hi and welcome to my blog

We all have dreams and some embrace them more than others... what would the world be like if this were not the case?
I am going to share my vision for a future... where the next generation actually gets paid for driving down the road.
Now it might only be a penny a mile so lets not get too excited ( really alot more in savings when you dont need to pay for gas or power)...but once the buckypaper roads pay for themselves ...the profits should go to the people.
life is transitory its about doing someting that we have never done before.
lets look at some reality from dreams...YouTube - Innowattech breakthrough in alternative energy from road traffic"You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete." –Richard Buckminster Fuller

Sunday, March 20, 2011

tsunami proof japan

this is not my usual topic but things look very bad and it does have to do with power ...
or the downside of the aging power generation systems.
bloom box may hold the promise of decentralizing power and if we do find a bread box sized devise that powers a home.
Japan could rebuild a second Japan a floating man made one that would be off the grid and tsunami proof. also on a side note could this technology help foster peace in the middle east ?

this terrible disaster could mean a great renewal .
a chance to remake an entire country.
also check out

Sterling Allan on Coast to Coast AM, March 23, 2011

and last but not least nano tech and battery's combine . They talk in this article about a concept i have talked about before "If you had the ability to charge rapidly, instead of taking hours to charge the vehicle you could potentially have vehicles that would charge in similar times as needed to refuel a car with gasoline," Braun said. "If you had five-minute charge capability, you would think of this the same way you do an internal combustion engine. You would just pull up to a charging station and fill up." excerpt from http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/2691869/posts

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