Dr Frank N von Hippel, co-director of Princeton's Science and Global Security Program, said to CNN this week:"nuclear should be the last resort" Who then imposed the "do not look do not hear anything else too promising" act on officials and academics?
Nassau, The Bahamas (PRWEB) April 5, 2011
BCH Holding Ltd (http://www.how-we-can-energy.com/) is introducing an exciting method for harnessing the simple power of flowing water to generate continuous flows of electricity. A patented design, Newtonian Honeycombs that can be placed anywhere water flows and used to produce ample, inexhaustible streams of clean alternative energy.
“With Newtonian Honeycombs, BCH Holding will turn the tide in clean energy development. After a series of disappointing failures, we finally provide a cost-effective, simple solution that can be deployed anywhere liquid flows,” said Larry Brown, BCH Holding founder and inventor of the Newtonian Honeycomb.
Brown’s invention arrives not a moment too soon. Prevailing scientific consensus says energy’s future is nuclear. History shows that "prevailing" is not always correct. All progress starts with departures from "prevailing". Nevertheless, the ongoing cataclysm at Japan’s devastated Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant sheds an unsparing spotlight on the risks of nuclear power. Newtonian Honeycombs deployed in areas of flowing water promise to provide energy to meet twenty-first century energy demands without the risk.
Newtonian Honeycombs can be deployed in rivers, seas, canals, runoff areas – literally anywhere water flows. The modular design can be constructed in various sizes and shapes to meet local conditions. In areas where water movement is intermittent, such as for example in tidal flow, outputs can be leveled to ensure a stable baseload. They can even be designed into a virtual dam, where water flowing downhill can be directed through feeder tubes to generate electricity. Newtonian Honeycombs are versatile enough to meet local conditions, but consistently produce energy wherever they are placed.
Brown sees his invention as a boon not just for energy production, but for economies and even for the world as a whole.
“Building infrastructure for Newtonian Honeycombs would require far less public and private investment than building nuclear reactors, and the effect of new investment would show up in the econmy sooner. Power would be available faster and without negative environmental impacts,” Brown said. Tapping flowing water for energy would lower energy costs, freeing business capital for more productive uses.
Construction and installation of Brown’s systems would create multiple jobs where they are now needed most – in the skill level areas of the construction and metal working industries, as well as underwater installation and maintenance.
Other scientists agree with Brown that Newtonian Honeycombs, as a stable, productive non-nuclear energy source, will supercharge non-proliferation efforts.
Larry Brown is an acclaimed inventor and academic, with an impressive industrial past behind him as well. He is a distinguished MIT graduate with graduate coursework in Economics and Finance at the University of Heidelberg. Among other distinctions, Brown earned the Originality in Design award from MIT, was included in a mostly faculty group for a US study seeking to define criteria predicting high creativity, and his Powercam design was chosen as a permanent exhibit at the Smithsonian. Retired from his Swiss technology firm, Newtonian Honeycombs were born in Brown’s imagination as the “How-we-can” answer to Obama’s “Yes-we-can” exhortation.
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