Weekly Free Energy Review for SmartScarecrow Show
By Sterling D. Allan
September 13, 2012
E-Cat Weekly • Celani CF replication project • E-Cat Conference in Zurich • Rossi Gives Third-Party Test Results from Hot Cat • Rossi Q&A, Panel Discussion, Interview • 1 MW E-Cat Ready • Itinerary: Track Sterling's Travels While He Scouts for Free Energy Technologies in Europe • Bob Rohner Demonstrates "Plasma Cycle is Not Air Driven" • Inteligentry Manufacturers' Meeting
Scarecrow Blog Post Accompanying this Show: "Ismael Aviso"
Rossi Cold Fusion
Weekly - Highlights this week include: Rossi reports third party
results at E-Cat conference in Zurich, Swedish investor balks, Siemens'
involvement confirmed, SGS safety certification produced, 1 MW plant ready;
QuantumHeat.org launched; Abundo videos; Defkalion drops.
- Celani CF replication project
Track Sterling's Travels While He Scouts for Free Energy Technologies in
Europe - I'm maintaining a little tracker of my pending and
accomplished activities as I travel in Europe from September 8-22, on the
hunt for promising free energy technologies. Likely destinations include:
Akoil, Steorn, Celani cold fusion replication project, Luxury Sea (boat runs
on water), Herrensteinrunde Magnet Motor+ (maybe), Tokomak. (PESN;
September 6, 2012)
o Luxury Sea
Exotic FE: Noble
Gas Engines > Bob
Rohner Demonstrates "Plasma Cycle is Not Air Driven"
- On September 9, Bob posted a 17:30 minute video showing the assembly,
filling, and firing of his noble gas popper unit. No heat was generated, but
work was performed in moving the cylinder against a spring and turning a
motor from the air cycle created from the piston -- an clever, indirect
motor application. We finally have a Bob Rohner page at PESWiki. (PESWiki;
September 12, 2012)
- Inteligentry Manufacturers' Meeting
Tesla > Wardenclyffe
Museum Project >
Tesla: The patron saint of geeks? - Fans have rallied to buy the lab
of inventor and electricity pioneer Nikola Tesla to turn it into a museum.
But why do so few people appreciate the importance of Tesla's work? Tesla
liked to conceptualise and work things out in his head. He cared more about
the idea than its practical exploitation. (BBC; September 10, 2012)
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