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Permanent Magnets
Information and Resources on Permanent Magnets

Note: This article on permanent magnets was written by Peter Lindemann. To see his educational website which covers permanent magnets and other new energy sources. click here. For a concise summary of his excellent article on the history and hope of new energy sources, click here.

Harnessing the invisible force called magnetism has already changed the world. It has given us electricity, radio, television, computers, and thousands of other things. But it's greatest gift to mankind is yet to be realized. Permanent magnets can provide a source of inexhaustible, pollution-free energy.

In the last 120 years, dozens of inventors have reported success in harnessing magnetism to produce excess mechanical energy, electricity, and heat. Recently, there have even been reports of using magnets to produce refrigeration effects. With permanent magnets getting stronger and cheaper all the time more and more researchers are probing the unknown properties of magnetism.

Two prolific experimenters in the field of permanent magnets have released large portions of their work to the public. They are Dr. Robert Adams of New Zealand and John Bedini of the USA.

Permanent Magnet Links

Follow the links to the sites listed below related to permanent magnets. You'll be amazed at how much work is being done in this field all over the world!

Dr. Robert Adams - http://www.aethmogen.com - This is an archived version of the website for the now deceased Dr. Robert Adams in New Zealand. Though not sophisticated in design, this website is the best there is to showcase the work on permanent magnets of this long-time researcher.

John Bedini - http://peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:John_Bedini - A collection of resources for permanent magnet researcher John Bedini. For an archived version of his excellent webpage showcasing the work of this experienced and skilled researcher on permanent magnets, click here. Many pictures of working devices are included.

Dr. Tom Bearden - http://www.cheniere.org - Website for Dr. Tom Bearden. This is a great site for people who are interested in free energy theory and how it fits into classical physics.

JLN - http://jnaudin.free.fr - Website for JLN Labs. An excellent free-energy experimental group in France with information on permanent magnets.

Lutec - http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Lutec - This is the resource page for an Australian company that has developed a 1,000 watt self-running home power plant, which they hope to bring to market soon.

Note: This above on permanent magnets was written by Dr. Peter Lindemann. To see his educational website which covers permanent magnets and other new energy sources. click here. For a two-page summary of his excellent article on the history and hope of new energy sources, click here.