Rob Gourley

Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for November 2018 – Time for a Change

Rob Gourley’s paternal grandfather, Lyle Gourley, owned a lumber yard in Highland Park, Illinois, located north of Chicago and part of the North Shore Area of Lake Michigan. He was one of the leading business owners in Highland Park. One of Rob’s memories of his grandfather is during the Depression, he met payroll both for […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for September 2018 – Disguising Knowledge of Math

At the Trowbridge Family Reunion last month, I asked several grandchildren including my husband, Rob Gourley, about their favorite memory of their grandfather, Mason Trowbridge. It was unanimous that it was Jock, his faithful red golden retriever dog. In 1959, this photo with an article about Mason were published in the New York Herald Tribune. […]

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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 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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The Watt-Ahh Event – New Natural Healing and Health Discovery

Natural Healing and Health Discovery Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Time: 7 p.m. Place: Church of Wisdom, Delphi University of Spiritual Studies, 725 Old Silvermine Road, McCaysville, GA Contact: Luminara Wellness Center at 706-964-1172 AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley is invited as the keynote speaker for this event. Rob will also be demonstrating the 10-cell WIT […]

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AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley’s Article Featured in Beverage Industry Magazine

AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley’s article was featured in the June 2017 issue of Beverage industry Magazine. Below is an excerpt: Can electrons lower a beverage-maker’s energy costs? – Shrinking water supplies challenge beer manufacturers By: Rob Gourley, AquaNew and WIT International A non-electrolysis process has been discovered. It involves a magnetized reactor cell that adds […]

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50th Reunion

By: Rob Gourley of AquaNew I attended my 50th reunion at Proctor Academy, located in the foothills of New Hampshire, along with 21 other classmates this month. The record-breaking 50th reunion attendance for the school actually represented half the class (in the photo to the left, I am the guy in the center, standing and […]

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Electron Energy: Can Electrons Lower Your Business’ Energy Costs?

By: Rob Gourley (Inventor; CEO of  WIT International and AquaNew) The capacity of harnessing the energy potential of water has eluded many scientists. When the bonds of oxygen and hydrogen are broken through electrolysis it creates unstable gases. Simply put, oxygen and hydrogen will not bind without a reaction that converts it back to liquid […]

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Repurposed Bridge

By Rob Gourley, CEO, AquaNew, LLC While working on the Alaskan pipeline project in the 1970s and 1980s, I worked on repurposing parts … even salvaging and modifying what were available in the Arctic to keep the large ice trucks, oil drilling equipment, and cranes operating and provide essential warmth for the crews to continue […]

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