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Canadian Inventor Offers Patented Energy Breakthrough to Fight Climate Change
Citing a famous quote by physicist Albert Einstein, Canadian Inventor Thane Heins offers free licensing of his patented innovations in electrical power generation to representatives of Nissan, GM, Chrysler, and Mercedes-Benz.
In a surprise development today, Canadian Inventor Thane Heins, owner and CEO of Potential Difference, Inc., offers free and universal licensing of his patented breakthroughs in power generation and battery recharging. Scheduled to demonstrate his invention to auto execs next week in Detroit, Heins believes the benefits his innovations offer electric, hybrid electric, or combustion vehicles are too crucial to the environment to be delayed through competitive interests.
Says Heins, "Earth and mankind need clean and sustainable energy solutions now, not in twenty, forty, or sixty years. For this reason I'm freely offering my life's work."
An independent test of a Heins' innovation conducted at the University of Ottawa required just forty percent (40%) of normal energy input to double generator output (200%). In addition to causing generators and transformers to increase power output while requiring substantially less gas, diesel, or input power, Heins' discoveries could facilitate [motive] battery recharging while electric vehicles are under power.
Combined, these benefits could offer striking potentials for extending the range and practicality of electric and hybrid-electric vehicles. The present state-of-the-
While extending his offer to industry contacts, Heins explained his reasons by quoting Albert Einstein: "We shall all require a new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive."
Heins' innovations utilize an electromagnetic effect (called "Back EMF") than normally restricts armature rotation in motors and generators. Instead, Heins redirects this energy to cause armatures to accelerate while inducing high-efficiency power output. In viewing a demonstration of this phenomenon given by Heins, M.I.T. Professor of Electrical Engineering Markus Zahn said, "It's an unusual phenomena I wouldn't have expected in advance. But I saw it. It's real. Now I am just trying to figure it out."
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Thane C. Heins
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A former surrogate stem cells spokesperson for the GW Bush White House, writer J. Perry Kelly walks a worldview tightrope between the left and right while researching critical issues that stand to affect the health of our planet and fellow man. He blogs as QuantumFires on Wordpress.