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Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on New Energy: 2nd ISNE

2nd International Symposium on New Energy
Featuring Over 30 Advanced Energy Researchers
Including Several International Researchers

Sponsored by the Institute for New Energy



Was Held: May 12-15, 1994, at the Denver Hilton South, Denver, CO.


To bring together outstanding New Energy Researchers and their hardware, to share and discuss their latest research findings, to stimulate new research ideas, to coalesce researchers with industry, and to begin to attract major funding sources.

THE PROCEEDINGS: [656 Pages, Includs a Subject Index]
[8 1/2 by 11 by 1 1/2 inches, Spiral Bound]

Papers Presented by Speakers at the Conference (Tapes Available):
and [Proceedings Pages]:
All of the presentations are available on videotape unless noted!

Harold Aspden -    Magnetism and the Energy of Creation;
                     The $64 Question:  What is the Energy Source? [pp 1-20]
Patrick G. Bailey - Other Voices:  A Summary of Research Not Present
                     [pp 21-47]
T. E. Bearden -    Overunity Electrical Power Efficiency Using Energy 
                     Shuttling Between Two Circuits [pp 49-65]
Robert E. Beautlich - Multiple Dimensions of Time [pp 67-73]
                       [*** NOT AVALIABLE ON VIDEOTAPE ***]
Timothy A. Binder - Walter Russell's Perspectives on Free Energy and the
                     Russell Optical Dynamo Generator [pp 75-97]
Melvin Cobb and J. J. Hurtak - The Energy Trimmer: An Energy Conservation 
                     Circuit [pp 99-107]
William J. Fogal - Charge Barrier Semiconductor Technology and Wave
                     Function Bipolar Designs [pp 109-120]
Hal Fox -          Cold Nuclear Fusion, Space Energy Devices,
                     and Commercialization [pp 121-135]
Peter Graneau -    Saving Us $1 Billion of Electricity Every Year [pp 137-150]
George D. Hathaway - Characterizing the Performance of Non-Conventional
                     Electrical Machines Based on Power and Energy
                     Measurements [pp 151-172]
J. J. Hurtak and Alan Ames - The ALCON Levitation Technology:
                       State of the Art and New Advances [pp 173-190]
John Hutchinson -  The Hutchison Effect Apparatus [pp 191-198]
Shiuji Inomata and Yoshiyuki Mita - Design Considerations for Superconducting
                     Magnet N-Machine JPI-II [pp 199-218]
Ben Iverson -      The New Paradigm of Science [pp 219-241]
Donald A. Kelly -  The Gravity Drop Test Connection to Space Energy
                     Conversion [pp 243-256]
Moray B. King -    Vacuum Energy Vortices [pp 257-269]
Ronald J. Kovak -  Motion of Plasma as a Source of New Energy and Matter
                     Transformation:  Empirical Results [pp 271-281]
Wingate A. Lambertson - History and Status of the WIN Process [pp 283-288]
Kenneth MacNeill - An Overview of Several Potential Free Energy Devices 
                     [pp 289-298]
Stefan Marinov -   The Wrong Lorentz-Grassmann Equation, The Right
                     Lorentz-Marinov Equation, the Discovery of the
                     Scalar Magnetic Field and of the Self-Accelerating
                     Generator "SIBERIAN COLIU" in which Not Back but
                     Forth Electric Tension is Induced [pp 299-320]
William G. McMurtry - The Adams Pulsed Electric Motor Generator [pp 321-329]
Andrew Michrowski - Politics of Clean Energy [pp 331-338]
Brian O'Leary -    Green Power:  The Coming Free Energy Revolution and
                     the Return to Eden [pp 339-358]
Dale Pond -        The Keely Motor - How It Works [pp 359-371]
H. E. Puthoff -    Alternative Energy Sources:  Good News / Bad News
                     and "The 1 Watt Challenge" [pp 373-380]
Bill Ramsay -      Exploring the Aethers:  Adventures Inspired by
                     Hodowanec Discoveries [pp 381-401]
Walter L. Rosenthal - Apparatus and Techniques for Energy Machine Waveform
                     Acquisition [pp 403-408]
Paramahamasa Tewari - Generation of AC and DC Power from Space Power
                     Generators [pp 409-420]
John Thomas -      The Technology of Prof. John R. R. Searl [pp 421-433]
Michael Watson -   Construction of Floyd Sweet's VTA [pp 435-444]
Dennis Weaver -    Ecolonomics:  Fusion of Ecology and Economics [pp 445-450]
George H. Wiseman - The Energy Conserver Method [pp 451-465]

Papers Included in the Proceedings and Not Presented (No Tapes Avail.):

T. W. Barrett -    Tesla's Nonlinear Oscillator-Shuttle-Circuit (OSC)
                     Theory Compared with Linear, Nonlinear-Feedback and
                     Nonlinear-Element Electrical Engineering Circuit
                     Theory [pp 467-484]
Bruce L. Cathie -  Harmonics and the Unified Field Theory [pp 485-501]
Jorge C. Cure' -   On a Probable Quantum Electrodynamic Explanation of
                     Cold Fusion or Quantum Nuclear Chemistry [pp 503-510]
Roy E. Graham, Jr. - "Over Unity" Devices - They're Real [pp 511-514]
Ashley Gray -      Experimental Analysis of the Adams Pulsed Motor -
                     Generator [pp 515-524]
Josef Hasslberger - Dynamic Hydropower: The "Suction Turbine" or "Jet
                     Turbine" of Viktor Schauberger [pp 525-536]
Paul R. Jensen -   Examination and Analysis of the Series Resonant
                     LC Circuit [pp 537-543]
Paul R. Jensen -   The Unidirectional Transformer [pp 545-549]
Henry C. Monteith - The Monopole Basis of Electro-Gravity [pp 551-565]
Akira Nagaya -     Timetron [pp 567-584]
Donald Reed -      The Beltrami Field as Archetypal Vortex Topology
                     [pp 585-608]
Norman Silliman -  Physicists Dilemma:  Action at a Distance [pp 609-620]
Rollo Silver -     Analysis of an Electrical Switching Circuit [pp 621-629]
Floyd A. Sweet -   Nothing is Something:  The Theory and Operation of a
                     Phase-Conjugated Vacuum Triode [pp 631-644]

Other Presentations that are Available on Videotape:

Professor John R. R. Searl -  The Technology of Professor John R. R. Searl.

A Video made of the Various Energy Conversion Devices and Motors that were on
Display in rthe Display Area at the Conference.


Audio tapes and video tapes of all speakers and all workshops are available from:

Backcountry Productions
831 Alpine Street
Longmont, CO 80501

Audio Tape Prices: $8.00/tape, plus
Postage: $1.50/1st tape, plus $0.50/each additional tape.

Video Tape Prices: $20.00/tape, plus
Postage: $4.00/1st tape, plus $1.00/each additional tape.


The Proceedings is $50.00 plus Shipping and Handling as follows:

[656 Pages, Includes a Subject Index]
[8 1/2 by 11 by 1 1/2 inches, Spiral Bound]

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