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PESWiki News -- May 2009 Archive

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Sunday, May 31, 2009

  • Orgone / Bio-Energetics / Weather Control >
    Wilhelm Reich and the Orgone Energy (video) - Dr. James DeMeo provides a brief overview of Dr. Wilhelm Reich's work and findings on the orgone energy, or life-energy, which have been subjected to careful scientific scrutiny and evaluation, being verified and confirmed in their major aspects, even while his malicious critics continue to ignore or distort this record of accomplishment and discovery. (YouTube; May 11, 2009)

Saturday, May 30, 2009

  • Nuclear > Fusion
    Giant Laser Reactor Unveiled in California - The $3.5-billion-dollar National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will focus 192 laser beams on a hydrogen pellet the size of a bead, heating it to incredible temperatures in an attempt to recreate the power of the sun, in an event that could light the entire country for a split second. (Fox News; May 29, 2009) [Like trying to harness a hurricane?]

Friday, May 29, 2009

  • Free Energy >
    World renowned physicist challenged over free energy machines - Nuclear physicist, Dr. Robert Koontz, has written an open letter challenging Dr. Michio Kaku who recently called free energy machines "impossible" in a recent interview on Coast to Coast AM, saying he needs to reconsider their feasibility based on unknown principles such as alternate dimensions. (Examiner; May 29, 2009)
  • Solar > Largest
    The race to build the world's biggest solar power plant heats up - The race to build the world’s largest solar power plant continues with Arizona Public Service and Starwood Energy Group Global LLC unveiling plans for a 290-megawatt concentrating solar plant west of Phoenix. Named Starwood Solar, it will produce enough electricity to power more than 73,000 homes and is scheduled for completion by 2013. (GizMag; May 26, 2009)

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

  • Solar > Vehicles >
    Plans to build Arizona bullet train fired by the sun - Solar Bullet LLC is developing a bullet train that will be powered by the sun. At 220mph the train could travel from Tucson to Phoenix in just 30 minutes. The system would need 110 megawatts of electricity to run, generated by solar panels mounted above the tracks, and is slated for operation beginning in 2018. (GizMag; May 26, 2009)

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

  • Nanotechnology / Storage > Capacitors >
    Print-on-Demand Power - Flexible carbon-nanotube supercapacitors could give more power to cell phones and other electronics. Researchers have made the first printable supercapacitor. This high-performance energy-storage device performs better than conventional supercapacitors currently on the market. (MIT Technology Review; April 27, 2009)

Monday, May 25, 2009

  • Featured: Suppression / Movies >
    Race to Witch Mountain -- a Metaphor - This new Disney film is amazingly on point when it comes to depicting how the BlackOps control advanced technologies via off-budget, huge projects, in cahoots with certain elements within the U.S. government, often in blatant disregard for the large picture in favor of some myopic agenda. (PESWiki; May 25, 2009) (Comment at
  • Biomass > Ethanol >
    Cellulosic Ethanol on the Cheap - Mascoma, a cellulosic biofuels company based in Lebanon, NH, reports significant advances in its goal of simplifying the cellulosic ethanol process by skipping the use of costly enzymes, which could potentially reduce cellulosic ethanol's production costs by 20 to 30 percent. (MIT Technology Review; May 12, 2009)

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Saturday, May 23, 2009

  • Featured: Tools >
    The New Jersey Corporation for Advanced Technology (NJCAT) - A private/public partnership that pools the best talents and diverse resources of business and industry, entrepreneurs, university research centers, utilities and government to promote the development and commercialization of exciting, new energy and environmental technologies. (PESWiki; March 6, 2009)
  • Biomass / Plastic / Alt Fuels >
    Plastic and Fuel That Grow On Trees - Chemists have learned how to convert plant biomass directly into a chemical building block that can be used to produce not only fuel, but also plastics, polyester, and industrial chemicals, cheaply and efficiently. (GizMag; May 20, 2009)

Friday, May 22, 2009

  • Featured: Magnet Motors >
    Swiss Ring Magnet Motor - DISPROVED. Site claims: "A current is produced in the ring because of the magnetic field of the magnet, this current creates a secondary magnetic field around the ring that is little delayed from the primary magnetic field of the magnet..." However, the rotation is merely a function of magnetic pull on the twisted threads. (PESWiki; May 22, 2009)

Thursday, May 21, 2009

  • Featured: Magnet Motors > Mylow > Forum >
    What's your take on Mylow and his magnet motor? (deactivated 5/29 with 736 votes) - Poll posted by Sterling, with the following range of answer options: - Will soon be vindicated (4%) - Sincere inventor scared by MIB (23%) - Psychotic faker from the beginning (53%) - Planted to discredit FE movement (5%) - Don't know / none of the above (14%). (; May 21, 2009)

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

  • Wind > High Altitude Wind Power >
    Harnessing High Winds With Giant Kites - On overview of various companies and groups seeking to develop viable, reliable methods of harnessing energy from high altitude winds, which carry hundreds of times more energy and are more constant than those near the ground. A look at Delft University of Technology's Laddermill; Google-supported Makani; University of Sussex; and Kitegen of Italy. (Alternative Energy News; May 20, 2009)

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

  • Featured: Events >
    2009 Jarboes Mill AEPC Energy Show n’ Tell Event - Come and see who and what shows up in Maryland May 30-31 this year. It's the second annual Woodstock of free and renewable energy. Covering both conventional and exotic clean energy technologies -- mainly the latter. Bring your own tin foil hat. (PESWiki; May 19, 2009)

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Friday, May 15, 2009

  • Magnet Motors > Mylow > OS:MYLOW:Theory >
    Mylow's gate - "I have explained that the switching is very important and you must understand that first. I don't care how many magnets you glue on that disc it's not going to work until you understand the switch and where the energy is coming from." -- John Bedini (Mylow_Magmo; May 15, 2009 11:57 am Mountain)
  • Electromagnetic > Bedini SG >
    Spinning Magnet Using Bedini Circuit (video) - I found this looking for a back-up copy of Bedini's video about Howard Johnson's linear track and magnet motor. A cow magnet is seen spinning vertically on top of a plate over a Bedini coil powered by a 9-V battery on the input side, powering a 9-V on the output. (YouTube by Pirate88179; May 03, 2009)
  • Clean Coal >
    Phoenix Firm Offers Nation 'Clear Coal' Solution - A new company, Phoenix-based CoalSack Energy's Clear Coal™ technology makes it possible to convert any type or grade of coal into three basic by-products — char, synthetic oil and synthetic gas — through one integrated process, and it produces one barrel of crude per ton of coal processed. (Bob McCarty Writes; May 14, 2009)

Thursday, May 14, 2009

  • Awards >
    CleanTech Open - $1 million USD set aside by organization whose "mission is to serve as an innovation catalyst for ... entrepreneurs and early-stage companies creating clean, environmentally sustainable technologies. Any inventor, technologist or clean tech enthusiast is invited to submit a three-page Executive Summary by May 30th."

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

  • Magnet Motors > Mylow > Data / Videos >
    RPM Data of Mylow's All-Magnet Motor - LightRider has programmed some software that works with an external sensor to automatically perform an acceleration analysis of any of Mylow's videos. Analysis of his glass table video from May 2 shows rapid acceleration at first, then reaching an equilibrium speed at around 5 minutes, which is maintained to the end of the ~10-minute video. (PESWiki; May 12, 2009)

Monday, May 11, 2009

  • Books > Breakthrough Power >
    Breakthrough Power book receives silver award - For 26 years, Independent Publisher has been recognizing the work of publishers who exhibit the courage and creativity necessary to take chances, break new ground, and bring about change, not only to the world of publishing, but to our society. This year they recognized Jeane Manning and Joel Garbon's book with one of their Outstanding Book of the Year awards. (; 2009)
  • Humor / Global Warming >
    Two Sides of the Same Coin (video) - The Stuart David Show -- Episode 12 -- A Foothill in the Mouth, provides a good-natured poking fun at environmentalism and extremism from either end of the spectrum. (Vimeo; Apr. 2009)

Sunday, May 10, 2009

  • Cold Fusion > Theories
    QED cavity up conversion is relativistic confusing measurements re LENR - "I am proposing that the hydrino state of relativistic hydrogen inside a Casimir cavity can only occur if vacuum fluctuations twist on the temporal axis appearing to an observer in our plane as getting faster and taking all matter diffused in the field such as the hydrogen atom along for the ride leading to the fractional quantum hydrino." (ScienceBlog; May 3, 2009)

Saturday, May 9, 2009

  • Wind > Augmentation
    Donut-Shaped Plastic Improves Turbine Output By 30% - Leviathan Energy has come up with a way to improve wind turbine efficiency that has nothing to do with the size or angle of the blades. The company's Wind Energizer is instead a donut-shaped structure made of plastic and steel that wraps around the base of the turbine to maximize wind velocity aimed at the blades. (EcoGeek; May 1, 2009)
  • Solar > Concentrated > Largest >
    Spain Plugs In World's Largest Solar Tower - The world's largest solar tower has started generating electricity in Seville, Spain. The PS20 plant has a capacity of 20 MW and will be able to power 10,000 homes. The plant is made up of 1,255 mirrors, each taking up 1,291 square feet, that focus solar radiation on a 531-foot tower. The heat boils water in the tower which creates steam. The steam then turns a turbine, making electricity. (EcoGeek; Apr. 28, 2009)

Friday, May 8, 2009

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Saturday, May 2, 2009

  • EV > Hybrids > Plug-in >
    100 MPG Bright IDEA Unveiled - The IDEA plug-in hybrid is designed specifically for commercial and government fleets. It has a 30-mile all-electric range before the hybrid engine takes over, which achieves 70 mpg. (EcoGeek; April 21, 2009)

Friday, May 1, 2009


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