ENERGY of the FUTURE

- PROPULSION -
- TRANSPORTATION -



PROPULSION SYSTEMS
AUTOMOTIVE and OTHER ENGINES
Here are some examples of the FREE or environmentally-friendly energy sources which may be powering all electrical generators in the very near future (i.e. when suppression of information comes to an end) and energy-saving procedures in various fields.

Cosmic enenrgy will be the initial power source followed later by dodeca energy.


UFOs & "The HUTCHISON EFFECT"
(2 min 29 sec video)


Further video on the work of
Canadian Scientist JOHN HUTCHISON
(9 min 23 sec video)


COMPRESSED AIR CAR
TV Report by Kellie Morgan from from Channel Ten News in Australia

How PBS/Chevron killed oil crisis solution

Watch also OIL COMPANY MATHS

and visit ALCOHOL CAN BE A GAS


ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Who Killed the Electric Car?

Killing the Electric Car - USA [Downloading this video forbidden!!]

Henry Ford's HEMP CAR
Henry Ford & Rudolf Diesel Against Petroleum - Part 1

Part 2

CARS that run on AIR
2009 Geneva Motor Show:
MDI Compressed Air Car

Japanese to mass produce CARS that run off WATER!

Converting A Car To Run on Water -
Cars Burning Hydrogen DIY Plans


Convert your car to BURN WATER !!

They've used water in their engines
[in FRENCH with ENGLISH sub-titles]

A Revolutionary SCOOTER or "e-BIKE"
from VOLKSWAGEN

Designed to fit in the spare tire well of a car, the bik.e has a range of 20 km (12 miles) and a top speed of 20 km/hr, believed to be dictated by German law which would require a rider to wear a helmet above that speed. It's believed the bik.e can be charged both from regular household AC current, as well as from the car's DC power system.

According to Dr. Ulrich Hanckenberg, VW's head of R&D, Volkswagen plans to put the bik.e into production with marketing and sales going through an arm of the company that sells VW-branded accessories. No price on the electric bik.e was announced at the unveiling at Auto China 2010, now when it will be available and where.

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