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Customers Philip Snow writes: I'm not sure what you would make of this - I don't know what to make of it. I host a website called Magnetic Energy which, per the request of a chap named Kevin in the U.S., I copied and hosted from his website www.magneticenergy.com. I think Kevin was worried that his site would be barred by the U.S. web police. His site has now disappeared so maybe he was right.

Posted by vlad on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 15:55:56 EST (8308 reads)
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Public Appeal for Support
Customers From Tim Ventura: Dear Everybody:

American Antigravity is transforming itself into a non-profit organization to better serve the needs of the online AG & alt-science communities. We're already incorporated as a 501c3, but in order to meet the tax requirements we must hire a firm to complete our 1023 paper before becoming tax-exempt.

Posted by vlad on Sunday, February 13, 2005 @ 09:46:02 EST (5432 reads)
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Homeowners Bullish on Onsite Power in North America
Customers PRIMEN Press Release: Homeowners Bullish on Onsite Power in North America, as International Markets Begin to Grow - For immediate release

22% of Households Express High Interest in Backup Generation, Baseload Generation, and/or Utility Dispatch Leasing Program
Posted by vlad on Thursday, September 23, 2004 @ 20:55:28 EDT (5505 reads)
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Work for GWE...
Customers chrish64 writes: Genesis World Energy is accepting applications for employment in the Boise, Idaho area...expects to employ 4,500 by the end of 2004.


Posted by rob on Thursday, October 16, 2003 @ 14:42:10 EDT (6141 reads)
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A Passionate Plea by a good hearted person to Genesis World Energy.
Customers Anonymous writes: This is a plea by a good hearted person to Genesis World Energy. Genesis World Energy,

If the information on your website is true then your company, in the near future, will totally change the world in what will seem like the blink of an eye. According to your website, hundreds of companies around the world are signing up to start mass producing your Edison Devices, HICEF's, and iGAS technologies. And soon they will start producing these devices.

Posted by vlad on Sunday, October 05, 2003 @ 20:56:55 EDT (25312 reads)
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Customers duane writes: I can not think of anything else that could so greatly help the worlds energy needs. I totally understand all the forces involved in trying to block such technology. It is those forces that need to be overcome at all cost! The powers to be will see this as a major obstacle in their control over the masses. Just think of all the wars that could be avoided if everyone had free energy, but then those who's greed and power lye in oil, coal, and gas would have no power to affect and dominate people and world policy.

Posted by vlad on Sunday, August 04, 2002 @ 10:07:00 EDT (4148 reads)
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Is it too soon to change my service provider?
Customers Korbyn Ero writes: Just a note to assure you that the public is ready.I first discovered the topic in an interview with Brian O'Leary in issue 17 of Mondo 2000(can anyone tell me what happened to my subscription or the check for $24.00?),which I can't seem to find in print anymore. Thanks Mondo for opening my eyes to a brighter future.
Although my understanding of the science behind zpe is limited, I fully accept it as "reality" and look forward to ,at least, new info on the topic and the inevitable transformation to a new way of life.

Posted by vlad on Sunday, June 23, 2002 @ 09:10:00 EDT (4211 reads)
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Landlords Seek New Tenants: Power Generators
Customers The soft real-estate market in California is having the unintended consequence of encouraging commercial landlords to locate power-generation
systems on their properties, The Wall Street Journal reports. That, at least, is one of the considerations driving demand for on-site power plants, says Daniel Cashdan, chairman of RealEnergy Inc., which installs and operates such systems and sells electricity to the property owner at market rates. RealEnergy is operating or is in the process of installing power-generation systems at 37 office properties and two hotels in
California. And the company is in talks with about a dozen landlords in New York, and expects to have several systems installed by the end of the year, says Mr. Cashdan.
(Wall Street Journal, June 5, 2002)

Posted by vlad on Sunday, June 09, 2002 @ 20:07:00 EDT (4886 reads)
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Where are the customers?
Customers According to a market survey conducted in the third quarter of 2000 by RKS Research & Consulting, North Salem, N.Y., on 831 energy-intensive companies in U.S. (in eight business sectors), one third of them expressed interest in generating their own electricity. Half of the business leaders surveyed said that self generation is the best strategy to meet their firm's growing electricity needs.
A residential survey was conducted at the same time on households with annual income in excess of $50,000 and the results show 31% of consumers expressed interest in generating their own power.

David Reichman, president of RKS said: "I think what we're seeing is the beginning of something that's going to absolutely change the way the electric power industry works, the way electricity is distributed in this country. And I think that it's going to have a profound affect on every aspect of this industry and probably every industry."

And keep in mind: these people were talking about "classical" Distributed Generation (DG) applications such as advanced reciprocating engines, microturbines, fuel cells, etc. How would
the statistics look when the news that a ZPE device custom manufactured for the daring client is available for sale with 205say a one year money back guarantee?

Nevertheless, there has not been a single posting (or attempt to post) in the Customers section of this site since inception! Where are the customers? Is this topic still so 205unbelievable?

Posted by vlad on Sunday, October 28, 2001 @ 19:26:00 EST (4480 reads)
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