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You are here: > News > April 22, 2014

Happy Earth Day: Seeking your Exotic Free Energy photo for collage project #GlobalFE

For Earth Day, we thought we'd collect a bunch of exotic free energy photos with you posing in front of the  projects you've been working on. We can post the images to a public collection and use the images to create a collage image of Nikola Tesla. Deadline: April 25 midnight MDT.

Collage by Artensoft. You can make collages like this using their software.
Collage by Artensoft. You can make collages like this using their software.

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

Happy Earth Day!

This morning, from our PESWiki blog, I posting a link to a couple of Earth Day campaigns. One by NASA to send them selfies, from which they could compose a collage image of the Earth. The other one was from Google, who is collecting "Beautiful Earth" photos.

As I was telling my wife about this, she misheard me, and thought I was talking about a NEST (New Energy Systems Trust, which I founded 2 years ago) campaign, and she thought that sounded like a great idea -- which got the wheels spinning.

Later this morning, we went and took a few photos for the NASA thing, and I posted a few of them this evening to Facebook, after I finally figured out how to save images from my iPhone to my computer!

When I was looking for an image to post with that blog entry, I found a service that has software by that enables you to make collages out of your own collection of images. Their download is free.

So let's do it! A Free Energy collage.

And since their download is free, after I compose the collage, you could retrieve my file and pull it up on your computer and be able to zoom in on whatever image you want. Speaking of which, that would make a very cool social media service, for any of you entrepreneurs out there. Let's pioneer it!

I thought a portrait image of Nikola Tesla with a PES logo would be a great subject matter as the primary image.

I'll need at least 500 images to make the collage with.

I've already got enough images collected over the past 12 years I've been doing this work; but it would be nice to have some fresh images, or even all fresh images to make this with, though I realize that given the general non-participatory nature of our audience, that we're not likely to collect 500 new images.

But as a subject matter for each image in the collage, I thought it would be cool if you had a photo taken of yourself with some of the various Exotic Free Energy devices you've tinkered with over the years. Here's one I took today for this purpose.

(P.S. by the way, I'm still working on the H-Cat stuff. Waiting for a new power supply, supposed to arrive in a few days.)

Bear in mind that in order to get the various colors and hues that we'll want to have some variety in colors and intensity, from black to white, and everything in between. So if you're feeling "impressed" do have a (e.g.) white backdrop, go with it, and don't think it will be strange. The above photo will be on the darker end of the spectrum as one of the "pixels".

I could also create a photo album on our PESNetwork Facebook page of the various photos that have been submitted, so you will be able to see them there as well.


You can send your image to me by email or by Skype (same username as my email). Or you can post them to Facebook, Google+, Twitter with the hash tag #GlobalFE 


We'll accept photo submissions for three days. So please have your photo to me by 12 pm MDT (GMT-6) on April 25.


I'd like your input on which image to use. Bear in mind that if we get an excellent suggestion that goes outside of these parameters, we may go with that instead.

Here are the options:

A. The advantage of this image from fanpop is that it was taken in color. The disadvantage is that it isn't a classic or well-known image. Another disadvantage is that the image as shown is the highest resolution available (unless we can obtain a higher-resolution version).


B. File:Nikola Tesla color2.jpg This image from Wikimedia Commons has some color, but not much; so we'd have to convert most of the color images to halftone, and we'd probably have to separate out the blue and white images to be included in that portion.


C. This is the image we have on the home page at PESWiki, created by my brother in law, Kevn Lambson, who can render a higher resolution version for us if we want to use this. We'd have to convert the images to halftone (I've got a program that will do this in batches, no problem.). He can also help integrate some text and our logo so it looks good. And he's the one who created our PES logo, too.


D. This image from KnowledgeofToday has some color in it and uses the classic portrait that is so familiar. This is the highest resolution I have of this. Kevn would probably be able to help us get a higher resolution version for our main image.

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Should we include the PES logo? (Created by Kevn)

What about text? (multiple selections okay)
(Kevn can help us format the text so it looks good.)

- No text
- Tesla Inspired
- PES Network
- New Energy Movement
- Other

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