Hans Coler His remarkable inventions
Date: Saturday, March 29, 2008 @ 17:14:43 GMT
Topic: Devices

Overtone writes: Hans Coler – His remarkable inventions open a path to generating electricity without fossil fuels or nuclear power

Magnetic Power Inc., (MPI), is developing technology that extracts energy from the active quantum vacuum. This subject is generally regarded as akin to perpetual motion and is usually ignored by the scientific community. This is a brief explanation of why it should be taken seriously.

Many eminent scientists since the time of Dirac have proffered the view that the vacuum is an enormous source of energy, not only in the form of classical photons but also and more importantly as virtual photons. Thus, extracting some of this energy (and seemingly gaining energy from "nowhere") does not violate thermodynamic principles.

Secondly, advances in materials science and in the relatively new field of spintronics have produced insights into doing things at the quantum level previously deemed impossible, like pumping heat "uphill" (i.e. against the thermal gradient).

Thirdly, there is a large body of evidence that many devices have been built which do extract quantum energy. While much of this evidence is anecdotal, there are sufficient reputable claims to make widespread investigation worthwhile.

Perhaps a clear path to validation is most readily available by reproducing either of the solid-state generators demonstrated by German inventor Hans Coler. A British Intelligence report dates from shortly after WWII, refers to Coler’s developments in Germany going back to 1926 (B.I.O.S. Final Report No. 1043, "The invention of Hans Coler relating to an alleged new source of power"). A copy of the 34 pages declassified in 1978 is linked to the Chronology on this website.

There was independent examination of the first Coler device by two teams of Professors from the University of Berlin in 1926. Professor W.O. Schumann, discoverer of the Schumann resonance of the earth, was one of those who examined that first device, known as the Magnetstromapparat (Magnet Current Apparatus). The teams verified the excess energy.

Dr. Schumann noted that the generator exhibited “no fault, hoax, or fraud on the part of its inventor”. At that time no explanation could be given for the energy produced by the device, which contained no batteries, etc. The academics, fearing for their reputation, did not wish to be associated with it in public.

A Magnetstromapparat is reliably reported to have run for three months in a locked location at the Norwegian Embassy in Berlin. A working duplicate of the original device was apparently successfully shown in Berlin in 1933. Coler was clear that there was no reduction in the strength of the magnets resulting from their use in the generator, which was free standing, having no battery or other connection to any source of power.

Werner Heisenberg, a Nobel Prize winning physicist, stated in 1927 that: “I believe it is possible to utilize magnetism as an energy source.” Perhaps, this statement reflected knowledge of the Coler invention, which had been publicly demonstrated the previous year.

In 1937, Coler revealed a 6 kW generator. He claimed it powered his house and laboratory for three years. In 1943, this led to support by the German Navy. A highly secret Nazi effort apparently had the goal of using his invention to recharge submarine batteries, without the need for the sub to surface.

Ironically, it was a similar desire on the part of the U.S. Navy that led to the postwar development of nuclear powered submarines – a far more complex and expensive technological solution with numerous dangerous overtones. An Argonne National Laboratory news release was headed: “Lab’s early submarine reactor program paved the way for modern nuclear power plants.”

An intensive effort to follow up the British Report, that concluded the Coler work was real, might have prevented the launching of the nuclear power industry with its inevitable link to nuclear weapons programs disguised as power plant development. The current examples are, of course, Iran and North Korea.

Certainly, Coler himself had views that are scientifically untenable. Today however, some 80 years later, our knowledge allows us to understand why the devices worked, and why the inventor held those views, which is a good starting point for creating a replication.

MPI was contacted by a scientist at one of the National Laboratories who had unofficially undertaken to reproduce one of the Coler generators. Similar efforts have been made at the Imperial College of the University of London and elsewhere. Should a replication prove successful, the door is open for a quantum shift in mainstream scientific dogma, which today does not recognize that such a device is possible.

An engineer/scientist member of the MPI team, who has been active in this field for more than a decade, has explored the Coler work. His analysis suggests how, and why, the Coler devices demonstrated that energy can be extracted from magnetically active electrons in ferromagnetic material.

National Labs and universities have facilities infinitely greater than we can muster as a small company. A successful reproduction of either of the Coler generators seems worthy of widespread efforts. Therefore, MPI has released copies of our own analysis of the Coler work to scientists and engineers employed by National Laboratories or universities.
In the interest of our planet’s future, now is the time for the Coler work to be rediscovered.

Here is a photograph of an attempted replication of the Magnetstromapparat in Germany.

The attempt was not successful. The builder suggested this was due to the lack of detailed information currently available.

This effort is described, in German, at: http://www.hcrs.at/COLER.HTM

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