|Wladimir Guglinski writes: So, I supposed that Rossi was not
interested to test my idea. That’s why I
decided to propose to Rosemary Ainslie to test the
flyback in her
electronic circuit published in Rossi’s blog JNP.
I posted in Rossi’s blog the following
June 9th, 2012 at 10:03 AM
Dear Rosemary Ainslie
Perhaps overunity is consequence of
interactions of electricity with gravitons of the aether.
The lifter is an assymetric
Nobody knows why the lifter
A portion of its levitation is due to ionization of the air. However
calculations have shown that ionization itself cannot make the lifter levitate.
It’s possible the other portion of the thrust is due to antigravity.
In the vacuum the lifter does not
levitate. However the experiments showed that there is a thrust on the lifter
in the vacuum experiments, and so it’s possible it is caused by antigravity:
The assymetric capacitor is
supplied by a 20-30kV flyback.
The circuit for the flyback you may
If overunity is indeed caused by
interaction between electric currents and gravity, then I think it would be of
interest to try to incorporate the influence of the flyback in the overunity
I suggest you to try it in your
experiments, in order to verify if the flyback is able to increase the
generation of excess energy.
Please look at the circuit, so that
to verify if it is possible to make it:
Perhaps the transistors used by you
cannot support 20-30kV ( in spite of a current induced by the flyback will not
cross them ). Then we would have to think about a solution for such problem.
In my oppinion, the influence of
the assymetric capacitor on overynity experiments (as cold fusion) would have
to be tested.
Unfortunatelly, as in general the
cold fusion researchers do not believe that cold fusion may have connection
with gravity, they have no interest to try to incorporate the assymmetric
capacitor in their experiments.
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30 June 2012 Hank Mills published in Peswiki about the Rossi’s New Solid State
first introduced to the world, Andrea Rossi's E-Cat required a flow of water to
remain stable, even at low temperatures. Now, he has developed a new
"solid state" high temperature model that is stable at temperatures
even higher than 600C -- with no cooling needed!
The units have been
operating for around two months now and will continue operating for a few more
Is it a coincidence?
developing his e-Cat along years. In
January 2011 Rossi and Focrdy had announced to the world
that they have a cold fusion device capable of producing more than 10 kilowatts
of heat power, while only consuming a fraction of that.
Along all those
years of the development of the e-Cat, they never succeed to get a temperature
higger than 600C.
But in 30 June
2012, 40 days after my suggestion to Rossi for using the flyback in his old
version of the e-Cat, it is announced that he developed a new version of the
e-Cat, which gets about 1200C.
The old e-Cat
used watter as cooler, and it seems this is the reason why the temperature did
not surpass 600C.
600C was the limit ?
By using the old
e-Cat, higger temperatures could be obtained, as for instance 700C, 800C,
1000C, etc., simply by reducing the flux of water, because the melting
temperature of the niquel is 1453C.
It seems that
the old e-Cat did not succeed to get sustenance because the quantity of H-Ni
reactions by unit of time were not enough.
seems that 600C was a limit in the old e-Cat NOT because of the water flux, but
because there was a limit in the rate of heat energy produced by unit of
time. And the new Solid State e-Cat gets
a superior rate, thanks to some improvement introduced in the reactor, which
gets more H-Ni cold fusion reactions by unit of time inside the new e-Cat.
And the questions are:
- Beyond the
elimination of the water flux within the old e-Cat, what sort of improvement
did Rossi introduce in the new SS e-Cat ?
- Did he use the
flyback in the new Solid State e-Cat ?