The Renaissance Charge Free Energy Conference earlier this month in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, (see R-Charge.com) featured one of the most complete and fascinating lecture/demos I’ve seen. John Bedini demonstrated, step-by-step, how even novices can make an ion-transferring crystal power cell that lights up L.E.D.s (light-emitting diodes) bright enough to read by. The cell has been described as an electrical power source that’s just won’t quit. Continue reading
Jeane is home from a conference at the University of Maryland that was co-sponsored by Tom Valone’s Integrity Research Institute. Moray King’s presentation related to researchers such as Chris Eckman, in photo, who analyzed “Brown’s Gas” while a post-graduate student at the University of Idaho.
You may have heard about water-as-fuel, or HHO, also known as “Brown’s Gas”, “hydroxy” etc. Engineer/author Moray King has been tying together what is known about it. While hobbyists worldwide are doing water electrolysis to make that gas, a few university scientists are analyzing it. The energetic anomalies that happen when it’s used are well-known, such as a cool-to-touch Continue reading
We’ll post more details about this exciting event soon, but here’s the brief written for newspapers: BREAKTHROUGH ENERGY FORUM. New Energy Movement journalists and engineers update the public on non-conventional clean energy inventions and present news about Tesla-inspired devices. Apr 11, 7pm, Langara College theater A122a (100 W. 49 Ave., Vancouver). Tix $5/by donation, info www.changingpower.net
After a year of focusing on everything else but, we’re back on the Breakthroughpower.net blog. First announcement is that our audio/video page has new introductory video clips, with more on the way thanks to Michael Millar’s MarketingAlwaysEverywhere skills and his persistence in getting me in front of the camera. I hope you find them interesting and giving insights into some of the ideas behind Breakthrough Power and some of the questions we get asked on a regular basis.
You’re welcome at the talk and signing by Breakthrough Power co-author Jeane Manning.
Friday , September 11, 2009 7 PM,
(Free booksigning : 6PM – 7:00 PM)
Lecture 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM (includes discussion )
Fee: $10 per person, $15 per couple
Location: Awakenings, 14899 Marine Drive, White Rock BC
Co-sponsored by Biofield Solutions (www.biofield.ca )
This month it’s been five years since the news hit the media — physicist and cold-fusion proponent Eugene Mallove, Ph.D. was brutally murdered. When the shock of that terrible news began to subside days later, we looked around and saw come colleagues retreating in fear. (The murder case hasn’t been solved; we might never know the answers.) However instead of retreating in fear, other of his colleagues vowed to work even harder to bring clean low-cost energy abundance to the people of Earth, in memory of Gene.
And they have indeed made progress. Today we heard that the U.S. Department of Energy is inviting scientists in the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (“cold fusion”) field to submit proposals for funding of their projects. We’re talking about hundreds of thousands of dollars or even a total of $20 million that could go to develop a commercial model of a little heater that puts out ‘way more heat energy than the tickling of electrical energy that gets it started. Gene would be delighted.
Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-Leap New Energy Inventions Can Transform Our World receives a silver medal in New York at the end of May – in the Independent Publisher awards for 2009 Outstanding Book of the Year. Competing successfully with more than 4,000 entries, Breakthrough Power took second place in the “Most Likely to Save the Planet” category. New Society Publishers won the gold in that category, well deserved, for Evolution’s Edge.
If you’re in the Bay area March 30 – April 2, please attend one of the following 3 events to hear Joel Garbon, Jeane Manning and Sterling Allan speak about a timely powerful global movement and advanced energy technologies that can revolutionize our world. These events provide a behind-the-scenes look at the world of visionary inventors and brave scientists who are on the frontier of remarkable new clean energy technologies. Continue reading
A Harvard alumni club, the RVML in Ashland, and a Bay area university group are among the sponsors for a series of events titled Breakthrough Power, Embracing the New Energy Frontier.. Here’s the schedule for Oregon: Continue reading
Tonight I was close to tears when I heard Dr. Riki Ott, a marine biologist, present in-our-face evidence of the ongoing devastation caused by the 1989 oil spill in Prince William Sound, Gulf of Alaska. She has lived in (my birthplace of) Cordova, Alaska, for decades. Continue reading