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Posted on November 11 at 11:05 p.m.

A surprising alternative is being born. It can illuminate a way to transform the energy arena!

“The thermal energy content of the atmosphere, ocean, and upper crust is estimated to be more than 10,000 times that of the world's fossil fuel reserves, making it a potentially inexhaustible reservoir of green energy.” Daniel P. Sheehan University of San Diego

AESOP Institute is prototyping THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COOLS. This engine will run on the thermal energy content of the atmosphere, a form of solar energy.

See www.aesopinstitute.org to learn more about this hard to believe NO FUEL ENGINE.

It will exhaust cold air. Think of it as a refrigerator that generates electricity.

A 24/7 inexpensive power producing alternative to radioactive and fossil fuels.

The possibility of such an engine is denied by a few scientists who seem to fear experimentation that would prove engines running on atmospheric heat are possible.

Once validated by independent labs, the prototype will provide an exciting path to new science that could slow, and perhaps open a path to reverse, Global Warming.

On <em>24 Hours of Reality</em> Forgot About People

Posted on July 12 at 7:39 a.m.

Fukushima remains a threat to us all, as does nuclear power.

See Three Ticking Time Bombs at www.aesopinstitute.org

Much can be done to prevent pending nuclear nightmares.

On From Fukushima to Diablo Canyon

Posted on December 10 at 9:22 a.m.

This is an excellent article.

Black Swans, highly improbable innovations with enormous implications, are about to provide cost-competitive renewable energy without the need for radioactive fuel.

See CHEAP GREEN and MOVING BEYOND OIL on the Aesop Institute website for a few examples.

The Introduction to that website outlines an unrecognized threat which can cause collapse of power grids for years.

Decentralized green energy must become an urgent priority.

On Can California Do Without Nuclear Power?

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