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Tracking the Position of the Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies
This page was commenced (belatedly) by Sterling D. Allan on October 21, 2012 and will be primarily updated by Sterling as well, to track the movement up and down of the Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies and runners up. We hope to go back and pick up more of the key past developments.
The following two links will give you a comprehensive listing of all changes made to the Top 5 and Runners up pages. To compare before/after of any two sets, just click on the radio buttons of the two you want to compare (prior on left, later on right) then click on the "Compare Selected Versions" button near the top and bottom of the page. To see the page version for that date, just click on the time-dated link.
Log: Up and Down Movement of the Various Players
May 17, 2013
Moved E-Cat into #2 position per this story:
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi >
Interview with E-Cat Distributor License Broker, Roger Green - Roger has been arranging much of the distributor licenses for Andrea Rossi's E-Cat worldwide, personally investing $400k. He won't get anything for it until they start selling. Though the 1 MW plants have been on sale since October 2011, potential buyers seem to be waiting to see a continually-running demo unit first. (PESN; May 17, 2013)
Moved Yildiz down to #5 because of not being able to get out of own worst enemy mode. The June demo may be pushed back.
April 13, 2013
Considering a new #1; and reasons for reducing the ranking of the Yildiz motor.
- Featured: Kapagen >
Free Energy Demos by Fabrice Andre of Refuge7 in France - While here in the area, Ronny and I visited the famous inventor living off-grid high in the Alps. Does he have a new #1 technology? Videos of pancake coil pick-up effect, a "cold fusion" flask with a plasma ark, Tesla pancake coil, Kapagen coil array, self-looped motor generator system. (PESN; April 13, 2013)
Mr. Yildiz' weight is diminishing for the following reasons:
- He's not as close as I had thought to being ready for production.
- It is difficult to work with him; and this is one of the primary reasons he still is not in the market though he's had this technology developed well enough to bring in funding for at least 15 years. There is some good talent coming forward to help him now, which will take the edge off of this weakness; but it is still a significant drawback.
- The motor will not be easy to replicate. Too many magnets, too easy to not get them just right.
- Though it could be good for an open license, the difficulty of replicating will make it less easy to have it go viral.
April 4, 2013
Moved Defkalion to #3 and E-Cat down to #6
- Featured / Top 5: Cold Fusion > Defkalion >
Defkalion lying low, preparing for some big splashes - Defkalion is tackling around 20 major applications of their LENR reactor through contracts with several licensees, including some major players. Price point expected to be around 1/10 of what we presently pay for power. First product expected by second quarter 2014. Public reactor demo expected for NI Week in August. (PESN; April 4, 2013)
March 12, 2013
I've moved a few things around. I moved Yildiz up from #3 to #2, since his public validation is coming up soon, and he is likely to open license the lower power versions of his design, which would make that technology available for development
I moved eCat down a couple of notches since 1) they seem to be delayed a lot, and 2) their focus seems to be more on the big players than on the lay people.
I added Keshe into the mix in position #3. Call it a gamble. But their first products are supposed to be released soon. Let's see.
Steorn drops to 5 with Keshe coming above them, due to how far away Steorn is from market.
I added Kapagen into the runners up in position #6, due to how close they seem to be to having a plan that can be replicated.
I dropped Defkalion below Brillouin since Defkalion seems to be set back quite a ways with their move to Vancouver.
The next 2-3 weeks should see more movement in this list as some of these stories play out and either prove out or pass out.
-- SilverThunder 21:24, 12 March 2013 (PDT)
January 24, 2013
I put Keppe in position 6, since they are now in the market with an open source motor design, and have demonstrated overunity in their advanced design, with the possibility of maybe self-looping it in not too long from now.
- Featured / OS: Electromagnetic > Keppe >
Keppe Motor is in Open Source Production - The Keppe motor runs cool, has very high and consistent efficiency across all speeds, and is easy to make. More importantly, the group behind it has figured out the secrets to getting along with one another, concepts that can transform our world for good. (PESN; January 23, 2013)
January 4, 2013
Moved NRGLab down to #6 in runners up due to insufficient data and some questionable business strategies as well as secrecy in business personnel.
Considering this one for #3 position:
- Featured / Top 5: Magnet Motors > Yildiz >
BSMH-Yildiz' All-Magnet-Motor 30-Day University Test Pending - This month, a leading European university will be conducting a thorough, academically-rigorous, peer-reviewed, independent, scientific test of Turkish Inventor, Muammer Yildiz' all-magnet motor in an isolated room at the university. Not only will this provide the validation Yildiz needs to get funding for a patent, but it will open a new scientific revolution. (PESN; January 4, 2013)
January 2, 2013
A synopsis of the present T5 and the highlights of the past year.
- Featured / Top 5: Trends > Zeitgeist > 2012 Highlights >
2012 in Review--2013 Free Energy Predictions - Though the year didn't bring several technologies to market as I had predicted last year (due to "you don't deserve it yet" lack of adequate awakening), great progress was made. We highlight some of the leading trends, both upward, as well as some of those that are fading, gratefully. (PESN; January 2, 2013)
December 31, 2012
- Featured: Solid State > Thermal Electric >
NRGLab's SH Box
weighs in at #3 in Top 5- My reasons include: good price point: $0.03/kW-h; portable, solid-state, 24/7/365 constant; strong independent validation, including by TUV; strong business team and plan (not that I agree with the strategy); licensing the technology in a non-disruptive approach; science is not too much of a stretch; nearness to market (2014). (PESWiki; December 31, 2012)
My reasons for putting this technology in our Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies listing include:
- Good price point: $0.03/kW-h;
- Portable, solid-state, 24/7/365 constant, with load-following attributes;
- Strong independent validation, including by TUV, published for public review, including both the identity of the parties as well as the protocol of the tests and the results;
- Strong business team and plan (not that I agree with the strategy);
- Licensing the technology in a non-disruptive approach;
- Science is not too much of a stretch, providing a bridge for the more radical stuff emerging;
- Nearness to market (first 100,000 units in 2014).
My reasons for criticism are that they are too much of a mindset of working within the existing [corrupt] powers that be, propping up governments and central power grids, instead of angling for the "distributed" power generation for which their technology is capable, bringing power to the people. That they are going to the developing world first, gives them some redemption in this regard, but I hope that soon they will see the need to change their strategy to focus on distributed applications.
If they were closer to market, they could be higher in the Top 5.
Also, I'm not sure that this technology qualifies as an "exotic" genre, since the science doesn't seem to be that much of a leap from established principles. It's just a new PV crystal recipe that doesn't require the sun. Maverick, but not exotic.
The silence on this technology in the mainstream news, though, is a fairly good indicator that this could be maverick enough to be exotic. However, it could just be that we are getting the scoop on this one, and the mainstream will catch up. Let's see how this plays out. If it is not "exotic", then we wish them well, but they will not belong in our Top 5 Exotics list.
December 29, 2012
Moved Keshe way down on the runners up list due to these two developments:
- Anti-Gravity / Propulsion / Plasma > Keshe >
Keshe: so many words, no facts (Part II) - Luciano Saporito bemoans expectations versus reality in some recent presentations he attended by Keshe "believe me, despite the many theatrical elements and picturesque offered, but I thought, 'Sooner or later we will see something 's interesting ...' I hoped so, but unfortunately it was not so, at least for me!". (22Passi; December 17, 2012)
- Featured: DIY > Plasma > Anti-Gravity / Propulsion / Keshe >
Keshe demo; Product release delayed to prevent confiscation; Replication - Three developments: 1) The first public demonstration (ho hum) of the reactor; 2) announcement of a delay of release of the 5 kW product due to a change in design to avoid any confiscation of the device; 3) a replication of the coke bottle proof of concept plasma reactor producing up to 60 milivolts. (PESN; December 22, 2012)
December 17, 2012
This one is placed at the top of the several companies/groups listed on the Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over page, which is sitting at the #1 spot in the Top 5. Their third party validation is expected in about 3 weeks. Going on sale in January, 2013. When that validation is completed, we'll list them separately in the Top 5 in #1 position, and will put the others in #2, if we don't have a page up yet about the India group.
- Featured / Top 5: Self-looped motor-generators > NEW: Gyro Generator >
MSV Explorer amphibious vehicle powered by free energy technology poised to be first to general market - British inventor and CEO, Chris Garner, has come up with the MSV Explorer, an amphibious vehicle that not only treks on land and through water, but is powered by an exotic free energy method he calls "self-sustaining" that will enable the vehicle to travel indefinitely without stopping for fuel. Coming next month. (PESN; December 17, 2012)
December 14, 2012
- Moved Directory:Motor-Generator_Self-Looped_with_Usable_Energy_Left_Over to #1 position due to their nearness to market. Engineered and tested, now ready to go into production. Expected to emerge for distribution in April, 2013.
- Moved what was #1, the "confidential" force multiplier system in UK out of Top 5 into a new "Wild Card" classification in the runners up, due to "(waiting...)".
- So now, the EEFG solid state device Mark Dansie is remotely involved with moves into #5 position from runners up.
November 27, 2012
Luxury Sea dropped down in Runners Up because their launch date is pushed back to late 2013, early 2014.
- Featured: Water > as Fuel > Luxury-Sea >
Water as Fuel -- November 2012 Update - Douglas Zork writes about the French company, Luxury Sea, which says they are still on track, but are now looking at first release of equipment in late 2013 or early 2014. A brief commentary about other water fuel technologies as well. (PESN; November 27, 2012)
November 13, 2012
EEFG moved up to position #6.
- Featured / Top 5: Solid State Generators > Batteries / Capacitors > EEFG >
Solid-State Chip and Water Flashlight Demonstrated - On November 11, 2012, at the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement conference in Holland, Mark Dansie of Infinergy demonstrated a chip that harvests electrons from the ambient. He also demonstrated a battery technology that enables a flashlight to last 200 hours. (PESN; November 13, 2012)
November 5, 2012
Added Newman into the "runners up" after Searl.
- Feature / Best Exotic FE: Electromagnetic > Newman Motor >
Big Eureka - The Energy Machine of Joseph Newman - This compilation from 2010 shows old and new footage regarding Joseph Newman's motor that produces far more energy than it consumes, by harnessing free energy from the environment, be it matter or gyroscopic forces. While his personality might be challenging, you can't argue with the overlooked volume of credibility. (PESN; November 5, 2012)
October 22, 2012
Now that Defkalion has finally published some of their promising data, from a reputable, independent source, I've moved Defkalion into position #5, bumping Brillouin into position #7, from #5.
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Defkalion >
Defkalion Posts Independent Data Showing 3x Overunity; NASA Blushes - Defkalion has released data from an independent test of their low energy nuclear reaction (LENR, colloquially called "cold fusion", though it's probably transmutation) technology that is controllable. Though the tester is employed by NASA, he was not acting on their behalf in this case. (PESWiki; October 22, 2012)
Back in position #6 is the Keshe Foundation, due to the thought-provoking, Western-thought-form-busting, introspective comments received in response to my post yesterday about Keshe's "Scary" politics. The politics don't have sufficient extreme weight to warrant the removal.
October 21, 2012
Keshe Foundation removed from Top 5 runners up (was in #7 position) and from the Best Exotics for the following reason:
- Featured: Plasma > Anti-Gravity / Propulsion / Keshe >
MT Keshe's Scary Politics - Mehran Tavakoli Keshe calls Iran, Russia, and China "peace-loving nations", and says that Israel and the nations of the West are in a "checkmate" position due to " their atrocities of past decades and ... due to the wisdom of the Chinese and Russian leadership, the Syrian president and the foresight of the Iranian government and its religious leadership..." (PESN; October 21, 2012)
September 21, 2012
Concluding my Scouting FE Technologies in Europe trip, I shifted a lot of technologies around:
In first position, I added:
- Confidential - cheap, easy, high energy density, might open source core principle while licensing the advanced designs.
There is a rough overview of this technology in the Steorn story.
In fourth position I put
- Featured: Electromagnetic / Thermal Electric > Steorn >
Steorn Definitely Not Dead -- Free Energy Technology Coming - Steorn is under contract with the two largest corporations in the electric hot water heating market worldwide. One HephaHeat product will cost about as much as the electric water heater it's replacing, but will consume 1/5 as much electricity. With this marketplace vindication in as little as 18 months from now, they will then open the technology to other applications. (PESN; September 22, 2012)
In positions 6,7,8, I put:
- AKOIL Power Generators - The company claims to be running a villa in Europe on their technology, and that they will be selling the product commercially in 2013. They do not allow anyone to come in to see it unless they can show at least $1 million in a bank statement as evidence that they are a serious player, not just a curious onlooker, but ready to purchase or license if they like what they see.
- Featured / Events: Plasma > Anti-Gravity / Propulsion / Keshe >
Keshe Free Energy Technology Replications Galore - M.T. Keshe said that several entities, individuals, groups, and governments, have been able to replicate the energy technology phenomenon by referring to the books and patents available from the KesheFoundation.com website. One scientist allegedly could power three
townspounds with his device. (PESN; September 1, 2012)
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Electrolysis / Water > as Fuel >
Luxury-Sea Boat Generates Electricity from Ocean Water - A company named Luxury-Sea is building a boat with a special device that is claimed to generate electricity from ocean water, to both produce hydrogen to fuel its engine as well as power its on-board electronics. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; December 17, 2011)
And I moved the EEFG into position 11 due to its distance from market. According to Mark Dansie on the SmartScarecrow show, it's now 2-3 years away.
September 27, 2012
Sterling's Comment: "The information I received about the Defkalion third party testing only having a duration of 2-3 hours max pertained to the March time frame. I'm glad to see that they have resolved their stability issues to some extent. But this doesn't push them up in the Top 5 runners up, considering the strengths of those ahead of them." (PESN)
September 13, 2012
Dropped to #5 in the Top 5 because it turns out that in their testing in March, they couldn't get their reactors to last longer than 2-3 hours. -- Sterling
September 11, 2010
Moved E-Cat back into position #1 due to "The 1 MW version is presently in the marketplace, being manufactured", as reflected by this subsequent story:
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi > Validations >
2012 E-Cat Conference Report: 1 MW E-Cat Ready - Here's my next installment on the E-Cat conference. Rather than fixating on how low the 2.5 COP is, remember that the most significant data is the Ragone plot, which puts the energy density in the same region as nuclear power. Donovan's theory on the atomic process. (PESN; September 11, 2012)
September 9, 2012
Added this one to number 1 position due to A) its apparent nearness to public availability, B) its ease of assembly/manufacturing and deployment worldwide since it is based on off-the-shelf components that have already been tested, certified, accepted.
- Featured / Top 5: Electromagnetic >
Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over - Featuring a number of systems in which a motor turns a larger output generator, and the generator is producing enough energy to keep the motor running, as well as enough left over to power other things. A starter motor, temporarily, gets it going; then it stays going until turned off. Energy source could have something to do with phase angle harvesting vacuum energy. (PESWiki; September 5, 2012)
August 21, 2012
Ingeligentry / PlasmERG was removed from Top 5 (was in #5 position) and from the Best Exotics (On October 21) for the following reason:
- Featured / Buyer Beware: Noble Gas Engines > PlasmERG >
Part I: My Concerns About Inteligentry - Here I enumerate several concerns, including the perpetual postponement of manufacturers being shown how to run their engines; encouraging people to buy stock to get their license so the money doesn't go in escrow; John's ignoring great suggestions for the technology and the company; a timeline that evinces a lack of understanding of the steps involved in taking something to market. (PESN; August 21, 2012)
June 15, 2012
E-Cat comes back into the Top 5 in position #1 with this development, with positions 1-5 now being E-Cat, Defkalion, EEFG, PlasmERG, Brillouin, respectively.
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi >
600 Celsius - The Accelerating Evolution of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat - Andrea Rossi's cold fusion technology, called the E-Cat, has been developing rapidly over the past year. Currently, it is asserted that an extended test of a high- temperature module is taking place. What could the next evolutionary adaptation be for the Energy Catalyzer? (PESN; June 15, 2012)
March 6, 2012
Rossi's E-Cat drops to position 4 with this story, with positions 1-5 now being Defkalion, S. African FFG , PlasmERG, E-Cat, AOGFG, respectively.
- Featured: Buyer Beware > Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi > Skeptics >
Rossi Tells Florida Bureau He Has No U.S. Factory, No Nuclear Reactions - An inspector from the Florida Bureau of Radiation Control said that Rossi told him "No nuclear reactions occur during the process;" and "There are no radiation readings above background when the device is in operation;" and "Currently all production, distribution and use of these devices is overseas." (PESN and BeforeItsNews; March 11, 2012)
February 13, 2012
Defkalion put in position #1 with this story, bumping the S. African FFG and E-Cat into positions 2 and 3.
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Defkalion
Hope from Athens found in Cold Fusion - On the heels of the riots and building burning, I landed in Athens to visit Defkalion and was able to see a demonstration of their test set-up for the upcoming seven testing groups. I was also impressed by the team working with the technology that could help bring remedy to Greece, Europe, and the world. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; February 13, 2012)
PESN writer, Hank Mills resigns in protest.
February 7, 2012
Added this to position #1
- South African 5 kW Fuel Free Generator (story pending) See this for now.
January 21, 2012
Compilation / Snapshot
- Featured / Best Exotic FE > Top 5 >
Top 5 Free Energy Technologies Unfolding Now - Off the radar of the mainstream media, many futuristic energy technologies are positioning themselves to change the course of human civilization. These breakthroughs herald a fantastic future in which energy scarcity is a thing of the past. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; January 21, 2012)
November 30, 2011
- Featured: Best Exotic FE > Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies >
Happy Birthday to Me, Again -- Top 5 Shuffle - Once again, on my birthday, I am being treated to a barrage of amazing developments to report on, this time pertaining to Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies. 1) E-Cat, 2) GPI, 3) EEFG, 4) PlasmERG, 5) Defkalion, 6) Aviso, 7) Focus Fusion, 8) ERR Fluxgenerator. (PESN and BeforeItsNews andn Examiner; November 30, 2011)
January 8, 2011
The "Top 5" index page was commenced, looking like this.