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Author Topic: Ambient heat engine  (Read 7952 times)

Offline Bronepoezd

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Re: Ambient heat engine
« Reply #30 on: January 02, 2017, 07:59:06 PM »
I showed only the principle of the generators. You can collect the plant, which will run continuously and generate 100 watts or more. However, the question of creating such a device in the size and money. Search phase transitions - they key. I continue to work in this direction. There are also ideas for parametric resonance with the proof of the energy gain. Perhaps among you there are people with more advanced technical equipment, you can share an idea.

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Re: Ambient heat engine
« Reply #30 on: January 02, 2017, 07:59:06 PM »

Offline memoryman

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Re: Ambient heat engine
« Reply #31 on: January 02, 2017, 08:08:00 PM »
First of all, my first post on this:
"John, looking at your site, I see some good ideas. The idea of using heat pumps to 'self-loop' is possible, but not yet practical. Imho, the obstacle is the refridgerant.
I'll be happy to comment further after spending more time reading your ideas. Bill"

was addressed to the poster, not you. YOU responded with: "John please ignore Bill's opinion about what is possible, he won't be there to compensate you for the time and money you will waste." so, who started this?
I still have all 63 emails we exchanged between 5/29/2012 and 8/9/2012; publish any you want.
The two contacts I supplied were: my son's father in law (a very connected physician) and a billionaire aquintance.
Both were stunned by your rude responses.
Here is one quote from the old website: "These tiles will be 1.5V (DC) with a minimum output current of 1,000Amps/cm2". That translates into 1.5kW/cm^2...
Draw your own conclusions.


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