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User talk:Esaruoho

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Recent Contribs

Thanks for your word on the Schauberger pages and your thoughts on the Klimator.

-- Sterling (SilverThunder 17:53, 8 Mar 2006 (EST))

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[8] is broken. Reddi 16:37, 10 Jul 2006 (EDT)

-- esa: no it is not. rename to Machine.CATProduct.

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[9] is broken. Reddi 16:38, 10 Jul 2006 (EDT)

-- esa: no it is not,. rename to (remove .jpeg extension)

Directory v PowerPedia

Generally, PowerPedia is encyclopedic in format, written in paragraph style, whereas the Directory is more like an index page, with a bullet format.

Both pages are conducive to comments. It would be kind of good to actually link the comment pages together.

e.g. Comment:Schauberger

Yes, all related pages should be linked together from the "see also" section at the end.

And the directory/powerpedia same topic pages should be linked more prominently at the very beginning of the page.

e.g. "A directory page also exists for this entry."

It's a toss-up as to which gets preference. We should probably create a root name page that forwards to the best version of that page, whether it is the directory or whether it is the powerpedia version.

e.g. There was an error working with the wiki: Code[10] would forward to There was an error working with the wiki: Code[11] if that is the best version at present.


-- Sterling SilverThunder 19:18, 1 Aug 2006 (EDT)

Video page

Peter Lindemann removed a couple of sections from the Video page, because those videos are copyrighted and permission was not granted to publish them to Google... You might consider cutting and pasting the contents of those deleted sections (from history) over to other pages on the site, since you put a fair amount of effort into their composition. SilverThunder 10:34, 8 Aug 2006 (EDT)

Meeting Room

I've added a new page for coordinating PESWiki administration. Please bookmark: PESWiki:Meeting Room. Thanks SilverThunder 13:53, 11 Aug 2006 (EDT)

See also

I moved the rex research link on the Ram Implosion Wing page into the "Other Resources" section. The "See also" section of a page should be limited to related topics within the PES Network family of sites. Thanks -- SilverThunder 16:08, 18 Sep 2006 (EDT)


There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]

For ... vortex

: code: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2]

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[3]

For ... free energy

: code: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[4]

you can put any site in ... for example ...

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[5]

For ... free energy

: code: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[6]

Reddi 16:32, 19 Sep 2006 (EDT)


This may be incorporated somewhat ....

Also ... I think that I misunderstood your Q before ... I'll try to make a template that will search a lot of sites .... not just the Template:WP2PW (that is good for importing items from WP to PW) ...

Also ... If you could give me a variety of site ... I know the 1911 encyclopedia would be a good one ...

Useful resources for compiling a list include:

Weisstein scientific bios

A directory of science bios

DSB biographical resources]

Print references

Other sites .... g eb 1911 co en gct sw

Think of some more ... and I'll make a template for it ... Reddi 16:57, 19 Sep 2006 (EDT)

I'll see if I can do these ...

Is ... ?

Reddi 10:18, 20 Sep 2006 (EDT) User talk:Reddi


The following was deleted out of the OS:Rotoverter page, as per this comparison. I'm not intimate to that project, but it seems the info should be there.


Next picture is first prototype used to test a 3PH generator–rotoconverter combo,

Power input: 240 W to Prime mover (Being touched by unseen witness at left) .

Generator required 380W for excitation at 120VAC (being touched by my person).


Motor: US motor 7.5HP 3PH 3465 RPM Dual winding 9 Lead WYE 230/460VAC 60 CPS .

Prime mover input : 120VAC 2A (240W)

Alternator 500W Lab-volt (experimental model)

50-450 CPS (Speed regulated) 3PH 120VAC

380W excitation (self excited from generator), DC 120VDC 3.1666667A (380W) (low ripple rectified)

+ 100W load


= 480W Total Load

- 240W Prime Mover Input


= 240W Extra energy Gain

= 200 % efficiency ?

Instrumentation: Keithley digital DVM (2) (Not visible in picture).

Note: Friction & thermal loss not calculated.

Rotoverter Replications

Hi Esa.

Nice work on posting the replication pages.

One thing that would help a lot would be if you or someone could compose a brief 10-30 word synopsis of the page to post at the very top of the page. That synopsis would address the question: what has been accomplished so far? Energy in / energy out. Highlights.


-- SilverThunder 19:36, 8 Apr 2007 (EDT)

1st edit of 2007

Congrats ... 1st edit of 2007 (OS:Rotoverter 00:08 . . Esaruoho (?Rotoverter with OS:Transverter - french mention)). =-] Reddi 09:43, 1 Jan 2007 (EST)

Radiant Energy Antenna System

Regarding OS:Radiant Energy Antenna System. The page starts out talking in the first person, but we are not told who is talking. Any open source project needs to identify who the primary inventor is, and that he/she has given permission to openly share the information, and that to the best of your knowledge there are no "prior art" competing technologies. A contact for the inventor should be given as well, or to a liazon. A project coordinator should be listed as well.

Thanks -- SilverThunder 03:33, 11 Jan 2007 (EST)

See User talk:SilverThunder. -- SilverThunder 10:42, 11 Jan 2007 (EST)

I have been kicking the same idea around for abit now .. it's nothing new .. and goes as far back as the 1850s - 1860s (got the patent if u want it) ...

I term this earth There was an error working with the wiki: Code[7] stuff as RED ELF for, alternatively:

: Radiant Energy Devices Extremely Low Frequency

: 'Radiant Energy Devices Electrostatic Longitudinal Fields

It is related to Nikola Tesla. I read about what Perrault is doing .. but he is following Plauson's lead with radioactivity IIRC ... Never seen mention of "Lawrence Rayburn" have any info / links on him? I'll have to look him up ...