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S. Korean manufacturing company signs license with Brillouin (LENR technology)(cold fusion)
01-02-2014, 09:53 PM #1
Wayne5 Member
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After a year of due diligence, a firm in S. Korea has signed a license with Brillouin, according to Bob George, CEO. They hope to roll out manufacturing plans by the end of 2014 as well as retrofitting a stranded asset power plant with their clean, easily-affordable, "cold fusion" boiler technology.

I had a brief phone interview December 29 with Robert (Bob) W. George II, CEO of Brillouin Energy Corporation of Berkeley, California, who is one of the leading players in the LENR sector, colloquially referred to as "cold fusion".

As we have been informed previously, they have a system under test at SRI International (Stanford Research Institute), which testing is being spearheaded by Dr. Michael McKubre, one of the most well-respected scientists in the sector. The HHT (hydrogen hot tube) being tested there is capable of producing high heat in the range of 600ºC, which is ample for electricity generating scenarios.

But the development that Bob said is "the most significant event" they've had, and which I could be the first to announce, is that just before Christmas, they signed a multi-million dollar licensing contract with a firm in South Korea, with $750,000 up front, half of which has already been wired, the other half of which is due within 90 days.

http://pesn.com/2013/12/30/9602416_S-Kor...echnology/

Graphics at the link.
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01-02-2014, 11:40 PM #2
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
Hi Wayne5,

Interesting,,,I don't get it,,,read the link,,,what does it use for fuel???,,,

cold fusion,,,thought that hasn't happened yet,,,

did I miss something???,,,anyway,,,guess it is better

than,,,the dangerous,,,if it works,,,and guess it must,,,

if the S.Korea is buying it...

(:X
01-03-2014, 12:14 AM #3
Wayne5 Member
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This is long but if you have the time it good and understandable. The short answer is "cold fusion is real" as for using it for commercial applications we will see.

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01-03-2014, 12:15 AM #4
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
My bad,,,didn't click on the graphic,,,

hmmmm,,,ok,,,so that works???,,,

the energy when it reduces is greater than

the energy used to combine it???...

(:X
01-03-2014, 12:30 AM #5
Wayne5 Member
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These systems run on electricity. You put electricity in. You know the maximum amount of heat that should be generated.You get a lot more heat out. The Navel Laboratory says they have found evidence that a nuclear process is at work. The Navy is doing research on this because they think its real.

I'm just waiting to see someone put out a commercial unit. If its real eventually there will be one.

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01-03-2014, 01:58 AM #6
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
Yeah,,,electomagnetic pulses h1 h2 h3 h4,,,

and then breaks down to h1,,,so energy to fuse,,,

so to speak has to be less than energy released,,,

now not fusion as that would be nucleus,,,hydrogen,,,

then helium,,,etc.,,,then break that,,,now that does get

exciting,,,you are right,,,guess we will see...

(:X
01-03-2014, 04:22 AM #7
Wayne5 Member
Posts:660 Threads:61 Joined:Nov 2013
(01-03-2014, 01:58 AM)Softy Wrote:  Yeah,,,electomagnetic pulses h1 h2 h3 h4,,,

and then breaks down to h1,,,so energy to fuse,,,

so to speak has to be less than energy released,,,

now not fusion as that would be nucleus,,,hydrogen,,,

then helium,,,etc.,,,then break that,,,now that does get

exciting,,,you are right,,,guess we will see...

(:X

13.gif You wouldn't be a physicist or something would ya Softy?
01-03-2014, 05:40 AM #8
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
Might be something,,,

don't remember,,,haven't looked in awhile,,,

actually,,,kinda afraid to,,,

but yeah,,,know some stuff,,,

skeptical on the energy deal,,,

just cause of so many over the years,,,

and nothing panned out,,,maybe this time,,,

google this,,,and has interest,,,Nasa and whoever,,,

Naval Research Lab,,,remember the University of Utah deal,,,

cold fusion,,,they kept it secret,,,worth billions,,,

later on they found out it didn't worth,,,neutron detectors,,,

tough one that,,,detecting neutrons,,,they produced an endothermic reation,,,

from the chemicals,,,which made the neutron detectors calibration show neutrons,,,

when there were no neutrons,,,guy in charge of a lot of that,,,is also

the one harping the nanothermite on the 911...

(:X
01-03-2014, 05:42 AM #9
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
Briggam Young University,,,

or however you spell that...

(:X
01-03-2014, 05:53 AM #10
Wayne5 Member
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As best I can see it was what I call "perfect trouble". The Utah guys didn't understand the roll played by the impurities in the palladium. The conspiracy community thought the rest of the scientific community was bought off by big energy companies. Same thing happened to me once.

I worked on a double density disk project once. I tested the prototype on hundreds of disks
worked fine, two months after we started shipping production units Verbatim recalled all the disks. They said the disks were the hottest disks they had ever made but the oxide fell off after some ware. Then the trouble reports started coming in. It was a trial by fire. I got through it.

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01-03-2014, 06:03 AM #11
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
Interesting,,,it is hard making all the details come together

perfectly,,,when so much can go wrong,,,and this is bonding

hydrogen together and then the bonds probably break on their

own,,,cause it doesn't want to be H4 in the natural state,,,

and the sell is that makes a lot of heat,,,and you can produce

more electricity then you consume to do the pulses...

(:X
01-03-2014, 06:14 AM #12
Wayne5 Member
Posts:660 Threads:61 Joined:Nov 2013
What do you think about the "zero point" guys, you know, energy from the vacume, bla bla
bla. I'll have to post more science.

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01-03-2014, 07:31 AM #13
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
(01-03-2014, 06:14 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  What do you think about the "zero point" guys, you know, energy from the vacume, bla bla
bla. I'll have to post more science.

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well,,,actually there is a lot of energy in nothing,,,

getting it out presents a problem,,,the zero point,,,no,,,

saw one fad,,,energy is too low,,,but basically receiving and rectifying

the RF energy around us,,,now there is a lot of RF around,,,

as you are aware,,,and with a big enough antenna,,,like Tesla scale,,,

you might get enough to light a LED...

(:X
01-03-2014, 07:32 AM #14
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
iirc,,,there are like 10 to the 38 ergs of power in a

cubic meter of nothing...

(:X
01-03-2014, 07:38 AM #15
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
I am not a Physicist,,,but it is my understanding that the

Universe was caused by a break in the symmetry of nothing...

(:X



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