Cultural Conditioning     People used to think the Earth was flat and everything                revolved around the Earth ...
The people of the world seem to be pretty much just                   “meat robots.”They seem to live their lives based up...
Part #1
“Hawaii is unique among the 50 states for itslopsided dependence on petroleum. In 2008,petroleum provided nearly 85 percen...
“Energy costs are about 10 percent of Hawaii’s gross state product.Most of the energy costs are spending on petroleum and ...
“Clearly, it is in the state’s best economic interests  to reduce Hawaii’s dependence on imported oil.    High oil price v...
“Clean, locally developed, renewable energy will, in the long run,boost Hawaii’s economy. The land, the sea, the wind, and...
“The goal declared in the HCEI is to transformHawaii to a 70 percent clean energy economy by2030, and reaping all the atte...
“The plan recognized that the transformation toa clean energy economy includes many complexchallenges and issues.The HCEI ...
Hawaii Electric Consumption 1970 - 2010
For the County of Maui, we are looking at,             according to a MECO spokeswoman: Expense to produce electricity for...
Now, for the entire State of Hawaii, we are looking at   Closer to $ 3B+ per year being spent for           Imported Fossi...
Do you think we have a little ‘wiggle room’?
In order to get part/all of that $3 B/yr,we won’t be selling energy, necessarily. We can manufacture, sell, lease, rent,an...
Competition? What Competition?
Wind?
Why the £250 wind power industry could be the greatest scam of our age             – and here are the three ‘lies’ that pr...
Breaking Wind!
“There is no way we can hope to make up more than a fraction of the resulting energy gap solely with wind turbines, forthe...
Breaking more Wind!
Rare Earth Processing Plant in China.Where they process the neodymium found in wind generators.       See url: < http://wi...
Toxic tailings pond at rare earth processing plant in China:   URL: < http://wind-watch.org/pix/655 >
Broken Wind?1.5.3 Total Firm Capacity on MauiThe total firm generating capacity on Maui is 262.3 MW - net,including both ME...
The 30 MW Kaheawa Wind Power, LLC, independent power producer("IPP") wind farm resource was added to the Maui system on Ju...
PV?
“(PV)...output during the first half of 2012.The PV facility does not affect the Lanai systemcapability becauseit is an as-...
Lenny, the owner, general manager of an office building on Maui, says,“Solar is a perfect fit for us, because we only use th...
But as far as people who need electricity        when the sun isn’t shining:     “The installation of this PV resource   d...
Hydro-Electric?
(VI) “On September 22,2006, Makila Hydro, LCC, an IPP,completed construction of a 500 kW hydro-electric facilityand commen...
Geo-Thermal?
In Hawaii County, the geothermal resourcehas been playing an important role inelectricity generation.In 2009, 15% of the B...
15% !
Part #2
Remember our Greek friend, Archimedes? Buoyancy:      “A body immersed in a       fluid experience’s a   buoyant, or ‘upwa...
From Archimedes discovery of buoyancy, we get:        “Pressure Differential:”    the key to “renewable  energy       ,”  ...
What does this mean?                  It means that “A 30 foot high, one inch diameter column of water                    ...
Me, with theInventor and his   wife, Sandy,standing in frontof the “proof ofconcept model.”
One ZED in operation to give you a chance to think about how it works.                            It is patented.
For more information and insight, go to:                 HER Web Site: < http://www.hydroenergyrevolution.com/ >          ...
Well, what do you think?   Do you feel ready to talkabout what I/we need in order to    move this forward andWhat your par...
Before we go any further,  I need to know what you need/want and  what you can do for me and the inventor.       Remember,...
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A brief introduction and reminder of of the energy market here in the most isolated group of inhabited islands in the entire world - Hawaii - where we have to import ALL of our fossil fuel.

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    1. 1. Cultural Conditioning People used to think the Earth was flat and everything revolved around the Earth (?)~1540’ s CE (or AD): Copernicus, proposed that the Earth orbited the Sun, not the other wayaround. This was known as “The Copernican Revolution” or “helio-centrism.”~1600’s CE Galileo Galilei was investigated by the Roman Inquisition in 1615 CE for his support of Copernicus’s helio-centrism.~2250 years before the above scientists, an early Greek thinker, Archimedes, while getting into his bathtub, realized the principle of buoyancy. Sailors had known about buoyancy since man began sailing the seas. Archimedes was able to quantify it and use his realization to solve problems. Buoyancy: “A body immersed in a fluid experiences a buoyant, or ‘upward’ force equal to the weight of the fluid the body displaces.” We will get back to buoyancy later, as we look at the situation in which we currently find ourselves.
    2. 2. The people of the world seem to be pretty much just “meat robots.”They seem to live their lives based upon their education,training, upbringing, belief systems, ideas, cultural memes, TV, radio, newspapers, now ‘blogs,’ etc. Very few humans ever come up with New Ways of looking at the same Old Reality. The inventor of this device has, indeed, been inspired tothink about the same Old reality in a New and useful way.
    3. 3. Part #1
    4. 4. “Hawaii is unique among the 50 states for itslopsided dependence on petroleum. In 2008,petroleum provided nearly 85 percent of totalenergy consumed in Hawaii, much higher than the national average of 37.5 percent.This makes Hawaii the most vulnerable state in the nationto disruptions in the world oil markets. Whenever theoil price has fluctuated, Hawaii’s economy has beensignificantly affected.” Renewable Energy in Hawaii, June, 2011
    5. 5. “Energy costs are about 10 percent of Hawaii’s gross state product.Most of the energy costs are spending on petroleum and roughly 90percent of the spending on petroleum not only leaves the state,but goes to countries outside the U.S.A region’s economic vitality is reduced by a multiplied effectfor every dollar that leaves the region as a result of taking cashout of circulation in the economy through import payments.” Renewable Energy in Hawaii, June, 2011
    6. 6. “Clearly, it is in the state’s best economic interests to reduce Hawaii’s dependence on imported oil. High oil price volatility makes it crucial to any rational economic planning. Limited oil reserves around the world make it increasingly critical.” Renewable Energy in Hawaii, June, 2011
    7. 7. “Clean, locally developed, renewable energy will, in the long run,boost Hawaii’s economy. The land, the sea, the wind, and the sun are all capable of providing virtually limitless amounts of indigenous energy.Hawaii’s abundant renewable energy resources and energy efficiencytechnologies will make it possible within a relatively short period oftime.In order to provide a framework to help realize this vision, the HawaiiClean Energy Initiative (HCEI) was launched in 2008. It was anunprecedented collaboration by the State of Hawaii and the U.S.Department of Energy to transform the energy foundation of Hawaii toclean energy, using Hawaii’s own renewable and indigenous energyresources, within a single generation.” Renewable Energy in Hawaii, June, 2011
    8. 8. “The goal declared in the HCEI is to transformHawaii to a 70 percent clean energy economy by2030, and reaping all the attendant economic andenvironmental benefits of such transformationincluding, increasing Hawaii’s energy andeconomic security, fostering and demonstratingHawaii’s innovation, building the work force forthe future, and servings a clean energy modelfor the U.S. and the world.” Renewable Energy in Hawaii, June, 2011
    9. 9. “The plan recognized that the transformation toa clean energy economy includes many complexchallenges and issues.The HCEI strategy is based on a deploymentprocess that supports each energy sectorseparately, as well as an integrated framework thatcoordinates the processes in a holistic fashion.” Renewable Energy in Hawaii, June, 2011 ….. For more information on READ, go to: http://hawaii.gov/dbedt/info/economic
    10. 10. Hawaii Electric Consumption 1970 - 2010
    11. 11. For the County of Maui, we are looking at, according to a MECO spokeswoman: Expense to produce electricity for All of Maui County = $ 395.5 M/yr. Expense for FIXED costs; maintenance; salaries; etc = $ 138.0 M/yr;Expenses for Non-renew, Fossil-fuels to produce “Firm” electric = $ 257.5 M/yr. That’s $257.5 M/Yr, for just Maui County, That money is spent on imported fossil fuel. Some of which $$ we could be diverting to our device, which does/will not use Fossil Fuel or any Non-renewable Fuels.
    12. 12. Now, for the entire State of Hawaii, we are looking at Closer to $ 3B+ per year being spent for Imported Fossil Fuels. ~ $ 3 Billion+ / year in Hawaii!
    13. 13. Do you think we have a little ‘wiggle room’?
    14. 14. In order to get part/all of that $3 B/yr,we won’t be selling energy, necessarily. We can manufacture, sell, lease, rent,and maintain the units we sell, lease, rent. Or, we can license the entire processto another party and let them do it all.For licensing, we get an agreed upon %.
    15. 15. Competition? What Competition?
    16. 16. Wind?
    17. 17. Why the £250 wind power industry could be the greatest scam of our age – and here are the three ‘lies’ that prove it:Christopher Booker — February 2011
    18. 18. Breaking Wind!
    19. 19. “There is no way we can hope to make up more than a fraction of the resulting energy gap solely with wind turbines, forthe simple and obvious reason that wind is such an intermittent and unreliable energy source.Meanwhile, this country will soon be facing a colossal energy gap, while relying on politically unreliable countries such asRussia and Algeria for gas supplies.What we are seeing, in short, is the price we are beginning to pay for the past two decades, during which our energy policyhas become hopelessly skewed by the siren calls of the environmentalists, first in persuading our politicians to switch fromcoal and not to build any more nuclear power stations, and then to fall for the quixotic dream that we could gamble ourcountry’s future on the free and clean power of wind and sun.All over the EU, other politicians are waking up to the dead-end to which this madness has been leading us. The Danes, who have built more wind turbines per head than anyone, have realised the idiocy of a policy that has given them the highest electricity prices in Europe, while they have to import much of their power from abroad.In Spain, their rush for wind and solar power has proved a national disaster. In Germany, having built more turbines thanany other country in the world, they are now building new coal-fired stations like crazy.In Holland, meanwhile, they have now given two fingers to the EU by slashing all their renewables subsidies.Only in Britain is our political class still so imprisoned in its infatuation with wind that it is prepared to court thisdangerously misguided pipedream.”Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1361316/250bn-wind-power-industry-greatest-scam-age.html#ixzz26nDwPhY5
    20. 20. Breaking more Wind!
    21. 21. Rare Earth Processing Plant in China.Where they process the neodymium found in wind generators. See url: < http://wind-watch.org/pix/656 >
    22. 22. Toxic tailings pond at rare earth processing plant in China: URL: < http://wind-watch.org/pix/655 >
    23. 23. Broken Wind?1.5.3 Total Firm Capacity on MauiThe total firm generating capacity on Maui is 262.3 MW - net,including both MECO and HC&S generation. The Maui Divisionstotal system capacity would be reduced by 16 MW if HC&S doesnot continue its operations beyond the December 31, 2014termination date of the existing power purchase contract.
    24. 24. The 30 MW Kaheawa Wind Power, LLC, independent power producer("IPP") wind farm resource was added to the Maui system on June 9, 2006.The installation of this wind resource will not affect the systemcapability because the wind resource is an as-available resource,which is not dispatchable and cannot provide given amounts ofpower at scheduled times.On September 22,2006, Makila Hydro, LCC, an IPP, completed constructionof a 500 kW hydro-electric facility and commenced providing energy to theMaui system. The installation of this hydro resource does not affect thesystem capability because the hydro resource is an as-availableresource, which is not dispatchable and cannot provide given amounts ofpower at scheduled times.
    25. 25. PV?
    26. 26. “(PV)...output during the first half of 2012.The PV facility does not affect the Lanai systemcapability becauseit is an as-available resource.”“The installation of this PV resource does not affect thesystem capability because the PV resource is an asavailable resource, which is not dispatchable andcannot provide given amounts of power at scheduledtimes.”
    27. 27. Lenny, the owner, general manager of an office building on Maui, says,“Solar is a perfect fit for us, because we only use this building during the daytime, when the sun is shining.The installation of more PV panels should completely stop our electric meters - ?”
    28. 28. But as far as people who need electricity when the sun isn’t shining: “The installation of this PV resource does not affect the system capability because the PV resource is an “as available” resource, which is not dispatchable and cannot provide given amounts of power at scheduled times.”
    29. 29. Hydro-Electric?
    30. 30. (VI) “On September 22,2006, Makila Hydro, LCC, an IPP,completed construction of a 500 kW hydro-electric facilityand commenced providing energy to the Maui system.The installation of this hydro resource:does not affect the system capability because thehydro-resource is an as-available resource, which is not dispatchable and cannot provide given amounts of power at scheduled times.(V) The actual 2011 recorded system peak was 194,100kW (gross) which is equivalent to189,900 kW (net).” From MECOAOS, 3.Mar.2012
    31. 31. Geo-Thermal?
    32. 32. In Hawaii County, the geothermal resourcehas been playing an important role inelectricity generation.In 2009, 15% of the Big Island’selectricity was generated by geothermal.
    33. 33. 15% !
    34. 34. Part #2
    35. 35. Remember our Greek friend, Archimedes? Buoyancy: “A body immersed in a fluid experience’s a buoyant, or ‘upward’ force equal to the weight of the fluid the body displaces.”
    36. 36. From Archimedes discovery of buoyancy, we get: “Pressure Differential:” the key to “renewable energy ,” “Non-fossil fuel burning energy,” A usable, non-polluting, power source,From which we can produce ELECTRICITY!
    37. 37. What does this mean? It means that “A 30 foot high, one inch diameter column of water producesthe same amount of pressure at the bottom of that 30 foot high, one inch column of water as does the pressure at the bottom of a 10 square mile lake, 30 feet deep. 30 feet = 30 feet, whether one inch in diameter or 10 square miles. Think about that!
    38. 38. Me, with theInventor and his wife, Sandy,standing in frontof the “proof ofconcept model.”
    39. 39. One ZED in operation to give you a chance to think about how it works. It is patented.
    40. 40. For more information and insight, go to: HER Web Site: < http://www.hydroenergyrevolution.com/ > or“Travis Effect Demo 5”: < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHbP3QTncBY&feature=plcp > or ZED “Proof of Concept” Model operating: < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHbP3QTncBY&feature=plcp > or Early ZED device filmed by Mark Dansie: < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKWpR0seK0A&feature=related >
    41. 41. Well, what do you think? Do you feel ready to talkabout what I/we need in order to move this forward andWhat your part in it might be ?
    42. 42. Before we go any further, I need to know what you need/want and what you can do for me and the inventor. Remember, we are talking about ~$3B+ in just Hawaii.Not to mention, China, Japan, all the the Pacific Island nations, et al, et al.

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