Learn about our foundation and plans for the future.
An idea was born and given a working title; The Margaret H. B. Courtenay Foundation, named after Walter Jenkins’s mother.
We plan to put a portion of our profits to good use. There is an opportunity here to change not only our energy consumption from toxic fossil fuels to abundant, clean, cheap energy from water but to help change many of the other problems facing underdeveloped populations. Our foundation will create and fulfill an infrastructure of key civilization components within portable easily transported container solutions. These include; Water fuel-based power unit; Contained within a cargo container, it would be a H2GE water to fuel conversion unit.
It would power generators of sufficient size to provide power to a village or small city. The generator and the hydro fuel system would all be contained in one cargo unit. It could provide power, process potable water, and provide medical grade oxygen extracted from water. If a water source is not locally available, it can be extracted from the atmosphere through H2GE processes being developed and converted to clean drinking water and or fuel.
Another container would be outfitted with a prevention diagnostic oriented medical clinic. It would be tied by satellite to medical schools and teaching universities so that first-class medical teams could respond via remote telepresence to diagnose and treat, in concert with onsite medical personnel and robotics installed within the container.
Triage and Surgery Unit; In disasters, an emergency treatment for surgeries is set up as field units with limited capabilities or trained personnel. A portable container with proper surgery equipment and remote-controlled robotics could be linked as the Clinic units are by satellite to the same Medical schools and teaching Universities to provide remote telepresence teams of surgeons to guide on-site personnel or do remote or robotic surgery.
This can have far-reaching effects on crop production and modern agriculture techniques to all of the basic advances in any aspect of civilization. More importantly, it provides an opportunity to influence global cultures in positive ways that teach values, cooperation, compassion instead of greed, entrepreneurial spirit instead of welfare dependence, self-reliance and helping others instead of every man for himself. There is an opportunity here to change not only our energy consumption from toxic fossil fuels to abundant, clean, cheap energy from water but to help change many of the other problems facing underdeveloped populations.
This container would be set up as a learning lab from K-12 to online Ph. D’s, with computer stations each linked via satellite to University’s, the web, and a centralized up-link center with data-based courses in agriculture.
Housing; Cargo containers make excellent portable housing units when joined or as smaller separate units. These can house onsite first responders or local populations. One of the opportunities that emerge from this “civilization in a box” concept is the opportunity to educate people in areas of the world that would otherwise not be provided. Modern tools and knowledge can be the variable for survival and sustainable health needed. We want to offer both for the maximum benefit and relief. It will only keep getting better once initiated