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30, 2011; 11:50 pm MST
Happy Birthday to Me, Again -- Top 5 Shuffle
Once again, on my birthday, I am being treated to a barrage of amazing developments to
report on, this time pertaining to Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies. 1)
E-Cat, 2) GPI, 3) EEFG, 4) PlasmERG, 5) Defkalion, 6) Aviso, 7) Focus Fusion, 8)
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One of this year's highlights was being able
to go to Italy, both to participate in Andrea Rossi's October 28 E-Cat
test, as well as to spend some time doing low-budget touring with my wife,
thanks to the sponsorship of Michael Spitzauer of Green Power Inc. His
waste-to-energy company is one I did a story on earlier today.
My wife and I saw this sign in Bologna and had to take a picture of it.
The translation is "Christian Worker's Movement", but without
knowing that, a guess certainly conjures up interesting images. I
submitted this today to Ellen's "what's wrong with these photos?" collection.
Last year on my birthday, I featured
a slew of stories that developed that day. As a challenge to myself, I tried to
see how many of them I could get written up by the end of the day.
Normally, I try to pace myself to do one feature story a day in our news.
With Hank Mills' help in the past year, writing so many of our stories, I've
been able to focus on other tasks related to helping to facilitate the emergence
of the best energy technologies.
This morning, as one person after another pinged in on Skype to wish me happy
birthday, I posted the following in reply:
Thanks! My Birthdays usually have some phenomenal thing in the realm of the work I do, so I'm curious to see what will unfold today. e.g.
Sure enough, today has been amazing -- not just in terms of great
developments in the arena of free energy, but specifically pertaining to the
5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies" listing. I've added two to the list
that haven't been there before, and had developments from five that either are
on the list or which have been there from time to time. In every case, these
have been unsolicited, just "coincidentally" happening today on my
So not only has there been an unusual amount of news, but it has all pertained
to the Top 5.
Here is a synopsis, at a glance, of the movement in the Top 5.
- Andrea Rossi's E-Cat stays in top position, because its in the
marketplace now, and the potential price point is 10x lower than fossil fuel
- Green Power Inc's waste to energy plant technology is added to the
list, in position 2, since they are manufacturing products.
- The EEFG solid state generator technology moves to position 3.
- Ismael Aviso's position moves from 3 to 6. They're making great
progress, but need focus and validation, which could push them back up
- PlasmERG stays in position 4, given their recent progress toward
multiple replications. [Story pending soon.]
- Focus Fusion moves from 5 to 7, given that they are still 2-3 years
- Defkalion's Hyperion is added to the list, in position 5. It would
be higher if there were data from performance.
- ERR Fluxgenerator moves up one, relative to the former listings.
Now here is a listing of today's developments as pertaining to the Top 5
listing, in the sequence that they happened.
- The first news bullet, from a change-detection notice in my email, was: Infinite
Energy: Issue 100: Celebrating One Hundred Issues, featuring the
premier cold fusion magazine that was started by the late Eugene Mallove.
Not directly related to the Top 5, though two of the top five are from the
field of cold fusion.
- The second news bullet, also from a change-detection notice in my email,
fusion yield consistency improves six-fold. This is exciting news,
but their still being 2-3 years from market keeps them from ranking higher.
Focus Fusion was the first technology to enter into our "Top 100"
listing when I launched the New Energy Congress back in 2005.
- The third news item was a story I composed about today's press release: Defkalion
Announces 5kW Hyperion LENR Product Specs - Today, Defkalion, the
Greek break-way from Andrea Rossi, announced the pre-industrial prototype
specs for their Hyperion, which is described as a 5 kW heat-producing
chemically-assisted, low-energy nuclear reactor. They are negotiating
licensing contracts for its rollout, expected to reach the market in 2012.
- Then I got a Skype message from Mike Spitzauer, CEO of Green Power Inc.,
which led to this story: GPI
hires hundreds to manufacture 200 W2E plants in next 18 months -
Green Power Inc. of Washington state is moving full steam ahead in
manufacturing their 100 ton/day plants that convert municipal solid waste
into high grade liquid fuel and electricity. Between themselves and an
engineering company they contracted to do some of their fabrication, they
have hired nearly 500 people. (Spitzauer didn't know it was my Birthday.
That wasn't why he contacted me.)
- Then I got a Skype call from Dr. James B. Schwartz (Ben), the inventor of
Fluxgenerator, which has moved up and down in our Top 5 listing and
runners up tally since it was launched on January
8. He wanted me to let people know that he's been having problems with
his Yahoo account, which he says was hijacked, leading to the removal of his
excellent forum noahsarkenergyresearch.
He said he is working to resolve those issues and that can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
He also explained that the Utah group who flew him in to demonstrate his
technology wasn't satisfied with a very good demonstration (1 kW demo) and
they wanted to see too much of the inner workings, for which Ben doesn't
have patent protection yet. He said his foundation will have a video soon
showing a recent device. (Ben also didn't know it was my Birthday. That
wasn't why he contacted me.)
Also, throughout the day I've been hearing from Ismael Aviso, who has been
doing a lot of testing and documenting recently of his Aviso antenna-powered
hydroxy set-up. Here's an excerpt from our Skype chat (slightly edited). For
context, in our last story
about Aviso, we mentioned that "According to Michael Faraday, the best you
can do in electrolysis is to consume 3.5 watts for an hour to produce one liter
| Good news!!!!!!.... With the Aviso HHO reactor using Ambient extractor, I improved down to 0.4 watts per liter, but with plus 320 watts
fluorescent bulb + 350celcius heat. Video will be available tonight.
[Arrived 9:14 am Dec. 1; not entertainment]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glcw1mWhWK0 part 1 of 3
part 2 of 3
part 3 of 3 [posted Nov. 28, gives context/explanation]
Free Energy is now real, from water. ...no credible hard skeptics on their right mind can reject this development.
This is a product that can go to market in less than 3 months, mass production.
Based on one company that is coordinating with us, they think that by
using the Aviso HHO instead of their technology -- because the most they can get
with 2.15 watts/hr is 20% improvement in mileage. But they expect that
with 0.4 watts/hr, they could see 80% fuel savings...
He said he would approach the Philippine department of energy again to see if
they could do an independent validation of this new set-up in advance of the
February 2 demo scheduled for Silicon Valley.
He also said he's travelling to Europe in three days to procure another motor
for his electric car. The DC motor he was using was too old. So all he needs now
are Li polymer batteries.
That was my birthday (in addition to a wonderful breakfast, lunch, and dinner
treat and thoughtful presents from my wife and cute cards from my kids).
If you have other thoughts about the Top 5 Exotics, things I'm missing that
should be there, or about the sequence, feel free to drop me a line. Or you can
join the Top 5 discussion
In reviewing this story, Hank Mills
I agree with your ordering of the top technologies (all of them 1 through 8). You ordered them just like I would have. We must be on the same wave length. Good story!
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