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Ethanol Distillers Coming

At one of our early conferences, Paul Babcock had two presentations but one was never published. It was about Ethanol and included a lot of facts that many people have never heard. Ethanol has a bad wrap by many “green” fuel advocates but their propaganda is fully debunked in this presentation.

We’ll be making this presentation available soon but we will also be making ethanol distillers available as well. There are a lot of very small desktop ones or very large ones that are out of reach for most. The one we are going to offer is perfect for a 55 gallon barrel of fermented product, which translates into a good batch of alcohol in the heated drum that feeds the distiller.

These will only be available in the U.S. and you are responsible for complying with all Federal and State Laws.

More details to come and when we announce this, they’ll probably sell out overnight and we’re accepting only a small, limited number of orders for the first production run. Lead time will be about 8 weeks or sooner before they ship from the time they are ordered.

We will not respond to any emails regarding this – please wait until the dedicated webpage is available, which will answer most questions you may have.

Stay tuned…

NEW RELEASE – From Nanobubbles to Ball Lightning by Moray B. King

From Nanobubbles to Ball Lightning by Moray B. King
From Nanobubbles to Ball Lightning by Moray B. King

From Nanobubbles to Ball Lightning by Moray B. King – In an internal combustion engine the big anomalous energy manifests from microscopic ball lightning – not hydrogen combustion. This presentation shows many resources and academic paper references that are involved with the latest research in this field. You will also learn how you may be able to make your own nanobubbles using various methods of cavitation to create what just may be microscopic ball lightning in your engine. Release date – August 18, 2016. Learn more: From Nanobubbles to Ball Lightning