5 Responses to “The First Major Disruption to Engine Tech In 100 Years”

  1. Tapestry says:

    Many great inventions that improve efficiency get bought and hidden. The world is run to create inefficiency that keeps people in their place, and money only in the pockets of the powerful. Big Oil has successfully blocked hydrogen by making hydride storage unachievable, by banning the sale (not production) of Lithium-6. Hydride canisters are the best and cheapest way to store hydrogen and swap full ones for empties – ain’t gonna be allowed. Electric cars have been permitted as a way to keep journeys short.

    • newensign says:

      That’s right Tap. Inventors make the mistake of patenting it thereby giving control to the government. I have a friend in the USA who is into alternative healing using frequencies to heal, but for the reasons you mention there is no patent on the machine and sells it by word of mouth. He knows someone will copy it, perhaps even the government with one that does not work so they can discredit it. The motto is don’t try and become a millionaire overnight!

  2. ian says:

    The image at the top seems to show the rotary engine as used in the Mazda RX7. It was phenomenally powerful and extremely efficient, but the sliding blades that sealed the edges of the rotor, wore out very quickly rendering it impractical.

    • ian says:

      I see now, it’s an inverted version of that which solves those problems. excellent.

      • newensign says:

        Yes Ian, I wonder if it will see light of day? But they do seem to have a large workforce, so perhaps it will!