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Moving into the shorter days and longer nights of the year once again starting in August, a reminder for you about the ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference that is about to take place in Albuquerque NM on August 9-13. Visit for more info and registration. Steve also has DVDs and electronic downloads of previous years of presentations too online.


Our Story #1 is quite exciting since I am the subject disclosing all of the adventures our institute is engaged in. You can also relive the one hour Instagram interview with Tyler at “Contacttour” by clicking on Contact Tour Instagram LivestreamThe topics that I was interviewed about included zero point energy, bioenergetics, electrotherapy, EM Pulser, UFO Textbook, Disclosure, and the future, with several slides from my presentations. It has had a few thousand views so far.


Story #2 is a great breakthrough for the storage of hydrogen gas. Japanese researchers discovered a perovskite-ammonia reaction that is fully reversible, and the perovskite can be reused to store ammonia again after retrieval is completed to release hydrogen gas under moderate heating. Interestingly, the perovskite also changes color to white when it stores ammonia and returns to its original yellow after ammonia is retrieved. Scientists can exploit this feature to make color-based sensors to determine the amount of ammonia stored in the perovskite. We also note that Rice University, in a related story announced this month, can turn sunlight into hydrogen with record-breaking 20% efficiency thanks to a device that combines next-generation halide perovskite semiconductors with electrocatalysts in a single, durable, cost-effective and scalable device.


Story #3 shows that besides being the world’s biggest CO2 emitter from fossil fuels, China also is pioneering some record-setting renewable energy as well, with its new 16 MW offshore wind turbine at almost 400 tons and almost 1000 feet in diameter.


Story #4 is exciting because ZeroAvia now breaks open the passenger plane commercial market for electric vehicles with a hybrid hydrogen-electric combination in the UK. Maybe we will such a development in the US fairly soon. In a related story, Nikola HYLA division which distributes hydrogen for the trucking industry, signed two deals that sent their publicly trading stock upwards, with the first including BayoTech for distribution of H2. The second deal is between the Bosch company (maker of the world’s best spark plugs) and Nikola for the design and production of hydrogen fuel cell trucks.


Story #5 is about the world’s first mission to the lunar south pole, with a lunar lander from India. Whether the ice cap there will be of concern is yet to be discussed. Landing is expected to occur near to August 23-24, 2023. In a related story from Scientific Reports in June, a multi-institutional team has found that even three years back on earth may not reverse the expanded fluid cavities in the brain of space travelers who spent various amounts of time in space on the ISS. The findings suggest that neuroplasticity changes resulting from adaptation to microgravity may not be dependent on previous spaceflight experience but are cumulative.


Lastly as a postscript, our institute’s Promotional Code (PC22) will be extended through August for a 10% discount on all products, including those on mentioned in the Instagram interview.




Tom Valone, Editor



1) IRI President Tom Valone on Contacttour Instagram Livestream


IRI Press Release July 2023


Engaged in the pursuit of scientific integrity in the areas of energy, propulsion, and bioenergetics, Dr. Tom Valone conducts interviews a few times per year. In this candid conversation while in the front office of Integrity Research Institute (IRI), it has been recorded for Instagram with lots of slides using Zoom, to update everyone on the history of IRI, brief descriptions of the best energy research results today, some of the latest book publications, a definition and examples of bioenergetics, some of the latest electrotherapy studies, published in NASA Tech Briefs, Nature, etc., that directly have helped IRI including how it relates to our EM Pulser 78. Dr. Valone also addressed questions about the University Level Ufology Textbook he’s writing and our global situation addressing the climate and energy crises, with a view toward what the future may be like. The one-hour Instagram is popular with over 2000 views so far. Note that the speaker icon at the bottom of the screen has to be unmuted so you can hear the dialogue. The interview is a fast-moving, illustrated, dynamic view of what makes IRI a rapidly growing nonprofit organization with effective networking around the world.



2) Hydrogen Storage, Simple and Affordable June 2023


Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS) in Japan have found a simple and affordable way to store ammonia, an important chemical in a range of industries. The discovery could also help in establishing a hydrogen-based economy. Ammonia, chemically written as NH3, is widely used across industries ranging from textiles to pharmaceuticals and is an important component in the manufacture of fertilizers. For its current use, ammonia is stored in pressure-resistant containers after liquefying it at temperatures of -27 Fahrenheit (-33 degrees Celsius). Alternate methods of storing ammonia in porous compounds have been explored. The storage and retrieval process can be achieved at room temperature, but the storage capacity of these compounds is limited.





3) World’s first 16MW offshore wind turbine begins generating electricity



Inceptive Mind July 2023


The world’s first 16-megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine off the coast of east China’s Fujian Province was successfully connected to the power grid and began generating electricity on Wednesday. The wind turbine at the Fujian offshore wind farm is operated by the China Three Gorges Corporation. The company said the wind turbine has the largest single-unit generating capacity of all turbines in operation worldwide.

It has a rotor diameter of 252 meters (827 feet). The hub center height of the 16 MW offshore wind turbine is 152 meters, and the combined weight of the engine room and generator is 385 tons. The turbine’s blades are each 123 meters long, weigh 54 tons, and can sweep an area of approximately 50,000 square meters – the size of seven standard soccer fields.



4) ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-electric powertrain completes flight test campaign


Inceptive Minds, July 2023


The ZA600 hydrogen-electric powertrain could change commercial airline operations forever. Developed by ZeroAvia, the manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cells-powered aviation powertrains, the ZA600 is a 500 to 750 kW continuous hydrogen-electric powertrain for fixed-wing platforms.Now, the company has announced the completion of its initial prototype ZA600 flight testing campaign using a retrofitted Dornier 228 at Cotswold Airport in the UK. The 10th flight in the initial series was completed last week. The powertrain proved its efficiency and reliability through ten flights in various challenging conditions.






5) India launches Chandrayaan-3 mission to the lunar surface July 2023


India’s third Moon mission has been successfully launched today at 14:35 local time from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Costing $75m, Chandrayaan-3 consists of lunar lander and rover and was fired into space by the country’s Launch Vehicle Mark 3 rocket. India’s first mission to the Moon – the Chandrayaan-1 orbiter – was launched in 2008 and featured 11 payloads, six of which were built by outside countries. The follow-up mission – dubbed Chandrayaan-2 – was launched in 2019 and consisted of an orbiter as well as lander and rover.











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