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KIPA Quarterly Meeting - Aug 24, 2012


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KM Reinvents Fire! KIPA will provide lunch so preregistration for this meeting is required!

“KM REINVENTS FIRE!”
Featuring Joe Colannino, live from Seattle, WA

Joe Colannino is the CTO for ClearSign in Seattle, WA. He writes a book review quarterly for In the Know and has been an active member of KIPA and the Tulsa Chapter since its inception several years ago. Joe is presenting LIVE from Seattle in a trial presentation in preparation for the upcoming KPM Symposium slated for late spring 2013. Please join us for this exciting development with KIPA!

ClearSign applies very low-power electric fields to flames to change fundamental properties. For example, we can cause fire to point down instead of up. We can increase flame speed and widen flammability limits (heretofore considered fundamental fuel properties). We can fix flames in space at any arbitrary distance from the fuel nozzle, and lots more. By applying fundamental KM principles we have reinvented fire. Accordingly, ClearSign has filed scores of patents, and our IPO this year raised millions in cash. Applications include substantial potential improvements to anything with a flame... e.g., hot water heaters, boilers, furnaces, and engines. Though the outcomes are not equiprobable, I am certain to be on the cover of Time Magazine or to fade into obscurity. I am of course hoping for the former.

August 24th, 2012 11:30 AM   through   1:00 PM
2900 E 5th St
Helmerich Hall, Room 121
Tulsa, OK 74104
United States

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