foundation is envisioning. Dreamed up by former pilot John Blincow and retired Jet Propulsion Laboratory mission architect Tom Spilker, the station would allow for both low-gravity scientific experiments conducted by national space agencies and space tourism. In a slick new video posted to YouTube, the Foundation shows off its ambitious plans — including a render of a Hilton space hotel module.



2) Plastic Waste Can be Converted to Fuel


How it works: The technology works on polyolefin waste, the sort of plastic used for grocery bags, toys, and shrink wrap. This sort of plastic accounts for about 23% of plastic waste, according to researchers who describe the process in a paper published in Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering. The new technique uses a process called hydrothermal liquefaction, in which very high temperatures melt pellets of polyolefin and then dissolve them in water. The by-products of this process are oil, gas, or solvents. 



3) Lightning's EM Fields Have Healing Effects on Cells


By Michael Irving, New Atlas


You definitely don't want to be on the receiving end of a lightning strike, but in the right doses the stuff may have a healing effect. A new study from Tel Aviv University suggests that the electromagnetic fields given off by lightning activity around the world could protect living cells from certain kinds of damage, which may have had implications for the evolution of life on Earth.


Related Article

Schumann Resonance cardioprotection by weak magnetic fields


4) Researchers Develop Cheaper Flexible Solar Cells



By Lokia Papadopoulous IE mag.


Perovskite solar cells have been gaining attention lately as their energy efficiency starts reaching that of silicon cells and with good reason!


These cells are simple and cheap to produce and have a high level of flexibility that would lend themselves to a variety of applications. The problem, however, has been getting them to last for more than a couple of months.


5) Anti-Aging Drug that Kills Old Cells Passes Human Test



By Kristin Houser


Not all damaged cells die. Some stick around as senescent cells, unable to divide but still able to produce chemical signals — and they could play a major role in the battle against aging.


“It is thought that these cells and the substances they produce are involved in the process of aging,” longevity researcher Nicolas Musi from the University of Texas at Austin told MIT Technology Review. “The idea is that removing these cells may be beneficial to promote healthy aging and also to prevent diseases of aging.”




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