EM field claimed to warp space

Having just received my card from the Philippines government that I am now a "Registered Alien", I thought I should start covering some space technologies. The two experiments shown in the video in this report may or may not support the theory being proposed to warp...
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New Web Store and New Chat

    Revolution Green will be building a Web Store The store will be covering books, plans, components projects for many of the small energy enthusiasts. This should be up and running in August. It will cater from the small project provider to the larger...
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The Free Energy Party Updates

We ran a story on the Free Energy Party and Dave Parker earlier in the year. Dave has often become a commentator on our stories. I always want to make sure all points of view, beliefs no matter how different they may be from mine, are welcome and valued. After reading...
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Amprius: new battery increases capacity and reduces weight

  It is always great to report a new battery technology that is actually on the market. This is the first in many incremental steps that will see better battery performance for consumer electronics and electric vehicles. Kang Sun, Amprius’s CEO, says the company...
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America’s Cleanest and Dirtiest Energy States

The information in this article was graciously shared by Modernize.com where you can find comprehensive solar information from industry experts. Energy Policy in America has been making major headlines recently: President Obama has been touting renewable energy,...
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SolarCity to Cease Nevada Sales and Installations

In the Spirit of the Paris climate talks another USA state declares war on solar power for individuals. SolarCity  announced that as a result of the decision by the Nevada Public Utilities Commission to severely undermine Nevadans' ability to go solar, the company is...
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Spintronics, low-energy electricity take a step closer

A new class of topological insulators discovered Topological insulators are materials that let electric current flow across their surface while keeping it from passing it through their bulk. This exotic property makes topological insulators very promising for...
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Regenerative Suspension for Automobiles

ZF and Levant Power Develop the World's First Fully Active, Regenerative Suspension for Automobiles. With the energy recovery critical to the performance and range of electric vehicles this technology seems to make a lot of sense in conjunction with regenerative...
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Catalyst addresses engine efficeincy, emissions quandary

A catalyst being developed by researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory could overcome one of the key obstacles still preventing automobile engines from running more cleanly .  Researcher Andrew Binder and colleagues discovered that by...
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Making high-performance batteries from junkyard scraps

I decided to come back and make a regular contribution again. I think after many years of being involved in alternative, free and exotic energy I was due for a break. During my absence their have been so notable development I hope to cover in the next few weeks...
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Breakthrough In Low Temperature Thermoelectric Energy

    According to a press release from Monash University Australia, harvesting waste heat from power stations and even vehicle exhaust pipes could soon provide a valuable supply of electricity. A small team of Monash University researchers working under the...
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Self Looped Motor Generator Philippines ?

    Having tested and seen many similar self looped devices around the world, I thought it was time I had a close look at this one. I had a few readers alert me of this video in the last week. I saw it featured in Free Energy News and decided I should do...
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URABat, an Ultrafast Rechargeable Aluminum Battery

I think I am on battery overload. There are so many battery technologies close to commercialization that will make a huge paradigm shift in transport and how we generate and store electricity. The video at the end of this story is one of better ones I have seen which...
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Displacement Field drive

Thanks to JohnBas5 for bringing this one to our attention. The forces on a moving charge are not only magnetic, but there should be also a relativistic correction when the relative velocity increases. At normal current velocities of a few mm/second in a wire, these...
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Solar Cooker That Runs At Night

I have always like the idea of solar cookers. They have one major drawback.  you need to sun to cook. Adopting the principles from the solar thermal industry where salt is used to store heat a solar cooker can now cook 24 hours per day. Countless people across the...
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Breakthrough Cooling Technology ?

Sometimes companies make press releases with extravagant claims, but do not reveal any of the processes involved. This is very frustrating. This is one of those examples. The claim being made is: Autry Industrial’s breakthrough technology, Cycle Two73, recycles waste...

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BroadBit metallic sodium batteries

This story is nearly 12 months old but seems be to close to production. Helsinki based BroadBit has developed and is commercializing a new type of metallic sodium battery in two families: a. Hi-Energy batteries with up to  twice the energy per weight as today's...

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Spinning sail technology

Over 200 years after steamships first began crossing the ocean, wind power is finding its way back into seafaring. Global shipping firm Maersk is planning to fit spinning “rotor sails” to one of its oil tankers as a way of reducing its fuel costs and carbon emissions....

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