Free Energy Up-date - April 7, 2007
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Clear Tech, Inc.
Big changes are
happening at our company, and I wanted you to know what is going on.
First, we are introducing a new DVD product called Electric Motor
Secrets, which is available for sale now on our products page at:
http://www.free-energy.ws/products.html. This is my
latest educational video on the subject of electric motors and how to radically
improve their efficiency. It's packed with information on why standard motors
do what they do, and how to engineer around the problems they present. I show
you how to build electric motors that don't produce any Back EMF, and bring
back rare, historic documents about Bob Teal's amazing Magnipulsion Engine. I
then show how Teal's Magnipulsion Engine really worked, and why he believed it
could replace all other motor and engine designs. I also show some advanced
motor designs that operate with a COP > 8. This DVD is 2½ hours long,
and loaded with simple, practical information and designs that will astonish
seasoned engineers and give new directions to research experimenters and model
Second, we are in the process of completely redesigning our
website, with a new look and lots of new content and links. We hope to go live
with the new site in a few weeks. We've got new sections coming together on
Johann Bessler, Nikola Tesla, Bob Teal, Bruce DePalma, Veljko Milkovic, and
much, much more.
There is also going to be a new "Whole Systems
Thinking" section which lays out our "Conserve and Use Natural Energy First"
philosophy. It will have sections on Home Building, Heating and Cooling, and
Transportation. All of the information in this section will be linked to ideas
you can implement or products you can buy right now to lower your energy costs
without lowering your life-style.
So keep an eye out for all the great
new information at:http://www.free-energy.ws
companies are wising up about Bio-fuels. Ethanol is an economic dead-end. In
most cases, when ethanol is made from corn, it actually takes more energy to
distill and concentrate it than you can get back by burning it. It is actually
CO2 negative, not CO2 neutral as the prevailing wisdom suggests. It is
incompatible with current infrastructure and cannot be piped across the country
in the same pipelines as gasoline products. It also requires expensive
modifications to existing cars to run on it.
Recently, Virgin Atlantic
and BP (British Petroleum) have announced plans to begin developing
mass-production facilities for Butanol. Butanol is the ideal bio-fuel. It can
be mixed in any ratio with gasoline and used as a fuel today, with no
modifications to your car required! It will run in jet engines, diesel engines
and automobile engines right now. Here are some links you can follow to learn
more about Butanol.
100 MPG Car?
If you want a
car that will get 100 miles per gallon of fuel, you can build your own right
now. This plan is based on an idea I got from a friend, but it has worked in
the past and will work again. The idea is this. Start with a small car that
weighs no more than about 2000 pounds. Many small sedans and hatchbacks from
Honda, Toyota, Ford, Geo, Suzuki, Nissan, and the like are available. It must
have a standard transmission and a good clutch. Next, throw out (remove and
sell) the 80 hp engine it comes with and replace it with a 20 hp diesel engine.
EPA certified engines in this range can be purchased from Yanmar. Then connect
a belt-drive torque converter between the engine and the manual clutch. These
simple transmission systems are used in snowmobiles, ATV's and Jet-Ski water
craft, and are available in power ranges up to 120 hp.
As odd as this
may sound, this system will give the following performance. First, mileage will
be above 60 mpg in the city and close to 100 mpg on the highway. Second, for
town driving, you can just stick the standard transmission in 3rd gear and
drive around without shifting, just using the accelerator and brakes.
Acceleration is peppy and smooth with your new, infinitely variable automatic
transmission (torque converter). Third, out on the highway, speeds of 70 mph
and 80 mph are still possible without a problem. The only performance
compromise is found in climbing long, steep hills. The car can handle them with
ease, but may slow down to 60 mph or 55 mph during the climb. This is a small
price to pay for the other benefits.
This is a no non-sense, practical
solution to high fuel prices and is way cheaper and easier than converting the
car to a hybrid-electric.
Brand new small diesel engines can be
purchased from Yanmar. Here's a 22 hp unit:
Torque converters in
the right horse-power range can be purchased from HoffcoComet:
if you want to see what a low horse-power engine car with a variable torque
converter can do, check out this link from Rex Research:
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Thanks for caring about energy issues and building a better world.
Peter Lindemann, DSc
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