SuperMag Announcement March 12, 2007, Frustrations
Date: Thursday, March 15, 2007 @ 20:32:27 MST
Topic: Devices

Hal Ade writes: Hello,

As I recently mentioned in one of my comments on ZPEnergy, I'm monitoring at least three "Free Energy" companies of interest to me. One of them, SuperVision, has just given yet another press release on its SuperMag generator:

Though I'm a fervent loyalist to the more than 99% probability of "Free" Energy not only from the vacuum of space, but also from material sources such as Low Energy Nuclear Reactions ("Cold Fusion") and the BlackLight "hydrino" process, the skeptic in me is just beginning to come out when I hear or read a lot of "hype", tempting or taunting us to expect a public demonstration of a revolutionary "Free Energy" machine, "this year", "shortly", or on a specific day, which is ultimately cancelled due to "insufficient ticket sales". Then there are the philosophical dissertations from various F-E representatives on the hardships to befall us from "peak oil" and Global Warming, and the wonderful life we could have whenever Free Energy devices finally come to pass. To use a general dictum from the "street", "We *know* all that!"

I think I could speak for most of the public, including members of the Free Energy aggregate who, not participating in the F-E development process, are quite frustrated by now, having our hopes dashed so many times, in that we want news of *TECHNOLOGICAL progress* for these devices - improvements in applied science and and engineering, without divulging intellectual property gotten at great expense, both monetary, and through hard labour. There is one company who is doing just that: Mark Tomion's Archer Energy Enterprises, through its Electrodynamic Field Generator, A.K.A. the "StarDrive Device". Tomion states his progress, and sometimes setbacks, in fairly technical terms, and I sometimes wonder whether he is releasing too much information for the good of his project. MPI has published its patent application on its motionless magnet-type device, and I look forward to at least being informed that the self-running prototype has performed before persons ready to invest big money immediately. As I see it, the example of EEStor, the company with the "hyper"-capacitor "battery", should be followed, and nothing said until at least a prototype which works as claimed, has been developed. Understandably, developers should not divulge proprietary technology, but many of us are sick of empty hype as well, where there is little or nothing yet to show for it. The only compromise, therefore, is silence, until the prototypes are ready to demonstrate.

Hal Ade.

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