Within 15 years, MIT expects to produce energy from fusion

MIT Fusion SPAEC Tokamak experiment

Visualization of the proposed SPARC tokamak experiment. Using high-field magnets built with newly available high-temperature superconductors, this experiment would be the first controlled fusion plasma to produce net energy output. Visualization by Ken Filar, PSFC research affiliate

Within 15 years, MIT expects to produce energy from fusion. MIT and Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) collaborate in a new US initiative and decided to take a radically different approach to other efforts to transform fusion fram an exensive science experiment into a viable commercial energy source.

The team intend to use a new class of high-temperature superconductors they predict will allow them to create the world’s first fusion reactor that produces more energy than needs to be put in to get the fusion reaction going. Read More

Geomagnetic Generator: 24/7 green power?

Geomagnetic Generator: 24/7 green power?

The magnetic motor works on the simple principle that we all already know, ‘Like poles repel each other while opposite poles attract each other’. By arranging the magnets in a fashion where only like poles face each other, one can simply set the motor into motion like in the video below.

Will Geomagnetic Generators break through?

24/7 green power for everyone?

According to the AESOP Institute it will. 

Magnets break through

AESOP Energy LLC is developing prototypes of a proprietary 24/7 Alternating Current generator based on unique theory and an accidental discovery.
Preliminary test results suggest the possibility of an entirely new approach to production of electricity utilizing magnets.
Geomagnetic Generator prototypes are under construction.

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Future traveling with Hyperloop tube 1,000 km / hour

Supersonic transportation with the Magnet Hyperloop

The Hyperloop capsule will be ‘launched’ next June on the 1.6-kilometer test track. The test will start with a 4-second acceleration at 2,4 g, followed by a 10-second ride and an equally brisk braking procedure.

Students at the TU Delft, developed a futuristic tube transport system called the Hyperloop. In future we can travel at the speed of sound.  Read More

The Maglev train travels 4,000 miles/hour

This Maglev train reaches a speed of 4,000 miles/hour. Perfect for international traveling

Speed in initial ET3 systems is 600km/h (370 mph) for in state trips, and will be developed to 6,500 km/h (4,000 mph) for international travel

The Maglev train uses magnets for propulsion.

It is fully suspended by a magnetic field and requires less than 2% of the energy planes use.

The train has no wheels, so nothing can wear up. Read More