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  • Sterling D. Allan
    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com Sunday, June 28, 2009 a.. Featured: Magnet Motors Steorn Steorn Jury issues verdict: no excess energy - After
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      Sunday, June 28, 2009

      • Featured: Magnet Motors > Steorn
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        Steorn Jury issues verdict: no excess energy - After nearly three years of review, the jury selected by Steorn to validate their claim to a free energy device has issued a verdict: Steorn's process does not produce energy. Despite the negative results of this jury, Steorn continues to allege that they will have such a product available to go into production by the end of this year. (PESN; June 28, 2009) (Comment at Examiner.com)
      • Perpetual Motion / Gravity Motors >
        The Physical Principles of Unworkable Devices - . Perpetual motion machine inventors do have principles. Unfortunately the physical principles they assume are often ones not obeyed by nature. Let's examine just a few that stand in the way of these idealistic people who seek to make a machine that outputs more work than is required to run it. (Donald Simanek at IHUP.edu)
      • Global Warming > Politics
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        EPA Quashed Report Skeptical of Global Warming - Less than two weeks before the EPA formally submitted its pro-carbon dioxide regulation recommendation to the White House, an EPA center director quashed a 98-page report that warned against making hasty 'decisions based on a scientific hypothesis that does not appear to explain most of the available data. (CNet; June 27, 2009)

      Saturday, June 27, 2009

      • Solar > Vehicles
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        Round-the-world solar plane debut - Swiss adventurer Bertrand Piccard, who made history in 1999 by circling the globe non-stop in a balloon, has unveiled a prototype of the solar-powered plane he hopes to fly around the world in 2012, using super-efficient solar cells, batteries, motors, propellers, and a wingspan the size of a Airbus 340 to get it through the dark hours. (BBC; June 26, 2009)

      Friday, June 26, 2009

      • Marine
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        Ocean Renewable Energy Has Huge Potential But Not Without Giant Hurdles - Today’s marine renewable energy industry is commonly compared to the wind industry of the 1980's and early 1990's. At that time, there were many competing technologies being developed and thousands of turbines were broken during the testing process; but it won't take 15 years to catch up. (Renewable Energy World; June 24, 2009)
      • Wind > Tools
        Slip Rings for Wind Power (video) - Slip Rings by Moog Components Group, utilize fiber brush sliding contact technology, making them a “no maintenance” rotary devices for transferring electrical power and signals; and eliminates the need for common slip ring maintenance procedures such as vacuuming of brush debris, lubrication, regular inspection for wear, and brush replacement. (Engineering TV; June 22, 2009)

      Thursday, June 25, 2009

      • Biofuel > Algae
        Blooming Biofuel: How Algae Could Provide the Solution - The distant sparkle of algae is coming into focus. Interest is growing exponentially and a handful of companies are planning the leap from research to commercial production of algae-based fuels. The tiny plants can produce at least 15 times more oil per hectare than alternatives. (RenewableEnergyWorld; June 22, 2009)

      Wednesday, June 24, 2009

      • Featured: Electrolysis
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        href="http://www.peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Brown's_Gas">Brown's Gas >

        George Wiseman discusses Brown's Gas technology (Interview) - Industry leader describes his work in this fascinating field, spanning a quarter of a century. Discusses a myriad of applications including acetylene torch replacement, thick steel cutting, hydrogen boosting for fuel economy improvement, dissimilar metal welding, transmutation of elements, nuclear remediation, and refinement of ore. (PESN; June 24, 2009)
      • Nuclear
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        A Preassembled Nuclear Reactor - A US company, Babcock and Wilcox, that has that has made nuclear reactors for the United States Navy ships for about 50 years, has designed a nuclear reactor that can be manufactured in a factory and shipped by rail rather than built at a power plant, thus cutting construction times for nuclear power plants almost in half and make them cheaper to build. Expected by 2018. (MIT Technology Review; June 16, 2009)
      • Lighting > LEDs
        Sharp introduces color changing LED light bulbs - Sharp Corporation has just announced an LED globe that includes a remote-controlled, adjustable-color function and a dimmer. But in this context, when you see the word "color" don't think rainbow, thing various shades of white, from warm white to daylight light. (GizMag; June 17, 2009)

      Tuesday, June 23, 2009

      • Wind
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        Wind Could Provide 5X World Energy Needs - A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science estimates the earth's capacity for wind power if plausible areas were put to use with 2.5-MW wind turbines, and 3.6-MW off-shore turbines (within 50 nautical miles in ocean depths less than 200 meters) showed that wind energy could provide over forty times the world's current electrical consumption and over five times the global use of total energy needs. (Mongabay; June 22, 2009)
      • Solar > Concentrated
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        Solar Project Meets Bigger Foe Than Cloudy Skies: The US Air Force - On a vacant piece of land near Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, the promise of solar energy has collided into the demands of military training. And a solar project by SolarReserve that would have featured a vast field of mirrors, a molten-salt storage facility and a 600-foot "power tower" appears to be heading for defeat. (Washington Post; June 20, 2009)

      Monday, June 22, 2009

      • Featured: Running Vehicles on Water / Fuel Cells
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        Japanese Car that Runs on Water - I've been getting quite a few people sending me links to this Reuters video. Actually, this story is a year old: June 13 -- of 2008. See our feature page built last year, along with some of the reality about the technolgy, such as that it is basically a fuel cell, and that the ultimate goal of the company is a genset. (PESWiki; June 22, 2009)

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