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Movie Reviews

  • Movies > The Prestige features Nikola Tesla - A must-see film, paints Tesla in a brilliant light, while two rival magicians go at each other. At the end of the film, one is left to wonder if Tesla is still too far ahead of our time, one hundred years later.
  • Feature: UFOs >
    The Day Before Disclosure - This outstanding documentary film is now available for free viewing online. It is a great compilation of a myriad of photos, videos, testimonials, witnesses, news articles; and is presented very well. Covers the reasons behind the truth embargo, and ramifications of disclosure. (PESWiki; Oct. 12, 2010)
  • Feature: Movies >
    Review: The Scientist by Zack LeBeau - The Scientist follows a brilliant physicist, Dr. Marcus Ryan (Bill Sage), who anguishes over the tragic death of his wife and daughter while secretly constructing a mysterious energy generator in his basement. The multi-dimensional energy unleashed by the machine triggers a series of events that propels Ryan toward a higher level of consciousness. (PESWiki; Oct. 8, 2010)
  • Featured: Suppression / Movies >
    Race to Witch Mountain -- a Metaphor - This new Disney film is amazingly on point when it comes to depicting how the BlackOps control advanced technologies via off-budget, huge projects, in cahoots with certain elements within the U.S. government, often in blatant disregard for the large picture in favor of some myopic agenda. (PESWiki; May 25, 2009) (Comment at Examiner.com)

Documentary Reviews

  • The Corporation - Exceptionally well-done documentary film looks at the rise of the corporate body having the legal status of a person -- yet without conscience, greed-driven, raping the planet for profit -- but which is now beginning to gain moral fiber, to turn around and then reverse the damage it has inflicted on the biosphere.
  • Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2005) - A must-watch movie for our generation. Especially interesting to those of us in the energy field inasmuch as part of the fraud included playing with California's energy supply for nearly a year.
  • Featured: Water / Pollution / Recycling >
    Tapped - The makers of the excellent, landmark documentaries Who Killed the Electric Car and I.O.U.S.A. have produced a documentary about bottled water, called Tapped. In it, they address the high cost -- to both the environment and our health -- of bottled water. They enlist activists, environmentalists, community leaders and others to expose the dark side of the bottled water industry. (PESWiki; Oct. 29, 2010)
  • (OT) Wal-Mart:The High Cost of Low Prices - Documentary about how Wal-Mart pays substandard wages and skimps on benefits, encouraging employees to seek government assistance, bullies union attempts, eviscerates communities, allows sweat shop conditions in its source factories, violates environmental standards.

Videos

  • Energy from the Vacuum - Disc I, two hour DVD now available, featuring Tom Bearden, John Bedini, Walter Rosenthal and Peter Lindemann. First release in a multi-part series.
  • Electromagnetic > Electric Motor Secrets DVD by Peter Lindemann - In his DVD presentation, drawing on 30 years of his own research and development, Lindemann explains 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.
  • Featured: Water / Pollution / Recycling >
    The Cycle of Insanity: The Real Story of Water - The Surfrider Foundation has produced an excellent 20-minute video (2-min. trailer) explaining the insanity behind how we've come to handle water in modern society. It addresses such things as our concrete and pavement preventing aquifers from being replenished; and how we spend so much money transporting water great distances when we could do more to conserve and recycle it close to the point of use. (PESWiki; April 10, 2010)

Book Reviews

  • Featured: Reviews >
    Breakthrough Power -- a Book for the Masses - Here is a book to both round out your own understanding of game-changing energy technologies as well as to pass out to your family and friends to get them excited about the possibilities and to inspire them to get involved in helping to remove the barriers which have stood in the way of these things coming forward. (PESWiki; Nov. 4, 2008)
  • The Quantum Key - Aaron Murakami provides a view on aether, its interaction with a dipole, how it interacts with matter to have mass, what gravity and inertia are and how they relate to the aether, what time is and why our perception is linked to it, and practical applications.
  • Why are Gas Prices So High? - Mary-Sue reviews book by Canadian author, that looks at a psychological component and solution to the greed that drives oil dependency.
  • Free Energy Generation - by Tom Bearden, with John Bedini, is said to be a must-have for researchers attempting to harness the Tesla type radiant energy forces of nature. Skeptics demur.
  • Featured: Anti-Gravity / UFOs >
    The World I Dream Of - A new book of visionary statements compiled by Curt Butz includes one by the renowned Nassim Haramein. He looks forward to a time in the not too distant future when man will have both mastered anti-gravity technology and the ability to travel vast distances in a short amount of time to be able to responsibly harvest resources from extraterrestrial orbs and while returning Earth to its Edenic state. (PESWiki; Nov. 21 2010)


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Paper Reviews

  • The Equivalence of Magnetic and Kinetic Energy - Article by Carel van der Togt "proves that QM/QED/QCD/. ... assumes, unjustified, that the electromagnetic field is (also) conservative." Subject: Cold Fusion and Omissions in Physics.

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Product Reviews

In the News

  • The Year in Energy - 2008 - Technical advances jump-start electric cars, wind turbines, and solar power. 2008 saw some remarkable advances in energy technology, and many of the innovators in this area remain hopeful that the coming decade won't be like the 1980s, when a drop in oil prices snuffed out interest in alternative energy. (MIT Technology Review; Jan. 5, 2009)

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