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OS:Joe Cell:Videos

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Joe Cell on GoogleVideo

NEW! Posted 28th November 2006!

Joes Cell Question One 1h2min

:Joe openly reponds to questions about the frequency of Joe cells (Peter Stevens)

Joes Cell Question Two 58min

:Joe Continues to discuss the frequency comments on Joe Cells (Peter Stevens)

All Joe Cell videos on googlevideo - you can go to these individually, and even embed them onto your myspace page, email them to other people, or just make a page with all of them showing.

Joe Cell Replication Project Videos

post/link here

Explanation of Videos - Bill Lang gives a brief explanation of the videos available relevant to this project. (Apr 19, 2006)

Peter Stevens

Peter Stevens explains the process of charging a Joe Cell - 20 min video. (Posted May 22, 2006), Download

Joe and Peter video (1.5 hours) - The video begins with Peter showing the test engine to which he will be adding a cell soon. Joe and Phil play with a Suzuki without positive on the coil. A discussion on the cell from Joe's perspective. (Video by PowerPedia:Peter Stevens (Ingventor) June, 2006)

Bill Williams

Video of Bill Williams' Ford Engine Running on Joe Cell - 1 minute video taken March 20, 2006 shows Joe cell inside engine compartment near front of vehicle, connected via vacuum tube to the under-side of the carburetor. (also here) (also at Google video)

Related Project Videos

Joe Cell small movie clips in one zip-file - The Internet Archive

joecellfreeenergydevice_TOW_MagnetElectrolysis.avi | wmv

Joe Cell Assembly Instructions Video - Using the kit that Nutech2000 sells, Ringo has filmed every stage from cell assembly, installation, orgone accumulato jacket, figure eight, sea salt skum, alkaline water, press fit cone, blind plug, and much more. Part 1-20 can also be downloaded from The Internet Archive.

Image:Ringo instructions Nutech2000 assembly 95x95.jpg

Capacitor Effect - shows sparking going to cell.


Joe Cell - 3 Stages Introduction by Alex Schiffer - Alex Schiffer has produced a video, he called it 3 Stages, it consists of charging a cell from simple electrolysis to the seeding of a cell and through to a real live breeding cell. The video runs for 23 minutes and is a (Must Have) for the Joe cell experimenters, this video can be downloaded from these links. Watch online.

Joe Cell - Two Enthusiasts 1993-1996 poor-quality recording

also here

also here (IE only, not firefox)

Image:Sol Millin Joe cell 95x95.jpg

Byron New Energy - shows car engine running on Joe Cell. Features Sol Millin's Joe Cell.

Low quality video

High quality video - Jo cell 2 enthusiasts 372 Mb

Engine running on Joe cell vapors

Joe Cell 2 - see-through Joe cell running engine.

Pending Videos

Journalist wishing to cover Joe Cell - Mark Dansie willing to come document (Apr 20, 2006)

General Video Tools

Posting Long Videos

Matthew Carson is able to handle long videos at (

He has streaming media capability, and can host things that are several hours in length. They have virtually unlimited bandwidth and memory capacity.

He'll probably put the OSEN logo intro at the beginning, as part of station identification. It's a very sharp looking production.

They also have some editing skills they could bring to bear.

Contact Matthew:


phone: 888.818.3846 ext: 709

fax: 250.477.5141

Andrew Gardiner from is also capable of providing lengthy videos with plenty of storage and transfers each month. Website is still in beta stages, and feedback is always welcome. The site is mostly aimed at pointing the newbies in the right direction and giving them a guide to free energy.

Finding Videos when a Site is Down

Langfamily writes: To find videos when a site is down. Search for (name of file) "BNE_cosmicwatercell_hq.wmv" on any peer 2 peer programs like emule, shareaza, limewire, gnutella etc and i have it on line all the time. Of you dont have a P2P program, here's the one I use. It connects to all networks at the same time.