The strong nanofibers can be used for strong carbon composites which are used in planes, bikes, wind turbine blades and space equipments.
In 2015, a research team from the George Washington University presented a technology that converts CO2 (directly from the air) into highly valued carbon nanofibers for industrial and consumer products.
The strong nanofibers can be used for strong carbon composites which are used in planes, bikes, wind turbine blades and space equipments. Read More
governments need to manage the dismantling of the fossil fuel industry which protects it’s ‘old industry’ with major lobby activities
100% renewable energy in 2050? Is that possible? Don’t we need just a little bit of fossils and nuclear power to keep the world spinning?
Greenpeace International, in collaboration with the German Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, Systems Analysis & Technology Assessment concludes in their research that it is possible. According to the report, this is what we need to do: Read More
Andrea Rossi on the right track with the energy catalyzer fuser ECAT
One of these followed techniques is that of Andrea Rossi’s ECAT.
The claim is quite simple: with a cold-fusion device the output gives more energy than the amount of energy that has been put in. For the middle aged amongst us, the Fleishmann and Pons cold fusion-project (1988/89) must ring a bell.
A recently published paper in Science today details how to create regenerating plastic objects that can self-repair damage that stretches more than an inch across. An object can be damaged over and over and still repair itself without seriously compromising its strength.