The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind is an excellent movie about a 13 year old Malawian boy named William who is living in a village that is facing a famine. His deep burning desire pushes him to learn what he needs to in order to cobble together a wind powered generator that powers a pump and saves the village.
I just watched this the other night and although it is extremely rudimentary, its a great story about desire, innovation and spirit. Every young child has something to learn from this as it is a story of determination and commitment, which is obviously important for their character.
Moray King has been a thought leader in the field of breakthough energy technologies for many decades. We were honored to have him present at our 2016 Energy Science & Technology Conference and you can find his presentation here: http://emediapress.com/morayking/nanobubbles/
He now has a new book called Water: The Key to New Energy: Cavitating Electrolyzers & Zero-Point Energy and you can pre-order it on Amazon right now.
Here is the book description: Physicist King expands, with diagrams, on how zero-point water energy can be used with the tremendous fluctuations of electrical field energy embedded within the fabric of space. King explains how gas emitted from popular water electrolyzer projects manifests unusual energetic anomalies, which include vaporizing tungsten when used in a welding torch, and running internal combustion engines on small quantities of the gas. Some claim to run generators in closed loop fashion solely on the gas from the electrolyzer, which is powered solely from the generator. Most investigators believe the energy comes from burning hydrogen. A hypothesis is proposed that the dominant energy does not come from hydrogen, but rather it comes from charged water gas clusters, which activate and coherently trap zero-point energy. Cavitating the water in the electrolyzers appears to maximize gas and energy production. Packed with diagrams, patents and photos.