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- Ken Shoulders >
In Memory of Ken Shoulders, Visionary in Field of Exotic Vacuum Objects (EVOs) - "Ken's brilliance will be missed in the scientific community as a visionary in the field of new-energy exotic vacuum objects (EVOs). He was a leader in this new frontier but perhaps best-known to the scientific community as the father of vacuum microelectronics." (PureEnergyBlog; July 10, 2013)
- Conspiracy > Conspiracy Theory > Suppression / Obituaries >
The Death of Fred Bell after Conspiracy Theory taping on Free Energy - In his interview on Coast to Coast on July 25, 2012, after explaining that the Conspiracy Theory series he had completed in Nov. 2011, on time for commencing the 2012 season, had not aired yet, Jesse Ventura told George Noory that Fred Bell was still in town for continued work with the episode taping when he keeled over from a "heart attack" [which can be induced]. (YouTube; August 14, 2012)
- Cold Fusion >
New Energy Advocate, Hal Fox Dies - Harold 'Hal' Fox, a cold fusion and new energy advocate for many years, passed away on August 20, just a few days shy of his 89th birthday. He was a missile systems engineer at Hughes, a member of the Advanced Engineering Department at Sperry and director of the first research laboratory at the University of Utah Research Park. (Infinite Energy; August 28, 2012)
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion >
LENR-to-Market Weekly -- August 9, 2012 - Highlights this week include: the passing of Martin Fleischmann eulogized widely in the alternative and mainstream press; NI Week brings stature to cold fusion, with prominent mentions, a booth of a functioning system by Celani, and several presentations; Rossi's 1000+ degree C system third party tested; LENRConnect launched. (PESN; August 9, 2012)
- Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion >
Mainstream Coverage of Fleischmann's Death Mentions Nothing of Technology Nearing Marketplace - In eulogizing the cold fusion pioneer, not only did AP writer, Peter Svensson, who I met at the October 28 demonstration of Andrea Rossi's 1 Megawatt cold fusion plant in Bologna not mention any of the present developments in the field, but he said merely: "Research on 'cold fusion' persists on the fringes of the scientific world." (PESN; August 8, 2012)
- Featured: Obituaries >
In Memory of Brian O'Leary - Brian O'Leary, founder of the New Energy Movement (which largely gave rise to our New Energy Congress), author, speaker, astronaut, and a leading voice in the new energy and planetary sustainability movements, passed away July 29 , 2011 at age 70 at his home in Vilcabamba, Ecuador as he rested in the arms of his beloved wife Meredith. He will be greatly missed. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; July 30, 2011)
- Featured: Obituaries > O'Leary >
Jeane Manning Shares Memories of Brian O'Leary - Free energy author, speaker, and friend, Jeane shares the pivotal role Brian played both in her own life as well as in the movement in general to inspire and shape things. He helped launch her first book, The Coming Energy Revolution, on which he was going to be a co-author. (Changing Power; August 14, 2011)
- Feature: Water as Fuel > Electrolysis > H from Water >
Explosion at California water fuel research company kills inventor - On Thursday afternoon, 28-year-old inventor, Tyson Larson was killed in an explosion that ripped a hole in the roof and blew out the back doors to a Simi Valley building of the family member's company, Realm Industries, which was seeking to develop his water fuel technology. (PESN; June 18, 2010) (Comments)
- Obituaries >
Bob Boyce's Wife Passed Away Today (December 24, 2009)
- Magnet Motor Pioneer Dies - Howard Johnson of Blacksburg, Virginia passed away on the evening of Jan. 2, 2008. He was one of the most famous names in the field of Magnet Motor research, in which magnets are the only motive force. (PESWiki; Jan. 4, 2008)
- Bert Schreiber - Charles Bert Schreiber, Lt. USN Ret., age 83, of Bellaire, TX, died October 19, 2007 after a brief illness. He was a truly brilliant man who contributed much to science in his own way. He was never afraid to take a position (which he knew to be correct) i spite of overwhelming odds against him. AND, he had a great knack for simplifying complcated equations ad concepts to a few simple basic concepts. (National Philosophy Science; Oct. 30, 2008)
- Robert George Adams - Inventor of the Adams Motor, passed away on the night of May 10, 2006 in New Zealand. In his late 80's, he had a serious stroke recently which had paralyzed his left side. He will be missed.
- Walt Rosenthal Departs - New energy researcher who tested a wide range of devices, encouraging with due diligence, will be missed. Memorial services were held Jan. 27, in Santa Maria, California.
- Aerielle Louise Has Died - A proponent of new energy and new thinking, involved with several internet radio programs, passed away on July 30 or 31, 2007. The circumstances of her death are tragic, and ironically present us with a personal manifestation of the effects of the warming of our planet.
- Free-Energy Battery Inventor Killed at Airport?' - Official statement cites "natural causes" but others familiar with the disruptive potential of Arie M. DeGeus' technology to the existing power structure consider it a probable assassination. (PESN; Dec. 5, 2007)
- Arie DeGeus Research and Death - Tim Ventura gives a brief review of the abundant and very significant work of the late Arie M. DeGeus, and the primary surviving associates. (PESN; Dec. 10, 2007)
- David Hamel - David Hamel successfully claimed/proved to be given insights into the principles of free energy, anti-gravity and how to build a flying saucer engine. Had many prototypes which worked and lots of actual data/drawings and knowledge on the concepts of free energy apparatus'. He was and probably still is one of the most misunderstood free energy pioneers since the 1970's. (April 2009) (See also, remarks by Jeane Manning)
- Doug Conway - Founder of "Views on High" wireless aircraft systems.
- Eugene Mallove - Cold Fusion champion, and editor of Infinite Energy magazine, was brutally murdered May 14, 2004. (Pure Energy Systems)
Other Free Energy Heroes
- Cold Fusion >
Fleischmann Dead at 85: End of an Era - Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer with B. Stanley Pons in 1989 of a phenomenon they initially attributed to nuclear fusion, still colloquially called "cold fusion", is dead at 85. He died on Aug. 3 at his home in Tisbury, U.K., in the presence of his family. He suffered from numerous health problems for many years. (NewEnergyTimes; August 4, 2012)
- Nuclear > Cold Fusion >
Cold Fusion theorist, Scott Chubb, has passed away - Cold fusion theorist and Infinite Energy technical editor Dr. Scott Robinson Chubb, Sr. passed away at the age of 58 on March 25, 2011 after a long illness. Scott was born in 1953 in New York; received his B.A. degree in Physics from Princeton, and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees, also in physics, from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook. (Infinite Energy; April 18, 2011)
- Vortex Technologies >
Vortex Mechanics Champion, W. Baumgartner will be missed - Author, Jeane Manning, gives an amazing eulogy that is more like an encyclopedic entry and historic snapshot of the world of vortex technologies and the extensive role William Baumgartner played in that field as experimenter, speaker, and publisher. (Changing Power; January 3, 2011)
- Electromagnetic > Millennial Motors >
Plane crash kills three from team marketing game-changing motor - A July 10 plane crash killed the president, CEO and CFO of US Highland Inc. which is the marketing arm for Millennial Motors, Inc., whose magnetronic motor will allegedly require as much as 70 per cent less battery usage for the same run time, and weigh as much as 40 per cent less than the existing competition. (Changing Power; July 17, 2010)
- Nuclear / ZPE > Wingate Lambertson >
Remembering energy inventor Dr. Lambertson - The late Wingate Lambertson, Ph.D., a nuclear scientist of Florida, was able to light a row of lamps in his garage using what he says is electricity taken from the energy of space, via his "cermet" material arranged in an "E-dam" through a process he called World Into Neutrinos (WIN). A dream he was given said the technology would emerge to the world in 2018. (Changing Power; July 13, 2010)
- Mark Tomion (Stardrive device) passed away in June - Hal Ade writes: "Mark was working on a capacitive-type device, the StarDrive Electrodynamic Field Generator (EDF), and was, in a step-by-step manner of sequential development, coming very, very close to what most New Energy types have termed a working 'overunity' electrical generator." (ZPEnergy; August 06, 2009)
- Charles Yost's passing - Executive editor of the Electric Spacecraft Journal, passed away March 29 from pancreatic cancer. (ZPEnergy; March 30, 2005)
- Bill Muller - Inventor of the William (Bill) Muller Dynamo, passed January 22, 2004, at the age of 72. His work is being perpetuated by his daughter Carmen.
Conventional Renewable Energy Hero Obituaries
- Conspiracy / Movies > Sirius >
"Sirius" documentary film maker's father is shot at the Wisconsin Sikh temple - Dr. Steven Greer has set the web on fire by tweeting that popular SIRIUS film maker, Amardecp Kaleka's father was shot at the Wisconsin Sikh Temple today which left 7 dead, including the alleged gunman. Eyewitnesses report 4 shooters in what is likely another false flag operation by the government. (BeforeItsNews; August 1, 2012)
- Top 100 / Obituaries: EVs > Tesla Motors >
Tesla Motors employees' plane crash takes out power in Palo Alto - In a tragic turn of events today, three Tesla Motors employees were killed when their small Cessna plane clipped a power line during take-off in fog, taking out power to the city also known as Silicon Valley. No one was killed on the ground. (MSNBC; Feb. 17, 2010) (Other coverage)
- John Kanzius remembered by friends, family The man who gained world wide attention with his radio wave machine to fight cancer was remembered as a hero and man of vision. John Kanzius lived part time on Sanibel Island. But it was in his hometown of Erie, Pennsylvania that his friends and family said goodbye to him. (Includes video.) (MSNBC; Feb. 24, 2009)
- Obituary: Geoffrey Ballard helped usher in hydrogen age - “He once said to me that we were witnessing the death of the internal combustion engine", said Ballard’s son Mark. “His hope for Ballard Power Systems was that it would herald the birth of the hydrogen economy. (Global BC"; August 5, 2008)
- Dr. Robert W. Bussard Passed Away - Polywell Fusion Continues - The inventor of one of NEC's Top 100 energy technologies, the Inertial Electrodynamic Fusion Device passed away. (Slashdot; Oct. 12, 2007)
- Star Trek's 'Scotty' Dies - James Doohan, 85, died of complications from pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease at his home in Redmond, Wash. (CBS News; July 20, 2005)
- John DeLorean Dies at 80 - Founder of DeLorean Motors. DeLorean's stainless-steel, gull-winged car, was featured in the 1985 film "Back to the Future" and its two sequels. (CNN; March 20, 2005)
- Victor R. Hansen - 89, of Dike, Iowa, died March 23, 2008, at the Shell Rock Care Center, Shell Rock, Iowa. He owned a Keely Motor ,of which the executor of his estate would like returned.
- Jules Verne - France's sci-fi ambassador, feted 100 years after death - Author of "20,000 leagues under the sea," died March 24, 1905. Impact still felt today. (Designerz; March 21, 2005)