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Should a free/open/reputable international FE technology testing organization be established?

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"Should a free/open/reputable international FE technology testing organization be established?" | Login/Create an Account | 8 comments
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Re: Should a free/open/reputable international FE tech. test (Score: 1)
by solaris on Sunday, March 25, 2007 @ 23:19:43 GMT
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Because academics will laugh you in the face when you bring a FE device for testing, private labs will cost you an arm and a leg (and you don't know who they work for), the government labs will do it and say nothing, but you'll "feel" it immediately if you have something ...why do you think none of the hundreds various FE technologies invented so far have been "officially" tested yet? (looking forward to see what Steorn does).

If you can set up an international organization led by well known, open minded scientists, well funded by responsible people and organizations from all over the world (with branches in most countries) with a stated mission to provide open access to all inventors of alleged revolutionary but unconventional technologies to have their devices honestly & properly (scientifically) tested for free, this world would have FE and possible gravity control in no time. How you can make and keep this organization work for the people is a much more complicated issue. Any suggestions?

Re: Should a free/open/reputable international FE technology (Score: 1)
by techmac on Wednesday, March 28, 2007 @ 17:13:21 GMT
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Testing by disinterested organizations can more quickly legitimize a new device. A very energetic machine will sell itself, but to be able to overcome the unscientific critic's voodooization, an international organization needs to be formed for each legitimate sub-group of free energy device.
The less government of any sort is involved, the more any free testing system will be effective. Private agreements can work worldwide. I like Hal Ade's idea of lawyer-like contingency fee charged to the technology that makes substantial income. In aviation's infancy, many international organizations for its support sprung up almost a century ago.
This website is one international, loosley organized group, which is a catalyst for new specialized groups which may represent the different sub-species of FE. Cold fusion because of its greater age is already apparently more developed with international cooperations than are other forms of FE.

Re: Should a free/open/reputable international FE technology (Score: 1)
by adjudicator on Wednesday, April 04, 2007 @ 18:38:58 GMT
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The short answer is No.

There is no practical need for independent international assessors or testers. If you have not got a working model or prototype they, the assessors will have nothing to assess or test.

If you have a working model or prototype the world will beat a path to your door.

Re: Should a free/open/reputable international FE technology (Score: 1)
by nanotech on Saturday, May 12, 2007 @ 07:44:33 GMT
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In order to have a clearing house of working designs, and, standards. The downside is that this would also allow the "Suppression Forces" to target the working designs and designers!


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