'Free' energy

k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Fri Feb 6 13:52:54 EST 2004


"Turning wasted heat into a power source

By Peter N. Spotts | Staff writer of The
Christian Science Monitor"

http://www.csmonitor.com/2004/0206/p14s01-stct.html

Quoting from the =Christian Science Monitor= Article:

"But the hopes for more widespread use
proved elusive. The field got a boost
in the 1990s when researchers found
that the performance of the material
increased when it shrank in size. So
they developed devices that used thin
films of the material.

[...]


But for large-scale applications,
`there's a big need for bulk materials,'
Kanatzidis says, "because thin films
are hard to make and expensive."

It doesn't work in-bulk for reasons that
I discussed in the Generalized-Proof of
Tapered Harmony - the SSW<->UES harmonics'
'feeling' of the UES is 'blocked' in bulk
preparations, and their resultant asym-
metries are too-uniformly-graded [be-
cause of the bulk-preparations inherently-
relatively-graded UES-flow.

They need to 'foam-it-up' to maximize
the surface-area - to macroscopically
'simulate' the volume/surface-area ratio
that's disclosed in the "Compton Refrac-
tion" QBASIC[tm] app, preferably in a
way that cascades the foam-thickness
[Hard-to-do, unless some self-assembly
technique is developed], and switches
the applied energy-flow in a way that
'simulates' the NL-P [thick volume feed-
ing into successively-smaller volumes
that are energy-evacuated relative to
the next-thickest, priorly-energized
'foam'.

And the whole setup must resonate with
the UES.

Early versions will probably blow-up,
but, if the energy-extraction is 'timed'
in accord with the NL-P, the power-gener-
ation will tap-right-into the UES.

Up to WDB2T, Free energy.

"One step closer to superconductors

By Peter N. Spotts | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor"

http://www.csmonitor.com/2004/0202/p12s01-stss.html

Quoting from the =Christian Science Monitor= Article:

"Since the late '80s, `our knowledge of
the materials involved has grown
tremendously,' says Los Alamos's Dr. Maley.
`But it's still pretty murky. There are two
or three competing theories, but none match
the whole array of experimental data.'"

I started discussing Tapered Harmony's
stuff, online, in 1988.

"Coincidence" ...?

k. p. collins





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