Re: Nu Energy Battery to be Revealed at Inventor's Weekend
I am not looking for investors at this point. In fact, I am going to
avoid the investor route if at all possible. I don't wish to be
beholding to anyone.
I will be showing how easy it is to convert atomic decay into
electrical current in a few weeks at Inventor's Weekend. My reasearch
has been pretty much in the open for the last ten years.
--- In CDV700CLUB@yahoogroups.com, Phil Bigelow <bigelowp@j...> wrote:
> If <nuenergy_scientist> is using his announcement to facilitate a
> for investors/partners, sorry, I'm all tapped out.
> But if I had a bundle of loot burning a hole in my pocket, I would
> insist on seeing a working example of the gadget. I would also
> seeing the complete *published* schematics. (Publishing the
> would help protect his idea until the long drawn-out patent process
> completed - which can take years and thousands of dollars). And
> plunked down any serious scratch, I would insist that the gadget be
> to an *independent* testing lab for verification of its specs (with
> results of the test *independently* published by the lab).
> Unless such "debuts" are made fully open to the public (down to the
> minute detail), these announcements eventually devolve into a bitter
> never-ending verbal war between the inventor's critics and the
> When investor money is at stake, it should be either full disclosure
> (with independent verification), or no disclosure. Anything in-
> serves no useful purpose.
> Of course, if he's already got the funds to market this on his own,
> he doesn't need any investors/partners and none of the above
> On Mon, 30 May 2005 17:43:08 -0000 "DH" <revtkatt@y...> writes:
> > --- In CDV700CLUB@yahoogroups.com, "nuenergy_scientist"
> > wrote:
> > > page http://www.nuenergy.org/iw/2005/perreault2005.htm
> > I didn't see anything on that page about how your
> > battery works. Would you be so kind as to publish
> > (here) a link to a technical paper when you put
> > one up (presumably next month)?
> > In particular, I'm curious how you get more than
> > feeble power out of non-dangerous amounts of
> > unstable isotopes. The only way to do this is
> > in a fission device that uses neutron multiplication
> > to increase the natural rate of decay (Szilard
> > has the patents on chain reactions, and Fermi
> > already did it). Otherwise
> > you need dangerous amounts of thermally hot isotopes
> > (eg Pu-filled RTG modules, grams of Radium, mL of Radon).
> > Radiolysis, beta-trapping, etc. are all limited to
> > the input power (a function of half life),
> > which again is low unless you have
> > an amount of an isotope which is dangerous.
> > Also, in your paper, please do *not* write it for
> > an audience assumed to be current with obscure
> > dead scientists, undocumented apparatus ("Moray's
> > radiant tubes").
> > No Tesla seances, no Orgones, no antigravity
> > capacitors, please. And the experiments have
> > to work if you're not in Utah, either :-)
> > [Pons & Fleishman ref]
> > The recent publication of
> > a pyroelectric + deuterium based neutron generator
> > was a good example of a good paper. Clever but
> > just physics. Similarly Fusors (tm) are interesting
> > but they are energy sinks, like all current n-tubes.
> > Sample:
> > One smoke detector is 24 nano-watts.
> > 1 eV = 1.6 × 10-19 joules
> > 1 uCi = 3.7e4 DPS, at 4e6 eV per,
> > 1.5 e 11 eV / sec = 2.4 e -8 watts
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- I would like to discuss the presence of radiation in chocolate again.
Anyone who wants their chocolate tested, send a pound to me. Sorry,
Chocolate can not be returned.
PS I just finished 2200 mile rad survey from eastern MO to western
CO, and can say that there is a lot more background radiation out
west than we have in the Midwest (5X on average) Also we stopped at
the U of K to view the Sternberg fossil collection, and the Fisk
collection too. Both have mineral displays with the Fisk collection
being very extensive. Our destination was the National Mining Museum,
in Leadville CO, where they have a very good mineral collection with
lots of U ores and Barite.
The main reason for this trip was to pick up a Canberra 727 lead
shield for my 3" NaI well scint( 280 pounds worth of graded
shielding!), which is now back here at the home lab.
In CDV700CLUB@yahoogroups.com, Phil Bigelow <bigelowp@j...> wrote:
> I believe that listmember Reber is correct and I will refrain from
> furthering discussion on Bruce's device. I encourage other list
> to do the same. Bruce is, of course, welcome to stay on the listand
> participate in topical conversations (e.g., radiation detectors andtechnology
> experiments associated with radiation detectors). But battery
> and posting advertisments for infomercial videotapes is clearly off-topic
> for our forum.have
> This thread may be one of those infrequent instances where Tom may
> to impliment his Hammer O' Death and forceably kill the the thread.my
> I wish Bruce good luck, but for me, I've now read enough to satisfy
> suspicions and I am ending my participation in this thread.