Re: The ACC Transfer Capacitor ("TCAP")
I've followed the progress of the (alleged) TCAP device for about two
years and have yet to be able to determine whether its existence was
just a ploy to generate web hits to ACC-PC's 'Alien Science and
Technology Forum' as well as their retail sites or if it is a genuine
device. Jack Shulman is self-aggrandizing and a rather pompous and
preponderant web personality who reveals very little in the way of
physical proof of his little gem. He generates tons of air about it
though. Further, ACC (et al) is defunct. Apparently Jack sold the
company and then shortly thereafter, an alleged fire broke out in the
computer room that destroyed a great deal of data pertaining to the
company's records about the TCAP. Curious huh? He maintains that
research has continued independant of ACC.
Anyway, a MUCH more reliable source of information regarding the
TCAP's design and function is available at Lawrence Berkley Labs at:
If you like to research more, just do a search of "electron trap" with
LBL's search engine.
About a year and a half ago, ACC and LBL were involved in a consortium
of parallel research to hopefully expedite the commercial application
of the TCAP, but I only saw LBL produce results.
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