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Future Power Stations Based on ES and LENR

February 21, 2017

The circuit needed to build a power station using energy from spacetime (ES), the patented Osamu Ide circuit, is already available (UFT311), it has been explained exactly by ECE theory (UFT311) and replicated exactly (UFT364) with independent testing apparatus. The ES power stations and power plants of all kinds, would be by far the best answer for energy needs, because they contain no moving parts, are entirely free of any kind of pollution, and easy and cheap to manufacture. They could serve as power plants on ships, heavy vehicles and cars. They would put fossil burning cabals out of business, and coal and gas and so on could be conserved for the manufacture of clothes, medicine and so on. LENR (low energy nuclear reaction) is explained qualitatively in UFT226 ff. and is another proven technology. Combined with hydroelectricity, these would solve all the energy problems of humankind very easily. Wind turbines are a total disaster which humankind cannot afford.”

… please turn the lights off. But before that, Ron, perhaps you can explain how a granted patent, which makes no claim to producing more output-energy than input-energy, can be the basis of a power-station. Secondly, is it a good idea to put one’s trust in the energy-producing ideas of someone (yes Rossi) who has already served jail-time for a previous energy-related fraud and has made over 50 appearances in court? And what was that great hydroelectric scheme of yours? Oh yes, it was to put turbines in Dutch dikes and thus allow the North Sea to flood the Netherlands. Don’t you know that reclaiming that land from the sea was one of the world’s greatest engineering triumphs?  Meanwhile, Siemens Stain’s real boss has published a report showing that wind-power will be the major source of energy in a relatively short time. Sane observers might call that a conflict of interests.



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