More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

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More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

Post by Sbwavefarm » Thu Jul 05, 2012 3:49 pm

Using Shockwave heating using Acoustical cavitation with Duterium and Acetone. Heated a small sample of 600 grams of liquid(mostly seawter) with a raise in temp. of 44 degrees F in 15 min. only used 8.8333 watts per min. and recieved 68.216320172 watts in Heat energy!

I could record the fusion reactions on my Giger tube, which jumped with each reaction and gama ray burst. Counts per Min went from 30 a MIN to about 300 a min.

I could hear a small change in sound with the (implosion) of each reaction and the resulting jump on the Geiger meter

Most exciting was an infared video I shot of the reactions(the reaction produces mostly IR light 50%) so visibly there wasn't much to see with just the human eye.

It does look like tiny supernovas. When visable mostly blue plasma.

The secret was the sauce. I added some metalic and organic compounds to the Fusion fuel.

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The reaction is REPRODUCABLE(several times that day alone)
The reaction is MEASURABLE (caloric heating value, Ifared, nuetron detection)
The reaction is OBSERVABLE (even to the naked eye at certain points)

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Post by Chris Bradley » Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:29 pm

> The reaction is REPRODUCABLE(several times that day alone)
> The reaction is MEASURABLE (caloric heating value, Ifared, nuetron detection)
> The reaction is OBSERVABLE (even to the naked eye at certain points)
and:
...The reaction is LETHAL (if it were nuclear fusion at the rates you suggest)

You'd be dead if the above claim of 60W of fusion energy were true.

QRT.

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Post by Mike Beauford » Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:23 pm

I think you need to review what exactly your trying to explain to us here on this forum. If as you say you have generated 60 watts of fusion energy, as Chris has already mentioned, you would have received a lethal does of radiation and this should/will be your last post to this forum. Good luck with your medical care, my condolences to your family.
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Post by David Rosignoli » Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:18 pm

Matthew,

I think before you quote excess energy gain, you need to do a few things:
1. Better explain your setup. How did you perform the test? How did you measure it? It is easy to get calorimetry measurements wrong. How do you know these were Gamma ray bursts?
2. There may be more conventional explanations to your results. For instance, we know single or multi bubble sonoluminenscence occurs during cavitation events. If you see blue plasma, you are likely seeing this with the frequency of the UV light emitted downshifted to the blue spectrum. There may be EM noise being generated in this process as a result. Just some speculation - but could this generate enough RF noise to foul up the geiger counter circuit itself? Without adequate shielding and using other means of detection, this would be a source of contention.

Of course, assuming you overcomb the hurdles and establish that this was real and non-chemical, then this would be a difference process altogether (Widom-Larson theory?) then what we see in a typical fusion reaction. As Chris has pointed out, too much radiation would be released.

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Post by Dennis P Brown » Thu Jul 05, 2012 8:36 pm

Mr Kramer,

by just the results you report and your number of significant decimal places I can deduce that your experimental methods are very imprecise. I can only conclude 1) you have never performed a rigorous scientific experiment in High School and 2) your technique is the sole source of the excessive energy that you are attributing to be due to thermo-nuclear fusion.

You would not be the first to confuse sample heating by your own heating method for nuclear release of energy.

How you are deriving the energy input needed to produce your shockwave is most likely your source of error. Also, another probable source was your addition of a fine metal power(s) in the acetone. Metals can and will 'burn' with oxygen when heated. Further, these metals can be highly reactive in an organic solvent containing deuterium and oxygen. Very possible you 'burned' the deuterium with oxygen and/or burned the fine metal with deuterium and/or oxygen (your deuterium gas is dissolved in the acetone as well as some oxygen from the air.)

I am not surprised you got net energy via a chemical reaction but am surprised you didn't get a fire or explosion.

First, off, you need to learn more about safety of chemical reactions; which also means you need to learn some chemistry. Deuterium gas (even dissolved) and fine metal powders are an extreme explosive hazard. Third, do at the very least, learn what significant digits are and how to report them in an experiment.

Best of luck.

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Post by Carl Willis » Fri Jul 06, 2012 3:56 am

I agree with Andrew that this is probably trolling.

In any case, it falls far short of the burden of useful disclosure, and is full of unintelligible gobbledegook (what the hell are watts per minute??), as is typically the case whenever people come on here to claim massive energy releases from unknown contraptions.

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Post by Sbwavefarm » Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:46 pm

Writing from beyond the grave-due to my lethal radiation exposure-Ha ha ha....

Project Sherwood-The U.S. Program in Controlled Fusion, By Amasa S. Bishop @1958

Apendix II P. 177 LOW TEMPATURE FUSION
"If However the charge of one of the interacting particles could be effectively neutralized, the need for high tempatures would be obviated. A beautiful demonstration of this FACT was provided by the work of Alvarez, Brander , and others at the University of California at Berkely, who showed experimentally that fusion reactions can be produced at low tempatures with the aid of mu-mesons.

It's just us CALIFORNIANS like alternative energy.
I just followed in the foosteps of giants. Added my own special observations and materials and improved on thier design.

The 8.8333 watts in per min. is the total power from a ultrasonic transducer, producing shock waves(much like the Naval Rea. Labs did) to initiate fusion reactions at alot lower temps and higher P than your (Gaseous Fusors). It works by heating a moderator in liquid form to high heats in a short time. Its an older technology with new fuel made from a mix of hydrocarbons(renewably produced from algae) and the chemical componets of the carbon cycle in stars.

if you would like to get off your armchair, and do some good science. Then you can call 805-453-3960, or email sbwavefarm@yahoo.com I can walk you through the steps required.

Thanks for the comments and questions.

Yes its radioactive, but not like fission. Yet like Nuclear fusion power plants it heats water, which can be used to spin a turbine and produce electricity.

Its way cool, as we say out here, and yet definately Hot!!

I would like to thank the N.R.C for thier oversight and help.
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Post by Jim Kovalchick » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:20 pm

If you are talking about the Nuclear Regulatory Commission when you say N.R.C., then you have revealed yet another falsehood in your story. The NRC has stated numerous times that they have no intent nor the mandate to regulate fusion. Of course, fusion isn't really what you are doing now is it?

NRC activity is a matter of public record. Please provide links to the regulatory documents supporting your claim of NRC assistance and oversight. By the way, while I'm not certain, making a false claim about assistance from a federal agency is probably a violation of some law somewhere. If you are looking for a government agency to help you, then might I suggest one or more of the many mental health agencies in your area.

Site admins: Are you leaving this thread open for entertainment value only? It is certainly inconsistent with normal level of discussion on this forum.

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Dear Mr. Brown at the Navyheating−30°C to +45°C over a period of a few minutes.

Post by Sbwavefarm » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:45 pm

Your a bit rude for a naval officer, When the NRL was first involved in the Fusion program they made thier people work for at least FOUR MONTHS at a fusion lab so as to learn the science.

I did alot of experiemnting with girls in High School, and mostly programming computers. How many tracking cookies do you think are on this site from our "non friends):

Get your ass in a Jet and come over for a cup of coffee and then you can see it and www.prepguard.com just serviced my radiation detector. Its working perfectly. You cannot fake radiation. It is or it isn't

This is not sonolumineces,its fusion. If you had the proper security clearence then you wouldn't be such an Ahole and you would be asking more specific scientific questions.

My apparatus is quite diffrent from the schematics on this site. I use low power not high power to initiate the reaction.

My father, both grandfathers, and my great-grandfather were all naval pilots so I have great respect for the naval service. I have flown serval types of aircraft.

You should have more respect for your peers!

My math was sound. Although I used the ammount of energy for pure water at 4.186 Joules, not as acurate as I would like but I don't have the budget you do.You are just not educated enough yet so you responded with fear and scorn.


Are you not part of the "Green Fleet"?
I helped develop the ASTM renewable fuel standard for the F-18's and other naval equipment.

Prove me wrong-run the same thing in your lab and see what results you get. Don't take my word for it trust but verify.

You seem defensive? That's cause its fourth quarter and I am on offense.

"Neutrons were a scarce and expensive comodity, capable of beign produced by only a few countries. It was clear that the quick realization of a controled thermonuclear device would have appreciable millitary signifigance. This FACT alone constituted strong justification for carrying out the work on a classified basis."

I thought we were on the same team.
Stop trying to bully and intimidate me.(read fusor forum rules)

You can't get that much heat from a chemical reaction, But some guys in California did. They say its fusion too. Who is on your team?
Do you have a PhD from a national university?
I back UCLA any day of the week VS Navy, Basketball or fusion? want make a bet?

Mr. Matthew Kramer 805-453-3960

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