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One of the developments in renewable energy worth mentioning is the Tesla solar panel installation service. The Tesla Solar website  offers a range of prices which tells us upfront what the minimum installation will cost versus the one with a Powerwall that makes us immune to power outages. Check it out if your local installer doesn’t have a better deal.


Next month, I’ll be presenting at the UFO Mega Conference  in Laughlin NV and you can see a short interview summary of my talk on YouTube.


Last on the list is our summer Conference on Future Energy in August which still has a Call for Abstracts still open. Send in a proposed title, abstract, bio, and a headshot if you are interested in presenting on any unconventional energy, propulsion, or bioenergetics topic.


Our first Story #1 finally reveals more information behind those unusual and almost fanciful Navy UFO Patents which IRI previously reported on in July 2019 Future Energy eNews. The biggest surprise may be in the Related Stories where Dr. Sal Pais indicates that his boss claimed to the US PTO that one of their key “UFO” patents was operable, from their experience.


Story #2 is also a surprise since gold particles have usually been treated by doctors as an inert precious metal that does not react with other substances. After all, our gold wedding rings don’t tarnish. However, reduce them to the nanoparticle size and cancer cells will use them to express proteases on biomolecules that form around the gold nanoparticles, thus opening up a new delivery system for cancer treatment.


Story #3 shows the value of electric cars since Tesla Inc. has surpassed $100 billion in sales which places them at the top of auto makers. There are a lot of environmental organizations that are celebrating the fact that electric charging stations may soon catch up with gasoline stations as the latter are phased out of existence, when carbonless economies become mainstream worldwide.


Story #4 tells why Time magazine selected AeroFarms Vertical Farming as one of the Best Inventions of 2019. Who can compete with 390 times the yield per acre and 95% less water without pesticides, etc. (for a world population that is expected to be 50% bigger in 2050)? The AeroFarms website is also very friendly, newsworthy, and easy to navigate besides being astounding in every respect. AeroFarms is the commercial leader in indoor farming. They grow without sun or soil in a fully-controlled indoor environment. They have optimized their patented aeroponic growing system for faster harvest cycles, predictable results, superior food safety and less environmental impact. With such over the top t an investment opportunity for the future!


Lastly, our Story #5 tells the solid physics theory of the Positron Dynamics company and Dr. Ryan Weed, who has pursued antimatter propulsion for years, after doing a PhD thesis on the topic. Encouraged by a NASA grant which allowed him to provide a proof of principle, he may “pave the road to the final frontier” since his moderated positrons have very high energy and momentum


 Onward and upward!


Tom Valone, PhD






1) Secret Inventor of the Navy's UFO Patents Talks


Dr. Salvatore Pais has finally spoken to The War Zone concerning his seemingly out of this world patents filed on behalf of the U.S. Navy.

Despite the patents sounding extremely far-fetched, official documents show that the Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Naval Aviation Enterprise personally attested to the reality of these inventions and their importance to national security and peer-state competition in appeals with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Meanwhile, the scientists and physicists we have talked to have made it clear that they find the claims largely absurd and not grounded in scientific fact. At the same time, there is, in fact, many decades of government research into similar technologies that are very much alike in concept to some of Pais's work. As such, while these are obscure ideas and remain on the edge of science, they are not exactly brand new. 


Related Stories






2) Gold Nanoparticles are Not Inert, Can target Cancer Cells


Physics World January 2020


Researchers in the US have explored the impact of specific proteases expressed by cancer cells on biomolecules that form around gold nanoparticles targeted at pancreatic tumors. They found that the effect of proteases on the aggregated biomolecules is complex (ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 10.1021/acsami.9b00928).

Gold nanoparticles show promise as potent drug carriers for cancer treatment and diagnosis. However, the engineering of gold nanoparticles is just at its beginning. Notably, their interaction with biomolecules found in biological fluids during therapy is a major topic of investigation. These biomolecules, which occur in different compositions, spontaneously form a “cloud” around the gold nanoparticles, referred to as a “protein corona”.


3)Tesla is Now the Most Valuable Car Maker in US History


Elon Musk pulls off dance moves at Tesla's Shanghai plant

Elon Musk has navigated Tesla Inc. into new territory, as the electric-car maker’s market value topped $100 billion Wednesday and overtook Volkswagen AG as the world’s No. 2 most valuable auto maker.


The boost in share price is likely linked to the company’s recent successes abroad. Musk was spotted on Tuesday doing an impromptu “striptease” at the company’s Gigafactory in China — a celebration of the launch of the Model Y and the first delivery of a Chinese-made Model 3.



4) AeroFarms Vertical Farming is 390 Times the Yield




Governor Ralph Northam today announced that AeroFarms will invest $42 million to build their largest, most sophisticated indoor vertical farm to date in the Cane Creek Centre, a joint industrial park for the City of Danville and Pittsylvania County. Just recognized by Time Magazine as one of the Best Inventions of 2019 for Food & Beverage, AeroFarms is an award-winning farming company with proprietary aeroponic growing technology, enabling year-round local commercial production with over 390-times more productivity for leafy greens on a per acre basis vs. field farming, while using up to 95% less water and no pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides. Virginia successfully competed with North Carolina for the project, that will create 92 new jobs. 



5) Antimatter Catalyzed Fusion Propulsion Update


Antimatter Propulsion - Ryan Weed, CEO of Positron Dynamics


Ryan Weed updates the work at Positron Dynamics at Space Access 2019.Positron Dynamics has completed the NASA NIAC study. They are applying for some Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants. Positron Dynamics will use Krypton isotopes to generate positrons. They would breed more Krypton isotopes. They sidestep the issue of antimatter storage. It would take 10 school buses of volume at the Brillouin limit to trap 1 microgram. They are slowing the positrons that are generated.Krypton 79 isotope to generate hot positrons.Use their system to moderate the positrons so they can be used.


Related Sites


Positron Dynamics

This Is How Mastering Dark Matter Could Take Us To The Stars


Centauri Dreams: Breakthrough Propulsion Study




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