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Sent:                                           Sunday, May 28, 2023 1:09 PM


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Future Energy eNews











Our Story #1 is a big event. We are happy that we can share my upcoming “on the air experience” with Coast to Coast AM George Noory and about three million listeners a few days before it happens . On the West Coast, it will be a two hour show starting at 10 PM PDT (1 AM EDT) on this Tuesday night May 30th going into Wednesday morning hours, followed by another guest for two hours later on. I have been welcomed on this show a few times already and also once on George Noory’s “TV Show” when I flew to Colorado to be in his studio for the filming, after supplying several slides and videos to supplement the interview. George is one of the best radio/TV hosts in the world and has a wide range of knowledge and the most open mind in the business. The show will also be on their website afterwards for your review. Otherwise, if you want to join live and maybe call in for Q&A at the end, every state in the US has an affiliate (see map): and also there are apps you can use portably to join in live: Android, iTunes, Sirius XM, and IOS under “Other Options”.


Story #2 is really about a large scale power plant in Popular Mechanics magazine. This alone is a big deal but also because the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology broke through the 1-kilowatt ceiling of green hydrogen generation with solar power. Furthermore, Nature magazine accepted the article, which details the concentrated solar design of a thermally integrated photoelectrochemical device of over 20% efficiency.


Story #3 is one of many neglected sources of energy, which has been the subject of company startups as far back as 2015 in Future Energy eNews. Some used piezoelectric panels in the road which is reviewed in the Related Stories for this article. Now, even BMW is getting into the business of harvesting the vertical motion response to bumps in the road but keeping the kinetic energy in the car instead of giving it to the road, thereby extending the battery life by charging it.


Story #4 is really one of my favorite because we futurists can picture every southern-facing window in the world becoming a solar PV cell as well. Up until now, this has not been very efficient but all that has changed. With the help of indium tin oxide (ITO), one of the most widely used transparent conducting oxides, and a monolayer tungsten disulfide, a power density of about 13 mW/cm2 has been achieved, at Tohoku University's Graduate School of Engineering, comparable to commercial solar cells. I also find the Related Stories in the online article fascinating too:


Story #5 relates to the lesser known bioenergetics field of plant intelligence. While the Secret Life of Plants and the Secret Life of Your Cells were best sellers, they did not include the story of the lowly slime mold. Nova ( science program has had five episodes on the “secret mind of slime” with fast motion camera footage to show how decision-making happens with slime molds in a maze for example. Now the Technical University of Munich (TUM) Researchers have identified how the slime mold Physarum polycephalum saves memories -- although it has no nervous system. They found it can store and retrieve information about its environment and constantly undergoes fast reorganization -- growing and disintegrating its tubes -- while completely lacking an organizing center. This is an area of research ripe for new insights into cellular conglomerate intelligence.




Tom Valone



1) IRI President, Tom Valone, on Coast to Coast Show, Tuesday, May 30th


Integrity Research Institute Press Release


IRI President, Tom Valone, will again be on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory on Tuesday, May 30th from 11:00 to 12:00 am PDT. Dr Valone will update his work in zero point energy, Tesla technology, magnetic motors, free energy, electro-gravitics, and how these technologies translate into possible UFO energy and propulsion systems. He'll also talk about the latest in bio-electromagnetic healing, PEMF, memory restoration, and breatharianism.


We hope you can join us and learn about the latest information on Energy, Propulsion and Bioenergetics.


2) Solar Power Turns into Hydrogen Fuel


Popular Mechanics May 2023


Researchers in Switzerland took a promising lab experiment and scaled it into a real-world example of how we could use solar energy to produce green hydrogen. Their system broke the coveted 1-kilowatt ceiling for green hydrogen production, and offers a new commercialization opportunity.


This efficient convertor of solar energy to fuel functions as an efficient artificial photosynthesis system, according to a new study by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) published in Nature Energy. It also produces useful byproducts of oxygen and heat.


3) Turning road bumps into electricity for EVs


Electronic Design, May 2023


Two very different companies, Gig Performance and BMW, have separately found ways to harness a car's vertical wheel movement from vibrations and bumps in the road (kinetic energy) and route this energy back to the battery, where it’s stored as electrical energy.

·     Gig Performance's Roadkil 5000 that converts vibrations from the road into energy.

·     BMW's technology that harvests energy introduced to a car's springs by suspension articulationdue to bumps in the road






4) Highly transparent solar cells found to generate power 1000x more efficiently


The Brighter Side News. May 2023


Solar panels have long been criticized for their appearance, with some people arguing that the large, opaque panels spoil the look of homes and businesses. But now, a group of researchers has developed a highly transparent solar cell using a 2D atomic sheet that could change the perception of solar energy. These near-invisible solar cells have an average visible transparency of 79%, which means that they can potentially be placed almost anywhere, including building windows, car front panels, and even human skin.



5) Slime Mold Intelligence


Science Daily May 2023


How a single cell slime mold makes smart decisions without a central nervous system. Having a memory of past events enables us to take smarter decisions about the future. Researchers at the Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPI-DS) and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have now identified how the slime mold Physarum polycephalum saves memories -- although it has no nervous system.


The ability to store and recover information gives an organism a clear advantage when searching for food or avoiding harmful environments. Traditionally it has been attributed to organisms that have a nervous system.


A new study authored by Mirna Kramar (MPI-DS) and Prof. Karen Alim (TUM and MPI-DS) challenges this view by uncovering the surprising abilities of a highly dynamic, single-celled organism to store and retrieve information about its environment.










Through June 30, 2023



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