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Open Source Free Energy Tech

Welcome, Inventors, PESWiki gives you the opportunity to create a website to accompany your open sourcing project. We just request that you first review and abide by our terms of service (below).

An open sourcing project essentially consists of:

  • Non-encumbered free energy technology
  • Project discussion list (e.g. through Yahoo!Groups)
  • Project website to organize the content (e.g. theory, instructions, sourcing, replications, demos, translations)

Community-Built Energy Technology Development Pages Sponsored by PES Network, Inc..

If you don't find what you're looking for here, you can add it! See Help:Contents.

  • Featured: PES Network > News / Directory >
    Subscribe to Free Energy News and Directory - Running our exotic free energy news, directory and networking service is a labor of love that requires support from our viewers. While we don't charge to access our content, like some do, we're sure you perceive the value this adds to your life and to our planet, so we are grateful if you can subscribe, realizing it is a sacrifice for many of you as well. (FreeEnergyNews)


  • Featured / OS: Tools >
    Open source your free energy technology - Do you have a breakthrough clean energy technology that could break the world's addiction to oil? Thinking about open sourcing it? Consider the attributes of the ideal project, likely sources of revenue, determining a fair ratio for revenue sharing, and other tips and links. (PESWiki; Jan. 23, 2010)
  • Open Sourcing Free Energy Technology - Video of Sterling Allan's presentation at the Gnomedex conference in Seattle on Aug. 11, 2007 talking about screening the best technologies, and using the open source model to break the log jam on exotic, disruptive energy technologies.
  • To Patent or Not to Patent a Free Energy Technology - Open sourcing instead of patenting is ideal for game-changing technologies that meet the following criteria: Non-encumbered intellectual property, Key principle, Wide range of potential applications, Simple to build, Inexpensive to build.
  • Revenue Potential of Open Source Energy Projects - PES Network, Inc is glad to work with inventors to bring their technology forward via an open source method. We are confident that there are several revenue centers that can be tapped to make this path worth while.
  • What You Can Expect Open Sourcing Energy Technology - Sterling Allan describes how an ideal open source energy technology might roll out from beginning -- even before it is publicly posted -- through the time of early replications, to end when it spreads throughout the earth to bless mankind. (PESWiki; July 13, 2008)
  • Free Energy and the Open Source Movement Series - In this series of articles, Steve Windisch examines several “Free Energy��? devices, explains their workings in a simplified way, while discussing the proposed theories behind them. Interviews look at new inventors and researchers working within the Open Source Energy movement today. (PESWiki; July 20, 2008)


Terms of Service

By using these services you agree to be bound by the terms of service as defined at:

  • Also, see footer for license of text displayed on this page - GNU Free Documentation License 1.2 - link


Open Source Technologies should:

  • be free of encumbrances (e.g. patents are expired; inventor gives permission in writing)
  • have no intent to patent
  • claim no license rights

It needs to be is free and clear for public use to the best of the due-diligence knowledge of all involved.

And ideally, it should

  • have significant output from free energy input
  • be easy to build
  • be easy to understand
  • be affordable

Participants should take responsibility for their own actions and take necessary precautions to ensure their personal safety, and not lay blame on others (including PES) in the case of injury or misfortune through participation in these projects.

Technology Originators

  • certify that to the best of their knowledge there are no encumbrances
  • agree to not remove permission to open source once it is granted
  • agree to immediately inform the project of encumbrances if they are discovered after commencement of the project

Project Directors need to

  • do their due diligence to ensure non-encumbrance of the technology
  • not hold PES liable



Active OS Projects at PESWiki

  • Featured: Gravity Motors >
    William F. Skinner's 1939 Gravity Motor - "It has weights that spin round and multiply the power of an 1/8 horsepower motor by 1200% -- enough energy to power a town of 3,500 at a cost of £1 a month. William uses the power of the model to work a 12 foot lathe that cuts ribbons of steel." (PESWiki; June 26, 2014)
  • Featured / Open Source: Plasma > Keshe >
    Alekz' Magrav Power System from the Keshe Foundation - The Foundation has released a full set of blueprints showing how to build one of these home or car power systems, with limit of 2 kW (?). The plans are not yet clear enough but for the very skilled and intuitive DIY person. Good luck! (PESWiki; October 31, 2015)
  • Featured: Hydroxy / LENR >
    Justin Church's H-Cat - In January, Justin launched an open source design he instigated that involves venting hydroxy or HHO gas -- un-ignited -- through a catalytic converter (the kind used in automobiles) -- in ambient conditions -- and generating significant heat in the process, which is probably LENR, given its platinum/palladium in the presence of energetic H (Brown's Gas). (PESWiki; March 9, 2014)
    • Featured / OS: HHO / LENR > H-Cat >
      Sterling Allan's H-Cat Heater Design - I propose to 1) remove the outer insulation layer from the catalytic converter... and 2) replace it with a metal sleeve that leaves a gap of about 1/16 inch between the matrix and the exterior. That way most of the gas flows along the surface of the matrix, along the exterior, where you want the heat. (PESWiki; March 15, 2014)
  • Open source 100 MPG hydroxy project - "Here is the link to my crowdfunding webpage: The goal is to build a 100MPG car with hydrogen on demand, and a new way of using concentric tubes (aka joe cell). The car will have a stand alone ECU, that will allow mixture to be tuned very lean." (Free Energy Blog; March 24, 2014)
  • Featured / OS: Pendulums >
    Art McKay's Pendulum Motor - Art openly shares a design he’s come up with to harvest gravitational energy using pendulums. I've not yet taken the time to digest this, but thought you would appreciate knowing about it and discussing it here. (PESWiki; January 14, 2016)
  • Featured / OS: Electromagnetic > Kapanadze >
    Kapagen Open Source? - A number of researchers around the world have been attempting to replicate Kapanadze's generator. See the video of a device powering a 2 kilowatt heater, as a sampling of the hundreds of videos that have been posted. Do you know where a clear set of plans can be found? All commercial applications should remit a royalty to the inventor. (PESWiki; March 12, 2013)
  • Featured / OS: Fuel Efficiency > Retrofits > Fuel Pre-Heating >
    Caggiano's FIVS Fuel Vaporizor Now Open Sourced - Allen Caggiano is open sourcing his fuel vaporizer technology that holds the potential to boost gas mileage several-fold while also improving performance and reducing emissions. The system involves pre-heating the fuel to over 900 degrees F to remove the additives that prevent vast mileage gains; then subjecting the fuel to magnets and electromagnetic fields, resulting in a crystal clear fluid. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; June 28, 2011)
  • Feature / Open Source: Batteries > Reconditioning >
    Lead Acid Battery Reconditioning with Replacement Electrolytes - A group of back yard experimenters are looking a ways to rejuvenate used sulfur lead acid batteries by replacing the electrolyte with pickling alum, as well as magnesium sulfate (epsom salts), and even copper sulfate. It is thought that the new electrolyte reverses the sulfation build up on the plates of the battery. (PESWiki; Aug. 2, 2010)
  • Featured / OS: Gravity Motors >
    Mikhail Dmitriev Gravity Wheel - This Russian inventor has been developing gravity-based power systems for years and says that the design has been widely replicated in Russia, even powering some houses. He says he has posted all necessary information to build the device, in which a small amount of power input generates much greater power output. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; January 30, 2011)
  • Feature / OS: Gravity Motors >
    Chalkalis gives his Gravity Wheel design to the world - Greek inventor, F. M. Chalkalis, after 28 years of development, says he is now giving away his design for a gravity motor that he says generates ten times more power than is required to maintain it; or is that a math error? Several people look interested in replicating the design, which looks relatively simple, but won't be cheap. (PESWiki; July 9, 2010)
  • Featured: Fuel Efficiency > Water as Fuel > Hydroxy >
    Self-Looped Anton HHO Cell System - Some researchers in Germany have excited the forums with their announcement of being able to self-run a 1000-watt generator from the HHO gas generated from the Anton electrolysis process. So the electrolysis unit produces HHO gas which runs a genset, and the electricity produced then runs the electrolysis unit. (PESWiki; April 27, 2010) (Comments)
  • Featured: Magnet Motors > V-Gates >
    Mechanical Opener for V-Gate Magnet Motor - A video originally posed by Roobert33 shows a V-gate magnet motor that supposedly is made functional (rotation maintained) by means of a mechanical method for moving the stator magnets in and out of the way of the gate ("re-gauging") so that the gate doesn't become a lock-up point that otherwise would stop the motion of the magnet motor. (PESWiki; November 18 2010)
  • Featured: Communities >
    Utah Safe Haven, Sustainable Village Project - I'm involved with a group of people who are preparing to build an intentional community based on principles of sustainability, healthy living, natural healing, individual responsibility, cooperation, and renewable energy. In short, it is about alternative, enlightened everything. Interested? (PESWiki; July 28, 2009)
  • Featured / OS: Solar > Cooking >
    Satellite Dish Solar Cooker - When you finally get sick of mainstream media, don't ditch your dish, convert it to a solar cooker and let it pay you back with free cooking power of the sun. These are also available commercially. A collection of instructional videos. (PESWiki; August 31, 2009)
  • Featured: Biomass >
    Rocket Stoves Rock - I went camping last night and was very impressed with the Grover Rocket Stove my dad brought along. While our traditional camping methods consumed copious amounts of firewood, the Rocket Stove used just a small amount to produce focused heat more reliably and with very little smoke. (PESWiki; August 22, 2009) (Comment)
  • Water Fuel Cell Open Source Project - An open source project by the H2earth Institute is in process of replicating the water fuel cell technology of the late Stanley Meyer, who allegedly ran vehicles on water, and whose patents have just now become public domain.
  • Featured / OS: Joe Cell / Fuel_Efficiency > H Boost >
    The Moe-Joe Spherical Joe Cell - Moshe Daniel, inventor/designer of the Moe-Joe Cell, has placed his project here at PESWiki, sharing some of the special features of the Moe-Joe cell and how it is an improvement over the cylindrical-type cells in the Joe Cell technology world. (PESWiki; April 4, 2009)
  • Lindemann Rotary Attraction Motor - Peter Lindemann has been coaching a forum in replicating a modified off-the-shelf motor, adding a Bedini-like circuit for improved efficiency, smoother running, and possible over-unity performance.
  • Electromagnetic > '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."
  • Electromagnetic > Modified Bedini Cole Window motor - Mike (HMM) has posted a demonstrated video of a device which quickly became buzzed as "overunity," but he does not claim it to be such. Complete instructions provided. Many researchers presently seeking to replicate the effect.
  • Bill Williams' Joe Cell - In the first part of April, 2006, Bill Williams told a discussion list that he successfully tested a device known as the Joe Cell. It allegedly feeds off Orgone energy and uses electrically charged water as the "gate" or medium through which the aetheral energy is drawn from the surroundings and transferred to the automobile engine. He was in process of disclosing how he accomplished this when confronted on April 11 by two unidentified individuals who told him to cease all of his alternative energy work or there would be dire consequences. Williams complied, but others involved are doing all they can to make sure the information is republished and replicated widely.
  • Hector D. Perez's Rotoverter - Originally announced in 1999, Hector D. Perez has detailed a method of running a low-horsepower electric AC motor, connecting cables in a different way, as to achieve energy-savings and overunity. In 2006, a flurry of activity ensued, with videos, schematics, and articles posted. Many verified RV replications, one public verified creation by [[1]], a NPO r&d organization from australia (with video and petition to sign to make all electric motor companies utilize the RV-technology straight from the manufacturing plant). Directory:Norman_Wootan also verified overunity.
  • CD Motor Open Source Project - Experiment developed between Sept 2001-2004 under the direction of Tim Harwood, inspired by the claims of Robert Adams and his exotic pulsed motor technology, was widely replicated; is now published again. Allegedly achieves over unity, but no self-runners were ever achieved.
  • Acetone As Fuel Additive - Said to increase mileage 15-35%. Added to gas tank in small proportion improves the fuel's ability to vaporize completely by eliminating the surface tension that causes some particulates to not fully vaporize. Directory page created to compile date.
  • Ocean Wave Energy / Nikola Tesla >
    Using Tesla's Valvular Conduit to Harness Water Waves - Proposal to combine (1) Nicola Tesla's "Valvular Conduit", patented in 1920, which is essentially a one-way fluidic valve, and (2) the Anaconda Bulge Wave concept of having rubber tubing move up and down with ocean waves, in order to provide a simple and cost-effective mechanism for harnessing sea wave energy. (PESWiki; July 18, 2008)
  • OS:Steven E. Jones Solar Funnel for Cooking - Prof. Steven E. Jones (of 9/11-demolition fame) presents a method for building a cooking device that is safe and low-cost, easy to make, yet very effective in capturing the sun's energy for cooking and for pasteurizing water. Requires cardboard, tin foil, black paint, and a mason jar.
  • Beer Glass Thruster - Tim Harwood's idea to re-create, and in fact improve upon 1960s defence contractors ionic research, in a low cost way at home -- Open Source Project - It will seek to apply two additional levels of theory to development of ionic thrust, not found in previous lifters designs. 1) Fluid dynamics in cell design / layout / intake. 2) Voltages above the air breakdown value of about 40Kv, using low duty input pulses, and larger cells. Presently seeking contributors.
  • CD magnetic ramp motor - Tim Harwood's idea to use a CD to re-create an overlooked patented magnetic ramp motor concept.
  • Featured: DIY / Plasma / Microwave
    How to Make Plasma in Your Microwave Oven - Perhaps you've seen a video or two at YouTube showing how to generate plasma with a small flame in a microwave oven. We've created a "how to" page, with a collection of some of these demos, scientific theories and studies, and related energy pursuits. (PESWiki; Dec. 20, 2008)

See also

Projects (Not really "open source")

Not open source in the true sense because of patents or other intellectual claims involved. For experimental purposes only. Commercial applications need to be licensed.

  • Build your own Flynn Parallel Path magnet technology proof-of-concept - Flynn associate, Michael Schuckel, provides a complete set of instructions of how to build a very basic device that proves the revolutionary magnet flux multiplication concept set forth by Joseph Flynn, and now being pursued by some large companies. (PESWiki; Feb. 20, 2006)

Non-Active OS Projects at PESWiki

  • Feature / OS: Magnet Motors >
    Hatem Magnetic Cogging Device Open Source Project - Several people are claiming that they have achieved more energy out than in with a system in which a motor drives one magnet disc that propels a second, non-touching magnet disc that drives an alternator, introducing nearly twice as much power as was input. Or is it a matter of measurement error? (PESWiki; Oct. 5, 2010)
  • Featured / OS: Magnet Motors >
    McNutt Magnet Motor open source project - This design built by David McNutt and witnessed by two friends nearly a decade ago and now being made public has to be the simplest iteration one could conceive: Styrofoam, pencil, and a few magnets. An invitation is extended to replicators to give it a whirl. It's the ideal open source design if it works. (PESWiki; Jan. 6, 2010) (Comments)
  • Featured / OS: Magnet Motors >
    All-magnet motor by FM Concepts -- new open source project - On the 4th of July, inventor, F.M., supplied photos and a video showing his all-magnet motor accelerating; and he gave permission for us to post a page about this open source project. He's hoping for a lot of replications by others, followed by characterization, improvement, optimization, and commercialization. (PESWiki; July 5, 2009)
  • Featured / OS: Magnet Motors >
    Dreieck Magnet Motor concept - No prototypes have been built yet for this design developed in Austria, which they are open sourcing. Their 2D computer modeling predicts a three-fold gain. They're hoping for help with 3D modeling. (PESWiki; Jan. 21, 2010)
  • Ambient RF Energy Collection Device - Byron Free Energy participant posts a method for harnessing radio frequency energy. The eventual objective would be to discriminate ambient space energy versus man-made radio waves, and to adequately amplify the energy to useful levels.
  • Featured / OS: Magnet Motors >
    Achilles Ligeras' Magnetic Engine (ALME) - After building a working prototype, "Archie" is now open sourcing the design here at PESWiki. He claims that his prototype (now broken) reached upwards of 1500 rpm for 45 minutes, and ran continuously at a lower speed for 48 hours. (PESWiki; Sept. 29, 2008)
  • Vortex / Fuel Efficiency > Engines > Whirl Power Turbine - Using principles of a tornado or vortex, this patent pending engine is said to capture most of the energy in flowing gases and delivers power to a rotating shaft in proportion to the fuel input. This is a True Rotor Power utilizing centrifugal force as well as compression and velocity for various RPMs and torque output.
  • Magnet Motors > Mike x's CD Magnet Motor - On March 30, Mike x posted a video to YouTube showing a CD with magnets attached on its surface, spinning with just one rotating stator magnet to keep it going. This is an all-magnet motor, with no electrical input. He's presently working on repeating the effect. (PESWiki; April 2, 2008)
  • Magnet Motors > OC MPMM Magnet Motor - A couple of Steorn forum members have been kicking around ideas for how to build an all-magnet motor with no other motive force. One of them shot a video showing acceleration of the device. (PESWiki; Jan. 5, 2008)
  • Gravity Motor with Permanent Magnet Assist - Open-sourced design combines the principles of gravity and magnetism to create a rotating device, whose torque can be harnessed for energy. Working prototype destroyed.
  • Tier 2 > Solar powered ethanol distiller - new open source project by User:Chinamill to network ideas of how to come up with best design, and then to fine tune that design for optimal performance. Working prototype has been built. Discussion group created to accompany project. Commenced May 29, 2005.
Wind Turbine
Wind Turbine
  • OS:Ground Source Heat Pump - Ground source heat pumps "extract stored solar energy from the ground to run a home's central heating, and can cost as little as an oil-fired boiler to install. Widely used in the rural US, they produce three or four units of heat for every unit of electricity they use, and can be reversed to provide cooling." (about)
  1. Proposed: Use heat pipe technology from solar collectors to make a cost effective geothermal heating sytem that can fit in an urban setting.
  • Peterman Magnet Motor - Brad Peterman seeks donations to build high-precision permanent magnet motor prototype based on a rough prototype he said ran for 5 1/2 minutes. If prototype is successful, he said he will open source the design.
  • Scott F. Hall's Magnet Motor from Kitchen Stuff - Video at YouTube shows a continuously-running gizmo composed of a conglomeration of things found in his kitchen, including a can of dog food, tooth picks, refrigerator magnets, a pencil, spring clips, and a small corner cut out of a box.

Projects Active Elsewhere

  • OS / DIY > Communities >
    Marcin Jakubowski: Open-sourced blueprints for civilization - Using wikis and digital fabrication tools, TED Fellow Marcin Jakubowski, founder of Open Source Ecology is open-sourcing the blueprints for 50 farm machines, allowing anyone to build their own tractor or harvester from scratch. And that's only the first step in a project to write an instruction set for an entire self-sustaining village (starting cost: $10,000). (TED; April, 2011)
  • OS / Solar > Vehicles >
    Solar-electric car generates power and excitement - Kyle Dansie has distilled his solar-technology expertise into an open source website, The vehicle cost about $11,000 and is powered by 6 solar panels, 5 in a garage and one on the car's roof. It can go up to 75 mpg, and travel about 50 miles on a full charge that takes 3-4 hours. (Video) (Salt Lake Tribune; Oct. 2, 2008)
  • Biodiesel Reactor - Complete plans for biodiesel homebrewing equipment, using off-the-shelf parts and a water heater, for less than $200 in materials.
  • Open-Source Public-Domain Expired Patent PV - technology using proven working ideas now owned by the world after 20-year patent monopolies have expired. Why reinvent the wheel? New forum. Sample of links to Silicon purification patents: OS and current patent (for checking prior art links): [2] Over 650 patent pages started on the wiki so far. 850 wiki pages started in the first month. You can help fill up the wiki and discuss.
  • OScar, open source car.

Projects at

Projects Ready to Go

These are projects that basically have the ingredients of a likely success, and are ready for someone to come along and make a go of them. Have at it! Click, and start creating.

  • Tier 1 > Gines and Gines' Magnetic Motor - Shielding is accomplished by turning horseshoe magnet off through a keeper plate, held by a tension spring, easy to displace. Tremendous torque. Crude prototypes immediately spun to destruction. 1960's (69?) patent by Gines & Gines (attorney: Kley sp?). Unit the size of a TV estimate output: 1000 HP. {To compartmentalize, preface all new pages with "OS:Gines:"}
  • Tier 2 > Schauberger's Vortex - rotating cone rises water or grain to top, recaptured in centrifugal vortex process. Cabins and farms were running off it. Patents expired. No commercial realization yet. {To compartmentalize, preface all new pages with "OS:SV:"}
  • Tier 4 > Radio Shack Radiant Device 1 - radiant energy design described in first Radio Shack manual published years ago. Govt. bought out inventor for 7 digit sum; no civilian application yet. {To compartmentalize, preface all new pages with "OS:RS1:"}
  • Tier 1(?) > Charlie Brown's Thermal Electric Chip - "May I present a new clean, abundant, decentralized energy source. I offer patent U.S. 3,890,161, a chip which absorbs heat directly while producing electrical power."
  • Tier 4 > Stirling Engine (Stirling Engine) - Small heat differential creates rotation using internal baffles. Many demo designs to choose from. Task is to identify and develop versions that can achieve widespread applicability in the marketplace. {To compartmentalize, preface all new pages with "OS:Stirling:"}

Projects Under Consideration

  • Tier 1 > Kneider's Wave Energy Propeller Engine - External fin system uses the energy of waves to provide thrust energy for the craft. Benefits the craft by stabilizing the ride. Toy-size proof of concept prototype built. Possible open source project (for experimental purposes only; commercial applications will need to be authorized under contract).
  • Tier 0 > Large rota cola sola engine - New project based on Stirling Engine design
  • Tier ? > Geometric Energy Fields (info pending)
  • Tier ? > Gray Pulse Tubes (info pending)
  • Tier 4 > Bhawan Solar - Pandav Bhawan of Rajasthan, India has designed a unique solar panel system that he is presently installing in commercially in India. He said there are no patent or other encumbrances.

Percolating Projects

Projects with Contrary Conclusion

  • Featured / OS: Electromagnetic > Self-Looped Motor-Generators >
    OS: Motor-Alternator Self-Looped System by Joe Tomicki (Probably bogus) - An inventor from Dallas, TX, is openly sharing a system that entails hooking up a motor to an alternator that powers a bank of batteries which powers a house through an inverter (similar to a solar setup). The three batteries in series that power the drive motor are manually topped off as needed through a battery charger that also plugs into the inverter. (PESWiki; December 4, 2012)
  • Featured / OS: Magnet Motors >
    Mecsdgp Magnet Motor - A new video has been posted showing a small rotor with square magnets around the perimeter. It starts to turn and then accelerates (supposedly up to 6000 rpm) as a "reactor bar" is brought closer to it. Most likely just an air nozzle making it turn. (PESWiki; Dec. 18, 2009)
  • Magnet Motors > Screw-Magnet Motor Crude Prototype - Four rows of screws, off-set around a cylinder, appear to cause the cylinder to spin when a holder of four neodymium magnets is brought close to it. Many replications attempted, but none were successful.
  • Aluminum, Paper, Steel Electrostatic Energy Generator - YouTube user singerxyz posted videos showing two different set-ups that he came up with that appear to extract energy from the ambient environment. In one, he wrapped an aluminum tube from a lawn chair with paper (insulator), and then wound that with non-galvanized steel wire. The phenomenon is most likely chemical-based.
  • Tier 1 > MXLO Magnetic Motor with DC Generator (PESWiki Edition) - PES open sourcing project commenced March 3, 2004, with claim from MXLO of an easy-to-build magnetic motor. Within two weeks nearly 12 people had built one. None of the 14 reported attempts have produced a working unit.

Future Project Pages

Topics could include the following areas. When creating a specific project, name your file "OS:xyz:Main_Page" where xyz = an abbreviation for your project. All pages of your project will then need to be named with that prefix to keep things organized on the site. The following links are designed to be category indexes of related OS projects. There are several Magnetic Motor open sourcing projects, for example, and those would be listed under OS:Magnetic Motors

Related Projects

A listing of existing free energy open source projects elsewhere on the web.

Go to: Directory:Open Source Projects

If you want to go ahead and list something while you're here, go ahead. Someone else can move it to the directory where it belongs later.

  • - an Open Source initiative for sustainable living based on the work of Richard Nelson on Liquid Bubble Insulation and Liquid Solar technologies.

KEY: Open Source Tiers

  • Tier 0 = an idea that has not yet been built into a prototype
  • Tier 1 = claim to a working device, but has not been verified
  • Tier 2 = technology has been validated (preferably by PES)
  • Tier 3 = technology is being prepared for market
  • Tier 4 = technology is in the marketplace


Click here for Sample Formatting of an OS Project - We want to recreate this idea now in the Wiki format.
(The linked MXLO project did not actually result in a successful replication, but it did provide a fertile ground to prove the power of open sourcing.)

Note the key categories: Main_page • Latest • Translations • Forum (create a yahoogroup) • Instructions • Replications • Data • Supplemental • Theory • Legal • FAQ • Related sites • Contact

If you were creating a project XYZ here, for example, the links for the above key pages would be [[OS:XYZ:Main_Page]] • [[OS:XYZ:Latest]] • [[OS:XYZ:Translations]] • etc...

Sub-pages should be named like this [[OS:XYZ:Replications/Fred_Smith]], which would be referring to a replication by Fred Smith of the XYZ device.

If Fred Smith wanted to further subdivide his index to describe "replication 1, replication 2, etc", he could name a file: [[OS:XYZ:Replications/Fred_Smith/Replication2]]

If you want your link to be more readable (preferable), you simple add a "|" followed by the desired link title, within the [[...]] code. For example [[OS:XYZ:Replications/Fred_Smith/Replication1|Fred Smith's First Replication of the XYZ Device]] would look like this:
Fred Smith's First Replication of the XYZ Device

External links take a single bracket [url] followed by a space, followed by the title you want. If you just want the ulr to show, just type the url, and wiki will automatically hyperlink it. If you put it within square brackets, with no space and title, then it will show up like a footnote.

See the "Help" button in the left-hand margin for more information about additional formatting and composition.

Related Sites

A listing of existing free energy open source project directories elsewhere on the web. We know of no other such directory on the Internet besides those provided by PES (including this page).

If you want to go ahead and list something while you're here, go ahead. Someone else can move it to where it belongs later.

  • Free Energy and the Open Source Energy Movement (Part 1) - "In this series of articles, we will attempt to examine several “Free Energy" devices, and explain their workings in a very simplified way; while discussing the proposed theories behind them. Also, we will take a look at the new inventors and researchers working within the Open Source Energy movement; and how Internet collaboration has changed the face of invention… With selected interviews with some of the most important players in the movement today."
  • Free Energy and the Open Source Energy Movement (Part 2) - "This installment examines Dr. T. Henry Moray's work, the important energy savings technology known as "Rotoverter", and an Open Source free energy device that nearly anyone can build themselves."
  • Free Energy and the Open Source Energy Movement (Part 3) - "This article, the two previous ones in this series, and those yet to come are dedicated to discussing the over one hundred year-old phenomena known as “Free Energy"; as well as the relatively new phenomena known as the Open Source Energy Movement."


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