Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:12 am.
• Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD (Main20)
• Congress:Bylaws (rd)
There was an error working with the wiki: Code
2007 Archive of New Energy Congress Vote Results
The New Energy Congress was founded in November, 2005.
most recent first
Congress:Vote Results Archive:2008 - going forward in time
(Dec. 11-18) Two votes were taken to determin that four inventors: Directory:Rauen Environmental Heat Engine (18), Directory:Potomac Energy Projects, LLC (14), OS:Bob Boyce Electrolyzer Plans (10), and Ken Rasmussen (10) would split a $30,000 grant from John B.
(Oct. 1-8) Poll Result: "Have you personally witnesses an electromagnetic device that you are fully satisfied was "overunity", meaning that more energy was coming out than was put in? (not including solar, wind or other conventional environmental energy harnessing devices)" (Tally: 1 Yes 14 No)
(Sept. 19-26) Have you seen a magnet motor in operation in person? "Magnet motor" = a motor that run only on magnets, with no other motive force. (Tally: 16 No 4 Yes)
Running Magnet Motors Witnessed - Four of twenty New Energy Congress members who responded to a week-long poll said they had personally witnessed a magnet motor in operation in which magnets were the only motive force. (PESN Sept. 28, 2007)
(Apr 26 - May 10) Approved: NEC members should recuse themselves from voting on an technology in which they are personally involved, and should vote "abstain" in such instances. (Tally: 13 yes 3 no 2 abstain) (Congress:Bylaws)
(Feb. 23 - Mar. 2) Approved: "Approve the following T100 voting policy: If 50% or more of respondents vote "not enough info", then the item shall be removed from the main T100 listing. Each "not enough info" vote cast shall count 1/3 votes and shall be the same as a "not T100" vote. So three "not enough info" votes would be the same as one "not T100" vote." (Tally: 17 yes 1 abstain)
(Jan. 13-20) Approved: Approve Nick Cook for an NEC "Advisor" position. (Tally)
(Jan. 5-6) Approved: NEC Disavows Brooks Agnew (Tally: 10 yes 3 no 4 abstain 1 "need more time to discuss")
New Energy Congress Disassociates from Brooks Agnew - Due diligence process results in a decision by the New Energy Congress to pull away from involvement with Brooks Agnew and the Phoenix Science Foundation. (PESN Jan. 5, 2007)
Congress:Vote Results Archive:2006 - going backward in time