posted on Sep, 1 2008 @ 03:01 PM
How do we know that that Superconducter (Haldon)isnt that machine that this guy is talking about ..
Atmospheric Vortex Engine
Atmospheric vortex engine inventor Louis Michaud received a bachelor in electrical engineering from Nova Scotia Technical College in 1962. He studied
meteorology as a naval officer. He has been process control engineer in the petrochemical, nuclear, paper, and aluminum industries. Michaud is
interested in difficult to control processes and does not accept that natural processes such as tornadoes cannot be controlled.
He worked for 25 years as a senior process control engineer for Imperial Oil Limited, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil. As the lead process control engineer
in an ethylene plant he implemented of a highly successful advanced multi-variable model based controller responsible for controlling the seven main
product concentrations while maximizing throughput subject to over 100 constraints. Michaud has played leading technical roles in the implementation
and upgrade of distributed control systems. He is interested in all aspects of process engineering and is known for coming up with operator friendly
process displays and with innovative solutions to field instrumentation problems.
The vortex engine was initially a private initiative. Louis Michaud became aware of the possibility of obtaining energy through atmospheric convection
when he realized that more energy is produced by the expansion of a heated gas than is required to compress the same gas after it has been cooled and
that this process must surely be responsible for the energy of tornadoes. Michaud self studied meteorology and published nine articles in peer
reviewed meteorological or energy journals. In 2001 Michaud undertook the design of the AVE for which patents have since been issued. Developing the
Atmospheric Vortex Engine will require extensive resources. There were earlier related proposals that did not get the support needed to be developed.
In 2003, Michaud decided to group relevant information on a web site to raise awareness of the energy production potential of the atmosphere and to
ensure that future inventors are aware of prior work. Michaud welcomes feedback, encouragement, and development support; if you find the concept
interesting please let him know.
Louis Michaud is President of of AVEtec Energy Corporation, he resides at: 1269 Andrew Ct., Sarnia, Ontario, N7V 4H4, Canada, along with his wife
Suzanne; he hope that the atmospheric vortex process will contribute to the alleviation of global warming and provide for the future energy needs of
his three children and four grandchildren. He can be reached by telephone at: 519-542-4464, or by email at: lmichaud at vortexengine.ca.
We all know that we never hear about anything till way after it comes down to being ready to release to or on mankind ..
And of course what gets released first is "Well we are working on making this happen and someday it will be done " but in reality it is already in
the works and almost completed When these statements are allowed out ..