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    • New 3rd-party test results on SHT show over 1000x overunity July 3, 2014
      Solar Hydrogen Trends just got their third set of third-party test results on their hydrogen-production from water technology. A world-class engineering firm measured 97% hydrogen output (from H2O input), and much more than 2800 liters per minute output from 414 watts input, making this perhaps the most promising energy technology on the planet. (PESN; July […]
    • Resurrecting Oleg Gritskevich's Hydromagnetic Dynamo July 2, 2014
      Out of Russia, 22 years BEFORE Fleischmann and Pons, the 1st cold fusion device prototype was constructed.... (Free Energy Blog; July 2, 2014) […]
    • Best Hydroxy Technologies July 1, 2014
      A listing of technologies that use onboard electrolysis to create HHO/Brown's gas to add to the fuel to improve mileage. The ranking of ''best'' is based on 1) amount of power enhancement it provides, 2) credibility of claims, 3) stage of arrival in the marketplace, 4) affordable, 5) ease of installation, etc. (PESWiki; July 1, 2014) […]
    • Ultraconductors Resurfacing--Polymer Equivalents of Room Temperature Superconductors June 30, 2014
      ''We have realized we can make Ultraconductor tape as an interim product within two years with a budget of $10m. Also, we have invented a potential near-term product based on the thin film we already know how to fabricate.'' (PESN; June 30, 2014) […]
    • Steorn fabricating some HephaHeat units June 30, 2014
      Shaun McCarthy posted a video. (Free Energy Blog; June 30, 2014) […]
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    • Faulty Logic 101 July 29, 2014
      The C%$p detector   I am not sure if it is true, but it has been said that Ernest Hemingway once remarked that everybody should have a sensitive and well-developed c%$p detector. The problem is of course that these days people are subjected to so much c%$p that many have become completely insensitive to it, … Continue reading » The post Faulty Logic 101 appe […]
    • Solar Cells That Self Cool Boosting Power And Lasting Longer July 24, 2014
        Researchers at the Stanford University in California have found a way to cool practically any solar panel on the market by just adding a layer of silica glass to the surface of an existing solar panel.     Stanford’s electrical engineering professor Shanhui Fan is leading a team of researchers that may have solved … Continue reading » The post Solar Cells […]
    • Three Cheers For Apollo! July 22, 2014
      Three cheers for Apollo! (and why the ^%$$*@ have we not been back yet?) “On July 20, 1969, at about four minutes before 10:00pm Central Daylight Time, former naval aviator and test pilot Neil Armstrong became the first human being to stand on the surface of the Moon. About 20 minutes later, he was followed … Continue reading » The post Three Cheers For Apol […]
    • Lightning Energy Storage System July 22, 2014
        Thanks to Zig for this lead. Sometimes I think there is a fine line between sanity and insanity. I am not sure of the economics or practicality of this patent, but I guess it was a matter of time before someone thought it worth while covering.    In the patent it explains that a … Continue reading » The post Lightning Energy Storage System appeared first o […]
    • Ryden Dual Carbon Battery July 21, 2014
        This is a good story I am visiting for a second time. It represents many new battery technologies that are emerging and could have a huge impact on transport. This is one of the more serious attempts.   The Ryden dual carbon battery, developed by Power Japan Plus, is a new, more sustainable, safer, … Continue reading » The post Ryden Dual Carbon Battery ap […]
  • RSS Cold Fusion Now

    • Dr. Brian Ahern Connects Nanomagnetism & LENR — Interview July 25, 2014
      Dr. Ahern is a physicist with a PhD from MIT whose academic work focused on exploring BCS-theory and superconductivity. In 2012, he issued an in-depth report on nano-scale cold fusion for the Electric Power Research Institute. Earlier this year the open-source Martin Fleischman Memorial Project added Brian to their global-coalition of researchers […] […]
    • Radioactivity Decreasing Effect of 4-5 nm Silver Particles on K40 July 20, 2014
      The Japan Radioisotope Association (JRIA) held its the 51th workshop of isotope and radiation researh at the University of Tokyo from July 7 to July 9. The program in Japanese is published here. Dr. Norio Abe and Dr. Shin Iwasaki made presentations about the experiments of radioactivity decreasing effect of 4-5 nm […] […]
    • Dr. Edmund Storms Explains LENR — New Interview July 20, 2014
      A brief description of our dialogue titled Nano-Cracks, Metallic Hydrogen, & Explaining LENR: Dr. Storms is a nuclear chemist who spent thirty-four years working at Los Alamos National Labs. There he conducted research into materials for use in nuclear power and propulsion reactors, including studies of cold fusion. Ed is also the author […] […]
    • Open Power Association Newsletter #12: 400+ parameter tests and a model July 15, 2014
      The Open Power Association at published Newsletter #12. The original newsletter N 012_Luglio_2014_Ottimizzato in Italian is here. Excerpts below are google-translated to English, then, in some cases, slightly smoothed out. ******************************************** Dear Friends, there is much news this month! 1 It is a matter of pride for […]
    • Edmund Storms’ “The Explanation of LENR” provides “physical science based model” July 7, 2014
      Graphic: Artist rendition by Ruby Carat of Edmund Storms’ hydroton structure just before fusion. A new book by Edmund Storms reviews the top contenders for the scientific prize of the century, the theory of cold fusion, and analyzes the assumptions on which each different model rests with the critical glare of the […] […]
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    • Linking to article on visit to Defkalion Green Technologies May 31, 2013
      In April I visited the laboratory of Defkalion Green Technologies and watched a demonstration of the Hyperion, an invention that seems to offer more hope for a clean-energy future than anything presented by conventional alternatives.  I wrote an article  Defkalion 2 page JM Article #100 (3) about the visit, since I had a deadline looming […]
    • A realistic pitch about breakthrough coil April 18, 2013
      It’s timely to hear about a funding-raising venture that is a refreshing change from the bogus promises I mentioned in the previous blogpost. I first heard about it today, when I received a message from colleague Ken Rasmussen.  (I had photographed him a few years ago in the San Francisco Bay area when he was […]
    • People-Power Outscores Scammers April 11, 2013
      The Internet can be used for good – or for the opposite. One of the beneficial uses has been the crowd-funding to finance a People’s Lab for electrical genius Eric Dollard (who will be a speaker at the Bedini-Lindemann 2013 Conference.) Thanks to the fundraisers, he is no longer sleeping in his car in the […]
    • Dr. Rita is ‘Just Energy’ December 13, 2012
      In about 10 days from now my article on the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement conference will be posted on What took so long to write it, you ask? You’ll see; it’s more than 5,000 words long, and in the meantime I’ve been juggling unexpected responsibilities. Here’s a fun one coming up: Dr. Rita Louise […]
    • BEM conference had humor, humanity November 23, 2012
      Members of the human family from 21 countries attended the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement conference. The candid photo here is of two from the USA — speaker Catherine Austin Fitts and MC Mitchell Rabin.  I like it because her gesture could be described as “powerful woman,” and she is — in admirable ways. The story […]
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    • Japan LENR Conference (JCF-14) Proceedings Available June 24, 2014
      June 23, 2014 Japan LENR Conference (JCF-14) Proceedings Available: Proceedings of the Meeting of Japan CF Research Society […]
    • LENRs: The Good News About Climate Change May 8, 2014
      May 7, 2014 – By Steven B. Krivit – On May 6, the U.S. Global Change Research Program released its Third National Climate Assessment, a comprehensive report on climate change and its impact in the United States. The news is not good. But the good news is that interest in the potential of greenhouse-gas-free low-energy […]
    • Nikkei Reports Mitsubishi to Use LENRs To Clean Nuclear Waste April 25, 2014
      April 24, 2014 – By Steven B. Krivit – On April 8, 2014, Nikkei, the Japanese equivalent of the Wall Street Journal, reported that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Yokohama, Japan, plans to use low-energy nuclear reactions to clean nuclear waste. This patented LENR transmutation method was developed by Mitsubishi physicist Yasuhiro Iwamura. New Energy Times [. […]
    • Federal Investigations Reveal Academic Backstabbing at Purdue University (Document Release 2) January 23, 2014
      Jan. 23, 2014 – By Steven B. Krivit – New Energy Times will make available some of the source documents used in our Jan. 20, 2014, report "Federal Investigations Reveal Academic Backstabbing at Purdue University." Today, we release pages from three documents obtained from the federal government in response to multiple Freedom of Information Act [.. […]
    • Federal Investigations Reveal Academic Backstabbing at Purdue University (Document Release 1) January 21, 2014
      Jan. 21, 2014 – By Steven B. Krivit – New Energy Times will make available some of the source documents used in our Jan. 20, 2014, “Federal Investigations Reveal Academic Backstabbing at Purdue University” report. Today, we release the police report of the Aug. 28, 2008, incident in the Nuclear Engineering building. Darla Mize, the […]
  • RSS eCat News

    • Green Power Lacks the Energy Density to run our Civilization, LENR … July 24, 2014
      Categories: EcatTags: cheapest, cost-effective, eCat, energy-density, LENR, neither-solar, nor-wind, power-source, solar, the-cheapestThat means from an energy density perspective neither solar nor wind power is cost effective. (Read more...) […]
    • 2014 ECAT 48 Hr Film Sprint VOTE! | Easton Community Access … July 17, 2014
      Categories: EcatTags: choose-the-best, each-one, eCat, facebook, sprint, teams-registered, teams-started, the-best, the-three, vote, will-play2014 ECAT 48 Hr Film Sprint VOTE! 5 teams registered, 4 teams started and 3 submitted films! Watch each one and choose the best film of the three and vote on ECAT's Facebook page! Tonight at 11:30pm we will play t […]
    • One Megawatt Ecat could be operating in SUA | E-Cat = Rossi Cold … July 16, 2014
      Categories: EcatTags: claim, low-energy, nuclear, nuclear-reaction, raleigh, Rossi, the-claim, unit-capableAn e-cat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) unit capable producing one megawatt of heat is being tested near Raleigh, North Carolina. That's the claim from Rossi at his Journal of Nuclear Physics blog.(Read more...) […]
    • Revisiting Andrea Rossi's E-Cat 3rd Party Test – New Energy Treasure July 12, 2014
      Categories: EcatTags: 2012-which, 2013-were, 3rd-party, been-performed, resultsSo far 4 independent 3rd party tests have been performed on the E-Cat . The 1st was in November 2012 which failed to complete. The next two in Dec 2012 & March 2013 were completed successfully, while the results of the(Read more...) […]
    • Film on Andrea Rossi | LENR – ECat July 10, 2014
      Categories: EcatTags: emergence, entry, invention-born, Italian, LENR, potential-energy, Rossi, the-emergenceThe filmmaker interviews Andrea Rossi and discusses his E-cat invention born from an Italian prison and the emergence of LENR as a potential energy source. This entry was posted in e-cat, ecat, LENR and tagged Andrea(Read more...) […]
  • RSS Thrive Movement

    • A Personal Quest to Unify Eastern and Western Philosophy — Illustrated with Ashok Gangadean June 13, 2014
      The Sequoia Symposium referred to in THRIVE was a 2½ year multi-disciplinary think tank exploring fundamental energy patterning and unified field theory. One of its key members was philosopher and THRIVE pioneer, Ashok Gangadean. Ashok is a professor of philosophy at Haverford College, founder and Director of the Global Dialogue Institute, founder of the Log […]
    • The Visual Effects of THRIVE — “The Making Of” June 6, 2014
      The exquisite visual effects are a key element in the success of the THRIVE movie. The film continues to go viral, being passed word of mouth and hand to hand in families, workplaces, communities and networks in 25 languages around the planet. The 3D animation and visual effects are the work of Goa Lobaugh and his team at liquidbuddha.studios. We have receiv […]
    • Near-death Survivor Comes Back with In‑depth Knowledge of the Fundamental Pattern of Life Energy May 29, 2014
      “I saw what I called the strand of the tapestry weaving all creation. It’s music. It’s light. It’s what matter is. It’s how matter moves, and it’s love. It’s a torus. It’s a toroidal field; it maps out energy moves in a natural system.” — Lynnclaire Dennis, author, The Pattern Read a transcript of the audio (to translate the transcript, choose your language […]
    • A Dialogue on Transhumanism — Chu and Hubbard Respond May 23, 2014
      We recently put out a blog on Transhumanism that addressed some of the risks of the fast growing artificial intelligence movement. Our blog included many references to a book by Ted Chu called Human Purpose and Transhuman Potential. Chu responded to the blog, as did Barbara Marx Hubbard, a long time friend of ours who is now collaborating with Chu. One of th […]
    • Exploring Ancient Cultures and “The Code” May 15, 2014
      By Foster Gamble Introduction Did ancient cultures encode knowledge that could help us survive and thrive today? The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, National Treasure, Contact… people love the thrillers about some secret code which, if solved, would reveal something of great value. But they are fiction. What if there were a true code — a message encrypte […]