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Videos about Free Energy. (Odyssey 1998)
Here are 3 excerpts from a video on an extremely sensitive subject: free energy, also called absolute zero energy or vacuum energy:
We call free energy the excess energy observed in certain inventions. This excess energy means that some energy systems would provide more energy than is needed to power them.
They could thus be self-sufficient and produce decentralized energy which is above all free for all. Nikola Tesla's work on very high frequency voltages made it possible to highlight for the first time over-unity phenomena (with energy efficiency greater than 1)
Brief presentation of Tesla and one of his main discoveries: vacuum energy.
Size: 3.5 2 minutes for Mo
21 minute video presenting and discussing vacuum energy. Remarkable fact: we see Stanley Meyer (and his machine which strongly resembles a water engine which performs a "supercracking" of water based on high frequencies and high voltages) a few months before his death (October 1998)
Size: 36 21 minutes for Mo
- Inventor Stanley Meyer on www.quanthomme.com
Scientific and philosophical conclusion of the large-scale use of free energy.
Size: MB 2.5 1 30minute
- Zero point energy
Another video: the masters of water (Arte 2002)
The subject: water in all its "states".
Interactions with music, shapes, we even touch a little to very reverse memory of water. Here is an impressive little excerpt: Water, shapes and vibrations.
Very impressive video on the vibratory properties of water. It would be interesting to see how another fluid behaves subjected to the same experiment and to draw scientific conclusions: is there something particular with water or not?
Size: 10 1 minute MB