I am a big believer in the power of film and the arts to raise awareness about the most pressing issues facing our times. In terms of the maternal health movement, I try to relay this by describing the “spectrum of players” I believe who are needed to make change.
via Health on Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lisa-russell/bringing-films-and-their-_b_2869212.html
Texzon Utilities announces 4th patent for Invention that stores AC power as real AC power, making it the first and only AC battery.
“This technology is a game-changer. The ability of the RPM to clean (get rid of all harmonics), magnify power, and store energy as a traveling electro-magnetic wave enables it to react instantaneously as a continuous “elastic reservoir,” which is an innovative and timely solution for Smart Grids,” said General Mike Miller, CEO of Texzon.
About James Corum, Inventor:
Dr. Corum was cited as a “National Treasure” by The Office of the US Secretary of Defense for his work on the DARPA National Panel of Radar Experts on Ultra-Wideband Radar and Phenomenology. His electromagnetic research has been recognized by prestigious scientific organizations and professional societies around the world.
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Premier Global – DayStar Technologies, Inc. Premier Global Holdings announced that it has demonstrated an active energy material that is the first to combine solar energy generation and power storage into one cell at the molecular level.
Laboratory tests validated energy storage capacity exceeding 26 hours, zero degradation and a road map for significantly longer storage times with additional optimization. It is believed that this is the first time sunlight has been captured and simultaneously stored in a highly efficient, low-cost format.
This technology was developed at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and addresses the natural intermittency associated with sun and cloud cover thereby making solar power available anytime day or night. The home is only one application as the technology naturally lends itself as a built-in solution for anyone who uses electricity — including those…
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Nations as diverse as North Korea and the United States have sent personnel to a tiny village in the east of Germany in a bid to understand its successful energy transformation.
…Feldheim is powered by a mix of 43 wind turbines, a woodchip-fired heating plant and a biogas plant that uses cattle and pig slurry as well as maize silage.
Local energy costs of 16.6 euro cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) are just a little more than half of the 27-30 cents Germans pay on average …
Feldheim’s rates are not far off those in Poland, which generates nearly all its electricity from carbon-intensive coal-fired plants. Households there paid on average 14 cents per kWh in 2012, while those in the Czech Republic, which relies on nuclear for about a third of its power generation, paid about…
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Last month we told you about some intriguing new imaging tech from Panasonic that uses micro color splitters rather than a traditional Bayer color filter array over the image sensor to capture shots with twice the brightness than previously possible. We were impressed by what we saw, noting that if Panasonic's technology lived up to the hype, the company “could hold quite a trump card over its rivals.”
via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2013/03/28/bright-idea-panasonics-new-sensor-tech-promises-better-low-light-photos-vid