Comments on "free energy" devices

Date: 5 June 2001

Dear Friends,

Just in case you haven't seen our list of "working" new-energy devices, here it is:

Definition: New-energy does not include the older forms of "alternative energy" with sources from sun, wind, tide, geothermal, or biomass. Our group has spent almost 12 years searching the world for new-energy devices. There are now four new-energy devices that have strong commercial potential that have been invented, tested, and are in some stage of being commercialized. All four new-energy devices are patented (or patents pending) and all four appear to pass our stringent requirements:

1. The device must provide three times as much energy output as energy input.
2. The source of the energy must have a scientific basis.
3. The devices must be non-polluting, tap a large energy source, and be able to be economically manufactured, in other words, have a strong commercial potential.

The following is a list of viable new-energy devices that are JUDGED to have near-term, strong, commercial potential:

1. Devices based on high-density, electron charge clusters (six patents issued). For example, see U.S. Patent 5,018,180. Note: this is the first patent, known to us, to state that the excess energy comes from tapping the zero-point vacuum energy of space. This discovery appears to be the best candidate for providing our future energy needs. Our group [Emerging Energy Marketing Firm, Inc. (EEMF) in Salt Lake City, Utah] has the exclusive rights to all six patents that have issued in the U.S.

2. Dr. Randell Mills patented discovery of energy from water (hydrogen in water). See The source of this energy is a new form of chemical energy.

3. The Russian (Koldamasov) patented process for a low-energy nuclear reactor. Reportedly, two kilowatts of electrical input provides forty kilowatts of thermal energy. The source of this energy is from relatively safe, low-energy, nuclear reactions. [Note: We have been promised a copy of the device but have not yet received it.]

4. Dr. Tom Bearden (and co-inventors) stationary electromagnetic generator (patent pending). This device apparently is also tapping the energy of space. Independent testing is currently scheduled or underway. [One replication has been reported. However, commercialization is an estimated $15 million away.]

It is estimated that any one of the above new-energy discoveries can be commercialized within two years with an estimated $15 million or less. To build a new fossil-fuel-powered, atmospheric-polluting, electrical generating plant will take at least three years and cost $100 million or more. Our group is being privately funded for a project to demonstrate that radioactive solids can be transmuted to stable elements with a dramatic reduction in radioactivity. We have already demonstrated the capability to dramatically reduce radioactivity from radioactive liquids. (Paper presented at a meeting of the American Nuclear Society. Original inventor is the late Stan Gleeson).

Best personal regards,

Hal Fox
Editor Journal New Energy

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