Welcome to the Transformational Technology Solutions main page.
Our society today faces many challenges. Many people have dedicated
their lives in looking for new ways of doing things and of meeting these
challenges head on.
Some, like Stanley Meyers who demonstrated a number of years ago a Water
Powered dune buggy, passed away before their work was finalized and could
be commercialized. Others have been successful and are starting to bring
to the market their discoveries. Finally, there are probably hundreds
of people who have a new way of doing things but don't have the know
to go public and take it to the next level.
Michel Foisy and Stanley Meyer's Water Powered
Dune Buggy (Jan 2009)
You will find below many exciting products and ideas.... Some are available
right now, some are in developmental/prototype stages and others are
at more experimental and theoretical stages.
Feel free to let me know if you have any other transformational technological
solution that people should know about.
Has its own section on this website.
We are surrounded by a sea of energy! Some people like Tesla a century
ago and others since have found ways of tapping into this source and
harnessing this free and clean energy for the benefit of mankind.
- Tesla's Hairpin Circuit
Nikola Tesla, the first person to seriously study radiant energy more
than a century ago, built a simple circuit to generate radiant energy
so that its effects can be readily demonstrated. You MUST have
a look at this as it goes against everything that we have been taught
Click here to go to the Tesla Hairpin Circuit page
- Hydrogen Boosters
Dramatically increase the fuel efficiency in your vehicle and the
same time eliminate most of the pollutants coming out of your exhaust.
here to go to the Hydrogen Booster page.
- Vortex generators
Small plastic/metal vortex generators are put at the rear of trucks,
trailers, RVs, etc., to significantly reduce the drag. This results
in fuel saving, improved vehicle stability and reduced tire wear.
A good example of this is Airtabs™ although
there are other companies offering similar devices.
- Kentucky Water Fuel Museum webcasts
James A. Robey hosted a regular webcast during 2007-2010 where he interviewed
a variety of interesting people on the subject of using water
and other related (and sometimes unrelated) subjects.
Although some of the material is dated, there remain many interviews
that are still pertinent today.