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Blacklight power announced the successful testing of a new energy source.

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posted on May, 30 2008 @ 01:07 AM
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Blacklight power inc has been discused here on ATS but they now claim to have a working model!





Cranbury, NJ (May 28, 2008)—BlackLight Power, Inc. today announced the successful testing of a new energy source. The company has successfully developed a prototype power system generating 50,000 watts of thermal power on demand. Incorporating existing industry knowledge in chemical and power engineering, BlackLight Power (BLP) is pursuing the immediate design and engineering of central power plants utilizing the BlackLight Process. BLP plans on developing pilot plants with architecture and engineering firms with anticipated delivery in approximately 12 to 18 months. The BLP process has been replicated and validated by independent scientists and has received interest from financial institutions and power utility plant operators around the world. BLP plans on licensing its technologies.


Link webstite: blacklight power inc

Link to press release: press release

I did not find this news jet but if its already posted feel free to remove it!




posted on May, 31 2008 @ 08:20 AM
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Just found the news as well, sounds interesting tbh, would like to hear some opinions tho wether this is a hoax or not. Sound a bit too good to be true



posted on May, 31 2008 @ 08:54 AM
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Looks like complete load of it, like these things normally are. Just looking at the wiki, the inventor contradicts himself about a few things, and claim that these "hydrinos" are dark matter, but also claims that he can make molecules out of them. So yeah.



posted on May, 31 2008 @ 08:58 AM
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As far as I read now in older threads here on ATS about this, it seems credible, at least according most people who glanced at it and replied back then.

*edited for spelling*

[edit on 31/5/2008 by d0p3d]



posted on May, 31 2008 @ 09:07 AM
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Whether it's a hoax or not, it certainly is a "groovy" idea.
I think I'll start looking for flourescent paint just in case



posted on May, 31 2008 @ 12:40 PM
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Unlikely this is a hoax. Multimillion dollar funding. Theory published. Patents awarded. Major league board of directors. Major industry funding and interest. Experiments reproduced, technology demonstrated. All that isn't absolute proof, but if it is a hoax, it's probably the biggest scientific hoax of the century. At worst it will turn out to be impractical for some unforeseen reason. I am giving odds of 3:2 that IT IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE.



posted on May, 31 2008 @ 03:31 PM
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This solves the helium shortage too.

However, playing the Devil's Advocate, using hydrogen for energy will result in a crisis much greater than we can imagine.

And that, my friends...

...is a world without water!

Along with whatever else uses hydrogen in molecular or other form.

Of course this will not happen right away, but over the course of centuries will begin to be felt as the throats of billions tighten from dryness.

So beware! Beware!



posted on May, 31 2008 @ 11:31 PM
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It seems like these guys have been just about to release a product for many years now. I'll believe it when I see it. If it happens I'll expect the oil companies to act swiftly to protect their interests.



posted on Jun, 1 2008 @ 08:04 AM
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Donno bout the oilcompanies, there was some news this week (sorry, couldnt find the article atm) about the EU investing 470 million Euro's for the comin 6 years in these kinda sciences, and Shell is participating in this as well along with other companies, investing the same amount of money.

There is prolly money to be made from whatever is used as a catalysator.

*Edit: Aargh, spelling :/ *



[edit on 1/6/2008 by d0p3d]



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 09:09 AM
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The hydrino theory is common sense unless you are indoctrinated into quantum mechanics. Why shouldn't the electron orbit closer to the protron?

We know what quantum mechanics says, but these arguments are based on observations on known hydrogen states, what about the observations in the 1000 angstrom wavelengths, dark matter? - these are a quandry to the mainstream physics community.

From a purely scientific standpoint, we should be very concerned that the main stream physics community refutes the Blacklight process out of hand without looking at the experimental data. What other discoveries have been suffocated throughout the decades because the theory contradicts current quantum mathamatical models.

It may be that Mills is correct about the power density of his device but could be wrong about the theory. The process needs some of these scientists in the main stream to say " you know, this theory looks like nonesense but what the heck is going on in the process"

2009 will be an interesting year in for the main stream physics community if the Blacklight device is mass produced. The scene would be akin to scientists refuting the existance of the Platepus while the creature swims merrily around their their ankles.



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