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* AVAILABLE NOW * Zero Entropy States by Paul Babcock – Reversing Time?

Years ago, John Bedini posted multiple references on his website in the late 90’s regarding a “Time Charge” when it came to charging capacitors from the School Girl energizers and discharging them to batteries. Hardly anyone ever took this comment seriously but Paul Babcock definite did and when we consider the depth of Paul’s experience, […]

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**NEW RELEASE** Energy Conference 2020: Paul Babcock’s Electrocoagulation Presentation

From our friends at the 2020 Energy Science & Technology Conference Paul Babcock’s presentation on Electrocoagulation (EC) is finally available – if you want to know how to purify water for pennies compared to many methods, which is also super simple, this will be very valuable to you. EC has been around a long time, which […]

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* NEW RELEASE * Aether Weirdness – It’s about TIME!, Magic Batteries and Other Observations by Paul Babcock

Paul Babcock is starting to open source his life’s work in the electrical sciences – it took millions of dollars, 10’s of thousands of hours over the years and a lot of battles for him to get to his current understanding. This presentation on Aether Weirdness is part of this disclosure. There are commonalities between various overunity machines […]

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2017 ESTC

High Voltage Faraday Generator – Aaron Murakami shows how to charge a capacitor to well over 100 volts. Since Faraday, only ultra low voltage with high current has been obtained by the Faraday Generator. As an added bonus, you will also learn how to create AC from a Faraday Generator. Poor Man’s Split the Positive […]

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RADIANT energy in the form of electric waves (Cosmic, Zero-Point, Aetheric)

The term Radiant Energy is often misused, and has different meaning in different circles of electrical science. The modern term describes radiant energy as the energy carried in electromagnetic waves, across the entire electromagnetic spectrum, including light. It is most often used in the fields of radiometry, solar energy, heating, lighting, and communications. While this […]

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