Category Archives: Technology

Reporting on how close we are to blowing ourselves up… or preventing said event.

Thorium can be useful

Liquid Flouride Thorium Reactor …. the movie!

STS-135 and ISS filmed in daylight – 7/17/11

The final mission of the space shuttle, captured 1.25 hours after sunrise. Tracked with an 8″ LX200 Classic Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/10 using Brent Boshart’s Satellite Tracker software. Recorded with a modified Samsung SDC-435. 1/500 sec exposure, AGC off. This is the raw video with no edits other than trimming.

Zero-Point Energy Extraction from the Quantum Vacuum


This is Tom Valone’s amazing video lecture Zero-Point Energy Extraction from the Quantum Vacuum (2004) where he gives a great overview of the various methods to extract free energy directly from the quantum vacuum to power our homes and machines. Today we face a destabilizing dependency on irreplaceable fossil fuels which are also rapidly dwindling. A real need exists for a portable source of power that can compete with fossil fuel and its energy density. A further need exists for a fuelless source of power which, by definition, does not require re-fueling. One possible source could be zero-point energy (ZPE). A major feasibility study by Valone’s Integrity Research Institute placed its emphasis on the practical potential for ZPE energy conversion, especially in view of recent advances in nanotechnology, than in the theory. With primary reference to the works of Casimir, Pinto, Mead and Milonni, key principles for the proposed extraction of energy for useful work are identified and analyzed. These principles fall into the thermodynamic, fluidic, mechanical, and electromagnetic areas of primary, forcelike quantities that apply to all energy systems. A search of ZPE literature reveals that these principles also apply to the quantum level

USSR plug oil leak using nuclear blast

Solar Field Cam

Mosquito sentry gun

Ever wanted to see mosquitoes being shot down by mini laser beams at 1/10th of a second? Well now you can.

Mosquito Shootdown Sequence – High definition

These high speed photographic images of mosquitoes were captured by Intellectual Ventures Laboratory scientists using a Vision Research Phantom V12.1, shooting at up to 6,000 frames per second.

Remote control shopping mall cam




– At this time it appears to be down