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Archive 0.0

Main Page Redesign

reply posted at User talk:SilverThunder SilverThunder 13:45, 12 Jul 2006 (EDT)

Yo I posted some templates on SilverThunder's talk site. Feel free to use and edit them. I like your title/main template better than the one I uploaded. I hope the templates help. Grundle 11:33, 13 Jul 2006 (EDT)

I've posted some comments at Talk:Main Page. SilverThunder 13:41, 13 Jul 2006 (EDT)

More comments. Also, let's switch the left and right column, so PESWiki latest is in left column, featured. SilverThunder 21:21, 14 Jul 2006 (EDT)

I went to the new main page on a different computer than my usual one and it looks great. The background colors are subdued, the way I like them. My previous comments about not liking yellow (gold) were based on the color being too bright on my home monitor. I guess I need a new one. I've tried adjusting the one I have but it didn't help. The side by side columns looked great on the other (bigger) monitor too. --John Q. Public 19:07, 27 Jul 2006 (EDT)

New Pages

Let me know when the Anti-Gravity and the Testaticka pages are "ready" so I can announce them in the news, feature them, and link to them from the left-hand margin. Nice work. SilverThunder 15:48, 12 Jul 2006 (EDT)

From Grundle

I noticed you are from Kansas? Same here, what part?

: Wow same here. Are you working on any alternative fuel projects? I have been working on Hydrogen Fuel Cells. --

: I don't have a team as of yet, but I just found another guy from KC that is working on several technologies with the aim to be off the power grid by 2008. The current focus of his efforts are wind, solar, alternative fuel, and water cell. I have not heard back from him yet but I have proposed a meeting to chat and share ideas. His goals are similar to my own, as I have also researched wind, and solar solutions. I also want to see how feasible a home butanol production system would be. I would loveto see/read/know more about your project. I am definitely interested in team-work, pooling my resources, and sharing ideas. I let you know if the other guy gets back to me. Grundle 16:43, 19 Jul 2006 (EDT)

There are many water fuel cell patents referenced at Most notably the Stanley Meyer and xogen patents. Though I believe there are others mentioned/cited in the forum. Also that patent link you showed me didn't appear to work. I generally use to download the patent PDF. Grundle 16:53, 19 Jul 2006 (EDT)

: Referring to US Patent 1540998 - Are you working on this particular project? Have you completed any of it? This looks very interesting, especially when it comes to testing voltages with respect to your wire length and number of balloons etc. I'll take this home and read it more carefully tonight. Thanks for the link. Grundle 17:02, 19 Jul 2006 (EDT)

: Those results are awesome! When you proposed that patent to me at first I thought "no way". I remembered, though that Tesla had a similar configuration where he set a tower with a metal plate on the end and he was able to show that it was drawing energy. He did this without any complicated circuit configurations... I wonder if a relation between length of the wire and voltage/amperage can be found. I wonder if setting metal plates at various intervals along the wire would increase voltage/amperage...I wonder, I wonder. Hook line and sinker you got me. Oh yes, one more thing. Maybe you should attach your kite to a metal pole that is anchored into the ground. I suspect that the person flying the kite was acting as the ground for the experiment (yikes!!). This also makes you wonder if Ben Franklin's kite was actually struck by lightning or if he felt these effects and maybe "sparked" with his key? Dunno just a thought ) Grundle 09:42, 20 Jul 2006 (EDT)

No I still haven't had a chance to look at the patent in depth, I have only perused it so far. Hopefully in the next few days I can dedicate some time to it. On another note, the fellow I mentioned earlier got back to me and wants to have a sit-down. I'll let you know how it turns out :D Grundle 13:46, 24 Jul 2006 (EDT)

Meeting - Reddi I wrote him after I told you but I have not heard back from him, aside from a phone number. I thought he would call me by now, but I had decided to wait until this week before actually calling him. He is still active in the forum he posts on, so I am assuming that he is busy. I will let you know how the phone call goes tomorrow. Grundle 16:13, 3 Aug 2006 (EDT)

I was able to call this guy (Richard) and had a good conversation with him. He knows 2 other guys and he was thinking about trying to get everyone together for breakfast. When I mentioned you he asked me for your email as well. Can you let me know your email, and I'll email both of you, if you want that is. Grundle 10:53, 9 Aug 2006 (EDT)

About General Site Design

Hi Reddi. In the Directory:Darrell Vandusen's Gravity Motor page when quoting, I see you add italics, with indentation the initial by who/when text being in regular font. That looks good. However, the convention I have adopted has been different. The initial by who/when is in italics, and the text that follows is in regular font, sometimes indented. My reson for that convention is that often the cited text comes from plain text email with linebreaks. If I just cite it in plain text, I don't have to worry about deleting the linebreaks (). Your way looks better, but is a lot of work. You are welcome to make the conversion.

The reason I prefer to keep the table of contents on the left is because I often have an image for the directory page that I float right-top, if it is a feature page for a specific inventor or company. If it is a potential project page, then it might get a right-justified table of contents, to take that place. I don't have a problem with you using the right-toc command as you see fit, especially on the PowerPedia pages.

As for internal links to words such as "Non-Disclosure Agreement", I would prefer to abstain from doing that unless it is linking to the specific NDA in question. I prefer to assume a well-educated audience at PESWiki. If someone deosn't know what an NDA is, they can Google it if they want. I prefer to keep the text relatively free from links unless they are crucial.

That said, PowerPedia text can be more link heavy than other places (e.g. Directory pages, which are my forte) at PESWiki, using a format closer to WikiPedia.


-- Sterling SilverThunder 17:54, 19 Jul 2006 (EDT)

I take that back about the italics on the quoted text. let's leave that in normal font, rather than italics, and let's italicize the portion anouncing by whom/when. Also, I've posted a response to your question about the toolbox location. SilverThunder 19:23, 19 Jul 2006 (EDT)

Ok ... I'll remember that. I'm use to it the other way ... but will frmt it that way (normal font, rather than italics italicize the portion anouncing) Reddi 19:27, 19 Jul 2006 (EDT)


I've posted a response to the template/intro Q. on my talk page. SilverThunder 10:58, 9 Aug 2006 (EDT)

Hyperlink for Images

How do I create a hyperlink for an image? I'd like the home page COFE banner to link to the COFE site. Let's add that info on the Help:Format page under images. Thanks SilverThunder 16:01, 3 Aug 2006 (EDT)

I don't think that you want to link to it, like google image ... and ... preferably, you should upload it. But on the fly', just put in the addy for a simple image ... aka., http:// [ ] ... to float it, you'll have to put it into a table (with a style parameters) ...

Credited the site and put a link to it ... otherwise, some image hosts may see this as There was an error working with the wiki: Code[7] ... and we don't want to do that ... but using thier image and giving a link back seems fair to me (part of There was an error working with the wiki: Code[8]), and unless someone complains that probably what I so on the rare occasion. Reddi

: Not sure why you bring up leeching. The image pulls from PESWiki, was given to us by COFE. I want to link back to COFE upon clicking the image, to complete the banner ad function. Opposite of leech. Advertising an associated site run by a fellow member of the New Energy Congress. SilverThunder 17:06, 3 Aug 2006 (EDT)

I thought that you were wanting to do a direct link to the image from the site so that the site serves up the image. Normally, if the image pulls from PESWiki, I'd < div > it and put a link to it that way (IIRC). But div is disabled. I'm not real sure ... let me look around.

Where is the COFE image? image:COFE?

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[9]

I'll try to get back to you on this next couple of days ... Reddi 17:35, 4 Aug 2006 (EDT)

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: The div is disabled as a prevention against wikispambots. It has significantly helped.


Thanks for posting the Wikiedia article. I moved it to: PowerPedia:Wikipedia. -- SilverThunder 11:23, 11 Aug 2006 (EDT)

: I've added back the old content on the Help:Contents page, inasmuch as it had many links that were not presently available. The help page needs some work. Lots of un-created page links. Lots of overlap. SilverThunder 23:57, 5 Aug 2006 (EDT)

Meeting Room

I've added a new page for coordinating PESWiki administration. Please bookmark: PESWiki:Meeting Room. Thanks SilverThunder 13:54, 11 Aug 2006 (EDT)

TechWeek templates

Hi. Just curious what those Template:PPTechWeek25 s were all about. Looked interesting. Where did they end up indexed?

Also, I like your "Directory:PageName" fuction. Let's make sure, though, as we add that into a page, that the "PageName" is populated.

Generally speaking, it is a petpeeve of mine to see a red link (unpopulated content) at the beginning of a page where the incoming user is most click-happy. I don't want to be sending them to unpopulated pages.

Keep up the great work. You're really churning out a lot of great stuff here that will help with functionality and usability. SilverThunder 19:52, 14 Aug 2006 (EDT)

: The Talk:PowerPedia/Technologies has the index set for right now ... It's a autorollover for Variable CURRENTWEEK (which currently is There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]). The listing will change each week and each set will be displayed 4 time a year (until the tech list get more filled out, atleast). This is how it's listed:

: Template:PPTechWeek1 AZ

: Template:PPTechWeek2 BY

: Template:PPTechWeek3 CX

: Template:PPTechWeek4 DW

: Template:PPTechWeek5 EV

: Template:PPTechWeek6 FU

: Template:PPTechWeek7 GT

: Template:PPTechWeek8 HS

: Template:PPTechWeek9 IR

: Template:PPTechWeek10 JQ

: Template:PPTechWeek11 KP

: Template:PPTechWeek12 LO

: Template:PPTechWeek13 MN

:26 letters 26/2=13 pages 413=52 entries 52 weeks in a year.

:I'll try not to red link (unpopulated content). Some is good ... but too much is bad. Most links should be set to the article that is desired in the linked page, but for a search the "keyword index" will list out the possible destination. Reddi 09:47, 15 Aug 2006 (EDT)


Would you mind keeping an eye on that I just posted. Perhaps you could contribute some content, links, and formatting. I'm heading out for the evening. Thanks. SilverThunder 20:41, 14 Aug 2006 (EDT)

I wouldn't worry too much on it. I have resigned myself from wikipedia for the most part. Between the internet trolls, the POV pushers, and the self-righteous editor, the content will suffer.

Mabey look into:

Meatball: Biggest wikis

WikiIndex - a wiki of wiki

WikiWikiWeb: long list of public wiki forums

Reddi 10:10, 15 Aug 2006 (EDT)

Still makes me frustrated that there is such a narrow mindset over there. Sheesh. So what if an article posted within a few minutes for the first time does not completely comply with WikiPedia layout criteria? Why not give it some time to comply before sending it to the "delete" bin? This morning I was seriously considering putting Pablo D. Flores user page up for possible deletion, calling the users into some kind of accountability for their assessments. These guys render a judgement without considering adequately the information available. "non-notable"? Sheesh. If I knew how to put a page up for deletion, I would follow through on my inclination. I'm wondering if maybe you could point me to the instructions on how to do that. Then again, I'd just be stirring up a fuss, and I doubt anyone who is against the page inclusion now would change their mind as a result. I guess I'm just a trouble-maker at heart. Like to push the envelope, and push buttons sometimes. Might as well go out with a bang. Then again, I have better things to do with my time. SilverThunder 18:41, 15 Aug 2006 (EDT)

I've spent quite a bit of time this morning and last night on and the AfD page. I think I've soundly defeated the critics. Comments? SilverThunder 15:34, 20 Aug 2006 (EDT)

PowerPedia footer

As you post new PowerPedia pages, don't forget to add the quick - PowerPedia

- Main Page template at the end, in the "See also" section (which you will also need to add in). Remember, unlike Wikipedia, we don't mind external links within the body of an article. And our convention is to put the "see also" section at the very end. Thanks. SilverThunder 16:54, 16 Aug 2006 (EDT)

Spammer Blocks

I give spammers 364 days when I block them, though I imagine the 333 hours you give them is enough time. SilverThunder 15:43, 1 Sep 2006 (EDT)

Initial Caps

Please review [Thanks for the great work you are doing. I really appreciate you pulling the relevant energy pages from Wikipedia and keeping them up-to-date. Major kudos. -- [[User:SilverThunder|SilverThunder] 16:10, 1 Sep 2006 (EDT)

The problem with going with our own convention for capitilization, different from Wikipedia, is that your There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] template function will not work right, because our capitalization will be different. I wonder if there is a global setting for PESWiki in which I could specify no distinction to be made between lower-case and upper-case instances. That would resolve this problem and enable us to use our own convention, which I think is more consistent with the publishing world in general for page titles. Suggestions? -- SilverThunder 15:55, 5 Sep 2006 (EDT)


would it be difficult for you to create some sort of script, that allows one to do a search like this:

"you are on page Vortex"

you wish to do a googlesearch with these keywords: vortex vortex

is it possible to create a kind of system like this? i think it would really help in connecting information together, for instance, if the timeline was edited to function in that way (i see it already links to peswiki, wikipedia, powerpedia, and others).. just wondered. please do let me know.

yours, esa

Yes ... should be ... I will post it to your talk page (after I make a template) ... Reddi 16:19, 19 Sep 2006 (EDT)

google site: searching and would be great. they seem stable, and contain a lot of information. there is also energy21, but there doesnt seem to be a "stable" website which has the whole energy21 archive.

so from my point of view, i would find a lot more stuff about peswiki related things if i could also easily click on, say, the powerpedia entry of schauberger, or richard clem, and see a "see also" that does this:

search for "word" from

search for "word" from

that would enhance the connections between peswiki and these other useful things. i mean, there is never going to be "everything" on a single website, be it peswiki, keelynet or rexresearch, but to be able to search, via peswiki, keelynet + rexresearch for a word (like fluid dynamics, vortex, schauberger, etc) would be very useful.

could that pwp2pwp2 of yours be done so that it would also search for that word via google's "site:url word" search?

The pagename can be auto and then the site as a veriable? Mabey that would be good. Reddi 10:18, 20 Sep 2006 (EDT)

{| cellspacing="0" style="width:220px background:#f9f9f9 float:right clear:right"

| style="width:45pxheight:45pxbackground:#C0C0C0text-align:centerfont-size:14pt" |GSite

| style="font-size:8ptpadding:4ptline-height:1.25em" | <pesn type="link" url=" was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]}&q=There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2]}" str="There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]} on There was an error working with the wiki: Code[4]}"></pesn> via Google Search



template:GoogleSite takes 3 parameters. The site URL (the http:// is not needed). The term with pluses (+). And then the display term.

So if I wanted to look up "Google Web" sites. I would put in brackets|Google+Web|Google Web

That would give me the thing on the right in a box.


New Users

I've created a <pesn type="link" url=" was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]" str="Recent contributions by There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] at PESWiki"></pesn> - computer-generated list. / There was an error working with the wiki: Code[3] template to put in all users main profile pages. So when we welcome new users (thanks for doing that), let's also plug this "contributions" tag into their user page, along with any other information or links we know of about the person. We might add a sentence to the welcome message encouraging them to write a brief introduction of themselves on their user page. Also, little by little, let's go through previous user pages and add in the contribs template there as well. I have an index page of PESWiki:User Profile Pages that have been developed, but have neglected to always link to it from some of the developed user pages, and vice versa (because I forget the name of it).

Root redirects and text links to pages not yet created

I notice you're creating a few root level redirects, for which the target content is not yet created.

I would like to minimize the number of red links that point to not-yet-created pages. Let's not go out of our way to install such links. This holds true also of existing pages where you've gone in and built links for words within the text. Rather than take time to build such links, that point to pages that are not yet in existence on our site, let's first build the relevant pages.

The first priority is to build the pages.

Thanks -- SilverThunder 12:24, 21 Sep 2006 (EDT)

I've undone a couple of pages recently where you inserted square brackets to create a link. Rather than take time to create links to pages that do not yet exists, let's spend the time to create the pages.

I do not like Wikipedia's practice of linking to all kinds of words on a page. If someone wants to look up a word, they can enter it into the search box. The only words we should link are key words and references. Let's use links sparingly.

Thanks -- SilverThunder 12:43, 30 Oct 2006 (EST)

Sorry that you have to rv a couple of pages recently. I probably have been over doing the wikilinks (e.g., square bracket links). Some may be needed ... but I'll try to lessen the amount and also take a lil time to create links to pages that do exists and create a few stub for more wikilinks. I need to clean some of the wikilinking to all kinds of words on some of the pages ... keeping the page wikilinks that are more relevant to energy.

Reddi 10:13, 1 Nov 2006 (EST)

Suggestions for Wikipedia imports

As a priority for importation content, you might consider the listing of leading Wikipedia energy sites as indexed at -- SilverThunder 20:06, 7 Oct 2006 (EDT)

: I got the templates @ PowerPedia/Templates. Reddi 10:21, 24 Oct 2006 (EDT)

I'm not seeing the strong energy relevance of There was an error working with the wiki: Code[10]. Would you mind adding an intro sentence that ties it in? Thanks. -- SilverThunder 15:56, 13 Oct 2006 (EDT)

: I deleted (and will remove further) the commmunication system / telecommunication articles. Reddi 10:19, 24 Oct 2006 (EDT)

When you import topics such as Geothe and Kepler, please do us a favor and provide an introductory statement about their contribution to energy. PESWiki's function is to highlight cutting-edge energy technologies. If they didn't make a significant contribution in that regard, they really shouldn't be included in our listing.

If you're running out of cool subjects to import from WikiPedia, I would like to suggest that you begin importing the content from directory pages so that I can start creating redirect pages there, and stop having duplication of content between those two websites. If that tast is of interest to you, just let me know when you've moved the content from a specific page so its all now situated at PESWiki, and I'll create a redirect and delete out the page and create a redirect in its place at -- SilverThunder 01:26, 24 Oct 2006 (EDT)

:Ok ... I'll try to give a introductory statement in biographies about the person's contribution to energy. I understand that PESWiki is highlighting cutting-edge energy technologies, though the contribution to energy production and it's understanding is key too. If they didn't make a significant contribution in that regard, they really shouldn't be included in our listing.

:You may want to check out: PowerPedia:Timeline. A review of the people may be interesting. Most look like they are relevant to energy, energy production, and the science of energy. This page was started by User:Esaruoho. Geothe and Kepler were there alredy. Kepler’s Laws of Nature is key to understanding some systems in nature (and someone that Tesla had read up on). Kepler helped understand many-body systems, IIRC (atleast in the large scale). Goethe's Faust was key in Tesla's "revelation" in Budapest Park in 1882.

:I'll also start looking at importing content directory pages, redirect from there can be done. I'll let you know when I've moved the content from a specific page and where it's now situated at PESWiki.

: Reddi 10:19, 24 Oct 2006 (EDT)

:: Great. Sounds good. -- SilverThunder 13:12, 24 Oct 2006 (EDT)


Thanks for redoing the look of main page of the "Site" section. What I have in mind for "site" pages is content by specific individuals that is not really intended as publicly collaborated material. It's a place for people to post material unique to themselves. Others might contribute by way of adding links or spelling corrections, but the content is primarily added by the particular person.

The Site main page should be an index of those sites at PESWiki.

The links you put in don't really fit that model, but are more along the lines of PowerPedia, which is a publicly-created encyclopedia of clean energy topics.

-- SilverThunder 21:10, 23 Dec 2006 (EST)

Red Links

Again, I would like to ask that you not go out of your way to create links to pages not yet created. You did it recently at There was an error working with the wiki: Code[4] so that it is created as a PowerPedia entry.

Thanks -- SilverThunder 21:10, 23 Dec 2006 (EST)

I'll put in the PowerPedia: prefix to the links ... Reddi 11:15, 2 Jan 2007 (EST)

Infobox Books

Hi! I've seen your edition: I added the "template : Infobox Books" with the Wiki code, but it seems not to work here. :( Cheers. --Utad3 11:08, 2 Jan 2007 (EST)

:eheheh Thank You very much for all your kind aid and efforts toward both articles!!! :) --Utad3 12:01, 2 Jan 2007 (EST)

:I added Wikipedia links in both articles, where PESWiki links-articles were not still available, with the aim to call the attention of the reader to main topics related to this author however, if you think there should be no links to Wikipedia it is also fine. A few days ago I found this comment-review about the book that I enjoyed very much: Regards --[[User:Utad3|Utad3] 12:38, 2 Jan 2007 (EST)

SilverThunder 22:09, 3 Jan 2007 (EST))

:Btw, may you help me with the following request?: the special page "Book sources", in order to search the books with the ISBN number, contains but not is it possible to add the last one to this special page? I am requesting this link because of the new article on the recent book Creation: The Physical Truth, which is available at all Amazon sites (.ca, .fr, .de, .jp, .uk) but not at .com (donnot know why). Thanks. --Utad3 06:50, 3 Jan 2007 (EST)

Simply Remarkable

I love the warning sign, and various banners that you are creating. They are frankly incredible and will make a big difference in the editing of articles in the future. They add a bit of snazz to PESWiki.

Nseidm1 22:29, 3 Jan 2007 (EST)

rotoverter help

hi. i've been kinda working on the rotoverter page.

i've compiled the data from:

and umm posted the video from googlevideo. if you are able to make any heads or tails out of the page, you will notice something very specific. its a off-the-shelf-motor working with a high-impedance/3phase motor type thing, and producing way more than coming out.

im approaching you to ask - do you have any idea how to clean this up - how would you do to format this so that the information stays there, and really well, maybe even on the same page, but so that it immediately "lights the bulb up". you know?

there will be more videos soon, and stuff.. but right now im afraid what i've done is a bit of a shambles. i trust you to know about formatting -would you maybe lend a helping hand, please? pretty please?

Archive 0.1

From Sterling


- === News page ===

- Hi Reddi. John Q. Public and I are starting to put daily effort into the content at News. Since he posts a lot of bullets to the various pages, I asked him to also post the best of those on the News page. I've also started posting things there as well when I post them at PESWiki elsewhere.


- I'm hoping maybe you could help us out with the look of that page. In particular, I'm thinking that the opening content could be put into a table to float right on the page, on the top right.


- The objective is to get people right into the up-to-date news in the first screen, and not have to scroll down to it.


- The problem is that the ...Image:xyz|right]] command that we use in bullets will conflict with the table, pushing the bullet down on the page below the table. Maybe you know how to get around that.


- Also, it would be nice if we had a slick way to also have the News function appear on the home page. However, we will want to avoid having duplication of content between the "news", PESWiki Latest, and PESN sections. I've been including PESWiki Latest and PESN content on the News page.


- It may just mean that we have to double post. Once to the News page, then to the home page if applicable.


- User:John Q. Public started on a page design, which I though looked good: Directory:Main Page With PESWiki News, and I gave him the go-ahead to implement it on the home page. I guess he's not gotten around to it yet for some reason.


- Another feature that would be good for the News page would be a clear/easy place for users to post news items, similar to how you've done on other pages.


- Thanks -- SilverThunder 14:33, 11 Sep 2006 (EDT)


- === PowerPedia Pages to News ===

- As you finish the first draft of the various PowerPedia pages you post, how about posting a link to them from the News page, along with a brief description (including relevance to clean energy in the case of inventors, for example). It would be good to copy the link bullet to the Latest index as well. And on those pages that are highy relevant to 'free energy', the link could be copied to the home page as well under "latest". Keep up the great work. SilverThunder 19:08, 10 Nov 2006 (EST)


- === User preferenced help ===

- In tinkering around just now, I noticed that when I changed my password, I was taken to a page There was an error working with the wiki: Code[11] that had a link to the following page: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[12], which has not been built yet. Would you mind populating that with something, perhaps copied over from MediaWiki or Wikipeia? Thanks. SilverThunder 19:08, 10 Nov 2006 (EST)


- === Google code ===

- Could you take a look at Tip the Planet wiki to see how they put the Google ads on what appears to be the home page contents? Thanks -- SilverThunder 16:46, 28 Nov 2006 (EST)


- === Eric Lerner ===

- Add to you queue to import: Link from Directory:Focus Fusion. Will be in news tomorrow. Thanks -- SilverThunder 23:34, 29 Nov 2006 (EST)


- === Policy Pages ===

- I appreciate you setting up the policy pages. That will be a good addition to the site.


- However, I must emphasize that I DO NOT wish for the same rigid requirements that Wikipedia has. When one covers cutting-edge science (as we do), that is not covered by academia, the requirement for verifiable sources, for example, can put a big damper on sharing information. Much of our information is original source material. We set the standard in many cases. We are not a mere reguritation of information found elsewhere, as Wikipedia is. We are leaders in the field, cutting new ground.


- So please revise the requirements the best you can to move away from Wikipedia's stance toward something that is more conducive to the "bleeding edge" material that sets us apart. The last thing I want is a migration of Wikipedias assinine culture over here at PESWiki. I detest it. It hampers progress, rather than fostering it. The reject and delete a lot of good stuff.


- When you're on the cutting edge, then a lot of things are done differently.


- Those standards might be appropriate to a certain extent for the PowerPedia articles, but that's it.


- Before linking these policy pages prominently in the support material, please allow me an opportunity to review them.


- Thanks


- Sterling (SilverThunder 14:54, 1 Jan 2007 (EST))



- The policy pages are only rough drafts .... i thought too that they would be good addition to the site. I will try to loosen the requirements. I canged the verifiable sources thing, with a focus on original source material. I hope the stance the article has now is better ... a stance toward something that is more conducive to the "bleeding edge" material ...


- I am not sure if there is a way to not link the policy pages prominently in the support material before you have an opportunity to review them. I can put a pending tag @ the top of the page though ... will do that asap


- Reddi 11:20, 2 Jan 2007 (EST)



- I suggest the folowing temporary statement be placed at the top of these new policy pages:


- : "This policy page is in process of being modified for use here at PESWiki. It has been migrated from Wikipedia. PESWiki has a substantially different approach from Wikipedia. PESWiki is much less rigid and much more allowing of pertinent material. PESWiki is forging new territory, so a good portion of our material is original source material. We welcome "bleeding edge" material, whereas Wikipedia refuses it."


- Let's post this as a template.


- Thanks again.


- SilverThunder 12:01, 2 Jan 2007 (EST)


- I'll do this ...


- {| align="center" style=" border: 1px solid #fcc background-color: #fee text-align: center font-size: 100% width:100%"


|style="text-align: center"|

Image:Nuvola apps important-50px.png

The following page is under consideration.


| style="text-align: center"|

This page is in the process of being modified to meet PESWiki standards. It is being discussed and modified, with pertinent issues being considered. This temporary statement will be removed once the necessary adjustments have been made.



- ... Reddi


- I've modified the template. It should be renamed to something else, such as "Draft".


- I don't agree with the "consensus" concept. We don't really have an official decision-making body here at PESWiki, but are run pretty loosly. Even if we did have such a body, I don't think "concesus" should be the prerequisite for content being posted. Invariably, there are dissenting oppinions, especially out in the cutting edge -- varying degrees of belief vs. skepticism vs. foundational background, etc, which taint the acceptance of a certain concept or approach.


- SilverThunder 13:02, 2 Jan 2007 (EST)


- === Wheelwork of Nature ===


- It looks like you are embarking on a major undertaking with the wheelwork of nature set of tools. Would you mind explaining what you have in mind. I'm not catching on yet. Thanks. -- SilverThunder 22:37, 5 Jan 2007 (EST)


- Just a set of community pages ... centralize discussions .. and keep them seperated ... Reddi 22:40, 5 Jan 2007 (EST)


- So they are a sort of water cooler? Maybe you could modify the Wardenclyffe image to look like a water cooler, with people standing around. That would be clever and fun. -- SilverThunder 23:08, 5 Jan 2007 (EST)


- === post here ===


- Could you doctor up Template:Post here so that the "log in" is linked appropriate for log-in, with return to the page in question? also, if there is a way to make the word "edit" hyperlinked the same as if they clicked on the section header.


- Thanks -- SilverThunder 18:51, 9 Jan 2007 (EST)


- === Talk archive ===


- I went ahead an undid your changes to my talk page because I have not yet addressed some of the issues there (such as reviewing the policy pages you asked me to look at).


- The archive naming needs to be in the format: ...Archive/2007/January. Not ...Archive/Jan. 2007


- Thanks -- SilverThunder 13:08, 13 Jan 2007 (EST)


- opp sorry ... Reddi


- === News Feed ===

- Hi Reddi,


- I like the feed feature I see here:


- I would like to add this and other automatic functions to our pages where we have publicly-traded company coverage.


- Could you figure out how they do this and import the capability here?


- That would be great.


- Thanks


- -- SilverThunder 19:18, 29 Jan 2007 (EST)


- === Indexing new pages ===

- When you create new pages, whether tool-related or technology-related, etc., do you index them somewhere? I ask because I did a check on the "history" tab of the PowerPedia > Technologies page and didn't see any changes made by you since Dec. 12, yet it seems you have been creating a few pages that should be indexed there. -- SilverThunder 12:32, 2 Feb 2007 (EST)


- == rotoverter help ==

- i've posted 3 more videos on the Rotoverter, and various other information, including original norman wootan posts. hope this helps. i've also kept on organizing the thing.


- I'll look @ it ... just haven't got there ... sorry ... will do it though ... Reddi [ps sign yor posts]


- == Plauson Book ==


- Hi Reddi.


- That's quite an undertaking you've commenced with the Plauson book.


- Before you get too much further on this, I would like to make some recommendations.


- Name the book files as follows ...index.php/Book:Plauson:p001

- If Plauson has more than one book that could conceivably be published in this form at PESWiki, then the name should be ...index.php/Book:Plauson:BOOKNAMEBRIEF:p001

- In the footer, add "main index" as an option right after "previous"

- Add a main index page for the book, so that a person can shorcut straight to a section of interest.

- Give an explanation on the home page as to where the book comes from (ISBN?/publisher, etc)

- Include a permission statement. Who gave permission to reproduce the book openly?

- Give contact info for the author or his heirs (whoever is carrying on his work)

- Give a brief (4 - 30 words) description of each page in the main index.

- In addition to a footer on each page, I would also have a header with essentially the same info as the footer.

- Add a "see also" section at the bottom of each page, linking to related resources at PESWiki.


- It looks like an interesting subject. Let me know when you have an index page read so I can send the NEC screening committee to take a look at it for assessment of merit.


- -- SilverThunder 00:25, 23 Jan 2007 (EST)



- I let you know when I have an index page done ... he undertaking is vital tfor free energy, IMO. I was going to ask, mabey this should go into athe library: department? Or a Source: .. but maybe Book:Author:BookName:pgNumber would be good ... I'll make up a footer and header template, adding "main index" and main index page, in addition to a "see also" ... I'll also give a brief description of each page in the main index. I do not tknow the ISBN ... but this book was published in 1920 ... so it is in the public domain ... FWIW, The author is dead.


- Adding linking to related resources at PESWiki will be the last thing I will do ...


- Reddi 21:41, 23 Jan 2007 (EST)


- == email ==

- check your email for an important message from me. Thanks. -- SilverThunder 17:18, 23 Jan 2007 (EST)


- Ok ... Reddi


- I've not received a response yet. Need it asap to meed a deadline to take advantage of a promotional rate. -- SilverThunder 17:56, 24 Jan 2007 (EST)


- I will contact you asap. I was not on yesterday. Reddi


- Still need your bday info. SilverThunder 19:19, 29 Jan 2007 (EST)


- == Thank you for updating the artice on the incompleteness theorem ==

- It is much more comprehensive now. Sincerely, Archetype


- == Search for Sympathetic Vibratory Notes of Dale Pond website ==


- hi reddi. i have a really quite important request for you.

- ok, you know that ive been adding There was an error working with the wiki: Code[5] of Norman Wootan -- There was an error working with the wiki: Code[6] Directory:Viktor Schauberger. All this focuses on musical, octave-based, resonance/cavitation-based, acoustic, resonant/reflect/reverb type material. Now, look at this [Sympathetic Vibratory Notes] this is compiled by Dale Pond - who has done intense and extensive works into Keely, Schauberger, Tesla, Russell and acoustic resonance, acoustic cavitation etc.


- is there any way to somehow implement a search through the sympathetic vibratory physics notes, so that i could for instance look up the word Magnetic Resonance, on the Magnetic Resonance Amplifier - from the SVPNotes? i cant believe this just struck me today, but it is the hugest thing that one could do -- to add a bit of other-point-of-view-dictionary type stuff, from a very researched point of view (hes been researching and creating this notebook since 1974, and all his notes are in that SVPNotes file -- all one needs is the correct keyword and there they are))


- i hope you see the worth in this - and can either tell me how to do it, or somehow implement a search of it.


- appreciatively yours, esa juhani ruoho

- (15.april.2007)