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Cold Electricity


Research and Development

  • 'Cold Electricity' circuit - Ronald R. Stiffler has come up with a circuit that he calls a "cold electricity" circuit that appears to be harnessing free energy from the environment. "This is a totally self-contained, self-powered circuit. There are not tricks to it."

Books and DVDs

  • Electric Motor Secrets DVD - In this DVD presentation (Published April, 2007), Peter Lindemann draws on 30 years of his own research and development, explaining in simple terms what back EMF is, and how one can build motors and generators that do not involve back-EMF. He asserts that such designs can improve upon the most effective motors of today by many-fold, not just a few percent.
  • Book and Video > The Free Energy Secrets of Cold Electricity - explains Tesla's "radiant energy" -- 'one of the most powerful Free Energy methods ever discovered'. Also covers the work of EV Gray who furthered the work with radiant energy.
    • TeslaTech Review - contains summary of contents.
    • Google - listing of sites that mention, feature, or carry the book and/or video.
    • Peter Lindemann quotes, for close to 25 minutes, directly from the book written by Gerry Vassilatos, "Secrets of Cold War Technology", the first chapter of which is called Nikola Tesla and Radiant Energy - and discusses Impulse DC (consider for just one second what the stanley meyer pulse DC, pulse width modulation people are doing) - even mentions the Apparatus for ozone production by using quickly interrupted (pulsed) DC electricity. Look up the patent.



Edwin V. Gray used Cold Electricity.

John Bedini speaks of Cold Electricity or Radiant Energy.

Nikola Tesla apparently used Cold Electricity.

The Dave Lawton replication of the Stanley Meyer water fuel cell has extractable cold electricity.

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