ENERGY QUEST HISTORY

 

EQ History and EQ NEEDF Letters: (1); (2); (3); (4); (5); (6) & (7) from 1979 to 2001 frozen in time

 

ENERGY QUEST

NATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENT DEVELOPMENT FOUNDER

 

 

Dear Honorable Representatives of the American People of the U. S Senate:

Who is Energy Quest?
 
In the last 21 years, Energy Quest publications have been published many times. I have contacted hundreds of politicians in the last 19 years, in the hope that they would inform the American people about Energy Quest's great potential as a tool, communicating renewable energy technologies/energy efficient devices/products and the author's willingness to allow the American people ownership of Energy Quest Copy Rights; yet California Energy Commission trade marked the name Energy Quest in 1995, introducing Energy Quest as their preferable method to communicate renewable energy technologies and energy efficient devices/products. The U. S. Copy Right Office allowed California Energy Commission to trade mark the name Energy Quest.

Politicians I've contacted over the last 19 years have failed to inform the American people about Energy Quest.

Energy Quest publications by design and commercial publication, illustrated the U. S. of America's reliance on non renewable natural resources and the benefit of utilizing renewable natural resources, supporting renewable energy technologies and introducing Energy Quest as the means to communicate energy efficient devices/products.

In 1986 Energy Quest Copy Rights were offered to the American people, thereby forming a public company in order to publish Energy Quest Encyclopedias Energy Efficient Devices/Products. I created and introduced Energy Quest and I am Energy Quest National Energy Efficient Development Founder.

Energy Quest Search is intended to illustrate the vast potential Renewable Energy Technologies provide for the growth of all country's, and those on the Internet whom provide knowledge on renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency, energy efficient devices/products and environmental issues. Energy Quest Political and Economic Rights accomplished this same task in 1982. If I had designed energyquestsearch.com in 1982 or 1986 and if the World Wide Web was then what it is now, I believe Energy Quest theories may have been addressed by someone, even if only to be criticized.

Energy Quest is an effective tool now as it has been since 1982 and accomplishes a self-reliant and self-sufficient future for generations to come. Energy Quest Search is my fourth Energy Quest publication and like wise belongs to the American people if they want it. Who will ask them?

Renewable energy technologies provide a sustainable foundation for businesses, industry, residential communities, homeowners and those whom use gas/diesel-powered vehicles/equipments.

I rally the support of Americans for Federal Investment Tax Credits and Incentives for the purchase of Energy Efficient Homes/Buildings, Energy Efficient Devices and Products, Renewable Energy Technologies and construction of Power Plants supported by renewable energy technologies.

Energy Quest Encyclopedias Energy Efficient Devices/Products provides the necessary tool to communicate to consumers energy efficient devices/products and if you would like your energy efficient devices/products listed within Energy Quest; send information to Energy Quest National Energy Efficient Development Founder at 3339 Jefferson Scio Drive S. E., Jefferson, Oregon 97352.


Very Respectfully,

BRUCE WAYNE HENION

Letter FAXED to:

President Bush, White House
100 Federal U. S. Senators
CNN, National News Desk
FOX News, Portland, OR
Albany Democrat Herald, OR
Wall Street Journal
Idaho Statesman, ID
Medford Turbine, OR

 

 

ENERGY QUEST SEARCH INTRODUCTION

 

 

Renewable energy technologies throughout the world have gained recognition. The underling factor in supplying America its thirst for energy has and always will be adaptation of new technologies in all areas of exploration of the earth's natural resources.

 

The materials and products that are used to manufacture solar cells, windmills, hybrid vehicles, hydrogen fuel cells, etc., must be produced and anything made by man creates pollution.

 

Energy Quest Search is intended to illustrate the vast potential Renewable Energy Technologies provide for the growth of all country's, and those on the Internet whom provide knowledge on renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency, energy efficient devices/products, environmental issues, and fossil fuel exploitation. The introduction of Energy Quest publications published in 1982 and 1986 are addressed.

 

New technologies whether they be considered renewable or an improved device or product that decreases pollution and increases productivity, provide a sustainable foundation for businesses, industry, residential communities, homeowners and those whom own automobiles, commercial vehicles, Off road vehicles, boats, jet ski's or Bicycles.

 

Energy Quest is an effective tool toward accomplishing a self-reliant and self-sufficient future for generations to come. I rally your support for Federal Investment Tax Credits and Incentives for the purchase of Energy Efficient Homes/Buildings, Energy Efficient Devices/Products, Renewable Energy Technologies and construction of Power Plants supported by renewable energy technologies when feasible.

 

Energy Quest Search provides interactive participation from anyone on any subject within the Forum and publications, articles and links make it possible to research any topic discussed effectively.

 

 

ENERGY QUEST SEARCH FORUM

 

 

Atheism

 

Geothermal Energy Exploitation

 

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program

 

Recreation on State and Federal Lands

 

Religion

 

Alternative Fuels Exploitation (excluding water):

 

Alcohol

Bio Diesel

Brown gas

Ethanol

Methane

Methanol

Wood Gas

 

Disability Issues:

 

Disability Issues affecting daily living

Legalization/Political issues relating to disabilities

Medicare/Medicare/Work Compensation Issues

Wheel Chair design and comfort

 

Distillation:

 

Distillation Projects, Plants and Developments

Distillation Technologies

 

Domestic Policies & Politics:

 

Civil Rights, Liberties & Freedoms

 

Electrical Energy Exploration and Exploitation:

 

Electromagnetic Energy

EM Over-Unity and Negative Resistor Devices and Processes

 

Geoconductivity

 

Employment/Unemployment

 

ENERGY QUEST FOUNDER:

 

CONTACT EQ FOUNDER OR REQUEST A TOPIC SECTION

MONTEBELLO PROPOSED PLANNED COMMUNITY DISTRICT - BOISE MSA IDAHO

 

Environmental issues as a result of pollutants:

 

Acid Rain

Arsenic in the water

Global Warming

Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) in Water

Radioactive Waste & Sludge's

 

Fermentation and Biotechnologies Processes:

 

Biotechnologies Processes

Fermentation Processes

 

Forestry Issues (World Wide):

 

Forest Environmental Impact Studies

Forest Fires

Forest Health

Forest Legislation Impacting Timber Harvest (U. S.)

General Discussion

International Timber Policies

National & State Parks (U. S.)

Old Growth Timber (U. S.)

Road less Area (U. S.)

Watershed Protection (U. S.)

 

International Foreign Policies & Affairs:

 

ILLEGAL ALIENS IN THE U. S.

Middle East crisis

 

Mineral and Metal Exploitation:

 

Carbonate Fuel Cells For Power Generation

High-Temperature Ceramic Materials

Minerals and Metals

Precious Metals & Gems

Monetary System:

 

Curency & Coins

Gold and Silver

Inflation & Depression

Paper & Coin Currency

 

Natural Disasters:

 

Asteroids & Meteorites

Earthquakes

Floods

Hurricanes

Lighting

Rain Storms

Tidal Waves

Tornadoes

Tsunami

Volcano Eruption & Activity

 

Non-Renewable Energy Exploration & Exploitation:

 

COAL EXPLOITATION

Crude Oil Exploration & Exploitation

Natural Gas

Nuclear Power Plant Exploitation

 

Ocean Energy Exploration and Exploitation:

 

Wave/Tidal/Thermal/Innovations

 

Outer Space Exploration and Exploitation:

 

Aerospace

Outer Space Photographs

 

Pornography Exploitation on the web:

 

Recycling:

 

CARPET

LIQUIDS CONTAINERS AND PLASTIC COMPOSITE

Oil

PLASTICS

Rubber (Devulcanizing)

 

Solar Energy Exploitation:

 

ELECTRIC/Hybrid Vehicles

Photovoltaic - Solar cells

Solar Building, Design & Architecture

Solar Thermal Electric Power Plant Technologies

 

Solar Salt Pond Exploitation:

 

Salt Pond Restoration

Solar Salt Pond Developments


Water Energy Exploitation:

 

Hydroelectric Power Exploitation

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technologies

 

Wind Energy Exploitation:

 

Wind Generation Power Plant Developments

Wind Generators and or Wind Mills

Wind Mills and Avian Issues

 

 

ENERGY QUEST ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

 

 

Energy Quest: Environment and Natural Resources

Original Conception: March 2001

Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002

First Publication

Date Submitted for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After:  "Compilation and Additional Text."

Original Conception: March 2001 Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002. Orginaly published on a web site 2001 to 2002 titled: energyquestsearch.com - Third revision February 2007 Date Submitted for 2nd Copyright: March 2007

 

 

INDEX

 

 

ENERGY QUEST ENVIROMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

CHAPTER I - CONSERVATION PROGRAM/ACT (CREP & CARA), PILT, INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS BILL, ENERGY AND POLICY CONSERVATION (EPCA), NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT REGULATIONS, EPA AND NRDC

APPENDIXES

A - CONSERVATION RESERVE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (CREP)

B - CONSERVATION AND REINVESTMENT ACT (CARA)

C - PILT (PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF TAXES) AND PILOT PROGRAMS

D - INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS BILL

E - ENERGY AND POLICY CONSERVATION ACT (EPCA)

F - NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT REGULATIONS

G - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT

F - NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER II - ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT, SPECIES VERSES PROPERTY RIGHTS, FEDERAL LAND SEIZURE, MANKIND & ENDANGERED SPECIES COMPETING WITH WATER, ANIMALS & MANMALS COMPETING FOR SURVIVAL, REINTRODUCTION CONFLICTS AND CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER A SPECIE IS ENDANGERED


APPENDIXES

A - ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AND SPECIES INFORMATION

B - IS PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS A THING OF THE PAST WHEN MEASURED IN RESPECT TO LAND USAGE POLICIES/ESA

C - CAN FEDERAL AGENCIES CONFISCATE PRIVATE PROPERTY

D - KLAMATH BASIN FARMING COMMUNITY/FARMING CRISIS REPORTS & NEWS (ESA REFORM)

E - ENDANGERED SPECIES REINTRODUCTION CONFLICTS AND SPECIES COMPETING WITH EACH OTHER FOR SURVIVAL

F - ARE SOME ENDANGERED SPECIES REALLY ENDANGERED

CHAPTER III - ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INCENTIVIES PROGRAM (EQIP)

APPENDIXES

A - EQIP INFORMATION, INCENTIVIES PROGRAM, FACT SHEET, QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

B - ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INCENTIVES PROGRAM - CHAPTER 4 SEC. 1240. PURPOSES

C - STATE AND COUNTY ENVIRONMENT QUALITY INCENTIVE PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

CHAPTER IV - FARMING ISSUES

CHAPTER V - FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA) AND NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION (NRC)

CHAPTER VI - NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINSTRATION (NOAA) AND PARTERNING INITIES

CHAPTER VII - NATURAL DISASTERS AND EARTH FORMATION: EARTHQUAKES (RING OF FIRE), TSUNAMIS, PLATE TECTONICS (MOUNTAINS DEVELOPED FROM TECTONICS), VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS (MOUNTAINS DEVELOPED FROM LAVA) AND OCEANS FLOORS


APPENDIXES

A - EARTHQUAKES (RING OF FIRE)

B. SEISMOLOGY

C. TSUNAMIS

D. EARTHS INTERIOR, PLATE TECTONICS (MOUNTAINS DEVELOPED FROM TECTONICS)

E. - VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS (MOUNTAINS DEVELOPED FROM LAVA)

OCEANS FLOORS

CHAPTER VIII - POLLUTIONS IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND RESEARCH PROGRAMS, COMMISSIONS, CENTERS AND UNITS DEVOTED TO A CLEAN ENVIRONMENT

APPENDIXES

A - ACID RAIN

B - AIR POLLUTION

C - GLOBAL WARMING

D - POWER PLANTS FUELED BY OIL AND COAL PRODUCING POLLUTANTS AND EMISSION TRADING SYSTEM - Dirty Power Plants

E - GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL WATER QUALITY/ASSESSMENT OF CONTAMINATES IN THE GREAT LAKE AND BEACHES

F - WATER CONTAMINATES (ARSENIC, MERCURY, CHEMICALS AND
MTBE) AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY/ ASSESSMENT OF WATER

G - MUNICIPAL AND RADIO ACTIVE WASTE/SLUDGE'S

H - U. S. AND SELECTED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

I - SELECTED COUNTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACTS AND
AGENCIES/CONTACTS

CHAPTER XIV - STATE & NATIONAL PARKS/FAQ’S, MAPS, CAMPING/TRAILS GUIDE, FORESTRY HISTORY, SNOWMOBILING IN STATE PARKS, STATE PARKS PASSES, EVENTS, JOBS, VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES, U. S. RIVERS AND WHITEWATER RAFTING IN U. S. RIVERS

APPENDIXES

A - STATE & NATIONAL PARKS/FAQ’S, MAPS, CAMPING/TRAILS GUIDE, FORESTRY HISTORY, AND SNOWMOBILING IN STATE PARKS

B - STATE PARKS PASSES, EVENTS, JOBS AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

C - U. S. RIVERS

D - WHITE WATER RAFTING IN U. S. RIVERS

CHAPTER X - U. S. COAST GUARD STATIONS/UNITS, WORLD WIDE LAKES/RIVERS, HARBORS/MARINAS/TIDE CHARTS, OCEANS/SEAS AND SCUBA DIVING THE OCEANS OF THE WORLD

APPENDIXES

A - U. S. COAST GUARD STATIONS AND UNITS

B - WORLD WIDE LAKES AND RIVERS

C - HARBORS, MARINAS AND TIDE CHARTS

D - OCEANS AND SEAS

E - SCUBA DIVING THE OCEANS OF THE WORLD

CHAPTER XI - U. S. FISH AND WILDLIFE REGIONAL UNITS/PARTNERING STATES, DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (CONSERVING WILDLIFE AND HABITATS)

APPENDIXES

A - U. S. FISH AND WILDLIFE AND DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (DOI) HOME PAGE, NEWS, DOI WATER QUALITY PROGRAM, DOI INDIAN TRUST MANAGEMENT, HUMAN RESOURCES, PICTURES/GRAPHICS AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

B - U. S. FISH AND WILDLIFE REGIONAL/STATE UNITS

C - U. S. FISH AND WILDLIFE ARTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

D - U. S. FISH & WILDLIFE (CONSERVING WILDLIFE AND HABITATS) AND RESEARCH, ASSEMENTS & STUDIES ON WILDLIFE, HABITATS, RIVERS AND ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND STUDIES

CHAPTER XII - USDA FOREST SERVICE NATIONAL FOREST INFORMATION AND HISTORY

APPENDIXES

A - USDA FOREST SERVICE REGIONAL UNITS AND NATIONAL GRASSLANDS

B - USDA FOREST SERVICE INTERMACTIVE NATIONAL FOREST MAPS

C - USDA Forest Service Northern Region 1 - Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

D - USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region 2 - Colorado, Nebraska, and Wyoming.

E - USDA Forest Service South Western Region 3 - Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle.

F - USDA Forest Service Intermountain Region 4 - Utah, Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming.

G - USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region 5 - California, Central and Northern Nevada and assists the state and private forest landowners in California, Hawaii and the US Affiliated Pacific Islands.

H - USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region 6 - Oregon and Washington.

I - USDA Forest Service Southern Region 7- Osceola National Forest

J - USDA Forest Service Southern Region 8 - Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.

K - USDA Forest Service Eastern Region 9 - Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin.


L - USDA Forest Service Alaska National Forest Region 10 - Alaska.


CHAPTER XIII - USDA NATIONAL FOREST ISSUES, POLICIES AND LAWS ON FIRES, ROADLESS AREAS AND FOREST THROUGHOUT THE WORLD FROM EXPERTS ON HOW TO BEST MANAGE A VALUABLE NATURAL RESOURCE


APPENDIXES

A - FOREST FIRES OF 2000 IMPACT TO WESTERN STATES

B - CLINTON ADMINSTRATION’S FIRE POLICES


C - DISASTER AREAS - 2000 Fires in Idaho - North West


D - U. S. FIRES OF THE PAST (1871 - 1999)

E - FOREST FIRES AND THE SURROUNDING ECOSYSTEM

F - WESTERN GOVERNOR'S PROPOSAL FOR WILDFIRE, FOREST ECOSYSTEM HEALTH


G - USDA FOREST SERVICE NATIONAL FIRE PLAN AND WORLD WIDE FOREST FIRES SATELLITE IMAGERY, MAPS/GRAPHICS, WETHER, LIGHTING, FORECAST, ASSESSMENTS AND RESEARCH FROM CENTERS, ORGANIZATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS, FEDERAL, STATE AND GOVERMENTAL AGENCIES

H - USDA FOREST SERVICE ROADLESS AREAS POLICIES


I - KEY PLAYERS IN THE DEBATE MANAGING NATIONAL FOREST LANDS DURING 2000 - PRESENT

J - PROFESSIONAL FORESTERS INVOLVED IN PRIVATE AND FEDERAL TIMBER INDUSTRY

K - POLICIES/LAWS & RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PROFESSIONALS OVER THE DEBATE MANAGING U. S. NATIONAL FOREST LANDS AND NATURAL RESOURCES

L - USDA NATURAL RESOURCES/FOREST SERVICE RESEARCH STATIONS,

M - FOREST FIRES OF 2001 THROUGH PRESENT

N - INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY, NEWS, PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS

O - INTERNATIONAL TIMBER EXPORT AND THOSE INVOLVED IN THE TIMBER EXPORT ASSESSMENT

P - FOREST OF THE WORLD/MAPS

WORLD WIDE NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES (EXCLUDING U. S. OF AMERICA) CHAPTER XIV

 

 

ENERGY QUEST RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

Energy Quest: Renewable Energy Technologies

Original Conception: July 1979 through 1980

First Publication under Energy Quest Search Date of registration: 05-21-01

Second Publication Date Submitted for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After:  "Compilation and Additional Text."

 

INDEX

 

 

ALTERNATIVE FUEL SOURCES

 

Ethanol/Methanol/Methane/Alcohol/Wood Gas/Bio Diesel

 

BIOMASS ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

 

DATABASE OF BUSINESSES, ORGANIZATIONS, CENTERS, UNIVERSITIES, DEVELOPERS AND SUPPLIERS PROVIDING TECHNOLOGIES AND RESEARCH TO HELP REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS

 

ELECTRIC, HYBRID AND TRIBIRD VEHICLES

 

ENERGY EFFICIENT ENGINES AND CARBORATORS

 

FINANCING FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

 

GEOTHERMAL ENERGY RESOURCES

 

GRANTS FUNDED FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES, PROJECTS AND COMMUNITY ECOSYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY

 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER

 

HYDROGEN FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES

 

OCEAN ENERGY EXPLORATION AND EXPLOITATION

 

A - OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION (OTEC)

 

B - WAVE ENERGY

 

C - TIDAL ENERGY

 

D - OCEAN ENERGY INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENTS, ISSUES, RESOURCES AND COMPANIES PAVING THE WAY FOR OCEAN ENERGY EXPLOITATION

 

E - OFFSHORE AND COASTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH LABS, NETWORKS, OCEANOGRAPHIC CENTERS, ORGANIZATIONS AND RESOURCES.

 

PHOTOVOLTAIC CELL TECHNOLOGIES

 

Renewable Electric Plant Information System U. S. STATE RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

 

RENEWABLE ENERGY (SOLAR) INTRODUCTION, OVERVIEW, PROGRAMS, APPLICATIONS, INCENTIVIES AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS

 

RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENVIROMENTAL SOCIETIES, FOUNDATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS, NETWORKS, ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS AND ENERGY RELATED NEWS SITES

 

RENEWABLE ENERGY BUSINESSES, CORPORATIONS, CENTERS, UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS, COMMISSIONS/COUNCILS, STATE/GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES & LABORATORIES

 

SOLAR BUILDING, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE

 

SOLAR POWERED PLANES, CARS, TRUCKS, VEHICLES, BOATS, SHIP'S AND SELECTED DEVICES AND PRODUCTS

 

SOLAR SALT POND TECHNOLOGIES

 

A - SALT POND RESTORATION

 

B - SOLAR SALT POND DEVELOPMENTS AND CONTACTS

 

SOLAR THERMAL ELECTRIC POWER PLANT

 

WORLD-WIDE WIND ENERGY EXPLOITATION (WIND GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES, RESEARCH, APPLICATIONS, DEVELOPMENT, DEPLOYMENT AND NEWS)

 

WORLD-WIDE WIND ENERGY EXPLOITATION (CONT'D)

 

 

ENERGY QUEST SEARCH RESOURCES

 

 

Energy Quest Search: Resources

Original Conception: March 2001

Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002

First Publication

Date Submitted for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After:  " Compilation and Additional Text."

 

 

AEROSPACE SOURCES

 

ATOMIC PHYSICS TO QUANTUM LIQUIDS, FLUID FLOW AND OR CHEMICAL DISPERSION

 

BIOREACTORS AND FERMENTERS

 

BIOTECNOLOGIES

 

CARBONATE FUEL CELLS FOR POWER GENERATION

 

CHEMICAL, PETRO-CHEMICAL AND OIL INDUSTRY CONTACTS

 

CITY GUIDES - WORLD WIDE

 

International City Guides

U. S. City Guides

 

CIVIL RIGHTS, LIBERTIES & FREEDOMS

 

CIVILIAN & MILITARY AIRCRAFT SALES AND SELECTED PILOTS RESOURCES, AIR SHOWS AND AVIATION REPORTS

 

CONSTITUTION OF THE U. S.

 

DISABILITY POLITICS, ISSUES, CAMPS AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

 

DISTILLATION PROCESS, EQUIPMENT, OPERATION, PLANTS AND TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY

 

ELECTRICAL ENERGY EXPLORATION

 

A - Electrical Energy

B - Electromagnetic Energy

C - EM Over-Unity and Negative Resistor Devices and Processes

ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS AND ECONOMISTS

 

FERMENTATION TECHNOLOGIES AND SOURCES

 

FINANCING/LEASING INSTITUTIONS

 

FREE ENERGY TRANSFER (kcal/mole), BOND ENERGY, CONVERSIONS OF UNITS, WORK EQUIVALENTS AND CONVERSION TABLES AND CALCULATORS

 

GEO-CONDUCTIVITY METERS

 

GEOPHYSICAL TECHNIQUES AND GIS APPLIED TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROSPECTING

 

HIGH FREQUENCY ACTIVE AURORAL RESEARCH PROGRAM

 

HIGH-TEMPERATURE CERAMIC MATERIALS

 

INTERNATIONAL AND U. S. MILITARY PLANES, SHIPS, U. S. NAVY HISTORY, VEHICLES, HARDWARE AND EQUIPMENT

 

A - Military Planes

B - Ships

C - U. S. Aircraft Carriers and U. S. Navy History

D - Military Vehicles

E - Military Hardware

F - Military Equipment

 

MERCHANT MARINE INDUSTRY/SHIPS

 

MEXICO STATISTICS, TRAVEL ADVISORIES, GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

 

MONETARY SYSTEM

 

A - Currency and Coins

B - Gold and Silver

C - Inflation/Depression

 

MUNICIPAL AND RADIO ACTIVE WASTE/SLUDGE'S

 

NATURAL DISASTERS

 

NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY EXPLORATION & EXPLOITATION

 

A - COAL EXPLOITATION

B - CRUDE OIL EXPLOITATION

C - MINERAL EXPLOITATION

D - NATURAL GAS EXPLOITATION

E - NUCLEAR POWER PLANT EXPLOITATION

 

OUTER SPACE EXPLORATION AND PHOTOGRAPHS

 

PETITIONS ONLINE

 

A - Civil Liberties

B - Endangered Species

C - Recreation Activities in U. S. National/State Forest and Grasslands

 

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUST (REIT)

 

RECYCLING RUBBER (DEVULCANIZING), PLASTICS, OIL, CARPET, LIQUIDS CONTAINERS AND PLASTIC COMPOSITE

 

RELIGION ISSUES, POLITICS AND SELECTED PERSPECTIVES

 

SCIENTIST, RESOURCES FOR SCIENTIST AND SCIENCE FAQ\'S

 

A - Scientist

B - Scientist Resources

C - ASK A SCIENTIST A QUESTION

 

TAXES (IRS)

 

TERRORISM

 

TOURISM

 

TRUCKING, LEGISLATION/ISSUES, FUEL SURCHARGE LEGISLATION, RATE PER MILE, NAFTA CROSS BORDER TRUCKING, TRUCKING COMPANIES, BUSINESSES, RESOURCES, HISTORY OF TRANSPORTATION AND TRUCKING DEREGULATION

 

A - Legislation and Issues

B - Fuel Surcharge Legislation

C - Rate per mile standards

D - NAFTA Cross Border Trucking

E - Trucking Companies/Businesses and Resources

F - History of American Agriculture 1776-1990 (Transportation)

G - Trucking Deregulation

H - To be announced

 

U. S. AND INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES

 

U. S. ARMED FORCES, READNESS, AND POLICIES

 

U.S. CONGRESSIONAL REP'S/SENATORS, GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS AND U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

 

A - U. S. Congressman

B - U. S. Senators

C - Government Departments and Agencies

 

WASTEWATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES AND FACILITIES (Industrial/Municipal)

 

WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION

 

WEATHER TERMINOLOGY

 

WESTERN POWER CRISIS

 

WORLD MAPS, COUNTRIES AND CITIES

 

 

ENERGY QUEST

                       NATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENT DEVELOPMENT FOUNDER

http://www.energyquestsearch.com

 

                      

U. S. Senate                                                                                                                                                              April 16, 2001

Washington, D.C. 20510-3704

 

Dear Senators Gordon Smith and Ron Wyden:

 

    I would like to encourage your support for President Clinton's FY 2000 Proposed Budget for the U.S. Department of Energy's Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Programs, as well as proposed income tax incentives for energy efficient equipment and new homes.

 

    Hearing your views on this matter is very important to me. If you would send a response to my home street address, it would be very much appreciated.

 

    When Americans feel elected officials, representing the leadership of the U. S. Of America, are not listening or responding to appropriate technology developments or environmental problems, on the scale necessary to achieve wide scale renewable energy developments and a clean environment, they write their senators whom often, don’t have the time to read information from all those whom write on various topics.  Yet Americans are encouraged to write their Senators or Congressmen’s.  When Americans realize their letters receive no response, citizen and government interaction becomes less, unless your commitment is strong.  A Senators job is not easy.  One day maybe the wonder cookie computer can be designed to receive American correspondence, matching by questions how many Americans support one issue or another.  Imagine this letter having been sent to the PIEAS, President Nixon’s creation and answer to the 1973 oil embargo years.  Allowing Americans one centralized web site in order to post their comment or letter on various subjects.  The computer searching and matching rapidly, information’s on various solutions on all subjects and topics from Americans.  How many Americans would exclaim “Renewable Energy Technologies” or “Energy Quest?”

 

    As an American and a veteran, I have proven my loyalty and have continuously communicated to politicians, universities, news and magazine organizations, societies, associations, and the American people on environmental and renewable energy technologies.  When President Carter presidential address to our nation was televised July 1979, Mr. Carter pledged our nation would “fight the energy crisis as if it were equivalent to a national war,” and exclaimed to the U. S. military to do the same.  I went to war.  I’ve been at war 22 years.  I have never, and never will demonstrate violently, or in anyway demonstrate my emotions are dictating my thoughts, even though I’m frustrated.  Like so many us, I’m trying to peacefully cause awareness in the developments of sound technologies.

 

    In 1982, 1986 and 1995 I offered “Energy Quest” as the tool to communicate to citizens of earth, Energy Efficient Devices and Products available for purchase within the international market.  Every Governor and University in the U. S. received Energy Quest Political and Economic Rights in 1982.  Senator Hatfield, Kennedy, Dick Army and many other politicians, businesses, citizens, etc., were introduced Energy Quest.  Energy Quest as a tool was offered in 1982, 1986, 1995 and now once again.  I have attached “Energy Quest” Charts as evidence of my plan designed in 1982 for American investment and ownership but no one responded.  It would be nice if someone tells me once and for all; Energy Quest is or is not a worthy tool for communicating Energy Efficient Devices and products.  My new web site known, as energyquestsearch will communicate renewable energy related web sites scheduled next month.  1995 California Energy Commission Trade Marked “Energy Quest”.  Maybe the title I chose for my books was good after all.  In 1979 I published Energy Quest aboard the USS CORAL SEA CV-43 in Rear Admiral D. Chambers flag room.

 

    My letter to you is intended for you to consider wide scale development of “Renewable Energy Technologies” in America and gain support for Energy Quest Energy Efficient Devices and Products prior to eventual publication, as the tool necessary to communicate energy efficient devices and products.

 

    The U. S. economy is reliant on developments for growth.  I know of many projects that will improve New Mexico, Idaho, California and Mexico economies.  There a lot of development projects floating around.  Not all will be funded.  Projects that may one day be funded are facing high cost of electrical power and limited energy resources.

 

    The U. S. economy uses a lot of oil and renewable energy technologies really can make a difference.  Who’s looking ahead when oil will become scare worldwide?

 

    The trucking industry is facing problems.  Fuel will rise in the future.  Maybe even Swift Transportation may surprise us and close down operations.

 

    On March 15, 2000, OPEC announced oil reduction of 1,000 million barrels of oil a day in order to bring the price of a barrel of oil back up to $25.00 a barrel.  With 40% of the world’s oil coming from the Middle East, President Bush is under pressure to open the Alaska oil reserve, a six-month supply and environmental calamities possibly as a result.  The U. S. economy is reliant on fossil fuels, consuming a large portion of the world’s oil supply and continued exploitation of U. S. coal and natural gas reserves is seen as a normal course of action.

 

    Truck and auto fossil fuel reduction is possible through the introduction of Bioenergy – Biomethanation - Biomass technologies such as Ethanol, Methanol, Biodiesel.  Present research of Sympathetic Vibratory Physics - Keely’s Etheric Vapor with acoustic stimulation and Mr. Yull Brown’s Brown Gas may have substantial benefit.  American Farmers will benefit from the Bioenergy industry, as the crops they grow would be profitable in order to produce alternative fuels.  Oregon farmers are not doing well.  Recently Oregon farmers launched a demonstration at the Oregon State Capitol illuminating their plight.  American dairy’s, poultry and pig farmers have stock piled fuel awaiting exploitation.  Many dairies’ in Oregon are restricted on how much biodegradable by product from cows can be irrigated once dissolved, thereby forced to stockpile potential energy resources in ponds or on the ground in heaping piles.  Rosaritio, Ensenada and Mexicali, Mexico diaries are in big trouble.

 

    Wide scale renewable energy exploitation is the only logical approach for our nation.  Renewable energies are more productive and cost effective.  Worldwide renewable energy foundations are firmly in place.  The environment will continue to be adversely affected unless renewable energy technologies replace nonrenewable energy technologies.  Energy resources worldwide are increasingly dwindling.

 

    Corporations, Companies and Businesses make decisions that affect our economy and policies of the U. S. Government often favor nonrenewable energy exploitation, thereby encouraging business investment in many industries unfriendly to our environment.

 

    The renewable energy community internationally has made an enormous effort to introduce and build a renewable foundation for the world’s economies.

 

    The U. S. reliance on nonrenewable energy resources is evident by President Bush’s “Disastrous Flip-Flop on Global Warming and fewer than 60 days into his presidency; George W. Bush has abandoned one of the most essential environmental promises of his campaign.”   

 

    “EPA Administrator Christine Whitman just days before had boldly affirmed the U. S. forward-looking policy curbing emissions of all key pollutants from electric power plants, including carbon dioxide, a major contributor to global warming.”  As a result of intense coal industry lobbying, mandatory reduction targets on carbon dioxide will be postponed.

 

    The German chancellor and many other world leaders will continue their fight for reduced emissions of pollutants causing global warming, the U. S. exclaimed by the world as the leading producer of carbon dioxide.  Acid rain has damaged lakes, killed fish and adversely impacted the Canadian and U. S. environment.

   

    There are fewer coalmines operating in the U. S. then there were 20 years ago but Midwest and the eastern U. S. reliance on coal for electrical energy is still a key factor in politics.

 

    Renewable energy resources are realistic and mass scale exploration is inevitable.  Renewable energy exploitation now firmly established as the way in which the world must search for future energy, will continue to be a better choice then continued exploitation of nonrenewable natural resources.

 

    There are many businesses that need energy reduction and or alternate energy resources for there electrical power.  Senator Pete Domeinci (NM-R) reported 990 copper mine employees may be laid off in April or May because electrical cost have increased from 2 to 3 cents to 21 to 22 cents per kilowatt-hour and wants to know how come the producer gets so little and the market so much, a ratio of $5.00 (producer) to $60.00 (market) cubic feet for natural gas.  This copper mine needs to tap into an alternate renewable energy resource and leaders in the renewable energy community must introduce developments in order to provide this New Mexico copper mining company an alternate renewable energy resource.  Renewable energy producing developments must be illustrated to our elected officials as a cost effective futuristic approach, in order to support our nations increasing demand for energy. 

 

    There are vast areas in Mexico within 100 miles of San Diego, California that have constant wind, yet know one is harnessing this enormous resource.  Had someone developed an infrastructure between Mexico and California and installed wind turbines, California would be buying electrical power from those with great insight and vision. 

 

    Americans are busy working with limited time to search the web for those products and devices that can reduce energy consumption.  American businesses are competing with those who have established manufacturing bases internationally, where labor is cheaper and laws more relaxed.  When will our nation realize the potential of wide scale exploitation of Renewable Natural

Resources?  Our elected officials have limited time to review thousands of letters Americans mail to them on issues of importance to the American worker and business.  How then can we expect the American worker or business to know of every energy efficient device and product available on the international market, capable of supplying a homeowner or business renewable energy or energy

reduction?  Searching the Internet takes time.  Truck drivers who own homes, as other American homeowners will benefit from renewable energy technologies but have little time to review web sites I have sent you.

 

    Energy Quest Encyclopedia Energy Efficient Devices and Products has the potential of communicating to everyone in the world, the most cost effective and productive energy efficient devices and products available.  We have only to open our eyes to see a glimpse of the future.  Our future can be bleak or hopeful, totally dependant on what we do now and tomorrow.  Others in our nation in the past have with great fortitude, called on U. S. industry to overcome seemingly impossible tasks in the midst of international crisis.

 

    After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, 90 percent of the natural rubber supply from the Far East was cut off from the United States, which had a stockpile sufficient for less than one year’s normal peacetime requirements.  By May 1941, President Roosevelt called upon American industry and together set up a cooperative synthetic rubber program based on previous research and pilot-plant work of American rubber, chemical, and oil companies, some of whom had shared German patents under Cartel agreements to produce all the synthetic rubber needed to continue the war against Japan and Germany.

 

    How important is the U. S. economy to the world?  Taiwan, whose continued existence as a sovereign nation is relying on the U. S. to maintain a stable economy.  Worldwide Foreign policies established by countries whom desire worldwide peace and stability is the under lining factor for international economy strengths.  Without International trade all countries would be adversely affected economically, yet there must be a balance that U. S. foreign policies have tried to set forth, in order to ensure fair and equal treatment in the international markets for U. S. businesses.  There are those that believe NAFTA was a mistake and others whom believe as a result of NAFTA the U. S. economy has seen growth.

 

    January 1, 2001 when 190,000 or more Mexican trucks are allowed total unrestricted access to U. S. highways and byways, competing with U. S. Motor Carriers transporting cargo, freight and produce will be a true test of NAFTA.  President Bush’s Administration must first implement a plan ensuring Mexican Motor Carriers and Owner-Operators abide by Federal Highway Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, U. S. Department of Transportation and individual States laws and regulations governing truck commerce.

 

    The House and the Senate are debating what should be done with American’s tax surplus and some feel President Bush’s plan is neither fair nor equal.  In fact, some American’s would receive a $28,000.00 rebate compared to $250.00 for

 

others over a period of years.   If all American’s agreed to invest $95 billion dollars into renewable energy exploitation, our countries energy problems would rapidly be solved.  At the minimum you would think someone might have submitted paying the surplus toward the national deficit.  If I’m not careful, someone may consider my ideas grandiose, confusing and illogical based on tangential facts or empirical data.

 

    There is no other option but to invest in renewable energy exploitation if the U. S. expects our economy to continue growing.  The fact is, the world will one day consume all available fossil fuels and at great cost to our environment. 

 

    Do you remember the 1973 oil embargo years?  Israel does.  Solar Salt Ponds increased developments in Israel was their response.  The Middle East countries are still unable to settle their differences between themselves.  The majority of these differences are religious in nature, yet the Palestine people living in the settlements feel they have been unfairly persecuted economically; isolated from regional hospitals, causing delays in medical treatment; denied development of manufacturing industries within a reasonable distance of their settlements and little if no voice in politics.  Palestine’s with Moslem support have taken desperate measures, resulting in an armed confrontation, which continues to plague the region.  With the announcement that the Ark of the Covenant was believed to be found beneath King Salomon’s Temple and many whom believe the Jewish Temple may one day be built; coinciding with bible prophesy, unless someone comes up with a viable plan and soon, peace in the middle east may not be possible for some time.  Even President Bush exclaimed, “The fighting must stop.”

 

    I hope Americans don’t wake up one day to find out OPEC has chosen to limit oil production even more then the recent one million barrels a day in order to preserve oil reserves rather then to escalate prices.

 

    If we continue to allow inventiveness, ingenuity, collectiveness of research and renewable energy developments to be second to nonrenewable resources exploitation, catastrophic economic collapse will one day become a reality for the United States of America?

 

    A revival of international economies will only come when the abilities of man/women kind are given free rein, mobilized and deployed by an act of national and international will.  The most important responsibility for the productive, everlasting growth of the U. S. should be to uphold and maintain as sacred the free enterprise system.  As the Honorable T. C. F. Prittle, a diplomatic correspondent between 1963 and 1970, and author of many notable and excellent books puts it:  “The real value of something in life is often not recognized until that something has been lost.” 

 

    Admin Smith, the father of economics sums up what the free enterprise system is and is not; and I can tell you, a 700% increase in electrical costs is not economically healthy, nor do I believe Admin Smith would remain silent if he were alive today:

 

    “An individual who intends only his own gain is led by an invisible hand to promote an end, which was no part of his intention.  Nor is it always the worse for the society that it was no part of it.  By pursuing his own interests he frequently promotes that of the society more effectually than when he really intends to promote it.  I have never known much good done by those who affected to trade for the public good.”

 

    William Benton once said:  “The free enterprise system is a way of economic life open to hope - an economy open to new ideas, new products, new jobs, new men.  It stimulates men of all talents and capacities to serve to the best of their abilities.  It promotes the capacity of men for bold and independent action.  The opportunity to compete in a free and open market encourages men to study the actions of others critically - not passively to accept them - and then resourcefully to act for themselves or for their companies in supplying goods or services to the public.  The free enterprise system is not, never has been, and never should be, a system of complete laissez-faire.  For instance, it is:

 

Not the freedom to seek profit by any and all means;

Not the right to profit at the expense of the welfare of the community;

Not the freedom of any man to exploit any other;

4.Not the freedom to waste the natural resources of the country;

5.          Not the right to monopolize (which impedes or prevents the establishment of new business, creates scarcity, and imperils the spirit of enterprise)

6.          Not the opposition to necessary an appropriate government regulation or operation (often for no other reason than that it is governmental);

7.          Not the appeal to government for subsidy or protection whenever adversity appears.

 

    These distortions have never belonged in a properly functioning system of free enterprise.  They tend to pull down private enterprise. They can pull democratic government down on top of them.  Indeed, the amazing fact is that a system so

much abused and so little understood has functioned as well as it has.  Past deficiencies, however, do not demonstrate that a free enterprise system will not work.  They merely demonstrate that we have not yet made a concerted and deliberate effort to make it work with full effectiveness.  We must learn how to outlaw its perversions and how to preserve and expand those beneficial features essential to a free society.

 

    The free enterprise system is maximum dependence upon competition and the free play of prices determine who shall produce what, maximum dependence on profit as an incentive rather than on compulsion or prestige, and maximum emphasis on free personal choice among the economic opportunities - be they goods or jobs - that are available.

 

    The driving energy of private incentive for the economic good of the nation as a whole is products and services adapted more closely to the desires of the buyers at ever lower prices.  If we maintain the essential features of our system of free enterprise and successfully prevent mass unemployment, there will be a free market open to the development of new, independent enterprises and this will continue to provide an economic basis for political freedom.  Such a market breeds the millions of rival producers and sellers who do not need to cater to private or public overloads.  They help keep the balance on the side of freedom and against the arbitrary exercise of economic power. They provide the competition that minimizes the need for government regulation and operation.  They provide an element of balance that counteracts potential dangers to our democratic institutions.

 

    Lack of competition stifles the free market.  Men want the security that includes opportunity.  It is discouragement that has germinated the "security psychosis11 that in some countries has induced citizens to take a defeatist view of human life and abandon human freedom.

 

    New products and services that only wait for development - they are everywhere around us - will beckon citizens on to renewed exertion.  America stands at the gate of an age of plenty.  The key is in our hands.  A system of free enterprise, based upon the principles herein set forth, can act as the provider as well as the safeguard of democracy.

 

    Most Americans would agree on the economic goals for America:  a community permanently rich in opportunity and security.  We can secure both if we work together.  We can work together only if we understand one another.  The people in America can build a new America - and help rebuild other countries' trust in our nation's leadership.  We in America have always had a dream.  We have never lost it.  We have it now.  With the enterprise, initiative, and goodwill of man urged on to the common good, we can make that dream come alive - not in the millennium but in the American of the approaching tomorrow.”

 

    Senator Kennedy expressed:

 

    “McCarthyism is not so far behind us.  Its brutality, its mean-spirited arrogance stripped this nation of its vitality and imagination -- and we needed nearly a decade to recover from its chilling effects.

 

    And not so many years before that, Irish Americans, Italian Americans, Jewish Americans and countless other immigrants were subjected to harsh, humiliating half-citizenship because fear and resentment, fanned by the forces of reaction, made these Americans into victims of bigotry and discrimination.

 

    Now we are living again in a painful era of change, a world of uncertain security where opportunists and extremists can use fear for their own narrow ends.  Economically, our lives are being confined by slow growth, recession and mortgage rates only a handful can afford.  Worse, a kind of gnawing unsureness affects many of the best of us uncertainty about the future, about the values of the past - even about the prospect of existence in the nuclear age.  I must warn you as strongly as I can:  this is a critical moment in our national history."

 

    On 23 March 1775, Patrick Henry echoed:  "Give me liberty or give me death."  If wide scale renewable energy developments are not sought after now, not ten or twenty years from now, the U. S. of America’s economy will fail, due to our nations reliance on nonrenewable natural resources and rate of consumption of fossil fuels, depleting Americas and the worlds reserves.  Depression worse then the 1920’s will become reality.  If we have not forgotten the very sustaining principles of productivity, then America has a chance.

 

    The path, with which our nation must seek, is via energy efficiency (self sufficiency) through all available energies (not just oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear power, etc.).  Outer space and ocean exploration has been part of our nations goals, yet the importance exploration of renewable energy abundant resources is just as important.

 

    If the banking institutions supported energy efficiency, with installment plans of guaranteed non-fluctuating interest at-reasonable repayments (10-12 percent), accompanied with tax credits, will give citizens the incentive to purchase and install energy efficient devices and products in their trucks, automobiles, airplanes, homes and businesses.

 

    Although banking institutions have invested in renewable energy technologies, supporting a mass scale energy efficiency program for Americans and citizens of the world is still not forth coming.  Renewable energy technologies have taken hold and are contributing to energy production throughout America and abroad.

 

    Americans' goal must be self-sufficiency through conservation and energy efficiency, which will necessitate less reliance on non-renewable natural resources.

 

    President Roosevelt, now lamented and departed, and "Energy Quest" have one important comparison, they both “restore America to Americans” and increase awareness of energy efficient devices and products. President Roosevelt once said that, “Financial royalties complain that government is trying to destroy financial institutions, but what they're really saying is that government is taking their economic power away from them, giving it to the people.”

 

Although President Roosevelt confronted and exposed tycoons as agitators toward America's economic growth, he offered suggestions, of which many were implemented, ensuring millions of Americans employment and creating a more productive, progressing America.  Financial institutions, during the great American depression, were either unable through human ingenuity or just plain unwilling to give up their ever advancing profits in order to make America productive.

 

    Can we not see the importance of individual self sufficiency through the purchase and installment of energy efficient devices and products, with which “Energy Quest” will offer, right down to actual loan programs at reasonable repayment rates (10-12 percent) and tax credits for every device or product contained within “Energy Quest.”

 

    If U. S. banking institutions don’t desire to utilize their own capital then we have only to establish a renewable foundation and everlasting revenue.  Allocate Federal Renewable Reserve Depository (FRRD) 95 billon dollars and Americans will be able to borrow their own money while becoming self sufficient or reducing energy consumption.

 

    I gladly and proudly lay my reputation as an author and inventor on the line and my conceptual foundation is the same as it was in 1982 and 1986 when I published two of three Energy Quest publications.  Energy Quest was published in 1979.

 

                                                              Energy Quest Encyclopedia's Energy Efficient Devices/Products

 

A.            "Energy Quest" (EQ)

 

 "EQ" will be a book of the most productive renewable/energy efficient devices/products on the market today.

 

           A.  On the market today there are many books explaining in detail renewable/energy efficient devices.  EQ will avoid this perspective of communication, and only concentrate on Web Sites communicating Renewable Energy; Company and Business information; Installation Contractors; Current prices, Rebates and Discounts as per individual devices/products listed within various chapters, although there may be a very limited explanation to the effect necessary toward explaining operational intricacies (i.e., windmills produce how much electricity when placed in a 10 knot wind site); County Laws relating to installation or regulations; Tax Credits; and available Loans.

 

  2.  “EQ" recommended retail cost of each volume (A to Z):   $49.95.  Tax       

        deductible upon purchase.

 

Chapters will be designated by device/products (i.e., windmill, solar panels, solar reflectors, solar hot water heaters, carburetor technology, energy efficient human ingenuity, etc.).

 

 “EQ” should have all devices/products listed within its structure evaluated for their productivity by the “Underwriters Laboratory,” and these devices/products will be guaranteed.

 

Appropriate Technologies and Sustainable Developments utilizing renewable energy resources thereby introducing energy efficient devices/products below are an overview of related chapters within “EQ”:

 

Solar Salt Ponds

Wind Generation

Bioenergy - Biomethanation - Biomass technologies such as Ethanol, Methanol, Biodiesel and Sympathetic Vibratory

Physics - Keely’s Etheric Vapor with acoustic stimulation and Mr. Yull Brown’s Brown Gas.

Energy Efficient Engines (Bourke) and Carburetor technologies (providing there can be future technologies guaranteeing

at least a 50 percent increase in gas mileage with effective horsepower to run a engine productively).

Electric cars operated with batteries and or photovoltaic cells

Airplanes with photovoltaic cells

Photovoltaics

Solar Radiation and thermal Systems

Solar/Hybridization of diesel generators with solar

Passive Affordable Solar Designs and Strategies for Homes in order to reduce and receive energy from the sun

Energy Efficient Appliances and Devices

Solar lights

Solar Hot Water Heaters

Solar Panels

Solar Reflectors

Solar Mirrors

Off Grid Living

Waste Vitrification transforming waste materials into chemically durable, environmentally safe products rather then land

fills, generating electricity as an added bonus and Vitrification International Technologies, Inc. (EnerWaste) waste

facilities meet State and Federal EPA standards.  EnerWaste vitrification technologies have been adapted to properly

dispose of municipal incinerator ash, municipal sold waste, medical wastes, contaminated soils, several hazardous wastes

and even radioactive sludge’s and combustible wastes containing heavy metals and organics.

Geothermal Energy devices/products

Wind Sails for Ships (Green Peace)

Solar Powered Space Ships and Plains in Space

Ocean Exploration

Batteries capable of lasting 2 to 5 years properly maintained, receiving energy from the sun/electricity (eventually even

electricity will have a renewable source for its foundation)

Devices/products which can be placed with other energy efficient devices/products once distributed within “EQ” that

will enhance a device energy efficiency

Water turbines designed to function in rivers, creeks, etc., generating electric energy

Human ingenuity made into mass production such as decorative aluminum devices affixed to the outer basement wall

with special installation, which would be designed to create heat from the sun.  Such a device/product could be placed

around the basement of a house (drawing heat into and under the house) or around the structure of a specially designated

building.  The end result would be to channel temperature variations to a principle residence upstairs via the ventilation

system.  Beer cans painted black and nailed on a screen isn’t that decorative but effective.

 

3.  Once “EQ” is produced/distributed, the following energy Investment Tax Credits will assist consumers and businesses greatly.  Percentages are recommendations altering past ITC’s.

 

            A.  Residential Renewable Energy Credit.  Forty percent on the amount invested by a homeowner in active solar, certain                        passive solar components, wind, photovoltaics and energy efficient engines or carburetors technologies, electric cars, etc.

 

Twenty percent on the amount invested when purchasing Equipment used for residential space heating, electrical or

mechanical applications (maximum credit of $4,000).

 

Residential Energy Conservation Credit. Provides a 25 percent credit for specified energy-conserving home improvements,

such as insulation, weather-stripping, energy-efficient furnace replacement burners, etc., up to $15,000.00 invested (for a

maximum credit of $25,000.00 if energy reduction can be proven 50% or greater.

 

Business/Industrial Renewable Energy Investment Tax Credit.  Provides a 25 percent Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for solar,

wind or geothermal equipment that contributes to an industrial process.

 

Business/Industrial Biomass Development Credit. Provides a 30 percent ITC for bioenergy/Biomethanation/Biomass

technologies and or device adaptations that contribute to an industrial process.

 

Business/Industrial Alcohol Fuels Production Credit.  Provides a 15 percent tax credit for the research investment into

refined fuels. 

 

4.  The following support Renewable Energy Technologies:  National Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energyhttp://www.dcs.ncsu.edu/solar/dsire/dsire.cfm

 

    A.  Energy Efficient Building Incentives Act (S.207):  The following text reflects the highlights of the act, that was re-introduced on January 30, 2001 by Senator Bob Smith (R-N.H.), chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.  If enacted, th Energy Efficient Building Incentives Act (S.207) will provide tax credits for energy efficient technology in buildings. Reflecting similar proposals under consideration in the states to reduce energy consumption in buildings, the legislation would provide a tax credit for energy efficient technology used during construction of a building or installed for later use. The legislation would target energy related technologies including photovoltaic equipment, solar hot water heaters, and Tier 1 and Tier 2 energy efficient property.

 

What is proposed:

Solar hot water property is eligible for a tax credit equal to $1.00 per kwh/year.

Photovoltaic property is eligible for a credit of $4.50 per peak watt.

Tier 1 energy efficient property is eligible for a credit of $750,

Tier 2 properties, being more efficient, are eligible for a larger credit of $1,500.

Installation of super-efficient and expensive natural gas heat pumps would qualify for a $3,000 tax credit.

    Tier 1 energy efficient property includes efficient electric heat pumps, air conditioners, and natural gas water heaters.

    Tier 2 equipment is eligible for a larger credit and includes natural gas water heaters, electric heat pump hot water heaters,

    electric heat pumps, central air conditioners, and natural gas heat pumps.

 

    Energy efficient commercial buildings are also eligible for tax credits on a per square foot basis if the total annual energy

    and power costs with respect to the lighting, heating, cooling, ventilation, and hot water supply systems exceed the

    performance of a qualified reference building by 50 percent or more.

 

    Cosponsors of this year’s bill include Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif), Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), John Kerry (D-Mass),

    Susan Collins (R-Me.), Olympia Snowe (R-Me.) and Jesse Helms (R-N.C.). Smith is trying to have the legislation

    wrapped into the GOP energy package.

 

    The full text of the bill is available at thomas web site http://thomas.loc.gov/ . Select "Bill Summary", then "107", then

    search for Bill/Amendment Number "S.207".  Information received from altenergy.com http://altenergy.about.com/industry/altenergy/library/refs/bl_fedacts207.htm?iam=dpile&terms=%2Benergy+%2Befficient+%2Btax+%2Bcredits

 

    B.  Utility Companies offer energy efficient incentives:

 

    PGE rebates and low interest rates for homeowners and rental property owners:

Up to a $350 cash rebate per residence, or a 6.5 percent loan on ceiling, wall and floor insulation and heating duct insulation and sealing.

If you heat with electricity, PGE offers you either a cash rebate of up to $350 per residence, or a 6.5 percent APR low-interest loan to make PGE-recommended energy efficiency home improvements. To find out how much your energy bill and personal comfort might benefit from adding home insulation or air sealing, call PGE's Home Energy Hotline at 800-722-9287. While you're at it, ask about PGE's free Home Energy Evaluation.

$25 cash rebate on a new energy-efficient electric water heater

If you have an old electric water heater, PGE offers a $25 water heater rebate to purchase a new energy-efficient model. To learn more about where to buy energy-efficient electric water heaters, call PGE's Home Energy Hotline at 800-722-9287 or web site at: http://www.portlandgeneral.com

9.9 percent loan on a new energy-efficiency electric water heater PGE offers customers with approved credit this low-interest loan through participating water heater dealers. Call PGE's Home Energy Hotline at 800-722-9287 for list of participating dealers.

ENERGY QUEST HISTORY

 

EQ History and EQ NEEDF Letters: (1); (2); (3); (4); (5); (6) & (7) from 1979 to 2001 frozen in time

 

 

models.

 

Manufacturers are adding qualifying dishwasher models regularly. Note: Not all Energy Star models qualify. Manufacturers also are adding new water heating systems periodically.

 

Very efficient central, split-system air conditioning systems now qualify for the tax credit. Models with a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 15 or higher and an Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of 13 or higher qualify. The tax credit for these central air conditioning systems is the amount listed on the Office of Energy qualifying equipment list or 25 percent of the net purchase price, whichever is less.

 

Heat recovery and energy recovery ventilation systems now qualify for the tax credit. They provide balanced ventilation for homes on a continuous (or semi-continuous) basis without the energy loss associated with other ventilation strategies. Typically, a trained heating, ventilating and air conditioning contractor designs and installs these systems. Both collect stale air from kitchens and bathrooms and exhaust it outside. At the same time, fresh outdoor air is filtered, warmed by heat transferred from exhaust air, then delivered to bedrooms or main living areas. Energy recovery systems offer an additional benefit: They transfer moisture between incoming and outgoing air flows to help maintain healthy humidity levels inside. The tax credit for ventilation systems is the amount listed on the Office of Energy qualifying equipment list or 25 percent of the net purchase price, whichever is less.

 

Testing and Servicing Heat Pumps and Central Air Conditioning Systems

 

The Oregon Office of Energy has a tax credit for testing heat pump and central air conditioning systems and servicing them for optimal performance. When a certified contractor performs work, you get a 25 percent tax credit for eligible costs, up to $250. (Duct testing and sealing also is eligible for a 25 percent tax credit, up to $250.) Call the Office of Energy to find out if contractors in your area are certified to perform testing and servicing.

 

Premium Efficiency Ducts

 

As much as 25 percent of the heat from a forced-air heating system may be lost through leaks in the ductwork. You can get a tax credit for sealing existing ductwork or installing a well-designed and sealed duct system in a new home. The tax credit is 25 percent of the cost of the work, up to $250.  A contractor certified by the Oregon Office of Energy must perform work.

 

Geothermal Space Heating

 

Geothermal heat pumps are three times more efficient in heating your home than baseboard electric heaters. A tax credit of up to $1,500 is available for installing the necessary ground-loop heat exchanger.

 

Solar Water Heating

 

You can get a tax credit of up to $1,500 for buying a solar water heating system for your home. Oregon's certified solar contractors can pre-approve your tax credit. Be sure to get an OG300-certified system that meets the Oregon Solar Energy Industry Association tank standard.

 

Solar Space Heating

 

A solar space heating system that meets at least 10 percent of the home's total energy requirements is eligible for a tax credit of up to $1,500. The tax credit may offset the additional cost of improved design, thermal storage and superior windows.

Solar Electricity

 

A solar photovoltaic system that meets at least 10 percent of the home's total energy requirements is eligible for a tax credit of up to $1,500.

 

Wastewater Heat Recovery

 

Use the waste heat from showers and other hot water uses to cut energy use for water heating by 8 to 12 percent. Wastewater heat recovery systems also can eliminate cold showers. Qualifying models are eligible for a tax credit or $80 to $120 depending on energy savings, not to exceed 25 percent of the cost. You need at least 4 feet of vertical drainpipe from the shower or on the main water drain. You can install the system yourself or hire a plumber. Some installation costs are eligible.

Solar Electric AC Modules

 

Solar electric alternating current (AC) modules are eligible for the tax credit. They include an inverter that converts direct current to alternating current (what household appliances run on). Some of the modules also include a system to store the electricity for use when the sun isn't shining. Common uses for the modules include outdoor lighting, fans, operating gates, and charging batteries and electric fences. The tax credit for modules on the Office of Energy qualifying equipment list is $2 per peak Watt or 25 percent of the net purchase price, whichever is less.

 

Wind Systems

 

You can produce electricity with a wind system and get a tax credit of 60 cents per estimated kWh saved during the first year, up to $1,500. Qualifying costs include wind measuring equipment, turbines, towers, associated components, engineering costs, utility interconnection equipment and installation. You will need wind information for your location and calculations showing how much energy your expect to produce. The wind system must meet at least 10 percent of the total energy requirements of the home.

 

Fuel Cells

 

Fuel cells work like batteries, but run on fuel, almost any kind. They take hydrogen from the fuel and combine it with oxygen, making an electric current in the process. Because they don't burn the fuel and are super-efficient, the only by-products are water, heat and a little CO2. Fuel cells are now entering the residential market. You can use them to make electricity and heat your home and water and get a tax credit of 60 cents per estimated kWh saved during the first year, up to $1,500. The fuel cell system must have a minimum rated stack capacity of 0.5 kilowatts and a minimum rated system capacity of 10 kilowatts.

 

Alternative-Fuel Vehicles

 

You can get a tax credit of up to $750 for buying an alternative-fuel fuel vehicle or converting a vehicle to use an alternative fuel. Qualifying fuels include electricity, natural gas, ethanol, propane and others. You can get an additional tax credit of up to $750 for the charging or fueling system.

 

The Oregon Residential Energy Tax Credit brochure (http://www.energy.state.or.us/res/tax/retcbro.pdf (pdf) explains how you'll save on energy bills and how to apply for the credit. Contact The Oregon Office of Energy with any questions at (503-378-4040 in Salem or 1-800-221-8035 toll-free in Oregon).

 

The Energy Note Buying and Using Home Appliances at http://www.energy.state.or.us/res/appnote.pdf explains how to use your appliances efficiently to reduce your utility bills, maintain your appliances to keep them operating longer and with fewer repairs and look for energy-saving features on new appliances.

 

    E.  Appliances designed more efficient:

     By Cat Lazaroff

 

     “WASHINGTON, DC, May 23, 2000 (ENS) - Appliance manufacturers, energy efficiency advocates and public officials announced an agreement today to improve the energy efficiency of household appliances. The agreement, covering clothes washers and refrigerators, is the result of months of negotiations between appliance manufacturers and a broad coalition of public interest advocates.

 

    A typical family now spends about $200 per year on energy, water, and detergent for doing laundry. The new standards would cut the average bill by about $75 a year.

 

    "America's laundry load will get a lot lighter thanks to this agreement," said Howard Geller, executive director of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and a participant in the negotiations. "Specifically, the agreement will reduce the load on consumers' wallets, the load on utility power plants and water systems, and the load on the environment."

 

    The agreement includes joint recommendations for new minimum efficiency standards for clothes washers, tax credits for manufacturers who produce washers or refrigerators that exceed the efficiency standards, and new, higher qualification levels for these products to obtain the voluntary Energy Star label designation.

 

    "The clothes washer standards that manufacturers have agreed to will reduce hot water use and the total energy consumption associated with clothes washers by about one third. As a result, consumers will cut their energy, water and detergent purchases by over $25 billion during the next 30 years," said Geller.

 

    The new clothes washer standard is one of several standards the DOE has committed to upgrade this year. The DOE proposed new standards for water heaters last month and is expected to propose new central air conditioner standards this summer. Improving air conditioner efficiency is particularly important because of the strain cooling equipment places on the electric system as evidenced by power outages in Chicago, New York, New Orleans and other regions of the country last summer.

 

    "The Energy Department can more than double the energy savings achieved with today's agreement and reduce the likelihood of future power blackouts by setting a strong new air conditioner standard," said Andrew DeLaski, executive director of the Appliance Standards Awareness Project, who took part in the negotiations.

 

    The new clothes washer efficiency standards would be phased in starting in 2004 and affect all new washers sold in the United States. By 2007, energy use by washers would be cut by about half. Water use would also be cut, saving trillions of gallons by 2030. The Department of Energy (DOE) is expected to issue the new standards by the end of this year.

 

The proposal would create stricter criteria for Energy Star labeling of washers and refrigerators

 

    "This is a significant victory for the environment," said deLaski. "The water savings will reach up to 11 trillion gallons, meaning less water needs to be pumped from America's aquifers and rivers, and less strain on already overtaxed water and sewer systems."

 

    The energy savings will reach more than four quadrillion Btus - equivalent to the annual energy use of about 21 million households - meaning less fuel needs to be burned to generate electricity and heat water. This in turn will reduce local and regional air pollution and cuts emissions of the gases causing global warming.

 

    The agreement is expected to cut carbon dioxide emissions by up to 310 million metric tons over the next 30 years. Carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas released from burning coal, oil and natural gas, is considered one of the main culprits in global climate change.

 

    "This agreement demonstrates in practical terms how policies that cut global warming pollution need not harm the economy, as pessimists have argued," says Dan Lashof, a senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).

 

    To encourage even higher levels of efficiency than required by the standards, public interest groups joined manufacturers in supporting tax credits for highly efficient washers and refrigerators.

 

    Over the 2001 through 2006 period covered by the proposed tax credits, a manufacturer could receive up to $30 million in credits in each of two efficiency categories.

Energy Star labels allow consumers to buy the most efficient appliances on the market.

 

 

    "The tax credits will speed up the production of state of the art products, providing additional energy and water savings while helping manufacturers to offset their investment costs. We urge the Congress to enact these tax credits this year," said ACEEE’s Geller.

 

    "Whirlpool endorses this historic agreement that not only represents a significant advancement in energy efficiency, but will also benefit the environment," said Jeff Fettig, president and COO of Whirlpool Corporation, a major appliance manufacturer. "Whirlpool is uniquely positioned to deliver on these consumer savings and benefits. And, as a global company we plan to use our global product development and technology capabilities to develop both clothes washers and refrigerators that exceed the new energy efficiency levels in exchange for the tax credit we hope to receive as a part of this agreement."

 

    The agreement was also endorsed by the Maytag Company and by GE Corporation. All three companies are already producing some highly efficient appliances.

 

For information:  513-947-4100 800-482-2726.  "Consumers don’t have to wait to make their washers greener and cheaper," said David Goldstein, NRDC’s Energy Program director and a chief negotiator for the new efficiency agreement. "Products that meet the 2007 standard already are available, and can be identified by the Energy Star label."  Information received from Environment  News Service. http://ens.lycos.com/ens/may2000/2000L-05-23-06.html

 

More information on Energy Star rated products is available at: http://www.energystar.gov

 

                                                            Very Respectfully,

 

                                                             BRUCE WAYNE HENION

 

 

 

 

Energy Quest

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 USS CORAL SEA (CV 43)

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw, A Sailors tale of his Tour of duty in the U.S. Navy (August 1977 to February 1983)

 

A Sailors tale of his Tour of duty in the U.S. Navy (August 1977 to February 1983) - Operation Evening Light and Eagle Claw - (24 April 1980)

 

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USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA  Vol. I (10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA Vol. I

(10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975)

 

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USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. II

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USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. III

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