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This Blog will show and expose the lies behind the modern Eco Investment Fraud that there is one by one.
Since this technology has the power to radically change all our lives to the better it is widely opposed by the MAfia that there is the Oil Industry and the Banking Cartell.

Money is War and money creates War and as such there is no support whatsoever for this Technology.

I share a Dream with Nikola Tesla.

To create a peacefull clean World where every one lives in harmony and prosperity together.

A world where every one is educated to his or hers full potential.

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Advances in System Infrastructure and Transport

Posted by Dietmar Mager on August 20, 2011 at 5:40 AM

Use of modern technology has improved mode of transportation we have today, which can be attributed to modern rail network, infrastructure like roads and bridges and the invention of the airplane and car. These innovations are due to the ingenuity used in engineering, science and mathematics.

 Use of modern technology has improved mode of transportation we have today, which can be attributed to modern rail network, infrastructure like roads and bridges and the invention of the airplane and car.  These innovations are due to the ingenuity used in engineering, science and mathematics.

Years ago, when the car or any other kind of momentum transport is still pending invention, travel and transportation of animals and agricultural products is still a major problem.  Try to think of the slow transport was that people use donkeys and horses, including pulling carts, cars and transportation to move people and goods to their destinations.  The medical and social problems were not addressed timely and satisfactory because of delays due to transport problems and dissemination of information.


The story of how the system infrastructure can be started can be difficult to identify such courts, which first raised with horses and other animals were then expanded to make room for cars, trucks and other developed before the invention of cars, trucks and buses to travel Because cars are better than ever, the roads and bridges built and improved many inventions that have emerged.

The advent of steam in the 18th  century opened the way for the invention of railways and modern trains.  In 1817, John Stevens, given the letter of the first railroad in North America and subsidies soon one after another, bringing the first railway in operation.  railway projects that were conceptualized during this period is better, until it is fully operational.  In 1970, Congress passed the Passenger Rail creation of Amtrak, serving over 20 million customers annually through its national network of rail passengers in and out of town and


Twenty-three thousand people employed in various departments to perform different tasks.  The Vancouver Skytrain, which carried an average of 622,000 passengers per day for 17 days of the Winter Olympics in 2010, is the longest automated rapid transit system in the world of travel at 80-90 miles per hour top speed and about 45 miles per hour in  average.  It also includes traffic longest cable bridge in the world has only supported the bridge, which runs the Fraser River and connects to Westminster, Surrey, allows air to move in between the railway station and King George Waterfront Station.


The way we travel now, which is fast, could not have been possible without heavy equipment and machinery have replaced manual labor.  Instead of doing the job manually, the men operated these giant machines to dig the ground, lifting objects weighing hundreds of tons, among others.  The World Trade Center in New York was built by thousands of men and machines to be destroyed, and only destroyed also by the men behind the machines.  Today, buildings that were built years could easily be reversed within a few minutes because of the different inventions made by man.  Thus the power of human technology can not be inhibited.


If you are in the construction industry, which has various types of equipment for digging, lifting, throwing objects, such as placement of pre-cast, steel and others are fast, efficient and practical.  Especially since you need heavy machinery if you play long in the contract to complete the work before time and before any case against you and your business.

D.W. Major


EADS vs Airstream Train

Posted by Dietmar Mager on August 20, 2011 at 5:40 AM

Statement of clarification:


The recent surge in visitors to my website following publicity of a concept by EADS necessitates some clarification of terms.

You came to this website in search of Hypersonic Zero Emission Transportation, and you have found it: the only

Hypersonic Zero Emission Transportation System in the world.

In fact, the term Hypersonic Zero Emission Transportation was invented by the owner of this website, who also holds the patent on the technology.

Hypersonic Zero Emission Transportation is possible only using the technology described on this website.

EADS has proposed a speed of Mach 4. 

By definition, that speed is not hypersonic but supersonic. 

Hypersonic speeds start from Mach 5.

Furthermore, the concept of a Hypersonic Passenger plane is unworkable.

Supersonic passenger flight, in the form of the Concorde and

Tupolev TU-144, proved to be a failure for sound reasons.


There are three main problems with supersonic and hypersonic Flight.


• The friction and heat on the wings at such speeds are problems

that have not been solved. 

This unsolved problem brought both the Concorde and TU-144 down.

• There is the unsolved problem of navigation at hypersonic speeds.

• The space requirements of the runways necessary for launching and landing such an aircraft are prohibitive.



In contrast:

• The Airstream Train has no wings.

• The Track is the navigational component.

• It runs from city center to city center.



One Airbus A380 buys 100 Airstream Trains.



The Airstream Train is the only Zero Emission Transportation System

in the world.

So why does EADS waste Taxpayers money — and yes it is YOUR money that EADS wastes — on such an unsustainable, overpriced, unreal concept? Because Airbus wants to sell more of their aircraft. 

They have to make it look as though their technology has a sustainable future.  So it is in their interest to claim the invention of what is really not their technology: hypersonic transportation.

In fact NASA and EADS have spent many many hours on my website and copied it so that they can study technology that they don’t understand but would like you to believe they do.



D.W. Major


Zero Emission Transportation Ltd.


Air TravelĀ?s Impact on Climate Change

Posted by Dietmar Mager on August 20, 2011 at 5:35 AM


Just one return flight from London to New York produces a greater carbon footprint than a whole year’s personal allowance needed to keep the climate safe.

Our carbon footprint is the estimated amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) given out as we travel, buy food, heat our homes and enjoy our usual lifestyles.

The average personal footprint in Britain is 9.5t. To get down to a fair share of the world’s total; this must be cut by 87%, leaving 1.2t.

On every flight to New York and back, each traveler emits about 1.2t of CO2.

If we fly, air travel overshadows all our other impacts.


We need to cut emissions by 90% by 2050, or better still, by 2030.

The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research says we need to cut emissions by 90% by 2050 – they believe this can be done, provided that a program of work is started in the next four years. Others, including the ETA, believe the descent needs to be steeper, to achieve 90% in developed countries by 2030.

To keep the climate safe we need drastic cuts in air travel.

Efficiency savings such as more direct flights shave off small fractions but are dwarfed by planned growth.



Surely air travel cannot be this damaging?

On every flight to New York and back, each traveler emits about 1.2t of CO2, using Department for Transport figures.

This compares to an average British personal total of 9.5t.

To get down to a fair share of the world’s total, this must be cut by 87%, leaving 1.2t. Air travel is really worse than this because it puts out more pollution than just CO2.

For example water vapor at high levels forms thin clouds that have a warming effect. We can see trails visibly blanketing the earth.

This and other effects mean that air travel has more than twice the warming effect of the carbon dioxide emissions alone.

So each flight adds more to climate change than we should be emitting altogether.


A one-way journey from London to Manchester (185 miles) emits:

Plane – 63.9kg per passenger if the plane is 70% full, and 44.7kg if completely full.

Car – based on the average car 19.8kg per person

Train 5.2kg per passenger if the train is 70% full

Coach – 4.3kg per passenger if there are 40 people on the coach. 



Towards a Sustainable Transport System

Posted by Dietmar Mager on August 20, 2011 at 5:35 AM

(Extracts from the Department of Transport research paper Oct. 2007)



People’s aspirations are changing, and our transport planning needs to keep pace with that. 

For much of the post-War period, people were interested in personal mobility and demanded a wider range of goods on supermarket shelves.

Road traffic grew inexorably and there was a rapid increase in air travel.

Use of ‘greener’ forms of transport – bus, cycling and rail – all declined.

More recently, however, whilst people continue to value mobility highly, they have also become much more concerned about the adverse impacts of transport on climate, health and quality of life and about their own travel experience as congestion mounts. At face value, this appears to suggest a stark choice between being ‘rich and dirty’ or ‘poor and green’.


The independent Stern Review, published in October 2006, makes it clear that the option of being ‘rich and dirty’ does not exist, because catastrophic climate change would have a huge economic cost, as well as damaging people’s lives and the planet. But nor do we have to be ‘poor’ to be ‘green’. Stern says developed countries must cut CO2 emissions by at least 60 per cent by 2050, but that this can be achieved at a material, but manageable, global cost of 1 per cent of GDP, provided the right policies are put in place, although for developed countries like the UK this cost could be higher.

This cost is significant, but is far lower than the costs of inaction.

Similarly, the costs of failing to adapt to a changing climate would exceed those of taking early action. The UK Government’s climate change goals will be enshrined in legislation in the Climate Change Bill.


Since delivering CO2 reduction and economic growth are both essential and

mutually consistent, we propose for the first time to set explicitly transport goals for both.


Presented to Parliament by the

Secretary of State for Transport,

by Command of Her Majesty

October 2007