Category: News

A new test for general relativity

This is a reprint from a post I did in March 2006 at /blog/2006/03/25/gravitomagentic-induction-of-gravitational- This post is in response to a story originating from the European Space Agency. This story is entitled; Towards a new test for general relativity, dated March 23, 2006 and has now been archived at the above site under Education. It […]

Back Engineering a UFO Type Craft

It would appear that back engineering a UFO type craft is the ultimate goal of the military black ops, but there seems to be a problem in achieving such a goal. In as much as a crashed UFO might be of some assistance the task is nonetheless a huge challenge, as not only is the […]

Alternative Energy Groups

Biomass, wave, wind, hydrogen, all to help carry on with combustion. Yet not one of our Green Guy groups suggests the tackling of the electromagnetic drive, antigravity. Could it be they would if given the word? Or is gravity control off limits to our green institutes? Not if we contact them and tell them that […]


A lot of people are of the opinion that water is water is water. David Suzuki was recently quoted as saying bottled water was toast. So what’s the deal with water? Water is H2O, hydrogen and oxygen, but there is something about the hydrogen and the oxygen which is not commonly acknowledged and seemingly misunderstood. […]

Microorganism That Produces Hydrogen Found

An ancient organism from the pit of a collapsed volcano may hold the key to tomorrow’s hydrogen economy. Scientists from across the world have formed a team to unlock the process refined by a billions-year old archaea. Link


Water is the fuel of the future, as far as fuels go. So what’s the problem, why are we so hung-up on oil? Most do not seem to understand why water makes such a fantastic fuel. Water is two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen and hydrogen has the highest ratio of energy per unit […]

Food or Fuel?

With 620 million cars worldwide and fossil fuels running out, are biofuels the green solution to our energy needs? An article at BBC asks this question, and I would have to say NO. The combustion engine is over 100 years old, and has yet to advance much more than bandaid solutions. Using a product with […]

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