Master's Thesis 2006: HANDLING WATER - an approach to holistic river rehabilitation design

Master’s Thesis 2006, Institute for Ecopreneurship IEC, FHNW, Switzerland
HANDLING WATER an approach to holistic river rehabilitation design
Niels Werdenberg
Conservation biologist, environmental engineer

“…A wholly excellent work and highly recommended reading for any serious student of river engineering and water resources management generally.”
Callum Coats, Ecotechnology expert


CutnPaste introduction to Jerry G. Gallimore

March 8, 1992 -

Wrote books:

Handbook of Unusual Energies

Gallimore claimed, in an interview with Christopher Bird, that he had achieved room temperature superconductivity approximating 99% efficiency. The interview, which includes most of the material above, took place on July 21, 1976; it was published in 1977, in Vol. 2 of Gallimore's Handbook of Unusual Energies (p.115).


KeelyNet: Dale Pond: The Four Basic Types of Cavitation (January 1st, 1995)



There are four basic types of cavitation. Fundamentally cavitation results
from a drop in pressure on a liquid creates pockets or bubbles in the liquid -
an increase in pressure causes these bubbles to collapse resulting in a
tremendous "local" force which can cause damage to metals, emulsification, de-
gasification, sonoluminescence and many other strange and wonderous phenomena. Bubble bubble, toil and trouble

Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

                      The most important discovery in Hydraulics in the last 100 years, since the observation of Cavitation is: The Elimination of Cavitation!

Water - compilation

gday. this is going to be a really barebones blogpost.

i've been reading Nikola Tesla (the boundary-layer bladeless turbine) and Viktor Schauberger, and would like to draw attention to a few forthcoming quotes (i have them at home - will add tomorrow - finally added ;)).

however, when going online and trying to find info, this is the kind of stuff im looking for
1) Water, is at its densest, and heaviest, at +4C. this can be verified from WikiPedia - both statements.

PAX Scientific - Meet Viktor Schauberger

this is a mashup of articles that detail PaxScientific, and its CEO, Harman's quotes. obviously i started doing this because it has deep connections to what Viktor Schauberger was saying all along. seems there is a huge movement of Biomimicry, that is blissfully unaware of one of its predecessors, Schauberger - with his Comprehend&Copy method. at least back in 2005, PAX Scientific had nothing to say when asked about Viktor Schauberger.

enjoy! if you can.

Josef Hasslberger on Richard Clem's rotational engine
Comments to CLEM1.ASC (KeelyNet) by Josef Hasslberger

Richard Clem's rotational engine

Although I do not have any information on Clem or his device, I would like to comment on the principle of operation, which seems quite simple and straightforward to who has studied the writings of Viktor Schauberger, the Austrian naturalist and inventor.

Indeed Schauberger was working with vortex action in liquids (especially in water) and was finding effects that were at the time, and are still now, unexplainable with the normal principles of physics or thermodynamics.

As far as I understand the engine made by Clem was built around a cone with spiralling channels cut into it and when a liquid, in that particular case vegetable oil, got pressed through the channels, they caused the cone to turn and at a certain point the flow of the liquid and the turning of the cone became self-sustaining, up to the point of putting out a good and heavy (350 HP for a 200 pound engine) power output.

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