Friday, June 18, 2010

On Doubling the Efficiency of Electrical Generators and Motors…..

June 18th, 2010

I believe I may have a valid design that could lead to possibly doubling [or even quadrupling – or more] the output/efficiency of the typical electrical generator and armature motor, should the design prove to be successful. I need to do a bit more research first, however, before I can be certain this particular design has not been tried and failed in the past, if such is possible.

Shoot…, you know wha’? The design could even be a lead-in to the physically elusive phenomena of perpetual motion. Or…, then again, maybe not – of course. As we all know, theories don’t always work as good in real-life practice. But it is a simplistic idea that could be easily manufactured – or so it would seem anyhow. I must say, however, that the matter would be much more feasible if I were to have a forthright corporation, agency, or university supporting the effort.

Maybe someday before all too long, I’ll be able to let you know.

Adam Trotter, P.E. / AVT

Concerning the Armature Motor and Electrical Generator We Commonly Know as the Moon Orbiting the Earth….

For anyone that is interested, cares, or is paying any attention [or not], I believe I have gained insight concerning the puzzling phenomenon of the naturally occurring electrical armature motor/generator we know as the moon orbiting around the earth. This electrical motor consisting of the moon in orbit around the earth - no doubt - generates most likely unfathomable and as yet unquantifiable electrical force / potential. Of course, to date, neither has this unquantifiable electrical force been knowingly captured [per se] for usage by mankind.

Regardless, I believe I have may have determined how this electrical force / potential generated by the moon-earth armature motor/generator is represented from a physical viewpoint. I also believe I have likely ascertained how this electrical force / potential commonly and repeatedly manifests itself in the earth’s environment. And, believe it or not, we may already know how to harness the manifestation of this electrical force / potential by utilizing its effective appearance.

So, anyone out there interested? I often wonder if there would be any forward thinking universities out there that are not too encumbered by their paradigms for such a basic research study?

Adam Trotter, P.E. / AVT

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Deepwater Horizon, BP, U.S. MMS Agency: Why No Double Redundant Systems in Deepwater Oil Wells?

June 16th, 2010

Hey Deepwater Horizon, BP, US MMS Agency,
For deepwater oil wells, why don’t you require double redundant systems in case of a catastrophic failure such as with the emergency shut-off valve for this deepwater oil well system that is currently leaking massive amounts of oil into the Gulf of Mexico? I mean, I always thought that anything that was done at a depth of five thousand feet underwater always had double redundant systems for nearly everything. Apparently this is not the case with your systems and these wells? It’s not like the wells don’t generate the cash flows to cover the costs of double redundant systems, right?

Adam Trotter P.E. / AVT

PS. In my professional opinion, if they are responsible for the cognizance of these off-shore wells, everyone - except maybe the support workers - at the US MMS Agency (Minerals Management Service, Dept. of Interior) should be fired/terminated from government service. The White House should ‘clean house’ with that simpleton agency – from what I am hearing in the news reports. Get rid of them! Apparently, we won’t miss them at all! Nothing from nothing leaves nothing.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Gulf Oil Spill Volunteer Information from BP
date Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 12:35 PM
subject Horizon Call Center

Adam Trotter,

Thank you for registering with the BP Horizon Response Center. BP is working with state organizations to coordinate volunteer efforts in affected Gulf of Mexico states.

As a volunteer you will not come into contact with oil contaminated materials, but may perform mitigation activities in non-oil contaminated areas such as pre-cleaning beaches.

Volunteers will be allowed to work in wildlife recovery and rehabilitation facilities; however, volunteers who do not have federal / state wildlife licenses cannot handle the wildlife. If you are interested in working in these facilities your name will be passed along to the wildlife recovery and rehabilitation coordinators so they can contact you when they need assistance.

If you are interested in this type of role, please contact one of the following organizations:
• Louisiana: or call 2-1-1 or 1-800-755-5175
• Mississippi:
• Florida: (verify registration is open)
• Alabama: – or call 2-1-1 or 1-888-421-1266

After registering with the state to volunteer, they may contact you if and when your support is needed. Following activation, you will be provided safety training at the beginning of your work assignment at the location you are advised to report to begin work. Please write down this information and do not lose it as the Horizon Response Center will not have your assignment information.

All oil-contaminated materials will only be handled by Qualified Community Responders (QCR) and not by volunteers. BP is providing training through PEC / Premier Safety Management. However, the BP training modules are of use primarily to individuals interested in employment and not volunteers.

Please note that, in general, volunteers must be 18 years of age or older to participate. Please refer to state websites for more details on any age restrictions.

BP Horizon Response Center

Where are the Jobs?

June 5th, 2010

So where are all the jobs? Where is the recovery from the recession? Why is the government not immediately hiring folks to clean the beaches as a result of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico - or are they? They apparently only want volunteers to 'pre-clean' the beaches? Has not the oil washed ashore? Is there nothing to be done to catch the oil at sea which would include hiring of individuals?


Oil Spill Affected Areas and Lack of Federal Government Support for Clean Up.

June 5th, 2010

Is it just me or does it also appear to others that not much is being done on the Federal level to help the regions affected by the recent oil-spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico? I mean, it almost appears as though someone is trying to prove a point about the pit falls of off-shore drilling for oil. To leave everything in the hands of BP seems as though such might not be the most productive solution. Why is not several of our hundreds of Navy ships working the clean-up efforts too - or are they? Why are not volunteers being enlisted/hired to try and catch the oil at sea - or are they? Is it believed that any proactive clean-up at sea would be a waste of time? Does all this appear as odd to anyone other than me? Am I misinformed here?

Adam Trotter / AVT

The White House - Presidential Correspondence / Response to my note.

The White House - Presidential Correspondence

date Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:28 PM
subject Thank you for your message

Dear Friend:

Thank you for writing to me about the oil spill in
the Gulf of Mexico. I appreciate your perspective as we
continue to do everything we can to address this crisis.

The Gulf is one of the richest and most beautiful
ecosystems on the planet. For centuries, its residents have
enjoyed and made a living off the fish that swim in its
waters and the wildlife that inhabit its shores. The Gulf is
also the heartbeat of the region's economic life. We are
going to do everything in our power to protect our natural
resources, compensate those who have been harmed,
rebuild what has been damaged, and help this region
persevere like it has done so many times before.

For information about response efforts, how to help,
or available assistance, please visit or

Thank you again for contacting me. I encourage
you to visit to learn more about my
Administration or to contact me in the future.


Barack Obama

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