Mike Brickley on Brickley Engine and super-efficient internal combustion

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Scott Laningham

Date archived: August 26, 2016 | First published: April 22, 2009

An independent inventor in Austin, Texas, innovator Mike Brickley talks about his quest to make the internal combustion engine far more efficient, his hopes to ease the transition to next-gen engines, and his thoughts on inventing in general and on the urgency of instilling a forward-thinking pattern so humans can continue to co-exist comfortably with the ecosystem. He's had a lifelong interest in engines and inventing and has designed and built a number of steam engines, internal combustion engines, and Stirling engines.

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