Wednesday, December 5, 2012

University Uses Tesla Technology to Wirelessly Charge Electric Bus

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Utah State University presented a first-of-its-kind electric bus that is charged through wireless charging technology in a demonstration Nov. 15.

Image source: Utah State University
The Aggie Bus rolled onto the streets carrying passengers today; just 16 months after USU demonstrated the first high-power, high-efficiency wireless power transfer system capable of transferring enough energy to quickly charge an electric vehicle. In July 2011, the USU Research Foundation demonstrated 90 percent electrical transfer efficiency of five kilowatts over an air gap of 10 inches. The demonstration validated that electric vehicles can efficiently be charged with wireless technology.

USU's Wireless Power Transfer team, in cooperation with the Utah Science Technology and Research initiative's Advanced Transportation Institute at USU, has designed a more efficient way to meet the nation's transportation needs. By carefully applying a mix of modern advances in engineering and Nikola Tesla's principles of induction, USU engineer Hunter Wu and his team have solved one of today's vexing problems in WPT.


Their research has led to the development of a robust prototype, which has been fitted to the Aggie Bus. The prototype transfers power over an air gap where no physical contact is required. Wireless power transfer technology delivers a multitude of benefits to consumers that include greater reliability due to no moving parts or cords, added convenience through the elimination of plug-in charging, the assurance of safety by removing the risk of electrocution and aesthetically pleasing devices as a result of no visible wiring.

USU's Aggie Bus has achieved several significant milestones. It is the first bus developed and designed by a North American organization that is charged with wireless power transfer technology and is the world's first electric bus with WPT technology combining the three following performance metrics: A power level up to 25 kilowatts, greater than 90 percent efficiency from the power grid to the battery and a maximum misalignment of up to six inches.

"The unveiling of the Aggie Bus today is a historic achievement and a great leap forward in the science and engineering related to electric vehicles," said Robert T. Behunin, Ph.D., USU vice president of commercialization and regional development. "As a result of the work done by Utah State engineers, scientists and partners, EV owners and operators will now be able to simply drive over a pad in the ground to recharge their batteries, the benefits of which reach far beyond convenience."

WAVE Inc., a Utah State University spin-out company, worked in cooperation with the USTAR Advanced Transportation Institute to develop the Aggie Bus. WAVE tackles the problem of heavy and expensive electric vehicle batteries through wireless power that transfers electricity between vehicles and the roadway. The Aggie Bus represents a market-ready product that will be used to retire significant technical risk as WAVE moves onto full-scale projects next year.

WAVE, in partnership with the Utah Transit Authority, will launch its first commercial demonstration in mid-2013 on the University of Utah's campus. It will feature a 40-foot transit bus on a public transit route and an increase in wireless power transfer charging from 25 kilowatts to 50 kilowatts. The project has been funded by a $2.7 million TIGGER grant from the Federal Transit Administration and the University of Utah which purchased the bus. WAVE intends to deliver a commercially ready product that operates with the same reliability as current public transit bus options, including diesel and compressed natural gas buses.

How it works:


"Current battery limitations prevent an all-electric transit bus from operating all day from an overnight charge. WAVE solves that problem by charging the bus wirelessly during its daily operations when the bus stops to load and off-load passengers," said Wesley Smith, CEO of WAVE. "This technology makes electric buses competitive with their diesel hybrid and CNG counterparts."

Utah State University has refashioned the way in which it conducts its technology transfer operation. The office of Commercial Enterprises, a division of Commercialization and Regional Development, provides a one-stop-shop for industry partnership and intellectual property development. The Utah Science Technology and Research initiative is an innovative and far-reaching initiative of the Utah legislature to bolster Utah's high-tech economy by investing in university research programs and recruiting new, high caliber faculty. Utah State's wireless power transfer team is a significant part of USU's USTAR portfolio.

SOURCE Utah State University
WAVE Inc

Contact: Kate Peterson, marketing specialist, Utah State University Commercial Enterprises, (435) 770-5599, kate.peterson@usu.edu
Contact: Eric Warren, director, Media Relations, Utah State University, (435) 713-3054,eric.warren@usu.edu

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39 comments:

Robby Kush said...

So obviously the technology is here. What's the hold up?

Shadowfax said...

LARGE amounts of EMF generated by this..would you want to be sitting on the bus over this thing???

Anonymous said...

The whole flow of energy is reverse of what the future will be;

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Anonymous said...

Why? Aren't they smart enough to know how to plug it in? Also how is a 90% efficient transfer of energy green? So the bus costs twice as much as a diesel bus and they waste energy in charging the battery and someone thinks this is a good thing?

Anonymous said...

America on the cusp of a sociological revolution. This will be a driving force, along with Thorium LFTR stile reactors from China (see u-tube videos)
Imagine with me for just a moment: Had the 3 Trillions of U.S. Dollars for Iraq/Afghanistan involvement, been spent on developing the South Western U.S.A. Solar potential, by the conventional Solar/Thermal technologies of the times - where the U.S.A. Would be today? Still deeply in debt, but for an investment at home that could generate enough industry, energy, to re-pay in a calculable time period. We would be nuclear waste free (this will be our economic Armageddon - costly beyond imagination to remedy - no answer in sight) and the U.S.A. would be the richest nation on earth in clean electric energy!
What "opportunity cost" for the American peon who would follow Israel into the nuclear annihilation of Iran?

Roddy6667 said...

People worry about the miniscule amount of EMF's from cellphones and microwaves, and now we have this. This is green? This is healthy?

abinico said...

BFD - my shaving razor does this.

Anonymous said...

So what happens if a car sits over the charging pad? Or if a cyclist was to drive over it? Is someone going to get a shock or would they be exposed to too much EMF?

Anonymous said...

Gawd are you people negative. No this technology will not electrocute innocent bystanders, nor will it generate harmful amounts of EMF radiation, clue; it's wireless. Meaning no metallic conductors involved which are the major source of harmful EMF radiation. 90% efficiency is pretty good considering current transformer style chargers can only boast about 40% efficiency. Good job people!

Roddy6667 said...

EMF's are wireless.

Anonymous said...

The idiocy and negativity here knows no bounds... jesus. Talk about fear and paranoia. Do any of you even know what EMF's are? How they are generated? And what they do? This bus achieved a 90% efficiency in wireless energy tranfer. That's unheard of, and a major breakthrough. An extension cord plugged into a household outlet tends to have more loss than this. These EMF lunatics need to go the library and read before making any comments. Do you know how Telsa wireless energy transfer works? It's through resonant frequencies. A copper coil is hit with a charge, which it bounces back and forth through the rings thereby amplifying the voltage. The coil vibrates into the air with a frequency that is completely non-harmful. But if that frequency hits another copper coil, made exactly the same way as the other one, it too will start to vibrate and give off power. With this you get wireless energy transfer and generation for free. The problem has always been that the resonating coil loses 75-80% of the power of the generating coil. With 90% tranfer efficiency this thing is basically a miracle. Stop whining about non-existent EMF's and figure out how to get one of these installed in your car. Soon enough every red light in America will have these charging stations.

Anonymous said...

This is an application of what is known as an
"Isolation Transformer". Boaters at a dock use
these to get city power w.o. the dangers of
defective marina wiring, for instance. As far
as this particular panacea (yet another), it
would be interesting to see if they've looked
into the realities of northern cities (Edmonton,
Montréal, Moscow) where there are big trucks
with even bigger grates that clean the snow and
ice off the surface of the streets, all the while
doing untold damage to said surface. And ... how
about snow blowers and their accoutrements?

Anonymous said...

Wonder what the cost of materials is. Copper coils? That's it? That would be dirt cheap. They could be installed on every major road in the country, and people could install them in their own garages. This could eliminate fossil fuel-powered vehicles entirely. Getting the oil companies to allow it is another matter. They would rather squeeze every bit of profit out of society.

Anonymous said...

this was done by the Germans in the 40s - nothing new here

Anonymous said...

Anybody know what the EMF energy transfer would be to a pacemaker...or insulin pump? Humans are stupid. This one will bite us in the butt.

STEADCORE said...

Tesla invented this nearly a hundred years ago but JP Morgan stopped him when he found he couldn't meter it and we have been screwed ever since out of free electricity.

usor said...

more elctrosmog crap! It is known that high gaus levels from inductors can cause leukemia.

Anonymous said...

Wonder how many of these detrimental comments are fossil fuel guys propping up their industry?

Anonymous said...

Everyone who isn't celebrating this announcement knows absolutely nothing about Tesla, his work, or electronic theory. This really is a milestone with the potential to reshape our economy.

Alex Martin said...

reliability software-
Current power supply restrictions avoid an all-electric transportation bus from managing all day from an instantaneously charge. WAVE resolves that problem by asking for the bus easily during its daily functions when the bus prevents to fill and off-load travelers," said Wesley Cruz, CEO of WAVE.

Anonymous said...

Too lazy to plug in a plug?
Juice mostly comes from oil and coal.
Fail.

Marathon Energy said...

The anon above me has a point why not just find a plug?

The Punk Patriot said...

I'm wondering where the electricity that is transfered by the inductor comes from. The grid? If that's the case, you might as well just run your bus on coal-- you'd lose less energy converting coal directly to motion than coal to electricity to electricity to motion.

Can this be set up to reliably run on wind and solar input?

Anonymous said...

Germany have been developing hydrides (hydrogen fuel cells) to power city bus lines for a few decades, and are now developing cells that can be connected to supply energy in significantly larger scales, than automotive power---hydrogen power is the future of automotive power---wind and solar generate around 2 % of electricity to the grid, in spite of billions barry sorotoe has tossed away, and would require trillions in investment to supply the 68 % of our grid coal and biowaste provide, even if these facilities were in place energy would cost americans 40 % more for electricity, lawyers and theoretical physicists do not make very good scientists and are dumber than a sack of rocks, when it comes to economics, and matters of scale

Anonymous said...

disbarred lawyers, pseudo internet philanthropists, pretend theoretical physicists don't make good scientists and are far from successful engineering designers, nor do they understand economics or matters of scale upon considering scientific processes, but they do make good con artists, teslas founder who used the lithium ion laptop batteries stacked up in his ?, experimental tesla roadster, the the south african draft dodger by way of toronto (similar to sharper image) bought into eberhardts company, a man strapped for cash, and took it from him in the bankruptcy artist preabjudicated hostile takeover, which cost a small fortune in legal fees to overcome, thus the green car company got barry soretoes backing, along with solar city, installing cheap, near worthless, short lived, chinese solar panels on american military bases,(china doesn't use them, many bases slotted for closure, while spacex was chosen to funnel cash to for musks gift of election funds to barry, in the pretense of aerospace science privation, with no private market, another joke on common american taxpayers, using the stimulus to disable america by throwing money away on really poor ideas about energy, while Germany has now spent a few decades developing hydrogen fuel cells that do work really well for automotive energy, the future of automotive energy.

Anonymous said...

disbarred lawyers, pseudo internet philanthropists, pretend theoretical physicists don't make good scientists and are far from successful engineering designers, nor do they understand economics or matters of scale upon considering scientific processes, but they do make good con artists, teslas founder who used the lithium ion laptop batteries stacked up in his ?, experimental tesla roadster, the the south african draft dodger by way of toronto (similar to sharper image) bought into eberhardts company, a man strapped for cash, and took it from him in the bankruptcy artist preabjudicated hostile takeover, which cost a small fortune in legal fees to overcome, thus the green car company got barry soretoes backing, along with solar city, installing cheap, near worthless, short lived, chinese solar panels on american military bases,(china doesn't use them, many bases slotted for closure, while spacex was chosen to funnel cash to for musks gift of election funds to barry, in the pretense of aerospace science privation, with no private market, another joke on common american taxpayers, using the stimulus to disable america by throwing money away on really poor ideas about energy, while Germany has now spent a few decades developing hydrogen fuel cells that do work really well for automotive energy, the future of automotive energy.

Anonymous said...

Actually coal becomes cheaper to produce gasoline, when oil prices exceed 34 dollars a barrel, 1.14 a gallon, for the 23 gallons of gas a 44 gallon barrel of oil provides, while our known resources exceed the equivalent of 2 and 1/2 times saudi arabia have in gasoline from petroleum. Our biggest problem rests in the political arena, where lawyers go into for a go at lobbie green fees who write up our laws bribing the lawyers, judges, politicians to enact, and the "epa "now a political venture---They have sold us out, giving our industrial labs and factories to slave countries, who return their trash and shutter our small business sector replaced by slave goods super markets, Now we are a nation who have been sold out, our jobs , exported, while 80 % of the working class do so for near or below minimum wage, while we are ruled by world class mafia puppets, who oversee our descent toward a 3rd world nation while 25 % of our workforce are on unemployment, or, their unemployment has run out, or they are in jail, or the ever increasing minions of whites who are now homeless, denied social services reserved for the inner city welfare society orchestrated by affirmative action, homelessness, asylums prisons, early graves uncounted by those without an address for the census bureau, owing allegiance to the oval orfice press secretary who releases a gaggle of lies careful to read what is put before him, by the criminality currently occupying and destroying our nation, or trying to, but are too stupid to deal with a real demand and supply market, which goes underground when the pseudo electorate government no longer serve america, like now.

Anonymous said...

How is this a "Great Leap Forward" when its based on 70 year old technology? Tesla powered a light bulb in Manahattan from a Over Air Power source 120 miles away on Montauk Point, Long Island. And he did this 70 years ago. When will they release the actual state of technology on this planet?

B o b Breen said...

First post here .. i'm a "Bob of all trades master of some" i ride a 48 v ebike drive an old dodge truck run my 900 sqft house& workshop off a combination of 4 solarpanels- 2 wndturbines with 6 batreez in the house collection rack & 3 batreez racked in my truck.( also 2000 & 800 watt 120v inverters on truck) the local power grid was out of control expensive and ripping us off.so i closedout my account and pulled thier wires. just thought iwould mention some of that so you might understand i do think thru all the aspects of a technologies potential pros / cons if when applied to reality and given over to the use of us idiot humans .. ok you can all unruffle your feathers there are gems of unbiased intelligent informed people in here / out there in the world but lets be real 80 - 90% of the population is too busy trying to be the good consumer soldier and entitle thier kids and beat out the joneses while making 6 figures to be a redundant cog in this capitolist society and keep a boner for the wife and a 80 avg on the golf course.. yes at least 90 % have no clue how anything works cant take the time to find information and form thier own opinions about anything cant remember anything they learned in school or have it jumbled ,since all school tested was your ability memorize minucea ; "now go be a good little cog for the machine", they have no opinion but rather regurgitate some comment they heard or read "somewhere" uncorroborated but spoken like gospel. LOL.

so yup in my not so humble opinion..we're idiots we can break anything no matter how well made or thought out its design i have tried many times to make things stupidproof but stupid comes in astounding forms.

thank you to the anon who posted the condensed well informed tesla and co history yes it's been around since early in the last century but it's fantastic in the extreme and once in use the tech could have gone so many places ( has if you can beleive all the wild tech stories from area 51 wright AFB , the time travel and teleportation black ops etc..)

telsa lost as stated because it couldn't be regulated per user and charged accordingly and as far back as then the elite crew that actually makes the puppets dance wasn't going to provide anything that didnt rape the common folks and make the mega corporations 300 to 5000% profit. eg: exxon mobile made 15 billion + per quarter last year & that;s after it took as many operatingcosts deductions & writeoffs it could so given that on avg30% of that is hidden perks and profits add in another few BILLION thats with a B folks, that kind of profit is criminal too bad the guys who can make it criminal are controlled by the criminals.

question asked " how long are they going to suck us dry" HA.

B o b Breen said...

spend 2 hours to answer here only to have the message blown out by an error or something else trying to post already and your damn blog doesnt save the text at alkl ? when back chosen as it tells you to do all text gone jesus buy a better monkey to build your software

B o b Breen said...


1983 due to a fire at the fuel injection factory ford engineers had to re pipe and rewire the "tempo" to be carbuerated and still hit the epa reqs that it had been designed for designded as a fuel injected motor. owned that thing for10 years and from day 1 it got 39 mpg on the freeway 20+ around town then in 84 injected itm was back to the same as the other pos they let us use barely 23 on freway and 17 in town

we have BETTER than hydrogen fuel cells & have had it for 20 years " Zonogen" developed at SDSU in 1991 took water WATER !! 5 galls drop in 2 tablets this chem professor created and bleed off the gas it turns the water into .. it released one H molecule and kept H1-O1 a STABLE form of hydrogen. I have the original newspaper release of the 5 hour ultralight plane flight done on zonogen alone fed into the non modified engine with a natural gas type carb. the only release as an H1 molecule .. only the most abundant gas in the galaxy or so i heard somewhere LMAO

I KNEW he and zonogen would never be heard from again that's why i have the articles still.

we have no need of nuclear power stations .. palm desert there is a liquid salt power station couple hundred mirrors in concentric circles all focused on a ceramic plug heating molten salt to 2700f with an underground molten "saltbox" storage adjacent. turns out that salt holdsits heat better than any other substance known .. and THAT was known as far back as the 30s. so efficient that when deprived of 100% of sunlight for 5 days it was still over 2300f and still cranking out power at the same rate. the underground storage makes use of the insulating properties of the ground and even in northern climes once revved up to temp it's perfectly viable option only thing this plant needs after its built is the mirrors polished and replaced plus maintenance of the valves pipes and such but nuclear needs that maint times 20 or 100 since it all has to be done in radiation suits ... no spent fuel ever ! the salt just flows in a closed loop get hot make steam *( non radioactive steam ) and even if it blows out... its salt for goodness sake .. get some corncobs n butter LOL

now to address the idi..s ahhemmm less informed comments above.

"Marathon Energy said...
The anon above me has a point why not just find a plug? "

You and the others who made that comment might want to think for ,like, more than 5 seconds before you post. consider the job of a bus and it's driver throughout the day... the bus NEVER STOPS .. when the driver takes lunch another sits in for them and the bus rolls. shift change same thing. the article stated ,& i agree current batteries being the crap they are the bus can't carry enough to run all day without considerabe downtime to recharge ( i'm sure they're already using regenerative braking so dont mention how far it could extend blah blah. NOT ENUF) so in your scenario the driver should get out at every stop and plug the bus in while the passengers ? wait ? go onto the bus using the honor system? then whether there were people there or not the driver after how long ??? 30 secs? 1 min? should get out and disconect wire stow it away get back on bus rebelt himself in and go to the next friggin block to do it again !!! man you think public transportation sucks now .. LMAO

B o b Breen said...

1983 due to a fire at the fuel injection factory ford engineers had to re pipe and rewire the "tempo" to be carbuerated and still hit the epa reqs that it had been designed for designded as a fuel injected motor. owned that thing for10 years and from day 1 it got 39 mpg on the freeway 20+ around town then in 84 injected itm was back to the same as the other pos they let us use barely 23 on freway and 17 in town

we have BETTER than hydrogen fuel cells & have had it for 20 years " Zonogen" developed at SDSU in 1991 took water WATER !! 5 galls drop in 2 tablets this chem professor created and bleed off the gas it turns the water into .. it released one H molecule and kept H1-O1 a STABLE form of hydrogen. I have the original newspaper release of the 5 hour ultralight plane flight done on zonogen alone fed into the non modified engine with a natural gas type carb. the only release as an H1 molecule .. only the most abundant gas in the galaxy or so i heard somewhere LMAO

I KNEW he and zonogen would never be heard from again that's why i have the articles still.

we have no need of nuclear power stations .. palm desert there is a liquid salt power station couple hundred mirrors in concentric circles all focused on a ceramic plug heating molten salt to 2700f with an underground molten "saltbox" storage adjacent. turns out that salt holdsits heat better than any other substance known .. and THAT was known as far back as the 30s. so efficient that when deprived of 100% of sunlight for 5 days it was still over 2300f and still cranking out power at the same rate. the underground storage makes use of the insulating properties of the ground and even in northern climes once revved up to temp it's perfectly viable option only thing this plant needs after its built is the mirrors polished and replaced plus maintenance of the valves pipes and such but nuclear needs that maint times 20 or 100 since it all has to be done in radiation suits ... no spent fuel ever ! the salt just flows in a closed loop get hot make steam *( non radioactive steam ) and even if it blows out... its salt for goodness sake .. get some corncobs n butter LOL

now to address the idi..s ahhemmm less informed comments above.

"Marathon Energy said...
The anon above me has a point why not just find a plug? "

You and the others who made that comment might want to think for ,like, more than 5 seconds before you post. consider the job of a bus and it's driver throughout the day... the bus NEVER STOPS .. when the driver takes lunch another sits in for them and the bus rolls. shift change same thing. the article stated ,& i agree current batteries being the crap they are the bus can't carry enough to run all day without considerabe downtime to recharge ( i'm sure they're already using regenerative braking so dont mention how far it could extend blah blah. NOT ENUF) so in your scenario the driver should get out at every stop and plug the bus in while the passengers ? wait ? go onto the bus using the honor system? then whether there were people there or not the driver after how long ??? 30 secs? 1 min? should get out and disconect wire stow it away get back on bus rebelt himself in and go to the next friggin block to do it again !!! man you think public transportation sucks now .. LMAO

B o b Breen said...

now for real life usage of this AWESOME LEAP in tech aka how the world works if you bother to watch it with an aware & truely open mind.

the bus sits all night and grabs up a charge .. possibly from a plug there;s really no need to reinvent the wheel here at the barn and go wireless ... the driver gets the bus and eccept for the one time unplug as the day starts the drivers job hasnt changed now as the bus pulls into the designated bus stop , built into the curb is a grid to wireless tesla exchange device
in a coresponding spot on the bus is the receiver wired to the batteries.( so yes the driver will be aiming for a pad or stop point alignment marker if they can't hit a pad with a wheel they shouldn't be drivin a bus hehehe so agaijn drivers life .. no change) since starting the bus from a stop is the most power drain as the bus stops to gather or disembark passengers the auto-aligned wireless power parts align and the bus takes on whatever power it can while it;s loading with 1 50kw system thats quite a bit of juice even in the 10 to 20 secs maybenot enough to offsewt the get going again needs but some stops will be idle longer & i can easily see how it could stay ahead of the consumption curb enough to comeback to the barn with 30 % of orig charge.

add to the time saving automation of it just hookin in everytime it stops there are NO ACCESABLE moving parts at the curb for vandals to mess with .. it's invisible under a grate in the sidewalk edge and probly transfers through a polyfaced oval that wil be niether able to give a schock nor hot to the touch and releasing no more EMF DC power not AC is what teslas generate do you worry about being next to a battery ? the AC transmission lines ( didnt we set that discussion down back in like 1985?)

Usor states that " emf from guas gun inductors causes lukemia."

this just in ( a cpl years ago) from oxford university think we can trust them ?
"The results of the present studies demonstrate that exposure to EMF has no statistically significant effects on the expression of c-myc and a battery of other cancer-related genes in two in vitro human breast epithelial cell model systems. These results supplement a growing body of evidence (30–35) which suggests that alterations in oncogene or tumor suppressor gene expression are unlikely to be involved in a mechanism of EMF-induced cancer.

or try reading the following link on how elctrifying blood is curing HIV and some cancers and justmight be the fountain of youth
http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer02/BobBeckPaper.pdf

and then there was something about plows and snowblowerrs and destruction .. simple solutions a: it's got a 10 inch range it can be recessed into curb or roadbed. b" we have the abuility to melt snow around the power transfer sender so it's not burried

B o b Breen said...

we have the ability to have damn near free energy . if we could stop fighting wars for resources we could have reached the asteroid belt by now and have all the resources that the 5th planet out held before it collided with whatever trainwreck it had.. we argue for decent education the powers that be will NEVER fund education smart people ask questions. even the ones they tout as "smart" are fed the disinformation the spread to us all then show they're not that smart at all by buying into it without question. you all are guilty of telling your kids
"because i said so " if i were your kid or am nearb'll call bullshit on that .. every action expected MUST come with an answer to "WHY" if there is no good reason to why the subjects parameteres might need to be reexamined and reset until you get to the answer " because that's is how humans have evolved here on planet earth " then u can just answer i dont know maybe you can grow up and learn that answer and tell me .. if along the way or shoukld i say when the kid asks something you dont know be honest say i dont know and then be willing to set aside soime time to finsdthat answer and encourage them to learn independant of what they cram in their heads at school.


our system is broken people we have become so deep in evil and corruption and the desire for vengence.. the hatred of anyone or anything we dont understand or that we envy and the belief that you cant do anything as one person the entire planet is sodom and gamora on steriods

we soooooo need the flyby nutters to be right PLEASE send us back to the stoneage .so we can try again to make a society not devoted to killing everyone different than us & dominated by greed and ruthlessness

i'm not a doomsday prophet or conspiracy nut. but there are just a few too many indicators both ancient and current .. the egytptians talk of the horned one ( supposed dust cloud in wake of planet x ) and that the last passage was hell on earth basicly .. the warning come down thru ages sumer i believe when the moon turns red and the sun is smudged black we are about to be visited by the wanderer .. watch the sunset this week .. the red shift over the past 3 mths has been scaring me sometimes .. i live on the west coast beach and once rosey , golden red , the sunsets are increasingly a very deep red deeper than i have seen in 21 years of loving to watch them it used to be a pet education investigation of mine to have the info to debunk and tell the idi..s aheemmm less informed / lazier folks out there why thier new doomsday date was BS buuuuuttttt.. edgar casey (14,300 documented, catalogued sleep readings the mans not wrong often) ,the mayan ( supposedly bexisted 1000bc - 1500ad yet started thier calender the most accurate ever including resolving the days in a year to one more decimal point than our atomic clock by the way if you came about as a civilization why have a begin date for a calendar thats over 23,000 years before you were here? or counted in ages 5th age started 600+ years before they came about ) , the hopi,sir issaac newton, the webbot project ( oh and thanks to that project the 600 ad greek oracles cryptic " when the spiders crawl the web of the world the end of times is near" damn webbot sends out data gatherers they named spiders that go out onto the wwweb to get info packets)

B o b Breen said...

hope like hell it's not going to happen on one hand and we can find another weay to transcend mens base natureof war and conquest and ownership . but i am preparing to survive should we get slapped with the crustal shuft a pole reversal justmight create. worse comes to worse i go camping for a week with a bit more stuff than the wife and i ussualy take camping and hope like hell if it goes bang i have picked a piece of the planet that still going to be above water and not smashed to bits by a flying rock or supervolcano fallout.

i wish you all the best in the coming madness that even without the planet soo many foolds believe its coming they might self fulfiull the stupid prophesies ahhhhhhhh

did i mention we are IDIOTS !!!!!

how is it we sit by and let these few screw so many of us ?

question EVERYTHING !!

peace

Anonymous said...

One of the aspects of this concept that seems to have been so far ignored is that there is vacuum ('over-unity") activity. If resonance is being incorporated as one of the techniques to achieve the ionic field, then there is likely a hyperspatial/hyperdimensional component. Any object in either mechanical or electrical resonance is able to gate in vacuum energy. This makes over-unity COP possible without invoking "perpetual motion". It's time for quantum physics to update the tired legacy of conventional electrodynamics.

Anonymous said...

This is not Tesla technology. Tesla wireless power transmission doesn't have the conventional characteristic of diminishing electro-magnetic field by the inverse of distance squared (1/r^2).

Elizabeth J. Neal said...

The demonstration validated that vince smith electric vehicles can efficiently be charged with wireless technology.

Andrei said...

The Tesla's dream was to distribute energy using the stratosphere. The technology exists and it might be viable but nobody makes tests because the companies wouldnt know how much to bill consumers...

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