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    Re:: Who Kills Planet Earth? (Score: 1)
    by Overtone on Monday, November 27, 2006 @ 21:27:37 GMT
    (User Info | Send a Message) http://www.magneticpowerinc.com

    Ah, Chris,

    Once again venom spurts from the sad fact that you have not found a great deal of financial interest in your technology. More’s the pity. As I have said before, even your work probably deserves to be supported.

    MPI began systematically investigating ZPE inventions when the firm began in 1984, as a result of a paper that appeared in the refereed journal Physical Review B, by the late Dr. Robert Forward, then a physicist at Hughes Aircraft. The firm gave modest support to Floyd (Sparky) Sweet that year. Sparky probably succeeded in tapping ZPE, but could not reproduce his results. Apparently, he had purchased a surplus Barium Ferrite magnet which resonated, in a circuit he designed. However, the magnet he used was perhaps 1 in 100 that happened to have been manufactured with peculiar Barium isotopes, which he did not realize were the probable key to his work. I have never claimed to be an engineer. Our firm has a far-flung team with remarkable engineering skills. My optimism suggests MPI will have a few products manufactured under license before the end of next year. These are likely to include a desktop Demonstration Device as well as a 1 kW Magnetic Power Module™.

    Superconductors made of ceramic are now produced by a few firms under subsidy. When first discovered, in 1985 at IBM Zurich, the U.S. and Japan each had hundreds of scientists, with budgets estimated to total $250 million annually in each country, in an attempt to commercialize these so called “high temperature” superconductors. They still need to be cryogenically cooled to the region of -300 degrees F, instead of -425 degrees F, as is true of the older, so-called low temperature superconductors. Our polymer Ultraconductors™, which function at temperatures as high as 300 degrees F, have had $5.6 million in financial support by our subsidiary, Room Temperature Superconductors Inc. $5 million was from investors and the balance from four completed SBIR Contracts. Two with the USAF, and two with what is now called the Missile Defense Agency. One of the Air Force Contracts was a highly competitive Phase II Award. Ultraconductors have been independently reproduced and tested for the USAF by another firm. Another three years of work, at an estimated $6 million/per year budget, is needed in order to develop wire, which is by far the largest market for superconductors. That $18 million is now on the horizon, as is all the major funding likely to be required for commercialization of our energy conversion systems.

    Oh and by the way, I drive a 13 year old Ford Taurus.

    Mark



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