I have been wanting to make this post for some while now.
Because of the race towards commercialization there is always a possibility that some people would announce false information in order to confuse or mislead their competitors. Then, when you at least expect it, they might pull out their Ace of Spades and do the good old “Switcheroo”.
I am very skeptical about this video that I found on the Internet today:
The video reminds me a bit of Tadahiko Mizuno`s newer Dry Gas Systems.
During a 30 day continuos measurement One device produced about 130 Thermal Watts, while consuming only 70 Watt.
Let`s do the math!
130 Watts – 70 Watts = 60 Watts
JWOW!! + 60 Watts, That`s a lot!
Let`s also calculate the COP (Coefficient of Performance)
130 / 70 = 1.857142857
185% efficiency – My Head Is Exploding!
I wonder if Mr Mizuno could raise his efficiency with say…. about 1000% if he used “Ferry” in stead of Nickel?
That would bring his COP (efficiency) up to about 20 (2000%)
More than enough to produce heating, cooling and heaps of electricity.
There are no guarantees because we often have to make qualified guesses but other teams, such as Akito Takahashi`s, claims to have seen very promising results when using Ferry. If it works for them, maybe it would work for others as well?
I`ll ask some of my friends over at MFMP if they have time to investigate!
They have been pretty busy lately since they got nominated for the Noble Prize with their Live Open Science concept.
(* Dry Gas System)
Businesses prefers to invest in Dry Gas Systems rather than Wet Boiler Technologies.
It`s the current trend. Actually, one of my teams is having great control over the Cold Fusion effect in their Wet Boiler System but It`s not up to me to say what is best and what others should, or should not, spend their time on.
There are teams all over the world sitting with a lot of these Dry Gas System collecting dust because they do not know how to enhance the effects or how to to create Diamonds. My best advice to you is to play around with the materials and see what happens.
What Do You Think?
* Ferry, aka Constantan, is a mixture of Copper and Nickel.