The World Energy Crisis: Solved by Klimov et. al. of Los Alamos National Laborat
Date: Monday, May 09, 2011 @ 23:02:26 GMT
Topic: Science

Tom Bearden writes: Gentlemen:

This is eerie, but absolutely true. Please check it out yourself.

Four years ago, Dr. Victor Klimov et al. at Los Alamos National Laboratory produced a permanent solution -- including working models -- of the world energy crisis. This work is printed now in leading physics journals of the world, and in leading nanocrystalline science journals of the world. It was validated by two great U.S. National Labs: (1) LANL and (2) NREL. So it is a scientific fact, proven forever.

The below information is attached for you to check it out technically if you wish to. But at least you should be aware of it.


Tom Bearden
LT COL, U.S. Army (Retired)
M.S. Nuclear Engineering

P.S. Several nations of the world are now frenziedly using this great nanocrystalline power breakthrough to develop superpowerful but very small self-powering ultra-laser weapons that will revolutionize warfare permanently.


Free and Practical EM Energy from the Vacuum and Its Use to Power Loads

The solution to the World Energy Crisis has been rigorously demonstrated and proven by Klimov et. al. at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and further validated by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) about four years or so ago.

It has been openly published in leading physics journals of the world, and in leading nanocrystalline science journals.

Please check this rigorous work four years or more ago by Dr. Victor Klimov et al.

Dr. Klimov and his colleagues in LANL have constructed tiny nanocrystalline solar cells which can absorb the light of a specific wave length in such a way, that one photon input to a solar cell can and will energize more than one output electron. As soon as the output electron absorbs a photon, it disappears for a very short moment into the quantum field. Being in the virtual state the electron can borrow energy from the vacuum and thereafter appears again in our reality. Now the highly excited electron (with all its excess energy taken freely from the active virtual state vacuum) can energize up to 7 output electrons. This leads to a theoretical coefficient of performance (COP) of up to 700%. A COP = 200% can be easily achieved and it has been, as have been higher values. The experiment has also been replicated successfully and validated by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden Colorado. [See Herb Brody, "Solar Power - Seriously Souped Up." New Scientist, May 27, 2006, p 45]. 

     Quoting Brody: "Make solar cells as small as a molecule; and you get more than you bargained for. Could this be the route to limitless clean power?"].

     Comment by T.E.B.: Note that the super-excited electron, after emerging from the seething virtual state vacuum immersion, actually splits into two or more energized electrons! So the output current of the solar cell process is freely amplified by excess energy taken on from the local virtual state vacuum.

Note that at about COP = 3.0, one could conceivably add clamped positive feedback of one of those output electrons back to the "dive back into the seething virtual state vacuum" input, replacing the original electron input, and the unit would be "self-powering" (powered by energy from the vacuum) while putting out the other two electrons as output.

     Or by using some of the output current in a standard photon radiation-producing process, one could have the positive feedback input changed to a radiation photon, to replace the initial solar input entirely.

     In this fashion, once "jump started" by some source of solar radiation, the resulting "solar panel" system would become totally self-powering, taking all its input and output energy directly from the seething active virtual state vacuum itself.

     Indeed, if many of these tiny nanocrystals are packed together, their output furnishes their own input photons and thus the assemblage becomes "self-powering". An assemblage about the size of your thumb is sufficient to power a large electric automobile.

     It appears that Klimov's team and its work is being used presently to develop superpowerful but exceptionally small ultra laser weapons that will revolutionize modern warfare. E.g., a powerful, self-powered Klimov laser weapon the size of a bazooka and carried by one infantryman can in principle be developed that can destroy large buildings, destroy hostile tanks and vehicles easily, destroy ships and boats and trains, shoot down hostile aircraft, and -- with a small sensor apparatus added -- detect and shoot down incoming hostile field artillery rounds.

     Such a weapon is self-powering, and so it "never runs out of bullets". No ammunition resupply is needed.

     It appears that the long-desired superpowerful laser pistol is also being developed for U.S. Internal Security civilian guard forces, also as an application of Klimov's work. Such a pistol will be able to disable or even kill a targeted human or a group of them at a mile and a half. And it will be self-powering.

     Additional references: Richard D. Schaller, Vladimir M. Agranovich and Victor I. Klimov; "High-efficiency carrier multiplication through direct photogeneration of multi-excitons via virtual single-exciton states." Nature Physics  Vol. 1, 2005, pp. 189-194.

     Richard D. Schaller, Melissa A. Petruska, and Victor I. Klimov; "Effect of electronic structure on carrier multiplication efficiency: Comparative study of PbSe and CdSe nanocrystals"; Appl. Phys. Lett. Vol. 87, 2005, 253102.

     Richard D. Schaller, Milan Sykora, Jeffrey M. Pietryga, and Victor I. Klimov, "Seven Excitons at a Cost of One: Redefining the Limits for Conversion Efficiency of Photons into Charge Carriers," Nano Lett. Vol. 6, 2006, p. 424.

     Victor I. Klimov, "Spectral and Dynamical Properties of Multiexcitons in Semiconductor Nanocrystals," Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 58, No. 1, 2007, p. 635.

     M. C. Hanna, A. J. Nozik. "Solar conversion efficiency of photovoltaic and photoelectrolysis cells with carrier multiplication absorbers," Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 100, No. 7, 2006, p. 07450.

     Sung Jin Kim, Won Jin Kim, Yudhisthira Sahoo, Alexander N. Cartwright, Paras N. Prasad, "Multiple exciton generation and electrical extraction from a PbSe quantum dot photoconductor," Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 92, No. 3, 2008, p. 031107.

     Alberto Franceschetti, Yong Zhang, "Multiexciton Absorption and Multiple Exciton Generation in CdSe Quantum Dots," Physical Review Letters, Vol. 100, No. 13, 2008, p. 136805. 

     G. Allan, C. Delerue, "Role of impact ionization in multiple exciton generation in PbSe nanocrystals," Physical Review B, Vol. 73 (20), 2006, p.


     Hsiang-Yu Chen, Michael K. F. Lo, Guanwen Yang, Harold G. Monbouquette, Yang Yang, "Nanoparticle-assisted high photoconductive gain in composites of polymer and fullerene," Nature Nanotechnology, Vol. 3 (9), 2008, p. 543.

     M.C. Beard, R.J. Ellingson, "Multiple exciton generation in semiconductor nanocrystals: Toward efficient solar energy conversion," Laser & Photonics Review, Vol. 2, No. 5, 2008, p. 377.

     Quoting: "Now Victor Klimov and colleagues at the Alamos National Laboratory have designed nanocrystals with cores and shells made from different semiconductor materials in such a way that electrons and holes are physically isolated from each other. The scientists said in such engineered nanocrystals, only one exciton per nanocrystal is required for optical amplification. That, they said, opens the door to practical use in laser applications."  ["Scientists Create New Type of Nanocrystal," PHYSORG.COM, Nanotechnology, May 24, 2007].

     Seo, Hye-won; Tu, Li-wei; Ho, Cheng-ying; Wang, Chang-kong; Lin, Yuan-ting. "Multi-Junction Solar Cell," United States Patent 20080178931, July 31, 2008. A photovoltaic device having multi-junction nanostructures deposited as a multi-layered thin film on a substrate. Preferably, the device is grown as InxGa1-xN multi-layered junctions with the gradient x, where x is any value in the range from zero to one. The nanostructures are preferably 5-500 nanometers and more preferably 10-20 nanometers in diameter. The values of x are selected so that the bandgap of each layer is varied from 0.7 eV to 3.4 eV to match as nearly as possible the solar energy spectrum of 0.4 eV-4 eV.

     J. R. Minkel, "Brighter Prospects for Cheap Lasers in Rainbow Colors," Scientific American (website), May 25, 2007.


Additional Background Information

Meanwhile, with respect to the desperately needed civilian applications to power automobiles, homes, cities, trains, ships, aircraft, etc., the U.S. Department of Energy is sitting on its hands, and totally ignoring how easily the world energy crisis can now be (indeed HAS BEEN) permanently solved, even after rigorous scientific proof has already been accomplished, and even though it has been developed and validated by LANL, validated also at NREL, and is now widely published in leading physics and nanocrystalline journals worldwide.

The bottom line is that the world energy crisis has been rigorously solved, rigorously replicated and validated, and this solution is now accepted worldwide in physics and nanocrystalline science.

Thus it has been rigorously proven for all time, and it never has to be proven again.

But eerily, it just has not been "generally noticed" yet!

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