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Electrical Power from Water Fuel

BlackLight has produced millions of watts of power in a volume that is one ten thousandths of a liter corresponding to a power density of over an astonishing 10 billion watts per liter. BlackLight’s nonpolluting power-producing SF-CIHT cell catalytically converts H2O-based solid fuel directly into plasma power, a supersonic expanding gaseous ionized physical state of the fuel comprising essentially positive ions and free electrons. The extremely powerful SF-CIHT cell plasma can be converted directly into electricity at very high efficiency. Patents are filed worldwide [plasma video, MHD and PDC papers 1 & 2, patent application].

Specifically, BlackLight has developed a commercially competitive, nonpolluting source of energy that forms a predicted, previously undiscovered, more stable form of hydrogen called “Hydrino” [Hydrino characterization/Hydrino spectrum/mission statement video].

The SF-CIHT plasma-producing cell invented to harness this fundamentally new primary energy source as electrical output uses a catalyst to cause hydrogen atoms of water molecules to transition to the lower-energy, Hydrino states by allowing their electrons to fall to smaller radii around the nucleus, resulting in a release of energy that is intermediate between chemical and nuclear energies and a nonpolluting product. The energy release of H2O fuel that can be acquired from the humidity in the air is one hundred times that of an equivalent amount of high-octane gasoline [CIHT cell papers 1 & 2, DSC paper].

Essentially all power sources: thermal, electrical, marine, rail, aviation, aerospace, as well as, automotive sources become untethered from an electrical distribution or fuel infrastructure and are also independent of the sun, wind, or other external variable power sources at capital cost of 1 to 10% that of historic systems [business summary/Download PDF].

BlackLight has developed a system engineering design of an electric generator that is less that a cubic foot in volume to generate ten million watts of electricity, enough to power ten thousand homes [10 MW Generator/patent app].

Press Release: BlackLight Power, Inc. Announces the Achievement of the Generation of Millions of Watts of Power from the Conversion of Water Fuel to a New Form of Hydrogen. In addition to its breakthrough plasma and plasma to electricity producing SF-CIHT cell, BLP announces independent, offsite validation of its electrochemical cell [Enser report; Copeland report] and solid fuels technologies [Perkin Elmer report].

On January 28, BlackLight performed the preannounced public demonstration of its breakthrough technology to a group of distinguished attendees that spanned the spectrum of professionals [demonstration video]. Validations were performed by leading academic experts [reports with resumes].

http://www.blacklightpower.com/

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I've been following them for years. the physics community is in somethiing of an uproar over this becuase it goes against basic quantum theory.

when the phenomena was first identified as "cold fusion" back in like 99 or so,

http://jlnlabs.online.fr/cfr/html/cfr10.htm

the community went after the claimants like rabid dogs...

now instead of fusion, it appears that the H elctrons are NOT bound by quantum laws after all and enter into orbits that do not coincide with specific wavelngths of light. this goes against the very basics of QM and if that is the reason this works? we have a whole new forntier to eplore here... i never liked most of the QM stuff anyway, and neither do alot of others, but this will be the only place where the law is proven to be violated so far.
i actually did a high school version of the experiment with Jr about five yrs ago. it does what they say it does, it is duplicable,but we don't really know why yet...

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from the PR:
"Hydrino states by allowing their electrons to fall to smaller radii around the nucleus, resulting in a release of energy that is intermediate between chemical and nuclear energies and a nonpolluting product"

this is not supposed to be able to happen... but their reasoning does make some sense.

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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
I've been following them for years. the physics community is in somethiing of an uproar over this becuase it goes against basic quantum theory.

when the phenomena was first identified as "cold fusion" back in like 99 or so,

http://jlnlabs.online.fr/cfr/html/cfr10.htm

the community went after the claimants like rabid dogs...

now instead of fusion, it appears that the H elctrons are NOT bound by quantum laws after all and enter into orbits that do not coincide with specific wavelngths of light. this goes against the very basics of QM and if that is the reason this works? we have a whole new forntier to eplore here... i never liked most of the QM stuff anyway, and neither do alot of others, but this will be the only place where the law is proven to be violated so far.
i actually did a high school version of the experiment with Jr about five yrs ago. it does what they say it does, it is duplicable,but we don't really know why yet...

That is my problem with some of the scientific community. They resist change. Its been going on since the view of the earth being flat.
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resisting change is just human nature. the scientific community is where all the change originates cashcow. don't belive all that crap about private industry being the real research machine. it isn't.
the cash burn on real research is just too fantastic. private industry takes basic research and DEVELOPS it into products.

this product is the fruit of real acadmeic research... IF blacklight power (th company) does have a profitable product it happened becuase the scientific community made it possible..

the arguments going on in Science are absolutely no different from the arguments going on in every single human endeavor... jus cuz somebody has a PHd doesn't make them a better person, or even a good person. thy squabble just like kindergartners and worse. i been on the front lines of that crap for too long now.

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alot of people think Eisntein got his Nobel prize for Relativity. he didn't... he thought he would get one for it, he even went so far as to promise his wife she would get the money when he won it, if she would leave him...
interestingly? she was a physicst too.

anyway, Eisntein got his Nobel prize for the photo-electric effect which is the basis for the laws this theory about allowing the H electrons to fall to smaller radii around the nucleus violates...

quantum mechanics actaully screwed up Eisnteins mind (IMO), and maybe his divorce did too. he prolly collaborated alot more with the wife he dumped than he was willing to admit...

anyway. the histroy is all well-documented. Eisntein couldn't accept that God rolls dice.. and QM says God rolls dice. alot of us other students don;t like the concept either. Schrodingers cat was a bad joke...

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As far as Einstein....my take is he just had theories on some subjects(though brilliant for the time). Neither proved or disproved at the time. As we progress...many of his assumptions/theories could prove to be wrong. Like, faster than light travel, etc. He was basing his theories on current info at the time. Which is fine. But technology moves forward....and available info changes.

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quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
As far as Einstein....my take is he just had theories on some subjects(though brilliant for the time). Neither proved or disproved at the time. As we progress...many of his assumptions/theories could prove to be wrong. Like, faster than light travel, etc. He was basing his theories on current info at the time. Which is fine. But technology moves forward....and available info changes.

absolutely. i don't want to say this tech is bogus at all, but i am not interested in putting any of my money behind it because when it was called "cold fusion" one hellofalot of people jumped in with both feet ans spent hundreds of millions on it. The navy has a prototype that they are not investing in anymore either...

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on the other hand? this guy has a new theory behnd why it happens and that hteory may have led him in differnt direction from everyone ele in his development strategy. I did read his full brieif several years ago, and it does make logical sense assuming QM is wrong ( and i fully beleive it is very wrong in certain areas). I am not enough of a math whiz to make a fully informed decision, and i have not been invited to examine his product first-hand... I have made one of the older models and it did appear to put out more energy than it used, and many others have done it too. how to make it useful and profitable is another issue entirely...

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if his theory that H electrons can go to partial orbital states and give off the enrgy that is observed and captured is correct? we may have sub-space travel sooner than anyone anticipates.. i know that's a big leap and it's complaicated to expalin, but that is what is implied by this new theory. It's not impossible at all, it's just not observed anywhere else yet. No hint of it.

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i forget how old these instructions are, but this is one of the early do-it-yourelf projects-


http://www.amasci.com/weird/anode.txt

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there used to be a long paper on his thoeries here;

http://issuu.com/blacklightpower/docs/vol1?mode=embed&layout=http%3A//skin.issuu .com/v/color/layout.xml&backgroundColor=31558B&showFlipBtn=true

i had that link stored on my system for along time, but for some reason it doesn't open anymore for me, maybe it will for you?

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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
resisting change is just human nature. the scientific community is where all the change originates cashcow. don't belive all that crap about private industry being the real research machine. it isn't.
the cash burn on real research is just too fantastic. private industry takes basic research and DEVELOPS it into products.

this product is the fruit of real acadmeic research... IF blacklight power (th company) does have a profitable product it happened becuase the scientific community made it possible..

the arguments going on in Science are absolutely no different from the arguments going on in every single human endeavor... jus cuz somebody has a PHd doesn't make them a better person, or even a good person. thy squabble just like kindergartners and worse. i been on the front lines of that crap for too long now.

Sure would make a great pink sheet pump and dump!
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who here would invest in a company that is selling insects as HUMAN food?

i ask this because i just became aware of a new research project based on it. serous business. they are pushing this hard

i can't believe anybody even consider this stuff. never mind that people won't eat bugs, you can't even grow them cheaply. they require all kinds of very specialised care and foods in order to be safe for human consumption....

last year i was invited to a pet giveaway competition in Florida where the prize was $1,000.00 python... they listed a toxic insect on the "menu" and i wrote and told them not to feed anybody the hornworms. i ddin't go or followup, but about three days after the event one of my FB friends posed a news article about a guy in Fla dying after eating bugs in the petshop contest... my friend thought it was joke that i would like becuase of my projects, but i knew better-- .

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