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I think it's not unreasonable or illogical to conclude disinformation is the knew version of control.
TextSimply put, the effect involves pressurized dihydrogen gas (2 bars is the lowest mentioned in the patent applincation and 80 bars (?) is what was used in the demonstration) is placed in metal tube with nano powdered nickel and a heating element (resistor). Somehow the dihydrogen gas is split into atomic hydrogen. When heat is applied the atomic hydrogen reacts with the powdered nickel to produce energy up to 400 times the input energy. Undisclosed catalysts are used to increase the efficiency of the cell. Also, the powdered nickel is composed of very small particles in the nanometer range. It has also apparently gone through one or more special processes. A few of these special processes are speculated to be: 1) Baking and cleaning to remove oxidation that could "clog" up the reactive sites on the nickel particles. 2) Bathed in acid or another compound to make the particles more porous so they can absorb more hydrogen. 3) Embedded in a membrane or ceramic structure. 4) Loaded with hydrogen via electrolysis or some other method. Doing a lot of digging into Rossi's Journal of Nuclear Physics blog shows that scientists are posting and linking speculation that "hydrinos" (of Blacklight Power fame) or shrunken hydrogen atoms may be involved in this cold fusion and process and their formation may be the source of most of the energy released.
Originally posted by Movescamp
reply to post by boncho
Read about Aviso's car. He explains his over unity device.
There is a member here who is very knowledgeable on electrical engineering I will ask to explain to you in simpler terms how Aviso's open source energy device works using super capacitors.
Here are some links.
Cold fusion commercially available in 10 years
Igor Goryachev, a scientist from Research Institute of Nuclear Instrumentation, Russia, said there has been considerable interest in LENR projects in his country. “Interestingly, oil tycoons have started investing in this project,” he said.
reply to post by boncho
TextThe concept of zero-point energy was developed in Germany by Albert Einstein and Otto Stern in 1913, using a formula developed by Max Planck in 1900. The term zero-point energy originates from the German Nullpunktsenergie. The German name is also spelled Nullpunktenergie (without the "s")
Originally posted by boncho
Even if your decentralized idea of energy happened, what is to stop them from causing major inflation that limits the amount of food people can buy?
cold fusion by Mike Martin
The cost of water used has not been added to the 1 cent/KWH. If they use 793 gallons per 4.5 KWH of electricity, and if water costs $2/1000 gal, then the cost for the water used per kwh is $.35/KWH. Not cheap.
Mike Martin, or anyone else: What is the cost of water/KWH???
My first estimate of the cost of water for cold fusion may be high. Assuming they produced 15kw/hr of energy with a 30% eff. factor to get electricity, 793 gal of water/hr for 15 KW/Hr of energy, and a cost of /$.61/748 gallons of water, the cost of the water/KWH of electricity comes to $.15.
The cost of the water is still expensive. 15 times as much as the $.01/KWH that the article says is the cost of electricity from this cold fusion system in Italy.