6th January 2011 (Ver 17.9)
Chapter 2 (page 25). Additional information on James Hardy’s water-jet self-powered generator.
Chapter 2 (page 68). Additional ideas for Mark Wesling’s proposed generator system.
Chapter 2 (page 70). Art Porter’s magnetic motor test information and video links.
Chapter 10 (page 48). Additional information and video of Dave Lawton’s auto-tune circuit performing high-efficiency electrolysis.
Chapter 10 (pages 52 and 57). Showing a diagram of the gas storage tank used when running a generator on water alone. 27th December 2010 (Ver 17.8)
Chapter 4 (page 3). Added some additional information on the operation of Chas Campbell’s flywheel system.
Chapter 15 Having examined Black’s Law Dictionary, modified some of the comments on what it says.
Chapter 16 (page 6). Added Chas Campbell’s flywheel system to the list of possible projects
Chapter 16 (page 23) An additional coil wire length and wavelength query on Don Smith’s Tesla Coils. 22nd December 2010 (Ver 17.7)
Chapter 2 (page 39). Added additional coil-shorting information with a link to a web video demonstrating the technique.
Chapter 2 (page 62). Mark Wesling’s five-rotor motor/generator design idea.
Chapter 3 (page 4). Corrected the polarity labels on Lawrence Tseung’s magnetic frame magnets.
Chapter 3 (page 8). Added the Y-Frame generator idea of Dietmar Wehl.
Chapter 4 (page 8). Added Jacob Byzehr’s Pulley Ratio information for flywheel systems.
Chapter 10 (page 49). Added some extra detail on the UK generator conversion methods used.
Chapter 16 (page 30). Added pointers to four videos made to show the Frederick J. Galloway cylinder heater in operation. 6th December 2010 (Ver 17.6)
Chapter 14 (page 1). Added the details of the Wood-gas stove construction and use.
Chapter 15 (page 27). Added the details of the New World Order opinions and economic methods of subjudication of ordinary people.
Chapter 16 (page 26). Added a detailed section on magnetic heating with both cylinders and discs.
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