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David L. Wenbert is heading the OS:Water Fuel Cell open source project as well as the OS:Tesla Switch - Geovoltaic Energy Pump (GVEP) open source project. He is also assembling a trade association for the emerging waterfuel industry.
David Wenbert is primarirly responsible for posting and updating the PESWiki
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David Wenbert's Main Site:
http://www.h2earth.org - official site of the H2earth Institute
http://www.h2earth.org/fellowshipprogram.htm - We're still getting some of our guys added into the system, for profiles, vLabs, email addys, etc., but it starts here.
http://h2earthlabs.netcipia.net - The online virtual "Lab Space" for Associate Fellow of the H2earth Institute. Each project participant is given a vLab, if they want it.
http://my.opera.com/h2earth/blog/cybrarium - The Waterfiles Archive
Download (13 mb mp3) - On Aug. 27, 2007, Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan conducted a live interview with David Wenbert regarding his work with Water Fuel Cells, and his theory that the "over unity" being observed in various electrolysis set-ups is closely related to the reason for "over unity" being observed in some Directory:Electromagnetic set-ups.
David L. Wenbert, founder and Executive Director of the H2earth Institute, has been involved with advanced research for more than 20 years.
A former stockbroker and mortgage broker, he has arranged, negotiated, or participated in mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, venture capital placements and initial public offerings in the alternative energy, aerospace, telecommunications, health care, and information technology sectors.
As a consulting business planner, he has worked with a variety of research inventors and their exotic technologies, bringing them together with professional scientists and university resources to bridge the gaps which often separate new ideas from funding and commercial viability.
Now in the Washington, D.C. area, Mr. Wenbert is developing the H2earth Institute and a companion trade association for the emerging waterfuel industry.
Video:Water as Fuel (via ZPE) (3 min) - While academia has been spurning the topic, hundreds, if not thousands of hobbyists and independent investigators worldwide are working on various electrolysis-like projects which put out more energy than was required to run the electrolysis unit. (PES Network Video Aug. 31, 2007)
Directory:David L. Wenbert, project director
email: [mailto:H2earth@gmail.com?subject=David_Wenbert_profile_page_at_PESWiki.com H2earth@gmail.com]