Video demonstrates a “water heater out of used parts and a Stovetec Rocket stove to start the thermo siphoning process.” Obviously you could make your own rocket stove for practically free. You could also use a sawdust stove like we discussed the other day. Read more from > Endless Hot Water Without Electricity
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“This is the most efficient wood stove on the planet it will make gasoline run a generator and a propane fridge, heat hot water and your home at the same time. this system works on any dry organic material.” Read more from > Wood stove runs a generator, produces gasoline, runs a fridge and heats hot water
Green Turbine (TM) is a very small (slightly larger than a football) steam driven turbo generator that converts (waste) heat into electricity. This makes the Green Turbine an excellent choice in applications where both heat and electricity is required (combined heat and power). The part of the energy not converted to electricity is available for […] Read more from > Green Turbine
I’ve put a great deal of time and effort into understanding what’s happening with LENR/cold fusion reactions. Overwhelming evidence confirms LENR is proven beyond doubt, but exactly how the process works is still not understood. Fully understanding the process is vital to engineering efficient LENR devices. The Cold Fusion Now art contest was an impetus […] Read more from > Cold Fusion Now Art Contest
Thrive was released online on 11.11.11, and is now free to watch online at http://www.thrivemovement.com/the_movie. In this video, filmmaker Kimberly Carter Gamble gives an update on the Thrive Movement and plans for 2013. For the latest news, join us on Facebook. Read more from > Thrive Update & Plans for 2013
“So I’m riding my bike down Main Street in Santa Monica, and a fellow pedals up along side and starts a conversation, right there in the bike lane. Seeing my Cold Fusion Now sticker deftly placed street-facing on the frame, and the new T-shirt I’m wearing (available SOON!), he remarks, “Wow, you’re really into this…” […] Read more from > LENR Update: What Can You Tell Them?