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The Potomac Energy Project
« on: November 30, 2006, 12:40:14 PM »

"The Potomac Energy Project is an emergency volunteer effort through Potomac Energy Projects, LLC, independent of any direct government involvement or support, to establish a reliable supply of alternative energy on a global scale.  The brainpower and resources of many researchers MUST come together to implement a viable alternative to oil and other fossil fuels. Our civilization's continued existence will be determined by the success of our collective efforts to transition from our collective dependency on unreliable fossil fuels to peaceful alternative energy technologies and resources. 


According to the U.S. Department of Energy's website, "In the past, dependence on oil has cost our economy dearly. Oil price shocks and price manipulation by the OPEC cartel from 1979 to 2000 cost the U.S. economy about $7 trillion, almost as much as the U.S. spent on national defense over the same time period and more than the interest payments on the U.S. national debt.  Each major price shock of the past three decades was followed by an economic recession in the U.S.  With growing U.S. imports and increasing world dependence on OPEC oil, future price shocks are possible and would be costly to the U.S. economy."

In the interest of safeguarding the global economy and protecting our national security from the increasing pressures of oil suppliers, it is critical that a national effort independent of government agencies be initiated comparable to the Manhattan Project that will make available to the public more viable and substantial alternatives to fossil fuels in time to avoid a geopolitically and economically catastrophic transition from fossil fuels to other sources of energy.  Do you want to find out the hard way the answer to the question, "How much time do we have left before we cross the point of no return?"


This web site is presented to the public as a means of better understanding the technology that Eddie Sines has developed over the years.  Feel free to contact Eddie Sines, the inventor of the Sines Reluctance Generator and President of Potomac Energy Projects, LLC, via email at  Additional information is available via the links below.  Also worth noting is the Sines Reluctance Generator technology being ranked 3rd place by the New Energy Congress out of all advanced energy technologies available for review by the public.  Suppressed and/or classified advanced energy technologies were not considered."

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The Potomac Energy Project
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