Ahh-mazing “AHA” Discovery

Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for June 2018: Mason Trowbridge Jr. – Inventified By Necessity

Rob Gourley lost his first adoptive mother, Neeler, when he was a young boy. He stayed with his cousins, Helen, Liz and Jane, for about one year in northern Maine (Penobscot Bay) giving his father, Robinson Sr., time for both recovery and re-establishment of a stable home environment in New York before bringing back both […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for May 2018: Raising a Inventified Child

My father-in-law, Robinson B. Gourley Sr., if he was still alive, would have laughed about what I considered one of his best lifetime accomplishments. He was a World War II veteran, an award-winning cellist, a career engineer for GE and a loving grandfather. In my opinion, his parenting skills, what he called “benign neglect”, actually […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for February 2018: James Pass’ Vitreous (Translucent) Fine China

Background: AquaNew’s Rob Gourley turns 70 years young this month (February 2018). He is part of the Syracuse China legacy being a great grandson of James Pass, an honorary member of Rob’s Inventified Family. I recall my first introduction to Syracuse China was when Rob’s aunt, Eunice, and I were antique shopping in Anchorage, Alaska […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for January 2018: Porcelain Electrical Insulation of James and Richard Pass

Background Note: Rob Gourley’s first adoptive mother, Neeler, passed when he was a young boy (Neeler was Helen Fox Trowbridge’s daughter). Rob’s father, Rob Sr., remarried to Ann Pass several years later that expanded young Rob’s “Inventified Family”. Rob’s great-grandfather and grandfather, James and Richard Pass respectively, manufactured porcelain china at their company, Syracuse China. […]

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AHH-mazing “AHA!” Discoveries, Part II: Rob Gourley’s Inventified Family and More

We started in February 2015, AquaNew’s monthly tradition of recognizing “AHA!” Discoveries. The first was the famous practical tool, the “Pocket Fisherman”, designed by Walter Herbst. The past AHA’s between February 2015 and December 2017 can be found here. You know you’ve experienced it – that special “AHA!” moment of realization that seems to hit […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for March 2018: Creation of Simple Devices for Great Solutions

Three years ago, we met Walter Herbst, the designer of the famous pocket fisherman. That simple device inspired us to start our monthly tradition of spotlighting Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discoveries. This month we revert back to the first “AHA!” with another simple pocket-size device modified by AquaNew’s CEO and Inventor, Rob Gourley. It is a new […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for December 2017: Helen Fox Trowbridge, a 1914 Sister of Santa Claus

Background Note: Inventor Rob Gourley is asked on a regular basis how he could have discovered the gaseous state of water (Dioxytetrahydride Gas). He typically starts by saying he comes from an inventor family. Rob is turning 70 years young this coming year. I would like to spotlight in the coming months, those exemplary individuals […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for November 2017: Best Tasting Water Plus

Ten years ago, AquaNew’s Rob Gourley did not set out to make the best tasting water but it became a huge “Aha” for all of us. It was a true serendipity. No one expected that accomplishment from a mechanical geek. Rob discovered the electromagnetic tolerances to create a double-water molecule gas. The extra electrons increased […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for October 2017: Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Astronomy

We talk a lot about the healing energy side of electromagnetism in Nature. After all, the Polarized Water contains active hydrogen enriched with electrons, a by-product of our proprietary electromagnetic process. Electromagnetism fueled by solar radiation is the mechanism that gives the push and pull of ocean currents and temperature differences between the ocean water […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for August 2017: “Share of Stomach” in Liquids

Rob and I learned about the concept “Share of Stomach” while attending the 2017 Beverage Forum held in Chicago last April. What is “Share of Stomach”? Good question. “Share of Stomach” is an economic model used by national beverage marketing organizations. This model assumes each consumer drinks 1/2 gallon (approx. 2 liters or 64 ounces) […]

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