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Hello Jacqueline,


As the summer begins, we want to let you know that a new study has just been released, published in Nature, June 13, 2018, that for the first time, tracks the recent ice loss from Antarctica. In a summary by New Scientist, June, 2018, the loss of 7 billion tonnes of ice per year was steady until around 2012 and since then has more than TRIPLED to 33 billion tonnes per year. For scientists who plot trend curves, this sudden jump in ice loss seems to indicate an ACCELERATING loss, rather than a simple linear increase and such an exponential increase is cause for alarm. Therefore, the outside estimate of a two meter sea level increase by 2100 now seems more realistic than ever and attention is directed to the IRI ClimateChart based on the work by Dr. Jim Hansen, which shows the historical variations in global temperature, sea level, and CO2, which are closely correlated just as if they are part of a single system that rises and falls together in lockstep, yielding predictive information. Therefore, our Story #4 may be our most important one this month.


On the bright side, for those seeking a patent for the first time on any topic, the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) now offers a “pro bono” help desk.  This type of service can be a life saver, especially for those on a budget.


Once again, Virgin Galactic is in the news for our Story #1 and #2. Their Spaceplane is breaking records and we have the exciting video. Their amazing Hyperloop is quite breathtaking to see in another short video.


Since I was a recent guest on the Coast to Coast radio show with two million listeners, our books and bioenergy products are selling at quite a pace. Our next Conference on Future Energy or is also attracting more registrations. Hope you can take advantage of this August opportunity to see live presentations on new energy, propulsion, and bioenergy. Our Story #3 was picked for the hundreds of new customers who like our PEMF devices. It may be the best and most comprehensive article on the science of pulsed electromagnetic (PEMF) therapy . It also answers a lot of common questions with great explanations and peer-reviewed journal article references for health practitioners who never learn bioelectromagnetics in medical school.


Story #4 shows how most of the world is fortunately ignoring the backward, regressive energy policies of the United States and instead, trending toward at least 50% renewables by 2050. Of course, we cannot help but mention the Related Article by Stanford professor Mark Jacobsen who as a roadmap for 139 countries to reach 100% renewables in the same time frame, published in 2017 with a short three minute lecture video on YouTube explaining his graph


Story #5 is a nice technical article that reveals a new discovery about how semi-metals can convert heat into electric power, in the presence of a magnetic field.


Visit and to see exciting new presentations on energy, propulsion, and bioenergy!


 Onward and upward!


Tom Valone, PhD



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1) Virgin Galactic Spaceplane Record Breaking Flight



Virgin Galactic Spaceplane hits new Heights


Virgin Galactic has shown the first firing of its spaceplane's chemical rocket engine was no fluke, following last month's effort with another successful outing in California. The latest test flight took the tourist-carrying space vehicle a little closer to space, literally and figuratively, with engineers now poring over data with an eye to the next round of testing.


Richard Branson Welcomes VSS Unity Home from Second Supersonic Flight



2) Hyperloop The Future of High Speed Travel


Anita Sengupta believes that high-speed tube travel via Hyperloop is surprisingly similar to space travel, and she should know. As the lead systems engineer involved withparachute deployment of the Mars rover, she sent us where no one had gone before. Now, as the Senior Vice President of Systems Engineering at Virgin Hyperloop One, Sengupta is bringing space travel down to earth, something she says is “inspired by science fiction, but now it’s science fact.” The tubes create a low pressure environment that almost completely cuts out drag. Another key feature of this new form of travel is the motor, which will allow Hyperloop to completely change the way we travel. Picture a straightened out version of a conventional rotary motor. “It's called a linear electric motor and what that means is that you have a rotor and a stator, but they're actually stretched out so one portion is on the underside of our vehicle, which we call the pod, and the other side is on the bottom of the track,” Sengupta described.



3) The Science of PEMF Therapy and How it Fixes Pain



Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields heal tissues and bone and stimulate organs

PEMF therapy uses bursts of low-level electromagnetic radiation to heal damaged tissues and bone, to relieve injury-related pain, and even to stimulate organs. The idea is that pulses at low frequencies will pass through the skin and penetrate deep into muscle, bones, tendons, and even organs to activate the cell’s energy and encourage its natural repair mechanisms. PEMF is catching on as a non-invasive way to approach injuries, chronic pain, and even chronic conditions like depression and diabetes.




4) World Trending to hit 50% renewables by 2050



Bloomberg New Energy Finance released a new report this week that estimates how electricity generation will change out to 2050. The clean energy analysis firm estimates that in a mere 33 years, the world will generate almost 50 percent of its electricity from renewable energy, and coal will make up just 11 percent of the total electricity mix.


5) Topological Semi-metals Go Thermoelectric


Strong Magnetic Fields help Thermoelectrics harvest heat


When topological nodal semimetals are placed in a strong magnetic field, they become very good at converting heat current into electric power. That’s the new result from researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who say that the efficiency of these materials in fact becomes much higher than the upper limits known to exist for any other class of thermoelectric material known today.




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