Free Energy from the Earth: A Science Fair Project using simple materials from the hardware store (no hazardous materials)... more to come!
Dear Environment California supporter,
Over two thousand Californians responded to our recent action alert urging the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to strengthen the Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program. A few days after receiving these messages, CARB announced a delay in its decision until March 27 to give itself more time to adjust the proposed changes to the program.
Incredibly, CARB is still caving in to pressure from automakers despite strong and widespread public support for the current regulation. State regulators continue to propose weakening the program by creating delays in the requirements for pollution-free vehicles for the rest of this decade.
The 11-member California Air and Resources Board will be voting on this proposal later this month and need to hear from Californians who support the current law and do not want the requirement delayed.
Please take a moment to call CARB and urge them to stand firm in their mandate to protect Californian's from air pollution. You can call the CARB office at 1-800-242-4450. Here's a sample message you can leave:
"Hi, my name is ____ and I live in _____. I urge the California Air and Resources Board to vote against weakening California's Zero Emission Vehicle Program. Please let me know what the board decides to do."
Just 12 years after the Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program was originally adopted, hybrid vehicles are approaching commercial success. Battery electric vehicles have been wildly popular with those who have one. Cleaner gasoline cars are available for purchase by the public. And last December, fuel cell vehicles entered special fleet trials in California, the first step to their commercialization. Even automakers - who have long fought to kill the ZEV Program - admit that California's requirement has spurred technology development.
But automakers continue to fight to weaken the ZEV Program. Calls to cut the number of zero-emission vehicles have taken hold among some of our state regulators, who are now proposing to relax the original standards. Car companies sell 1.8 million vehicles a year in California. If the California Air Resources Board (CARB) staff proposal is approved, car companies would be required to make fewer than 8,000 electric vehicles in the year 2011, compared to current rules requiring 123,000.
Now is not the time to back away from a commitment to cleaner cars. 95% of all Californians live in areas that do not meet minimum standards for healthy air, and more than 70% of our urban smog comes from mobile sources. In January, air quality officials admitted that they have substantially underestimated pollution from cars and trucks, and that, as a result, California may not be able to achieve healthy air by 2010 as planned.
In order to maintain a strong standard and ensure that our air will get cleaner, the Air Resources Board needs to maintain California's strong ZEV requirement and take steps to prevent a near-term ZEV product blackout.
The Air Resources Board will vote on the staff proposal on March 27, 2004. If they accept the proposal it will be a major reversal of its position adopted two years ago. In January 2001, the board reaffirmed its longstanding ZEV regulation and strengthened the program by increasing the number of ZEVs required long term. The Board also said it was through changing the program every other year. Members said they were going to stand by the 2001 program. We need to hold them to that commitment.
Indeed, we have
been told that the US Patent Office has strict instructions not to allow any Patent for a meaningful
overunity electromagnetic system or one that would appear to threaten the status quo of our
present power suppliers.
Occasionally, however, the veil does inadvertently get lifted on some of the wondrous suppressed overunity systems, only to quickly be dropped again. Here are a few examples:
U.S. Patents registered 1976 and onward are available for online viewing - please record the patent number before clicking.
and the list goes on - out of the past into the future, over unity, non-polluting energy generation, turned away by the people of the desert who have learned to disbelieve the sea...
. This is a sample of inventions that produce "free energy": ' Tesla: USP #685,957 (1901) ' Freedman: USP #2,796,345
(1957) ' Richardson: USP
#4,077,001 (1978) '
Frenette: USP #4,143,639 (1979) ' Perkins: USP #4,424,797 (1984) ' Gray: USP #4,595,975
(1986) ' Meyer: USP
#4,936,961 (1990) ' Chambers (Xogen): USP #6,126,794 (1998).
Jim Murray - Reveals Segregated Load Analysis!
Jim Murray is a legend in the field of Tesla and the Free Energy sciences. He has demonstrated some of the highest COP (level of overunity) systems that have been ever demonstrated to the public such as the SERPS demo he showed with Paul Babcock that produced 50 times more more than the net loss from the input power supply. When he shares something, it is because he feels it is important to know and this is the first time he has ever presented on this subject.
The reason this presentation is so important is because it teaches you the EXACT method that Jim has developed over many years to accurately know what the real efficiency of the system is. Did you know you could very well have overunity even with a low efficiency system!? Read that last sentence and ask yourself if that matches what the common belief is. If you don't know how that can be true, then this presentation is mandatory because you're probably using the wrong set of rules to understand what your machines or other energy devices are producing.
An important distinction that is necessary to understand is that there is a difference between conversion efficiency vs. system efficiency. It is also important and useful to understand the historical developments of how the ideas of calculating efficiencies took a wrong turn and is no wonder why most engineers have no idea how to accurately measure what is going on.