At a time when the media is promoting E85 fuel, there seems to be total confusion at all levels between ETBE and ethanol. No European fuel standard allows the incorporation of 85% ethanol into the fuel (for reasons of resistance to water and volatility in particular), its transformation, [...]
Launch in the Marne of the national experiment of Bio-ethanol (E 85) and commissioning of the first fleet of flex fuel vehicles. Download the file (a newsletter subscription may be required): flex fuel vehicles and ethanol-based E85.
Added 3 articles on Ivan Makhonine. Makhonine: aircraft with variable geometry Makhonine: aeronautical tests of fuel Makhonine: scientific explanations of its fuel These articles complete the press review on this page: Makhonine: fuel by liquefaction of coal
How did Makhonine fuel work and burn? Makhonine fuel is a fuel derived from the liquefaction of carbon (coal, coal but also potentially wood, biomass, etc.). To find out more about makhonine fuel: Makhonine, a fuel by liquefaction of coal. This article, entitled "History of the Russian Magician ”, is taken from the newspaper […]
Uploading new 2 videos about the "nettle maniac case", click to download. Prohibition of nettle manure on France2 Prohibition and approval of phytonatural products on TF1, 2th reportAn XNUMth video on this subject: Prohibition of nettle manure on TF3 Find out more: - The recipe for nettle manure and its possible uses.- [...]
Video of 1 20's TF2006 Newspaper about the recent (French-French) ban on selling (but also passing on knowledge and information) phytosanitary products that have not been authorized. To find out more: - To discuss the prohibition of phytosanitary products on forums- Nettle manure re-authorized for marketing [...]
Video of the 2 19 FR2006 Journal on the recent (French-French) ban on selling (but also passing on knowledge and information) phytosanitary products that have not been authorized. Prohibition of natural products in agriculture by econology Learn more: The recipe for nettle manure and its possible uses. [...]
This page is part of the "Makhonine" folder. - Makhonine: variable geometry plane - Makhonine: fuel by liquefaction of coal The article (click on the images to enlarge): The article reads in 3 columns to the bottom, so you have to go back to the 1st image in the end of each column. Find out more: - […]
Ivan Makhonine, a little-known genius? Ivan Makhonine is relatively "known" for his process of liquefying coal and lignite (process which ruined him but this is another story) but much less for his other work. Here is a small press review which presents some of his other work and completes […]
After some debate and analysis, it seems that there are more and more doubts about the veracity of the previous news. The arrow on the photograph actually indicates an original part (air heater). Learn more
Advice for gardening in a more natural way and reducing its impact on the environment Keywords: lawn, plants, vegetable patch, flowers, gardening, organic, natural fertilizers, tip and tips… Find out more and share your “green” tips: tips and green tips for a greener garden Water your plants, flower beds and vegetable gardens, in the morning or […]
Great first, water injection work via a G system "take off" ... in a helicopter. Learn more and discuss about the forum.
September 1 15 TF2006 Newspaper video about the recent ban on selling (but also passing on knowledge and information) phytosanitary products that have not been authorized. Sting nettle slurry by econology Learn more: The recipe for nettle manure and its possible uses. Debate on the ban [...]
Report after 150h of oil palm operation of a motor Lister. By the CODEART - Cooperation in the Development of Crafts Debate on the forum Download the file (a subscription to the Newsletter may be required): HVP: burning palm oil
Publication of a summary article on alternative insulators to chemical insulators (rockwool, glass wool, polyester, etc.). This article is divided into 2 parts (click to read): 1) Part 1: glass wool insulation (quoted in 'reference'), cork, hemp and wood wool. 2) Part 2: perlite, linen, cellulose, wool [...]