Emergent Technology

Below are links to information on emergent technologies that are demonstrating significant improvements over current conventional. 

Energy Efficiency

 Phi ratio (see Fibonacci sequence) design principles are being used to result in highly efficient technologies in various sectors. See:

High efficiency wind turbine

Archimedes design wind turbine

Very high efficiency impeller design  

LANR/LENR ('Cold Fusion')

Since the days of Fleischmann and Pons, things have progressed.  there are several groups getting replication of results and more is being understood as to how to maintain (nuclear) reactions (there appears to be actual element transmutation occurring, rather than 'fusion'). Even MIT has had several conferences on this topic. Could this be a new source of safe and abundant energy - and with no dangerous radiation by-products?


Cold Fusion Now 

Fleischmann Memorial Project

E-Cat world

Brilluoin Energy Corp

! > Defense briefing on LENR for U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee

Magnetic Pulse / Field Motors

Magnetic pulse / magnetic field motors of various types are emerging which appear to be making use of Maxwell's 'asymmetric' original quaternion equations that were edited into 'vector' equations after his death.see:

John Bedini's work

Keppe Motors 

Battery Technology

This key field is experiencing rapid development with many approaches, so only the occassional significant breakthrough will be posted as time allows.

There have been results by John Bedini and others (see Home page) that demonstrate non-galvanic battery power using only a mixture of salts and and lead or two dissimilar metals - no liquid! Also John Hutchinson has used only dry rocks with metal! This has not been in the mainstream of research to date. In addition, see the documented work of T. Henry Moray in the document Lost Science: Gerry Vassilatos on the Unified Field Technology Research - Resources page.

High Efficiency in ICE's

There are a number of instances of inventors using vaporization of fuel (not currently done) which results in far greater efficiencies in internal combustion engines. Other methods are being discovered also.


376 MPG in 1973

Shell Oil eco-marathon contest

Mighty Yet Tiny Engine

The Pogue Carburetor

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