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The Fund of entrepreneurs-inventors is a private fund, commonly known as Territory of Shell. It was established in 2007 by Ana Shell.

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Ana Shell - the owner of the private Fund of entrepreneurs/inventors which finances a variety of energy projects that help protect mother Earth and the health of millions of innocent people - had recently shared her new song on soundcloud (http://soundcloud.com/anashell/killers). 'This song is about killers," says Ana. "Killers who are, every day, slowly and quietly feeding off of the environment.''

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Ana Shell is an environmentalist, venture businesswoman, & one of the discoverers of crystal growth technology for inexpensive electricity production. In 2007, she established the Ana Shell Fund commonly known as Territory of "Shell". It’s a private fund of entrepreneurs-inventors that provides funding for a broad range of projects & programs.

November 2012 marked the 5th anniversary of the Ana Shell Fund. It finances mostly environmental projects, but also some entertainment projects. Talented musicians & singers such as Troy Harley has been financed & granted awards. Now, Ana’s fund is open to many people &
is expecting more talented people to join them.

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Must read story..

Yesterday, on May 12, 2013, I saw Andrew, a good friend of mine from Cyprus, in Singapore. He was staying in a hotel on Sentosa Island with his brother David. They had one week to find a local bank to transfer their money from Cyprus. When Andrew came down into the hotel lobby, I was shocked by his haggard look. He greeted me stiffly and told me that it was the end of the road for him. We sat down in the bar, and he immediately asked me if I knew any bankers he could talk to. I told him about my irrelevant contacts in banking, and over the next hour he outlined for me story of how he lost his own and his clients’ money – about US$ 230 million all told, the money confiscated from them by the European Central Bank…
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Ana Shell - the owner of the private Fund of entrepreneurs/inventors which finances a variety of energy projects that help protect mother Earth and the health of millions of innocent people - had recently shared her new song on soundcloud (http://soundcloud.com/anashell/killers). 'This song is about killers," says Ana. "Killers who are, every day, slowly and quietly feeding off of the environment.''

http://www.anashell.com
http://www.facebook.com/ana0shell
http://www.twitter.com/AnaShell
http://anashell.blogspot.sg/

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Ana Shell & Martin Robain (Ana Shell Fund: www.anashell.com)

In 2008-2009 Ana Shell and Martin Robain (http://www.architecture-studio.fr/en/) were working on sanatorium complex project in Russia (http://anashell.com/projectsprogrammes.html). That was the first project where SH energy boxes were supposed to be implemented. Martin had encouraged idea of Ana Shell Fund, as well as idea of clean and low cost energy SH-boxes.

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ANA SHELL FUND

The Ana Shell Fund provides funding for a broad range of projects and programmes.

- NRGLab SH energy project
NRGLab Pte. Ltd. is a science-driven company based in Singapore. The company researches and develops alternative-energy technologies for clean, reliable and affordable electrical power on a global scale.

- Viscoil crude oil project
Viscoil Holdings, LLC, (the “Company”) is a California limited liability company organized to engage in research and the commercial development of hydrocarbon production methods and technologies.

- Entertainment projects
Talented musicians and singers has been financed and granted awards. Now Ana Shell Fund is open to many people and is expecting more talented people to join it.

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John Diamond studies the causes of mental illnesses among various ranks of people including individuals connected with the finance world (such as bankers, accountants, and lenders) during the global financial crisis.

In this picture Ana Shell (Ana Shell Fund – www.anashell.com) is participating in John's discussion in 2008. John believes that bankers or lenders are mentally able to lie to their clients with the main aim: they do not want to admit their incompetence or to return deposited money to their clients. For this reason, we should expect a continuous increase of optimism in mass media. But this will not go on for a long time as defaults and bankruptcies will be publicly announced.

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In 2011, Ana Shell met Mr. Ibrahim Risjad at his offices in Jakarta and Singapore. During these meetings they discussed energy problems in Indonesia. Mr. Risjad understood the SH project of inexpensive electricity production. NRGLab’s Boxes can bring stationary electricity to the most far away corners of Indonesia. For Indonesia, the portable SH Box of 0.8 kW/h was priced at $1,200. The idea of the Ana Shell Fund was completely endorsed by Mr. Risjad

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NRGLab Feb.5 Auction Report

We had such an interesting and fun event at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. At the beginning of the evening we asked everyone a question - whether our guests would like to see the extreme tests of our SH-boxes and cells. And we heard from all of them: "Yes", "Yes", "Yes". At the request of many participants, who wanted to have more time for Due Diligence, we agreed to postpone the Auction to April. You can follow the latest news and events on our website (www.nrglab.asia).

Pop star Mika Newton performed throughout the evening. A presentation on the Singapore electricity market was made by Mr. John Lee of Solbing Filippi Consulting. Roger Lee gave a marketing presentation. There were many questions from the audience. Ana Shell covered highlights of the legal issues by arrangement with TSMP law corporation. Our Singapore partner Mr. Chan involved in SH-6 pod production discussed our cooperation and machining process.

After this, with the help of our volunteer Zac, we have demonstrated the process of making our power cells in front of a group of potential licensees.

Moving now to the second part of the evening, we went to our offices in the production area. We brought champagne and Coca Cola with us to continue the celebration and conduct some extreme tests on our SH-6 cells.

Learn more about it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieo49HcZ4qk

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NRGLab Feb.5 Auction Report

We had such an interesting and fun event at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. At the beginning of the evening we asked everyone a question - whether our guests would like to see the extreme tests of our SH-boxes and cells. And we heard from all of them: "Yes", "Yes", "Yes". At the request of many participants, who wanted to have more time for Due Diligence, we agreed to postpone the Auction to April. You can follow the latest news and events on our website (www.nrglab.asia).

Pop star Mika Newton performed throughout the evening. A presentation on the Singapore electricity market was made by Mr. John Lee of Solbing Filippi Consulting. Roger Lee gave a marketing presentation. There were many questions from the audience. Ana Shell covered highlights of the legal issues by arrangement with TSMP law corporation. Our Singapore partner Mr. Chan involved in SH-6 pod production discussed our cooperation and machining process.

After this, with the help of our volunteer Zac, we have demonstrated the process of making our power cells in front of a group of potential licensees.

Moving now to the second part of the evening, we went to our offices in the production area. We brought champagne and Coca Cola with us to continue the celebration and conduct some extreme tests on our SH-6 cells.

Learn more about it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieo49HcZ4qk

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NRGLab Feb.5 Auction Report

We had such an interesting and fun event at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. At the beginning of the evening we asked everyone a question - whether our guests would like to see the extreme tests of our SH-boxes and cells. And we heard from all of them: "Yes", "Yes", "Yes". At the request of many participants, who wanted to have more time for Due Diligence, we agreed to postpone the Auction to April. You can follow the latest news and events on our website (www.nrglab.asia).

Pop star Mika Newton performed throughout the evening. A presentation on the Singapore electricity market was made by Mr. John Lee of Solbing Filippi Consulting. Roger Lee gave a marketing presentation. There were many questions from the audience. Ana Shell covered highlights of the legal issues by arrangement with TSMP law corporation. Our Singapore partner Mr. Chan involved in SH-6 pod production discussed our cooperation and machining process.

After this, with the help of our volunteer Zac, we have demonstrated the process of making our power cells in front of a group of potential licensees.

Moving now to the second part of the evening, we went to our offices in the production area. We brought champagne and Coca Cola with us to continue the celebration and conduct some extreme tests on our SH-6 cells.

Learn more about it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieo49HcZ4qk

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Our Role in Global Economical Crisis

Now, the whole world has to pay for the beautiful lives people have enjoyed. We need to pay off the loans we took out to buy non-renewable energy, which we wasted so enthusiastically. Intoxicated with happiness, we taught the entire world how to live ‘right’. We killed those who refused to follow our rules. We wanted to make money on everything, everywhere, from our citizens and neighbors, and from citizens of countries far, far away. Greed was the main motivator. We ended up with no happiness and no energy. Whose fault is that?

I believe we are all to blame. Greed (or so called “progress”) was birthed by primitive insecurity. Man is physically weak, but strong in his fantasies. Man is foolish, but his pride tells him he’s a genius. Man is cruel, but he has convinced himself that all of his decisions can be justified. Man is helpless, but sees himself as a hero. Man needs energy, because energy makes him happy. Man gets cold and he needs energy to feel warm. Man is afraid of darkness – so he seeks the sanctuary of light. Man is lacking in intelligence – so he builds the personal computer. In our current society, energy is wood, coal, oil, gas, uranium, etc. People rob nature in order to loan energy out to others. And because everybody needs energy to feel happy, people are willing to pay for it -- even if they’re forced to borrow.

Lenders rob nature and sell energy and its derivatives to get wealthier, and wealthier. They try to make fools out of people just to make their ‘get-rich-quick’ schemes that much quick. They threaten, intimidate blackmail, wage war, kill, and violate human rights in order to make people buy more. More! These lenders justify their actions with claims of humane and noble goals, but in reality, all they do is rob. They destroy the world while promising, “Progress.”

The idea of greed is quite simple. It’s an obsessive belief that there’s always something to be gained. There’s always more. Grow one dollar into a billion; one individual obligator into an entire country in debt. Consequently, lack of gain is seen as evil. The whole western civilization is built upon these beliefs. Creditors have their own systems that propagate larger energy consumption and advertise material wealth. Our economic system is based on never-ending accumulation of energy and money, on constant production and productivity growth, on ever-increasing supply and demand, and so on and so forth.

We are now saying enough! Stop! We’re now crying, “No!” to this energy accumulation race. NRGLab brings cost-efficient energy to the world. We are willing and able to give enough energy to people and countries so they’ll never have to borrow it again.

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Will China take the hint? Air pollution reaches dangerous levels

Mere days before China’s government is set to begin their annual legislative hearings, Beijing’s air pollution reaches a dangerous new high. Pollution is expected to be among the main topics to be addressed. Will China take the hint and get aggressive with their energy policy?

Increased air pollution means an increase of PM2.5 particles in the air. Prolonged exposure to these particles resulted in over 8,000 premature deaths in Beijing, Shanghai, Xi-an, and Guangzhou alone last year. According to the World Health Organization, a person should not expose themselves to PM2.5 levels of 25 or higher for more than 24-hours. In Beijing, levels are regularly recorded in the fifty range — nearly DOUBLE the recommended level.

On January 12th of this year, levels of PM2.5 in China rose to a mind-numbing 993. 993! People have been forced to wear masks to simply walk to the grocery store. Remember — the Earth only has one atmosphere. Their air will eventually become your air. That is why the issue of global warming cannot be confronted on a country-by-country basis. I requires inter-governmental cooperation to drastically reduce carbon emissions to ensure our air remains breathable, not just for another century, but for thousands of years to come.

And the problem isn’t just with our air, either. Pollution in the atmosphere makes its way to the ground in the form of rain, which seeps into our streams, and oceans. It pollutes our wells and drinking water. Like the first domino in a long chain of pollution, what we put into the air inevitably makes its way back into our bodies, one way or another.

This week, Chinese Newspapers protested the Environment Ministry’s refusal to make classified pollution information available to the public. The 21st Century Business Herald newspaper drew comparisons to the outbreak of SARS in 2003, which had also been kept secret from the public. It’s time for transparency in government. After all, isn’t government supposed to work FOR the people, not in spite of them? How can the public be expected to make informed decisions if the necessary information is kept from them? Change is never easy — let alone change in blind faith. It’s one thing to have to wear a mask to the grocery store. It’s another not to be allowed to know how many trips will kill you.

The chief pollutant responsible for China’s problem? Coal. Accounting for 19% of the total air pollution, the out-dated energy source continues to pump poison into our atmosphere. How little air has to be left before the world takes a serious look at our energy infrastructure? Sure, it may be China’s problem today. But tomorrow, it’s the USA’s. Next week, Europe’s. Air pollution spreads like cancer. What we need is an emergency procedure to remove the growth before it devours us from the inside, out.

Consider NRGLab’s SH-box the scalpel in this procedure. Without any grid modifications whatsoever, the SH-box is ready to start producing clean, natural energy from crystals. By converting environmental heat into electricity, these Boxes are capable of powering a community or a corporation. Because NRGLab thinks it’s about time we cleaned up our planet. Let’s start with our cities, and move on from there. Hopefully China takes the hint and the lead.

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How global warming hurts job growth

So maybe you’re not an environmentalist. That’s OK. Maybe, despite the overwhelming evidence for global warming, you’re still not a believer. Maybe you think there are more pressing issues that need to be addressed. Like the economy, and the unemployment rate. Well — turns out all of these issues are intertwined.

Over the past sixty years, Earth’s steadily warming climate has cut into the amount of physical labor being performed by nearly 10%. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, that percentage could double by the year 2050. The less work being done, the fewer jobs that will be available. Global warming represents a clear danger to the blue collar working class, also known as the 99%. The 1% of CEOs may feel a slight pinch in their pockets from a dip in the stock market. But they won’t lose their jobs. They won’t have to figure out how to feed their families. They’ll be OK.

As for the rest of the world, warmer air in the atmosphere holds more moisture for longer. Just ask anyone who’s ever visited the state of Florida, and they’ll tell you that humidity is nothing to be fooled with. It creates a stressful work environment and forces supervisors to reel in on hours and man power.

If Earth’s average temperature rises 6C, summer work will be nearly impossible. From New York harbor to the coast of California, workers will be forced to endure heat “beyond anything experienced in the world today”, said John Dunne, a representative of the NOAA. According to Dunne’s predictions, New York would become like Saudi Arabia. The only way to keep this from happening is to limit global warming to less than 3C.

Hover, the Earth has warmed by approximately 0.7C annually since the rise of industrial manufacturing. If things continue at this rate, Dunne’s worst case scenario may just come true.

The west coast of the United States and northern Europe will likely be two of the regions most affected by the rise in humidity. During a 2003 heatwave, 70,000 Europeans died from heat exhaustion. That was ten years ago. Imagine the damage the next heat wave will do.

If we want to follow Dunne’s advice and keep global warming to a minimum over the next four decades, we’re going to have to come up with alternative energy sources. Oil and carbon emitting fuels got us into this mess. Do we really think they’re going to get us out?

Cutting down won’t cut it. (Pun intended) With the rate of warmth growing exponentially, drastic measures are needed to turn our infrastructure upside down, before it’s too late, and it’s too hot to work towards a solution. Companies like NRGLab have dedicated themselves to developing practical energy alternatives. Join them in their effort to save the world, one SH-box at a time.

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Obama pushes domestic gas; alternative energy "encouraged"


In his State of the Union address on Tuesday, American President Barack Obama pushed to decrease waiting periods for domestic drilling permits, hoping that the boost in gas production will wane the U.S. off its foreign dependence and “encourage” a move to green-energy. Unfortunately — he’s wrong.
Oil prices have continued to rise over the previous four years, despite domestic production increasing by nearly two-million barrels a day. That, according to the Center for American Progress Action Fund.
“Oil prices are set on a world market that is not really affected by domestic production,” said senior member Daniel Weiss. “Therefore, US oil production also has little effect on gasoline prices here.”
Obama’s push for domestic production comes as a response to the growing energy costs for middle-income families. According to the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, half of all American households are expected to doll out an average of $4,500 on energy this year; or an outrageous 20% of their TOTA after-tax income. (60% of that $4,500 will be spent on transportation costs alone!) Now, NRGLab’s crystal technology has the ability to generate electricity at a mere $0.03/kW. Imagine cutting your at home energy costs in half! Or into confetti!
Investing in energy alternatives, seen by many as ‘more of the government’s wasteful spending’, saves people money in the long term. And not just the investors — we’re talking regular American families who will save BIG TIME. People with nine to five jobs, mortgages, and college funds to worry about. You want to boost the economy? Let these people spend all the money they’ll save! In this way, like a stone thrown in a stagnant lake, energy policy effects the economy, which effects culture, which renews the American dream.
President Obama understands that clean energy is the way of the future. However, with so many battles being fought in Congress, the President refuses to take a harsh enough position on energy. Let’s be clear: natural gas is only a TEMPORARY solution. It may spark new jobs and serve as an illusionary bandage over a bleeding economy, but it certainly won’t ease the transition to new technology, and it certainly won’t steer us off the path of global meltdown.

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Here comes.. Canada to rescue?

After the Russian meteor scare last week, many wondered why governments around the world seemed surprised and unprepared for the 10,000 ton death-rock hurling towards us. According to NASA scientists, the explosion in our atmosphere was the “equivalent to nearly 500,000 tons of TNT.”

But don’t worry. One country has come to the rescue. Drum roll, please for…

Canada?

After today’s launch of the Indian Polar Space Launch Vehicle (PSLV), four Canadian satellites, including the Near-Earth Object Surveillance Satellite (NEOSSat), will begin monitoring the skies for potential meteoric threats.

That’s right. Asteroid mining out of Canada. The Canadians have Bruce Willis and the team from Armageddon. Who could have foreseen that coming?

NEOSSat will be the first space telescope dedicated solely to finding Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) in our solar system. Unlike Earth-based, man-monitored telescopes, NEOSSat will operate 24/7, capturing hundreds of more images per day for analysis.

NEOSSat is tiny — only the size of a suitcase — and runs off of multi-band gap solar panels. It was launched into orbit 800 kilometers above the Earth, and represents our first line of defense against total annihilation.

I guess someone was listening when I said there were no more hero’s in today’s world. Continue proving me wrong, Canada.

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NRGLab Pte. Ltd. is a science-driven company based in Singapore. The company researches and develops alternative-energy technologies for clean, reliable and affordable electrical power on a global scale.

Our company is now in the process of demonstrating to multiple governments that using oil, coal and gas for energy generation is 3 times more expensive than energy production with NRGLab’s clean, efficient and affordable SH Boxes.
The company’s generators (SH boxes) will enable the price of producing electricity to go down to $0.03 per kW.

Low-cost electricity is now affordable for everyone, using the energy generated by NRGLab technology.

How it Works
The company’s SH Boxes are self-contained electrical power generators that last for 20 years. Every SH Box produces clean, green, environmentally-friendly electricity for 0.03 cents per kw, which is four times less expensive than current market rates.
SH boxes utilize 12 primary and proprietary components comprised of rare-earth metals, metal oxides, and industrial diamonds. At the moment, these components are relatively inexpensive on the international market, and the plants which produce them also operate at relatively low cost.
The closest analogue for the Semiconductor Thermogenerator (SH) technology is Solar Modules (SM) used in photovoltaics.
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NRGLab Pte. Ltd. is a science-driven company based in Singapore. The company researches and develops alternative-energy technologies for clean, reliable and affordable electrical power on a global scale.

Our company is now in the process of demonstrating to multiple governments that using oil, coal and gas for energy generation is 3 times more expensive than energy production with NRGLab’s clean, efficient and affordable SH Boxes.
The company’s generators (SH boxes) will enable the price of producing electricity to go down to $0.03 per kW.
Low-cost electricity is now affordable for everyone, using the energy generated by NRGLab technology.

How it Works
The company’s SH Boxes are self-contained electrical power generators that last for 20 years. Every SH Box produces clean, green, environmentally-friendly electricity for 0.03 cents per kw, which is four times less expensive than current market rates.
SH boxes utilize 12 primary and proprietary components comprised of rare-earth metals, metal oxides, and industrial diamonds. At the moment, these components are relatively inexpensive on the international market, and the plants which produce them also operate at relatively low cost.”
The closest analogue for the Semiconductor Thermogenerator (SH) technology is Solar Modules (SM) used in photovoltaics.
http://www.nrglab.asia/
http://www.viscoil.com/
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The Fund of entrepreneurs-inventors is a private fund, commonly known as Territory of "Shell". It was established in 2007 by Ana Shell - an environmentalist, venture businesswoman, and one of the discoverers of crystal growth technology for inexpensive electricity production.

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NRGLab Pte. Ltd. is a science-driven company based in Singapore. The company researches and develops alternative-energy technologies for clean, reliable and affordable electrical power on a global scale.

Scientists with NRGLab have developed the technology for generating energy from environmental heat.

http://www.nrglab.asia/

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