Inventor of Blue Energy
The 2013 bush fire crisis in NSW lead to public debate on fuel build up problem within residential and national park of bush land. According to NSW rural fire service website, on 7th November, there are still 40+ of fire incidents in NSW. So far all the fires are under controlled. As many people finger pointing to who should be blamed for such intense fire, Blue Energy wishes to jump to the bandwagon to present future technologies that might be helpful in problems solving.
We live in a finite world. Our civilization is extremely addictive to fossil energy. In many people's mind, source of energy are coal, crude oil, natural gas etc., which we call them fossil energy. Without fossil energy, everything we take for granted will not function. To mine fossil energy requires dedicated business, skill and capital investment. It is not your averaged people's job.
How much value would you put on the second planet that human beings can establish habitat of colonies? We have been searching for earth like planets in other star systems for the past few decades. So far, as of November 15, 2013, we have found identified 1042 exoplanets in 963 star systems. The very first one is Gamma Cephei Ab by Hatzes in 1988. It is a giant gas planet that is 45 light years away in the constellation of Cepheus.^
Blue Sky Flying Vehicles
Author: Andrew Coleman
Moderator: David Huang
1. The new techno-sphere (SCI-FI Civilization):
The Realization as it occurs is a paradigm of excellence intervening between man and machine where once vehicles or cars were the only means of transportation for travel. On land, they are called cars. In the blue sky, they are referred as planes.
In computer, compatibility means using software designed for particular make or type. But over the decades, especially with transition from PC to the mobile devices, we have seen this earlier issues pretty much solved
The subject of Blue Energy compatible on transport infrastructure has yet come to the real impact because everything is still on the drawing board.
To commemorate 100 years of the Royal Australian Navy's Fleet first ever entry into Sydney harbor on the day of 4th October 1913, a special Navy Review took place on the 4th October 2013. This centenary celebration included a high number of private ships as well as navy vessels of many types from over 50 nations. Of course, many proud Australian watched this historical events along the foreshore of beautiful Sydney harbor.