Free energy and Joe Cells were not present this year. Keep in mind that for these technologies, if they ever can be real, many intermediate steps must beAug 14, 2009 1 of 6View SourceFree energy and Joe Cells were not present this year. Keep in mind that for these technologies, if they ever can be real, many intermediate steps must be taken. I'm personally very pleased with the steps as we saw them at the conference.
Another thing to think about is that some of the equipment being developed is not particularly mobile, and thus not suitable for public demonstration. That's where the New Energy Congress comes in, because members can often travel somewhere to evaluate a technology.
Reminds me of how one year at the old Tesla Society conference, i think it was 1990 or 1991, an N-Machine built by Bruce dePalma was there. I understand that moving it around was an incredibly difficult task. Unfortunately nobody knew exactly how to run it, so it just sat there making the hotel staff nervous about the carrying capacity of the floor.
From: Ed Phillips
Sent: Aug 14, 2009 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: [usa-tesla] ExtraOrdinary Technology 09 Report
Interesting and perhaps controversial stuff there. Any WORKING
demonstrations of free energy devices of any kind? Joe cells?
-- Michael Riversong Tesla Academy Cheyenne, Wyoming www.teslaacademy.info rivedu@...
Mr Riversong Marko Rodin and his engineer friend James are very much outsiders in the scientific world. Only at ExtraOrdinary Technology is there enoughAug 17, 2009 1 of 6View SourceMr Riversong"Marko Rodin and his engineer friend James are very much outsiders in the scientific world. Only at ExtraOrdinary Technology is there enough flexibility and openness for such a demonstration to happen at all."
I know we have had this conversation before, but just to refresh. The Scientific World is all outsiders. You will find, of course, some small communities worshipfully following some great leader. That is much less common today than 100 years ago. None that I am aware of in the physical sciences. This community prides itself on testing even the most absurd theories. Whatever fits the facts. You do your experiment carefully, describe it thoroughly, and report what you think it means. If you can support your arguments reasonably well, you get your say. Thinking that this is not what happens is usually the result of doing very poor theory and expecting folk who are both smarter and a lot better educated to take your word for it. Remember cold fusion? And that was one where a Chemist, about the furthest outside any physics community you can get, reported results for a crude experiment that just did not make sense. If the demonstration actually demonstrates, it would be front page news even in the staid old Sci Am.