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    As Brian O said, retail politics is a dead-end, and he would have known. America’s imperial behavior was completely off the table, as the masses vote their self-interest, as usual. American retail politics is little more than theater, the political equivalent of watching football on TV.
    While everyday retail politics is not useful, a historical understanding of the politics gives insights into the dynamics of society How Republicans went from the party of Lincoln to the party of Trump, in 13 maps

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    Palaeolithic cave art in Borneo is 40kya at least. We were behaviourally modern humans by that time.

    I was going through history of British Empire and the independence of colonies. There does not seem to be a pattern in independence of countries and political party ruling Britain at that time. Interesting, just like the US or actually anywhere in the world. People outside the country are fair game, and Labour, Conservative, Liberal mean nothing on that front.

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    Thanks Krishna:

    This is a post that I never wrote before. I sometimes look back at my life and find it hard to believe that it happened, but I was there for it. I was told just yesterday that my life has been a little too hard on me, and while I appreciate the sentiment, I have come to accept that it comes with the territory of the journey that I signed up for. I can’t regret any of it.

    Part of the “providence” part of my life is being born in history’s most privileged demographic group, and I feel a great responsibility to make the best of that opportunity. I think that that is what I am here for. I have passed up many millions of dollars on my journey, and still will likely end up OK on the financial front, at least compared to my baby boomer peers.

    As an American, I take on my nation’s crimes in my work, in the tradition of Noam and Ed. It is the highest ethical ground that an American can stand on. I was raised on the lies of American nationalism, and have spent a lot my adult life exposing them. But as I read that article that you linked to, I was reminded of just how interesting and eventful American history is, in ways that I have not really written on much. While the Industrial Revolution began in England, the American colonies were not far behind, and soon overtook their parent nation, to become history’s richest and most powerful nation. I know of no more stark contrast of Third and Fourth Epoch societies than the USA on the brink of its Civil War, with an industrializing North and an agrarian South. As that article noted, the slave issue was more about white people’s jobs than it was the condition of the slaves. Conscience was not really much of an issue.

    The USA is a declining empire, and like Rome, future historians are probably going to spend many careers studying the trajectory of the USA. It is going to be one of history’s most impactful nations, and maybe its most impactful nation, as nations may well become obsolete soon. Rome was the epitome of an agrarian empire (a city-empire), and the USA will be the epitome of an industrial empire (a nation-empire). The positive benefits of the legacies of both Rome and the USA were always incidental, just like the end of slavery was incidental: slavery no longer made economic sense in industrial societies, not because people suddenly grew consciences.

    So, that survey of the changing focuses of the political parties, to end up where we are today, is interesting in its own way, and history has no other example of the tumultuous changes of a continental nation that grew as it industrialized, while it profited from the human journey’s greatest demographic catastrophe and even helped inflict it. The USA’s history is like nothing else in the human journey, kind of a classroom for the contrast of Third and Fourth Epoch societies, and that contrast can be seen to this day. An interesting time to be alive.

    On your post on the cave art, I think that it is pretty clear that the Founder Group that left Africa and conquered Earth was behaviorally modern, and it probably left about 50-60 thousand years ago. In Peter Ward’s latest, he gets into behavioral modernity a bit, and how epigenetic processes may have been involved. There was definitely something different about that Founder Group. Was it language? Did it allow for a ratchet effect on human culture, raising that Founder Group to a level of social and technical sophistication that nothing else could stand in the way of, including their fellow human species? I consider that the likeliest answer today, but I will always follow the issue with interest. Almost like the USA; what made them so influential on the human journey?

    As you note, the British political parties were united on their imperial policy, just like the USA’s are. That is how empires work. The imperial subjects always get the short end of the stick, although some groups that played ball did relatively well, like house slaves did, as long as they knew who the master was.

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    Hi:

    The USA is turning into a shooting gallery, as the imperial chickens have come home to roost. This latest was inflicted by a former Marine in Ventura County, and the very same community is burning as I write this. Camarillo is where my family bought our first house, and that town is burning, too. An entire town in Northern California burned down yesterday. My home town of Ventura burned last year, and one of my old neighborhoods burned down. That fire was the biggest in California history, to only be dwarfed by a fire this year. One reason why this year was a hiking bust for me was because of all of the smoke from forest fires, and fires impacted my hiking last year, too. The fires and shootings are becoming a blur for me. Crazy times in the USA.

    Wilderness is going extinct, as the Sixth Mass Extinction gathers momentum, and the litany can go on. How about The Answer? I’ll keep doing what I do until I can’t anymore. It is surreal to see what is happening, when I know how unnecessary it all is. Not many have to wake up to right the ship. Brian’s question may be answered soon, one way or another.

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    Hi:

    On Free Energy Follies, Dennis’s journey has been one series of follies. The follies largely result from not understanding how the world really works. The delusions are understandable, but nevertheless are hazards for getting anything done. Dennis was raised as a migrant farmworker and was forced to leave home at age 13, which was not unusual in that culture. American nationalism was his first religion, and he got in fistfights with fellow soldiers who disparaged the USA, as he murdered people for the Empire, as a medic, of all things, who longed to become a surgeon. Like all of my fellow Boy Scouts, Dennis drank the Kool-Aid, and that was what really led to our follies.

    Dennis studied Utopian societies in college and always wanted to build one. When he polled people door-to-door, and found that they feared the government (understandable, in New Jersey), his mistake was thinking that those people cared for something other than their immediate self-interest. It was the standard Boy Scout mistake of projecting their motivations onto others (which nearly all people do). Only many years and adventures later would Dennis finally admit the obvious to me: people don’t care, not in a world of scarcity and fear.

    Dennis believed the full-page ads that the electric companies published, which encouraged conservation. Like Sparky Sweet, Dennis thought that they would give him a tickertape parade for bringing the conservation that their ads said that they so desperately needed. The opposite happened.

    When Brian had me help him write that DOE proposal, I wondered what Brian thought that we would accomplish. I had already had my sobering experience with the DOE. I think that approaching the DOE merely reflected Brian’s admitted codependency with our nation’s capital. One hip pal said that that DOE’s cattle call was for them to have all of the naïve free energy inventors and aspirants voluntarily register for the free energy suppression list, to make it easier to track them. He said that if it got to the stage of inviting them all to some kind of conference, the building might “accidentally” burn down while they were all gathered.

    Judging the situation is counterproductive. It is just how the world really works, not the propaganda version. Until the delusions are set aside, no matter how well-intended they are, any efforts in this milieu will be a series of follies, and deadly follies all too often. Today, there is no significant gathering on Earth of the “good people,” who truly care, are awake, and are trying to right the ship. I am trying to build one, which might be just one more folly.

    Even when I got my energy dreams at age 16, I doubted that everybody would welcome a new energy paradigm. I figured that some vested interests would be against it, but I had no idea how close to home they would be, and during the first three years of my relationship with Dennis, I woke up the hard way. Those were my days of folly. I am happy that I woke up, but I would not recommend my path to anybody. There are gentler ways to wake up.

    The enemy is us, not the “bad guys.” But the savoir is us, too. It is up to what we do, not what the “bad guys” do, or the masses. The elites (1, 2, 3) and masses are both out of the running for bringing any kind of salutary change, particularly Epochal change, primarily because all that they care about is their immediate self-interest. I am shooting for a middle ground between the elites and masses. I am looking for needles in haystacks, but I think that enough of them are on Earth for my little plan to have a chance, especially with this new tool called the Internet, at least while it is relatively free.

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    Hi:

    Those topics in that potential book preface are related to that issue of developing a comprehensive perspective. The universe is one; our world is one. Breaking our world into pieces to study, and trying to reduce them to their primary constituents (scientific reductionism is the epitome of that approach), is only an acknowledgement of the limits of human awareness. Being a specialist, devoting one’s life to a certain topic, while it can be a valuable process and a kind of mastery can be attained, often leads to tunnel vision, and the lessons learned in the specialties can be lost to humanity in general and other branches of specialization. Generalists can see the connections, patterns, and bigger picture, while specialists can get lost in the weeds. Science has become more multidisciplinary in my lifetime, and is slowly escaping the constraints of overspecialization and siloed knowledge, which Uncle Bucky said was a ruling-class tactic, designed to keep scientists blind to the bigger picture. Level 3s, without exception, are highly naïve about how our world really works, as they sit in their comfortable armchairs and play the “skeptical” game and engage in other tactics of denial.

    While my work covers thousands of topics, it is all related. My recent posts on Free Energy Follies, that book preface, the journey from unawareness to knowledge, and how various branches of endeavor are all related, are all about developing a comprehensive perspective, learning how to shift gears between topics, seeing the connections, and attaining that big picture perspective. I am not saying that it is easy, but the people I seek have to reach that larger perspective, or at least be trying. Otherwise, they won’t understand the transformative potential of free energy, understand organized suppression, and if they ever try to “do something,” they end up traveling the paths of disaster that countless other aspirants have done, to life-wrecking and sometimes life-ending effect. Being a learning junkie helps.

    So, this post will relate to several of my threads at once, on one of Dennis’s greatest follies, which was thinking that the legal system delivers anything resembling justice. It was an echo of his surrogate religion of American nationalism. Even after his first conviction, which he was deceived into, and after the attacks by the Attorney General’s office in Seattle on behalf of its electric company patrons, and the Kangaroo Court that Bill the BPA Hit Man forced Dennis into, I heard Dennis say in Boston that if you pressed into the legal system far enough, you could get justice. After the Ventura ordeal, which Dennis barely survived, he began calling the American legal system the “Just us system.” When I encountered Gary Wean’s and Rodney Stich’s adventures, they held no big surprises for me; only confirmation of what we lived through. Mr. Big Time Attorney got the education of his lifetime when he took Dennis’s case. I can understand Dennis’s clinging to his naïveté about how the American legal system operated, until he had it beaten out of him. It was like me and the integrity issue: I resisted the lesson every step of the way, until it was beaten into my head in no uncertain terms. It is not comfortable to go down those paths of knowledge, as learning the truth can be life-risking. It is far easier to be in denial, retreat to a comfortable armchair, be “skeptical,” believe what you read in the newspapers and history books, and the like.

    That former friend of mine buried his head in the sand as far as he could and still lives in Ventura to this day, where he will likely die. Living with the truth of how our system really operates is not an easy task. I am sympathetic to people who crave living in ignorance and denial, and leave them to their own devices. They won’t wake up to my message until free energy is delivered into their lives, and that is fine. I long ago let go of any judgment of the situation, but I am constantly approached by free energy newcomers who are in deep denial of how the world really works. They rush out to proselytize to their social circles, as they risk wrecking their lives in their naiveté. Naïveté is no crime, but is a potential deadly affliction in this milieu. My fellow travelers all lost their naïveté the hard way.

    Best,

    Wade
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    I finished Peter Ward’s latest. Very interesting. It was about epigenetics and evolution. All cells have the same DNA, and cells differentiate due to epigenetic processes that are still barely understood. The most common epigenetic process is methyl molecules attaching themselves to DNA, which generally prevents the impacted DNA from being read, which prevents proteins from being made by that section of DNA (called a gene). That process is called the regulation of gene expression.

    DNA does not leave fossil evidence, but epigenetics had to be a big part of the development of complex life, with its differentiated tissues and organs. Bacteria engage in horizontal DNA transfer, and it has also been discovered to happen in plants and animals. So, the genetic aspects of life and evolution are vastly more complex than just the random mutation of DNA. And epigenetics has largely been defined today as changes that are inherited. Those inherited epigenetic changes can be passed down to several generations, and The Deeper Genome reported that some scientists advocate that organisms can “try out” an epigenetic change before changing their DNA, to make the change permanent. That is contrary to the idea of random genetic changes driving evolution. Ward argued that epigenetics was involved with the rapid evolution that often coincided with or followed mass extinctions.

    There are fierce battles over epigenetics these days, typical of new sciences, especially those that challenge the idea of Darwinian evolution, which I think is partly behind those one-star reviews that Ward’s latest got at Amazon. Ward is a polymath who writes popularized science, and the end of his book discussed current trends in societies, and that is where he likely earned most of the ire of his one-star reviewers. That last part of the book had arguably the most relevance to my work.

    Scientists are finding that conditions that parents face, both mothers and fathers, can create epigenetic conditions that their children will inherit, and especially around conditions such as diet, drugs, and fear states. Starving, malnourished, drug-addled, and fearful (AKA poor) parents can pass negative traits to their children through epigenetics. So, those “positive” feedbacks, which can burden children before they are even born, should largely, if not entirely, disappear in the Fifth Epoch. Nobody will need to starve or have poor diets, or do drugs to briefly escape their misery, and since nobody will live in fear, especially the fear of violence, that “selective mechanism” will also disappear. When scarcity and fear disappear from human societies, the human potential is going to flower in ways that today barely seem possible.

    But there is also great peril today due to the Frankenstein nature of genetic “engineering” today, and Ward wrote extensively on it. Genetic engineering has almost entirely escaped government control, and is largely being performed by corporations today, whose only constraint is profits. The government’s involvement is also largely evil, as the Pentagon tries to genetically engineer the perfect soldier. This is publically known and something that Ward wrote about, not some “conspiracy theory.” Of course, Ward does not even hint at the GCs, and I have long read that the GCs have been working on creating the perfect killer for many years.

    I am going to break a little from past practice and identify a scoundrel who is still alive. When Dennis was run out of Seattle, the Attorney General’s (AG) office was one of the hit men. Dennis did not go quietly, and gave the AG one of the biggest public black eyes that he ever got. Another of that AG’s victims fought back, whose crime was trying to end homelessness in Seattle, and his campaign likely helped that AG barely lose the race for governor in 1992 (I met the man who beat him, as we marched together on the eve of that legendary WTO conference). That gangster AG was briefly on TV, six years ago, flacking for agribusiness companies as they fought having to label genetically engineered foods, and it was no surprise to see him working for them. The forces of darkness won that round. Dr. Ward and I may discuss that event one day, and I may try to recruit him into my effort. Anybody who does only a little digging could find that AG’s identity, so I am not exactly being very revealing, but he is still alive, in this state, and I don’t need people such as Ms. Pinch Hitter sicced on me, who is still around, works for the AG’s office, teaches law school, and is a noted “philanthropist.” She worked on that AG’s campaign for governor.

    I am back to reading Hunger and Public Action, which is not dry scholarship, as the authors make wisecracks on the opening pages.

    Best,

    Wade
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    Just finished reading Lamark's Revenge by Peter Ward, it is so much better than The Tangled Tree: A Radical New History of Life. The environmental influences on behaviour, epigenetics, passing on future generations, and eventually speciation is fascinating reading. I understand why Hunger and Public Action got kicked off temporarily

    The environmental effects on genetic change especially considering chemical pollution is sobering.

    Peter Ward gets the human population numbers right this time... it is mentioned only twice, but he cites respectable UN figure. Using Wittgenstein Centre numbers would have been better, not complaining though
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    It is not easy to stay ahead of Krishna, on the reading front. I am a couple of chapters into Hunger and Public Action, and am making notes already, which is a good sign.

    On Peter Ward’s latest, he is going to tick off a lot of people who are looking for pure science or a class on epigenetics. All I can say is that they were looking for a different book. I have seen Ward’s work disparaged over the years, as critics assail him for books such as Rare Earth and Out of Thin Air. Ward writes in a strange niche for a scientist. He writes popularized science (which he said has done nothing for his career, as academia does not care about such efforts), while taking on cutting-edge topics and sometimes proposing testable hypotheses in those popular works. That is unusual scientific behavior. He is also a polymath, and his covering a pretty vast sweep of topics, as Ward did late in Lamarck’s Revenge, as he discussed epigenetics and violence, starvation, epidemics, chemical pollution, and the like, is “out there” for a scientist, particularly with Ward’s specializations in paleobiology, mass extinctions, marine biology, and his ventures into astronomy.

    As with all scientists, Ward is not going to be right on many of his wide-ranging hypotheses (Einstein was wrong, too), but he does make people think, and even scientists in his specialties, who often spend a lot of energy rebutting his work, ideally by adducing scientific evidence. That is how science ideally works. Putting himself out there like that is pretty courageous. Yes, Krishna, for a physical scientist venturing into the social sciences, Ward did fine, and much better than Pinker’s imperial tripe, for instance.

    Ward is always a good read, and if there was one author whose work I might be accused of patterning the first half of my big essay after, it would likely be Ward. Maybe that is why he liked it so much. But seriously, my work is probably too far out there for Ward, but I have a little hope that he might get it. My work is really not that conceptually difficult; it just flies in the face of so much “common knowledge.” In one of his books, Ward cited Loewen’s Lies My Teacher Told Me, and when I saw that, it showed me that Ward was worldlier than most scientists are. He often does not get along with his peers too well, tending to have “extreme” opinions, and what he frankly wrote about his colleagues in Gorgon, for instance, ticked some of them off.

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    I have been going through Making a Run at Alternative and Free Energy

    https://ahealedplanet.net/lamco.jpg this one is puzzling total energy used in 1979 is 218,680,000 BTU, whereas it is 98,494,812 BTU in 1980, even assuming efficiency losses of oil furnace, the gap seems too wide.
    Assuming that there is something wrong with the numbers and assuming 218 million BTU is needed, and only lamco system is used to deliver it the savings comes to $600 dollars per year instead of $1800 per year.

    But what is the cost of the system? This puzzles me even more, if COP is assumed to be 10 it must come from solar energy which is around 3 kwh/m2 per day in winter, and 70 panels are required which increases capital costs.
    If we assume less cop and more energy from environment say 9 kwh/m2 per day and 5 cop then we get 20 panels required.

    To get down to 8 each panel should be able to absorb 23.5 kwh/m2 per day which seems like a lot with solar energy being just 1/8th of being directly incident.

    Wade what was the cost of each panel?


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    Hi Krishna:

    On that first one, you can’t tell by how you are doing it. You would need to know the COPs attained and need to know what the oil furnace efficiency was. Without those, you can’t tell how much energy was delivered to the home. Back then, oil furnaces were not nearly as efficient as they are today. Here is an article on that. Furnaces back then may have been only about 50% efficient. I have attached a calc that shows a 60% furnace efficiency, a COP of 6, and a use of 5,600 kilowatt-hours to run the heat pump. You have too many variables that you don’t know the answers for, to be able to crunch the numbers like you did, but my attached graphic shows how they appear reasonable.

    Part of the opportunity that Dennis had for his heat pump back then was that American homes were not built with energy efficiency in mind, in that era of cheap energy. So, they were not insulated, furnaces were inefficient, etc.

    On the panels, you are also not calculating it correctly. Direct solar energy absorption (the black body effect) is a relatively minor aspect of the panel’s heat absorption. If you look at those panel arrays, it looks like 6 and 8 panels were the standard. I heard that before Dennis first got involved, and half of the buyers installed it themselves, so they didn’t work that well, with that kind of quality control, they could have ten panels. Those that Dennis sold always had 8, at least when I was around. As I recall, the panels cost about $100 a pop back then. The panel was always the secret of its performance. But you had to order them in lots of 1,000, so you had to sell 125 systems or none at all. That was part of the conundrum. Only somebody operating at Dennis’s economies of scale could make a go of it, which is why more than 100 companies failed at it. That is why his marketing program was so deadly. People often became mesmerized by the technology and failed to see the bigger picture. Every time that Dennis’s company was stolen, the first thing that the thieves did was discard his “crazy” marketing plans, which was the secret of Dennis’s success. God, can businessmen be stupid, blinded by their greed.

    If you look at Brian’s test, which he stupidly forgot about when he testified, it delivered 100K BTUs per hour. That was the typical performance that I heard about, or about twice the output per horsepower (25K BTUs) as the refrigeration manuals described (12K). Brian was incapable of thinking past his textbooks, even when he created the data that defied them. When I had conversations with the techs, they said that Dennis’s heat pump delivered twice the pressure that conventional heat pumps did, which was the secret of its success. The exhaust temperature after the pump was over 200 degrees F.

    So, to your question about panel absorption, the panels delivered about 10,000 BTUs per hour per panel. You can do your solar incidence calc on that and see how much was direct solar. But there was not much solar gain at night. That Gannon’s data is a good example of how the COPs go up in the daytime. It goes up for three reasons:
    • The air is warmer;
    • It is windier;
    • Sunshine can be directly absorbed into the panels.

    Each one of those factors would increase the performance. Also, the other side of the system had its impact. Unless you were taking the heat away from the system as fast as the panels delivered it, it would sap the efficiency, and poorly implemented installations could go off on “high head.”

    The science of that heat pump was still in its infancy when Dennis was repeatedly wiped out. It is big subject, and I would be happy to discuss it further.

    I hope that helps,

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    Krishna is making me think about Dennis’s heat pump. I am making a little thread for it. I got into the physics of Dennis’s heat pump and what we pursued in my journey with Dennis thread. I just looked through Dennis’s salesman’s materials from our Ventura days, and it was not in there, but one system installed in Colorado had a team of engineers studying it. It was a big house, with an indoor pool. That heat pump heated the house and pool while its panels were buried under two feet of snow. They were trying to find out how it did it, and concluded that the snow provided a huge energy sink that could feed the panels, and what was sucked out overnight was replenished by sunshine the next day, so the sunshine heated up the snow so that the heat pump could keep sucking the energy out of it. If you ever described that situation to somebody familiar with normal heat pumps, it would blow them away.

    Air-to-air heat pumps were vastly inferior to one of Dennis’s, properly installed, and the parameters were startling to people only familiar with air-to-airs. Back then, an air-to-air delivered maybe 50K BTUs per hour with a COP of two. It had a few pounds of refrigerant in it. Dennis’s held 60 pounds of refrigerant and delivered twice as much heat per hour and used less electricity, for a tripling and more of its performance over an air-to-air heat pump.

    The ideal application was heating water, for hot water tanks, pools, and home heating systems. The best home apps had a pretty large water tank, such as 500 gallons or more. Then the heat pump could work during the day when the COPs were highest, and have that heat ready in the evening and morning, when most people were home and needed that heat the most. The ideal commercial installation was when the system worked 24/7, as it only saved money over conventional heaters when it was running.

    Those panels were the magic, and as I have written, when people installed them themselves, it was a crapshoot. When Dennis was flying high, he ran installer schools. The standard student was a Class B refrigeration mechanic. It took a week of installer class, so they could unlearn some of their refrigeration education, and then they needed to install several systems before they began to get the hang of it. That was the craftsman stage, and Dennis could not carpet the USA that way, so he tried to industrialize the process, with the panel arrays built and charged with refrigerant in the factory. His dream was to have it roll off of a truck, like an appliance, set it up, hook up the electric and water lines, and voila. He never got to experience that.

    If a system was improperly installed, plenty could go wrong. The panels ideally had uniform cooling, so that all of the panels absorbed that environmental energy. That meant that the refrigerant was running through the panels as it should. If it was not done right, you could see the “frost line” when it operated, where the parts with refrigerant running through them would have frost/ice on them, while the other parts didn’t. If the system after assembly did not have a hard vacuum drawn on it for 24 hours, then when it was charged with refrigerant, “pollutants” such as water and oxygen would wreck the system). But once the wrinkles were ironed out, it was the world’s best heating system. There has never been anything on the market that beat it. The pump was the only moving part, and it could last 20 years before needing replacement, just like refrigerators used to.

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    Traffic metric time. In the past day, this thread went past 2.4 million views. The traffic has slowed down in the past year, but the quality of what Krishna, for instance, brings to the table, is high. It is about quality, not quantity.

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    On that first one, you can’t tell by how you are doing it. ... I have attached a calc that shows a 60% furnace efficiency, a COP of 6, and a use of 5,600 kilowatt-hours to run the heat pump. You have too many variables that you don’t know the answers for, to be able to crunch the numbers like you did, but my attached graphic shows how they appear reasonable.


    On the panels, you are also not calculating it correctly. Direct solar energy absorption (the black body effect) is a relatively minor aspect of the panel’s heat absorption. If you look at those panel arrays, it looks like 6 and 8 panels were the standard. I heard that before Dennis first got involved, and half of the buyers installed it themselves, so they didn’t work that well, with that kind of quality control, they could have ten panels.

    If you look at Brian’s test, which he stupidly forgot about when he testified, it delivered 100K BTUs per hour. That was the typical performance that I heard about, or about twice the output per horsepower (25K BTUs) as the refrigeration manuals described (12K). Brian was incapable of thinking past his textbooks, even when he created the data that defied them. When I had conversations with the techs, they said that Dennis’s heat pump delivered twice the pressure that conventional heat pumps did, which was the secret of its success. The exhaust temperature after the pump was over 200 degrees F.

    So, to your question about panel absorption, the panels delivered about 10,000 BTUs per hour per panel. You can do your solar incidence calc on that and see how much was direct solar.
    Efficiency of heating oil being 60% is something I missed, also COP 6, + non solar energy, and number of panels is 10.

    From my calculations I get 12 kwh per m2 needed, with sun giving 3kwh so 75% of energy gained by the panel is non-solar energy from wind, air temperature.

    For this first one the data says 2066 kwh extra was used in year of lamco use, clearly that can't be right, around 6000 extra kwh was needed and using 0.08c/kwh cost we get around $1300 savings if no heating oil is used.

    Also using this data we can size the compressor 10,000 btu is 3kwh at COP 6 we need .5 kwh capacity compressor per panel. With 10 panels 5 kwh capacity compressor is needed.
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    Hi Krishna:

    That is not a very good data set to be doing those kinds of analytics on. That unit was installed right at the beginning of 1980, on the tail-end of the USA’s second oil crisis (I was in gas lines for that second one), and heading right into the USA’s worst recession since World War II, when I “decided” to graduate from college. My guess is that that homeowner was not just Joe Average who happened to get a sales pitch for the heat pump, but somebody who discovered the virtues of conservation, as many Americans did in those days. I consider it likely that that home’s electric consumption declined for non-heating purposes (“Turn out the lights!”), and he might have also done something like insulate. We just don’t know. That was just one of many houses that had that kind of calc done on them. That 100% savings was the “extreme” one. The other examples in Dennis’s salesman’s kit saved between 75% and 90%, which was standard back then.

    The other studies that I presented were scientific tests (1, 2, 3, 4), performed by scientists and engineers, and are better examples, where you can see the inputs and outputs and do a little number crunching. There were many scientific studies made on the equipment. Again, the technology was really in its infancy when Dennis was repeatedly wiped out, with the fledgling industry still stuck at the craftsman stage. That panel introduced operating parameters never seen before. Dennis spent more than $1 million on heat pump R&D himself over the years. DuPont got involved, and I believe that it was their scientists who calculated the right size for the expansion valve. It was, as I recall, twice what typical refrigeration applications used, again, because of that panel.

    The irony is that the one that you are crunching on is the one that the public cared about, because it showed them saving money! Those others that calculated those high COPs did not mean much to Joe Average. Show them something that saved them money, and they were interested. And that is why Dennis’s marketing plan was so ingenious. The customer did not even need to know if it worked or not; Dennis’s program removed all of the risk to the customer. It is still the most brilliant thing that I ever saw in the business world, and I have spent my career there.

    It was a very remarkable technology, which was wiped out and died out, and your pals at sunpump are making another run at it. When I read their site a little more, I saw that they only had 20 installations, so they are still playing the craftsman game. They surely have new data on their equipment. They are either frightened, naïve, or ignorant, however, not even mentioning the industry that long preceded them. I don’t give them much of a chance.

    Anybody who does their homework will know that the technology was highly legitimate, and that is all that I am really trying to present. John Spickard and the chairman of the board of American Express understood what Dennis was doing; they were some of the only businessmen who did. Nearly all the rest were blinded by their ignorance, greed, etc.

    Heat pumps and heat engines, even hydraulic ones, are like donkey carts compared to what is in Godzilla’s Golden Hoard. Dennis’s heat pump is just one of many examples of how superior technology was wiped out, and what is on the market today is dog poop, even so-called cutting-edge high tech. It is cousin to the deadly cancer treatments that we have today, while all the treatments that worked were wiped out. I could go on and on. Reagan’s “magic of capitalism” is a fairy tale, like the fairy tales of American nationalism. Capitalism is a criminal enterprise, and what we encountered was capitalisms on steroids. The technology itself is a minor issue. It is all about integrity and sentience, not technology, although doing one’s homework is good work. Keep it up.

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    It is time for another Free Energy Follies post. When people find out how the world really works, not the indoctrination and Hollywood version, especially for my fellow travelers, Boy Scouts that they usually were, there is usually shock and righteous indignation, accompanied by “They can’t do that! Mark’s adventures comprise a great example of that. His mystical awakening allowed him to attain the insight needed to build his free energy gizmo. Then he was framed, fired, arrested, and interrogated in an underground facility. When he was finally deposited on the sidewalk, at about age 24, he was indignant and thought that he could sneak past them, to only be rudely abused of his naïveté. I have a great deal of respect for people’s finding out the hard way, especially when they have no other frame of reference. Back in the 1980s, when Mark had his rude awakening, Dennis and I did not even know that there was a free energy field. We had never even heard of Tesla. My students who rush out to proselytize to their social circles don’t have that excuse, however. Ah, naïve youth!

    Once Mark had his R&D materials and papers stolen, he wisely realized that his approach did not have a prayer, and he never tried it again. He gets high marks for trying and quickly learning. Not many have done something like that, or are willing to admit when they are in far over their heads. Mark kept at it, but laid aside his naïve schoolboy notions. Mark still needed years to process what he experienced, however, which is normal. All of my fellow travelers that I most respected began with that naïveté, which is no crime, and we all lost our naïveté honestly.

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    Back in 1990, when I moved to Ohio and hit the books, I spent months studying thermodynamics, Mr. Mentor’s and Victor Fischer’s engine patents, and developed a pretty good understanding of why Dennis’s heat pump was the world’s best heating system. Many variables impacted the heat pump’s performance, and I saw people fail to understand that all along the way.

    During that halcyonic summer of 1986, I visited Brian’s home, and he showed me a model that he built on the heat pump’s performance (the first time that I saw Excel used, which I have used every day of my career for the past 20 years). It was based purely on ambient air temperature, and he calculated a “balance point,” which was when the system could provide all of a home’s heating needs, as a sales tool. When I got to Boston and mentioned it to Dennis, he said that it was a worthless exercise, which showed how engineers like Brian could get lost in the weeds and produce meaningless technical analyses. On the technical side, ambient air temperature was only one of several parameters that would determine the system’s performance. You had to take into consideration wind speed, sunshine, and on the other side, where the heat comes into the house, you needed to know the temperature differential in the heat exchanger. There were other parameters, but those were the most important ones. So, Brian’s exercise was not only of dubious worth on the technical side, but it also was worthless as a marketing tool. All that the customer wanted to know was if the system saved money, and a balance point analysis was worthless for that.

    I saw a number of flawed analyses like that over the years, but I did not fully understand how flawed they were until I performed my studies. After thinking about the issue for years, I came to realize that the inner surface of the panels and heat exchanger on the other end was where the action was for the refrigerant, and the temperature of those inner surfaces was what it was all about, as far as system performance went. But you also had to calculate the heat exchange across those inner and outer surfaces of the panel and heat exchanger (the panel was a heat exchanger, too, but in the industry jargon, only the heat exchanger on the house end of it was called that, and a gas-to-water heat exchanger was usually the best situation), which was dependent on the temperatures on both sides of the exchangers, the thickness of the exchanger walls, if one side was liquid and the other vapor, etc.

    For heating a water tank, which was the ideal application, the COPs would be higher as the tank was cold and the heat exchanger water would be colder and have a higher temperature differential across the barrier between the cold liquid and hot vapor. The Carnot equation was applicable. As the water tank heated up, the COPs would decline. When the Sun came out in the morning, the temperatures rose, the winds blew, and those all increased performance at the panel (increasing the heat captured, as well as the COP), as it was able to absorb more energy, from temperature differential as well as directly absorbing photons (the black body effect). When I had my conversation with Mr. Skeptic, he tried to convince me that Dennis’s heat pump would not work well, as the black body radiation at night would completely sap the system’s performance, rendering it worthless at night. As if there was not already a lot of data showing that it performed fine at night, in a Minnesota winter, if not as well as in the daytime. Either Mr. Skeptic was stupider than Brian was, or he hoped that I was, so that he could dupe me with his pseudo-explanation to dismiss Dennis’s heat pump.

    There are other variables, such as what the vapor state was at both heat exchanger inner surfaces. Was it far above the condensing point, or close to it? I have seen a virtual textbook that a heat exchanger company wrote to describe how gas-to-liquid heat exchangers work, and what the ideal parameters were. Dennis’s heat pump had far too many parameters for simplistic analyses to predict its performance.

    I crunch numbers for a living, and have constantly dealt with invalid analyses, especially ones where they try to dial in their microscopes, going to three significant digits when the data only allows for maybe two. Ian Morris, for instance, is innumerate, taking his numbers out to five significant digits, when the data might allow for two, and he throws swag numbers into his meat grinder, combined with less swaggy ones, to arrive at a metric that he carries out to three significant digits, when one digit is probably appropriate for his exercise. The history of science is plagued with misleading numerical analyses, in which the error rate was larger than the effect being measured. As I write this, a global warming study is getting a great deal of coverage, as the authors blew it in their calculations.

    I have seen it all regarding Dennis’s heat pump, from simplistic and invalid explanations for what performance it would get at what environmental temperatures, to why it wouldn’t work at all at night, and other fallacies, presented by engineers, no less. I have seen some who did not understand that the panel was the magic that made it work.

    And this is regarding simple, garden-variety thermodynamics and physics, not some ZPF or other unorthodox theorizing. If the scientists and engineers regularly bungle the easy stuff, how qualified are they to assess the cutting-edge stuff? Not at all, in my opinion, and when I hear pronouncements from scientists and engineers that free energy is “impossible,” and the “laws of physics” are invoked to dismiss it, the dogmatic priesthood has spoken. I’ll refer to a quote in Peter Ward’s latest, when it was observed that when an old scientist said that something was possible, even though it had not been established yet, the scientist was almost certainly right, but if that same scientist declared something “impossible,” then that scientist was almost certainly wrong.

    As Mr. Mentor once told me, very few engineers have any creative talent, somewhere on the order of 1% of them. The rest are trapped by their “education” and unable to think past their textbooks, as Brian spectacularly demonstrated. Engineers such as Mr. Skeptic were patently dishonest to boot.

    At this time, stating that one of Dennis’s panels generally captured 10,000 BTUs per hour is about as accurate as I think is prudent, which is to one significant digit. At eight panels, the pump itself added 20,000 BTUs (at a COP of 5), to get to that 100K BTUs per hour. It is close enough for any meaningful analysis about that heat pump’s performance, with the available data. COPs to the nearest whole number are all that is needed to show how superior Dennis’s heat pump was to conventional ones. Dennis’s got between six and eight when conventional ones got about a two, while also delivering twice as much heat. That is plenty to give an idea of its superiority. In the Minnesota winter, conventional heat pumps would barely work, if at all.

    Whether it could make free energy when married to hydraulic heat engines is another matter entirely, and I have my doubts, but we were wiped out before we could explore it very far. I’ll write about that in coming posts.

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    This will be another Free Energy Follies post. My list of all of those failed paths to free energy was easy to prepare. I was intimately familiar with all of them and more, from either direct personal experience, trading notes with fellow travelers, or hearing/reading about them. One tactic of organized suppression is infiltrating people into the target organization. Those saboteurs will usually wait for their chance to do the most damage possible, and in my adventures, they can be part of what I call the inside/outside job. Bill the BPA Hit Man and Ken Hodgell both played that game, working with the authorities to put us out of business on behalf of their private-interest employers, striking when Dennis was most vulnerable.

    I have mentioned Adam Trombly’s adventures a number of times, and his life’s story is the only one that I have heard of that can compare to Dennis’s. I have heard of many events that Adam has not disclosed publicly, including numerous murder attempts, straight from people in his inner circle. He had at least one of those “inside people” infiltrated into his organization, and in one event, that saboteur was Adam’s most enthusiastic supporter, until Adam tried to put together a deal with some big players, and then the saboteur pulled the rug out from under Adam, completely wrecked the deal, and then disappeared. The activities of those saboteurs can range from mere mischief and sabotage to murder attempts. I don’t know just what the calculus is for whom is sicced on whom, but it is probably along the lines of that risk analysis and response framework that I presented. Adam had a free energy facility raided and cleaned out by the authorities, just like we did, on flimsy and false pretexts, of course. Taking everything that you have is a good way to take the wind out of your sails. Only somebody as persistent as Dennis will keep trying, rebuilding from scratch each time.

    If people do anything productive in the field, they will come onto the radar, and not just Godzilla’s, as there are many other predators and opportunists in the milieu. There are innumerable opportunities for folly. All of those paths of disaster are why I have been very careful about whom I let into my effort, and gung-ho newcomers are the ones that I am the most wary of. They can launch themselves into life-risking and life-wrecking disaster in no time at all, as they rush out to “do something.” I have designed what I am doing so that it is not very vulnerable to inside people. People won’t be putting their lives on the line in my effort, so the opportunities of inside people are going to be very limited. I was just looking at my site stats, and I have an endless stream of hackers trying to break into my site, but it is a very simple site, with almost no opportunity to break in. I don’t have any ecommerce features or money associated with my site, which would be a great vulnerability in a number of ways. I do my best to limit the chances for folly.

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    If relatively straightforward analysis of Dennis’s heat pump is beyond the reach of most engineers, with plenty of available data, even by people who produced that data, how fruitless is debating free energy theories going to be? Even if Sparky published how he conditioned his magnets, almost nobody outside of an industrial R&D facility could reproduce it. And there are quite a few alternative physics models out there, each proposing their different hypotheses for how the universe really works. Going down that road, while it can be educational in ways, is generally a pretty worthless task. All of the free energy theory in the world is meaningless compared to what my friend saw. In mainstream science, a pretty big backlash is developing against string theory and other bodies of theory that can’t be tested against anything. They are simply elaborate mental games, with plenty of math behind them, but they have literally no relevance to the world we live in.

    As I have stated, Greer has described the same antigravity technology that my friend saw, and he may be able to discuss the theory behind it some, but that is just not my game. I am more into how the orthodox theories have plenty of room in them for the reality of free energy, electro-gravity, and the like. Anybody who says that free energy is “impossible” is not worth listening to, as is anybody who dismisses organized suppression as a “conspiracy theory.” But many armchair pundits and “skepticsplay that game, and they dupe the gullible.

    This is a Free Energy Follies post, as getting into free energy physics debates, dominated by this scientist or that, with this free energy inventor with a proprietary gizmo, or that one applying for a patent, are all emblematic of the field’s arrested development. Those are all roads to nowhere. The only thing that is going to break out of those boxes of futility is an open-source, publicly demonstrated, fully functioning free energy device, one that is far past the proof of concept stage, which is sitting there, making free energy, which can be tested to everybody’s heart’s content, and no independent effort is anywhere near that stage. The masses are not going to be reached in any other way. Put free energy devices on their homes, for free, like Dennis did with his heat pump, and then they will begin to awaken to the Fifth Epoch, and not before. Every Epoch was like that, so this transition will be no different. The folly is thinking that people will wake up with talk or clever theory. It won’t happen that way.

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    One of the greatest free energy follies is how people react to the idea of organized suppression. The most naïve response is to deny that it exists, which is an entry-level perspective. People such as Dennis and Sparky learned that lesson the hard way, thinking that their technologies would be welcomed, to only have the opposite happen. Sparky epitomized how naïve free energy inventors react to finding out that organized suppression is real: they think that they can dance or sneak past it. When Sparky began playing secrecy games, writing his notes in cipher, he ended up self-suppressing his work, which died with him, as he played right into their hands. Mark tried playing that game, for a brief period, before he realized the futility of it, and he gets high marks for quickly coming to an understanding.

    The mature response is to realize that organized suppression is very real, cannot be snuck past or negotiated with, and the only way to overcome it is to just focus on the goal, with combined positive intention, and then it won’t matter what the suppressors do. That is my game, but mounting an effort to get to that stage will be no easy task, and building the choir will be the hardest step of all. After the choir is built, the rest will be easy.

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