[permaculture] GEET technology
jodyt2 at mac.com
Sun Jul 19 10:46:41 EDT 2009
As I said, I'm not connected to this at all so I don't really care who
believes it. I just thought some permies may follow this.
It isn't new - the guy has been trying to get the technology out for
years but is thwarted at every turn. He now has a school in the
Netherlands and is opening an office in Switzerland because he can't
make it happen here. He claims there are already tractors, and a
helicopter in europe using this technology. Other people using GEETs
are keeping very quiet about it.
There are people that have wanted to buy the technology from him, but
he won't sell. If you remember the electric car, we all know what
Plenty of stuff comes up if you Google it.
On Jul 19, 2009, at 8:25 AM, Benny H wrote:
> "Claims are that an engine with a fully functional GEET (which
> replaced the standard carburetor) creates no pollution."
> c'mon ...
> On 7/19/09, Jody Troupe <jodyt2 at mac.com> wrote:
>> Hello Permies-
>> Is anyone here interested in GEET technology? I thought the subject
>> might apply to the permaculture group since it deals with alternative
>> energy sources and sustainability. Claims are that an engine with a
>> fully functional GEET (which replaced the standard carburetor)
>> no pollution.
>> For anyone who is interested, the inventor Paul Pantone will be
>> classes 1 week a month, this Aug. thru Nov.
>> Here is his description of the class:
>> "Monday & Tuesday are classroom time. I go over the Discoveries that
>> have been
>> made and show how they interact and what we have learned as to why
>> and how.
>> Then we go through building a GEET and installing it onto an engine.
>> We demonstrate
>> right and wrong so you can understand quickly if something is wrong,
>> you need to know
>> why, and how to correct it.
>> "We will finish the week off with different applications of GEET to
>> furnaces, boilers, diesel,
>> and fuel manufacturing, similar to making your own Propane/natural
>> gas substitute."
>> I'm not connected to this in anyway. I just thought the topic might
>> interest this group.
>> If anyone wants more info, here is his email address.
>> paul.pantone at yahoo.com
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