+ Reply to Thread
Page 1 of 3 1 3 LastLast
Results 1 to 20 of 52

Thread: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

  1. Link to Post #1
    United States Avalon Member
    Join Date
    21st February 2014
    Location
    The Heart Land
    Age
    51
    Posts
    82
    Thanks
    169
    Thanked 295 times in 65 posts

    Default Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    I don't think anyone has posted about this yet (I did a search but if it's a repeat moderators please do whatever you do with those )

    Last edited by Wizard Of Ozark; 3rd January 2017 at 20:38.

  2. The Following 46 Users Say Thank You to Wizard Of Ozark For This Post:

    7alon (4th January 2017), Ashy67 (3rd January 2017), barneythez (4th January 2017), betoobig (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), BMJ (4th January 2017), Bob (3rd January 2017), ceetee9 (3rd January 2017), chanda (5th January 2017), cursichella1 (5th January 2017), Dennis Leahy (6th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), enigma3 (4th January 2017), Fellow Aspirant (4th January 2017), Flash (4th January 2017), Flowerpunkchip (3rd January 2017), fourty-two (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Gillian (7th January 2017), Heart2hearth (4th January 2017), Intranuclear (4th January 2017), Inversion (3rd January 2017), janicefant (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), Jill (4th January 2017), Johnny (3rd January 2017), JRS (4th January 2017), justntime2learn (4th January 2017), ks4ever (5th January 2017), lucidity (4th January 2017), meat suit (3rd January 2017), OBwan (4th January 2017), Ol' Roy (4th January 2017), OopsWrongPlanet? (4th January 2017), PathWalker (4th January 2017), Paul (4th January 2017), Phoenix1304 (7th January 2017), Richard S. (4th January 2017), Sequoia (3rd January 2017), Star Mariner (4th January 2017), Star Tsar (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017), Tyy1907 (5th January 2017), WhiteFeather (4th January 2017), WhiteLove (3rd January 2017), Wolfman43 (4th January 2017)

  3. Link to Post #2
    England Avalon Member Ashy67's Avatar
    Join Date
    19th July 2016
    Location
    North west England
    Age
    52
    Posts
    84
    Thanks
    1,184
    Thanked 391 times in 82 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Wow!!! This is amazing. Hopefully it will roll out and we can leave fossil fuels behind

  4. The Following 10 Users Say Thank You to Ashy67 For This Post:

    Billy (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Flash (4th January 2017), Flowerpunkchip (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), Johnny (3rd January 2017), justntime2learn (4th January 2017), Paul (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017)

  5. Link to Post #3
    Unsubscribed
    Join Date
    23rd June 2013
    Location
    North America
    Age
    67
    Posts
    6,884
    Thanks
    12,723
    Thanked 29,293 times in 6,140 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    http://coldfusion3.com/blog/cnn-cove...-fusion-device

    Quote The video of the SunCell shown on CNN Newsroom on New Year’s Day looks a lot like the pictures of LENR devices. It is similar to the Andrea Rossi’s hot ecat and the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s glowstick units, shown online. The SunCell can supposedly keep a “coffee-cup sized version of the sun burning continuously” that sounds like fusion to me.

    Brilliant Light’s CEO Randell Mills claims the SunCell converts hydrogen atoms from water molecules to a lower energy form. That also sounds like fusion to me. He claims that this creates dark matter through something called a hydrino.

    “If Mills is right Quantum Mechanics is wrong,” a CNN host whom I could not identify rightly noted. Despite that Mills claims he has attracted tens of millions of dollars in investment and is ready to conduct field testing on the SunCell this year. If the SunCell works he plans to start marketing the device next year.

    The SunCell will supposedly generate electricity with photovoltaic cells like those used in solar panels. That makes more sense to me, I think a steam or Stirling (hot air) engine would be more practical. He claims it will be able to replace the utility grid.
    Last edited by Bob; 3rd January 2017 at 22:53.

  6. Link to Post #4
    Avalon Member
    Join Date
    4th December 2014
    Posts
    1,442
    Thanks
    2,127
    Thanked 8,740 times in 1,354 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Quote Posted by Wizard Of Ozark (here)
    I don't think anyone has posted about this yet (I did a search but if it's a repeat moderators please do whatever you do with those )

    Very promising, this is similar to a theory that I am building which suggests that you reach a state of 0 mass when the electrons are accelerated into the nucleus of the atom, but that is not yet concluded to be the case. The above invention makes me think of E = M * c^2 as e = c^2 / M (this is Joule / kg^2 or energy per total mass), where c the speed of light is going from a stable constant state, to an accelerated state of increase and where the energy, the mass and the speed of light span across two densities, we exist in one of them. Put in different terms - the shift of energy from one dimension into another (= dimensional shift), hence no violation against the law of conservation of energy.

    Is this the error that Lockheed discovered in Einstein's equations...
    Last edited by WhiteLove; 3rd January 2017 at 23:38.

  7. The Following 12 Users Say Thank You to WhiteLove For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), BMJ (4th January 2017), chanda (5th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Flash (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), Paul (4th January 2017), Sunny-side-up (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017), Ultima Thule (4th January 2017)

  8. Link to Post #5
    United States Avalon Member Sequoia's Avatar
    Join Date
    1st March 2016
    Location
    New York
    Posts
    136
    Thanks
    1,455
    Thanked 704 times in 125 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Hydrinos and dark matter wow…

  9. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to Sequoia For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), enigma3 (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), Johnny (3rd January 2017), Paul (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017)

  10. Link to Post #6
    Unsubscribed
    Join Date
    23rd June 2013
    Location
    North America
    Age
    67
    Posts
    6,884
    Thanks
    12,723
    Thanked 29,293 times in 6,140 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Let's look at the name Dr. Randell Mills and see what is listed for new revolutionary energy - Notice in 2008 the company is called BLACK LIGHT POWER, not Brilliant Light Power

    BlackLight's physics-defying promise: Cheap power from water

    2008-07-02, CNN Money
    http://money.cnn.com/2008/07/01/smal....fsb/index.htm

    Imagine being able to convert water into a boundless source of cheap energy. That's what BlackLight Power, a 25-employee firm in Cranbury, N.J., says it can do.

    The only problem: Most scientists say that company's technology violates the basic laws of physics. Such skepticism doesn't daunt Dr. Randell Mills, a Harvard-trained physician and founder of BlackLight, who recently claimed that he has created a working fuel cell using the world's most pervasive element: the hydrogen found in water.

    Mills says he has a market-ready product: a fuel cell that produces a chemical reaction to alter hydrogen atoms. The fuel cell releases heat that turns water into steam, which drives electric turbines.

    The working models in his lab generate 50 kilowatts of electricity - enough to power six or seven houses.

    But these, Mills says, can be scaled [up] to drive a large, electric power plant. The inventor claims this electricity will cost less than 2 cents per kilowatt-hour, which compares to a national average of 8.9 cents. Mills developed the patented cocktail that enables the reaction - a solid fuel made of hydrogen and a sodium hydride catalyst - only a year ago.

    (He recently posted instructions on the company's Web site, blacklightpower.com).

    Now that the device is ready for commercialization, he says, BlackLight is negotiating with several utilities and architecture and engineering firms.

    The business, Mills says, has attracted $60 million in funding from wealthy individuals, investment firms ... and it is no longer seeking money. BlackLight's board of directors reads like a Who's Who of finance and energy leaders.

    ------------ http://www.wanttoknow.info/newenergy...ticles-0-10000

    So what are we seeing here??

    Black Light Power dot com redirects to : http://brilliantlightpower.com/

    The THEORY PAGE is listed HERE: http://brilliantlightpower.com/theory-overview/

    Quote In the atom, electrons are constantly accelerating around the proton in an atomic orbit. Yet, classical physics requires that accelerating charges radiate energy, which would cause the electron to spiral into the nucleus in a fraction of a second. This seminal problem of the stability of the atom was one of the key obstacles physicists faced early in the 20th century, and their inability to solve it led to the construction of quantum theory.

    Mills solved the structure of the electron using classical physical laws, such that electron orbits were stable to radiation. This allowed Mills to construct a new theory of atoms and molecules that was based entirely on classical physics. And unlike other attempts in the 20th century, the result was not merely a “hidden-variables” reinterpretation of the quantum formalism, but a ground-up reconstruction of atomic theory.

    This new model of the atom predicted the theoretical existence of the hydrino, or energy states of the hydrogen atom that exist below the -13.6 eV energy state of atomic hydrogen that is the basis of Brilliant Light Power’s power source.
    Last edited by Bob; 3rd January 2017 at 22:56.

  11. Link to Post #7
    Unsubscribed
    Join Date
    23rd June 2013
    Location
    North America
    Age
    67
    Posts
    6,884
    Thanks
    12,723
    Thanked 29,293 times in 6,140 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Here is DR. RANDELL L. MILLS's SUNCELL

    http://brilliantlightpower.com/suncell/

    Quote The SunCell® comprises six fundamental low-maintenance commercially available systems, some having no moving parts and capable of operating for a decade or more:
    • (i) a start-up inductively coupled heater to first melt silver;
    • (ii) a gas injector to inject hydrogen derived from water and an injection system comprising an electromagnetic pump to inject molten silver and a very stable solid source of oxygen that reacts with the hydrogen to form the hydrogen to hydrino catalyst;
    • (iii) an ignition system to produce a low-voltage, high current flow across a pair of electrodes into which the molten metal and fuel are injected to form a brilliant light-emitting plasma;
    • (iv) a blackbody radiator heated to incandescent temperature by the plasma;
    • (v) a light to electricity converter comprising so-called concentrator photovoltaic cells that receive light from the blackbody radiator and operate at light intensity of over one thousand Suns; and
    • (vi) a fuel recovery and a thermal management system that causes the molten metal to return to the injection system following ignition.


    Quote Dr. Mills, Founder and principal stockholder of Brilliant Light Power, Inc., has served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer and President since 1991.

    Dr. Mills has authored nine books, participated in over 50 presentations at professional meetings, and authored and co-authored over 100 papers regarding the field of energy technology that have been published in peer-reviewed journals of international repute.

    Dr. Mills has received patents or filed patent applications in the following areas:
    (1) Millsian computational chemical design technology based on a revolutionary approach to solving atomic and molecular structures;
    (2) magnetic resonance imaging;
    (3) Mossbauer cancer therapy (Nature, Hyperfine Interactions);
    (4) Luminide class of drug delivery molecules;
    (5) genomic sequencing method, and
    (6) artificial intelligence.

    A thorough description of the Company’s technology and Dr. Mills’ underlying atomic theory is published in a book entitled The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics.

    Dr. Mills was awarded a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chemistry, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Franklin & Marshall College in 1982, and a Doctor of Medicine Degree from Harvard Medical School in 1986.

    Following a year of graduate work in electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Mills began his research in the field of energy technology.
    Last edited by Bob; 3rd January 2017 at 22:59.

  12. Link to Post #8
    Unsubscribed
    Join Date
    23rd June 2013
    Location
    North America
    Age
    67
    Posts
    6,884
    Thanks
    12,723
    Thanked 29,293 times in 6,140 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Brilliant Light Power's December 2016 press release

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    NEWS RELEASE

    December 13th 2016, Cranbury, New Jersey, Brilliant Light Power, Inc. announces today the appointment of the Company’s Advisory Board –The Advisory Board consists of senior industry executives and includes Colin Bannon from BT, Bill Maurer from ABM Industries, Ray Gogel, former President of Current Group and US Grid Co., Matt Key, CEO of everynet and three additional executives from Telecoms, Finance and Legal professions.

    “We searched extensively to identify Advisors that can help us answer some of the big questions to support our SunCell® commercial launch next year” said Dr. Randell L. Mills, Founder, President and CEO of Brilliant Light Power, Inc. “This is a team of senior executives from future customers, partners and advisory groups that will help us shape what we offer and how we offer it as we prepare to go to market”.

    Bill Maurer, SVP from ABM Industries Energy division said “it’s a great opportunity to be part of the team that will launch the technology that will change the way we think about energy in the future”

    Matt Key, CEO of everynet said “Brilliant Light Power has put together a very sophisticated advisory group and they have given us some big questions to consider. The SunCell® technology is an incredible invention and we all look forward to helping the Company in achieving its full potential by transforming the worlds energy markets as we know them”

    The Advisory Board will meet monthly and will be advising Brilliant Light Power on its the commercial offerings, launch markets, potential customers and organizational structure the Company will employ to deliver them.

    About Brilliant Light Power:
    Brilliant Light Power, Inc. is developing a new zero-pollution, primary energy source applicable to essentially all power applications wherein the latent energy of the hydrogen atom from water molecules serving as the fuel source is released by forming Hydrinos®, a more stable chemical form of hydrogen. The SunCell® cell was invented by Dr. Mills to release this energy as brilliant light converted directly to electricity using concentrator photovoltaics at an anticipated cost of a small percentage of any competing source of electricity.

    Website:
    www.brilliantlightpower.com

  13. Link to Post #9
    Virgin Islands Avalon Member TargeT's Avatar
    Join Date
    30th June 2011
    Location
    St. Croix
    Age
    40
    Posts
    7,515
    Thanks
    21,385
    Thanked 39,716 times in 7,043 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    It's a brilliant idea






    its sort of like a miniaturized version of this:



    less focused on the heat generation, and more on the conversion directly to electricity (I wonder how much waste heat there is, potentially it could be used as well?)
    Last edited by TargeT; 4th January 2017 at 01:14.
    Hard times create strong men, Strong men create good times, Good times create weak men, Weak men create hard times.
    Where are you?

  14. The Following 11 Users Say Thank You to TargeT For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), BMJ (4th January 2017), Bob (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), enigma3 (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017), WhiteFeather (4th January 2017), Wizard Of Ozark (4th January 2017)

  15. Link to Post #10
    Unsubscribed
    Join Date
    23rd June 2013
    Location
    North America
    Age
    67
    Posts
    6,884
    Thanks
    12,723
    Thanked 29,293 times in 6,140 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Hia TargeT - my belief is that waste heat (from looking at the earlier blacklight article) could be converted to mechanical motion using low vaporization temp freons to drive turbine(s) to then create electricity directly. The heat would vaporize the low temp freon, which could then be re-condensed back to liquid.. sort of a heat-pump system... or even a type of sterling-like engine could use the excess heat..

  16. Link to Post #11
    Avalon Retired Member
    Join Date
    26th December 2010
    Location
    Montreal
    Posts
    9,561
    Thanks
    37,831
    Thanked 52,750 times in 8,858 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    One thing seems sure: the establishment or cabal or the change of cabal seems to have decided that open free energy for all is a go - they must have found a way to collect money from it.

    It would be great in any circumstance, for the planet, I think. Unless it can be used for nefarious purposes in a way we cannot imagine yet.

  17. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to Flash For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), Bob (4th January 2017), Carmody (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Flowerpunkchip (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), PurpleLama (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017)

  18. Link to Post #12
    United States Avalon Member
    Join Date
    21st February 2014
    Location
    The Heart Land
    Age
    51
    Posts
    82
    Thanks
    169
    Thanked 295 times in 65 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    I know I'm preaching to the choir but an affordable free energy source is absolutely a game changer, if it's legit. And that's an understatement. I've been through the half-truths, hoaxes, and such, from the alternative community, in regards to such a device, but I'm cautiously optimistic about this. Downright giddy if I let myself inhabit the possibility! It seems they want to put it on the market in 2018. It would set the whole world on a brand new, and brighter, path. We shall see... but I can't wait! *stamping feet and flailing arms excitedly while still bracing self for soul-crushing disappointment*

  19. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to Wizard Of Ozark For This Post:

    Billy (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), enigma3 (4th January 2017), Fellow Aspirant (4th January 2017), Flowerpunkchip (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), TargeT (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017)

  20. Link to Post #13
    Morocco Avalon Member PurpleLama's Avatar
    Join Date
    23rd January 2011
    Location
    Ignoring Your Outrage
    Posts
    4,052
    Thanks
    26,463
    Thanked 32,520 times in 3,936 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Timing is everything....
    God bless the Fae
    God bless Me

  21. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to PurpleLama For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), Carmody (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), fourty-two (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), TargeT (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017)

  22. Link to Post #14
    Bhutan Avalon Member enigma3's Avatar
    Join Date
    1st July 2016
    Posts
    372
    Thanks
    3,298
    Thanked 2,369 times in 359 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    I hope this stays up. It is a most fascinating post. With the seed money and directors aboard it will truly be a game changer. "Free" energy from water. I always thought hydrogen would be involved. I will be following this one closely.

  23. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to enigma3 For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Flowerpunkchip (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), TargeT (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017), Wizard Of Ozark (4th January 2017)

  24. Link to Post #15
    United States Avalon Retired Member
    Join Date
    4th January 2011
    Location
    North Texas
    Age
    72
    Posts
    27,723
    Thanks
    28,846
    Thanked 129,174 times in 20,635 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Ok - by agreement of most of the parties involved, I removed a few off topic posts.

  25. The Following 14 Users Say Thank You to Paul For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), Bob (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Ernie Nemeth (4th January 2017), Fellow Aspirant (4th January 2017), Flowerpunkchip (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), JRS (4th January 2017), sdv (4th January 2017), TargeT (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017), Wizard Of Ozark (4th January 2017)

  26. Link to Post #16
    United States Avalon Member Intranuclear's Avatar
    Join Date
    12th August 2011
    Posts
    362
    Thanks
    1,546
    Thanked 2,179 times in 346 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Thank you Paul for removing those posts as they were most disturbing. The internet indeed makes it easy to find dirt on people with or without merit.

    As for hydrinos, I was completely ignorant on the topic. I just did some "research", and it is remarkable how split everyone seems to be on this issue.
    One thing that seems to be consistent in all of history is that anything truly revolutionary is dismissed all to quickly especially by experts or rather gatekeeper of existing theories of the time even though they themselves admit that the theories they use to reject new observations are themselves severely limited, including quantum mechanics or even the newer string theories.

    The problem with verifying the existing device is that without a "proper" theoretical framework, patenting the invention may be impossible. However, the moment a new theoretical framework that can predict existing phenomena and provide new predictions, similar inventions will be unstoppable.
    God only know how difficult it is to patent anything that is deemed a "national security" issue.

    Of course, new theories of physics almost always are used to create exponentially more powerful weapons, so there is a severe downside. I can't think of any major discoveries in physics or chemistry that contradict this observation, assuming they are allowed to be published.

    Seems like sneaking in inventions in a more benign way may be the way to go.

    I mean, what are the chances of allowing the publication of any theory which can be used as a recipe to make more efficient weapons?
    I think I just depressed myself.

  27. The Following 11 Users Say Thank You to Intranuclear For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Billy (4th January 2017), Bob (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Fellow Aspirant (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), Paul (4th January 2017), sdv (4th January 2017), TargeT (4th January 2017), The Freedom Train (4th January 2017)

  28. Link to Post #17
    Unsubscribed
    Join Date
    23rd June 2013
    Location
    North America
    Age
    67
    Posts
    6,884
    Thanks
    12,723
    Thanked 29,293 times in 6,140 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    One thing seems sure: the establishment or cabal or the change of cabal seems to have decided that open free energy for all is a go - they must have found a way to collect money from it.

    It would be great in any circumstance, for the planet, I think. Unless it can be used for nefarious purposes in a way we cannot imagine yet.
    It's not quite free energy Flash - in my post 6 above, looking at when the company was named Black Light Power here is how the Dr described the output - (SunCell design)

    Quote The working models in his lab generate 50 kilowatts of electricity - enough to power six or seven houses.

    But these, Mills says, can be scaled [up] to drive a large, electric power plant.

    The inventor claims this electricity will cost less than 2 cents per kilowatt-hour, which compares to a national average of 8.9 cents. Mills developed the patented cocktail that enables the reaction - a solid fuel made of hydrogen and a sodium hydride catalyst - only a year ago.
    There was no mention of "duration" of production of the 50 kilowatts produced, how long does the system produce such? In what form of energy, pure 50 or 60 cycle normal electric power, or a "burst" of such power. Is the sodium hydride "catalyst" actually consumed and/or does it de-compose or need a "recharge" of excess hydrogen gas? Another unknown question.. with no given answer.

    later in the December 2016 press release, where the company name is now Brilliant Light Power this:

    Quote Brilliant Light Power, Inc. is developing a new zero-pollution, primary energy source applicable to essentially all power applications wherein the latent energy of the hydrogen atom from water molecules serving as the fuel source is released by forming Hydrinos®, a more stable chemical form of hydrogen.

    The SunCell® cell was invented by Dr. Mills to release this energy as brilliant light converted directly to electricity using concentrator photovoltaics at an anticipated cost of a small percentage of any competing source of electricity.
    A few unknowns that I did not see covered, such as the total energy consumed verses total energy out and what byproducts besides "waste heat".. the photovoltaic cells that are listed as using the "light" have a conversion efficiency (not disclosed), and a life span, also not disclosed.. the hydrogen ion (the nucleus of the atom stripped of an electron) is technically the most corrosive "acid" known to exist. Will that "acid" eat through the containers? Like in fusion reactors, if the "plasma" touches the walls, it burns through and the reaction stops.. I didn't see how the electrodes are allowed to contain the plasma (which is quite hot apparently) and not immediately or shortly thereafter break down (and need to be replaced)...

    If taken at the face value cost of electricity produced by the "system" is really to be "retail" at less than 2 cents per kilowatt hour, that is pretty good.. We don't fully know if there is any other radiation such as neutron flux radiated from the hydrogen.. or is this a real low temperature nuclear reaction LNR.. so a few questions remain.. it certainly sounds promising..

    However now, going back to the Dr's theory page he has a section that says in one of his special "fuel cells" running on water that

    Quote Specifically, oxidation-reduction reactions of H2O involving oxygen and oxygen ion intermediates such as hydroxide, oxides, peroxides, and superoxides are involved in the spontaneous electrolysis of water powered by hydrino formation that in turn result in the formation of catalyst and hydrinos.

    The equivalent of Steps 1 and 2 occur continuously, except that no electricity has been applied during this process. Power is produced with a large net gain in electricity (e.g. 10X) over that to initiate the spontaneous electricity-producing process.
    Now that is then "free energy" 10X more out than in.. But, is there consumption of something other than water in the reaction, something missed? He calls it a catalyst, and a catalyst in a normal chemical sense is not normally "consumed", such just facilitates a "reaction", so that Less Energy is consumed in a chemical reaction than would be needed without the catalyst.. http://brilliantlightpower.com/ciht-cell/

    If one goes to wiki and looks up HYDRON - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydron_(chemistry) one gets this description -

    "In chemistry, a hydron is the general name for a cationic form of atomic hydrogen, represented with the symbol H+
    However, in most textbooks, this term is avoided and instead "proton" is used, which strictly speaking refers to the cation of protium, the most common isotope of hydrogen. The term "hydron" includes cations of hydrogen regardless of their isotopic composition.."

    and

    "Traditionally, the term "proton" was and is used in place of "hydron". Acid and bases are referred to as proton donors and acceptors correspondingly."

    What I don't see is where the 10X over unity energy surplus comes from.. in what appears to be a normal fuel cell..

    His image is this:

    Last edited by Bob; 4th January 2017 at 05:48.

  29. Link to Post #18
    United States On Sabbatical
    Join Date
    23rd August 2016
    Age
    38
    Posts
    614
    Thanks
    5,034
    Thanked 2,802 times in 571 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    I thought it pertinent to add an excerpt from this Interview with Stephan Schwartz PhD (remote viewer): Nonlocal Awareness and Visions of the Future, as interviewed by Daniel Redwood, DC.

    ".........REDWOOD: The project of yours that I find most intriguing is the 2050 Project. Could you tell us about that?

    SCHWARTZ: That’s another variant of all this. When I was in government, I was asked to participate on a committee that the Secretary of Defense and the president of MIT put together, called, “Innovation, Technology and the Future.” And then I was asked to host a television program called, “Conversations at the Smithsonian: Innovation, Technology and the Future.” So I began reading a lot of futurist stuff. And if we all look back at what we were concerned about in the 1970s, the great fear was overpopulation, that we would run out of natural resources, nuclear war, just dreadful stuff. That was the settled wisdom of the futurists. If you read the futurist literature of that period, the Club of Rome or Paul Ehrlich’s work, that’s what it was saying. Well, none of it turned out to be true. So by 1978 I could see that pretty much all of what we had said about the future was wrong. And as I began to look at it, I realized that almost all predictions about the future are wrong. Not just details, but even the broad trends are not correct, despite the fact that people who write them up are very smart and diligent.

    So I thought that if we could use remote viewing to accomplish all that we had already done, why couldn’t we get it to look at the future? This made me think, well, how far into the future would you go? Reading about various kinds of predictions, I realized that if you get even a century or so down the time line, things change so much that they become incomprehensible. As an example, if you had tried to explain the Internet to your grandmother 80 years ago, what would you say? I have this box on my desk and it links me up with a box on every other desk in the world, and it also stores all the information, and I can get it all and transmit. It’s incomprehensible. If you were talking to a 17th century thinker, how would you possibly explain either the technology or the cultural effect of television? “There’s a box that sits on a table and it’s got dancing people in it.” The whole concept is very hard to get hold of. In the late 19th century, before Pasteur, people couldn’t think of germs.

    REDWOOD: Somewhat along these lines, I read in the paper today that last year in Boston a paralyzed man became the first person to send an email with his thoughts. There was a chip implanted in his brain that enabled him to do this.

    SCHWARTZ: Really! Well, all of these kinds of things led me to realize that I should not go too far down the timeline, because I wouldn’t understand what I was being told. So I settled on the year 2050. And in 1978 I began collecting this data, and I’ve gotten about 4000 people to do this. I asked them to go forward in time to the year 2050 [while in a state of nonlocal awareness] and to describe what they see, what people wear, what kind of health care is there, very mundane stuff. How do you pay for things, what does your house look like, how many people live in your area. Not big, grandiose questions, just mundane stuff. How many children do you have? How do the children communicate? How do people travel? And I began to get, immediately, a view that was utterly different than the view that I had expected. It contradicted just about everything that I thought the future was about.

    REDWOOD: What did they see in 2050?

    ........... (several paragraphs removed for brevity and to highlight the main point I wanted to share here. For the rest please see the attached PDF: stephan schwartz intervew.pdf for the interview in full, which is a very interesting read!!)

    SCHWARTZ: That there has been an energy revolution, that energy is no longer an issue. There’s some decentralized kind of energy. This is a case where even though I was only looking less than a hundred years into the future, the descriptions don’t mean anything to me or anyone else that I’ve shown them to. All I can tell you is they describe this thing, that’s probably three feet high and maybe three feet wide, like a big box. There are various sizes of them. They sit in either individual homes or in neighborhoods and they provide power. In 2050, nobody thinks much about power anymore. I can’t tell you what it is. I thought for a while that it was cold fusion, but we don’t know yet whether cold fusion is real. I just don’t understand. They try to describe it to you, but the technology has not yet been invented, the concept is not here yet. People say, “Well, it’s a box.” I said, “Does it get very hot?” thinking there might be something inside the box. They said, “No, it just kind of hums along and produces power. So I said, “How does it do that?” and they said, “Well, there are these wires.” The net of it is, there has been an energy revolution, that’s a big one, and also a medical revolution. Most illnesses, most chronic illnesses have disappeared. Multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy. The chronic genetic diseases have largely disappeared because they’re engineered out at birth, or at pre-birth............"


    ((http://www.healthy.net/Health/Interv...he_Future/305#))

  30. The Following 7 Users Say Thank You to The Freedom Train For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017), Reinhard (4th January 2017), sdv (4th January 2017), TargeT (4th January 2017)

  31. Link to Post #19
    UK Avalon Member Star Mariner's Avatar
    Join Date
    15th November 2011
    Location
    Southwest UK
    Posts
    1,640
    Thanks
    8,934
    Thanked 10,444 times in 1,561 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    One thing seems sure: the establishment or cabal or the change of cabal seems to have decided that open free energy for all is a go - they must have found a way to collect money from it.
    I was somewhat cynically thinking that too, in that avenues to free energy - totally free abundant energy - usually get 'disappeared' one way or the other. From Tesla on, that seems to be the trend, and it's very sad.

    Let us hope this is what it claims to be, does what it claims to do, lives up to expectations and comes to fruition. We've had too many disappointments. But this really would change everything!
    "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace."
    ~ Jimi Hendrix

  32. The Following 4 Users Say Thank You to Star Mariner For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017)

  33. Link to Post #20
    Virgin Islands Avalon Member TargeT's Avatar
    Join Date
    30th June 2011
    Location
    St. Croix
    Age
    40
    Posts
    7,515
    Thanks
    21,385
    Thanked 39,716 times in 7,043 posts

    Default Re: Free Energy In Unit The Size Of Coffee Cup On CNN

    Quote Posted by Bob (here)
    the hydrogen ion (the nucleus of the atom stripped of an electron) is technically the most corrosive "acid" known to exist. Will that "acid" eat through the containers? Like in fusion reactors, if the "plasma" touches the walls, it burns through and the reaction stops.. I didn't see how the electrodes are allowed to contain the plasma (which is quite hot apparently) and not immediately or shortly thereafter break down (and need to be replaced)...
    From my understanding they are forcing a "lower" orbit for the electron, not stripping the electron (that's what the "hydrrino" is and where all the energy comes from, that electron orbit change).

    Quote Posted by Bob (here)
    Now that is then "free energy" 10X more out than in.. But, is there consumption of something other than water in the reaction, something missed? He calls it a catalyst, and a catalyst in a normal chemical sense is not normally "consumed", such just facilitates a "reaction", so that Less Energy is consumed in a chemical reaction than would be needed without the catalyst.. http://brilliantlightpower.com/ciht-cell/
    He said it consumes water, but I wouldn't be surprised if the Catalyst is consumed at a very slow rate (and I'd call it "less effective" not really consumed)


    Quote Posted by Bob (here)
    What I don't see is where the 10X over unity energy surplus comes from.. in what appears to be a normal fuel cell..

    His image is this:

    It's not even "over unity" (I guess that's debatable. I don't see it as over unity, it's just utilizing energy that's already stored in the higher electron orbits) it's just that he's found a way to drop the electron to it's lowest orbit, which releases a huge amount of energy as the electron changes to a tighter orbit.

    Quote Obviously, a positive energy change means that the electron absorbs energy, while a negative energy change implies a release of energy from the electron. Note that the formula is the energy per mole, rather than that of a single photon.

    During transition, an electron absorbs/releases energy is in the form of light energy. The energy of the photon absorbed/released during the transition is equal to the energy change of the electron. Using the properties of DeBroglie waves, we can calculate the wavelength and frequency of the following formula:
    It's well explained here, I don't know how to copy the formulas over:
    https://brilliant.org/wiki/energy-le...-of-electrons/
    Last edited by TargeT; 4th January 2017 at 14:00.
    Hard times create strong men, Strong men create good times, Good times create weak men, Weak men create hard times.
    Where are you?

  34. The Following 5 Users Say Thank You to TargeT For This Post:

    Ashy67 (4th January 2017), Bob (4th January 2017), eaglespirit (4th January 2017), Foxie Loxie (4th January 2017), Jean-Marie (4th January 2017)

+ Reply to Thread
Page 1 of 3 1 3 LastLast

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts