Viktor Schauberger

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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NEW BOOK FROM A.R.’S JEANE MANNING UNVEILS ENERGY BREAKTHROUGHS With gas prices soaring to unheard-of heights, many of those who have read in the pages of Atlantis Rising about ex­traordinary breakthrough energy technologies have been left to wonder why they have read so little about such devel­opments elsewhere. Now a new book from Atlantis Rising columnist Jeane Manning and energy consultant Joel Garbon blows the lid off what has been described as a virtual alternative energy coverup. Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-leap New Energy Inventions Can…

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Is the Energy a Cause or an Effect?

When this column appears it’ll be time to complete planning for the summer’s travels. How about taking in a couple of new-science meetings? If you want an excuse to fly to Munich, Germany, on July 7 the Perendev company is launching Mike Brady’s elec­tromagnetic motor. Check the web site www.perendev. com to see if it’s still happening. Closer to home, July 14 – 17 is the U.S. Psychotronics Association (USPA) meeting, in Laughlin, Nevada. About 15 years ago while reporting for Explore New Dimensions magazine,…

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On the Eve of Destruction or the Threshold of Freedom?

By Jeane Manning

From the Fukushima disaster onward, the past year was a rough ride. And then we’re told that an Earth-like planet was discovered. I agree with the Canadian radio announcer who said we have to travel to it speedily—to stop the primates from evolving. Seriously, it looks like our species is about to take an evolutionary leap—either over the cliff of self-destruction or toward a higher ground of awareness, responsibility, and harmony with life. The outcome won’t be decided by a toss of a cosmic coin…

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New Appreciation for Viktor Schauberger’s Legacy

By Jeane Manning

Viktor Schauberger is on my mind this week. Why thoughts of a long-deceased forester/inventor from faraway Aus­tria? There are several reasons. • This month’s New Energy Movement Canada event—the tenth in their series of speakers in Vancouver (www.newenergymovement.ca)—was titled “Schauberger’s Legacy.” • I received a new DVD from Austria on the same topic. • And we’re seeing the partial breakdown of an industrialized society that chose the “breakdown” type of technolo­gies. Schauberger predicted such societal disorder if twentieth century technological developments continued to go in the…

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From Whirlpools to Gyres: The Promise of Vortex Science

By Jeane Manning

If you personify nature and think about what would be in Mother Nature’s toolbox, you’d see her favorite shape, the vortex. It’s a three-dimensional spiral and comes in various sizes from galactic down to the planetary scale—the helical trajectories of planets—and on down to microscopic vortices. It has other names such as gyre and helix. You see its spiraling imprint on seashells and fern fronds, pinecones and pineapples—and throughout our own bodies. Nature not only works with the vortex shape, nature plays with it. By…

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Fire from Water

BY JOHN KETTLER

No, the writer didn’t flunk Chemistry. He wrote HHO, not the familiar H20, for the very good reason that it’s not water. In fact, it’s a whole new kind of gas, using a patented process inventor Denny Klein developed, a process requiring only a small amount of electricity and some distilled water. And what a gas! When it burns, it leaves only water as a combustion byproduct, yet can seemingly defy the fundamental laws which govern the behavior of gases, to include the one which…

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The Water Dimension

WILLIAM B. STEOCKER

Decades ago, when I was a NORAD Intelligence Officer, I was also a UFO investigator. This was an additional duty, since UFO investigation was no longer a responsibility of USAF intelligence due to a regulation change from AFR-200-2 to AFR 80-17. One day I received a report from a civilian who had seen a UFO over the city of Duluth, Minnesota. Then I got a report from another civilian who had seen, presumably, the same UFO west of the city only a few minutes later….

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