New Energy Research

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Promising Core Technology Examples:

 

Other Technologies Being Considered:

 

Example Research Papers

Global Energy Situation and Assessment:

Selected Scientific Papers on Energy Technologies:

Example of Books on Energy Technologies

  • Bearden, Thomas. 2002. Energy from the Vacuum – Concepts and Principles. Cheniere Press. Santa Barbara, CA. 952 pp.
  • Bedini, John and Thomas Bearden. 2006. Free Energy Generation – Circuits and Schematics. Cheniere Press. Santa Barbara, CA. 182 pp.
  • King, Moray. 2001. Quest for Zero-Point Energy. Paraclete Publishing, Provo, UT. 215 pp.
  • LaViolette, Paul. 2008. Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFO’s and Classified Aerospace Technology (3th ed.). Bear & Co., Rochester, VT. 512 pp.
  • Manning, Jeane. 1996. The Coming Energy Revolution, The search for Free Energy. Avery Publishing Group. Garden City Park, NY. 230 pp.
  • Manning, Jeane and Joel Garbon. 2009. Breakthrough Power – How quantum-leap new energy inventions can transform our world.
  • Valone, Thomas. (ed.), 1994. Electrogravitics Systems: Reports on a new propulsion methodology. Integrity Research Institute, Washington, DC 2005. 120 pp.
  • Valone, Thomas. 2005. Electro Gravitics II: Validating reports on a new propulsion methodology (2nd ed.). Integrity Research Institute, Washington, DC 20005. 159 pp.
  • Valone, Thomas. 2007. Zero Point Energy – The Fuel of the Future. Integrity Research Institute, Beltsville, MD. 228 pp.
  • Vassilatos, Gerry. 1999. Lost Science. Adventures Unlimited Press. Kempton, IL. 347 pp.