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It is very rare when I can share something so momentous as “Science and God” but that is the title of a second annual international Conference to which I was privileged to be invited, remotely of course. It is called ISCG2 and I would like to let you see and hear the Session 1 entitled, “Unraveling the Secrets of the Universe” with a special Vimeo link. It starts with possibly the most amazing lecture on “The Energy Cure: Unraveling the Mystery of Hands-On Healing”, which is also the title of Dr. Bill Bengston’s book. Bill is the President of the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) and has done extensive research into “Anomalous Healing” mainly with mice so the double blind testing is quite convincing. His cures of cancer and the details of his findings are actually astonishing (only 30 minutes long). It is followed by Dr. Dean Radin, from the Noetics Institute, who we had as a speaker at COFE12 (now on YouTube and futurenergy.org). Hope you enjoy this FREE bioenergetics treat during the long weekend coming up.
On another note, the next Mars Innovation Forum is happening online this week for three days.
Our First Story shows the future of flying soldiers at sea. Jetpacks are the next issued equipment apparently for that spectacular entry. The short video is quite breathtaking to watch.
The Second Story is about our colleague Dr. Garret Moddel’s group who are pursuing the Zero Bias Diode research that IRI is doing as well. However, with the Colorado University sponsorship, they are now announcing a breakthrough with a four-layer approach using metal and insulating layers. The lab-manufactured chip is able to harvest energy from the infrared range that usually escapes detection by solar collectors. The journal article is open access.

The Third Story unveils an interesting German Mahle company which has several great inventions but a new electric motor with no magnets and still a 95% efficiency is quite noteworthy. Besides the Press Release cited below their 3-minute video is quite good . The Mahle company also has a standstill air conditioning unit with no compressor https://www.mahle.com/en/research-and-development/innovations/.
Our Fourth Story is more of a physicist’s dream come true: a macroscopic experience of quantum entanglement that overcomes the Uncertainty Principle. Their second published paper is the best: https://science.sciencemag.org/content/372/6542/625.
The Fifth Story shows that even on the other side of the world, completely renewable hydrogen (green hydrogen) is possible. While even the nuclear industry claims to be able to produce hydrogen, the environmental cost is also a big factor. In Australia, not only will the new Energy Estate consortium be replacing a big chunk of the coal industry but they will be using wind and solar energy to produce hydrogen which can be quite versatile for running equipment that normally burns fuel (coal, gas, petrol or oil). https://www.hydrogenfuelnews.com/hydrogen-valley/8545278/?mc_cid=040ab12820&mc_eid=ea049a8959

Onward and Upward!

Tom Valone, PhD
1) Gravity has Built the World's Fastest JetPack

Futurism.com May 2021

The company’s “Iron Man”-like jetpack suit combines an impressive 1,050 horsepower of thrust, from four mini jet engines strapped to each forearm, with the dexterity and balance of its wearer.
Thanks to that immense power, Gravity Industries founder Richard Browning was able to reach the “fastest speed in a body controlled jet engine powered suit,” according to the Guinness Book of World Records, back in 2019.
2) New MIM Diode Energy Harvester
Scitech Daily May 2021

Scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder have tapped into a poltergeist-like property of electrons to design devices that can capture excess heat from their environment — and turn it into usable electricity.
The researchers have described their new “optical rectennas” in a paper published today (May 18, 2021) in the journal Nature Communications. These devices, which are too small to see with the naked eye, are roughly 100 times more efficient than similar tools used for energy harvesting. And they achieve that feat through a mysterious process called “resonant tunneling” — in which electrons pass through solid matter without spending any energy.
3) Mahle Unveils Magnet Free Electric Motor with 95% Efficiency
MotorOne.com May 2021

It's basically maintenance-free.
Almost five years ago, Honda announced it has developed the world’s first practical application of a hot deformed neodymium magnet that does not contain rare earth metals. At the time, this was considered an important breakthrough for the industry as this practically meant Honda could produce electric motors without heavy rare earth metals such as dysprosium and/or terbium. Now, Mahle has taken things to the next level.

4) Quantum Entanglement at Macroscopic Scale-Incredible

Quantum entanglement is the binding together of two particles or objects, even though they may be far apart – their respective properties are linked in a way that's not possible under the rules of classical physics. It's a weird phenomenon that Einstein described as "spooky action at a distance", but its weirdness is what makes it so fascinating to scientists. In new researchquantum entanglement has been directly observed and recorded at the macroscopic scale – a scale much bigger than the subatomic particles normally associated with entanglement.
5) Completely Renewable Hydrogen headed to Australia
Hydrogen News May 2021

Local and global energy companies are supporting this hydrogen valley proposal. The consortium submitting the proposal was led by Energy Estate, the renewable power advisory company. It intends to produce green H2 using wind and solar energy. This hydrogen will then be used for transport, mining and industrial feedstock in the upper Hunter Valley. The intention is to accelerate its transition as a potential replacement for the coal industry in that region.

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