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Karl Palsness of Canada is a gifted researcher who has been doing Tesla-related, overunity research and development full-time, with investment funds for a decade. He's working with several other people, and they have been making great progress toward not only replicating Tesla-related technologies (the really exotic stuff from the latter half of Tesla's life) but in getting them to the point of maturation that they can be brought to market, some as soon as possibly a year.
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- Featured: Tesla > Overviews >
Karl Palsness and Bringing Tesla Technologies to Market - Decade funded Tesla researcher, Karl Palsness, talks about the key principles behind the exotic energy technologies Nikola Tesla developed in the latter half of his life, which would enable a device to harness power from the environment; and how close researchers are at today to bringing this to market -- possibly as soon as 12 months. (PESN; July 9, 2012)
- Featured: Lighting > CFL / Electromagnetic > Solid State > Don Bell >
Free Energy for the Downcast -- "One Man's Trash..." Revolution Commencing - Dallas inventor, Donald Bell, has three technologies he's rolling out to make energy more affordable; and he's using discarded items as his building material to give away to Dallas County residents a free CFL lamp with 75-W incandescent output equivalent that runs for 5 days continuous. He also has a home lighting package and a self-charging cell phone that harness power radio waves. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; October 3, 2011)
- I set up Bell on a conference call with Tesla system expert, Karl Palsness, which we recorded, so you can listen to it, in which Bell described his system to Karl. Karl confirmed that the principles Bell is using are genuine and will work, but he said that it is not yet a Tesla type of system. It's closer to a crystal radio principle. He recommends that Bell do some research on the Joule Thief work being done by many experimenters around the world, which does pull energy from the ambient, not from radio waves.
- Featured: Tools > Legal > Patent Resources >
Intellectual Passport Bypasses Convoluted Patent Journey - The Intellectual Passport CB is said to provide stronger security than a patent, while being much easier and cheaper to file for international coverage, with no renewal fees, lasting longer, and dating to when the idea can first be proven to have been originated. Best of all, it is not contingent upon the political whims of a patent office, set against exotic modalities. (PESN; March 7, 2011)
- Article: Caution: Watt Meters Not Accurate Outside of Standard Grid Parameters (Karl Palsness; September 21, 2011)
- Featured / OS: Wireless Transmission / Electromagnetic > Scalar > Solid State >
Tesla's Scalar Field Still Beaming On! - The superluminal (faster than light) scalar or longitudinal waves Nikola Tesla used to magnify and wirelessly transmit power are not just a thing of the past. IEEE engineer, Steve Jackson, discusses and demonstrates how they can be utilized today, and he is open sourcing it here! (PESN; March 26, 2011)
- On March 27, 2011, 1:45 pm, Karl Palsness wrote: You should read about Scalar .. it is a "Scalar FIELD" there should be no such thing as a "Scalar wave"; and there is a "Longitudinal Wave", instead of scalar wave. Scalar waves just don't exist according to the word scalar meaning size. A Tesla coil has a scalar field around it...and emits a longitudinal wave....
- Featured: Cold Fusion / Anti-Gravity >
Anti-Gravity / Cold Fusion Explained In Detail: A New Era in Physics - Seattle4truth presents a series about the properties and the relationships between antigravity and cold fusion, based on the work of Frank Znidarsic. Includes a look at gravitomagnetism, the Bose-Einstein condensates, and quantum theory. (PESWiki; November 5, 2010)
- "[This series] is one of the best free energy vids I have seen in years." – Karl Palsness, Nov. 2, 2010
- Karl Palsness Hairpin circuit (Overunity.com; August 24, 2009)