Tag: United States

AmpEnergo claims the Western Hemisphere

While much vigorous discussion over the past week has focused on the plans of Defkalion Green Technologies S.A. to commercialize Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat technology, U.S.-based AmpEnergo Inc. quietly posted a new press release on their website on June 27. The press release is very brief and gives little new information, but it does clarify the […]

Interviews with Andrea Rossi and Alexandros Xanthoulis of Defkalion

Following Defkalion’s recent press conference Andrea Rossi and Alexandros Xanthoulis of Defkalion were interviewed by representatives from the Italian engineering company Phizero. Rossi’s interview is rather short, but he discusses his contract with the University of Bologna. Xanthoulis answers questions about Defkalion’s operations. You can see the video here. Some of the points that Xanthoulis …

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Ny Teknik: E-Cat gets U.S. partner

Ny Teknik reports that Andrea Rossi has reached an agreement with a new company in the United States. The agreement builds on several years of contacts with people linked to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Read article in Ny Teknik here
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Sterling Allan on Ca$h Flow: “It’s an act of revolution to support free energy”

“Cold fusion is no longer a maybe-possibly-probably not-junk- science. It is now real and it is emerging into the marketplace and we will see the first 1 MW power plant coming in mid-October of this year which will be producing 300,000 units per year. And that’s just starting. And so this is a great opportunity … Continue reading Sterling Allan on Ca$h Flow: “It’s an act of revolution to support free energy”

On the rise of Gravitation in a discrete space-time

by Chatzichri’stos Aris Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Athens, Greece. Direct Download Contents Abstract Introduction 1. Basic Concepts and Principles 2. Conservation of Energy 3. Entropy and Space Expansion 4. Destination and Velocity 4.1 Movement 4.2 Destination 4.3 Velocity 5. Newtonian Gravitation and Special Relativity 5.1 Gravitational Force […]