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Monday, Jan. 31, 2005
588462 cumulative visits; 07:10 am GMT/UTC

  • ZPEnergy Professor says experimenter's intention and belief can 'condition' a site - Author of more than 250 scientific papers says that an experimenter's environment can become attuned to produce positive results that do not repeat elsewhere. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 30)
    [Either he needs to be made emeritus, or there are "emotional/spiritual" laws that need to be learned and taken into account in energy device replication and operation.  I know an inventor who said his device would not work when certain people came to his home.]
  • Batteries > Normal Battery Behavior Can be Mistaken for "Over Unity" - Virgin 12-volt lead-acid batteries increase in voltage under load (e.g. bulb) for a while after an initial rapid drop, before they gradually drop in voltage. (PESWiki; Jan. 30)
    [Straight from my own "lab."]
  • Planet Ark logo Hydrogen > Genoil Hopes Hydrogen to Boost Energy from Oil - Improving hydrogen use at conventional oil refineries can increase yields of oil products from heavy oil by as much as 25 percent. (Reuters; Jan. 31)
    [Cracking assist makes more efficient use of the oil now being used anyway.]
  • - Bryan's new website to chronicle the development of his hydrogen on demand concepts.  His goal is to get 100 mpg in his Geo Metro.  He calls it "a work in progress."
    [Hats off to those who roll up their sleeves]
  • Events > Conference on Renewable Energy in the Upper Midwest - February 23-24, North Dakota, USA; will focus on wind and biomass.

Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005
588343 cumulative visits; 05:40 am GMT/UTC

  • ZPEnergy The International Sustainable Energy Organization ISEO - Objective is to speed up the implementation of renewable energy and better efficiency. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 29)
  • Alternative Energy Blog Wave > Energy Buoy to Lead to Wavefarm? - A state-of-the-art energy buoy is being launched 12 miles off the coast of St Ives, north of Cornwall to measure wave power. Will be monitored by scientists around the world. (Alt-Energy-Blog / BBC; Jan. 29)
  • Google News Mallove Murder > Police, Family Renew Pleas For Help In Solving Murder - police and the family of a murder victim are renewing their request for the public's help in locating personal items that belonged to Eugene Mallove. (TheDay [subscription], Connecticut, USA)
  • Hydrogen > Hydrogen storage using magnesium powder - With the use of magnesium powder, the storage of hydrogen can take place more efficiently and safely and at a higher temperature. (PhysOrg; Jan. 27)
  • (OT) Ever wonder what TV does to young minds? - Cathode light, unnatural sound, 2-D images.  How does that compare with 3-D tactile interaction with real life?  How does it effect brain development?  Loss of range of senses observed. (Deseret News; Jan. 28) (Thanks Susan Carter)

Saturday, Jan. 28, 2005
587465 cumulative visits; 06:50 am GMT/UTC

  • ZPE > Zero Point Technologies - Frank Znidarsic presents connections between Quantum Physics, atomic physics and ZPE. Also addresses cold fusion, ball lightning, levitation. (Thanks Michael Couch)
  • Seismologist Says Exxon Had Nothing to Do with It - Says the 9.0 quake emerged from miles beneath the earth and would have had nothing to do with any oil/gas extraction taking place more superficially.  Dialogue posted. (PESN)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - Eventually we would like to see a feature directory for every alt energy technology, inventor, organization.  Feel free to help us out by creating a page or adding information to one already existing. (PESWiki)
  • Planet Ark logo Sam Bodman, Approved by U.S. Senate, Supports Alaskan Oil Drilling - The Energy Department, with a $23 billion budget, runs a network of nuclear weapons research laboratories and has over 100,000 employees and contractors. (Reuters; Jan. 27)

Friday, Jan. 28, 2005
586011 cumulative visits; 06:31 am GMT/UTC

  • Four collaborative anecdotes to oil/gas-extraction-quake-tsunami link - Tesla's NY quake; San Andreas tinkering; magnetic field changes; N-bombs and quakes. (PESN; See other Jan. 26,27 updates to Jan. 25 story)
  • Batteries > BatMax uses nanotechnology to extend battery life - Add to any battery to extend life, speed up charge time, rejuvenate battery.  Now in production and being shipped to retailers in U.S. and elsewhere. (PESWiki; Jan. 27)
  • Events > ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference - July 28-31, Salt Lake City, UT.  A highlight 'free energy' event of the year, hosted by the Institute for New Science and TeslaTech. (PESWiki; Jan. 25)
  • Alternative Energy Blog  Alternative Fuel Cars: Plug-In Hybrids and Electric Cars - Some drivers are modifying their hybrids to enable plug-in charging, even though it voids the warranty. (Alt-Energy-Blog; Jan. 27)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - Feel free to build a personal profile page on your [[User:yourname]] page, linking to projects in which you are involved, and listing contact info. (PESWiki)
  • (humor) FBI has new way of tracking terrorists - They are now able to see every click you make. FBI says you will never even notice, and it won't affect the common man. (Thanks Rich Kuchinsky)

Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005
584462 cumulative visits; 08:11 am GMT/UTC

  • ZPEnergy Outside Concern Completes Test of Tilley Device - State certified master electrician allegedly tests Tilley generator device for eight hour period under various load conditions, concluding that more power was generated than used, Jan. 24.  Specifics of electrician identity withheld for "security" purposes.
    (Considering Tilley Foundation shady history, this claim is suspect.)
  • GWE > Genesis World Energy Data Report Questioned - Alt energy company attempts to put on airs as a scientifically savvy outfit with earth changing technology supported by hundreds of brilliant minds, yet their latest data report reads like a novice wrote it. (FreeEnergyNews; Jan. 27)
  • A Cause of Earthquakes and Bad Weather - Robert L. Cook, alt energy inventor, addresses oil extraction and earthquakes; global warming and ice cap water redistribution stresses; atmospheric pressure modifications. (See his Jan. 25, 2005 comment about this treaties published ~5 years ago.)
  • ZPEnergy Are you skeptical of the Angel Light? - Follow-up discussion regarding Hurtubise "see through walls" claim. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 23)
  • Events > Mysteries of Nikola Tesla  - Jan. 29, 7-9 pm Seattle.  "Weird science guy" Bill Beaty hosts a geek gathering devoted to the pioneering electrical engineer who developed the famous "Tesla coil."  Similar meetings held monthly and weekly. (PESWiki; Jan. 26)
  • Tools > Make free Internet calls from your regular phone - Actiontec Internet Phone Wizard, a small hardware device, enables consumers to make and receive free or low-cost Internet phone calls from a regular phone using Skype Technologies' Internet calling service. (PhysOrg; Jan. 8)
    • Caution urged for switch to internet phones - Anyone considering switching their telephone systems to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) should consider the security risks according to a recent report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. (PhysOrg; Jan. 26)

Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2005
582261 cumulative visits; 06:36 am GMT/UTC

  • H from H2O > Bar-Gadda LLC - Prototype device converts water vapor or steam into hydrogen using a process called "radiant energy transfer". Efficiency around 90%. Yields in excess of 80% H. (PESWiki; Jan. 25)
  • ZPEnergy Sonofusion Going Mainstream - Can a collapsing bubble unleash huge amounts of energy? (ZPEnergy / New Scientist; Jan. 25)
  • A Dissident View of Relativity Theory - Infinite Energy magazine devoting Issue 59, Jan/Feb to and inspection of the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s famous paper on special relativity.  Issue also includes a review of the International Conference on Cold Fusion #11.
  • Google News Mallove Death > Investigation of killing stalled - Investigators still waiting for DNA analysis that may lead to the killer of eight months ago. "A few have theorized that Mallove was killed because he was a tireless champion of cold fusion." (Newsday, Long Island, NY; Jan. 25)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - When you see "#" in a URL, what follows it refers to a shortcut within a given page to a subsection of the page.  In PESWiki, each heading on a page (beginning and ending with "=...") can be targeted as a shortcut. (PESWiki)
  • American Antigravity American Antigravity Jan 24th > ELF PowerPoint Summary | DeAquino's New Experiment | AAG ELF Grav-Shield Page | DeAquino ELF Mystery Article
  • (OT) Brace Yourself! Here Comes Einstein's Year - The 100th anniversary of the "miracle year," in which Einstein reshaped the foundations of physics, is being marked by a deluge of events, including a newly invented bicycle stunt, the Einstein Flip. (NYTimes; Jan. 25) (Thanks Susan Carter)

Monday, Jan. 24, 2005
580581 cumulative visits; 07:43 am GMT/UTC

  • (featured until Jan. 25, 2005)
    Magnet Motors >
    PM3 Permanent magnet machine - Original project by Felipe Gonzales for a permanent magnet machine. Computer simulations show that it is able to run. This machine is based on theory of TOMI tracks. (PESWiki; Jan. 21)
  • ZPEnergy Genesis World Energy > Rebuttal to Recent "Data" Report - The person composing the report doesn't know the difference between a Watt and a Watt-hour, which says something about the "credibility" of the report. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 24)
  • Google News Mallove Death > No Closure Yet on Mallove Case - 8 months after his death, no leads in Cold Fusion champion's murder.  Son is working feverishly to try and solve the case. (Concord Monitor; New Hampshire; Jan. 24, 2005)
  • Google News Mallove Death > Author Theorizes 40 Microbiologists Killed Before Unleashing "The Ultimate Epidemic" - Mentions May 14, 2004 murder of Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, who had just published an “open letter” outlining the results of and reasons for his last 15 years in the field of “new energy research.” (Free Press International, Texas; Jan. 24)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - A URL presented in the format (beginning with http://) will automatically become a hyperlink. (PESWiki)
  • Amateurs beat space agencies to Titan pictures - Online community processed raw images at record speed. (Nature; Jan. 19)
    [Moral of the story: the "experts" don't always do it better.]

Monday, Jan. 24, 2005
578998 cumulative visits; 07:04 am GMT/UTC

  • Genesis World Energy > Test Report Data - Original Prototype gCell - The Genesis Team has released test report data to the public on the their original prototype gCell technology, a pre-gCell gas production technology and information on other technologies. (Jan. 21)
  • ZPEnergy Searl to release new info into public domain - Promise to release, looking for a place to put it. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 23)

    Note to Dr. Goss: PES Network Inc offers its hosting services as well. or or (with edit blocked).
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - Those who contribute regularly and well to PESWiki will be considered for elevation to "sysop" status to help administer the site. (PESWiki)
  • Events > Nikola Tesla: The Forgotten Father of Technology - Free lecture by John Hines, Jan. 27, 7 p.m., Glenwood Springs Library, Winter Lecture Series. (Post Independent; Colorado; Jan. 23)

Sunday, Jan. 23, 2005
577996 cumulative visits; 07:53 am GMT/UTC

  • ZPEnergy Cold Fusion > Cold fusion and the path of the quantum transition [direct] - Where the electron goes during the quantum transition has been a mystery. Cold fusion experiments may have revealed the process. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 20, 2005)
  • Fuel Cells > Nanosys, Sharp to develop nanotechnology-enabled fuel cells - Agreement to collaborate with Sharp to utilize its nanostructure technology to help develop high performance fuel cells for use in portable consumer electronics. (PhysOrg; Jan. 21)
  • Renewable Energy Access Hyundai Begins Fuel Cell Fleet Testing - Second generation autos offer double the driving range, speed and power increases, low-temperature (-20 degrees Celsius) starting, higher output fuel cell and a new lithium ion polymer battery. (Renewable Energy Access; Jan. 19)
  • The Best Places To Live - Meet the latest coast-to-coast phenomenon: communities built around a love of nature, respect for the planet, and old-fashioned neighborliness. (Organic Style; Feb. 05, 2005) (Thanks Cheri Allan)

Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005
576692 cumulative visits; 06:16 am GMT/UTC

  • (featured until Jan. 25, 2005)
    Magnet Motors >
    PM3 Permanent magnet machine - Original project by Felipe Gonzales for a permanent magnet machine. Computer simulations show that it is able to run. This machine is based on theory of TOMI tracks. (PESWiki; Jan. 21)
  • Google News Cold Fusion > Researchers report bubble fusion results replicated - Researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Purdue University, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the Russian Academy of Science have managed to replicate controversial cold fusion experiments. (The Inquirer, England; Jan. 21) (Citing March 2, 2004 press release)
  • Vlusta's rendition of SEBCAR OU - Scope shot given from a device operating similar to M. Charley's SEBCAR over unity claim.  Says that Bedini published a similar scope shot several months ago. (PESWiki; Jan. 20)
  • The Role John Bedini in the emergence of M. Charley's SEBCAR - M. Charley explains how he, on his own, came upon the notion of how to achieve over unity by modifying other designs he was working on that several other people had posted; and that though Bedini was a significant contributing influence, he was not the one who disclosed to M. Charley how to do it. (PESWiki; Jan. 21)
  • Ben K4ZEP Replicates SEBCAR - Photos and scopeshot posted. Commencing tuning and testing. (PESWiki; Jan. 21)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - The "watch" link at the top of each page (when logged in) ads the present page to your list of pages watched under "my watchlist," to apprize you of modifications made. (PESWiki)
  • Caution > New worm thinly disguised as CNN breaking news headlines - Crowt-A installs a backdoor Trojan function that records keystrokes to enable hackers to access password protected services. (PhisOrg; Jan. 21)

Friday, Jan. 21, 2005
575185 cumulative visits; 04:35 am GMT/UTC

  • Electrocharger Update - (Device converts regular car to hybrid).  Electrocharger is to be retrofitted onto a US-spec. Mitsubishi EVO VIII for testing purpose. Tests will be performed in Japan concurrently. (PESWiki; Jan. 19)
  • Bearden >
    • ZPEnergy Why no national notice of the MEG or the superweapons? - "Some 10 nations have the scalar interferometers, and five have the most powerful weapons (quantum potential weapons and negative energy EMP weapons)." (ZPEnergy; Jan. 20)
    • Bearden Jan. 19 Correspondence B - "The Russians easily made metal into liquid at room temperature, without heating".  Also addresses recent announcement of technology that enables seeing through walls. (Thanks Aerielle Louise)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - If you have a free energy technology related website, you can use PESWiki to provide a one-page synopsis of your site and offerings. (PESWiki)
  • Trends > 'Alt-fuel' use ebbing - But U.S. demand is still high for hybrid vehicles - Automakers have been backing away from alt fuel vehicles. Environmentalists say they have not done enough to promote them. (Deseret News / AP; Jan. 18, 2005) (Thanks Susan Carter)
  • Global Warming > Ancient Global Warming Disaster - An ancient version of global warming may have been to blame for the greatest mass extinction in Earth's history 250 million years ago. (CBS; Jan. 20)

Thursday, Jan. 20, 2005
573842 cumulative visits; 05:53 am GMT/UTC

  • (featured until Jan. 22, 2005)
    ZPEnergy ZPE >
    Possible Nanotechnology Mechanism for Tapping ZPE Suggested in Letter to President Bush
    - "Essentially, this would be a resonant chamber, an inductance, and a capacitance. By first converting Zero Point Energy to light, and then to microwave and alternating electric current, we would have a complete energy system." -- Randy Sawyer (ZPEnergy; Jan. 19, 2005)
  • Fuel Cell / H from Water > AEC Takes Delivery of First E8 Fuel Cell Generator From Astris Energi - 2.4-kW generator has an electrical efficiency greater than 50%, higher than any in its class. Plans underway to couple Astris' E8 Generator with AEC's low-cost, small-scale, proprietary, portable Hydrogen technology that produces fuel cell pure hydrogen gas on demand, from water. (PESN; Jan. 19)
  • Energy Ex Nihilo > Ekoenergia perpetual theorum - No proof of concept (not possible).  One person's idea, one of so many thousand, that illustrates man's obsession with getting energy from nothing.  For energy to be tapped, there must be a conversion of one form to another.
  • Renewable Energy Access Dow Chemical Begins Biodiesel Production - The use of biodiesel reduces carbon monoxide emissions by 78 percent.  Integrating biodiesel into the existing fuel infrastructure should require little, if any, engine adjustments to vehicles currently in use. (Renewable Energy Access; Jan. 19)

Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2005
572653 cumulative visits; 07:45 am GMT/UTC

  • Fuel Cells > New way of making fuel cells using Microfabrication lowers costs - Researchers at the U. of Michigan are arriving at a system that works and uses steps that are very similar to those used to make microelectronic devices. (PhysOrg; Jan. 18)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - A bullet is formed by beginning a line with an asterisk "*".  A sub-bullet is formed with two asterisks "**", and so forth. (PESWiki)
  • Global Warming > Drought's growing reach - The percentage of Earth's land area stricken by serious drought more than doubled from the 1970s to the early 2000s, according to the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). (PhysOrg; Jan. 13)
  • (OT) Invention claimed to see through walls - Canadian inventor, Troy Hurtubise, says device "defies all known rules of physics."  Besides seeing through walls, it "detects stealth technology." (BayToday, Ontario; Jan. 16) (Thanks Aerielle Louise)

Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2005
571259 cumulative visits; 06:24 am GMT/UTC

  • (featured until Jan. 20, 2005)
    M. Charley Claims his SEBCAR Design Achieves Over Unity - Says one battery charges multiple batteries.  Spin-off of the Bedini SG project plans presented.  No independent replications yet. (PESWiki; Jan. 17)
  • ZPEnergy Cold Fusion / Events > Solid State (Cold) Fusion Papers to be highlighted at APS March meeting - The America Physical Society will feature a full session presenting solid state (cold) fusion papers on Thursday March 24th at the Los Angeles Convention Center. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 17)
  • ISBP Open Source > Makeshift Magnets Not Working for Ion Source Beam Projector - James Fauble has had difficulty sourcing the same kind of monopole magnets he used in his device several years ago.  A substitute attempt is reported to not work. (Pure Energy Systems; Jan. 15)
  • PESWiki Tip of the Day - Think of it as a website we all share, building it together, maintaining it, fine-tuning the information to become the best repository available on alternative energy subjects. (PESWiki)
  • Tiny Robots Powered by Living Muscle Cells - Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles, have created these devices by growing rat cells on microscopic silicon chips. Less than a millimetre long, the miniscule robots can move themselves without any external source of power. Muscles like these could be used in a host of microscopic devices - even to drive miniature electrical generators to power computer chips. (Slashdot / Nature; Jan. 17)
  • (OT) Saturn's Moon, Titan, Mission Progress - NASA's site for checking the latest developments from the probe which has now arrived there.

Sunday, Jan. 16, 2005
568954 cumulative visits; 5:15 am GMT/UTC

  • American Antigravity Anti-Gravity > Einstein's Unified Field Theory and Anti-gravity - It's a fantastic story, but is it possible that Albert Einstein's Unified Field Theory was used by both the Allies and the Nazi's during World War II for radical breakthrough secret weapons technologies? Continue reading to learn the startling truth! (American Antigravity; Jan. 14)
  • Jeff Bezos to Build Space Center - founder Jeff Bezos will build a space facility in west Texas to develop a commercial suborbital spaceship. His space company, Blue Origin, is 'developing vehicles and technologies that, over time, will help enable an enduring human presence in space.' (Slashdot; Jan. 14)
  • Google News Paper > Energy Prospects After the Petrolium Age (PDF) - Mainstream, succinct, prescriptive, business-oriented overview of the need to prepare for the transition away from fossil fuels.  Mentions solar hydrogen. (Deutsche Bank Research; Dec. 2, 2004)

Saturday, Jan. 15, 2005
568080 cumulative visits; 7:00 am GMT/UTC

  • ZPEnergy Physics 101 of the Eco-Biosphere - ZPE and the give and take of energy from the sun/earth. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 11)
  • Feel Good Cars All-Electric ZENN Now Available - ZENN stands for "Zero Emissions No Noise". Designed for around-town driving, it has a maximum speed of 25 mph with range of 30-40 miles. Full charge after six hours on a standard 110-volt outlet. Three hours gives it a 80% charge. (PESWiki; Jan. 14, 2005)
  • Renewable Energy Access Solar Technology is First Choice to Supply Disaster Relief - Solar lanterns were among the first renewable energy technologies donated by BP Solar to relief efforts in Sri Lanka.  AirWater Corporation is providing five machines that pull humidity from the air. (Renewable Energy Access; Jan. 14)

Friday, Jan. 14, 2005
566751 cumulative visits; 6:47 am GMT/UTC

  • (featured until Jan. 18, 2005)
    Paintable plastic solar cells using quantum dots
    - New materials science from Univ. of Toronto can harness the sun's invisible, infrared rays, and could deliver up to five times the power of the most advanced photovoltaic cells today. (PESWiki; Jan. 13)
  • This Week in Free Energy™ -- January 9 - Bedini SG variants claim OU; Kipper phenomenon with microwave transmission; Chaim Yankle ZPE claim; SHEC labs patent filed (PESN)
  • Free Energy News Fundraiser - Your contributions appreciated to maintain this service.
  • Stirling Engine > Daniel Lyonnet's replications - Includes a kit that uses a Coca-Cola can for the external combustion chamber.
  • ZPEnergy Book > DePalma, Free Energy and the N-Machine - E-book author, J. Nayer Hardin, gives background to his writing of the book. "DePalma explains how, with magnets channeling the force, we can use the free energy existing in the space in which matter resides to run machines and many other evolutionary concepts." (ZPEnergy; Jan. 9)
  • Planet Ark logo Global Warming > Will Rising Seas Swamp Some Small Island States? - "...The sea could overflow the heavily populated coastlines of such countries as Bangladesh, cause the disappearance of some nations entirely (such as the island state of the Maldives), foul freshwater supplies for billions of people and spur mass migrations," (Reuters; Jan. 10)

Thursday, Jan. 13, 2005
565600 cumulative visits; 6:09 am GMT/UTC

    • Oil Extraction Stresses Earth, Contributing to Earthquakes and Tsunamis - At 80 to 100 million barrels a day being extracted from the earth, and some extraction procedures entailing the infusion of cold water, these factors cannot be ignored as far as influencing earth crust stresses. (PESN; Jan. 12)
    • ZPEnergy Cold Fusion / Book > Cold Fusion And The Future - by Jed Rothwell, published by, December 2004, 186 pages.  Free e-book explores the subject for the lay person. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 11)
    • Fuel Cell > Honda to lease fuel cell vehicles to US - Honda Motor Co. will start leasing its pollution-free fuel cell vehicles to individual customers in the United States by the end of 2005, becoming the first automaker to do so. (Fuel Cell News; Jan. 12) (Thanks John Coviello)
    • Renewable Energy Access Trends > Theme for Environmental Inaugural Ball in DC: "Clean Energy" - 5th Environmental Inaugural Ball to be held January 20th in Washington D.C. (Renewable Energy Access; Jan. 11)

    Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2005
    564247 cumulative visits; 5:58 am GMT/UTC

    • M Charley's SEBCAR over unity claim - "Super Efficient Battery Charger And Re-energizer" variant of the Bedini SG said to operate in a mode of extracting more energy than it uses.  Not yet independently replicated or verified. (PESWiki; Jan. 10)
    • Magazines > New Energy Times™ Issue #8 | PDF -- by Steven B. Krivit (Jan. 10, 2005)
      Contents include: International Conference on Cold Fusion-(ICCF-11) Review by Steven B. Krivit (includes photos of Pons of Fleishman, who attended) • Why is Cold Fusion Important? • Will Cold Fusion Ever Be Practical, and If So When? • What is the State of Cold Fusion Research Funding? • What Can You Do to Support...? • ICCF-11 Trip Report from Jim Corey of Sandia National Laboratories • ICCF-12 Conference Announcement • Review of 12th Annual Russian Cold Fusion Conference • 6th Annual Meeting of Japan CF Research Society Announced • 2004 Department of Energy Cold Fusion Review • George Miley Receives Award From American Nuclear Society • 3 Japanese Cold Fusion Researchers Win Thermal and Electronic Energy Technology Awards  • Cold Fusion in the Courts: John Dash Makes His Case • Murder Investigation of Eugene Mallove • Jed Rothwell Writes (Free) E-Book on Cold Fusion • "Pathological Skepticism” by Professor Bill Beaty • Hot Fusion Bubbles in Impulse Devices’ Ultrasonic Sphere • Cold Fusion in the News
    • Google News Scientists create cells that can harness sun's rays - Canadian scientists have created paintable plastic solar cells that are the first to harness the sun's invisible, infrared rays, and could deliver up to five times the power of the most advanced photovoltaic cells today.  (PEJ News; Canada; Jan 10)
    • Global Finest - Company offers a number of revolutionary earth-friendly technologies including depolymerization of waste products into usable fuel, recycling used tires
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - The "discussion" link that accompanies each page is designed for housekeeping kinds of discussion.  Content that is directly relevant to the substance of the page is welcome to be posted on the page itself. (PESWiki)

    Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2005
    563317 cumulative visits; 15:38 pm GMT/UTC

    • Newsletters > Future Energy eNews - Presented by Tom Valone's Integrity Research Institute (Jan. 10)
      • Top 100 Science Stories of 2004 - The Year in Science: Top 100 Stories, DISCOVER Vol. 26 No. 01 | January 2005
        • 1. Turning Point of Global Warming
        • 55. Oceans Store Half of Human-Made Carbon Dioxide
        • 68. Two-Degree Rise Drops Rice Yield By 10 Percent
        • 91. Will Your Next Computer Be Powered by Spinach?
      • Russian Godin and Roschin Patent Awarded - Energy patent drafted by Valone at IRI for inventors.
      • National Energy Commission Report - Bipartisan panel tries to end the energy policy stalemate
      • Superconductive Fusion Experiment - Levitated Dipole Experiment for magnetic fusion of hydrogen
      • EnergyNet - Progress on each state's Clean Energy Campaigns of 2004
      • End of Suburbia - Comprehensive video on oil peak and natural gas peak with dozens of authorities
      • Carbon trust awards - Innovators for low carbon energy ideas given prizes in the UK
      • Meditation Gives the Brain a Charge - Most powerful brain electrical activity found in Buddhist monks
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - Some key pages should be protected from being able to be edited by anyone.  You can contact a sysop to request such protection to be applied. (PESWiki)

    Monday, Jan. 10, 2005
    5612211 cumulative visits; 6:26 am GMT/UTC

    • Steve Elswick's Rebuttal to "Kipper Tricks" Article - Says he has been intimate to the technology since 1989, and claims to have had it working for three months himself.  Says Kipper would not endanger himself by microwave transmissions.  Crosiar responds to the rebuttal. (PESN; Jan. 9)
    • ZPEnergy Archer Energy Systems Update - Mark Tomion, President, says EDF Generator prototype is moving forward, though slowly, even though they have funding.  Side work with induction dynamo.  Commentary on DePalma technology. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 9)
    • Google News Trends > Venture Capitalists on Hunt for Alt. Energy Breakthroughs - Statistics that show an increase in venture capital in U.S., from 0.8% in 1999 to 2.4% in 2004.  Silicon Valley, California venture capitalists are especially keen on the trend. (The Mercury News; Jan. 9)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - You don't have to upload an image to the server for it to show up on a page.  If it is located elsewhere on the internet, you can just enter the url of the image and it will show up on the page, called from that location.  No brackets needed. (PESWiki)
    • (OT) Magnetic field points the way for metallic nanorods with hydrogen peroxide propulsion - Research team at Pennsylvania State University has created remote control capability for the microscopic engines that drive nanoscopic metal rod "submarines." (PhysOrg; Jan. 8)

    Sunday, Jan. 9, 2005
    558391 cumulative visits; 10:55 am GMT/UTC

    • (featured until Jan. 14, 2005)
      Self-Running Bedini SG Variant
      - Using a ''damaged'' transistor, Marcus Wagner was able to plug the output straight into the input battery. Observed increase in voltage, with output-to-input current apparent over unity short-term. Photos and video. (PESWiki; Jan. 8, 2005).
    • Zero Point Energy > Chaim Yankle ZPE Device - Says he's working on a ZPE machine that "absorbs the energy of ZPE amplifies it and rectifies it, making a modicum of free energy in the process. It uses a wire container for the ZPE and an energy extractor module. The resultant ZPE energy is then amplified and rectified for energy production." (PESWiki; Jan. 8)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - The "help > sandbox" feature lets you play around with posting to see how it will look live.  The "preview" feature with each edit accomplishes the same thing. (PESWiki)
    • ZPEnergy The Case for Decentralized Generation of Electricity - Decentralized generation could save $5 trillion in a capital investment, reduce power costs by 40 percent, reduce vulnerabilities, and cut greenhouse gas emissions in half. (Skeptical Inquirer, Volume 29; Issue 1; excerpt from ZPEnergy; Jan. 7)

    Saturday, Jan. 8, 2005
    558867 cumulative visits; 5:12 am GMT/UTC

    • (featured until Jan. 9, 2005)
      Curtain Lifted on Kipper Tricks
      - Wes Crosiar says he knows how Marcus Kipper has been getting his alleged over unity technology to work. Microwave transmissions pump added energy into demo device. (PESN exclusive; Jan. 7)
      - Rebuttal by Steve Elswick, who claims to have replicated the effect.
    • ZPEnergy First Hybrid Fuel Cell Vehicle Goes on Sale from ZAP - First hydrogen fuel cell consumer vehicle. (PRNewswire; excerpt from ZPEnergy; Jan. 7)
    • Google News Cold Fusion > The Big Science Chill - The politics of science gave Cold Fusion a bum wrap. (Technology News; Jan. 7)
    • This Week in Free Energy™ -- January 2 - GM's four-outlet hybrid truck provides mobile generator in disasters; Correas hydrogen breakthrough; Chris Arnold's ZPE claim; Vortex Dehydration Systems. (PESN)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - The command "__NOTOC__" disables the table of contents for a given page, which is otherwise automatically generated when there are three or more headings. (PESWiki)
    • Google News Zionsville school buses run on soy/diesel blend - In August, the buses began using soy biodiesel fuel, which not only is good for other motorists and the environment but also helps the farm economy and decreases dependence on oil. (Indianapolis Star; Jan. 7)
    • Reinventing the Wheel - The Tweel, by Michilan, in prototype stage, is a combined tire and wheel that could never go flat because it contains no air.  Flexible polyurethane spokes deflect over obstacles. (NYTimes; Jan. 3)

    Friday, Jan. 7, 2005
    Nikola Tesla died on this date at age 86, in 1943
    557576 cumulative visits; 6:27 am GMT/UTC

    • (featured until Jan. 7, 2005)
      Genesis World Energy becomes Genesis Scientific
      - Claim to have manufacturers in over 150 nations "to supply the world with clean energy products."  Expanding their mission beyond just energy, to include tasks such as creating water from air, eliminating garbage, purifying sewage, neutralizing toxic waste.  Wouldn't it be wonderful if this company were legit? (See GWE review)
    • Dec. 2004 FreeEnergyNews Archived - by PES Network Inc.
    • Solar Hydrogen > SHEC Labs Applies for New Patent for Solar Receiver - Solar Hydrogen Energy Corporation announced the filing for a patent on their proprietary solar receiver.  (PRWeb, Jan. 5)
    • Alternative Energy Blog Wave > Wave Power to Replace Gas in Zanzibar? - Tanzania is considering the possibility of turning Indian Ocean currents and waves into electric power to make the utmost of its geological position as an archipelago off east Africa. (Alt-Energy-Blog; Jan. 17)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - Each page created automatically has a "discussion" link formed that, when clicked, creates a unique discussion page to go with the page.  If the link is red, no one has posted any content yet on the discussion page. (PESWiki)
    • Renewable Energy Access Renewable Energy - 2004 in Review: October - December (Part 4 of 4) - Mainstream alt energy highlights. (Renewable Energy Access; Dec. 6)
    • The Physics of the Hydrogen Economy - Explores the current methods, limitations, and the need for more research. "The natural world began
      forming its own hydrogen economy 3 billion years ago, when it developed
      photosynthesis to convert CO2, water, and sunlight into hydrogen and
      oxygen." (Physics Today; Jan. 4)
    •  Next-generation steel by magnetic field processing - New products made of stronger components that are lighter in weight, more energy efficient and have an extended use life may be possible through a technology that can alter the characteristics of steel and other materials. (PhysOrg; Jan. 6)

    Thursday, Jan. 6, 2005
    556713 cumulative visits; 9:03 am GMT/UTC

    • Alternative Science Patents - Leonard Belfroy's list of various free energy, gravity motors, magnet motors, anti-gravity patents (doesn't mean they work).
    • Errata: NiCd performance comparable, not superior on Bedini SG - Additional tests show that four D-size batteries perform roughly the same duration under load when charged by a conventional charger; a bad switch is discovered as well. (PESWiki; Jan. 5)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - If someone else saves down a page or section after you have commenced working on it, when you go to save it, you will get an error message, along with your text preserved and a comparison of your changes with the way the page presently appears. (PESWiki)
    • Aerodynamic improvements & flow control system boost fuel efficiency in heavy trucks - Techniques based on systems originally developed for jet aircraft wings - could increase fuel economy by as much as 11-12 percent. (PhysOrg; Jan. 5)
    • Hydrogen > Nested metal-organic frameworks as possible novel Hydrogen storage materials - A team of scientists has now developed a metal-organic material whose cavities keep hydrogen molecules "trapped". (PhysOrg; Jan. 5)
    • Renewable Energy Access Renewable Energy - 2004 in Review: July - September (Part 3 of 4) - Mainstream alt energy highlights. (Renewable Energy Access; Dec. 5)
    • (OT) Photo of the Devastation in Sumatra (jpg) - If you've not seen a close-up, high resolution photo, you need to see this.  Be prepared to see scores of bloated corpses amidst the wreckage.

    Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2005
    555059 cumulative visits; 15:18 pm GMT/UTC

    • ZPEnergy Real commercial fuel-less power plants (?) - Faraday Labs in Russia claims: "We have some new plans of real fuel less power plans.  It is not a science but real commercial plans!" (ZPEnergy; Jan. 4)
    • ZPEnergy Zero Point Energy > ZPE Theory Discussion / Primer - "This term Zero Point Energy has been based on the concept that even if matter were cooled down to absolute zero (minus 273 degC), in terms of its temperature, this energy still remains." (ZPEnergy; Jan. 4)
    • ZPEnergy Magnet Motors > Perendev > Update - "Some of the difficulties that we had were not directly related to the motor, but rather to improving the design relating to mass production." (ZPEnergy; Jan. 4)
    • Renewable Energy Access Renewable Energy - 2004 in Review: April - June (Part 2 of 4) - Renewable Energy Access choices of 2004's top news.
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - The "preview" button near the bottom of a page or section that is being edited will enable you to see what your change looks like before posting it live to the site. (PESWiki)
    • Google News Scientists develop hydrogen motorcycle - India has made several achievements in the area of hydrogen energy and has come up with efficient production methods in laboratory conditions and successfully demonstrated utilisation in motorcycles and three wheelers. (New Kerala; Jan. 4)

    Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2005
    553542 cumulative visits; 7:43 am GMT/UTC

    • (featured until Jan. 6, 2005)
      Thought I had it, but not yet
      - Solid state charge works better than rotational charge at the same charging current. For the spinning rotor scenario, I implemented most of John Bedini's recent suggestions. Neither test reveals over unity, though the solid state test looked at first like it was going to. 17 pp of data posted. (PESWiki; Jan. 3)
    • Renewable Energy Access Renewable Energy - 2004 in Review: January - March (Part 1 of 4) - PV production capacity reached the 1GW mark; Global Wind Power continued to blow at hurricane strength; Bioenergy gained critical momentum; Ocean Energy moved from a few ripples to serious swells; and lots more. (Renewable Energy Access; Jan. 3)
    • Atlantis' Replicates Bedini SG - Three variants. (PESWiki; Jan. 3)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - Using the header feature ("=header=" etc), the page is broken into smaller sections, reducing the memory and bandwidth load on the server.  This way, the entire page doesn't have to be saved down for each little modification made. (PESWiki)
    • Planet Ark logo (OT) Elephants Saved Tourists From Tsunami - Agitated elephants felt the tsunami coming, and their sensitivity saved about a dozen foreign tourists from the fate of thousands killed by the giant waves. (Reuters; Jan. 4)

    Monday, Jan. 3, 2005
    552692 cumulative visits; 3:35 am GMT/UTC

    • Emmet Claims OU in Bedini SG - Says he has achieved over unity with several configurations since the third week of November.  In process of conveying details.  (PESWiki; Jan. 2)
    • ZPEnergy The Hydrogen Economy - Hydrogen is ubiquitous, not controllable by any one country.  Catalytic processes can make it's release more cost-effective. (ZPEnergy, quoting from Physics Today; Dec. 31)
    • Google News Cold Fusion >
      • The Holy Grail of Energy - Can cold fusion, "the greatest dream of science," deliver the energy of the sun at room temperature?  (Times of India; Jan. 1)
      • Priceless lessons on a night walk - FYI, mentioned in mainstream prose. "The cold fusion reaction between the two chemical compounds, Luciferare and Luciferin, produces an illuminating green glow on decaying organisms..." (The Malaysia Star; Jan. 2)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - The strikeout attribute is achieved by placing <strike> before and </strike> at the end of the portion to have a line drawn through it. (PESWiki)
    • (OT) Buddha Statues Survive Tsunami - Several of the statues, big and small, made it through almost unscathed. That offered a sign of hope to many locals, even non-Buddhists, but a warning to other survivors that people aren't living pious lives. (CBS; Jan 2)

    Sunday, Jan. 2, 2005
    551080 cumulative visits; 4:40 am GMT/UTC

    • Bedini SG >
      • (featured until Jan. 4, 2005)
        Like Balancing an Egg on End
        - Bedini SG phenomenon discovered in which a quasi-steady balance point is attained between solid state resonance and the first rotation speed.  At that point, the ammeter jumps all over the place. (PESWiki; Jan. 1)
      • Flux Coil Test - Marcus reports the results of his slight modification of the Bedini SG.  Data shows 175% efficiency, but certain factors are not being taken into consideration. (PESWiki; Dec. 30)
      • Walter's Bedini SG Replication - 16-year-old from Argentina achieves rotation on Dec. 31, 2004 using a CD drive as a shaft and a CD as a wheel.
    • PowerPedia >
      • Parallel Path Magnet Technology - Joe Flynn's Parallel Path technology is based upon the confinement, manipulation, and direction of flux fields within a core. While exotic performance is obtained, the basis for the art resides within accepted principals of physics. (PESWiki; Jan.1)
      • CD Motor by Tim Harwood - Apparatus objective is to mimic the exotic results claimed by Robert Adams, yet in a low cost with ubiquitous materials. (PESWiki; Jan.1)
      • PODcore - Two wind layers on the ring magnet stack provide additional potential to the demagnetization cycle taking place on the core. (PESWiki; Jan.1)
    • Google News Eugene Mallove > Of those we lost in 2004 - New Hampshire newspaper remembers Cold Fusion advocate, Gene Mallove: "an engineer and environmental scientist with commitment, charm and brains...." (Nashua Telegraph; NH; Jan. 1)
    • PESWiki Tip of the Day - An "edit" link will appear at the beginning of each section that begins with a header ("=header=" etc).  Each header automatically appears as an entry in the table of contents. (PESWiki)

    Saturday, Jan. 1, 2005
    550201 cumulative visits; 6:31 am GMT/UTC

    Advertisement appeared in Time magazine Nov. 8, 2004 issue.

    2005 New Years Comment:
    by Sterling D. Allan, Executive Director, PES Network Inc.


    n the world of Free Energy pursuit, we often give "the establishment" companies a bad rap for suppressing forward thinking ideas and technologies.  I'm not denying that some underhanded suppression has taken place over the years.  The old camp often resists the new thing, especially when it threatens or challenges the turf of their ego, scientific prowess, and financial earnings. 

         Nevertheless, we need to give credit where credit is due.  The above advertisement by GM for their hybrid truck that carries with it four power outlets, with an illustration of how those trucks served a crucial supportive role in recovering from the Florida hurricanes this past summer, demonstrates the kind of leadership and future thinking that we celebrate and to which we ourselves aim.

        With the mega tsunami of a few days ago, and so much of the world in a mind set of helping those stricken people survive and rebuild, the above ad illustrates that mainstream companies are producing products that will make a difference.  Imagine the decades of engineering that the above truck represents.  The reliability, the road worthiness.  What they have is a portable generator and transport vehicle wrapped up in one.

        I say, "way to go GM."  They did good.  In fifty years, we will have the same amount of engineering time and expertise behind these new technologies that are now emerging from years of research and development, preparing for our pioneering phase of introduction.  Meanwhile, these examples of leadership by established companies is worth celebration and honor.

    Tsunami Animation
    by NAOO
    • Special > PESWiki Tip of the Day > Indian Ocean Tsunami - Wikipedia's page exemplifies the power of wiki.  This world community generated webpage is now probably the world's premier page on that subject, becoming an invaluable resource.  Peruse the collection of videos it links to.  View it's history tab to see how many people have contributed, and how active the page is.  Imagine that kind of effort being devoted to the PESWiki alternative/free energy site.  (PESWiki; Dec. 31)


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