Twitter Censors Pfizer-Injured Israeli COVID Vaccine Director

Boffin suggested that the monkeypox outbreak was connected to mRNA vaccines Kanekoa’s Newsletter | August 13, 2022 Professor Shmuel Shapira, M.D., MPH, served as the Director General of the Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) between 2013 and 2021, where he led Israel’s effort to develop a coronavirus vaccine. Prof. Shapira is also the founder […]

Twitter Censors Pfizer-Injured Israeli COVID Vaccine Director

Ammonia & Fuel Cells

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January 2019

PEM Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles
A number of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers have commenced making Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV’s) in recent years. These vehicles have PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) fuel cells which are fueled by hydrogen gas carried on board in high pressure gas tanks. The fuel cells provide a very efficient conversion of the energy contained in the hydrogen fuel, into electricity to propel the vehicle. This conversion efficiency is much higher than that achieved using the hydrogen fuel in an internal combustion engine and it is therefore likely that the FCEV’s will be the carbon free way forward rather than hydrogen fueled combustion engines. The leading manufacturers of FCEV’s are:
– Toyota with their Mirai
– Hyundai with their Nexo
These FCEV’s have high pressure 700 bar hydrogen gas tanks on board to achieve a reasonable energy density. The vehicles can be re fueled…

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The QUANT: A Fast Electric car that really Works on a Saltwater solution, and a Battery that never Wears Out.

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Sounds too good to be true, but this car exists already with limited public sales beginning this year (2016). It first came out as the super expensive Quant e-Sportlimosine  prototype and now the Quantino family saloon (see QUANTINO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5Ic8XI3GlM) . The advantage, for you and the planet,  is you need no oil or electricity, just fill up with 2 ‘cheap salty solutions’. The QUANT is projected to finally cost similar to other electric cars

The Quantino runs on a 'cheap totally non toxic salty solution'.. no burn involved, infinite battery life. In principle you don't even need special filling stations for non toxic fuel. Of course you still have the climate and environment damage from vehicle construction.
The Quantino runs on a ‘cheap totally non toxic salty solution’.. no burn involved, battery doesn’t wear out. In principle you don’t even need special filling stations for non toxic fuel. Of course you still have the climate and environmental damage from vehicle construction.

By Carolanne Wright  Contributing writer for Wake Up World.. shared with thanks.

Not so long ago, excitement rose to a fevered pitch with the announcement of a budget Tesla car slated to hit…

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How to DUMP Fossil Fuels… Alex Lightman.. CO2-free fuel

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At last a major ‘tech guru’ is in favour of green-NH3, the non-fossil aand CO2-free fuel that has always existed, suppressed by the fossil fuel industry. (See Ted Talk below). We’ve been saying it for years with zero impact. all combustion motors can be run on green NH3, cutting climate destroying gases by 30% and abolishing air pollution, saving millions from an agonizing death.

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Alex Lightman has challenged the oil giants, with

Its a huge advance for green-NH3 (ie.  ammonia from renewables) and comes hard on the heels of Toyota’s CO2-free ammonia prototype sportscar..  and the proposal to convert part…

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Life-cycle greenhouse gas and energy balance of community-scale wind powered ammonia production

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NH3 Fuel Association

Joel Tallaksen* (1), Fredric Bauer (2), Christian Hulteberg (2), Michael Reese (1), and Serina Ahlgren (3)
(1) West Central Research & Outreach Center, University of Minnesota
(2) Department of Chemical Engineering, Lund University, Sweden,
(3) Department of Energy and Technology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

11th Annual NH3 Fuel Conference, September 23, 2014

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Hydrogen from Ammonia breakthrough for car fuels

Hydrogen breakthrough could be a game-changer for the future of car fuels

Jun 24, 2014 by Marion O’sullivan

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2014-06-hydrogen-breakthrough-game-changer-future-car.html#jCp

1st published June 24 2014    by Marion O’sullivan

Nature's Hydrogen TankUK researchers today announced what they believe to be a game changer in the use of hydrogen as a “green” fuel. Continue reading “Hydrogen from Ammonia breakthrough for car fuels”

Fill her up… with ammonia! NH3 fuel is carbon-free

Looking to the past for the fuel of the future

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IN NOVEMBER 1942, Belgium’s public bus system ground to a halt, crippled by a wartime shortage of diesel.

The standstill caused chaos. Engineers at the country’s public transport company got to work and by April 1943 the service was up and running again. They had adapted about 100 buses to run on an alternative fuel – liquid ammonia, pumped into tanks on the buses’ roofs.

The experiment was short-lived, but it proved the point that ammonia – plus a small amount of coal gas to help combustion – could be used as a transport fuel.

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Seventy years later, ammonia may be ready to ride to the rescue again. As a fuel it has a number of attractive attributes. It doesn’t release carbon when burned, is relatively easy to store and transport, and could take advantage of an existing infrastructure of storage tanks, transport ships and pipelines.

These attributes give ammonia an edge over hydrogen, long touted as the fuel of the future in a hypothetical “hydrogen economy”. It also has certain advantages over electricity, which has storage problems of its own.

Ammonia isn’t a panacea. Conventional production consumes a lot of energy, the infrastructure is still dwarfed by that for petroleum, and engines would need to be modified to run on pure ammonia (like Belgium’s buses, most experimental vehicles need some conventional fuel mixed in with the ammonia).

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But interest is growing in new production processes that use renewable energy (see “Grab ammonia out of thin air for fuel of the future“). If successful they could form the seeds of a low-carbon “ammonia economy” – which would actually be a hydrogen economy of sorts, with ammonia acting as the storage medium for hydrogen.

The road to a low-carbon future won’t be straightforward, and it seems certain that we will need a range of energy sources to arrive there in good time.

Ammonia ought to be part of the mix.

This article appeared in print under the headline “Fill her up… with ammonia”

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much more info here

https://co2freefuelexistsnow.wordpress.com/

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Looking to the past for the fuel of the future

natures-hydrogen-tank

IN NOVEMBER 1942, Belgium’s public bus system ground to a halt, crippled by a wartime shortage of diesel.

The standstill caused chaos. Engineers at the country’s public transport company got to work and by April 1943 the service was up and running again. They had adapted about 100 buses to run on an alternative fuel – liquid ammonia, pumped into tanks on the buses’ roofs.

The experiment was short-lived, but it proved the point that ammonia – plus a small amount of coal gas to help combustion – could be used as a transport fuel.

amveh-x250

Seventy years later, ammonia may be ready to ride to the rescue again. As a fuel it has a number of attractive attributes. It doesn’t release carbon when burned, is relatively easy to store and transport, and could take advantage of an existing infrastructure…

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