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Author Topic: Working isothermal heat to power technology release  (Read 14391 times)

Offline Philip Hardcastle

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Re: Working isothermal heat to power technology release
« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2011, 11:09:07 AM »
uAs are not small units, if I had said fA like Fu or Germano then you would be right, but uA and mVs are hefty units when you establish a milliK of temp differential to the outside of the valve, which then heats the Anode whcih then heats the Cathode. By logic the Cathode cannot be hotter than the Anode QED at the very least it requires experts like you to do the test with your own instruments, otherwise you are just here to be the devil's advocate.

All I am saying is that at this point in time I have this, and that I predicted it, and tested it, and found it. Then I did it again, and again, at different temps and with null devices to prove no tc or seebeck effect.

You can go on all you want about occams, the fact is my explanation is coherent and simple, the very thing that satisfies the occam, status quo and naysaying does not.

If you want to prove me wrong go get a few instruments from your lab and try it.

Or wait until June when I am presenting a paper (by invitation) and high output device at the AAAS symposium in San Diego on 2nd Law challenges.

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Offline exnihiloest

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Re: Working isothermal heat to power technology release
« Reply #16 on: February 18, 2011, 10:51:39 AM »
uAs are not small units
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They are. Shortwave transmitters transmitting hundreds of kw and located at 1000 or 2000 km from my location are able to induced more current than that, in the cords of my multimeter.



Offline Philip Hardcastle

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Re: Working isothermal heat to power technology release
« Reply #17 on: February 18, 2011, 11:51:00 AM »
Yea and they must be frying your brain.

Look when the G3 floats there is no output, when it is connected there is, what does that have to do with you EM proposition?

You come here and make statements about Fu and Germano who you do not know, whereas I do, and then say that my results are in the same league. To start with if you have Fu's video you will see his meter set at 1E-14 range, now that is weak, nevertheless I have discussed Fu with the Chief scientist of Australia for I believe Fu did do something first. Sadly his idea of curling electrons has a simple flaw that he is not prepared to correct.

As to Germano he proposes femptoamp current from a room size device (not built).

I can get any uAs of current and an open circuit voltage of 850mV. Further the plot of output and temperature show a relationship from 25pA at 200C to 3.1uA at 550C, when G3 is shorted to the Anode and +-2pA when G3 is not connected irrespective of the temperature.

Now if you cannot comprehend that data as shooting down your EM idea then we have nothing to talk about.

BTW you wouldn't by any chance be Al from moletrap would you?

Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Working isothermal heat to power technology release
« Reply #18 on: February 19, 2011, 06:00:43 AM »
You've got to be kidding. Alsetalokin (the real one, not the fraud from Italy) wouldn't be caught dead posting on this site.


Offline Philip Hardcastle

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Re: Working isothermal heat to power technology release
« Reply #19 on: February 19, 2011, 06:25:15 AM »
Well that is interesting because he admits to reading the posts here, if we are talking about the same person, the one I am referring to is a bad tempered, foul mouthed, drunken, arrogant, pompous know it all, knows in fact nothing guy (or he could be a girl pretending to have balls).

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Re: Working isothermal heat to power technology release
« Reply #19 on: February 19, 2011, 06:25:15 AM »
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Offline exnihiloest

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Re: Working isothermal heat to power technology release
« Reply #20 on: February 19, 2011, 02:05:13 PM »
Yea and they must be frying your brain.

Look when the G3 floats there is no output, when it is connected there is, what does that have to do with you EM proposition?

You come here and make statements about Fu and Germano who you do not know, whereas I do, and then say that my results are in the same league. To start with if you have Fu's video you will see his meter set at 1E-14 range, now that is weak, nevertheless I have discussed Fu with the Chief scientist of Australia for I believe Fu did do something first. Sadly his idea of curling electrons has a simple flaw that he is not prepared to correct.

As to Germano he proposes femptoamp current from a room size device (not built).

I can get any uAs of current and an open circuit voltage of 850mV. Further the plot of output and temperature show a relationship from 25pA at 200C to 3.1uA at 550C, when G3 is shorted to the Anode and +-2pA when G3 is not connected irrespective of the temperature.

Now if you cannot comprehend that data as shooting down your EM idea then we have nothing to talk about.

BTW you wouldn't by any chance be Al from moletrap would you?

As said before, your data are much too weak to dismiss conventional phenomena.
To prove that current comes from the environment, you must close your system and show that its temperature decreases when it provides electrical energy. An increase of temperature that increases the current doesn't prove any thing!




 

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