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  • Steorn, developers of free-energy gadget called Orbo, have managed to survive for six years without having successfully demonstrated the technology in public.

    Sustainable Design Update » Blog Archive » Steorn Back At It Again - Perpetual Motion Machine

  • Of course, free-energy cars, power plants and water-pumping systems could follow.

    Boing Boing: August 20, 2006 - August 26, 2006 Archives

  • It is yet another supposed perpetual motion device, better known as a free-energy device, since its goal is to provide energy with NO inputs or outputs other than clean free energy.

    Cooperative Blog » 2007 » July » 04

  • A possible explanation for the results for such scientific giants as Nikola T.sla and T. Henry Moray: T.sla in powering the Earth with a single giant magnifying transmitter and Moray in producing the first authenticated and rigorously demonstrated practical, portable, "free-energy" device.

    Chapter 6

  • From this viewpoint, Tesla's magnifying transmitter concept actually utilizes a universal "free-energy" mechanism, and one where the existence of the basic "self-pumping" and

    Chapter 6

  • How is the sign of the free-energy change related to the spontaneity of a process?

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  • Conversely, the predictive coding or free-energy formulation suggests that high ongoing activity (i.e., precise prediction errors) will bias towards correct inference (hits or correct rejections).

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  • The evidence we present here in favour of the free-energy principle comes from sensory regions and from the analysis of perceptual outcome as a function of activity prior to stimulation.

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  • In accord with predictive coding models and the free-energy principle, this observation suggests that cortical activity in sensory brain areas reflects the precision of prediction errors and not just the sensory evidence or prediction errors

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  • The error signal is accumulated and used to optimise predictions and suppress prediction error or free-energy.

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