New Paper by Black Light Power vs Professor Moddel
Date: Saturday, April 17, 2010 @ 18:50:20 GMT
Topic: Science


A March makeover on the Black Light website includes A new paper “Thermally Reversible Hydrino Catalyst system as a new Power Source” http://blacklightpower.com/papers/EngPower032610S.pdf which reinforces my conviction that both the Mills and Haisch – Moddel theories are very close to the truth but by refusing to incorporate components of each other’s theory are both still wrong. Mills new paper focuses on the difference between energy released in the hydrino state and the much lower energy required to convert the hydrides formed in the catalyst back to their initial form allowing the catalyst to work properly once again. Dr Mills was the one that inspired me to consider ashless chemistry but I appear to have taken it a step further by borrowing components of the Haisch Moddel theory involving Casimir effect and taping energy from ZPE.


I think Mills is actually focused on “dissolving” a destructive by product that is “shorting” out the Casimir effect by forming whiskers across the cavities – the same problem the government is currently funding to prevent stiction in their latest nano endeavors. The ashless chemistry Mills should be focused on is powered by quantum forces that are antithetical to his GUT. These quantum forces are changes in Casimir effect that occur most dynamically with abrupt changes in geometry at the smallest scales like the pores in a skeletal catalyst or the Haish Moddel prototype (essentially a synthetic super catalyst). It is the these sudden changes in catalytic action that try to reform orbitals to new fractional values that disassociates molecular hydrogen reversing it back to atomic hydrogen numerous times before the thermal runaway caused the hydride reactions Mills is focused on in his paper.

Haisch and Moddel make the same mistake in reverse, refusing to acknowledge that Mills is correct about the need for a chemical reaction to rectify the energy from the quantum effect. They agree that the hydrogen must first  be disassociated to enter the cavity but then unbelievably think the f/h will Release energy as it transitions to smaller fractional states on the way into the cavity but be replenished globally by ZPE on the way out.  A paper by Professor Moddel published in October 09 Assessment of proposed electromagnetic quantum vacuum energy extraction methods very clearly defines the “Casimir Lamb shift”.It posits that a single atom can release energy locally to the cavity but then be restored globally by ZPE when it exits the cavity. It does not rely on any collisions or chemistry to occur while inside the cavity, it is a totally quantum effect.

Maybe it is 25 years of Power R&D talking but you need a rectifier – a knot- a waveform will transition symmetrically into and out of the same conditions unless you MAKE the path asymmetrical. The h2 molecule does this naturally, We know you have to force it through a membrane or heat it to disassociate it to get it to load into a lattice or even penetrate significantly into the confines of a Casimir cavity. My thought is this molecular bond is our rectifier and it not only resists the initial change to a fractional orbit but if it forms a fractional molecule while in a fractional state inside the cavity it will also resist change to a different fractional value while moving around inside the cavity. IMHO that is the asymmetrical path that Causes ashless chemistry –You still have gas law (think ac component riding atop Casimir bias) based on uncertainty principle driving those gas molecules around inside the cavity and when opposed by abrupt change in Casimir effect will disassociate so the atoms can change to the new appropriate fractional orbit appropriate for the new local geometry. That sets the stage for a repetive oscillation between fractional h2 and fractional h1 in the narrow band of space between the plates where change in Casimir effect and gas law combine to oppose hydrogens from remaining in the prefered diatomic state.

Regards

Fran






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