technological foci – science & technology (nest)


Written by faculty members at the School of Science & Design Innovation at the online NewEarth University (NEU)


The NewEarth Science & Technology discipline of the School of SDI – Science & Design Innovation has been engaged for years in research & development with, or dedicated to include, transformative technologies in five areas: energy, waste, water, food, and construction.

NewEarth Technological Foci:


1. Energy

Advanced Solar Solutions – due to the extant global acceptance of solar as a power source, the next generation of solar power solutions are a feasible deliverable energy technology solution; and one reason that the NEST (NE Science & Technology discipline) has been interested in this technology. Other technology solutions currently in research and development include:

Crystal Batteries – a simple solution to provide small-scale on-demand clean energy at point of use.

Wireless Energy Transfer – building upon the work of Nikola Tesla, utilizing the Earth Resonance Method to transfer electrical energy wirelessly.

Plasma and Hydroxy Power Generators – rotary and propane platforms converted to run on distilled water and plasma.

Quantum Field Generators – non-mechanical devices that harness energy directly from the quantum field.

Power Amplifiers – non-mechanical transformer based devices which deliver an over unity power output which, when coupled with a power storage device, allows the device to become a self-powering zero-point power generator.

Note: The energy revolution is happening.  Humanitad Foundation’s ground-breaking, decentralizing power initiative, the QT-Pi (cutey-pie) was successfully unveiled to the world livestreamed during the closing ceremonies of the NewEarth Ancient Futures Festival at the NewEarth Haven in Bali, Indonesia, April 2017.  (QT-Pi has continued to be rigorously tested for optimal performance.)


2. Waste

Municipal Waste & Wastewater Treatment System – a clean trash-to-energy-to-food system. MSW, or trash, is converted into a multitude of valuable commodities.  This includes separation for recyclables, bio-digestion, bio-composting, vermiculture, algae-culture, closed looped reduction of inorganics, clean generation of electric power, and capturing and cleaning gases and fuels.

Products include highly-productive, organic, fertile top- soil amendments, clean electricity, a superior fish food and livestock feed supplement, blue green algae (Spirulina and ChlorelIa), and distilled water.


3. Water

Purification – new earth technologies incorporate a range of purification technologies that range from state-of-the-art water desalination, sterilization, bacteria and virus elimination systems to naturally occurring effective microorganisms and vermicultures.

Re-structuring – Faculty members of the NEST discipline have worked closely with the faculty in Design & Development to develop architectural strategies for incorporating water collection facilities which employ geometry, vortices, and charged crystals to restructure water upon capture.

Vortex Treatment – the imploder is a specially designed vortex nozzle, created by Dan Winter, longtime friend to the NewEarth movement. The imploder energizes any water back to its natural state. Multiple experiments have shown vortex treated water to bring health and longevity to plant life, animals and humans alike.


4. Food

Q-Permaculture – there is ongoing research being conducted into the efficacy of quantum technologies for increasing the quality and quantity of food and other agricultural products.  Such technologies include the Vedic technology of Agnihotra, using sound therapy to harmonize earth frequencies, and the use of geometry and shape for affecting fertility. (Please refer to the School of Socio-Economics & Ecology and its related NewEarth Initiative: Arks of Fire.)

Hydroponics and Aquaponics – redesigns of existing hydroponic and aquaponic systems, establishing new systems as part of an integrated permaculture strategy to achieve truly organic and natural hydroponic and aquaponic operations.


5. Construction

Geo-Polymer – an indigenous and sustainable alternative to portland cement.  Geo-polymers possess far greater compressive and tensile strengths than portland cement, are fire-proof, water-proof, pest-proof and become stronger over time as they sequester co2 from the atmosphere for decades.   They are also crystalline in nature and so can be imbued with energetic frequencies and electrical charge to enhance the effect of the New Earth architectural principles.

Bamboo – this great traditional building material (used at the NewEarth Haven in Bali, Indonesia) is being revived for modern construction requirements.  It is the fastest growing wood on the planet generating 35% more oxygen than any other tree and has a higher tensile strength by weight than any other wood.  At the same time, growing bamboo helps to create forests and retain rainwater, raising ground water levels.

Binishells – using low air pressure to lift and shape thin reinforced shell structures, poured at ground level, binishells essentially use air as their formwork.  As well as being inherently green, binishells are fast, strong and flexible and can be made in an infinite variety of shapes.

Local Building Methods – certain traditional building methods and techniques are themselves highly advanced.  NEST has long been engaging in various studies (in tandem with the Design & Development faculty members) of certain local building techniques to explore their efficacy as construction technology solutions of the future; and how and where appropriate to incorporate such techniques into designs to create localized exemplars for the marriage of old and new.


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