Algae turbine concept:
- 6 enclosed biospheres
- Submersible Pressure Valves
- Magnetic counter-weights
- Magnified optics on biospheres
Algae turbine concept:
+/- 10 degrees of equatorial arc of planetary alignment in the inner solar system with Jupiter prominence.
I was amazed how the trees located in coastal southeastern North Carolina slowed Hurricane Irene. The trees broke the outer bands apart leaving several instances of clear skies. Dr. Greg Forbes with the Weather Channel was amazed at how the storm temporarily restructured from the traditional sphere shape to an oblong shape.
I resonated *H20 on 2011-07-30 and filled the resonated H20 in a glass jar containing one Amethyst Crystal Cluster for studies on powering one LED light bulb. On 2011-08-13, I noticed a cloud-like substance forming directly over the Amethyst Crystal Cluster. On 2011-08-19, I observed the cloud-like formation (see below photos). I am awaiting Dr. Emoto’s insight in this observation.
* Note: the resonated H2O was filtered twice. Once through a large carbon filter and once through a small carbon filter.
Several experiments were conducted to observe the difference of the intensity of visible wave lengths refracting through water. The water was resonated by dripping it on aluminum foil prior to the experiment.
Visit “Wavelengths of Visble Light” by NASA for information on fingerprints for elements.
The majority of rooftops in the southeastern US are singled with black asphalt roofing shingles. These shingles can get up to 185 degrees in the summer months. I estimate the temperature is more towards < 200F / 93C.
I was recently asked: “Why are roofing shingles made out of petroleum based asphalt”? Have you ever asked yourself this question?
The current transfer is (1) radiant to kinetic energy by way of pressure differentials (2) radiant to chemical energy from the heating of stored fossil fuel energy (petroleum)
REALIZED ENERGY TRANSFER
The ideal method is adding a 3rd energy transfer to the above equation.
Radiant to Kinetic to Electrical
This article shows the successful fruiting of Cayenne Pepper plants grown in a recycled 2 Liter Bottle. This plant is producing 200% more peppers compared to the the exact same plant species grown in the ground. View the article “Create a garden using self watering recycled 2 liter bottles”
View example uses for the Self Watering 2 Liter Bottle. Please view the article on building the Self Watering 2 Liter Bottle.
Example 1: Self watering “Haley’s Best” Cantaloupe plants.
Example 2: Self watering Cantaloupe vines.
Example 3: Self watering “Crimson Sweet” Watermelon plants.
View the below photo diagram on making a self watering 2 liter bottle. This photo example shows how to build a “deep root” self watering device with recycled 2 Liter Bottles. Note: This example shows the hose length of 10 inches due to the target plant’s root depth (melon vines). Please research the plant’s root depth and adjust accordingly.
Step 1: Materials: (1) Recycled 2 Liter Bottle (2) Scissors (3) Duck Tape (4) Hose (Recycled Garden Hose)
Step 2: Cut 2 Liter Bottle with Scissors
Step 3: Layer tape 1 inch below the connection of 2 liter bottle.
Step 4: Insert hose to 2 litter bottle and layer tape.
Step 5: (a) Remove the nozzle from garden hose (b) Turn water on FULL (c) insert hose in the ground using a plunging motion (water-drilling)
Step 6: Insert 2 Liter Bottle hose into the water-drilled hole.
Step 7: Fill the 2 Liter Bottle with water.
Recycled 2 liter plastic bottles have many uses. The below photos show step-by-step instructions for making “Self Watering” planters: View the article “2 Liter Bottle Garden Examples” to see garden plants growing in the bottle garden.