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You are here: > News > November 10, 2012

(Corrections) Radical Alternatives: Energy Sources to Transform Our Future

The Huffington Post has published a story about my recent interview with Regina Meredith on Gaiam TV. We discussed the Top 5 exotic free energy technologies emerging and runners up, as well as the positive consequences these things will have on the world and the need for courage to support them.

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

On my Dad's birthday, September 25, in Boulder Colorado, where I grew up, just a couple of hundred feet from a chapel my dad oversaw the construction of, I did an interview with Regina Meredith of Conscious Media Network, on Gaiam TV, which aired October 30.

Yesterday, when hunting down stories on Google news for our LENR-Weekly compilation, I found a Huffington Post article about that interview, written by one of the associates at Gaiam TV. It was a friendly piece, but needs some corrections. I didn't have time yesterday to do that, so I'm doing it today -- my birthday.

Here's the article. My corrections are indented and in red font.

Radical Alternatives: Energy Sources to Transform Our Future

Posted: 11/27/2012 10:20 am

On "Top Five Alternative Energies," Regina Meredith interviews Sterling Allan, president of New Energies Systems Trust, on the cutting edge of emerging alternative sources of energy. Hardcore skeptics, suspend your disbelief, at least for the show's duration. Be prepared to go beyond solar, wind and thermal energy sources and enter a new frontier of terms, including vortex, cold fusion and motor generators. Allan's excitement for these new forms of energy is palpable, and Meredith asks him all the right questions to tap into his thorough knowledge of the subject.

He starts with an interesting premise -- we get the energy we deserve. For those willing to think outside conventional protocols, a brave new world of resources can be tapped. Of course, energy entrepreneurship comes with its fair share of ridicule and detractors, all of whom, says Allan, "we have to courageously ignore." 

It's not that we ignore good information, just nay-saying, ridicule, and bantering about impossibilities.

But with the Internet, YouTube and the viral spread of ideas, these new technologies have what Allan describes as "escape velocity -- enough momentum that their development can not be stopped."

Open sourcing and crowd-funding are boosting these exotic energies as well, giving them much needed support, feedback and financial backing. The fringes, explains Allan, are where the most interesting breakthroughs are happening -- but you have to be willing to eschew the validation of academia.

Not "eschew the validation of academia" but "eschew the snobbery of academia, who think they have everything figured out." Validations would be more than welcome, but we're not holding our breath for them to carry out such things, because to do so would be academic suicide for them.

Invoking the lineage of Nikola Tesla, Allan breaks down the most promising experimental forms of energy that are on the cusp of coming to market. 

We talked about the possibility that Patrick Flanagan might be Tesla reincarnated. (Story)

He makes the nuts and bolts of these new protocols intelligible to the layman, infusing his explanations with humor and passion and exploring their deepest implications. Below are what Allan calls the most promising new forms of exotic energy.

Water/Tidal Energy

Utilizing the power of the vortex, technologies that source the energy of moving water are ideal for converting natural vibrations in slow-moving ocean, river, and tidal currents into affordable and reliable energy. Hydrokinetic energy devices can harness the energy of slow-moving water at competitive prices.

Didn't use the term "vortex" in this context. We started out talking about conventional "free energy" technologies that harness the wheelwork of nature in ways that don't give college professors a hard time, such as solar, wind, geothermal, tide.

Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat)

Italian inventor Andrea Rossi's E-Cat produces useful power from a low energy nuclear reaction involving cheap and ubiquitous hydrogen and nickel at relatively low temperatures and pressures -- with no residual radiation.

Motor Generator

This device features a number of systems in which a motor turns a larger output generator. The generator produces enough energy to keep the motor running as well as enough left over to power other things.

This is an accurate summary, but so that the reader doesn't tune out the presentation because this sounds too outlandish, I should mention that there have been several working prototypes that demonstrate this principle which we don't understand yet, but may have to do with a phase-angle beading or harmonic resonance that pulls electrical energy from the surroundings.

Thermal Electric

Steorn, an innovative technology firm, is under contract with the two largest corporations in the electric hot water heating market worldwide. Currently in development, their HephaHeat product will cost about as much as the electric water heater it's replacing, but will consume one fifth as much electricity.

Cold Fusion

Cold fusion would change everything, including our dependence on oil in the Middle East. It overcomes the hurdle preventing the use of nuclear fusion for generating electricity -- the incredibly complex and demanding requirements necessary for the use of hot fusion. Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC), says Allan, is developing breakthrough proprietary technology that produces large amounts of commercially-usable heat energy at very low cost. It works by transforming the hydrogen in ordinary water using a safe, controlled process.

All of these technologies show enormous promise: clean, super-efficient, non-depleting, reliable and affordable. Meredith and Allan guide us through these exotic, creative energy sources with fearless poise -- inviting all of us along for the ride to a more sustainable future.

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Speaking of reality shows, Dixon Troyer of Pyramid Films, which is producing the "Underground Bunker" reality show on Discovery channel, is approaching a major network today about doing the "Free Energy Quest" reality show, in which they would follow me around as I check out these various exotic free energy technologies developments. 

In other birthday coincidence news, this morning I took my wife and kids (or they took me) to see Nutcracker. Today was free for homeschoolers, to see one of three acts, and we're home schooling our boy. It was well worth the 2.5-hour trip one-way to go see it. This is the first time I've seen the Nutcracker, even an abbreviated version. As we were leaving, I was amused to see that Ballet West, which is the subject of a dance reality show, was founded in 1963 -- the year I was born.

For some reasons, it seems my birthdays tend to be remarkable. Here are the stories from the last two years: 

  • Featured: Best Exotic FE >
    Happy Birthday to Me: A Flood of Free Energy - On my birthday, I am being treated to a barrage of amazing developments to report on, including: TurXator overunity electromagnetic generator contracting for 85 GW; Freddy's water-fuel cell plans being posted; BlackLight's hydrino validation; Jeremiah Sturk's magnet motor; Wiseman's instructions on Bedini's electromagnetic overunity kits; 12 kW gravity motor. (PESN; November 30, 2010)

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