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Page first posted November 10, 2011

The following videos are past features that we've had on the home page at


Presently Being Featured on Home Page

  • Electromagnetic > Steorn >
    Steorn: behind the scenes of free energy dreams [Home page feature] - YouTube subscriber Eltimple has uploaded a set of videos apparently culled from behind the scenes of Steorn during those heady times. The best one by far is a Queen-flavoured musical extravaganza that stitches together a lot of before, during and after shots of the Orbo demo from the Dublin Waterways centre of just over two years ago. (; February 24, 2012)

Until February 27, 2012

"Free Energy" is the first release of a series of viral music videos produced by J Brave of Elevate, featuring the Luminaries with Aishah. Launched November 9, 2011 as part of the Thrive movement, the series is intend to bring awareness to globally significant issues and solutions.

Until November 10, 2011

On Jan. 8, 2010, Sterling D. Allan gave a 1.5-hour presentation titled The Top 10 Exotic Free Energy Technologies for the 4th Annual Earth Transformation conference in Kona, Hawaii. This presentation featured those technologies outside the realm of conventional renewables that Sterling deems to be the most promising in the near future to become available and make a profound impact when they do. Full Video here.

Until January 2010

Introductory segment of a 1.5-hour video interview with sEnergy Technologies, a Salt Lake City company that specializes in making energy-savings products available to commercial and residential customers. These products generally not only save money on electricity, but also improve output quality, with a fairly short time for return on investment.

Until May 2009

Ended up being a hoax.

(7:48 min) Mylow's Replication of Howard Johnson's All-Magnet Motor -- Last Video (Apr. 3), after the MIB incident. See plans. Annotations by Sterling Allan.

Until April 2009

(9:58 min) Oct. 20, 2008 interview with Cesar Soos, Co-inventor of Keppean Scalar Motor. Agreed to open source the project. See full interview.

Until November 2008


(Started featured videos on the home page of PESWiki in June, 2008)

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