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So if the inventor were to mysteriously die, the secret catalysts would be unknown?
The 'energy catalyzer' is loaded with nickel powder and a number of secret catalysts and is pressurized with hydrogen gas. Excess heat is possibly produced via an unknown nuclear reaction, involving nickel and hydrogen.
Originally posted by SavedOne
Well it sounds interesting, but I'm a little disturbed by the description that they're pumping water in and it's being given off as steam. Is it for cooling purposes or is it part of the reaction? Does it need to be potable water? If the unit can use saltwater then that should be fine, but if it requires potable water then it may not be a viable energy source considering the extreme shortage of potable water in much of the world. Africa has been slammed, and it's even here in Texas, I just got notice yesterday that we're going to stage 3 water rationing which means we can now only water our yards twice a month and planting new landscaping is strictly forbidden (not that it matters, no one is stupid enough to plant anything new during this extreme drought and these record-setting high temperatures we've been suffering though)
“We had a preliminary agreement with a very important party in the U.S., but when we received the final draft, it included conditions that our lawyers said that we should not accept”, Rossi told Ny Teknik.
Originally posted by Leahn
1) It is part of the reaction. Nuclear plants work the same way. It produces steam, and steam is used to move the dynamos that produce electricity.
Originally posted by Leahn
4) Shortage of potable water in the world is due to waste and pollution. Fix those problems and you fix the consequences. Yes, I consider "watering your yard" to be a waste. Use grey water for it instead.
Originally posted by chrissiel123
I find it hard to say there is a "water shortage". I think it is relevant. Come over my way, where we have gotten more of it than we can handle. The whole water shortage is mosnomered. It is simply that the water is migrating. The environment and climate are slowly but constantly changing, and so the water moves too. Water in a closed system like the earth is always here , just the location changes. I know the MSM claims differently, just giving my theory on it here. I think texas will dry up for a few hundred year, then the pendulum will swing back and they will be fertile and lush again.
and to boncho, look up ad hominem argument and see if that applies to your response.
...what would it take for you to be convinced?
Nyteknik is part of the MSM here in sweden, they don´t post hoax articles
The Schön scandal concerns German physicist Jan Hendrik Schön (born 1970 in Verden) who briefly rose to prominence after a series of apparent breakthroughs with semiconductors that were later discovered to be fraudulent.
all the work on such a "hoax" that just doesn´t make sense to me.
..obviously he have built it himself already, and is sticking to his guns even though he has alot of setbacks and doubters on his heels.
Surely he must be a madman then, to invite scientists and doctors to attend tests on such a elaborate contraption....
Originally posted by NeoVain
reply to post by Rukas
Ehm whats up with all the "it uses water" bull#? It doesn´t use more water than a car, also this water is not consumed, just transformed into steam and back, to make motion to drive a generator. That is hardly an issue in any way, shape or form. Why aren´t you guys bashing all the car owners that use water in their cars cooling system which is needed for it not to overheat?