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India permits free energy technology despite threats from UK, US, Saudi Arabia | EU

India permits free energy technology despite threats from UK, US, Saudi Arabia | EU | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
A Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) has been invented by Paramahamsa Tewari, electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India. His background includes engineering project management for construction of nuclear power stations. The efficiency of models he has built, which have also been independently built and tested, is as high as 250%.
Carlos Fosca's insight:

Paramahamsa Tewari, un ingeniero hindú, quien ha trabajado denodadamente durante casi 50 años en la creación y perfeccionamiento de su generador eléctrico RLG esta a punto de revolucionar la física al haber descubierto la posibilidad de desarrollar una máquina capaz de crear energía, logrando un rendimiento superior al 250% (es decir produce más energía de lo que requiere).  Este descubrimiento contradice a la segunda ley de la termodinámica (ley de conservación de la energía)  así como a  la ley de Lenz y propone como explicación de ello, una nueva teoría denominada Space Vortex Theory (SVT) que "difiere de las tradicionales concepciones cuánticas de la naturaleza del electrón pues sostiene que el espacio es una entidad más fundamental que la materia, por lo cual se redefinirían los conceptos de masa, inercia, gravedad, carga eléctrica y luz. Esta teoría aparece como opuesta a la concepción tradicional según la cual la materia estaría llena, y el espacio vacío" (fuente: http://www.lagaceta.com.ar/blogs/ensaladacesario/634154/esta-maquina-puede-revolucionar-historia-fisica.html).

 

No resulta extraño que a la fecha haya muchos científicos en todo el mundo que sean muy escépticos respecto de esta teoría teniendo en cuenta que quien lo propone, no es precisamente un físico renombrado con un doctorado y numerosas publicaciones científicas sino un ingeniero que se ha dedicado casi toda su vida a demostrar su teoría. 

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Why is India the Hub of E-learning Outsourcing?

Why is India the Hub of E-learning Outsourcing? | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Do you intend to outsource your eLearning project to India? Then let let's look at why offshoring to India can be a winning proposition.Read more ›
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Can India Create the Next Apple or Google?

Can India Create the Next Apple or Google? | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
In India, there is a lot of talk about ‘innovation.’ But the innovation that we talk about is not the real innovation. Real innovation has an inherent element of high risk, which Indians are averse
Carlos Fosca's insight:

"What India needs is a national innovation ecosystem that puts in place a financing cycle: academia generate ideas, especially those based on science and technology, which are incubated to proof of concept through government-sponsored seed and incubation funding and then taken to market through business intervention backed by venture funding."

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Economic giant India feels growing pains.

Economic giant India feels growing pains. | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
The latest turmoil affecting the currency and lending markets of the world’s emerging economies has hit India particularly hard. As the country’s structural problems become more evident, some see an opportunity at hand.
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Sun-powered desalination for villages in India

Sun-powered desalination for villages in India | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Off-grid Indian communities with salty groundwater could get potable water through a proposed solar technique.
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India : Universe of frugal innovation

This week we are Down to Earth in India. For the last 20 years through the Honey Bee network Professor Anil Gupta has been travelling across India in search ...
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