Our world is a harsh place that can induce despair in the hearts of many, but the E-Cat cold fusion technology is about to provide the ultimate transmutation.
By Hank Mills
Life is a learning process. As we age and grow, we have new experiences and gain knowledge about the world in which we live. Among many other lessons, we learn about the concepts of right and wrong, good and evil, what the mainstream considers real, and what they claim is made up. If we do not stray from the narrow path of what our school teachers tell us and what the “mainstream” teaches, reality is not really too awfully complicated. But when we look outside of the box into all of the exotic possibilities, the world becomes a fascinating place full of limitless potential.
The mainstream view of reality is that we live in a civilization that has already discovered all the really significant “big things.” According to this tragic mindset, there is really little more to learn of tremendous practical value. Although there are frequent advances in consumer products such as computers and cell phones, it is said that we should not fantasize about true solutions to the energy crisis. We should also not hope for a way to master gravity, and harness it for the benefit of mankind. In addition, we should be content with tediously slow rocket based space propulsion that limits us to the exploration of our solar system, because any hope for something more advanced is science fiction.
The skeptical viewpoint we are taught extends further. No one *really* gives us hope for the idea the human aging process (which is just a complex disease) could eventually be reversed, or even cured. Children are just taught that everyone grows old and dies, eventually. We are also conditioned to be impressed by countless mediocre inventions. New hybrid cars that have slightly improved gas mileage, improved solar panels that may yield a few additional percent efficiency, and longer-lasting light bulbs are supposed to make us think, “Wow, that’s cool!” We are supposed to think of all these minor innovations as significant, when in reality they change very little.
This limited reality, with only slight room for improvement, is enough for most people. To cope with the harshness of reality, they choose not to think about certain facts. They ignore the millions of annual deaths due to malnutrition and disease, look the other way at the massive pollution that is being emitted into our environment, and accept the idea of the government giving oil companies never-ceasing subsidies to keep our civilization chugging down fossil fuels for the foreseeable future. To keep themselves occupied and their minds distracted from these realities, the majority of people throw themselves into materialism. Having access to the latest high tech cell phone, being able to play on the video gaming system with the best graphics, having the fastest car, and wearing the most expensive name brand clothing becomes a mind-numbing drug. This, combined with the increasing sexualization of our society, is enough to molify the masses, for the most part.
However, there are some of us who are not happy with reality. The state of affairs on this planet deeply disturbs us on a fundamental level. The reality the mainstream espouses just seems too cruel, too limited, contains too few possibilities, offers almost no hope for the future, and seems to be a continual source of despair.
Perhaps we have tried to fill our lives with other things to distract our minds from the harshness of the current civilization on this planet, but it did not work. Despite trying to walk the line and forget about the things wrong with the world, we could not keep our minds from wondering if there must be something more, something better, something truly worth living for.
Although I’m a Christian and believe that, due to my salvation, I will have a home in heaven one day, I do not find an overwhelming sense of immediate satisfaction from that. Right now, I’m on Earth, this planet is my home, and the knowledge of the future paradise I may reside in after my death does not diminish my shock at the horrors that are taking place here.
So in my life I’ve searched for possibilities…. nuggets of information that could provide glimmers of hope for a better civilization on this planet. Those of us who have gone down this path have found different ropes to mentally clasp onto, that we can use to pull our minds out of the abyss of hopelessness.
The Stars and Beyond
The search for such possibilities started at a young age for me. I remember watching Star Trek for the first time. The possibility of traveling across the galaxy to other civilizations fascinated me. The idea of interacting with extraterrestrial species — many of which could have been around far longer than humanity — fascinated me. The sheer amount of knowledge we could learn from such an advanced intelligent species motivated me to read more, search more, and to keep digging for answers.
I ended up becoming fascinated with incidents such as the Roswell UFO crash that took place in early July of 1947 outside of Roswell, NM. The possibility (now a probable certainty, in my opinion) that humanity made contact with extraterrestrial life forms during the incident was a breakthrough revelation in my life. After spending years researching countless sightings, incidents, abductions, remote deactivation of nuclear hardware, and other related phenomena, I became convinced that we are not alone in this universe. In fact, humanity is being observed and interacted with, and has been for a very long time.
As I grew older, I was able to grab on to other sources of hope in a world I grew increasingly unhappy with. I read about alternative energy research, and eventually heard about cold fusion research. I read about Pons and Fleishmann and their early experiments, and started to investigate other exotic technologies, such as magnet motors, overunity transformers, and even the work of Nikola Tesla, who found methods of harnessing the aether.
It was easy to conclude that a cheap, safe, and unlimited source of energy was one of the top discoveries that could change the world. Such a paradigm-shifting breakthrough would have countless implications including changing the geo-political state of the world, giving greater independence to the individual, potentially reducing the power of government, and improving the human condition on this planet.
With a source of unlimited energy, the world could become a very different place. Instead of millions of people dying of hunger and thirst, if used appropriately, free energy technology could be used to provide life-giving sustenance to every human on the planet. In the process of doing so, the economies of the world could be improved. Instead of destroying our environment to sustain humanity, we could actually fix and reverse much of the damage we have done. We could turn deserts into farmland, extract CO2 from the atmosphere (to be put back in the atmosphere if we needed to, in a potential mini-ice age), send ships around the world’s oceans collecting the massive amount of garbage floating around, and even sort through every piece of scrap metal put into a landfill.
The E-Cat Arrives
Of course, some of the specific technologies I hoped could provide such energy have not yet been fully developed and commercialized. However, since early 2011, I have been aware of a technology that is real, works, and is rapidly moving towards the marketplace — or may even be currently sold on a small scale. This technology is Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat or Energy Catalyzer. And his company, Leonardo Corporation, is not the only company pursuing this type of energy, providing redundancy and healthy competition to the industry.
The E-Cat utilizes tiny amounts of nickel powder, hydrogen gas, and undisclosed (for proprietary reasons) catalysts to produce nuclear reactions, with the result being a massive release of energy in the form of heat. In every way, this technology matches what I had hoped for throughout my childhood and later on in my life.
- It is environmentally friendly, in that it produces no nuclear waste, consumes no nuclear fuel, and emits no pollution into the environment.
- It is safe, because, unlike traditional nuclear reactors, if the fuel “melts down”, the nuclear reactions automatically cease due to the nickel powder melting. In a worst case, a small hydrogen explosion is possible, but no nuclear holocaust.
- It consumes tiny amounts of cheap fuel. A typical reactor capable of producing ten to twenty kilowatts of heat for months utilizes only 1.5 grams of nickel (less than the weight of a dime) and only a few grams of hydrogen. The catalysts and processing of the nickel is said to add only 10% to the cost of the fuel. So literally speaking, a home could be heated for a year utilizing a couple dollars worth of fuel.
- It is portable, which means it could be used in cars, planes, boats, and space craft.
- It has a high power density. A small reactor with a volume of only 50 cubic centimeters (about the same as a D-Cell battery) can produce kilowatts of power.
During 2011, I read about many tests of the E-Cat that took place that utilized many different engineers and scientists from around the world. Many different types of E-Cats (shapes and sizes) were tested, and the tests were conducted in different ways. In some tests, hot water was produced, and in other tests steam was produced. The results of these tests were positive again and again. The gains of energy found were huge — often in excess of 6x, and many times much higher.
Some of the tests utilized periods of self-sustained operation, in which the E-Cat consumed almost no power whatsoever. One example was a test by Dr. Levi in which an E-Cat consumed less than 100 watts, but during a period of time, produced over 120 kilowatts of heat. For the rest of the test, around 15 kilowatts were produced. The gain of energy was obvious.
I also heard about (from multiple sources) tests conducted by many different organizations including Defkalion (which previously had a business relationship with Andrea Rossi), Ampenergo, the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and others. These tests showed again and again that the technology worked. Even some of Rossi’s biggest detractors will admit in private conversation that the technology works and there have been successful tests, while publicly they attack him.
Then again, at the test of the one megawatt plant, a huge amount of power (almost have a megawatt) was produced, while only a fraction of the power was utilized in the form of electricity. The agent of the military customer signed off on the test, and agreed the test report was accurate.
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