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infinite energy

Issue 114
March/April 2014
Infinite Energy Magazine

Introducing New Editor George Egely


George EgelyInfinite Energy is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. George Egely to our editorial staff. He will join Bill Zebuhr as a technical editor.

Egely received a mechanical engineering degree from the Technical University of Budapest (Hungary) in 1974. His Ph.D. in energy transport followed in 1982, with a focus on nuclear accidents with pressurized water reactors.

Egely worked at the Nuclear Energy Research Lab of the Hungarian Academy of Science from 1974 to 1990. He was a guest researcher at CISE (Italy) in 1977 for three months, and at Brookhaven National Laboratory (U.S.) for 16 months in 1981-82.

In 1993, Egely formed the Egely Research Co. Ltd., located in Budapest, Hungary. His primary research endeavors have been in the fields of bioenergy, ball lightning, zero point energy and low-energy nuclear reactions.

In 1994, Egely began producing the Egely Wheel Vitality Meter, a portable device for measuring life energy. The product won invention awards at various inventor exhibits.

At the 2012 Zagreb (Croatia) International Exhibition, Egely presented a nano dust fusion reactor that was awarded the Grand Prize by the International Federation of Inventors’ Associations. At this same event, he also received the Gold Prize of the Exhibition and a people’s choice “Most Popular” award. (See IE #106, p. 4, and #102, p. 11.)

Egely’s YouTube channel has dozens of videos (in Hungarian):

Egely has published a dozen semi-popular books in Hungarian, on subjects such as ball lightning and lost or forgotten effects and inventions. He has compiled a large collection of ball lightning observations by eyewitnesses.

In addition to the paper and letter on nano dust fusion, in 2013 Egely published a three-part series “Fusion by Pseudo-Particles” in Infinite Energy. Later this year, he will author a column for Infinite Energy called “Forgotten Patents.”

More information about Egely’s career and research is available on the following sites:

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