Cold Fusion Now Continues
Published April 26, 2011
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    Once again we continue our quest to educate the public regarding Cold Fusion and initiating the public to wake up and start talking about Cold Fusion. Special guest Sterling Allen. PES Network, Inc. feature, promote and foster energy technologies that are on the cutting-edge, and which are clean, super-efficient, non-depleting, reliable and affordable; which have not yet been introduced to the mainstream, facilitating their emergence as legitimate modalities. Our work primarily takes the form of information dissemination, but we also network individuals together, helping to secure funding and business expertise. Much of the networking takes place behind the scenes through the news and directory exposure PES Network provides for emerging technologies.Our websites are well respected within the field, and receive a healthy volume of traffic from people interested in alternative energy, whether from scientific curiosity, or for inventive collaboration, or for seeking investment or business opportunities. Much of our audience is comprised of a loyal base of repeat visitors and contributors. Our sites are a “watering hole” for people interested in advancing technologies that will move us away from dependence on fossil fuels, and toward cleaner, greener, more affordable, reliable, and safe energy solutions. PES was founded by Sterling D. Allan in November of 2003 with the primary objective of open-sourcing alternative energy technologies. By "open source" we mean the open sharing of instructions of how to build and replicate fundamental energy concepts. We focus primarily on the ‘free energy’ modalities that tap into inexhaustible energy reservoirs -- such as solar, wind, wave, tidal, geothermal; as well as less-conventional technologies such as cold fusion, zero point energy, radiant energy, and magnet motors. We also address other closely-related fields such as waste remediation, recycling, and water purification and derivation.
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