The most urgent problem of human mankind is global warming due to the burning of fossil fuels.
The last 50 years have shown without doubt, that with conventional technologies we cannot stop the global increase of CO2. As a matter of fact, conventional technologies have created this increase.
Question: what happens if we apply the new field of physics of information to the problem of renewable energies?
Answer: we become able to imagine of a zero-pixel parallel computing machine, the Linear Mirror.
And the Linear Mirror consequently leads to new technologies, which would not make sense with conventional thought: new kinds of solar-air heat exchangers and the production of solar carbon from waste biomass as a way of storing solar energy for long periods of time.
These new technologies have been developed and improved over the last 5 years by our factory unit Isomorph Production srl and are described on its web pages.
The Linear Mirror and solar carbon address the presently most urgent problem, the production of renewable heat energy.
The second important question is then the production of electric renewable energy at times when there is neither wind nor sun.
For this we are developing the eolipile technology and a very simple gasifier for gasifying solar carbon.