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I found this article on a new Kickstarter campaign.  It sounds wildly optimistic but the science seems sound.

Dark Energy Inc announces a new revolutionary renewable energy Kickstarter campaign. 

April 1st 2015,   Modesto, CA:

Dark Energy Inc announced today that they are starting the biggest, most revolution Kickstarter campaign in history.  After years of research Dark Energy is ready to go into production with their dark energy/dark matter energy panel.  The “Dark Panel” as they are calling it will completely change the entire energy production model by allowing extremely small energy collection panels with extraordinary density similar to the energy density in the core of a nuclear reactor.  A “Dark Panel” the size of a Iphone could produce enough power to run a typical American home, while a Dark Panel the size of a typical home roof could supply enough energy for a small city.

Unlike virtually every other renewable energy device the Dark Panel produces energy all day, all night, 365 days of the year.  Every location on earth receives the same amount of dark energy so the Dark Panel will work just as well on the North Pole as on the equator.  There is no need for energy storage since the Dark Panel always produces full power.  Theoretical maximum energy density is on the order of KW/sq mm but in order to keep operating temperatures reasonably low the Dark Panel will run at a much more modest1 watt/ sq mm, still more than enough for powering virtually every device on earth with it's own energy source.

Imagine a car that never needs gasoline or a charge, has the power of a Ferrarri 458, makes virtually no noise, makes no pollution, and needs almost zero maintenance.  Or how about an airliner that can fly nonstop from NY to Sydney, and then fly back to NY without refueling and with no fuel costs at all (other then the Dark Panel inside the wing).  Cell phones could have unlimited power enabling much more powerful processors, brighter displays, and would still have enough extra power to run your home.  

For really demanding applications, like space travel, a Dark Panel with the full 1KW/mm can be built using active space radiative cooling.  Mining asteroids, building colonies on Mars, or exploring the galaxy become cost effective possibilities.

So how does this Dark Panel work, and why haven't we heard of this before?  Dark energy exists all around us but is nearly impossible to interact with, until now.  Dark matter will pass directly through virtually all naturally occurring matter, which is why it is so difficult to see or measure.  The secret to the Dark Panel being able to collect dark energy lies in it's unique 3D particle beam printed absorption surface.  By laying down a 3d matrix of subatomic particles the Dark Energy engineers have designed a new molecular structure that is tuned exactly to the wavelength of dark energy.  What they needed to create was a layered structure of solid subatomic particles, which at first glance seems to violate known theories of nuclear physics.  Normally one would expect a solid piece of subatomic particles to be unstable (it would breakdown as fast as you could create it) but by creating layers only 1 subatomic particle in depth a stable object can be created.

The specific structure for each layer of subatomic particles is quite complex and only the 3d particle beam printer can lay down the particles exactly enough to make the concept work.  Even with the 3d printer the engineers needed to go to extreme lengths in order to find a way to place every particle in exactly the right spot in the matix.

The Kickstarter is going to attempt to crowd fund the project so that the technology won't have to be sold as a for profit product.  As Dark Energy engineer Vilmos Juhasz said, “we don't want the military or some multinational corporation to own this technology.  We want this technology to be used for the benefit of all mankind”. 

The Kickstarter will go up in a few days.  The award levels will be:  I just want to help, $100, get a single chip Dark Panel that will output enough power for any laptop computer.  Home owner, $5,000, get a 10cm sq Dark Panel, enough to run an average home.  Business owner/power a villager, $50,000, Dark Panel with 1 MW output, enough to run a moderate sized company or town.  Industrialist/small city dweller,  $500,000,  Dark Panel large enough to power a steel mill, oil refinery or city.  Big tycoon/big city dweller,  $10,000,000, Dark Panel big enough to run a major city.  Billionaire/national government.  $100,000,000, 20 City sized Dark Panels.  Billionaire/national government spaceflight enthusiast.  $1 billion, ultra high energy density Dark Panel for space flight applications.  Goal, $100 billion.

The timeline is 1 year from close of Kiskstarter to build the 3d particle beam printer.  The awards should be start shipping 1 month after completion of 3d particle beam printer.
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This is exactly what India needs....but Modi is more concerned about protecting jobs of parasites called government employees....
 
Mint: Debroy committee suggests corporatization of Railways. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw8IXtgCE
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Must Read.....except for roads, rails, ports, airports and defense, Government acquiring land is almost always unnecessary....Mr. Modi needs to wake up and smell the coffee....otherwise he will have the distinction of falling even faster than his meteoric rise .....People are not fools that they will get convinced with some contrived emotionL arguments in Man Ki Baat.....
 
It is a myth that economic growth will suffer without laws enabling the expropriation of land
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Must Read.....except for roads, rails, ports, airports and defense, Government acquiring land is almost always unnecessary....Mr. Modi needs to wake up and smell the coffee....otherwise he will have the distinction of falling even faster than his meteoric rise .....People are not fools that they will get convinced with some contrived emotionL arguments in Man Ki Baat.....
 
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This is exactly what India needs....but Modi is more concerned about protecting jobs of parasites called government employees....
 
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I suspect the reason Modi government doesn't tackle corruption, is because the government employees constitute a large percentage of his supporters.
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Corporatization of Railway is a very very very big decision. Cannot be taken into a huddle. Subsidized fares and jobs of lakhs of people are put at stake. Don't forget we live in the land of muftkhoors
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Must Read.....except for roads, rails, ports, airports and defense, Government acquiring land is almost always unnecessary....Mr. Modi needs to wake up and smell the coffee....otherwise he will have the distinction of falling even faster than his meteoric rise .....People are not fools that they will get convinced with some contrived emotionL arguments in Man Ki Baat.....
 
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Mint: This is the one big-bang reform Narendra Modi can’t avoid. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwodzn-yA
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