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Aerospace Insider Embraces New Energy Science

BY JEANE MANNING

Nick Cook’s search for answers to outside-the-box questions propelled him through topics other aerospace industry journalists shun—from antigravity to zero-point energy. His comfort with such concepts didn’t develop overnight, however; it took a decade of questioning before he was ready to write the page-turner book Hunt for Zero Point. That book chronicles his ten-year investigation into efforts to crack the Holy Grail of propulsion: antigravity technology. A sequel which he is about ready to write will focus much more on breakthrough energy technology. Recently in…

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Italian Inventors Enter ‘Cold Fusion’ Arena

JEANE MANNING

An “Energy Catalyzer” is the new item on the energy frontier at the time of this writing. Italian engineer Andrea A. Rossi and Professor Sergio Focardi of the University of Bologna announced a technology for a reaction that produces excess heat—at low cost and in quantities that would make it commercially useful. It involves a catalytic reaction be­tween nickel, hydrogen, and some secret elements, but they avoid calling it “cold fusion.” At this time it looks like the Italians do have a viable technology that…

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Stunning Possibilites Emerge for New Energy

BY JEANE MANNING

As if the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster wasn’t enough to wake us up regarding our prevailing energy sources, the world is now watching a nuclear scenario unfold. Meanwhile, the people of Japan have been quietly modeling the better qualities of humankind. Despite being hit with triple catastrophes, they have generally displayed calmness, strength of character, and compassion in countless daily acts of sharing-with-strangers. One of those examples of dignified behavior was provided without fanfare at the recent Conference on Future Energy (COFE, held jointly…

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How Ken Shoulders Cleared the Way for Our Future

By Jeane Manning

How can an inventor of breakthrough energy technology outwit officials who want to classify it? As I think back on the contributions of a remarkable pioneer who died in the past year, I remember his strategy—quickly publish a book and distribute the knowledge around the world. Ken Shoulders did just that. Recently a lifetime of his work that he put into public domain became accessible. It’s at both Rex Research and Keelynet websites, thanks to researchers who put it online and built the mirror site…

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Extraordinary Technology at TeslaTech

By Steve Kaplan

I am honored to be asked to serve as the new energy columnist for Atlantis Rising. I am filling big shoes. Dr. Gene Mallove, the first to write this column, was, and continues to be, one of my heroes. His scientific and moral leadership and fearless advocacy of new energy R&D set the standard for all of us. Jeane Manning is a beloved colleague and an unmatched journalist for her comprehensive and clear coverage of the discoveries of new energy scientists and inventors. One of…

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The End of Invisible Breakthroughs

BY JEANE MANNING

If the coming energy revolution had a theme song, its lyrics would have remained much the same for decades. One refrain is about breakthrough energy discoveries being ignored by the established mindset. However, I believe we’re approaching a time when the breakthroughs will appear evident to a wide swath of the public, with or without the blessing of gatekeepers. This theme comes to mind for several reasons: At the American Physical Society conference in Denver this spring, significant developments in “cold fusion” were announced by…

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Did Ancient Shamans Know Secrets of the Wave?

JEANE MANNING

In a recent conversation with Toby Grotz, I again had the privilege of glimpsing the big picture of an emerging future science. It’s based on a deeper understanding of how the universe works. Throughout history and prehistory, individuals have momentarily seen beyond the material world into the non-material. They peer more deeply into creation and perceive non-physical spiraling energy; they see the results of invisible vortices that create matter and destroy and create again endlessly. The same dynamic is everywhere, from the galactic down to…

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The 4th State of Matter and Unlocking Free Energy

Report from the Front

Ten years ago, my favorite column in Atlantis Rising magazine was “The New Heretic,” by Eugene Mallove, Ph.D. I also looked forward to editorials in his technical magazine, Infinite Energy. His eloquence, credentials, and enthusiasm opened doors for the cold-fusion community. At various meetings I’d enjoyed his irreverent sense of humor, and when I telephoned to check facts he generously gave me insights. Then on May 14, 2004, he was brutally murdered. He was found outside his childhood home, which was vacant at the time,…

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A Win for the Little Guy Over Detroit’s Big Boys

By Jeane Manning

The Breakthrough Power book tour last month of a few towns—Oregon and northern California—brought us in touch with university students and other savvy people. On the last night of the tour my coauthor Joel Garbon and I and New Energy Congress president Sterling Allan, along with Raphial Morgado gave a presentation to some students at San Jose State University. Morgado demonstrated his MYT (Massive Yet Tiny) Engine running on compressed air. The MYT™ Engine is not “free energy,” but its forty times higher power-to-weight ratio…

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Overunity Power & the Fight Against Humidity

BY JEANE MANNING

The energy revolution can’t be captured in a few words; it’s made of diverse people at various stages of progress and academic acceptance. In this month’s column I’ll focus on two people who are taking customers’ orders for revolu­tionary inventions that are quite different from each other. Both came to my attention again last month when I was at the Tesla 150-Year Congress in Germany. Professor Leslie Szabo took the podium on the last day, last hour of the Congress. I didn’t get to talk…

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