Solar Alternative Energy

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I first became interest in alternative energy after the oil crisis in the 1970’s, testing a solar concentrator, alcohol biofuel generator and a vertical-axis wind turbine in the school Science Fair. Continue reading

Self-Powered Structures

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have been sharing my earlier research with students looking for inspiration for their Senior, Eagle or Gold Award projects. This research has included solutions drawn from the “Wave Farm” design and other alternative-energy power generation alternativs. Continue reading

High-Efficiency Personal Vehicles

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Designs from my earlier energy efficiencies and energy recovery systems for personal vehicles. Continue reading

Zero-point energy studies suggest Particle/Antiparticle rotation

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Recent papers reminded me of my earlier studies on temporal propagation, allowing an alternative to Matter/Antimatter without requiring exotic particle opposites for each. Continue reading

Fixed propagation of Light through a Vacuum

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The 2-D representation of a photon’s existence carries its third dimension within its path orientation (accessible as polarization), while the fixed rate of C may be an artifact of the universe’s passage along the photon’s existence. Continue reading

Evolving Gas at Depth

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Under test, decomposition of water into oxyhydrogen gas (or HHO gas) yielded a slightly higher efficiency at greater pressure than in open atmospheric pressures. More testing is needed to identify the exact cause of this variation. Continue reading

Apparent wave/particle duality of photons.

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Energy propagates at a fixed velocity through a vacuum, designated as C. Experiments with light indicate the apparent duality of a photon’s state – light will act in a wave-like or a particle-like manner depending upon the conditions of the … Continue reading

STEMulate Learning HPC Turns 21!

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The STEMulate Learning supercomputing node reaches 21 years of combined CPU power towards the World Community Grid, serving as an educational example every week by tweeting its progress towards solutions for globally critical issues of disease control and resource availability. This crowd-funded project is starting to spin off new projects for students in turn as we build Raspberry Pi clusters for classroom use! Continue reading