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Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010

  • Hydro > Wave > Buoys >
    Wave Power Lights Up U.S. Electrical Grid For First Time - Ocean Power Technologies has hooked up its PB40 PowerBuoy to the grid at the Marine Corps Base in Hawaii, marking the first time waves have provided energy to the U.S. electrical grid. A 10 MW PowerBuoy station occupies 12.5 hectares of ocean. (Inhabitat; Sept. 28, 2010)
  • Conspiracy / Global Warming > Geoengineering >
    What in the World are they Spraying? (video) - See this trailer for a new documentary film by G. Edward Griffin coming Oct. 22 about the Chemtrail/Geo-Engineering Coverup. Griffin exposes the WHO and the WHY behind those crisscrossed streaks of white clouds trailing behind jet aircraft, stretching from horizon to horizon, which rather than fade like contrails, expand, containing toxic barium and aluminum. (YouTube / TheAlexJonesChannel; Sept. 29, 2010)

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

  • Feature: Contests / Grid >
    GE Ecomagination Challenge - In addition to prize money for the best ideas, GE and its funding partners have allocated $200 million to go toward the development of key concepts that will help reshape the grid, whether it be by providing more affordable and stable clean power, or help with the transmission, or help in the efficiency on the consumption end. See the NEC's proposal to fund its vetting of the best Maverick technologies. (PESWiki; Sept. 29, 2010)
  • Events: Electromagnetic / Radiant Energy >
    Renaissance Conference November 13-14, 2010 - A Workshop giving people a chance to spend time at the shop with John Bedini and others of like-mind in actual assembly of his cutting edge energy technology, including the R-Charge battery chargers, Bedini/Cole magnetic window motor energizers, and electric vehicle conversions. "This may be more significant than the '84 Tesla Symposium." -- Rick Friedrich (R-Charge; Sept. 2010)
  • Solar PV > Thin Film >
    Stanford Unveils Solar Cells Thinner Than Light Wavelengths - Engineers at Stanford recently announced that they have developed a new type of solar cell thinner than the wavelengths of light that could absorb 10 times the amount of sunlight that current cells do. By configuring the thicknesses of several thin layers of films, an organic polymer cell could transform the solar energy industry. (Inhabitat; Sept. 28, 2010)

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

  • Feature: EVs >
    Choosing Vanity Tones for Electric Vehicles - Suggestions for researchers at the University of Warwick, who are experimenting with sounds that could eventually be applied to all EVs to apprize pedestrians of oncoming electric vehicles, which are too quiet. The artificial sounds would assist with info about size, direction, speed, accelerating, decelerating. (PESN; September 28, 2010)
  • Ley Lines / Gravity Motors / Organizations > WITTS >
    WITTS Overunity Independent Verifications (video) - This clip features Timothy Thrapp speaking with Richard Lobwein, an Australian telecommunications specialist who travelled all the way from Down Under to inspect and evaluate a range of WITTS advanced energy technologies, including a ley line generator and a gravity motor. They discuss some of the theory behind overunity systems. (YouTube / WITS2014; Sept. 27, 2010)

Monday, September 27, 2010

Sunday, September 26, 2010

  • Feature: Electrolysis > Hydroxy > Boyce >
    News update on Bob Boyce - The latest on the famous Boyce's travels, projects, accomplishments, plans in hydroxy research, pulse width modulator controllers. A mention of feeding HHOi under pressure with air into the fuel rail for eliminating the need for petrol in a vehicle. (PESN; Sept. 26, 2010)
  • Wind > Offshore / Largest >
    World’s Biggest Offshore Wind Farm Is Activated - On Friday, the UK opened the Thanet Wind Farm, the largest offshore wind farm in the world with 100 turbines spread over 35 kilometres in the North Sea; capable of generating up to 300 megawatts of electricity – enough to power over 200,000 homes or a small city. (Inhabitat; Sept. 24, 2010)

Saturday, September 25, 2010

  • Lighting / Magnetism >
    Magnetic Power Offers Energy-Saving Alternative - The U.S. Office of Naval Research Global is involved in a technology developed in Tokyo which is a magnetic energy regulation device that controls the flow of energy to lighting sources. The device also captures residual magnetic energy given off by energy transmitters which it redirects back into the lighting. Total savings can be nearly 40% at peak times. (Science Daily; Sept. 24, 2010)

Friday, September 24, 2010

  • Feature: News > Raw Hopper >
    Raw Free Energy News Hopper: Energy Tower - Items I placed in my news hopper, intending to format them for inclusion in the news, but limitations of having only so many hours in a day prevented it. Rather than have them go unannounced altogether, I present them here in a raw format. (FreeEnergyNews; Sept. 21, 2010)
  • Flight / Human-Powered >
    First Continuous Flight of a Human-Powered Ornithopter! - A University of Toronto student has succeeded where Leonardo Da Vinci had failed, completing the first continuous flight of the human-powered aircraft known as an ornithopter. Todd Reichert , a PhD student at the U of T Institute for Aerospace Studies at the University of Toronto, succeeded in piloting the aircraft, which flies by flapping its wings like a bird. (Inhabitat; Sept. 23, 2010)

Thursday, September 23, 2010

  • Nanotech / Storage > Batteries > Li-ion >
    Paper-Thin Batteries Provide Bendable Power - New carbon nanotube-based technology could literally allow companies to paint layers of electricity-holding lithium-ion on standard pieces of paper. The new batteries, which are just 300 μm thick, are thinner and more flexible, and they exhibit higher energy density and other electrical advantages, compared with other types of thin batteries. (Chemical & Engineering News; Sept. 20, 2010)

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

  • OS / DIY: Solar >
    Solar tracking circuit - Developed as an open source project, this inexpensive device accurately tracks the position of the sun and can be applied to a wide range of solar tracking devices. It uses GaP LEDs as sensors which feed a comparator chip which in turn drives transistors providing simple bi-directional motor control. The device has been used on solar PV, solar cookers, solar concentrators and more. (GreenWatts)

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

  • Fuel Efficiency > Super Fuel Efficient Vehicles >
    Avion car goes border to border on one tank of diesel - In 1984, Craig Henderson and Bill Green built a one-of-a-kind super fuel-efficient car called the Avion. In 1986, it set the Guinness world record for fuel economy by averaging 103.7 mpg (2.27L/100km) while driving from the Mexican to Canadian borders. It is still on the road... and breaking its own records. On August 29th, they drove 1,478 miles (2,379 km) to the Mexican border getting 119.1mpg (1.97L/100km). (GizMag; Sept. 15, 2010)
  • Pollution >
    Online Shopping May Actually Increase Pollution - British researchers have concluded that nless online shoppers order 25 items at a time, they're polluting more than if they shopped at their local mall. An environmental benefit only occurs 'if online shopping replaces 3.5 traditional shopping trips, or if the distance traveled to where the purchase is made is more than 50 kilometers.... (Slashdot; Sept. 20, 2010)

Monday, September 20, 2010

  • Solar > Overviews >
    Here Comes the Sun - Here's a great documentary by a Dutch public service TV station, VPRO, about how the sun could easily provide the planet with sufficient energy, if only we are willing to change and to invest in harvesting that solar energy. "This documentary will leave you feeling totally refreshed and recharged. Show's how fear is striking the hearts of oil producers already." -- Andrew Lee (YouTube / VPRO Backlight; Oct. 21, 2008)

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Saturday, September 18, 2010

  • Feature / Best Exotic FE: Gravity Motors / Magnet Motors >
    Alpha Omega Galaxy Freefall Generator (AOGFG) - A UK inventor has come up with a device that combines forces of gravity and magnets with a flywheel to produce power. External power is required to get it rotating, but once it comes up to speed, it allegedly produces excess energy. A local newspaper, as well as 14 UK Engineers and the patent office have all allegedly witnessed it in operation. (PESWiki; Sept. 18, 2010)

Friday, September 17, 2010

Thursday, September 16, 2010

  • Nanotech / Biomimetics / Solar >
    Plant-Mimicking Solar Cells Can Self-Assemble - Scientists at MIT have created a breakthrough solution to one of the biggest problems facing solar cells by mimicking the world's best harvesters of solar energy: plants. Over time, sunlight breaks down the materials in solar cells, leading to a gradual degradation of devices aiming to harvest the energy in that light. Plants don't have this problem. (EcoGeek; Sept. 7, 2010)
  • Vibrations / Solid State >
    Cell Phones Powered by Conversations - Just as speakers transform electric signals into sound, the opposite process -- of turning sound into a source of electrical power -- is possible, according to Scientists from Korea who have turned the main ingredient of calamine lotion into a tiny material that converts sound waves into electricity. Other noise sources such as traffic could also be harnesses for the power grid. (Discovery; Sept. 13, 2010)

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Monday, September 13, 2010

  • Top 100 / Feature: Hydro > Ocean Wave > Buoys >
    Spindrift Hydrokinetic Energy Device - This ocean wave harnessing technology takes advantage of the difference between wave height on the surface versus water stability deeper down. It is a buoy system that locates the alternator in the surface buoy, with a turbine down deep, by which water is accelerated via a venture shape through which the water flows. (PESWiki; Sept. 13, 2010)

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Saturday, September 11, 2010

  • Feature: Electromagnetic > TWM >
    TWM gets US patent on electromagnetic motor - Allegedly, not only does TWM Technology, LLC's motor produces enough electricity to keep its batteries topped off, with energy left over for other use, but it also produces torque. The motor does not heat up under load, so it can be built from cheaper materials, including wood and plastic. (PESN; Sept. 11, 2010)

Friday, September 10, 2010

  • Cold Fusion / Magazines > Infinite Energy Magazine >
    Infinite Energy: Issue 93: Turquoise Revolution - The Turquoise Revolution, by Brian O’Leary • Summary 2010 CF Colloquium at MIT • Flaws in Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity • Experimental Support for Fractional Quantum State of the Electron (e/3) • Electrical Properties of Bi Filament Changed with Storage Time and Gamma Irradiation • Developing an Efficient Low-Temperature Nuclear Fusion Reaction • Corrected de Broglie Wavelength Equations • Overcoming Huizenga’s “Miracles” ... (Sept/Oct 2010)

Thursday, September 9, 2010

  • Solar > Dye / BioElectricity > Algae >
    Solar Cells Made From Bioluminescent Jellyfish; Algaelectricity - Swedish researchers have devised a way to turn the green fluorescent protein (GFP) from bioluminescent jellyfish into solar cells. The GFP-powered cells work like dye-sensitized solar cells, but don't require expensive materials such as titanium dioxide. Also, a look at biophotovoltaic devices based on algae and photosynthetic bacteria. (New Scientist; Sept. 7, 2010)

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

  • Legal > Patent Resources > Skeptics >
    Edison’s Failed Plot To Hijack Hollywood - Tells how Thomas Edison tried--and failed--to control the early motion picture industry through patents, and how his system, had it worked would have stifled innovation and delayed the Golden Age of Hollywood by decades. Edison assembled representatives of the nation’s biggest movie companies and invited them to sign a monopolistic peace treaty. (Wired; Sept. 4, 2010)

Monday, September 6, 2010

  • Water > as Fuel > Hydrogen > Hydroxy >
    God give Hydrogen Convertes to all of mankind - On a TV program, It's Supernatural, a Christion visionary, Jason Westerfield, says: "Just as we had an industrial age, right now this generation will be known as the energy age... I saw some converters, that because of these [hydrogen] converters, every nation will be able to utilize and be self-sufficient in their own energy, and because of that, the world will not be dependent on oil, and we will see literally a global shift in power begin to take place." (Captain Willy; Oct. 31, 2008)

Sunday, September 5, 2010

  • Emergency Preparedness / US Gov / Electromagnetic > EMP >
    Electronic Armageddon (video | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5) - Explorer investigates the science behind the dangers of a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse, or HEMP, from the vantage point of the President. Picture an instantaneous deathblow to the vital engines that power our society, delivered by a nuclear weapon designed not to kill humans but to attack electronics, crippling every aspect of modern society's infrastructure. (YouTube / DiscoveryTVChannel; July 16, 2010)

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Friday, September 3, 2010

  • EVs > Electric Cars > Cautions >
    Depreciation May Hit Electric Cars Harder Than Regular Cars - Mitsubishi has put out a chart to the BBC which suggests that the higher up-front costs of an electric car, plus the increased depreciation, mean in the long haul it could cost a lot more than a petrol powered car. Mitsubishi seems to think that electric cars will lose their value quicker mostly because of the battery packs. (Gas 2.0; Aug. 30, 2010)
  • Conspiracy > Health > Vaccinations >
    Vaccine Death Coverup Implodes Worldwide (video) - Once again the government wants to push it's mercury filled vaccines on everyone, especially children. Alex Jones breaks down swine-flu fraud hoax which was proven last year and the new developments that are happening this flu season. He also exposes the Rockfeller plan to lower the global population by sterilizing people with vaccines. (YouTube / TheAlexJonesChannel; Sept. 1, 2010)

Thursday, September 2, 2010

  • Solar > PV >
    New Stick-on Solar Panels Make Installations a Snap - Global Solar unveiled a new type of flexible solar module that builders can stick directly on the roof, rather than constructing racks to hold heavy glass-covered cells. The modules won’t cost less than traditional arrays, at least initially, but they make it easier to include solar power at the time of construction and, without the racks, can cover a greater portion of the roof and provide more power. (Inhabitat; Aug. 31, 2010)
  • Feature: Conspiracy >
    The two sides: How people get roped in - My friend, Joel Skousen, nephew of W. Cleon Skousen, Grandfather of the patriot movement, has a classic interview on Alex Jones' radio show, discussing how people get blinded and get involved in furthering the agenda of the conspiracy to establish a world police state antithetical to freedom (and free energy). (PESWiki; Sept. 1, 2010)

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

  • Feature: Geothermal > Raser >
    Steam Dream: Utah's Geothermal Energy Potential - Geothermal compared to other renewables as well as coal and natural gas. Raser is deploying cost-effective geothermal resources, able to harness lower-heat input (200 - 300 degrees F) compared to usual flash-to-steam geothermal processes. Unlike wind or solar, geothermal is capable of base-load power production, providing constant output. (PESN; September 1, 2010)


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