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Author Topic: Claim: Free Energy - 1000 Times Overunity  (Read 21774 times)

Offline nightlife

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Re: Claim: Free Energy - 1000 Times Overunity
« Reply #15 on: April 24, 2011, 08:02:46 PM »
 OK, so in a sense, we are introducing a HHO flame to a resistance creating a higher temperature then the flame it'self. By doing so, we are creating atomic hydrogen that immediately turns into water when air is present.
 This reminds me of a video I seen a while back where a guy was cutting metal using HHO. As he was cutting, water was dripping off but no water was being added to account for the water dripping off. That means that we should be able to regulate the HHO pressurized flame to keep it from becoming to hot to melt the resistance but still be hotter then the flame it's self so it can fuse with air to create the water it started out as. Or, we should be able to keep the resistance cool enough to keep it from melting and or a combination of both.
 Unless the fusing is what was creating the heat that melted the resistance and if so, resistance will have to be continuously added.

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Re: Claim: Free Energy - 1000 Times Overunity
« Reply #15 on: April 24, 2011, 08:02:46 PM »

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Re: Claim: Free Energy - 1000 Times Overunity
« Reply #16 on: April 24, 2011, 08:39:19 PM »
NOTICE THIS LAST LINK, OF MY TOPIC POST, HAS A ATOMIC HYDROGEN PROCESS AND SYSTEM DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATED IN CHAPTER VI:

ETHER PHYSICS
Chapter VI: FREE ENERGY MASSACRE:
The Atomic Hydrogen Process
©1996, WM. R LYNE
https://www.dmt-nexus.com/doc/Ether%20Physics.pdf

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Re: Claim: Free Energy - 1000 Times Overunity
« Reply #17 on: April 24, 2011, 08:53:50 PM »
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It has always been profoundly obvious to me that we could somehow take advantage of this HHO "flame anomoly" ,I mean How the Heck do we get from 400 degrees in ambient to 5000 degrees on Tungsten without turning up the gas??
Many thanks for sharing this,
I tried to go on your Link and It slows my computer down to a stand still
[very old comp]
Can you provide a link to the author Directly or Pm/post  me the E mail
Thanks
Chet

I provided more Author information about the Source document, ETHER PHYSICS (PDF), found at the bottom of the Topic Article. The document was Copyrighted in 1996.

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Re: Claim: Free Energy - 1000 Times Overunity
« Reply #18 on: April 24, 2011, 08:58:41 PM »
From the PDF.
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"Atomic-hydrogen blown out of the arc by a jet of molecular hydrogen
across the arc, forms an intensely hot flame, capable of melting tungsten
(m. Pt. 3400 °). This flame obtains its heat from recombination of
hydrogen atoms to H2."

So most of the Heat is created do to recombination. 
So i think the heat is behind the tungsten wire.

PS.  When you look at HHO torches on the net, i see also more heat generated when burning something (rock, steel etc..) as when the flame burns without any "resistance"

Maybe the flame is not a flame, but a form of electrical appearance witch react the same as electricity meeting resistance.





 

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