Posts Tagged ‘Energy’

Bladeless Wind Turbines: Tesla Technology That’s Revolutionizing Energy Production

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A number of cities and municipalities in countries across the world have banned wind turbines due to their many disadvantages. Current wind turbines with rotating blades are visually obstructive, mechanically inefficient, cause noise pollution, and have been reported to have detrimental health effects on residents living near them.  Furthermore, bladed wind turbines have also proven…

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Thorium Superfuel: A Clean, Safe, and Abundant Energy Source?

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Thorium is a weakly radioactive metallic element that’s number 90 on the periodic table.  It is silver in color but tarnishes black when oxidized, forming thorium dioxide.  Thorium is hard yet malleable and has a high melting point. While uranium nuclear reactors, like the ones commonly used today, utilize uranium directly, thorium nuclear reactors derive…

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The Water Vortex Power Plant for Clean and Sustainable Energy

The water vortex power plant is a type of micro hydro (energy generated from moving water) turbine energy production system which converts energy from a liquid vortex into electricity.  The vortex, which powers the turbine, occurs above the central drain of the water vortex power plant. Greek-Australian Lawyer and Inventor Paul Kouris first patented the…

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US Fracking Wells Produce 280 Billion Gallons of Toxic Waste Water Annually

Fracking Generated 280 Billion Gallons of toxic wastewater in 2012 – enough to submerge Washington, D.D. in a 22-foot deep toxic lagoon. A new report has emerged showing that the practice generated 280 billion gallons of toxic waste last year – containing cancer-causing and radioactive substances. Fracking a single well can use between two and…

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Wind Turbines Causing Health Problems to People Living Near Them

Windmills may be an environmentally friendly alternative energy source but they also cause debilitating health problems, say people who live near them. Wind turbines are popping up in rural communities around the world, including Canada, in the hope that they will reduce reliance on coal and other sources for power. Currently, there are about 1,500…

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