This is the latest information on the Angel Labs MYT engine.
This page has links to the latest videos and discussion at SJSU.
Though sparsely attended, most of those who came seemed deeply impacted, some in a life-changing way, especially on the last night.
Fortunately, we had a camera rolling for much of the time on April 2 at SJSU, and we have now uploaded that footage to YouTube in 15 segments, split
at logical transition points, embedded below for your consideration -- our dedicated audience worldwide.
In the 11th video found on youtube
Raphial Morgado says the problem is that this engine is "designated as a distruptive technology".
In January, Angel Labs was looking to go into production and for some investment monies.
The BIG Three auto manufacturers were giving the cold shoulder, and still are.
Since January, not much has been in the news, but this is a great presentation and I would recommend watching all 15 if you have time.
It also is capable of high volume pumping such as hydroelectric electricity generation.
Some have questioned the viability of this configuration due to sealing problems, and there is some validity in the theory on both sides.
I wonder why
the trillions of cash infused and funded for banks that gambled derivatives and default swaps, est... are pampered for their greed and obvious
tactics to engage in profiteering from instruments of no value, that,
A measily 4 million, or even if it were 50 million, to get this powerplant to market seems to be ignored as if those who own the designs being used
today want to insure their place just as big oil has trumped water engines, electric motors and other designs that are superior in power and green
friendly for 30 or more years.
Whether there are porblems to overcome or not, this should be a viable project along with water fueled reciprocating combustion designs as cap and
trade or carbon tax is looming and energy is such a political issue with the purported global warming threat.
Even if the funds needed were 8 or 9 digits, it's a grain of sand compared to the trillions spent due to instruments and loans that we know have no
Wasted tax dollars in those amounts show that those who own todays standard products for power, energy and designs are unwilling to risk their
monopoly. If this is not so, why wouldn't we even mandate that Government grant the funds to expedite getting these alternatives with such
potential to market.
There is no other reasonable answer than the afore mentioned desire to control perpetually, even if the game is played with inferior designs.
I am interested how this and other great inventions that are not in the game plays out.
[edit on 22-4-2009 by imd12c4funn]