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Monday's visit to AG Energy postponed

'Free Energy Blog:2014:05:25'

Relevance: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over > Directory:350 kVA QMoGen by AG Energies India Pvt Ltd

Quick update about the pending visit by Deggory and Gowtham to AG Energies in India tomorrow, May 26.

Gowtham wrote:

: "I spoke with them to confirm the visit for tomorrow, but due to some personal reasons they said they will not be available this week."

I've dropped them a notch in the Template: 44.

-- SilverThunder 21:15, 25 May 2014 (UTC)

QEG April Data Posted 3rd Fundraiser Launched
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'Free Energy Blog:2014:05:25'

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Hopegirl has a new post on her blog: (May 25, 2014)

: "We know you have been eagerly and excitedly waiting for data and here it is in template form. We have entered partial QEG Morocco data as an example to show you how you can enter yours using the same form. More data will be submitted from the QEG Morocco build when all present project engineers compile their findings."

Note that the data in this first sample, showing an output/input ratio of 17% is from April 29 -- before the more recent results where Jamie was claiming up to 3 kW output from a 500 W input.

The purpose in posting this data was not to try and prove anything in terms of viability, but was in the spirit of openness, as part of the open source transparency, to illustrate to others who are experimenting with this system, how they might present their data, whatever it might be.

They've also launched a new fundraiser at

I'm a bit dubious about the opening statement:

: "What began with a conversion of 600 Watts into the generator motor to produce approximately 2000 Watts out (see 1st overunity video here), currently James is reporting 3000 Watts (5X), and some points 4500, 9460, 13,326, even 28,000 Watts!"

That seems like an exaggeration of reality. Momentary flickers on instruments do not constitute reliable data. I'm not saying that this is what happened, but I'm just skeptical. The way this is worded soundes like a meter jumping all over the place and being considered reliable.

She announces this fundraiser here: which includes much of the same wording.

-- SilverThunder 20:49, 25 May 2014 (UTC)

31 Thousand Scientists Reject Global Warming

'Free Energy Blog:2014:05:25'

Relevance: Directory:Global Warming / Directory:Bad Data on Global Warming

I've signed the petition at where you will see that there are over 9,000 PhD scientists who have also signed it.

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-- SilverThunder 20:49, 25 May 2014 (UTC)

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