Faster than the Speed of Light

The most overlooked aspect in all of physics is the the central axis of the magnetic field known as the magnetic vector potential. Within this potential, is a gradient of electrostatic scalar phenomena that exhibits energy in the form of angular momentum. In fringe science, this is referred to as the scalar wave, and was first experimentally recognized by Nikola… Read more →

Prometheus Initiative

For the last four months, I have been in Los Angeles laying the foundation to a unique type of startup as we incubate a design firm, a material processing firm, and a guild of system architects. We have secured a provisional patent for an acoustic material reduction system that yields high purity nanocrystals, and furthering development on two different vorticular… Read more →

The Free Energy Talks of Here & Now

AetherForce Crew: (Pictured from left to right) Zachary Covell, Chris Plouffe, Caleb Thomas, Ronald Feghali, Russ Gries, Jason Verbelli, Gregor Arturo, Joe Dubs, Jeremy Pfieffer, Brett Djedi, Spencer Koon) A three part lecture series (Caleb Thomas, Jason Verbelli, Gregor Arturo) followed by a discussion panel with the AetherForce crew was hosted at the FIND Art Gallery in Santa Ana, California… Read more →

How to Run a Car without Fuel

The Joe Cell was developed by a man named Joe in the 1990’s from Australia. The cell is by far one of the simplest devices to utilize a low electromagnetic pressure (spacetime vacuum) to run an internal combustion engine. It has also been considered to be one of the most elusive of inventions with over-unity technologies in the free energy movement, due… Read more →

Free Masons, Hyperloop, Patents, oh my!

I have been in quite the predicament lately, and have been doing my very best to not engage “victim consciousness,” and moving consistently toward positive thinking while taking decisive actions that I wholeheartedly feel are in alignment with my path, which of course is the foundation of practical metaphysics. However, I have been more and more at a loss, and… Read more →