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PESWiki News -- July 2010 Archive

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Saturday, July 31, 2010
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Latest / There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] > Revealing what I know about building the Perendev magnet motor - Having honored the NDA long after the term expired, given new unsettling developments, I now reveal blueprints, photos, and other insider information in hopes that it might help the many people out there trying to replicate Michael Brady's all-magnet motor. (PESN July 31, 2010) (Examiner)
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Directory:Fuel Efficiency / Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Hybrid Vehicles > Porsche Gets the Go-Ahead for the Sexiest Hybrid Ever - Porsche’s first ever plug-in hybrid, the 918 Spyder, goes from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, gets 94 miles per gallon. The car’s major zip comes from a 3.4L mid-mounted V8 hitting 500-hp, and the engine is coupled with two electric motors that give it an extra 218-hp. Only US $630,000! (Inhabitat July 30, 2010)
Friday, July 30, 2010
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Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Cold Fusion > Directory:New Energy Times > New Energy Times, Issue 35: NULM Neutron - The core of this issue is the special report "Cold Fusion Is Neither," reviewing technical aspects of low-energy nuclear reactions. Readers who are less interested in the technical details may wish to jump directly to, "Two Decades of 'Cold Fusion.'” (New Energy Times July 30, 2010)
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There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > YouTube ups video limit to 15 minutes - YouTube gave its users five more minutes on Thursday, increasing the upload limit for videos to the site to 15 minutes from 10 minutes, that having been the "number one requested feature" by contributors. (PhysOrg July 29, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > BP's Live Hayward Cam - Fireworks not recommended for celebrating leak cap in the Gulf. After stoic CEO Tony Hayward refuses to take a pink slip from a robotic arm then fails to respond to a barrage of golf balls, tennis shoes and other junk shot items BP must strategically set parts of him on fire. (Colbert Nation July 27, 2010)
Thursday, July 29, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Fuel Efficiency / Directory:Plasma > Directory:GEET Reactor by Paul Pantone > GEET plasma fuel processor kit now in production, available for purchase - The kit targets do-it-yourselfers and is designed to fit carbureted engines in the range of 1 to 16 HP, allegedly increasing their fuel efficiency by at least 30 percent. It goes along with the plans which can be downloaded for free. Will be on display at the TeslaTech conference in Albuquerque. (PESN July 29, 2010)
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Directory:Electric Vehicles > PopSci Archive Gallery: The Electric Car, 1916-Present - Starting with August of 1916, which was their first issue to cover a hybrid gasoline-electric automobile then passing through 1920, when electric cars were preferred because of the high price of gas, dropping in interest as gas dropped in price then through several iterations in between including a 1968 GM stirling engine hybrid and their 1990 EV1 ending with the rebirth in 2008 PopSci gives 17 snapshots through EV history. (Popular Science July 23, 2010)
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Directory:Weather Control / Directory:Nature > Atmosphere Under Assault The Plot Against Hurricanes - Joel Carlinsky makes a case for the rights of hurricanes in the natural flow of cosmic energy, performing an ecological function. He considers any attempts to mitigate or deflect the paths of hurricanes to be sinister plots against nature and survival on the planet. Though extreme, he does make some interesting points. (Changing Power July 27, 2010)
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Anti-Gravity > Directory:John Hutchison > Hutchison Effect Lab Sold - On the 11th we reported that John Hutchison was putting all the components needed to produce anti-gravity up for sale on eBay. Though that bid period ended without a sale, John says a couple of German groups have subsequently come forward to salvage what is left, even though it isn't likely to result in anti-gravity. "I'm not an inventor", John says. (PESN July 28, 2010)
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Directory:Wind > Directory:Vertical Axis Wind Turbines / Directory:Wind:Largest / Directory:Wind:Offshore > Massive Aerogenerator Turbine is 3X More Powerful - A new design called the Aerogenerator X would have a massive span of 275 meters and would produce a whopping ten megawatts of electricity — that’s three times the production capacity of typical modern commercial horizontal axis turbines, making it more viable for off-shore applications. (Inhabitat July 26, 2010)
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Directory:Magnetism > Directory:Magnetism > Spacequakes Rumble Near Earth - Researchers using NASA's fleet of five THEMIS spacecraft have discovered a form of space weather that is a temblor in Earth's magnetic field that packs the punch of an earthquake and plays a key role in sparking bright Northern Lights. (NASA Science July 27, 2010)
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Gap-Power > Gap-Power video claims to describe and demonstrate overunity - New videos by Art Porter illustrates a magnetic neutralization technique via an electromagnetic coil, and in the operation of the device most of the rotational torque comes from permanent magnets, allegedly producing more energy out than in. (PESN July 27, 2010)
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Directory:Transmutation / Directory:Cold Fusion / Directory:Magazines > Directory:Infinite Energy Magazine > Infinite Energy: Issue 92: Transmutation of Elements - In Search of the Platinum Group Metals • Was Transmutation Observed at the Quantum Rabbit Laboratory? • Depletion and Restoration of Four Atmospheric Gases • Thermal Radiation from the Zero-Point Fluctuation Field Inside the Sun... • The Duality of Matter and Waves • How Perturbations Can Merge Separated Worlds • The Light Energy of Dark Matter • Failure of Einstein’s Theory and Mass-Energy Equation • The Potential Power of Design. (July/August 2010)
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Directory:Flight / Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar Applications > Directory:Solar:Vehicles > Zephyr Solar Plane Completes 10x Longest Unmanned Flight Ever - The Zephyr solar plane has officially broken the endurance record for an unmanned aircraft by flying for a whopping two weeks above an Arizona army range. The photovoltaic-powered Zephyr, which touched down on Friday, handily beat the previous world record of 30 hours with a new record of 336 hours! (Inhabitat July 26, 2010)
Monday, July 26, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Emergency Preparedness / Directory:Electrical Grid / Directory:Hybrid Vehicles > Priuses power house during 24-hour grid outage in Washington DC - A family in D.C. was able to power all their essential equipment, including two refrigerators and lights and a lot more, including their TV, computer, some cooling fans, and a cell phone battery by attaching 1000-Watt inverters to their two Toyota Priuses in their garage, using ~1/2 gallon of fuel per hour. (PESN July 19, 2010)
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There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Scratching the Surface of Free Energy Devices with Patrick Kelly - Carlita does a two-hour interview with Patrick, who is best known for generously providing researches with free open source access to his downloadable 15 chapter book, A Practical Guide to Free Energy Devices. Patrick describes the depth and diversity of free energy devices available, how they function and the energy production that each device is capable of. (Sailing Beyond Knowledge June 3, 2010)
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Directory:Fuel Efficiency / Directory:Alternative Fuels / Directory:Trends > Honda: Racing Against Time - In their Dream the Impossible promotional video series (advertised on our site), Honda talks about the "racing spirit" and how it brings out the best in people to accomplish phenomenal things. The ultimate race, they point out, is to find an alternative to oil for propelling our transportation -- long before we run out of oil. (Honda July, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Censored Gulf news: People bleeding internally, millions poisoned says 'EPA whistleblower' - Hugh Kaufman, a senior policy analyst at the EPA’s Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response is a leading critic of the decision to use Corexit. BP hs poured nearly two million gallons of the dispersant into the Gulf of Mexico. Political and health ramifications addressed. (Examiner July 21, 2010)
Sunday, July 25, 2010
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Latest: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Directory:Free Energy Incubators > Spanning the chasm between invention genius and arrival in the marketplace - There is no lack of great ideas and technologies, but they often languish. Dave Muchow proposes the establishment of technology screening and incubation centers around the U.S. to finally help some of the many great clean technologies to make it to the market. (PESN July 19, 2010)
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Directory:Mimicking Living Organisms > Design Inspiration from Nature – Biomimicry for a Better Planet - From buildings and bridges to materials and medicine – examining the design of nature has aided in the development of almost every aspect of our lives, and most of us – often without realizing – benefit from these inspired revelations several times a day. A overview, including energy applications. (Inhabitat July 16, 2010)
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Directory:Pollution / Directory:Health > The Story of Cosmetics: Simple, Serious, Scary - Annie Leonard, maker of Story of Stuff, has produced another simplistic hit, this time spurring us to think about the cumulative effect what we put on our bodies via the myriad of cosmetic products available, calling for more oversight on what is able to make it into the marketplace. (TreeHugger July 21, 2010)
Saturday, July 24, 2010
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Directory:Emergency Preparedness > Directory:Barter > Online Bartering: Cell Phone to Porche (video) - After two years of online trading, starting with a cell phone, now at 17-years-old, Steven Ortiz owns his own Porche convertible. Helpful sites include Craigslist (trade option) for books and DVDs for big-ticket items. (CBS News July 21, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > BP accused of trying to silence science on spill - The head of the American Association of Professors accused BP Friday of trying to buy the silence of scientists and academics to protect itself after the Gulf oil spill, in a BBC interview. A copy of a contract offered to scientists by BP, which the BBC said it had obtained, said scientists are not allowed to publish the research they do for the oil giant. (PhysOrg July 23, 2010)
Friday, July 23, 2010

Directory:Nanotechnology / Directory:Waste to Energy > Directory:Energy from Sewage > Nanotech coatings produce 20 times more electricity from sewage - Engineers at Oregon State University have made a significant advance toward producing electricity from sewage, by the use of new coatings on the anodes of microbial electrochemical cells that increased the electricity production about 20 times (PhysOrg July 21, 2010)

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Directory:Wind > Directory:Vertical Axis Wind Turbines > Will Vertical Axis Wind Ever Scale Up? - Vertical-axis wind turbines have been around for thousands of years, yet we still haven't seen modern turbine producers make a dent in the wind market. This is partly due to a reputation of Bozos and Scheisters, which will diminish with more rigorous test results and a new small wind certification council. (Renewable Energy World July 21, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Experts: Health Hazards in Gulf Warrant Evacuations - Marine toxicologist Riki Ott said that if she lived in the Gulf with children she would leave immediately. Some people in the Gulf are experiencing symptoms like headaches, dizziness, sore throats, burning eyes, rashes and blisters that are do deep, they're leaving scars. (TruthOut July 22, 2010)
Thursday, July 22, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Emergency Preparedness / Directory:Conspiracy > Solar garden a remedy for coming food shortages - Several factors, including the unknown extent of crop damage from the Gulf-disaster-poisoned-rains, point to food shortage and skyrocketing food prices in the U.S. A survival seed bank is suggested as a crucial step to sustaining life and independence through terrible times certain to come. (PESN July 22, 2010) (Comment)
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Directory:Piezoelectric > Quick jolt of energy could improve energy harvesting by a factor of 40 - Researchers from the LGEF Laboratory at the University of Lyon have proposed that an initial energy injection extracted from the harvested energy itself could greatly increase the total piezoelectric energy output. This method could generate 20 times more energy than normal when using off-the-shelf components, and up to 40 times more when using low-loss devices. (PhysOrg July 21, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > CCNY-Led Team Develops Non-Toxic Oil Recovery Agent - A team of chemists at the City College of New York (CCNY) have developed a non-toxic, recyclable agent that can solidify oil on salt water so that it can be scooped up like the fat that forms on the top of a pot of chilled chicken soup. The agent could potentially be used to recover oil lost in the BP disaster in the Gulf. (Energy Daily July 18, 2010)
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
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Latest / Current events: Events:ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference > Events:2010:ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference > ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference next week, an annual F.E. highlight - This year's TeslaTech line-up in Albuquerque, NM from July 29 - Aug. 1, includes John Searl, Marko Rodin, and Paul Pantone. The conference will include 'lots of hardware to examine and operate.' (PESN July 21, 2010) (Comment)
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Directory:Human-Powered > Can The Human Body Be Used As A Power Plant? - A brief review of various methods for using the human body as a power plant, or even as a battery. Methods include harnessing human heat from crowds, electricity from typing, knee dynamos, glucose-powered implants. (Energy Daily July 20, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > BP to trial underwater voraxial separator in Gulf - Mounted on a skimmer vessel, the machine takes oil-laden water from the sea and spins it at high speed in a central cylindrical chamber. The resulting centrifugal force pulls the water to the outer edges of the chamber, leaving the oil in the middle. Once separated, that oil is then captured and stored in onboard holding tanks, while the water flows back into the ocean. (GizMag July 19, 2010)
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Directory:Conspiracy > Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:9/11 Conspiracy > Washington Post documents growth of intelligence since terror attacks of Sept. 11 - Since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, top-secret intelligence gathering by the government has grown so unwieldy and expensive that no one really knows what it costs and how many people are involved. A two-year investigation by The Washington Post uncovered what it termed a "Top Secret America" that's mostly hidden from public view and largely lacking in oversight. (AP / Deseret News July 20, 2010)
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Water > Directory:Water as Fuel > Directory:G.E.M. Technologies Omega Energy Cell > G.E.M. Technologies open for licensing its Omega Energy Cell - When you go to, you see an extremely right-brained, new age type of presentation using terminology that is foreign to scientists – like a housewife trying to explain a Tesla coil. Do they really have a solution to the energy crisis? Do you have what it takes to find out? (PESN July 20, 2010) (Comment)
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Directory:Zero Point Energy > Directory:Wingate Lambertson > ‘Zero-point energy’ came through for Win L. - In Sept. 2004, the late Wingate Lambertson, Ph.D. wrote: "My certifier, known as John-2, has measured a yield of 153 percent on a recent E-dam. It should be possible to increase this substantially in the expansion of my research by others.” (Changing Power July 17, 2010)

Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Who benefits from Iraq's oil flow? BP to Up Iraq Rumaila Field Output By 100000 B/D Early 2011 - Exec - U.K. oil major BP PLC, along with its partner China National Petroleum Corp., plans to increase production from Iraq's Rumaila oil field by more than 100,000 barrels a day at the beginning of next year, a BP executive said Sunday. (Wall Street Journal July 18, 2010) (See also Iraq wants oil companies to develop 11 fields (AP July 18, 2010)

Monday, July 19, 2010
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Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Millennial Motors Inc:Magnetronic Motor > Plane crash kills three from team marketing game-changing motor - A July 10 plane crash killed the president, CEO and CFO of US Highland Inc. which is the marketing arm for Millennial Motors, Inc., whose magnetronic motor will allegedly require as much as 70 per cent less battery usage for the same run time, and weigh as much as 40 per cent less than the existing competition. (Changing Power July 17, 2010)
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Directory:Gravity Motors > Directory:Secondary Oscillations > Directory:Milkovic Two-Stage Mechanical Oscillator > Directory:Milkovic Two-Stage Mechanical Oscillator > Milkovic pendulum self-loop attempt by Anandaadhar (video) - Replicator, Anandaadhar has given significant effort toward creating a self-looping Milkovic secondary oscillation system, using a flywheel and magnets along with his with a two-phase pendulum. No self-sustaining achieved with this set-up, but could that be due to system losses? (YouTube / Anandaadhar July 17, 2010)
Sunday, July 18, 2010
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Directory:Solar / Tools > 'Tissue Paper' Could Stop Bullets, Harness Solar Energy - A soft "tissue paper" made from normally brittle germanium and silicon contains individual fibers as strong as bulletproof Kevlar. Woven into traditional fabric or embedded in hard plastics, the new nanowires could stop bullets, harvest solar energy or perform dozens of other tasks. (Discovery Apr. 27, 2010)
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Directory:Superconductors > Superconductor breakthrough could power new advances - Engineers at the University of Cambridge have announced their first batch of a new range of powerful superconductors which could revolutionise the production of machines like hospital MRI scanners and protect the national grid. The breakthrough has improved the effectiveness of yttrium barium copper oxide (YBCO) and a related family of superconducting materials. (PhysOrg July 9, 2010)

Directory:Health / Directory:Environment / Directory:Conservation > 'Meat' the enemy: New food for thought from noted biochemist - The environmental cost of meat is just too high. Eating one 4-ounce hamburger is equivalent to leaving your bathroom faucet running 24 hours a day for a week. People need to begin taking responsibility for their food choices. (PhysOrg July 12, 2010)

Saturday, July 17, 2010
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Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Renault-Nissan Teams Up with Bajaj Auto On Ultra-Efficient $3,000 Car - Ultra energy-efficient cars don’t always have to come with a high price tag. One upcoming vehicle from Renault-Nissan and India’s Bajaj Auto will, in fact, cost just $3,000 and reach an impressive 70 mpg. (Inhabitat July 13, 2010)
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Directory:Global Warming > June Shatters Average Global Temperature Records (Again) - This past June was the hottest ever on record according to a just released NOAA State of the Climate Report. The monthly report added that this would make June the 304th consecutive month with a global temperature above the 20th century average. (Inhabitat July 15, 2010) Note: the other planets in the solar system are also heating up.
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > BP oil cap appears to be working 48-hour testing period may be extended - Though "encouraged" by the readings thus far, a BP executive says that officials may extend beyond 48 hours the ongoing test to determine whether it is safe to keep a tight seal on the well. Low pressure readings could indicate the existence of leaks, and a full seal of the well at the top could force more oil out of the pipes, eventually up to the seabed, creating new leaks, and a much more complicated problem. (LA Times July 17, 2010)
Friday, July 16, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Electrical Grid / Directory:Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) / Directory:U.S. Government and Energy > Directory: Remedies for Grid Vulnerabilities to Solar Flares - If a blast like the Carrington Event of 1859 occurred again, we could see 100 million people out of electricity for a couple years. However, installing 'surge protection' for the power grid would not be that expensive or difficult – especially when contrasted with the expense of unprotected components failing. A call to action. (PESWiki July 16, 2010)
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Directory:Hydrogen / Directory:Flight > Long-endurance, hydrogen-powered Phantom Eye UAV unveiled - Unveiled earlier this week in St. Louis, Boeing's Phantom Eye will set a new benchmark in long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology when it takes to the skies in 2011. With a wing-span of 150-feet, the hydrogen-powered aircraft will cruise at 150 knots, carry up to 450-pounds and stay aloft at 65,000 feet for up to four days. (GizMag July 13, 2010)
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Directory:U.S. Government and Energy / Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] > Oil Spill Timeline: Obama's Golfing During Gulf Crisis (video) - Video chronicles the inaction and ineptitude of the U.S. administration to respond to the crisis in the Gulf declining offers from foreign governments to help playing golf, vacationing, partying, while the crisis compounds irate sentiments from the left media. (Vimeo / RightChange June 29, 2010)
Thursday, July 15, 2010
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Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:TurXotor and TurXator by the Alperen Group > The Alperen™ Group signs first agreement for TurXator™ free energy generation - Founder and Chairman, Attila Alperen signed an agreement last week in Turkey for a license order of 35 MW, first part, up to 600 MW of power generated through his TurXator technology. Alperen plans to open licensing for a 2-5 kW generator for home power. (PESN July 15, 2010) (Comment)
Directory:Nuclear / Directory:Zero Point Energy > Directory:Wingate Lambertson > Remembering energy inventor Dr. Lambertson - The late Wingate Lambertson, Ph.D., a nuclear scientist of Florida, was able to light a row of lamps in his garage using what he says is electricity taken from the energy of space, via his "cermet" material arranged in an "E-dam" through a process he called World Into Neutrinos (WIN). A dream he was given said the technology would emerge to the world in 2018. (Changing Power July 13, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Why BP is readying a ’super weapon’ to avert escalating Gulf nightmare - At a super-secret security base-CFB Suffield-located in southern Alberta, Canada, area reports indicate that high level engineers, physicists and military scientists are feverishly working to complete an ‘explosively pumped flux compression generator’ (EPFCG), which is a small nuclear device with the capability of creating a controlled fusion generated pulse. (PrisonPlanet July 14, 2010)

Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Trends > Upcoming False Flag? Put Options Placed On Energy Companies - Just as the three days befor 9/11 there was unusual amounts of trading going on with American Airlines (via Goldman Sachs), we are presently seeing similar action, this time with power companies. This as Obama suporters say an act of terrorism is the only thing that will save him. (PrisonPlanet July 15, 2010)

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > Directory:Disturbed Self-Compensating Symmetry > Terawatt Research LLC defies free energy stereotypes - This overunity magnet motor company is opposite the typical free energy image. They are low on fluff, have never been in the mainstream press and they are and high on evidence, including test results from TÜV and UL. One of their strategic advisors (not suppressors) served as former director of the CIA and of the FBI. (PESN July 14, 2010) (Comment)
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Directory:Home Generation:Air Conditioning > Directory:Evaporative Cooling > NREL Improves On Swamp Cooler Tech to Create 90 Percent More Efficient Air Conditioner - DEVap, which stands for desiccant-enhanced evaporative air conditioner, being developed by the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, uses membrane technology to combine evaporative cooling with the drying potential of liquid desiccant salt solutions, economically using 50 to 90 percent less energy than the best available units. Estimated marketplace arrival: 5+ years. (Popular Science June 18, 2010)

Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > Britain prepares for the collapse of BP - Amid mounting fears that the oil giant could be broken up or taken over in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, the British government is drawing up contingency plans for a possible collapse of BP. Besides employing thousands of Britains, BP also owns much of Britain's most critical energy infrastructure, and it controls vital strategic assets overseas. ( The Australian July 7, 2010)

Tuesday, July 13, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Electrolysis > Directory:Hydrogen / Directory:Electromagnetic > Hydroxy Gen and OU Replications - Michael Couch writes about the many self charging battery system videos of various origins Bedini, Tesla Switch, SEC, and others showing up all over Youtube. 100% 'Looped' Hydroxy Genset, Kapanadze OU and Self Charging Battery Systems Demoed! (PESN July 13, 2010)
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Directory:Solar > Directory:Concentrated Solar Power > Directory:Solar PhotoVoltaics > Truly Amazing Advanced Solar Cell from Israel - Prof David Faiman of Zenith Solar says: "When we collect the light, instead of using a huge area of solar cells, we use an equal area of cheap glass mirrors and they are curved in such a way as to concentrate the light onto a very small solar cell, the size of just one cell, and in this way you concentrate the light a thousand times and you can get a thousand times more power out of a small cell." (iPlanet Energy News Apr. 26, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Gulf Oil Stream – Tar Balls in New Jersey - Alexander Higgins shows video and photographic evidence of tar balls floating on the ocean in New Jersey, probably from the BP disaster being conveyed via the Gulf Stream. He said he began seeing oil on the water there as early as May 22. One tar ball was the size of a bowling ball. (Morning Liberty July 10, 2010)
Monday, July 12, 2010
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Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar Hydrogen / Directory:Solar:Photosynthesis Imitation > Breakthrough in using sunlight to split water - A team of MIT researchers has managed to mimic the photosynthetic process in plants by engineering M13, a simple and harmless virus, to help splitting water into its two atomic components - hydrogen and oxygen - using sunlight. The virus acts as the chlorophyl by capturing light, then transfers the energy down its length, acting like a wire. (GizMag Apr. 16, 2010)
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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biofuel > Directory:Algae > A New Bloom for Algae - A U.S. DOE roadmap marks a return to research on a source of fuel that was once thought too costly. "With a dedicated research and development program, we can bring the economics to a suitable place within a 10-year time frame". (MIT Technology Review July 2, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Toxicologists: Corexit Ruptures Red Blood Cells, Causes Internal Bleeding, Allows Crude Oil to Penetrate into the Cells and Every Organ System - Two toxicologists are saying that Corexit is much more harmful to human health and marine life than we’ve been told. (Prison Planet June 18, 2010) Be sure to view second video.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Anti-Gravity > Directory:John Hutchison > John Hutchison is selling his anti-gravity lab on eBay - Starting at a minimum bid of $50,000 USD, "this lab includes ALL OF THE COMPONENTS that I have used to produce anti-gravity, including many pieces of equipment that I built with my own hands. If you want me to come and set up the lab and show you how to operate the anti-gravity, there is an additional fee of $10,000". (PESN July 11, 2010)
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Directory:Health / Directory:Bio-Energetics > Directory:Bio-Energetics > Left-sided Cancer: Blame your bed and TV? - In the U.S. bed frames and box springs are made of metal, and the length of a bed is exactly half the wavelength of FM and TV transmissions that have been broadcasting since the late 1940s. In Japan most beds are not made of metal, and the TV broadcast system does not use the 87- to 108-megahertz frequency used in Western countries. (Scientific American July 2, 2010) (Thanks Template: 2215)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Computer model predicts the spread of the BP oil spill after one year - Researchers from the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa have produced an animated computer simulation that shows the potential spread of the oil over a period of 360 days from when the spill started assuming the spill is capped by Sept. 17, and not considering oil-digesting microbes. (GizMag July 8, 2010)
Saturday, July 10, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Nikola Tesla / Donate to PES Network > Passing the hat on Tesla's B-day - On the 154th anniversary of the birth of the father of free energy, we honor the memory of the man who is finally beginning to get the attention he deserves in the mainstream and we pass the hat to keep the news, directory, and networking service we provide going. (PESN July 10, 2010)
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Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Prizes > Around the world in 80 days race for zero emission electric cars - Louis Palmer is hoping a race to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days in zero emission, electric powered cars will harness public interest and inspire new ways of thinking about mobility, cars and renewable energy solutions. Starting Aug. 15, 2010 in Geneva, contestants will travel 30,000 km through 20 countries. (GizMag June 16, 2010)
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Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Awards > Directory:X Prize:Automotive > Just 12 teams remaining in Automotive X PRIZE - Ultimately, vehicles in each of the three classes will have to exceed 100 MPGe (miles-per-gallon equivalent), meet emissions and performance requirements, and complete on-road challenges in the fastest time possible, if they want to win their share of the US$10 million prize. (GizMag July 1, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > 27,000 Abandoned Gulf Oil Wells May Be Leaking - More than 27,000 abandoned oil and gas wells lurk in the hard rock beneath the Gulf of Mexico, an environmental minefield that has been ignored for decades. No one - not industry, not government - is checking to see if they are leaking, an Associated Press investigation shows. (CBS News July 7, 2010)
Friday, July 9, 2010
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Latest / There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > OS: F. M. Chalkalis Gravity Wheel - Greek inventor, F. M. Chalkalis, after 28 years of development, says he is now giving away his design for a gravity motor that he says generates ten times more power than is required to maintain it or is that a math error? Several people look interested in replicating the design, which looks relatively simple, but won't be cheap. (PESWiki July 9, 2010)
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Directory:Storage > Directory:Batteries > - Forget today’s primitive energy storage devices — one day we may use “ultra batteries” made out of xenon and fluoride. Currently under development at Washington State University, these ultra-batteries can store more condensed energy than any other type of battery in existence. (Inhabitat July 6, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > WAR on The World: Rothschild League’s 30 Facts Evidencing Gulf Oil Disaster Was Planned? - This article explains what is really happening in the Gulf of Mexico, who is really responsible for the explosion, and how the devastation serves investment bankers. These globalists sway stocks, create markets, and planned this crisis, among a series of catastrophes, to advance geopolitical and financial agendas. (Web of Evidence July 8, 2010)
Thursday, July 8, 2010
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Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Electromagnetic / Directory:Inertial Propulsion > Directory:Phemax Technology: Microsun Plasmagnetic Alternator > Phemax announces inertial propulsion generation wheel - Phemax Technologies, Inc. announced Wednesday that they have a new sustainable transportation system based on their inertial propulsion generation wheel, which involves what they call '3D Coraxial Hybrid Induction' (CHI), in which 'Coraxial' refers to combined radial-axial pick-up. (PESN July 8, 2010) (Comment)
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Directory:Conventional Renewable Energy > Ten PowerPoint Slides That Shook the Earth - If you attend enough cleantech events or are pitched by enough startups, you start to see the same few PowerPoint slides over and over again. Here is a collection of the best or at least the most notorious and historically significant slides in our industry. (GreenTechMedia July 8, 2010)

Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Gulf Coast now a BP police state as law enforcement conspires with BP to intimidate journalists - Local law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security are now working for British Petroleum! Now we have a fascist corporatocracy police state in America that answers to the financial interests of the corporations -- at the expense of the freedoms of the People. "One parish has 57 extra shifts per week that they are devoting entirely to BP security detail, and BP is paying the sheriff's office." (Natural News July 7, 2010)

Wednesday, July 7, 2010
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Directory:Refrigeration / Directory:Magnetism > The future of refrigeration could be magnetic - Scientists at U.C. Berkeley are seeking to utilize the magnetocaloric effect in which a changing magnetic field within a material causes it to get colder, in order to create a magnet-based refrigerator. Not only would it use less power and run quieter than your current fridge, but it also wouldn’t contain any hydrofluorocarbons, gases which can add tremendously to the greenhouse effect if not properly disposed of. (GizMag July 5, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > Tar balls reach Texas -- every Gulf state now touched - More than two months after oil from BP's blown-out sea floor well first reached Louisiana, tar balls are now washing onto a Texas beach, meaning the crude has arrived in every Gulf state. Oil is still on the move, but the fleet of skimmers tapped to clean the worst-hit areas of the Gulf of Mexico is not. (Miami Herald 05 Jul 2010)
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
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Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Fuel Efficiency Retrofits > Directory:Gadgetman Groove > Central Arkansas group retrofits cars to increase mileage - Central Arkansas Alternative Fuels is a company that's improving the way cars burn fuel so motorists can get more engine power, better fuel economy, reduce emissions and help the environment. FM 89's Malcolm Glover has a groove put into the throttle body of his car, and says he's seen improved mileage. (KUAR July 4) (KUAR's July 7 follow-up story)
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Current events: Crisis and Opportunity 2010: Announcing an Innovators’ Symposium on Truly Sustainable Solutions for Ecuador and the World - New Energy Movement founder, Dr. Brian O'Leary, is hosting a conference at his place in Montesueños-Vilcabamba, August 14-18, 2010. "We must end the exploitation of nonrenewable resources and we must create economic sovereignty through sustainable innovation." (Montesenos July 5, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > To Save The Gulf, Send The Enterprise - James Knochel proposed to facilitate the naturally-occurring oil-eating bacteria by supplementing the oxygen levels in the Gulf, which have become oxygen deprived. The Navy's Enterprise aircraft carrier can produce 310 MW power which could be used to power the pumps (Directory:Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine) that will be needed. (TeslaBox June 28, 2010)
Monday, July 5, 2010
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Directory:Storage > 'Never-before-seen material' can store vast amounts of energy - Using super-high pressures similar to those found deep in the Earth or on a giant planet, researchers from Washington State University have created a compact, never-before-seen material capable of storing vast amounts of energy. Described by one of the researchers as “the most condensed form of energy storage outside of nuclear energy,” the material holds potential for creating a new class of energetic materials... (GizMag July 4, 2010)
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Directory:Storage > Directory:Batteries > Directory:Capacitors > Khosla-backed Recapping – An EEStor Competitor? - Recapping is described as “a novel energy storage device – a high energy density capacitor – based on a 3D nanocomposite structure,” that can deliver “high cycling ability, high power density, and low cost.” They will be shooting to have energy densities in the range of 400Wh/kg and a target cost of around $250/kWh, which would be a similar range to Directory:EEStor. (Earth2Tech June 6, 2010) (Thanks Mark Dansie)

Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Web Bot: 1.2 billion dead in BP oil spill, Nov. 2010 nuclear war. Accurate? - The web bot, which takes the collective intuitive pulse of society, predicts that 1.2 billion will die from the BP oil spill and related calamities. "By August, the point of discussion relative to the Gulf will have shifted over to the poisoning of the air rather than the oil in the water." (Seattle Exopolitics Examiner June 30, 2010)

Sunday, July 4, 2010
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Felony charges, big fines for reporting within Gulf oil spill zone - COOPER: We're not talking about BP. We're talking about the government, a new a rule announced today backed by the force of law and the threat of fines and felony charges, a rule that will prevent reporters and photographers and anyone else from getting anywhere close to booms and oil-soaked wildlife and just about any place we need to be. (CLG / CNN July 1, 2010) [Imagine if Bush had done this?]
Saturday, July 3, 2010
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Latest: News > Raw Hopper > Raw Free Energy News Hopper: McGlenn - Items I placed in my news hopper, intending to format them for inclusion in the news, but limitations of having only so many hours in a day prevented it. Rather than have them go unannounced altogether, I present them here in a raw format. (FreeEnergyNews July 3, 2010)
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Kapanadze Free Energy Generator > Directory:Kapanadze Free Energy Generator > Kapagen power output measurements by JL Naudin - Using a luxmeter and calibrating the lumens generated versus the watts required, French replicator, JL Naudin estimates the net output of 14 halogen bulbs to be around 1017 Watts for his 3.3 version replication of the Kapadnaze generator, while the input was measured at 1089 Watts, for a total efficiency of 98%. (JNaudin July 1, 2010) (Thanks Mark Spowage)

Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Government Insiders: Get Ready for the Gulf - Bad news concerning the Gulf oil disaster continues to come from WMR's federal government sources in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers. Emergency planners are dealing with a prospective "dead zone" within a 200 mile radius from the Deepwater Horizon disaster datum in the Gulf. (OilPrice June 23, 2010)

Friday, July 2, 2010
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Directory:Suppression / Directory:Videos > Videos: Energy from the Vacuum series > Cold Heat from Canada (Trailer) - In 1968, Designex Inc. in Toronto, Canada, was powering the refrigerator, lights, radio and other appliances in their offices with a device of their own design that was self powered by cold negative Directory:Radiant Energy. Toronto Hydro, the local power company, sent a crew out, who removed all Toronto Hydro power meters, fuse boxes, and wiring in an attempt to shut the power off, but to no avail. (Energy from the Vacuum Disc. 19 July, 2010)
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Directory:Conservation > Astounding Phase-Change Windows - A new glazing system available in Europe for several years and is now being brought to the N. American market. The GlassX window is an insulated glass assembly that incorporates a phase-change material (PCM) between two of the glass panes in the window. At lower temperatures, the PCM is a translucent solid. But, as it heats, the PCM melts and becomes transparent. (EcoGeek June 22, 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > Directory:BP's Gulf Oil Volcano > Warning To Gulf Volunteers: Almost Every Cleanup Worker From The 1989 Exxon Valdez Disaster Is Now Dead - Considering the fact that the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is now many times worse than the Exxon Valdez disaster, where the life expectancy of clean-up workers is only ~51 years, are you sure you want to volunteer to be on a cleanup crew down there with the "toxic soup" of oil, methane, benzene, hydrogen sulfide, other toxic gases and very poisonous chemical dispersants such as Corexit 9500? (Business Insider June 30, 2010)
Thursday, July 1, 2010
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Directory:Solar / Directory:Trends > Solar's Great Leap Forward - Suntech CEO Zhengrong Shi made China a powerhouse in photovoltaic technology--and became a billionaire in the process. His next ambition: to make solar power as cheap as conventional electricity. (MIT Technology Review July/Aug 2010)
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Directory:Oil > Directory:Ecological Impact of Oil > UK firm Octel bribed Iraqis to keep buying toxic fuel additive - The company admitted that in a deliberate policy to maximize profits, they bribed officials in Iraq and Indonesia with millions of dollars to carry on using tetra ethyl lead (TEL), despite its health hazards, is banned from cars in western countries because of links with brain damage to children. (Guardian UK June 30, 2010)


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