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Articles on cutting edge energy technologies.
Directory:Solid State Generators > Directory:Steve Marks Toroid Generator > Article:Jack Durban's experience with Steve Marks Toroid Generator - Former key associate in a non-mechanical technology that allegedly extracted copious free energy from the environment, is ready to tell all, after more than a decade of silence. He says that the technology worked, but that Marks was less than honest in his business dealings. (Thanks Congress:Member:Sterling D. Allan)
Directory:Electrolysis > Article:Stanley Meyer Harmonics - Mark Cooper writes: "It came to me the other day. I was reading a book which has nothing to do with technology and I had an epiphany. Stan's device and Bob Boyce's device are the same in operation. They both use harmonics."
Article:Joe Flynn's Parallel Path Magnetic Technology -- by Tim Harwood - Article by Tim Harwood, who ran a successful replication project. Versions of the article were published in 2003 in Nexus magazine and New Energy Technologies magazine. (PESWiki Feb. 21, 2006)
There was an error working with the wiki: Code - Ethanol can be an even more effective energy alternative to petroleum if the unused portion of the crop are used to create methanol. (PESWiki Feb. 26, 2006)
Article:Patent officer comments on Sprain magnet motor - USPTO examiner says that there is nothing in the Sprain motor patent that speaks of an over unity scenario. Examiner says that patents that do make such claims are automatically sent to a special department at the patent office to handle. (March 8, 2006)
Directory:Compact Fluorescent / Directory:Power Factor Correction >Article:Are U.S. CFL's Designed to Make Us Pay More on Our Power Bills? - In Europe, a small capacitor is added to Compact Fluorescent Lamps for power conditioning and additional savings on the utility bills. Similar savings can be realized on AC motors. Why are these inexpensive modifications omitted from U.S. CFLs and many residential motors? (PESWiki Aug 25, 2008)
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