EDIT – Denis Garnier on Facebook brought this to my attention: Aaron, the Greek inventor is named Petros Evangelou Zografos (Makis Triantafillopoulos is just a well known journalist in Greece who presented the Zografos invention at the TV in the presence of some scientists ). His invention is protected by the patent n° GR1007830 (METHOD AND DEVICE FOR WATER ELECTROLYSIS AND PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN TO BE USED AS COMBUSTIBLE UPON UTILISATION OF COMBINED FREQUENCIES) … Here is one of the Makis Triantafillopoulos recorded presentation (in greek) of Petros Zografos invention powering a genset … Have a nice week-end !!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA7UseeKEvM
Makis Triantafillopoulos in Greece claims to have created a moped that runs on water.
He uses milliwatts of RF to separate hydrogen from salt water – this process is reminiscent of the late John Kanzius who was able to “burn” salt water.
This is a Greek website translated into English so it won’t be a perfect translation, but it is understandable. The formula to his claim is not revealed as it appears he is waiting for worldwide patent protection.
You’ve probably heard of Smart Meters – something else significant from Spokane is that one of the largest manufacturers of Smart Meters is based right here and we’re all to familiar with the local power company wanting to start placing these contraptions on homes while replacing perfectly good analog meters.
Whether you are familiar with the pro and con claims for Smart Meters, it is a good idea to inform yourself and decide whether or not you want to let your power company install one because in most places, it is up to you to refuse them. In any case, here is a free video that will definitely make you think twice: https://takebackyourpower.net/free-viewing/
That free viewing expires December 1st at Midnight Pacific Standard Time.
Here is a video showing a Plasma Ignition setup on a gasoline generator, which supplied power to a home during the day and charged up a big battery bank. Then at night when the loud noise wasn’t welcome, the generator was turned off and everything needed ran on a battery bank.
This is also the first time the Plasma Ignition setup on the gasoline generator was explained on video. If you want more info on the Plasma Ignition – visit http://ignitionsecrets.com.
I did use small scale solar not shown in the video using both crystalline and thin film solar panels – get the Free book here: http://freesolarsecrets.com
In some third world countries, when the sun goes down, there is no light for the people. If there is, it is usually a kerosine lamp that burn indoors. The light is useful, but some claim that one night of breathing in the fumes is the same as smoking 40 cigarettes. And to top it off, 20% of a family’s income every week pays for the fuel.
The folks at LEDsafari are doing some great work using a very simple method. They use a cell phone battery with the electronics removed, an LED, a switch and a small solar cell to build a low cost solar lamp.
Little by little their method is getting a bit more sophisticated. LEDsafari is now adding a diode to keep the battery from sending power to the solar cell and burning it up. Also, a resistor is added to limit the current the battery delivers to the LED so it lasts longer. Total cost is about $2.00.
There are some simple ways to improve upon these methods. But for now, this project has been a blessing for thousands of people. Without LEDsafari’s solar lamp program, many would be sitting in the dark or spending money just to breath unhealthy fumes. This just shows that something so small and simple really can make a huge difference in people’s lives!
Saving Money, Reducing Fuel & Increasing Health
The income savings and health benefits are obviously priceless. It is important to understand this isn’t a hand-out. LEDsafari holds workshops to teach people how to empower themselves by learning how to build their own solar lamp! Just look how happy those kids are in the picture up above. This is not just a technical skill, but a way to increase their self-esteem and build confidence in the fact that they can help themselves.
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