For many people, FREE ENERGY is a "buzz word" that has no clear meaning. As such, it relates to a host of inventions that do something that is not understood, and is therefore a mystery. For others, it means "perpetual motion" and is therefore dismissed, without due consideration. This podcast from Irish Side of the moon will clarify exactly what free energy is, how it works and how it can be applied in your everyday life....for light, heat and power.
Peter Andrew Lindemann was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1951. He grew up in the suburbs of Milwaukee and Chicago, and graduated from Whitefish Bay High School in 1969. He entered Iowa State University in the fall of 1969 on an engineering curriculum, but fate interrupted his plans to become a fully trained engineer. In the spring of 1970, two events happened that changed the direction of his life. First, his mother died suddenly on April 24th at the age of 43. One week later, President Nixon invaded Cambodia on May 1st, precipitating the most violent anti-war protests ever seen during the Vietnam War period. Iowa State University campus was closed within two weeks, with all classes and final exams cancelled for the year.
This double upheaval began a period of deep introspection that culminated in a plan to pursue self-directed education from that point on. During a trip to Ann Arbor, Michigan in the summer of 1973, Peter stumbled into the articles authored by Tom Valentine in the National Tattler about Ed Gray's "cold electricity" technology. These articles introduced Peter to the idea of FREE ENERGY and ultimately sparked a life long passion to understand this technology.