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Hello Tom,


I just came back from an IEEE conference on Science and Technology in Boston – This is a rapid fire quick slideshow you need to see on the real deal quantitatively for the coming climate change  based on paleoclimatology. It is a continuous stream of 18 PDF images that you can click through quickly. I’m tailoring it for a possible 20-minute TED talk soon and Dr. Jim Hansen deserves all of the credit for it. Hope you appreciate the effort that went into summarizing the highlights of my 32-page journal article into it.


By the way, it is amazing to learn about child prodigies and especially when it is an electrical engineer graduating from college at 9 years old! . Reminds me of the story of David Adair and how the military grabbed him up almost immediately here in the USA to work on advanced rocket and jet engines. Over in Belgium, I’m sure things are different.


Story #1 is exciting to see with some of our huge military budget being allocated to solving the amazing amount of free solar power available in space (it is 10 times the 1 kW per square meter of earth!). Northrup Grumman won the contract for a demonstration of Space Solar Power. However, my guess is that we are just playing catch up to the Chinese, since Forbes magazine reported six months ago about the China Space Solar Power development project . Also, CNBC said at that time, “China plans a solar power play in space that NASA abandoned decades ago”. However, the clincher is from Foreign Policy magazine who said in June that China is winning the space solar power race and that, “China plans on putting a commercial-scale solar power station in orbit by 2050, an accomplishment that would give it bragging rights as the first nation to harness the sun’s energy in space and beam power down to Earth” . A related article links the latest mystery about the Air Force space plane that stayed in orbit for two years and landed itself (or under remote control perhaps) for the second time.


Story #2 proves that Time magazine has joined us in our advocacy for electrotherapy with a new comprehensive article on electromedicine, entitled, “Why It's Time to Take Electrified Medicine Seriously”, Oct 24, 2019 .  Maybe you should too? Visit our to see some options for those Holiday gifts .


Story #3 is a true breakthrough in window coatings that, in this case, can actually switch from shielding incoming sunshine to transmitting it. The Joule magazine article it is based on  says that the coating is for a “Switchable Optical Transmittance” that is unheard-of in previous window coatings. Thus, the coating of porous polymers serves a dual purpose for “Optical and Thermal Regulation”. By switching from transparent to a white translucence, it can keep buildings cool in the summer and warmer in the winter.


Story #4 is another Joule magazine article which has been given a lot of press this November, like “Energy from Thin Air” and “Light from Darkness”. However, us engineers know a lot about thermoelectric generators (TEGs), which are inherently inefficient and usually require a very hot source to be worthwhile. In this case, the slight temperature difference between a cool metal and a warmer ambient temperature surface is enough to generate milliwatts to light a single LED. Maybe good for a trickle charge into a battery perhaps.


Story #5 is our way of announcing a Press Release for aeronautical engineer, David Froning, and his fantastic new book, Faster Than Light: Warp Drive and Quantum Vacuum Power . It was two years in the making, from a collection of autobiographical chapters and a host of journal articles and slideshows. The book was negotiated for a set of color plates in the middle, so showcase David’s amazing simulations based on supersonic studies that parallel the superluminal warping of the quantum vacuum permeability and permittivity. The book is very readable and every term is explained with footnotes where needed, since I edited the book meticulously. Just proud to bring about a quantum leap in space travel for future generations, since two experimental approaches to the warp effect has been laboratory tested and at White Sands missile base by Froning, which gave me the motivation to complete the huge editing task of a 450-page book. The video we include here will give one a real sense of the actual speed of light as well.


Onward and upward!


Tom Valone, PhD






1) Air Force Building Solar Power in Space


The U.S. Air Force is trying to find out if we could one day collect solar power in space and beam it down to Earth, military newspaper Stars and Stripes reports.

The Space Solar Power Incremental Demonstration and Research project is a over $100 million partnership between the Air Force and defense contractor Northrop Grumman. The idea is to cut down on the need to deliver armed convoys full of fuel to power remote military outposts — and maybe provide power for civilians in remote areas.


“To ensure [Department of Defense] mission success, we must have the energy we need at the right place at the right time,” Eric Felt, director of the Air Force Research Laboratory in Albuquerque’s Space Vehicles Directorate, told Stars and Stripes. “Energy is a strategic enabler and potential vulnerability for our nation and our Department of Defense.


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2) Why It's Time to Take Bioelectronic Medicine Seriously


TIME Magazine, November 2019


The remarkable convergence of advances in bioengineering and neurology has resulted in a fast-developing way to treat chronic diseases, known as bioelectronic medicine. These advances allow scientists to identify specific nerves and implant devices that can be activated when needed to stimulate or dial down their activity; that in turn controls cells in organs targeted by those nerves that regulate the body’s many immune and metabolic responses. While some bioelectronic, or electroceutical, therapies already exist to treat conditions such as headaches, certain cases of depression, as well as chronic and sinus pain, the new wave of electricity-based strategies could expand to help people with some of the most widespread chronic diseases in the world, including high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, some forms of blindness and even dementia.



3) Porous Polymer Coatings Could Regulate Heat and Light in Buildings



New coating materials that could help cool buildings in the summer, and then change their optical and thermal properties in the winter to keep the same buildings warm, have been created by researchers in the US. The polymer-based materials could also allow daylight to illuminate building interiors.


4) New Invention Runs on Cool Night Air


When Hurricane Dorian smothered the Grand Bahamas and Abaco Islands for 41 hours this month, it knocked out power and plunged nearly 70,000 people into darkness. Two years ago, Hurricane Maria smashed Puerto Rico’s electrical grid, leaving 3 million people without working lights, many of which stayed off for months. Yet for 1.6 billion people worldwide, those bleak conditions are not the result of a natural disaster, but instead, part of everyday life without stable electricity. Even in the U.S., where energy access is universal, rural communities that lack the electrical infrastructure for less expensive power can struggle to keep the lights on.







5) Animation: Visualizing the Speed Of Light Fast But Slow Plus New Book: Faster Than Light


Light Speed, Fast and Slow

So while light obviously travels at a ludicrous speed, it really depends on your vantage point.

On Earth, light is instantaneous – but anywhere else in the universe, it’s pretty inadequate for getting anywhere far (especially in contrast to the average human lifespan).


IRI's President, edited the new book entitled FASTER THAN LIGHT TRAVEL by H. David Froning, a 30-year veteran engineer who worked on several designs for future space travel propulsion, gives us this exceptional compilation of his discoveries, struggles and experiences in the realm of faster than light space travel. Central to the concept of faster than light travel is that the vacuum of space itself (the spacetime metric) can be utilized in propulsion systems. “Engineering the vacuum,” as this is called, involves discovering how space can be altered to provide energy/thrust for future spacecraft. Packed with diagrams, some of which show how, as a starship accelerates away from Earth, it disappears and reappears in only seconds. But during these seconds of disappearance, the ship, in effect, leaps high above space-time and over stupendous distances to reach speeds that are billions of times greater than light-speed. Lots of great material on quantum vacuum power, anti-gravity propulsion effects, the velocity of light in spacetime altered regions, effective mass in spacetime-altered regions, warp drives, and tons more!.





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