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Raphial Morgado sets up his Mighty Yet Tiny engine. Jeane Manning and Joel Garbon co-authored Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-Leap New Energy Inventions Can Transform Our World.
Raphial Morgado sets up his Mighty Yet Tiny engine. Jeane Manning and Joel Garbon co-authored Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-Leap New Energy Inventions Can Transform Our World.
Shawn Galloway composed a theme song for the New Energy Movement, which was a co-sponsor of this event.  He performed on the first two nights.
Shawn Galloway composed a theme song for the New Energy Movement, which was a co-sponsor of this event. He performed on the first two nights.

by Sterling D. Allan
CEO, PES Network, Inc.


The presentation that Jeane Manning, Joel Garbon and I did at San Jose State University on April 2, 2009, along with Raphial Morgado and his demonstration was a highlight event of my life.

Titled: "Breakthrough Power - Embracing the New Energy Frontier", the event was held at the Engineering Auditorium at SJSU, and was co-sponsored by Golden Key International Honour Society at San Jose State University. The other co-sponsoring organization was the New Energy Movement. This was the third of three similar presentations given, beginning March 30 in Palo Alto, then March 31 to the Harvard Club of San Francisco. Nashville musician, Shawn Galloway joined us for the first two presentations with his vocal talent, singing the New Energy Movement theme song.


Though sparsely attended, most of those who came seemed deeply impacted, some in a life-changing way, especially on the last night.

Fortunately, we had a camera rolling for much of the time on April 2 at SJSU, and we have now uploaded that footage to YouTube in 15 segments, split at logical transition points, embedded below for your consideration -- our dedicated audience worldwide.

Following presentations by Joel Garbon, myself and Jean Manning, we held a Question and Answer session during which Raphial Morgado was given a few minutes to talk as well. He addressed what it takes to be a successful inventor. Many of the questions had to do with the students wondering why these technologies haven't made it to market yet, and the suppression that has taken place.

After the lecture and Q&A portion, Raphial demonstrated his "Mighty Yet Tiny" engine. This is the first time he had given such a demo since he presented his motor at the LA Auto Show in January 2006. His engine received First Prize in the 2006 Emhart-NASA Tech Briefs "Create the Future" Design Contest, competing against the likes of Boeing and Xerox.

My presentation included a segment on Mylow's All-Magnet Motor -- an open source project we are coordinating. Ironically, while I was featuring his work at San Jose State, Mylow was receiving an MIB visit in Chicago. [1] I had wanted Mylow to fly out to join us, inasmuch as he had gotten his motor running again just the day before (the previous stator magnet he was using had demagnetized too low to work any more). [2] Gratefully, Mylow has already disclosed how he builds his motor, and it will only be a few days, hopefully, before the first replication emerges, then the second, third, starting a revolution in clean, constant, portable, free energy.

Another highlight of the day was having dinner with Raphial and his girlfriend, Michelle. Raphial told us about some even more amazing technologies and variations he's come up with and will be releasing when the time is right. I wish I could announce it, but he asked me to keep it quiet for now. He's not the only inventor I've encountered who has a "one step ahead" technology that they are successfully bringing to the market, while having astonishing "two steps ahead" technology waiting in the wings. There is no doubt we live in exciting times of great transformation from a central-control, polluting paradigm, to a distributed, renewable paradigm.

A special thanks goes to Patrick Bailey and Ron Davis who put so much time and effort into organizing these events.

Contents

Videos

Part 1: Raphial Morgado Setting up Mighty Yet Tiny Engine Demo

( minutes)

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Part 2: Sterling Allan on Free Energy

(8:40 minutes)

  • (YouTube by PESNetwork; April 11, 2009)
  • How well has the Dept. of Energy done in three decades to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil and fostering clean, renewable energies?
  • Addresses the American Chemical Society's acknowledgement of Cold Fusion's viability on the 20th anniversary of Pons & Fleishmann's announcement.

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Part 3: Sterling Allan on the Mylow Magnet Motor

(8:31 minutes)

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Part 4: Sterling Allan on Top 100 Free Energy Technologies; Mighty Yet Tiny Engine

(6:17 minutes)

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Part 5: Jeane Manning on Breakthrough Power

(9:24 minutes)

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Part 6: Q&A (1) with Joel Garbon, Sterling Allan and Jeane Manning: Breakthrough Power

(7:56 minutes)

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Part 7: Q&A (2) with Joel Garbon, Sterling Allan and Jeane Manning: Breakthrough Power

( minutes)

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Part 8: Q&A (3) with Joel Garbon, Sterling Allan and Jeane Manning: Breakthrough Power

(8:02 minutes)

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Part 9: Q&A with Raphial Morgado at San Jose State University

(8:15 minutes)

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Part 10: Q&A (4) with Joel Garbon, Sterling Allan and Jeane Manning: FE Incubators

(3:00 minutes)

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Part 11: Mighty Yet Tiny Demo (1) by Raphial Morgado

(8:57 minutes)

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Part 12: Mighty Yet Tiny Demo (2) by Raphial Morgado

(6:32 minutes)

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Part 13: Mighty Yet Tiny Demo (3) by Raphial Morgado

(9:37 minutes)

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Part 14: Mighty Yet Tiny Demo (4) by Raphial Morgado

(8:35 minutes)

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Part 15: Mighty Yet Tiny Demo (5) by Raphial Morgado

(5:56 minutes)

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