|Subject: RE: free energy - MEG
/ how to get it going on global scale
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 15:37:29 -0500
it's a struggle but not hopeless.
E.g., our first MEG patent is going to be issued, complete with
all claims. We have a
second patent application submitted already, and are working on a
we have at present is a successful laboratory experiment.
It is not ready for production, but will require about a year
of additional research before it starts rolling off the assembly lines
and onto the world market -- in a friendly foreign country.
The research to complete it is being furnished, under our joint
agreement, by the National Materials Science Laboratory of the
National Academy of Sciences of that nation. This
is a major laboratory the equal of any such in the West.
the issuing of our patent, we expect then to be able to get funding in
this country to set up a laboratory facility here, with a production
facility also. Again, we
are looking at a year prior to those production units rolling off the
works rather like the amorphous semiconductor.
Ovshinsky was viciously assaulted, condemned, slandered, etc.
by the U.S. scientific community.
"Everybody knew" that a semiconductor had to be made
of a doped crystalline material.
Finally Ovshinsky obtained Japanese funding, developed his
semiconductor, and put it into Xerox machines where it outperformed
the normal semiconductors, and worked very well.
The U.S. scientific community awoke to find thousands of those
"against the laws of physics and nature" semiconductors
working very well, thank you! So
young grad students started doing their doctoral theses in the area,
etc. Very quietly,
amorphous semiconductors were accepted and became part of the U.S.
scientific ansatz. You
may visit Ovshinsky's website, to see that he and his company are
still doing well.
due to the shortsightedness of the U.S. scientific community, a
Japanese company has profited very well indeed from their investment
in Ovshinsky's amorphous semiconductor, and they continue to profit
history of science is replete with such incidents, and often the
greatest barrier to new developments in science is the entrenched
scientific community. Another
incident that comes readily to mind was the development of
ultrawideband radar; similar story as above.
Cold fusion is the same; the scientific community and its
"defenders of the faith" are now ignoring at least 600
successful transmutation experiments at low spatial energy, in many
laboratories and in several nations of the world, by solid scientists.
Just because cold fusion is not in the normal particle physics
lexicon does not mean it is fiction; the experiments certify that it
is real. If our own
scientific community were practicing scientific method, it would now
pour research funding into cold fusion, to explore the phenomenology
and understand and model it. Then
would come engineering.
have previously proposed a novel mechanism that does explain (1) the
major transmutations occurring (e.g., the production of deuterium,
tritium, and alpha particles), and (2) the instrumental anomalies
occurring in rigorous electrolyte experiments at China Lake.
Few have taken the proposed mechanism seriously.
the photon is comprised of two components: (1) a spatial energy
component, and (2) a time component. Time
is actually spatial EM energy compressed by the factor c-squared,
hence it has essentially the same energy density as mass.
Since the spatial energy and time-as-energy components of the
photon are canonical, then when one lowers the spatial energy
component, one correspondingly increases the time-energy component.
To put the time component in spatial energy units, the increase
in time-energy must be multiplied by c-squared.
So halving the photon's spatial energy component (halving its
frequency) multiplies the spatial energy in the time area by 1.8 x
short, the highest energy physics, given that we transduce time energy
into spatial energy, is in the lowest frequency photons, being far
higher energy physics than the present so-called "high
it is little wonder that nuclear transmutations etc. are fairly
readily accomplished at low spatial energy, since that involves the
highest energy physics of all.
we very strongly expect to succeed with the MEG.
The issuance of the first patent will be of enormous help in
obtaining the necessary funding for U.S. operations.
maybe even a salary for yours truly after 30 years hard work in this
Tue, 16 Oct 2001 11:12:57 +0200