Weekly Free Energy Review for SmartScarecrow Show
By Sterling D. Allan
December 20, 2012
MSV Explorer amphibious vehicle powered by free energy technology Elecotric claims to power house for 10 months Elecotric CEO, John Marcus Davenport lies about lying LENR Weekly: Evidence Mounts In Favor of the E-Cat Ferko's Satellite Generator -- Motor Madness for 2013 PES Seeking Loan and Donations PES Web Developer Needed Connecticut elementary school shooting
Scarecrow Blog Post Accompanying this Show: "Martin Fleischmann Memorial
> NEW: Elecotric
claims to power house for 10 months - English inventor, John
M. Davenport, has posted several videos showing his house being powered by
some kind of solid state exotic free energy technology that requires,
"no fuel, no sun, no wind, no batteries (no emissions)." He says
the units are available for £25/month, plus a security deposit. Just don't
try to call them. (PESN; December 18, 2012)
- Elecotric CEO, John Marcus Davenport lies about lying
- John M. Davenport, who claims to have a technology that requires, "no fuel, no sun, no wind, no batteries (no emissions", capable of powering a house or much more (up to 130 kW) using just 1 liter of water per month, adamantly denies having lied to me.
(PESN; December 20, 2012)
Mounts In Favor of the E-Cat (E-CatNews; December 19, 2012)
- In reflecting on the SVT E-Cat program, I cant help but think that
this has to change some minds in favor of the E-Cat. The way I see it, this
show has confirmed a lot of what Andrea Rossi has been saying over the last
few months regarding the development of his technology and business plan.
Here are some of the key points that stood out in the program to me.
- There is indeed a redesigned 1 MW E-Cat plant (low temperature),
something Rossi has maintained for a long time.
- The E-Cat can self sustain. Linus Broholt, the investigating
journalist said, When Rossi has had his power cord unplugged a few
hours during our interview, the heat is maintained in the reactor,
according to measurements seen on the screen.
- Physicists Kullander and Essen are still impressed with the E-Cat.
Essen mentions that in the testing they did, the E-Cat produced 10 times
as much power as the electrical input.
- Vattenfall, one of Europes largest power companies, is actively
investigating the E-Cat to replace its traditional nuclear plants.
Satellite Generator -- Motor Madness for 2013 - Tom Ferko, who is
open sourcing his "satellite generator" design at PESWiki, has
posted a new video showing a 3 pound wheel spinning while pulling a little
more than 1/2 watts of power. He's looking for people to replicate, improve,
and comment on the phenomenon. How could this be possible? It resembles Bedini's
stuff. (PESWiki; December 18, 2012)
Tools / Dansie
Standards and Validations: Overview - Mark Dansie sets forth
some suggestions for establishing an independent body of scientists as well
as a set of measurement standards for the evaluation of the various genres
of exotic free energy technologies. (PESWiki; December 15, 2012)
D. Allan >
Seeking Loan and Donations - Hopefully, this will be the last
time we pass the hat because of all the incredible things happening in the
free energy sector. Oh so close, but not quite there yet. Meanwhile, we
really appreciate your contributions. Also looking for a loan. We know this
is a challenging time for most everyone. (PESN; December 18, 2012)
Web Developer Needed Urgently - Our server for PESN is no
longer supporting FrontPage, which I've been using for years to author the
non-PESWiki sites. We have only a short time to phase over to something
else, and improve our service/capabilities while we're at it. (PESN;
December 19, 2012)
of Sandy Hook Tragedy? - A scene from the recent Batman
movie, "Dark Knight Rises", very clearly shows the phrase
"Sandy Hook" [Elementary]. I've heard it said that the evil powers
have a rule they play by, that they have to tell the people what they are
going to do to them before they do it. And often media is used for that
purpose. (PESN; December 17, 2012)
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