Green petrol

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The sugar factories are closing down. They have given way to empty supermarkets, unemployment and (guess what?) petrol. Beetroot and petrol live side by side in many countries, like Brazil.
In Italy itís preferable to close down whoever offers alternatives to petrol. Green alternatives, less polluting, less costly. Alcoplus in Ferrara, producing biofuels is to close with the 46 employees to be sent home. The reason?
The series of closures of sugar factories has reduced the stocks of molasses from which the alcohol is produced. The competition has pressed down on the accelerator, reducing the price of the bio fuel that is produced by mixing alcohol of vegetable origin with petrol derivatives.
Thatís how the story of a distillery that produced alcohol finishes. It produced alcohol used in the best known made-in-Italy booming production of eco-fuels and cannot sell its annual production of 39,000,000 litres. Finished?
It doesnít finish. We canít allow it to finish! Companies like Alcoplus represent the present and the future.
For years, the State has financed the oil barons with our money, the ones of the Enel utility bills. One, Garrone of ERG (mp3), has been interviewed. Listen to it. Itís better than going to the Circus.
Let the employee Minister Castro intervene. He is there to protect us and to give life to companies like Alcoplus that should be multiplied, even to relaunch the sugar factories.
One, a hundred, a thousand Alcopluses. Letís send Castro an email reminder.

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Schi,etti's magnetic wind power station

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[In the drawing you can see a magnetic wind power station obtained from an ordinary wind turbine modified to work uninterruptedly all day long by means of permanent magnets. At the end of the blades you need to place neodymium magnets with opposite polarity (or attracting according to the direction of rotation, the functioning is the same). The size of magnets must be experimentally calculated until the breaking of inertia]

The easiest way is the self-construction of a magnetic wind power station. Since it doesnít require force of gravity, fuels, particular weather conditions or external interventions, the magnetic wind power station is perfect for space ships too.

You need to buy an ordinary small wind turbine and change it a little bit. You need to replace the blades with ordinary bars of aluminium, wood or any other light material, resistant and which doesnít not resist to air.

At the end of the blades you need to place some magnets. Around the flaps, on the outside, you need to place a wheel of magnets of opposite polarity. Neodymium is a good magnet.

By increasing the circle diameter youíll inevitably reach the inertia break point, thus the magnets, whatever their power, will manage to move the blades, maybe of just a bunch of millimetres.

The station produces power 24 hours per day and it pays back in about 6 months.

This link has a very good video showing some details, included that about oblique magnets which repel and generate a movement which is useful only when the threshold of inertia is crossed:

Free Energy Using Magnets
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvHb41KP7To&mode=related&search=

Permanent magnets usually are heavy metals and need screening to avoid radiations.

We do not suggest engines with low radioactivity big-size permanent magnets until in depth studies are carried put about their possible side effects.

Schi,etti's Serpentine: free water and energy for everyone by the year 2010, as promised!

Posted by: Henry Tower | August 10, 2007 11:58 AM


Plus Mr D'Angelo: HAVE FUN!

Posted by: Giuliana Capo | March 18, 2007 05:11 PM


For Enrico D'Angelo , an answer to you post of few days ago March 15, I hope you enjoy your day..... and look around for ALTRI : I am still thinking at this attack, it was not fair... even Bono U2 go to speak to mr Bush, there is no evil around and if you get the chance to let people understand another point of view it is your duty to try...., a litlle bit of sun and rest if it comes why not ? What did he say there ? I can imagine....straight on their face . Should he stay all by himself? And then everybody has to live.... Beppe is already overexposed .....what else do you want my dear friend Enrico d' Angelo, please really post in english ....people here want to have a bit of fresh air and quick ! No confusion........

Posted by: Giuliana Capo | March 18, 2007 05:08 PM


Yup, Iíve seen those heat maps and theyíre fun to look at. Iíve wondered how the data gets stored though; thereís a trade-off of granularity of the data vs. storage space..

Posted by: evden eve nakliyat | March 18, 2007 01:00 AM


Italy will never change???

Posted by: matteo valencic | March 17, 2007 09:06 PM


Bebbe, I can say that Iīm sick and tired of all those things happening because of the multinational companies and please sent my word to Castro for me, and let him know how better it would be the world if those people would shout exactly as those molasses factories. Keep them open to produce a Future for the Humanity and the World!!! Ciao Federico

Posted by: Federico Rommel | March 17, 2007 03:32 PM


Bebbe, I can say that Iīm sick and tired of all those things happening because of the multinational companies and please sent my word to Castro for me, and let him know how better it would be the world if those people would shout exactly as those molasses factories. Keep them open to produce a Future for the Humanity and the World!!! Ciao Federico

Posted by: Federico | March 17, 2007 03:31 PM


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