posted on Jul, 15 2005 @ 01:13 PM
Some things to consider:
1. Where is the power output? Isn't that the purpose of the product? not once is it shown in the drawings or photos. Just a button on the front of
a dsl-modem-looking device.
2. for 10,000 watts, you're going to need a serious conductor coming out of it, not just a little power adaptor 12 gauge stranded and insulated wire
shown in the packaging photo.
3. voltage, current, temperature ratings are all absent. and what about kilowatt hours?
4. Not UL listed?
5. No mention of iso-9000 (or better).
6. No mention of safety. something which produces 10,000 watts can get pretty hot... or, if not (as may be the case with zpe), then it is worth
mentioning. "Safer than volatile chemicals in current batteries, safer than gasoline..."
7. No patent # involved or pending? well... if it is proprietary technology, then some extra description at least would be needed to convince any
third grader that it could actually work.
8. So, they have a network of research scientists "including Phds, doctors, Electrical Engineers, etc". Wow. impressive. I think it is assumed
that such people are involved. Only a high school student would be impressed by "we have phd's, doctors and engineers working for us". Check out
hbar technologies sight or SAIC for companies that actually employ incredibly talented physicits, etc.
9. No product which harnesses zero point energy needs a .pdf which describes the "electric product market". A low level marketing or business
course assignment, however, would.
- this looks like a class project at a community college. not a product.