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INTEQ Quantum: Renewable Energy For the Future

You know I love to bring you anything new and great that I find in my internet research. Since I became disabled I really have nothing to do but to learn and continue to grow. This latest great find is in the Renewable Energy field. I went to school for five years to become an Electrician. I've worked in Nuclear Power Plants. I've run power for over a hundred miles of toll roads and freeways. I've even worked at bringing emergency power to city streets after massive hurricanes, while I had no power at home. Energy is something I've studied and worked on; it's something I know.

When I found INTEQ Quantum I was amazed at the technology and research that went into this new green energy source. Let me tell you about this company, what it means to me, and what it will mean to you and your future.

Muons as an Energy Source; What's a Muon?

Muons are nothing new to energy generation. Muons are particles that fall freely from space; you can't feel or see them. A Muon is an electron and two neutrinos. Energized particles are constantly falling through our atmosphere from space; that's how the energy from the sun is harnessed in Solar panels, even on cloudy days. Muons are the most numerous of the energized particles and yet go relatively unused. That's wasted energy; it's wasted because scientists ran into a problem.

Science already uses Muons to help with nuclear fusion. There was an "alpha-sticking problem" which was caused by muons combining with sub-particles or by-products of the fusion reaction. Scientists found other ways and therefore didn't try to perfect the muon energy.

Now, those little muons, you may wonder just how much energy they have, how they compare with the energy that we use. We use electron generation but muons are about two hundred times the mass of electrons and behave in the same way. They start out as an electron and three neutrinos, but as they pass through the atmosphere that third neutrino falls away and the resultant particle has the second longest life span of any charged particle.

INTEQ has figured out a way to capture those Muons and use them in energy generation. These particles are not dependent on the weather or the sun, and they don't produce any greenhouse gases or waste products. While many power plants require another source of power such as coal to operate, the muon generation system is self generating and requires no outside reaction to get started.

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Imagine the INTEQ Future

Today, Hurricane Sandy is pounding the east coast and as I write this the storm is still two hundred miles off shore. There are already tens of thousands of people across multiple states that are without power. Imagine a future where that would no longer happen.

My generation has grown up with an awareness of energy crises, from gas shortages in the seventies, to no nukes protests in the eighties, to the fear of global warming that people argue today. We see new advances in solar energy and then are told that it's too costly to implement. We see a return to wind and hydro energy and are told that these are hazards to birds and sea life. We know that the truth is the same as it was in the days of NikolaTesla, energy is in the hands of those who would monetize it, even though Tesla thought it should be free. Edison figured out how to harness and enclose our energy so that it is provided for a price.

INTEQ has come up with a way to change the way we view and use energy so that there will be no more energy crises in the future. The cost of an INTEQ power plant is about 85% less than building a nuclear power plant. Nuclear power plants have to shut down every year, some twice a year, for cleaning and refueling. An INTEQ power generator never needs refueling.

Coal, gas, oil; these sources are non-renewable and will eventually run out. You need only read the news to see the hazards of these energy sources, between oil spills and the collapses of various coal mines around the world. How many more times will we be asked to pray for the victims of disaster after disaster? Energy disasters...

INTEQ Quantum, no disaster here, just good, clean, renewable, green energy.

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Lipnancy 4 years ago from Hamburg, New York

Very interesting. I will have to keep my ears open about this. I am fascinated about all the energy sources that are available and few ever get developed.

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Faybe Bay 4 years ago from Florida Author

Thank you, Lipnancy. I am hoping that this technology won't take as long as Solar Panels did; hopefully it won't be too expensive. I will keep you posted as I learn more.

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Dennis AuBuchon 4 years ago

great hub. I voted up, awesome and interesting. I also tweeted, pinned and posted a link on facebook. I intend to learn more about this fantastic topic and perhaps write an additional article on the benefits of this resource

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Faybe Bay 4 years ago from Florida Author

Thank you Dennis, that means a lot to me. I must admit that this article met with mixed reviews. I am excited when anyone tries to find a better way to create or harness energy, but one reader thought I was selling something. I ended up avoiding the article out of upset. I hope that this technology can replace some of the more expensive fuel sources and do for energy what Henry Ford did for the automobile, make it affordable for all people. :)

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Dennis AuBuchon 4 years ago


I have completed my article on this topic. I contacted the organization and they wanted to see the article before I published it. I have submitted it for their review and I will publish it with any recommended changes. Thanks again for bringing this resource to the surface developed by INTEQ.

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Faybe Bay 4 years ago from Florida Author

Awesome! Let me know when it's published, I'd love to read it and connect the two. I feel like we are on the ground floor reporting on people like Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla!

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Dennis AuBuchon 4 years ago

I am in the process of publishing it on hubpages. I received a comment from INTEQ saying great job.

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Dennis AuBuchon 4 years ago

I have published the article on hubpages.

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Faybe Bay 4 years ago from Florida Author

Awesome Dennis! I am going to check it out now, thanks!

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particleboffin 3 years ago

It is very interesting to finally see muon energy being highlighted. I tried to discuss this phenomenon with people almost 30 years ago. Heinz Stobel has some very interesting patents on this technology also but approaching his research from a different angle. I have postulated a theory of making a muon laser also and for anyone familiar with the work of Joseph Weber from Maryland uni it all begins to make sense. Such a device could also effectively 'neutralise' an atomic weapon since the plutonium would not reach critical mass. Hope that this is one project that is on their drawing board. Imagine a world where people do not need to live in fear of atomic weapons.

' Tis a consumation devoutly to be wished'.


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Faybe Bay 3 years ago from Florida Author

Thank goodness there is someone who has such a positive attitude on this technology. I can picture a world like that; it would be a wonderful place to live!

particleboffin 3 years ago

The other major advantage with using muon 'laser' technology is that weapons could be 'neutralised' discretly from any location on the planet (i.e. America) as this particle passes through all elements (including lead) and straight through the epicentre of the earth so there is no way to prevent the 'neutralising' of the weapons. I have some simple designs for a device which I have theorised might work. I need an expert opinion to tell me if these designs are indeed deasible. Anyone interested to join me in this research?

maarten 2 years ago

The muon is an unstable subatomic particle with a mean lifetime of 2.2 µs (that is: 0.0000022 second)

And now they are falling from space in significant quantaties!

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snerfu 2 years ago from Madurai, India

Great news and lovely article Faybe, I guess the world needs to adapt fast or pay the price. Indeed it is heartening to know that there are several alternate source for energy.

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