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PREFACE NOTE: PES Network defines "Free energy" as sources of energy that are ubiquitous, clean, inexhaustible. These include solar, wind, geothermal, tide, wave, which are well-established. They also include other quests for such energy. The following "skeptic" comments/directory of resources, has to do with new claims that are not yet established in the mainstream as certified science.
There was an error working with the wiki: Code is true skeptical inquiry in which one questions the veracity of claims unless they can be empirically tested.
The following are not typical characteristics of skepticism:
# Resorting to logical fallacies in order to justify rejecting the position or argument of another.
# Assuming unverified or incorrect facts to justify a predetermined skeptical conclusion.
# Obfuscating easily verifiable facts to justify a predetermined skeptical conclusion.
# Instituting hurdles against new theories by "moving the goalposts".
# Displaying a reactionary, hostile and intolerant stance regarding new ideas.
# Judging a hypothesis or theory without investigation and insisting on ignoring the details thereafter.
There was an error working with the wiki: Code and PowerPedia:Pseudoskepticism refers to the use of skepticism in an extreme and to the detriment of others. Pseudoskepticism takes the form of merely obfuscating what might otherwise pass as a valid point of view. The term was gained widespread use in the 1990s by efforts of Marcello Truzzi and Ed Storms.
Leading skeptic of free energy on the Internet and maintains a summary of questionable free energy claims of the last 100 years.
Eric is a member of the New Energy Congress.
Eric Krieg on - includes links to pages he has compiled 'exposing' those he believes to be cons. History of Perpetual Motion and Free Energy Machines
Free energy with wires and magnets - can you come out ahead?
Author of the book called "Voodoo Science: the road from foolishness to fraud". Park explains some reasons to be unconvinced by Mill's hydrinos, cold fusion, Dennis Lee, Joe Newman and other impossible claims.
Scientific American Berates Perpetual Motion Kooks - calls claims of 'sea of energy' a bogus new name for perpetual motion.
Professor Hibbert's Perpetual Motion Page - chronicles "violators" of first and second laws of thermodynamics.
William J. Eaton's - provides links and skeptical commentary.
Scientific Method worth while in fringe energy too - A call for the same level of scientific rigor in cutting edge energy technology research as is required in mainstream science, not more, not less. Mentions the recent Directory:Joe Cell claims and approach as an example of how not to do things. (PESN July 11, 2006)