February 8 , 2012

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Free Energy Up-date - February 8, 2012


Well, it's been about six months since my last Update. I'd like to wish a warm welcome to all of the new people who signed up for this service during that time. If you are interested, you can find all of my previous Update Newsletters on the Newsletter Archive page of my website:


Well, I've got some news that can't wait, so I wanted you to get it quickly. That being the case, this is a shorter Newsletter Update than usual.

I wanted to be the first to let you know that John Bedini and I are Hosting a Science and Technology Conference this summer in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The Weekend event will be held on Saturday, June 30th and Sunday, July 1st. Attendance will be limited to 150 participants, so register for the event as soon as you can. Among other things, there will be presentations on a gas powered generator that can run for "a very long time" on a tank of gas, ways to cut your lighting costs by 50%, a number of presentations showing advanced designs for high COP electric motors, and much, much more. I'd love to tell you all of the details, but if you just follow this link to the Conference Registration page, you can find out everything there.


In the meantime, here is one man's vision of how a "free energy future" can be created with a number of new discoveries in nano-technology. Obviously, I have been tracking different technologies, but it shows that even "main stream" academics are talking "free energy" now.


There have also been some amazing discoveries, recently, involving a new form of carbon, called "graphene". A variation of graphene, called graphene-oxide, has been found to have some singularly important properties. Not only will it prevent helium or hydrogen from leaking out of containers, but it will block the passage of every single element or compound, except one. That one exception is WATER! Future water purification filters, or even industrial sized water treatment facilities, may be able to make unlimited amounts of pure water from any source, including gray water, sewerage, heavily mineralized water, or even ocean water, with a single pass. Learn more about graphene-oxide at the following links:


There are also other links within these articles, so you can follow them to learn more.

And while we are on the subject of "unusual materials", my personal favorite is the "shape memory" metal called NITINOL. This metal has been around for decades and is slowly finding its little niche markets in medical prosthetics, magic tricks, temperature controlled activators, and toy motor demonstrations. But the real, behind-the-scenes work with NITINOL is best shown in this film, produced by CNN:


If you are interested in looking into your own "NITINOL Engine", you may want to look at this simple design consisting of a loop of NITINOL wire and two plastic wheels:


And then realize that NITINOL can be made to produce this effect at temperatures as low as the temperature of your body, like this offering of NITINOL wire for sale on Ebay: (Click Here)

The point is clear. Tremendous amounts of mechanical energy can be produced by the proper mechanism that allows NITINOL to be warmed and cooled just a few degrees. There is no debate anywhere within the "scientific community" that the behavior of NITINOL turns the Laws of Thermodynamics on their ear.

Well, that's all for now. Thanks for all your help in making this a better world.

Warm regards,

Peter Lindemann, DSc
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