Where are the English subtitles?

I rented the film Out of the Void from Vimeo. It was worth the $7 for me, but mainly for the footage about P. Tewari during the last half of the film. The first 53 minutes was in the German language and unfortunately I’m uni-lingual.

A recent email from Toby Grotz highlighted two of the scenes significant to an electrical engineer: first, the tests of Tewari’s Reactionless Generator conducted by utility engineers including Murlidhar Rao, former technical director of the Karnataka Power Corporation.

Next, the over unity test results are confirmed at the Kirloskar Electric Ltd. factory where the vice president, factory manager and lead electrical engineer discuss their own replication of the device and over unity test results!

Visuals of Schappeller’s drawings, and of Claus Turtur’s (tapping raum-energie–space energy?) demonstration, in the first half of film were interesting though, and the Schappeller drama was visually interesting.

I’m slightly editing a comment I made in the previous blogpost about the press release, because Paramahamsa Tewari did himself say in the film “…More power can be produced than what is put into the system.” (And that includes input from the “aether”.)
Previously I’d known him to be mostly cautious publicly about the wording and only say that his invention is very efficient. However he never hesitates to talk about the source of excess input — the “aether” or surrounding space.


Out of the Void film tells it; ‘Space is not empty’


The docudrama film Out of the Void is now released and can be rented or purchased for viewing; download from Vimeo here . I’m especially interested because I’ve interviewed two of the three main inventors featured in it–Paramahamsa Tewari and Claus Turtur. Couldn’t interview Carl Schappeller because he’s dead. The film centers on the true story […]

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wealth of info at Energy Science & Technology 2016

Aaron demo

If you want to learn principles of how to tap into a previously-unknown source of energy, a prime place to look for info is the videos from the Energy Science & Technology Conferences. Aaron Murakami, pictured here, organizes the yearly conferences in Hayden, Idaho. This year his own presentation was titled Negative Resistance Decreases Capacitor […]

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Energy Science & Tech conference attendees are interesting also


You meet the most interesting people at the Energy Science & Technology conferences in Hayden, Idaho. The speakers are pioneers on the frontier of energy science and you feel like you’re watching human history being changed. Pictured are a couple of the conference attendees. Ben Smith of Texas is using magnets to show Katlin Dahn […]

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Wild West new-energy scene is just a stage

wild west

Chaos is OK; it’s half of nature’s perpetual cycles between order and disorder. That was one of today’s messages from speakers at the 2016 Global BEM conference. The comment was in response to concern about what New Energy Movement executive director Susan Kornacki has termed the “Wild West” state of disorder– a lack of agreed-on […]

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