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First published in this is the result of a lot of work by Patrick Kelly in gathering together information about free energy devices.
It is updates once or twice a week. It should be stressed that this information is what he has dis co vered as part of his interest in the subject and is mainly a reporting on what is being said by other people.
But as such I have found it invaluable as a starting point for any investigation. The full book can be found here It is a very big book!
It is nearly 3, pages long.
Luckily it has been broken down into smaller chunks. A quick guide to what Free-Energy is all about, explaining the basics.
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Cater’s pjibook generator and Dr Oleg Gritskevitch’s 1. John Bedini’s pulsed systems, Roger Andrews’ switching system, Ronald Knight’s battery information, Ron Pugh’s battery charger build, a self-charging battery pulser, the fan pulse charger, the automotive pulse charger, the self-charging motor, the Alexkor battery charger, Howerd Halay’s battery conditioning technique, the one-battery pulse charger, the Tesla Switch and the self-charging motor.
The energy in air, Bob Teal’s compressed air engine, Scott Robertson’s thoughts on putting low-pressure air into a tank of high-pressure air, the Leroy Rogers compressed-air vehicle engine adaption, the Vortex Tube, the Eber Van Valkinberg compressed fluids engine, the Clem engine, Vortex analysis by Prof. The HydroStar and HydroGen designs, running an engine on water alone, Hydroxy Boosters, electrolyser design, the ‘Hogg’ electrolyser, Pulse Width Modulation current control, Dave Lawton’s replication of Stan Meyer’s Water Fuel Cell water-splitter, Dave Lawton’s circuits and construction details, pipe-tuning ibfo, Dr Cramton’s low-power water-splitting, Stan Meyer’s water injection system, Peter Lowrie’s hydroxy system, mpg improvement through cam timing, the Firestorm spark plug, Ted Ewert’s Vortex Turbine, Water Vapour Injection systems, the Ram Implosion Wing, Fuelsavers, high mpg carburettors, Vortex fuel reformers and the weird nature of water.
Nikola Tesla’s power from air system, Dr.
Simple descriptions of Voltage, resistors, capacitors, current flow, multimeters, transistor circuits, sensor systems, relays, diodes, transistor testing circuits, Power Supply Units, AC, DC, rectification, the SCR, the triac, the opto-isolator, LEDs, chokes, transformers, the Schmitt Trigger, solenoids, RF detection, coil impedance, the diode bridge, multivibrators, inverters, truth tables, the chip, NAND gates, latches, bistables, gating, the chip, prototype construction, thethe Darlington pair, using a gate as an amplifier, the chip, the chip, op-amps and comparators, a simple, versatile, Schmitt inverter signal generator, the CDBC chip, the CDB with divide-by example, programming the PIC chip, capacitors, AC current in coils, resonance, constructing prototypes, test equipment and how to build it, and ‘the weird stuff’.
Efficient solid-fuel burners, Stan Meyer’s hydroxy gas burner system, the Kim heaters, the Eugene Frenette heater, the Eugene Perkins heater, the multi-disc heater, the Peter Davey heater, the simple home-build windmill design from Dan Bartmann and Dan Fink, William McDavid’s wind or water generator, Frank Herbert’s high-efficiency windmill, the ‘Power Plant for Caravans’ from Claude Mead and William Holmes, the easy-build Solar Funnel cooker, water and milk pasteurisation, the Solar Funnel as a Cooler, the Solar Puddle, the ‘Easy-Lid Cooker’, drinking water systems, solar sills, Elmer Grimes’ high-volume drinking water from air, the Chalice Courneya water from air system, Toribio Bellocq’s well-pumping system, Richard Dickinson’s well-pumping system, Arthur Bentley’s well-pumping system, the self-powered Ram Pump, wave power systems, solar icemaking, Einstein’s refrigeration through heating and solar panels.
How to get out of debt: What Should I Build? Appendix Part 1 The Appendix is part of the eBook and is normally downloaded with it.
However, there have been one or two requests for it to be available as a separate download, so here is Part 1 which is 4 Mb in size and which contains: Background download Appendix Part 2 Size 4 Mb, containing: Background download Appendix Part 3 Size 7 Mb, containing: