Has the bridge between buckyballs and graphene been crossed?

The discovery of the soccer-ball-shaped molecule ‘buckminsterfullerene’ (or buckyball) in 1985 kick-started a revolution in carbon nanomaterials that continues today with research into extremely conductive graphene.

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QEG, Tesla and Free Energy Economy

What we’re trying to do here is provide a basic framework on alternative energy technologies that aren’t necessarily complicated but present another view on how obtain energy efficiently. Hopefully, we can give people the missing piece that they need to create something for their communities and their families to stave off any kind of disaster, … Read more

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Solar flexes its muscles in Arizona

Arizona Public Service (APS) has become the first utility in the nation to deploy and control advanced solar technology remotely.

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The cat is out of the bag on Google’s ‘secret’ radio transmitter

Outside Truth or Consequences, New Mexico in the sparsely populated, middle-of-nowhere area where Spaceport America is located, Google is planning to build a huge experimental radio transmitter, the purpose of which is apparently secret.

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Venezuela in the midst of electricity shortages. Coming to a country near you.

The SHTF might be a lot more subtle than an EMP or a massive natural disaster.

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Netherlands to ban all petrol vehicles

Electric vehicles – including self-driving cars – are clearly the future of personal transportation, but the question remains: when does the future begin, exactly?

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Can nanotech be used to remove oil spills

Oil spills at sea, on the land and in your kitchen could one day easily be mopped up with a new multipurpose fabric covered with semi-conducting nanostructures, developed by a team of researchers from QUT, CSIRO and RMIT.

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Electrical boost in non-ferrous metals observed

Insights from pure mathematics are lending new insights to material physics, which could aid in development of new devices and sensors.

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Why they don’t teach Free Energy tech in schools

James Clerk Maxwell FRS FRSE (1831–1879) was a Scottish mathematical physicist. His most prominent achievement was to formulate a set of equations that describe electricity, magnetism, and optics as manifestations of the same phenomenon, namely the electromagnetic field. His discoveries helped usher in the era of modern physics, laying the foundation for such fields as … Read more

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Unexpected discovery leads better battery tech

An unexpected discovery has led to a rechargeable battery that’s as inexpensive as conventional car batteries, but has a much higher energy density. The new battery could become a cost-effective, environmentally friendly alternative for storing renewable energy and supporting the power grid.

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