June 17, 1999
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SUMMARY OF THE CONF. ON FREE ENERGY HELD APR. 29-30, MAY 1, 1999, WASHINGTON D.C.
By The Alternative Energy Institute
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 1999 01:20:17 -0600 From: JIM MEISINGER
Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Organization: EAGLES NEST HOLDINGS MIME-Version: 1.0 To: Janet Lee Subject: Free energy X-Rcpt-To: email@example.com Subject: The New Energy Report: AEI Bulletin #1 - COFE Conference - 6/14/99 From: firstname.lastname@example.org Reply-To: email@example.com The Alternative Energy Institute [at www.altenergy.org] just completed an exclusive review (complete with photographs) of the controversial First Annual Conference on Future Energy (COFE) held recently in Bethesda, Maryland. COFE was hosted by the Integrity Research Institute (IRI) and co- sponsored by Infinite Energy Magazine and the Alternative Energy Institute. Initially embraced by the State Department's prestigious Open Forum program, COFE was later rejected when Bob Park of the American Physical Society criticized the meeting for its so-called "lack of conventional science." The US government's withdrawal of support forced IRI to move the meeting location from Washington, D.C. to Maryland. COFE showcased cutting-edge technologies such as Dr. Edmund Storms' chemically assisted nuclear reactions (CANR). Recently retired after 34 years at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dr. Storms has taken nuclear science to a new level with his CANR research, which generates energy without producing dangerous amounts of radiation or radioactive waste. David Hamilton, from the US Department of Energy, was there to inform the COFE crowd about the progress in hydrogen fuel cell technology and the D.O.E.'s own program called "Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles." Ford, Chrysler and General Motors are all working on fuel cell vehicles and automaker Daimler Benz expects to manufacture 100,000 fuel cell cars by 2004. Engineer W. David Wallman demonstrated his innovative carbon-arc Biomass Gasification Process that converts organic waste solutions into a unique hydrogen-based gas. The clean-burning gas can then be utilized to generate energy. Visionary businessman Les Adam's products excite the mind and the imagination, and best of all are available today! As president of AZ Industries, he leads a company that originally produced magnets for commercial markets and later diversified into a wide range of practical products; such as mobile water purification systems, an innovative non- combustive personal helicopter, and electric-vehicles. Adam may be best known for his sponsorship of the "Ener-Run," which is a rally for alternative energy-powered vehicles. Vehicles must run from Arkansas to California and back (4,000 miles) without re-fueling. Dr. Paul Brown, a leader in advanced nuclear technologies, introduced his betavoltaic (nuclear) batteries. Dr. Brown's low-power betavoltaic batteries enjoy a full-load operating life of 10 years at constant duty. These devices are not cheap, but enjoy long life and boast high energy density. Mitsubishi is interested in utilizing the batteries for satellites, relay towers, portable computers and other low-power applications. His battery innovations may not make him rich, but Brown is also commercializing the process to remediate nuclear waste into harmless isotopes using photofission. The work is ongoing and patents are currently pending. Other COFE topics presented included wind power which is the world's fastest growing energy field; the enigma of how to tap the sea of zero point energy and the decade-old argument over the plausibility of cold fusion. The world's thirst for cheap petroleum knows no bounds and the public and private sectors of society are finally realizing that burning fossil fuel is killing the planet and the creatures that inhabit it, including us. It will take a medley of energy systems to wean us from the internal combustion engine and its associated negative environmental impact. See for yourself why the US government refused to acknowledge these innovative researchers and scientists in their quest for decentralized, clean and limitless energy for the 21st century. This exclusive review is found at www.altenergy.org/News/COFE/cofe.html. The Integrity Research Institute is to be commended for their efforts to publicize future energy systems that will eliminate carbon emissions once and for all.
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