Archive for Physics & Engineering

New feature on DesignNews.com

Again, my research is picking up steam… or should I say solar! Learn how to increase the output of any solar array with this novel configuration. My data shows a possible output increase of 670%. SEE THE ARTICLE AT: https://www.designnews.com/gadget-freak/how-optimize-your-solar-panel-array/79666661959081

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Easy Tesla Coil for Wireless Electricity

​Wireless electricity is here! From wirelessly powered lighting to wireless chargers and even wireless smart homes, wireless transmission of power is an emerging technology with innumerable applications. A light bulb powered with no wires? A cell phone charger that doesn’t need to be plugged in?…

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A WATER-POWERED VEHICLE CONCEPT

For those of you that have not visited DrFission.com, I highly recommend that you check it out. What you see here is a very affordable water-powered vehicle concept that spares no style. This vehicle’s on-board Molecular Fission Reactor™ splits water molecules to create a high…

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Featured in this month’s Design News

If you haven’t already, check out my article on DesignNews.com https://www.designnews.com/gadget-freak/how-build-electromagnetic-levitation-device/29028541657981

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EFFECTS OF THE SOLAR ECLIPSE ON FOCAULT’S PENDULUM

SCIENTISTS AND STAR-GAZERS: During tomorrow’s Solar Eclipse, I will be performing observations of the Foucault Pendulum in order to detect the anomalous behavior as described by the Allais Effect. First discovered by Nobel Laureate Maurice Allais in 1954, this effect has the potential to “turn…

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CRYSTAL ENERGY RECEIVER

“Free energy from the air? Yea, right!” Sardonic skepticism was my first reaction to this unusual concept, as well. Though, its not so far out there, in fact. Light can be converted to DC current with solar panels, electricity can be converted to magnetism as…

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OPTIMIZED SOLAR ARRAY

Solar panels are cheap, and due to improvements in manufacturing, economies of scale and other factors, they are getting even cheaper. But, that leaves most of us with the problem of where to put them. While solar panels are easy to come by, land and…

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WIRELESS ELECTRICITY, EFFICIENCY AND IMPLICATIONS

In brief, wireless transmission of electricity is a reality… and the results are astounding! Nikola Tesla, a little known scientist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, is the modern day discoverer of the technology with allows for every wireless device you use. Yes,…

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27th Annual Carnegie Institute of Science’s Fundamental Physics GRAND PRIZE

Back from Washington with the GRAND PRIZE from the 27th Annual Carnegie Institute of Science’s Fundamental Physics of Ferroelectrics conference!

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EMLEV: DIY ELECTROMAGNETIC LEVITATION

EMLEV: DIY ELECTROMAGNETIC LEVITATION

This is a project that will amaze and inspire! What good is all of that science know-how if we can’t do something cool with it, right? With this project we are going to use a couple of components that are easy to make or find…

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