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This month we have some great new developments to share with you in the energy, propulsion, and bioenergetics arenas, which is our specialty and mission. 
Story #1 offers an amazing and vital breakthrough for increased global warming and ancillary drought conditions invading many countries near the equator even now, forcing migration and survival issues. Having fresh water available onsite is the next gold rush for millions of people so being able to literally pull it out of thin air with a newly discovered hydrogel integrated into solar panels is a Godsend. Scientists in Saudi Arabia have perfected this solar-powered invention but our reporting also includes four other references from around the world, showing the rapid proliferation of this process that even works in a desert! Hopefully, nonprofits will get on board quickly to start attracting billionaire funding, which will slow down the desperation.
Story #2 is a “world’s first” breakthrough for a renewable, carbon-removal method that recycles waste water, uses direct-air-capture, and mineralizes CO2 into calcium and magnesium carbonates which form highly stable precipitate sands at the bottom of the seafloor. The Heimdal method also creates renewable fuel and reverse ocean acidification in their base located in Hawaii. Very inspiring website too: Heimdal V1 (heimdalccu.com) .
Story #3 is exciting because it offers an alternative to lithium-ion batteries with the production of sodium-ion batteries. The extra benefit is the prediction of a very long lifetime. The Natron company is responsible for this invention and is starting mass production shortly. Here in the US, it is also noteworthy that the Natron company also received support from the US DOE “ARPA-E” grant program for energy innovations. Natron also qualifies as a leading manufacturer of sodium-ion batteries. Natron’s sodium-ion batteries also do not experience thermal runaway, making them safe for transport and disposal without the risk of fire. Check out a related article with all of the great details: natron_collateral_clarios_press_release_050422.pdf
Story #4 is about the University of Illinois Chicago collaborative team that could give fuel cell systems a competitive edge over the battery systems that currently power most electric vehicles. Findings from their “scavenger nanoparticles” experiments are reported in the science journal Nature Energy, 2022; 7 (3): 281 DOI: 10.1038/s41560-022-00988-w. The experiments showed that when the scavenger nanoparticle material was added to the reactions of fuel cell systems, hydrogen peroxide yield was suppressed to less than 2% -- a 51% reduction -- and current density decay of fuel cells was reduced from 33% to only 3%, both of which are amazing. Look forward to fuel cell powered electric vehicles soon.
Story #5 offers hope to those with cartilage loss in their joints, including the knees. As the article Osteoarthritis: Electric knee implants could help repair worn cartilage | New Scientist states, “Some research suggests that a mild electric current can encourage cartilage cells in the knee to multiply and repair damage.” Testing this with animals, a piezoelectric implant less than a millimeter thick was able to produce a mild electric current at the site of cartilage damage and successfully repaired the lost cartilage. From the history of bone repair and related cartilage repair using Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields (PEMF), a better approach to this initial experiment, that always follows such invasive surgery to produce a localized electrical current is pulsed MAGNETIC fields. That is why the EM Pulser 78, with added features of efficacy, succeeds in such applications, including osteoarthritis, since the pulsed magnetic fields at 7.8 Hertz (Schumann resonance frequency) can easily duplicate the results achieved by these pioneering biologists. See www.BioenergyDevice.org  for more information about how Drs. Becker, Bassett, and Pilla followed the same route of finding pulsed magnetic fields superior and non-invasive, in the last century while repairing bone and cartilage damage in half the time, with good intentions to follow through with osteoarthritis and osteopenia but “didn’t receive funding for it” as Dr. Pilla told me personally. History certainly repeats itself.

Tom Valone, PhD
1) Solar Panels Pull in Water Vapor to Grow Crops in the Desert
Tech Briefs.com May 2022

Using a unique hydrogel, scientists in Saudi Arabia created a solar-driven system that successfully grows spinach by using water drawn from the air while producing electricity. The proof-of-concept design, described March 1 in the journal Cell Reports Physical Science, offers a sustainable, low-cost strategy to improve food and water security for people living in dry-climate regions.

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2) World's First Ocean-Assisted Carbon Removal Plant in Hawaii
GoodNews Network May 2022

A company in middle of the Pacific has created a unique system that takes advantage of existing infrastructure to pull carbon from the ocean. The advantage of taking carbon out of the ocean is simple—it holds more carbon in less space than in the air. Furthermore, plenty of machinery already pulls water out of the ocean—desalination plants for example—so it’s a simple matter of connecting the device held in a shipping container to existing systems. In this case, the Hawai’i-based company Heimdal is taking advantage of the 50th state’s desalination plants on the Big Island.
3) Mass Production of Sodium-Ion Batteries with Near Unlimited Lifetime
Auto Revolution May 2022

Li-Ion batteries might be all the rage in electric vehicles of today, but the scarcity of raw materials will have them replaced with new chemistries based on readily available materials. Sodium-ion batteries are said to be a worthy solution, but nobody managed to build a commercially viable Na-ion battery. Natron claims it has achieved a breakthrough and is ready to start mass-production of its proprietary Na-ion battery.

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4) Scavenger Nanoparticles Could Make Fuel Cell-powered Vehicles a Reality
Science Daily March 2022

.In contrast to lithium batteries, fuel cell technology relies on catalyst-driven chemical reactions to create energy. Lithium batteries can typically achieve a range of 100-300 miles on one charge, but they also are vulnerable to the high cost of cathode materials and manufacturing and require several hours to charge. Alternatively, fuel cell systems take advantage of abundant elements such as oxygen and hydrogen and can achieve more than 400 miles on a single charge -- which can be done in under five minutes. Unfortunately, the catalysts used to power their reactions are made of materials that are either too expensive (i.e., platinum) or too quickly degraded to be practical.
5) Electric Knee Implants help Relieve Osteoarthiritis Pain
New Scientist.com

Electric Knee implants can help regenerate cartilage and relieve pain from osteoarthritis. Read our IRI blog to see the full article. IRI has many Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency devices that help alleviate pain and inflammation and help restore cartilage as well with the “Some research suggests that a mild electric current can encourage cartilage cells in the knee to multiply and repair damage.” rising,, a key finding in a many studies.

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