Thursday, January 30, 2014

Peter Lindemann's Free Energy Newsletter, January 28, 2014

Peter Lindemann, Photo:
First of all, I hope you had a relaxing and enjoyable Holiday Season, and that you
are refreshed and energized for a New Year. This year promises to be another
spectacular time of innovation with the continued release of more advanced
information on Energy Technologies.


For the last couple of years, I have been encouraging you and the rest of my
subscribers to learn as much as you can about the advanced energy technologies
I report on. If you have participated in this learning project, you now know the
basic science behind a number of significant "free energy" systems, including
"regenerative DC motors", heat pumps with mechanical energy recovery,
"mechanical amplifiers" that leverage Newton's Third Law of Motion to
produce again, and a number of others!

This positions you very well for participating in some "larger" science projects
coming soon! Just to give you an idea, here is an article from the BBC where 3500
members of the public participated in finding out how a predatory moth was spreading
in Southern England.
It's an example of what can happen when thousands of "ordinary citizens" help further
a scientific project. As you read this article, just think how you may be able to help
with a "home power plant" project someday soon!

Videos from Sterling's Visits to Brillouin's facilities

1. Inventor, Robert Godes' tour of Brillouin's Berkeley lab

2. Chat in car with David Firshein, CFO and Bob George, CEO; about Finance Opportunities

3. SRI Round Table

Here are a few excerpts from a round-table discussion we had at Stanford Research Institute. I would have recorded the whole thing if I didn't have to recharge my battery for the lab tour that took place later.
Three main topics covered in this excerpt collection:
  • On "Nuclear" and Blacklight
  • McKubre: Brillouin Closest to Market
  • Difficulty of Sealing Against Hydrogen Leakage in Experimental LENR

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

One Full Year of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat (2011)

Picture: PESN
Since the start of 2011, PESN has been covering the emergence, testing, and commercialization of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) technology. As 2012 approaches, it is clear that nickel-hydrogen cold fusion technology is going to change the world, as the production of a million E-Cat home units is planned.

Full Disclosure:
PES Network has a business relationship with Andrea Rossi.

As far as I am concerned, the year 2011 proved that we do not only live in interesting times, but a truly exciting age in which game-changing technological breakthroughs may allow us to overcome the challenges facing our civilization. A number of technologies made this year exciting, but some stand out more than others.

A prime example of a radical breakthrough that has emerged this year is Andrea Rossi's E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) technology. The characteristics of the technology are so phenomenal they could be considered almost too good to be true by some people who are not familiar with all the evidence in support of it. In short, by exposing nickel powder to pressurized hydrogen gas, along with a proprietary catalyst, cold fusion nuclear processes are induced, and a huge output of energy is released in the form of heat. Unlike conventional nuclear power, no radioactive materials are used, and no radioactive waste is produced in the process. The heat can then be used directly, or converted into electricity via a number of different methods.