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There was an error working with the wiki: Code is an embedded video of Congress:Member:Sterling D. Allan's presentation at the Gnomedex conference in Seattle on Aug. 11, 2007 talking about screening the Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD, and using the OS model to break the log jam on exotic, disruptive energy technologies.
Allan was invited to give the "captone" (their spelling -- blogger thing?) presentation at the conclusion of the conference as a way of saying, "here is one of the reasons we have all this internet technology . . . to help technologies like this advance faster than they would otherwise."
The PowerPoint presentation that accompanied the lecture is available for download, to view along with the video, which only shows Allan, not the lecture hall screen.
Note: The video begins about 10 minutes into the 45-minute presentation.
: "Sterling D. Allan, CEO of Pure Energy Systems Network, and founder of the New Energy Congress, gives the captone presentation on Aug. 11, 2007 at the Gnomedex conference in Seattle. He speaks about the process of screening for the best clean energy technologies, and suggests the open source approach for breaking the logjam on some of the more revolutionary technologies. He defines "free energy" as referring to energy modalities that harness energy that does not have to be paid for, including conventional methods such as solar, wind, geothermal, and tide as well as the exotic approaches, including cold fusion, zero point energy, and magnet motors. He expects that some of these more exotic forms could bring the price of energy down several-fold, while also being clean and renewable. He recommends the open source method for quickly disseminating the technology once it is mature enough."
Download PowerPoint Presentation - The video begins when Sterling is on slide 9 of 39.
http://www.gnomedex.com/2007/node/223 - Announcement of presentation.
http://chris.pirillo.com/2007/09/14/sterling-allan-speaks-at-gnomedex-2007/ - report on the presentation (Sept. 14, 2007)
http://blip.tv/file/378942/ - reprint of YouTube file
Sterling Allan New Energy Congress–Gnomedex 2007 - this guy wasn't impressed (LarixConsultin Aug. 11)
New Energy to Culminate Gnomedex Conference (Aug. 9-11) - The organizers of an annual Internet media conference asked Sterling Allan to conclude the conference with a presentation on Top 100 Energy Technologies and open sourcing of exotic energy technologies. (PESN July 17, 2007)
Gnomedex is an annual conference for bloggers. This was the seventh conference held. It is organized by Chris Pirillo.
Chris Pirillo outside the conference hall. The hall was filled to overflowing with lap-top toting internet gurus.
Allan's booth at Gnomedex displayed the Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:PES:Sterling Allan motor he built, demonstrating a radiant energy technology which some who have replicated this in an open source project at PESWiki, have claimed to be getting more energy out than what is put in. Outside the conference hall was a cruise ship.
"It didn't rain while I was in Seattle, but we did get a big downpour
a few days later in Eagle Mountain, with 1/2-inch hail stones."
OS:Revenue Potential - 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.
Article: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)
OS index of open source energy projects
Congress:T100:Sterling's List - a modified presentation of the top energy technologies, based on how far along the technologies are toward market implementation.
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