THE INSTITUTE FOR NEW ENERGY (INE)
Dr. Patrick Bailey, President
P.O. Box 201
Los Altos, CA 94023-0201
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INSTITUTE FOR NEW ENERGY
The Institute For New Energy (INE) is an official US non-profit technical organization and is a co-sponsor of the International Symposium On New Energy (ISNE). It is a membership organization whose monthly newsletter "The New Energy News" (NEN) reports the latest findings in New Energy research. The Institute's primary purpose is to promote research and educate society of the importance of alternative energy. It is also related to the International Association For New Science, whose goal it is to institute a paradigm shift in science and healing.
The Institute For New Energy believes that the planet Earth is in peril and something needs to be done immediately to save it from environmental destruction. The INE believes that one key to solving the environmental holocaust is with New Energy Technologies. The INE believes it is imperative that this technology be researched, developed, and released to the public and industry to save this planet. The International Symposium On New Energy has been held twice to discuss these issues.
DEFINITION OF NEW ENERGY
"New Energy" or "Advanced Energy" technology includes theory, research, construction, and the testing of advanced energy devices. These devices and systems may operate with a higher efficiency than those used today, and include advanced concepts where the energy conversion may appear to be over unity (such as in a dam or in a transistor). This means there is a greater energy output from a system compared to the energy input.
NEW ENERGY TOPICS
Space Power Generators, "over unity" and "free energy" machines, scalar wave theory, magnetic motors, vortex mechanics, cold fusion, electro-static generators, nuclear isotopes, motional magnetic fields, zero-point energy, N-machines, homopolar generators, and other concepts.
AFFILIATIONS WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
The INE affiliates with and interacts with many other US and international organizations.
such as the International Association For New Science (IANS) in the US, and the Planetary Association for Clean Energy (PACE) in Canada. The INE was formed as an outgrowth from the IANS in 1993, and maintains an information network exchange of information with any other technical society, non-profit organization, or professional group - anywhere.
PURPOSE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON NEW ENERGY (ISNE)
To bring together outstanding international New Energy researchers and their theories and devices, who will share and discuss their latest findings. The goals of this open symposium are to stimulate new research ideas, coalesce researchers with industry, and to find funding sources. The full Proceedings of the papers from the 1993 and the 1994 ISNE are still available for about $50.00 each.
NEW ENERGY NEWS
The New Energy News (NEN) is the Bi-Monthly Newsletter for the Institute for New Energy, and is mailed every other month to all INE members.
NEN Sample Issue: October 1995 - On Cold Fusion and Other Usual Topics
NEN Latest Issue's Table of Contents
It Contains 20 to 30 Pages per Issue.
It is Free with Your Membership, and is sent Non-Profit Bulk Rate Mail within the US.
Single issues are available for $3.00 each, sent via 1st class mail.
INFINITE ENERGY MAGAZINE
Infinite Energy Magazine (IEM) has become the world's definitive magazine on alternate energy conversion and "cold fusion" topics, and is also mailed every other month to all INE members, alternating with the NEN.
Infinite Energy Magazine Description
Infinite Energy Magazine's Issue's Table of Contents
JOURNAL OF NEW ENERGY
The Journal of New Energy (JNE) is a periodic journal comtaining advanced physics and energy conversion technical papers, available to the members of the Institute for New Energy and to the general public.
Journal of New Energy Summaries and Table of Contents
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