Gilles Saint-Hilaire on the Quasiturbine Engine

Most physicists don't spend their vacations designing engines, but Dr. Gilles Saint-Hilaire isn't like most physicists. After a thorough study of the limitations in most conventional engines, he designed the Quasiturbine Engine - a next generation 4-blade rotary turbine and future plans for a…

How a Tesla Turbine Works

Former Rockwell engineer Jeff Hayes explains how a Tesla Turbine works, answers questions about the device, and provides details on what makes this unique device so efficient.

Jeff Hayes on Tesla Turbines

Former Rockwell Engineer Jeff Hayes discusses the benefits of Tesla Turbines for Geothermal Energy & Peaker Plant power production. He describes this durable, bladeless turbine designed by Nikola Tesla as being perfect for pumping water containing particulate matter, making Tesla Turbines…

Tai Robinson on Alternative Fuels

Tai Robinson of Intergalatic Hydrogen discusses the need for alternative fuels and local fuels within the US transportation infrastructure, and describes his own success driving an multi-fuel, alternative fuel vehicle powered by hydrogen and natural gas across the United States.

Tai Robinson’s Hydrogen Fuel Vehicle

Tai Robinson describes a Toyota Tacoma he's converted into a hydrogen fuel vehicle also capable of running from natural gas. Robinson describes how introducing consumer choice into the fuel market will help the economy and the environment, and showcases this hydrogen fuel vehicle as a step in the…

Fred Robinson’s Hydrogen Hummer 2

Fred Robinson of the Electrifying Times discusses the Hummer 2 he converted to run on 5 different types of alternative fuels, including Hydrogen as well as an innovative mix called "hyphane" that produces more power than gasoline with nearly undetectable levels of pollution.

Jason Kirton’s GEET Engine Demo

Jason Kirton demonstrates the GEET Engine at TeslaTech 2005 and provides a detailed description of the technology that makes the GEET Engine fundamentally different from conventional internal combustion engines.

Tom Valone on Magnet Motors

Dr. Tom Valone describes how energy gradients allow all human devices to perform work, and suggests that the magnetic energy gradient may be the only remaining one to be harnessed. He suggests that advances in magnet-motor design may be the way to achieve this.

Paul Pantone on GEET Engine Acceptance

Paul Pantone describes resistance by mainstream science & engineering to the GEET engine technology, and cites obstacles that he's had to overcome in gaining acceptance for this technology. Filmed in 2005.

Paul Pantone on the GEET Engine

Paul Pantone describes GEET Engine technology. Filmed in 2005.