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While it is incumbent upon the New Energy Movement to identify and assess those technologies which hold the most potential to revolutionize energy production, we are not yet in a position to make definitive recommendations. There is such gamut of effects and so many devices as yet lacking adequate peer review, it is of primary importance to broadly describe the phenomena witnessed to-date. Some of the outstanding New Energy figures we recognize as having made seminal contributions to this budding revolution are portrayed in a photographic tribute throughout the site. These are:


Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) was the genius who lit the world, whose discoveries in the field of alternating polyphase current electricity advanced the United States and the rest of the world into the modern industrial era.

Nikola Tesla had 700 patents in the US and Europe. Tesla's discoveries include the Tesla Coil, fluorescent light, wireless transmission of electrical energy, radio, remote control, discovery of cosmic radio waves and use of ionosphere for scientific purposes.

Tesla believed in an all-pervading ether. He felt the ether was always in motion, that this motion was the basis of electricity, and ascribed all electric and magnetic phenomena to electrostatic molecular forces.....When asked how he was able to bring through so many ideas, he replied that he simply started with a strong desire to invent a particular thing. After weeks, months or years of holding the idea and possible solutions in his head, eventually there was a second stage where he inwardly felt he could solve the problem and the details would slowly surface consciously. At this point, he would begin to visualise the mechanisms and such that would later be actually built. In 30 years of such relaxed 'tapping in' there was never an invention that failed to work."

He is quoted as saying: "Electric power is everywhere present in unlimited quantities and can drive the world's machinery without the need of coal, oil, gas, or any other of the common fuels."


(See papers by Dr. Mallove on this site under NEW ENERGY PIONEERS. )

References from: http://www.eugenemallove.org/

Mallove was a former MIT science writer, and the founder and editor of Infinite Energy and President of the New Energy Foundation. Having witnessed an official cover-up of vital Cold Fusion evidence at M.I.T., Gene became perhaps the foremost advocate of New Energy in the world. He was brutally murdered in May 2004.

"Gene was a tireless supporter and enthusiast of ideas and people that had been pushed out from the scientific mainstream, especially in the area of new energy technology. An important contribution early on in the cold fusion area was to pen an important book [Fire from Ice] that brought to the attention of the public and other scientists some of the results, arguments and discussion surrounding the Fleischmann and Pons experiment. Over the years, Gene had provided encouragement for many working in this and in other outcast areas, and had helped arranged for support for a few efforts. In more recent times, he created Infinite Energy magazine (IE), which provided a forum for people with ideas outside of the scientific mainstream to have their say, and to allow for a circulation of the ideas within the readership of his magazine."

"Eugene Mallove stood for all that is great in science, in journalism, and in life. His persistence, dogged perseverance, and character, is embodied in his creation: Infinite Energy (IE) Magazine. In doing this, Eugene Mallove was an innovator. Forthrightly, he captured an important feature of science that seems to have been lost: curiosity and our ability to harness it. Beginning in 1995, he inspired in me an interest in work by Roger Stringham, involving sonofusion. ... Countless examples exist about the impact of Eugene's admonitions. He inspired other people, not only to be creative, honest, and sincere, in areas related to Cold Fusion, but, in other contentious areas of science. He created in all of us who knew him a desire to be creative about the things in life that really count: sincerity, seeking the truth, and being true to ourselves. Eugene Mallove not only stood for all that is great about science, and journalism, but in life. Most of all he believed in the truth, seeking the truth, and being sincere about seeking the truth. His loss is not only a loss for me, as a friend, but a deeper loss, for humanity as a whole."

We at New Energy Movement mourn Gene's loss and dedicate this site to the work of all who, like him, have given their lives in the service of a hopeful future of freedom

Bruce DePalma (1935 - 1997), was a Lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Head of Photographic R&D at Polaroid Corporation. He pioneered basic studies into the nature of rotation, magnetism and the physics of space. He discovered the principle of Variable Inertia (see: rexresearch.com/depalma/depalma.htm#2), refuting Einstein's assumption of 'equivalence' between Inertial and Gravitational Mass. In the last 20-years of his life, DePalma focussed on the anomalous behavior of the homopolar generator (see: rexresearch.com/kinchelo).

He founded DePalma Institute, a New Zealand Trust, which maintains his legacy in the form of technical & philosophical papers and a research library.

One of his seminal papers on the nature of space (PreExistent Primordial Field) may be found among others at his memorial website.

See also the work of his colleagues, Tewari:

and Trombly:

References from KeelyNet.com

19th century acoustics researcher John Worrell Keely lived in Philadelphia from 1872 til his death in 1898.

During that time, he was written up in the local newspapers and in various national magazines as well as funded by many wealthy philanthropists. Keely was often targeted by Scientific American and others who could never disprove or duplicate any of his demonstrations or experiments during his lifetime.

On his death, they pounced on his lab, claiming to find massive evidence of fraud in the form of hidden tubes and such in the walls and floor of his lab.

Keely basically took advantage of the natural properties of waves which, when rectified or conjugated take the form of PUSH, BALANCE and PULL. Using resonance and phase conjugation Keely demonstrated a wealth of phenomena which included;

  • instantly exploding 3 drops of water to produce 29,000 PSI,
  • disintegrating quartz crystal using acoustics (rediscovered as shock waves currently being used to reduce garbage to a fine powder),
  • producing rotation by compound sound waves (patented in modern times by Panasonic as ultrasonic motors),
  • tapping into what he calls 'ether flows' to run his engines,
  • producing a glowing blue light in water using acoustics (now rediscovered as 'sonoluminescence'),
  • a compound motor that ran from many frequencies (later exploited by Tesla as his 'polyphase motor'),
  • demonstrating a pneumatic cannon powered by release and instant expansion of a bizarre plasma vapor,
  • an acoustic based flying machine that levitated and propelled itself in the presence of government witnesses and sundry other discoveries.

Viktor Schauberger (1885 - 1958) was a natural scientist whose ideas were way ahead of the time. As a young man he worked as a 'forest-master' in the Austrian Alps when they were still a true wilderness. His remarkable observations of Nature-in-the-raw were to influence his entire life's work.

Schauberger's insights into Nature's ways pivoted around the essential characteristics of water as a living substance that energises all life, both organic and inorganic. He frequently asserted "water is a living organism" - an idea to which poets and philosophers have subscribed, but which has escaped conventional science.

He was passionate about trees, and natural forests as the cradle of water. He warned how deforestation would deplete the world of water and destroy fertility, causing deserts and climatic chaos. He argued that when the natural eco-systems are in balance and diversity rules, there is great creativity and the evolution of higher and more complex life forms, but there is also order and stability.

Viktor warned that the more we continued to go against Nature, the whole eco-system would become sick, the climate destructive, and human society would break down, with extreme violence, greed and pandemic illnesses.

Viktor Schauberger's discovery of the enormous energy potential contained in living water led him to develop the technology of implosion (the opposite to explosion) with radical new forms of propulsion and an appliance that converted lifeless water into healing water with the vitality of a mountain spring. His insights about vortex energy and implosion have made possible the development of a new range of products that give us sustainable and healing energy, and show the way to healing our environment.

The Nazi regime and American businessmen both tried to exploit his discoveries, the strain of which led to the loss of Schauberger's inventions and his untimely death.

"I must furnish those, who would protect or save life, with an energy source, which produces energy so cheaply that nuclear fission will not only be uneconomical, but ridiculous. This is the task I have set myself in what little life I have left" - Viktor


"I am well aware of the fact that the human race has known about the existence of a universal energy related to life for many ages. However, the basic task of natural science consisted of making this energy usable. This is the sole difference between my work and all preceding knowledge." - Wilhelm Reich

In the 1930s, Wilhelm Reich, M.D. - an Austrian psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and scientist-discovered a powerful, new biological energy, and for the next two decades devoted his life to the investigation of its laws and properties. Reich confirmed the existence of this energy in the human body, verified its presence in the atmosphere, developed instrumentation to observe and collect it, and harnessed it for a variety of purposes from cancer treatment to motor power to weather experimentation.

For a full biography of this great pioneer, see:

Another, particularly insightful quote of Reich's:

"Scientific matters can only be clarified by prolonged, faithful bona fide observations in friendly exchange of opinion, never by litigation... Man's right to know, to learn, to inquire, to make bona fide errors, to investigate human emotions must, by all means, be safe, if the word FREEDOM should ever be more than an empty political slogan."

Reich was publicly persecuted for his work, incarcerated and tragically died of heart-failure in a Federal Penitentiary.