To borrow a phrase from Monty Python: " And now for something completely different"
The Keshe Foundation has released the plans for the lay person to make a plasma reactor. Released last week on you tube and titled "KFSSI Blueprint Teaching Week"
Here is the link:
there are a total of 10 you tubes for the week on how to do it yourself.
This particular reactor design is capable of producing 2.2 KW but is capable of producing up to 10 KW through use. Please watch the first YouTube get an understanding of what I just wrote. This is the output ceiling set for reactor for the general public. They will make 10 MW design plans available for businesses, Municipalities and governments. They have shipped a large number of manufactured reactors all over the world starting on Monday Oct 26th so the cat is out of the bag.
I have just got the materials to start winding my coils.I am so excited, this is a game changer.
A word of caution; The Keshe Foundation has been claiming to have working device for years, but have never produced something to demonstrate. They have used crowdfunding (indigogo) and not delivered a product.
Here was the first site I found that wasn't their own self promotion:
Wow, I had no idea and I am saddened to hear that Keshe was embroiled in so much controversy. Nobody wants to feel like they just stepped into a giant cow pie. Perhaps I am setting myself on a fools errand but I intend on following through in trying to make the device. I have some experience with electronics. If I am successful I'll let you know. It did strike me as odd though that his adherents were not given the instructions on making these devices prior the release of the information/blueprint instructions on You Tube so as to create a working, functioning prototype for all to see prior to its release. It appears that this is a first time for all involved. If the design does work I expect to see a broad, positive response confirming its efficacy. If the design fails for me and others, then in my eyes, and I am confident in others eyes, Mr Keshe will be viewed as a charlatan.
Hey roger i like your industrious will to get some work done on this. If you do try it please be careful, nano coatings, electricity, un tested designs etc can all add up to danger if extreme caution is not utilized. If i were you i would not embark on certain parts of the research without a lab partner present, at least to point out the obvious and double check stuff.
I think it is unimportant that Keche is already seen as a charlatan to many, as it seems you trust him enough to try replicating his blueprints. Aside from his track record i am always alarmed to see things like, "The primary energy is vastly different from anything conventional physics has worked with in the past." Without any further explanation offered. I mean plasma is not outside the realm of physics, nor is electro magnetism, so at least a hint of what is happening would be nice.
I am curious if you have studied Bruce Depalma, homopolar generators, faraday disk, or the N machine. Depalma studied electrical engineering at havard and taught physics at MIT for 15 years. A few more credentials then Keche.
Or if you have heard of Paramahasa Tewari. He was a nuclear engineer who worked for the department of atomic energy in india for most of his career. While he has not published blueprints for his generator design, he has published his work regarding the electron, and what he calls space vortex theory (no not just like decartes) which explains where the "over unity" energy can come from without violating the law of conservation of energy. The beauty of his work is it is married with and agrees with the accepted body of physics. He just delves into the structure of the electron as a stable vortex created around a void etc.
Again i dont want to dissuade you from trying, since i am sure you will learn many things in trying to replicate any design. Just keep in mind how much research and testing it takes to deliver a design thats polished and working, even on a small proof of concept level. Goodluck and please be careful.
Roger, I look forward to seeing the results of your experiment.
The back bone of science is to reproduce the results of others, using published details of the original experiment. Go for it!
I predict that you will be disappointed by the results.
What he says about plasma and energy and states of matter, is not what most physicists say about plasma and energy and states of matter. He could legitimately be smarter than all the regular physicists...
I don't think that article says what you seem to think it says.
What that article actually says is that the results being touted on parts of the internet are actually highly unlikely. There has been another round in the media about this in the past few days, but one of the principal investigators is still talking about "anomalous thrust signals". There is still nothing good in peer review.
Now, I'm all for those Eagleworks people continuing their research - they may yet be on to rewriting the laws of conservation of momentum - but that doesn't mean the Keshe Foundation aren't running a scam.
Copper coils that generate gravitational fields? If he really has these then he hasn't just got a free energy source, he has the makings of levitation devices, near light speed spacecraft, and the capability to make his own black holes. Fortunately gravity is easy to measure... make a gravitational field and things get heavier. Although it is rather odd that no other "scientist" has successfully manipulated gravity, let alone with a few copper coils.
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