Kudos for Free Energy News
(For a few years, the home page has been pointing to http://PESWiki.com
where the news can now be found.)
No One Has Done As Much
"You are one of very few people shining an honest light into one of the most heavily suppressed areas in our civilization. And, you are doing it on the world stage with a shoe-string budget. You are definitely the one who has made the biggest impact to bring out the truth. Across the globe, there is no one who has done as much to organize and spread the word as you
have. Please keep up the great work."
-- James Bell (July 16, 2014)
Wharton, NJ, USA
"I must congratulate you on
an excellent web-site. Over the past few months I have studied hundreds of new
energy web-sites and yours is by far the most informative as well as
-- Wouter Oosthuizen (March 3, 2007)
M.Comm, Chartered Accountant, South Africa
"I appreciate everything you've done, and
continue to do, at great personal risk to yourself. I am genuinely
surprised at the progress that's being made for some of these technologies.
All of a sudden, we seem to be on a very powerful wave going forward. A
lot of the credit for that has to go to you."
-- Glenn Hampton (April 23, 2011)
"I visit your website nearly every day. I have to say
it's really one of the more interesting ones out there in the energy arena (free energy or not). Just writing to say thank you for all your efforts promoting new approaches to thinking about this area.
"Also writing [...] regarding ***'s comments. While caution is always merited, that kind of argue-by-diminution really bothers me.
"Can't be done" is a line of reasoning I've heard my whole lifeI simply ignore those who say
"it can't be done" and we go straight on to surprise them. If you don't leave room for
"maybe", then you can easily cut off opportunity or a productive line of reasoning
a concept that powers the very idea of your website.
"You see, I think people like that Assistant Professor have fully thought out the consequences to their career of supporting these
ideas. Just like I've thought it out. I'd rather "open source" open-thought-processes than let people think they can blackmail one into silence.
That's why I like your website: You come forward with something, you present it, warts and all, let people hash it out in a public space, and if it goes south (e.g. Inteligentry), you call them on it.
That's how good science is done, too.
"Thanks for your help in building the community.
"Keep up the great work.
Nolan, Professor at Stanford University (January 6-7, 2013)
It's very refreshing to encounter someone in academia willing to be associated with the "fringe". Most just lurk silently, embarrassed to be associated, but grateful for the nuggets that come along, rationalizing their observation involvement as "entertainment only".
You've got balls. Very rare.
Balls requires humility because it means you have to put up with ridicule; and ridicule is anathema to ego, which is usually embedded and even expected in proportion to years and accomplishments in academia. In my observation, ego is anathema to science, and is at the root of politics, which obliterates the scientific method. I would argue that a token of a true scientist is humility, for without it, intuition is blocked, and intuition is where new ideas and inventions come from. And in a world where ego reigns supreme, it takes courage to be humble.
"I am often shocked at my otherwise successful colleagues who live in fear. More than willing to be honest in a dark and smoky room, but political to the extreme in public."
"I've been a faithful follower of your website now for several years. Like you, I too dream of a free energy device that will
'save the world'.
"I was there when you were blasted for backing a couple
magnet motor guys who turned out to be either nuts and or scammers. You lost some followers, colleagues, and credibility, but
you've come survived the turmoil and now with several REAL 'almost' free energy devices coming to market, it seems you are now more than ever
'in demand" as the' expert and 'spokesman' for free energy. I can only imagine how
'in demand' you'll become as word spreads about PESN and the Top
5. CNN/FOX/MSN should be ringing your phone off the hook. Political candidates and critics should be calling you for information to use in their campaigns.
"Build a website and they will come. And rightfully so.
You're there at the tradeshows, seminars, actually talk to and visit people with
'free energy' devices that sound promising, and you continue to speak out against the government and
it's wayward ways of lies, misdirection and foolish spending. There's no bull in your material, just facts and figures.
You're not afraid to give us links to other websites. You encourage us to dream, create and or
'replicate'. These are all the characteristics of a truly selfless leader.
"And now as we watch your TOP 5 list begin to materialize into marketable products, I think you can feel good about what
you've accomplished, having survived the criticism you received over the years. Free energy
isn't just a pipe dream that you are chasing, it's a passion that you share with all of us by allowing us to live vicariously through you.
"As one small voice, I just want to THANK YOU on behalf of your readers/followers for doing such an outstanding job of tenaciously pursuing
'free energy', always being honest, encouraging others, informing everyone through your website, staying positive, and seeking experts to evaluate these devices that come before you.
You've developed a lot of high level contacts that are proving helpful in your efforts and
I'm sure many more will be forthcoming to you as they hear of what you have been and are doing.
"Congratulations are in order, as you've earned yourself a place as a
'celebrity' on 'talk shows' and 'energy tradeshows' and who knows what else.
"Keep up the great work. I look forward to each and every article and newsletter."
-- Craig Stangland (January 26, 2012)
Spark Letterpress Love
"Thumbs up for Sterling Allan. The guy has
-- Kyle Carrington (Oct 14, 2012)
In response to this
...to which, Sterling's wife responded: "What a nice video! With a front
row seat, I'll 2nd him on it not being easy for the family with all the
traveling Sterling needs to do (I feel like a single Mom with four kids
a lot of the time!). It's also been a bumpy road getting to place he now is.
It's nice that someone recognizes that."
"I am happy to inform you that the response
created from your site is 'overwhelming' and that is putting it mildly. I have
been at the computer for 17 hour straight with the exception of stopping long
enough to eat."
-- Ralph Lortie, CEO (Feb. 5, 2010)
Gravity Motor Research
Just Scratched the Surface
Best Environment Websites in the World - Robert Ludwig of Future
of Business, a site that provides commentary on green business,
has ranked PESWiki second. "They have only scratched
the surface as to what it can offer, and what it could mean to the
environmental community." (Aug. 27, 2007)
Most Comprehensive Resource on Alt Energy
"I've been following PESWiki for a couple of years and think its the most comprehensive resource on alternative (e.g. not covered by mainstream media) energy and related issues available."
-- Henk, December 21, 2009
Active and Reliable Coverage
"Nobody in any country
seems to have, so active, covering and as far we have seen reliable
service on the field as you do. Thanks, it has been helpful for us and for
-- Director, Free-Energy-Top10.com
(June 19, 2003)
"I have found the Free Energy Updates Newsletter
to be a consistently good source of information on developments in the
alternative energy production sector. They provide an excellent
-- Sepp Hasslberger (April 15, 2005)
"You have one of the most comprehensive energy
websites I've seen - so much great information! I'm so excited to see that
there is a quickly growing network of alternative energy resources out
-- Alex Ramon (March 10, 2006)
Sheer Fullness of Content
"I am greatly inspired by the sheer fullness of
content you provide through your web presence, and want to thank you and
encourage you to carry on with your important work. It is much needed in
these dark days of confusion we now live in."
-- David Cutter (July 13, 2005)
One-Stop Source for Getting Latest Updates
"The Pure Energy Systems website is a valuable tool
for me. It's pretty much a one-stop source for getting the latest updates in
the alternative energy arena, and for education in the particulars of a wide
range of energy technologies. I frequently recommend this site as a resource
to folks who are new to this field, and to alternative energy veterans who
were not aware that such a comprehensive website exists. Hats off to Sterling
Allan and his associates for their dedication to this critical aspect of the
planetary sustainability movement."
-- Joel Garbon, (April 20, 2005)
Associate Director, New
"You are to be congratulated with your daily
FreeEnergyNews.com which is the most comprehensive coverage of present and
future revolutionary energy technology ever presented in print or online. This
information is very valuable at this time as companies and individuals are
scrambling to find energy alternatives to cope with unstable and high oil
prices and potential shortages. We will reference you in our next printed
edition as the most comprehensive new energy information source as well as
your specific technology stories we publish."
-- Bruce Meland (April 19, 2005)
Bound to Become a Mainstream
"FreeEnergyNews is a valuable news service. It is
bound to become mainstream soon as the world becomes more desperate for
sustainable energy, with the decline of fossil fuels."
-- Thomas Valone, PhD (April 19, 2005)
Research Institute, Washington DC
Filled a Void
"Free Energy News and its daily newsletter have
filled a void. They provide anyone interested in solutions to urgent
problems such as: Global Warming; Peak Oil; Dependency on imported fuel; or
the vulnerability of nuclear power to terrorist attacks and bomb manufacture
-- with a way to remain informed of developments that may be of
interest. It has been a difficult task. We are most grateful."
-- Mark Goldes
Chairman & CEO
Energy "Reader's Digest"
"Thank you for your time and effort. The sheer
volume of new information available daily over the internet is overwhelming.
The general dissemination of this 'available' knowledge on new and free energy
technology is very important and will change the course humanity. Your news
service provides exceptional coverage with links, comments and annotations.
You are the Energy Readers Digest of the internet. Thanks again!"
Oja (April 20, 2005)
Distributor - Water Torch Collective
Brown's Gas Machine - ER 1200 - (Eagle Research)
Helps Answer Education Need
"Sterling Allan provides a valuable service in our
burgeoning field of radical, new energy sources. For these sources and this
field to be accepted in our world, information and education about these
devices is desperately required, and your daily "Free Energy News"
updates helps to answer this need. Our team appreciates the service you
- Reed Huish (April 17, 2005)
President of ZPower
Holds up to the Fire
"I enjoy working with Sterling Allan and Free
Energy News weekly on my radio show (Feet to the Fire) to bring
Week in Free Energy" to the public. It is interesting to hear the
new and innovative advances in Free Source Energy, much of which is unfairly
overlooked by most media outlets. Also, I know I can trust what is presented,
as Free Energy News is not afraid to hold "free energy"
claims "To The Fire" and request back up for Free Energy claims with
real evidence and data."
-- James Arthur Jancik (April 17, 2005)
Feet to the Fire
Radio Talk Show Host
I Read it Every Morning
"I find your daily news letter quite interesting
reading. It is about the first of my emails I read each day, now by
habit. You seem to have the best coverage of this subject, particularly the
first earliest publication. I am glad you have the time to search out and
share the important info."
-- Walter L Rosenthal (April 17, 2005)
Open Sourcing is a Great Approach
From: "Tim Harwood "
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2005 4:06 AM
Having run the old Adamsmotor and Parallel Path egroups, and been two time
Science News published in Nexus Magazine, I understand how much hassle is
involved in trying to do the right thing. At the same time, contrary to what
some folks think, also how little money / thanks is involved.
I think your PESWiki project
is an outstanding idea, and whether we agree or disagree on any given issue is
beside the point. I firmly believe work like this is important, because I know
from my own experience in these matters, every now and then you really do find a
diamond in the rough.
What community projects on the internet offer, now commonly referred to as
the open source movement, is the chance for suppressed talent to express itself.
Great inventors are rarely academic professors, and I think it is important for
alternative forums to exist where exotic claims can be documented, evaluated,
and possibly developed.
Tim Harwood M.A.
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To: Sterling D. Allan
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2005 11:02 PM
[...] I have to admit you have come a long way from the original news service
for the Tilley Foundation on your GreaterThings.com site, the Alternative
Utilities on the RemnantSaints.com, to the comprehensive alternative energy news
portal your FreeEnergyNews.com site is today.
Since you are a religious man, I'm sure honesty must be highly regarded by you;
and it should be so to gain credibility in this business. We all make mistakes,
which we call honest (and you're no exception), but as long as we don't persist
in them because of pride, ego, greed, etc. we're still doing a good job and have
a clean conscience. You have proven that as well and I hope you'll continue to
prove it in the future.
My site ZPEnergy.com has
pioneered the NewEnergy/Free Energy News concept many years before you came
along (even though on a much more specialized/fringe topic), but again, I have
to admit, you proved to be a fast learner and a good and inventive manager of
your resources. Our site concepts and modus operandi are different, with
advantages and disadvantages on both sides, but it is obvious that the concept
of volunteer work and free, altruistic sharing of information is still not
sustainable in the current society (maybe only related to religion - it is a
miracle it did work for us for so many years but mostly because of the original
team of dedicated, open minded, enthusiastic but "aloft" people).
But Sterling, PES and
the open source projects
is what you deserve all the credit for and that's why I'm writing this kudos for
you. I hope it will catch up and something really good will come out of it, if
people understand its potential and finally act for the benefit of all the human
P.S. Remember this?:
An Honest Man Alters His Ideas To Fit The Truth.
A Dishonest Man Alters The Truth To Fit His Ideas.
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Gathering of Knowledge
"I understand that you are sort of the aggregator
of information and lists."
-- (Media Mogul interested in FE; May 24, 2004)
"I for one have been working on energy related
projects on the funding side, for over fifteen years. Being a reader and
follower of your website for many years, I find your website very informative
and up to date with the latest technologies."
-- "Hank" Alfred H. Artze (April 17, 2005)
San Juan Puerto Rico
It's a Highlight of the Day
"Keep up the good work, it is often the highlight
of the day at work when I check your email during my break."
-- Stuart Brown (April 18, 2005)
Coming up as most complete, open FE website
From: "eric krieg" <email@example.com>
To: "Sterling D. Allan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 6:59 AM
I think you will soon overtake Bailey,
Keelynet and Beaty
for the title as the most complete open free energy website. You are not just a
free energy site that offers both points of view, but you also have very
complete up to date coverage. I imagine that your hit rate must be very high. I
hope you make sure that your pages will stay up for years to come. If you ever
have a point where you think you may not be able to run your web site in a year
or two, send me (and maybe a few other FE enthusiasts) a CD with your full site
content so I can make sure it stays available. Eventually, I want to make
provision in my will that my web sites are available in perpetuity. I hope you
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"Greater Things is becoming a watering hole for the
F.E. community and as such will doubtless become a target of the
disinformation masters. Be vigilant and cautious."
(July 05, 2003)
Interesting and Useful
"I want to take this opportunity, also, to thank
you for your free energy update website. I check it out every day, and have
found it very interesting and useful. Thanks."
Wood (June 25, 2003)
"I look at your site almost every day.
It's not very easy to do what your doing. I respect that."
-- Bruce Maber (June 12, 2004)
Ottawa Ontario Canada
For the Exchange of Ideas
To: Sterling D. Allan
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2004 4:34 AM
Subject: Re: FreeEnergy.GreaterThings.com Contact
With your ability to stay on top of latest energy break-throughs, news, and
trends you provide a place for the rest of us to come to and catch up. A
clearinghouse or exposition of the latest and greatest of what is new and
exciting in replenishable energy resources. For those of us who share
your concern about these things; you do what we would like to do, but don't
have the time. My hat is off to you.
Your site also has great potential to act as a catalyst for ideas. There is a
great deal of energy news and ideas floating around on the net. Those
involved in research and development tend to think in a linear fashion. They
are quite rightly focused on the problems associated with their
individual efforts. By bringing together in one place all of these
differing ideas and technology you can provoke new ways of combining differing
technologies in a more efficient way.
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You've Done it Again
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You've done it again!
Another 'STERLING' report!
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"You've got good update
emails with a lot of good information."
-- B. A. (July 27, 2003)
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