Inventified

Old School vs. New School – An Interview with AquaNew’s Rob Gourley

AquaNew’s Rob Gourley is from the Old School. He has spent his entire life around machines and to make them run better, he is a trial-and-error mechanical tinkerer. He makes the case in a recent video (Minute 23.39 start of the section entitled “Watt-Ahh”) that the years of trial-and-error in making the first successful machine …

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Lincoln’s Hands – AHA! Discovery on Healing Requires Energy for June 2022

May 5, 2022 – Over ten years ago, Rob and I witnessed a part of Disney’s audio-animatronic history. We held the mechanical hands of the President Abraham Lincoln animatron that appeared in the 1964 World’s Fair. Former Imagineer and yes part of Rob’s “Inventified” Family, was David Schweninger. He was one of the lead creatives …

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Racing with Supercharged Water and Fast-track Hydration – An Interview of AquaNew’s Rob Gourley

May 1, 2022 — Check out the trailer for this video here. Rob Gourley, inspired by his “inventified” family relatives and friends, talks on a new video about his discovery of DiTetra Gas. The Gas is the supercharged state of water that has countless uses from restructuring fuel for cleaner/cooler/ better internal combustion engine performance …

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First Transatlantic Flight in a Navy-Curtis Flying Boat – Banana Glue, Roll of Wire, New York Times Newspaper and Rickety Like Strawberry Crates

March 12, 2021, National Navy Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Fl. – Rob and I met with Museum Curator, Dina Linn, to show her photos of the Navy flying boats over 100 years ago. Rob and his cousins spent hours as children flipping through the pages of their grandfather’s photo album containing over 100 photos of the …

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

January of 2021: Back in 2018, I wrote about the recent Trowbridge Family Reunion held at Yelping Hill in Connecticut. My husband Rob is a grandson of Mason Trowbridge. In this article, I highlighted the Trowbridge cottage that was originally designed by world-renown architect Ruth Maxon Adams. Rob’s cousin, Ann Trowbridge along with her husband, …

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Defense Team Goes to Washington DC

Our Defense Team traveled to Washington DC early this week. Rob, Gene, a Physical Chemist, and I did not stop at the U.S. Capital (Senate) … instead we went to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). It was the second meeting over the last three years on Rob’s  published patent application addressing the process …

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2018 – “No Fear” Year

Part of AquaNew’s mission statement is to support those in recovery and to “bravely seek” with others the new horizon for sustainable health. The mission statement recognizes our customers’ busy lives who are discerning about their health, willing to share their own incredible life journey, and have optimism for the future. We honor those who …

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for December 2018 – WWII Veteran Bob Wilson, Triggering the Potential

During World War II, Bob Wilson recalls his most memorable event of serving as part of the U.S. Navy Underwater Demolition Team (later the Navy SEALS). He was on the light cruiser, USS Houston CL-81, during the Battle of Formosa. Bob recalls while standing on the fore deck, an aerial torpedo hit the ship’s engine …

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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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How to Improve Vision

Inventor, Rob Gourley, at the recommendation of Dr. Walter Campbell, has created more sophisticated eye goggles compared to his original ones earlier this year. The newest goggles that are  an accessory to the WIT 10-cell Machine used in health clinics, also has a tube connection to a nebulizer centrifuge filled with the Polarized Water and …

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