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The UMRS is a system for recycling or reclaiming any material, natural or man made. The UMRS first uses extreme heat to break down these materials to the elements from which they were made, then separates them, allowing the purified elementary matter to be reused in any agricultural, chemical or industrial application.

Any material- biological hazards, toxic waste, raw sewage, garbage, industrial pollutants - even greenhouse gases from the Earth's atmosphere - can be processed through the UMRS, and thus be reduced to reusable, pure elements. The UMRS is the ultimate recycling program, infinitely reusing the precious resources provided by the Earth and any other planet humanity may someday call home.

The upper stage of the UMRS heats the input material beyond the point of vaporization, ...

This design responds to concerns regarding electric car solutions (battery, mileage per charge, charging the batteries.. etc.) it also responds to congestion problems and provides mobility to underage, elderly, handicapped as well as any individual who is interested in arriving to their destination in the fastest way possible without bothering with driving instructions, directions, street signs or lights and parking spaces or the amount of drinks they had… Just punch your destination on the GPS device or on the internet, and enjoy surfing the web, watching TV, drinking coffee with morning paper, or sleeping and get where you want to go in a safe, luxurious, affordable environment of your liking.

How does it work?

The car owner would be ...

We use a pen drive to transfer data from one system to other system. My idea is if the data is in one USB and if we want to transfer it to another USB there is no need to transfer it to your personal computer. Instead the USB drive has an option of a slot on its other end to insert another pen drive to it. The pen drive which is charged through computer detects any USB connected to it. it reads the data and transfers the data to the USB by operating of the switch on button. The data is transfered by creating a new folder in the other USB.

My second idea is a USB with blue tooth connectivity. ...

A cylindrical object is placed on a circular track which has pressure points. This cylinder mass will be tilted to an angle of 45 degrees where it becomes easy to rotate, i.e with much less force. And importantly all the force of the mass will be at one place. (This can be understood with a diagram.) We rotate this object along the circular track which has re-coil pressure points. As this object moves over the pressure points the instrument is "LOADED"( like a gun), the object keeps "loading" many pressure points. These loaded "springs" or "air pressure points" can be triggered and the energy stored can be diverted to make the turbine rotate to get energy.

The force required ...

The Challenge

About 90% of nonmelanoma and 65% melanoma skin cancers are associated with ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. About 700,000 new cases are diagnosed each year, and the numbers are rising despite the increased use of sunscreen. However, the good properties of vitamin D, from sun exposure need to be maintained. We propose that the UVA+B SunFriend© featuring NASA UV sensor technology will provide health conscious individuals with an effective and inexpensive UVA and UVB monitoring aid to receiving healthier sun exposure.

Existing Technology

Current products and technology are based on estimated time exposures. None of them use actual UVA and UVB dose detection. Non-clinical devices use either a PMMA thin film or metal dyes, which exhibit ...

Congested urban areas need mass transit the worst and are by far the most difficult to introduce mass transit to. This is do to existing development, high land cost, right-off-way issues, unpopularity of imminent domain, etc.

The elevating of trains and monorails for mass transit are nothing new, however there have been very few successful deployments in the last century. Most of the current light-rail and monorail systems rely on technology that is close to 100 years old; light-rails being nothing more than light(ish) trains, as the name implies, and mono rails are more or less cars on concrete tracks. The problems are trains, even light-rail trains, weight in near 100K-200K lbs, and monorails use large concrete tracks that ...

My idea is for a co-axial light helicopter/UAV powered by two V-twin engines driving gears attacthed to co-axial shafts and also driving a swiveling tail rotor either through gears and shafts or an electric motor.

The advantage to this system would be relatively inexpensive and abundant engines and parts and easy to learn controls. Also,even if one engine were to fail,the tail rotor could be swiveled in either direction to compensate for the torque of whichever engine remained. When both engines are operating,tail rotor could be used for forward thrust and pitch changes.

Control of vertical up or down would be a matter of increasing or decreasing both engines power. Increasing or decreasing power on one engine would provide ...

This a system developed to extract energy from the atmosphere by creating a vacuum into which atmospheric air is drawn through a vacuum operated motor coupled to a power producer as a generator. The motor operates on the pressure differential between atmospheric pressure at the motor inlet and the system created vacuum level. The greater the pressure differential plus the greater the air flow through the motor, the greater the energy extracted by the vacuum motor.

The system operates on the siphon principle where air drawn through the motor is introduced as micro-bubbles via a micro-bubble diffuser into the down flowing liquid near the top of a siphon down flow column. The liquid/air mix is discharged at the bottom ...

We submitted the patent application for this invention on March 18, 2003 under ? 4192/01/-- 003.

But all experts have told us, that it is idiocy: low pressure inside a wing makes nothing - elevating force is a result of a difference of pressure around a wing. But some months ago Russian engineers carried out tests of a wing with such cracks. And they have received unexpected results. Elevating force has increased in 2 times and speed 30%.

We would like to declare our priority. Though the Russians have made on a wing the 7 cracks, the quantity of cracks does not change the essence of the invention. Cracks can be also 2 or 3. In a usual wing elevating ...

(Also, “VIP,” “Vacuum Lifting System,” “VLS”)
The system illustrated in the accompanying diagrams is intended as a supplement to the basic design of current VSTOL systems, specifically intending the practical implementation of such systems for use in consumer aircraft. The supplement is simple, involving the placement of air passages in the exhaust chambers of turbojet engines for the creation of vacuum through inlets placed within the upper chassis of the craft.

The theory behind the system’s function is twofold: (1) the induction of vacuum through an intake inlet of small cross-sectional area (relative to the cross sectional area of the exhaust) should produce a significantly high impulse of air about and through the inlet, and (2) should approximate the ...

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