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Free Energy Now radio show 2006 ARCHIVES

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Dec. 30, 2006 - David G. Yurth - Nova Technologies Pursuing Self-Charging Vehicle Technology - Institute claims to be developing a "self-recharging electric vehicle, capable of converting ambient energy sources into usable electrical power efficiently enough to power a 1,500 pound vehicle at highway speeds for unlimited distances without the combustion of any kind of fuel or emission of any exhaust."

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Dec. 23, 2006 - Steve Elswick, TeslaTech.info - Steve organizes the annual ExtraOrdinary Technology conference held in Salt Lake City.  He also publishes a magazine by that name, and was the founder of the former International Tesla Society.

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Dec. 16, 2006 - Foundation and LLC launched to nurture new energy technologies - Brooks Agnew, Ph.D., has launched Phoenix Science Foundation to provide funding for energy technology prototype development, and Advanced Scientific Explorations LLC for funding and managing technologies to bring them to market. (See also: NEC Disassociates with Agnew; Jan. 5, 2007)

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Dec. 9, 2006 - Angelo Di Pietro, Engineair - Elegant minimalist design eliminates most of the working parts traditionally associated with internal combustion engine; offers close to 100% energy efficiency for a variety of transport and stationary applications.

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Dec. 2, 2006 - Jim Dunn, Center for Technology Commercialization - Recent advances in Solar, hybrids, and other clean technologies.

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Nov. 25, 2006 - Ken Rauen, Joseph Papp's Nobel Gas Engine - inert, noble gas engine with sealed engine cylinders, may operate on some kind of nuclear principle.

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Nov. 18, 2006 - Jim Dunn on Global Warming and New Energy Sources - Dunn is a walking encyclopedia -- and animated at that -- both regarding the array of feasible energy technologies available, as well as regarding geopolitical and economical factors that must be taken into consideration.

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Nov. 11, 2006 - Cold Fusion -- its history and spurning, and its reality and future - Princeton graduate, Scott Chubb, who is doing cold fusion research at the Naval Research Laboratory, discussed the 17-year history of cold fusion, where the field is at today, who the key players are, and what solutions it might offer in the future.
(Thanks Ken Rasmussen)

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Nov. 4, 2006 - Inventor runs engines on 'Proton Cell' - "BJ" explains how his version of the Joe Cell works, and why it works, giving specific instructions about how he has been able to achieve repeated success.

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Oct. 28,2006 - Roger Davey, EnviroMission (Solar Tower) - Through the patented solar storage capacity of salts, with selective release of the heat to run the turbines at the base of the tower, this will be the first renewable energy source to achieve "primary provider" status, meeting the demand profile, at grid-competitive pricing.

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Oct. 21, 2006 - Paul Isom, sEnergy Solution - Motor efficiency retrofits and 4x-better fluorescent bulbs and more; U.S. business opportunity.

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Oct. 14, 2006 - Professor Szabo, of Energy by Motion (EBM) - Over-unity electromagnetic device claim, next step: large self-runner.

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Oct. 7, 2006 - Martin Burger, Blue Energy - Tidal energy harnessing going commercial.  Turbine design could produce energy for as cheaply as two cents per kilowatt-hour, well below commercial grid energy wholesale prices today.
  • Sept. 30, 2006 - Note: Due to BBSRadio technical difficulties, the show had to be cancelled.  (BBSRadio is back up now.)

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Sept. 23, 2006 - Ken Rauen, Superclassical Heat Engine - Toward deriving usable energy from ambient heat.

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  • Sept. 16, 2006 - Alain Aisenberg, BatMax - Add-on patch to extend life of batteries and increase charge time.

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  • Sept. 9, 2006 - Mark Holtzapple, StarRotor continuous-cycle engine - At about half the size of a normal car engine, the concept is purportedly two to three times more efficient than conventional internal combustion engines, anticipating 60 to 90 mpg once integrated into automotive applications.

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  • Sept. 2, 2006 - Mark Miles, Get Hydro Power (.com) - Next generation hydrogen boost technology announced, with present performance in range of 15% to 50% improvement in fuel economy. Latest innovation may boost that to between 50% and 100% mileage improvement.

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  • Aug. 26, 2006 - Dr. Ruggero Maria Santilli, MagneGas - producing fuel from waste using a plasma process.

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  • August 5, 2006 - Mark Goldes of Magnetic Power Inc. - Claims to be close to having a technology that will be able to extract usable energy from the vacuum of space.

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