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There is no internet site related to the 'Journal of New Energy'. It is privately published by Hal Fox, and contains scientific letters by Hal and others. And I mean scientific! (i have read a copy of the journal). The contents are addressed to and written by scientists, and requires in most cases detailed knowledge of physics.
It used to be published quarterly, but due to lack of funding has not seen any new issues for a while. For most 'normal' people it is priced way out of range - it was $45 per issue.
Indirectly related is the 'Institute for New energy' which does have a website:
The contents are addressed to and written by scientists, and requires in most cases detailed knowledge of physics.
Boy, you've got that right. I recognize the language is English, but that's about all.
Example from Maranhao State University, Brazil Physics Department. http://www.padrak.com/ine/INECONF01ABSTRACTS.html
It was demonstrated (gr-qc/9910036) that the gravitational and inertial masses are correlated by an a dimensional factor, which depends on the incident (or emitted) radiation upon the particle. There is a direct correlation between the radiation absorbed (or radiated) by the particle and its gravitational mass, independently of the inertial mass. Only in the absence of electromagnetic radiation the mentioned factor becomes equal to one. On the other hand, in specific electromagnetic conditions, it can be reduced, nullified or made negative. This means that there is.......