- See also Directory - much more exhaustive, whereas the PowerPedia portion is more a Wikipedia-like general topic coverage service.
- News - daily updates from around the world.
This is a free-for-all community-built 'Free Energy' power encyclopedia. PowerPedia is a Web-based free-content encyclopedia project over power and electronics. It exists as a wiki, a website that allows visitors to edit its content; the word PowerPedia is a portmanteau of the words Power and encyclopedia. PowerPedia is written collaboratively by volunteers, allowing articles to be changed by anyone with access to the website.
The PowerPedia is a power encyclopedia or set of pages of informative articles arranged to provide you information on various energy technologies. It is a reference work is a compendium of information, usually of a specific type, compiled for ease of reference. That is, the information is intended to be quickly found when needed. The information may be supplied in short paragraphs or in lengthy articles that include citations to other works on the same topic.
PowerPedia is both general (covering many energy topics) and specialized (focusing a variety of a free energy disciplines). PowerPedia contains factual articles on subjects in every field of knowledge related to power and energy. The PowerPedia is an information source made up of individual articles by experts and laymen. You can help in developing our content.
The PowerPedia reference will give you assistance to locate information or resources. The types and levels assistance will vary though based on your needs, the development of the page, and the complexity of the question. Most of the energy articles will give a broad overview and associated background information plus references to authoritative books and articles on each subject. PowerPedia has systematic listing of topics, with more substantial descriptions than a dictionary, will give general information on various branches of energy knowledge, also.
- Encyclopedic entries for free energy technologies and related technological information
- Encyclopedic entries for organizations that advance free energy technologies
- Encyclopedic entries for people who advance free energy technologies
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- Greenhouse Gases - Provides graphs, charts and other information on water vapor, CO2 and various other Global Greenhouse Gases.
- Wireless transmission of electricity - Encyclopedic entry about wireless energy transfer -- the process that takes place in any system where electromagnetic energy is transmitted from a power source to an electrical load, without interconnecting wires.
- Beta voltaics - Process purports to produce or extract electricity from radioactive decay.
- Ball Lightning - both naturally occurring and as seen in laboratory by Kiril Chukanov
- Cold Fusion overview
- Eugene Mallove - Cold Fusion's champion, murdered.
- Motionless Electrical Generator - The Motionless Electrical Generator (MEG) is an electromagnetic generator without moving parts which includes a permanent magnet and a magnetic core including first and second magnetic paths.
- Nikola Tesla - The man who invented the twentieth century is now shaping the twenty-first century as the "Father of Free Energy."
- Biefeld-Brown effect - More widely referred to as electrohydrodynamics (EHD) or sometimes electro-fluid-dynamics. Small models suspended by this effect are sometimes called 'lifters'.
- PowerPedia:Testatika - Alleged free energy electromagnetic generator includes an inductance circuit, a capacitance circuit, and a thermionic rectification valve.
- Russell Bourke - Inventor of the Bourke Engine, whose continuous cycle is 3x more efficient than standard 4-stroke now extant.
- Viktor Schauberger - 1885 - 1958 Founder of implosion technology. Studied the phenomena of the fluidic vortices.
- Energy Supression - documenting the various instances of inventors and groups being stopped in their progress.
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