Yesterday, shortly after posting the 2010 review article that predicts that 2011 will be the year that several exotic free energy technologies will make it to market, I found out about a development that appears to have great promise.
A company in Florida apparently has two different types of megawatt level free energy devices for sale at a price that competes with the cheapest utility power – without subsidies – while having the added advantage of being green: consuming no fossil fuels and emitting no pollutants or waste. They claim to have prototypes that can be viewed by qualified parties under non-disclosure agreement.
They are not ready for mainstream press coverage yet, and they were going to have me wait until they get a third plant installed before giving this any coverage, but I talked them into giving some limited information for now. I'm continually being contacted by people who are looking for free energy technologies that are ready to go now.
Hydroxy a Snap
I found out about this company in the process of doing some fact checking for the 2010 review story. Russell Vaughan phoned me, and after giving me info along the lines I was seeking, he went on to tell me about this new technology he is involved with, based on the work of a team of around 30 scientists and engineers.
Russell has been heavily involved in hydroxy research, finding ways to efficiently produce HHO gas from water. Having worked closely with Bob Boyce, he said that one of the attributes researchers in that field seek is to get the proper resonance to split off the hydrogen in a stable apparatus. When he presented that case to one of those engineers, he said that within a few minutes he had figured out a way to do it.
"It is so simple!" Russell said. The spacing between the plates of the electrolysis cell needs to be real close; the chamber can't leak; the water has to be very clean with little electrolyte and no caustic substances.
They will be presenting that technology as well.
But first, the megawatt generators are being rolled out.
Russell sent me a copy of three documents about the company and its technology, including an executive summary. With their permission, I'm sharing a portion of that information here.
Both are said to be able to produce power continuously, 24/7, and nearly 365 days a year, with minimal down time for servicing. Most significantly, they require no fuel whatsoever and produce no waste but are self-contained, harvesting energy freely from the environment using advanced scientific principles.
Superconductor Impulse Engine
One of the generator technologies uses a "superconductor engine" with a specific frequency. They use only a "small amount of current to amplify superconductor fields through the induction of frequencies", enabling a small amount of electricity to turn gigantic generators. This process is also called "electromagnetic core fusion".
Here's a low-resolution view of a blueprint of their 1 MW system:
The superconductor engine prototype that qualified parties can see now purportedly produces 15 kW while consuming 50 Watts.
It is not temperature or atmospheric pressure sensitive, so it could purportedly operate in any climate or elevation in the world.
A purposely distorted image of a smaller version of the vortex power plant. This 25 kW prototype generator allegedly consumes 4 kW.
The 1 MW vortex system would use a very small amount of energy (3 HP DC motor) to levitate 10,000 gallons of water (weighing around 80,000 pounds), turning it in a vortex at 90 RPM (plus) like a mini hurricane, which is then harnessed for power output, turning the dynamo at 600 RPM. A small amount of current provides "a positive charge to the moleculars creating a vortex of super fluid that levitates with vibratory harmonic frequencies. The frictionless mass is capable of generating enormous inertia…"
The company says it can be deployed underground or up to altitudes as high as 10,000 feet. Minerals are added to the water causing it to become a superfluid, so that it does not freeze until about minus 17 to 20 degrees Celsius.
Russell said an earlier prototype ran continuously for two years in Belize until the structure it was in burned down.
Here is a video they let me post of a 1,000-gallon prototype that purportedly produces 25 kilowatts (up to 50 kW surge) while consuming only 4 kW. It is not utilizing the optimal equipment. With the proper power conversion device, it would allegedly take less than a watt to run this.
They are confident that scaling to the Megawatt size will not be an issue.
Attributes of Both Technologies
Both technologies are said to be load-following with intelligent processor computer controls that adjust the needed frequency to maintain the required speed and torque of the dynamo.
Being proportional to size, the unit's power output can be scaled to produce over 10,000 horsepower and thousands of pounds of torque.
The commercial 1 MW units are compact, self-contained and portable.
Both technologies are said to have the following safety attributes:
• No exposure of high voltage surfaces
• Weather proof, water resistant design
• Minimum radio, Tesla & electromagnetic interference
• All control wiring is grounded, watertight seal, DC Volts for operation
• Protection against over-current, over-voltage and over-heating
• Double electric insulated motor, with auto lubrication
• Zero motor back-EMF when excitation is removed
• Interlocks prevent accidental operation, with electric clutch brake
• Computer turns off units automatically upon vibration or malfunction
• Built-in artificial intelligence for auto diagnostic
• Touch screen monitor with 3-D and color viewing
Their company literature says they are ready and able to take orders and deliver industrial sized power plants. Construction and deployment of a 1 MW vortex power plant unit can be completed in 6 months or less at a cost of $5.5 million UST per MW with a 3-year warranty, plus installation and freight. Construction and deployment of a 1 MW superconductor impulse engine is estimated to be able to be completed in 12 months or less at a cost of $10 million UST per MW with a 10-year warranty, plus installation and freight.
While initial warranties are limited, extended warranty and service contracts are offered, but due the low RPMs and few moving parts the machines designed to last many years if key components are properly maintained.
Company V "has generated significant interest from multiple countries, corporations, and individuals interested in investing, purchasing, partnering or licensing the technology and is exploring those options aggressively."
They are "currently identifying a limited group of large electrical consumers (400 kw up to multiples of MW) to roll out pilot units for further protocol development on the new technologies." "Any companies interested in participating in this opportunity will enjoy a fixed rate for up to 25 years with no upfront cost."
Vaughan invited me to come and witness the technologies for myself, something I would love to do.
He calls these dynamos the "most radical innovations of the 21st century that have the potential to make all other clean energy systems obsolete."
He said that while being "overunity", these systems don't violate the second law of thermodynamics, which deals with explosions and heat. The two technologies mentioned above deal with quantum mechanic physics, and involve quantum entanglement.
Friends in High Places
Russell said they are not worried about being shut down. One of the entities they are working with on yet another technology is the U.S. Department of Defense.
He also said interest coming "from governments and other parties desperate for real solution with clean reliable energy without the massive infrastructure."
The company actually has a wide range of technologies that they have developed or are in process of developing, covering the fields of agriculture, medicine, nano particles, and biotechnology.
The superconductor generator technology mentioned above is said to have healing effects as well. One of the associates working on the device had a problem with his hearing that went away after spending time around the machine.
They also have a much smaller free energy device but will probably be confining it to military applications given its high cost. But once mass produced, it could become plausible for portable and stationary power applications from like home power .
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