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BNE (Byron New Energy)


Welcome to the Byron New Energy wiki website.

This website has been set up to encourage and create not for profit international humanitarian design, development, and construction and distribution of clean renewable energy sources and machines for the Golden Age of Humanity.




BNE Mission Statement

Here is our BNE (Byron New Energy) Mission Statement:

We have started a New Energy Group in Byron Bay, Australia called Byron New Energy Group, or BNE for short. BNE Mission Statement

To establish a not for profit humanitarian group.

The group has a goal of love and selfless service to humanity at large, of researching, developing, publishing freely in the public domain for the good of humanity at large, and manufacturing, devices that use clean renewable energy sources that supply viable alternatives to those devices that use non-environmently friendly non-renewable fuels such as nuclear and fossil fuels.

Hopefully, a number of these BNE devices will be over unity (develop more power than apparently is consumed) by using generally renewable cosmic energy sources. In this way 'free' or very low cost renewable clean energy may be made available to humanity at large. This mission may thus fulfill a major requirement to enable humanity to move towards the Golden Age.

These devices will include but not be limited to making use of gravity, anti-gravity, electromagnetic, electronic, magnetic, water, hydrogen, oxygen, zero point or vacuum or radiant energy and/or cold fusion and may also include other potential sources of cosmic energy. The group will be formed by a core of active participating members who will be responsible for all group decisions.

The group will be positive and supportive and no coercion will be used and will encourage 'out of the box' thinking.

Each person will bring constructive complimentary resources to the group including enthusiasm, expertise, their time, technical skills and materials and machines, money, premises etc. etc. The group in general will interact freely and share information and resources with all and any persons and organizations that have similar aims to the group.


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