The Logical Solution

To energy pollution

THE LOGICAL SOLUTION
TO ENERGY POLLUTION

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Geomagmatic

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Power Tube Argus is a GEOMAGMATIC device that differs from a standard geothermal system in that it does not need water, steam or steam pressure to operate. 
It uses only the heat of the Earth and low to medium temperature heat, 110-200 C.
THE POLLUTION DISSASTER THAT IS A COAL FIRED ELECTRICAL POWER PLANT COMPARED TO A TEN MEGAWATT POWER TUBE If you produce 10 Megawatts of electricity with a Coal Fired Power Plant, you are ejecting into the atmosphere in one years’ time the following: 

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The P.T. differs from standard geothermal power production substantially, are defined by the Energy Information Administration and NREL as using water or steam heated from the earth to drive a turbine either directly or indirectly. Geothermal is only mostly clean energy because of the ground chemicals released into the air.

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Power Tube, Inc. has developed a disruptive new proprietary Geomagmatic technology that uses the heat of the earth to create energy.

Power Tube, Inc. has developed a disruptive new proprietary Geomagmatic technology that uses the heat of the earth to create energy. The device is called Power Tube, model Argus A-1 . It is a clean energy, closed loop, geomagmatic, renewable power plant. The technology is the subject of a twenty-two (22) point complete systems patent based on 4 new technologies and 11 disciplines. The patent was granted in June 2001, and is owned exclusively by the corporation Power Tube, Inc. The Argus A-1 unit does not rely on water to drive a turbine. Since it is completely enclosed, it releases no pollutants into the air. Due to the significant differences between Argus and standard geothermal technologies, we have coined the term geomagmatic. The Power Tube differs from standard geothermal power production substantially. Geothermal Power Plants are defined by the Energy Information Administration and NREL as using water or steam heated from the earth to drive a turbine either directly or indirectly. Geothermal is only mostly clean energy because of the ground chemicals released into the air.