Recent Blacklight Power Demo Videos Posted

Thanks to Mr. Moho for finding the videos from the recent Blacklight Power demonstration which took place on July 21st. I haven’t watched them yet — it looks like there is about four hours worth of material here. Just watching the very beginning of the video BLP CEO Randall Mills says they are working very hard to move their technology into the marketplace very quickly; he says they have finally worked through many theoretical and practical issues and now have a 3rd generation of their technology which he feels is ready to launch in a commercial product.

The synopsis from Youtube reads:

Specific events included: ignition of H2O-based solid fuel in air and argon atmospheres, calorimetric energy balance determination under argon, EUV spectroscopy of the hydrogen transitions to hydrinos, theory, technical, engineering, and commercialization presentations, and live demonstrations of BlackLight’s Third Generation SunCell with Photovoltaic Conversion of Light to Electricity. The main engineering aspects of the presentation were the complete system design and a unit that demonstrated those elements of the fast ignition and regeneration as well as optical distribution and photovoltaic conversion systems. A question and answer session was held with participation by three validators: a materials expert, an energetic materials and spectroscopy expert, and a defense company licensee.

  • tlp

    Water vapour is added to the used fuel, 9 ml/s

  • Er… Nope

    Perhaps somebody could explain an aspect of the “SunCell” that I am struggling with. (Actually there are several, but this is just one.) According to the specs on their PDF here: http://www.blacklightpower.com/wp-content/uploads/presentations/072114Demonstration-Abbreviated.pdf the 10MW unit requires a solid fuel mass flow of five kilograms per second. How is this achieved? Assuming the “fuel” is not consumed (it is only the water that is consumed, right?) then how is the fuel regenerated? How quickly is this achieved? What sort of fuel mass is required to maintain a 5kg per second flow, and where is this stored?

    • tlp

      Only tiny part of that fuel is water, 9 ml/s, according to that spec.

  • Kwhilborn

    Excellent. Thank you. Thank you. I find the idea of a Hydrino as exciting as the device itself (not really, device would be way more awesome). I am however very pleased with this.

    So the cosmos is supporting the Hydrino theory. I just wish I could discuss this in discussion groups without being ridiculed.

    This does help though.

  • Stefan Israelsson Tampe

    Sterling Allan have made a new interview with Mills,

    http://www.blacklightpower.com/radio-interview/

    What I find interesting in this is that he describes the light that comes out of the blast. Normally in a blast you can find spectral lines, not in this blast and that is recognized as truly amazing, and as I understand that is the view of the validators as well.

  • optiongeek

    Thanks for posting this, I sent a similar email to Prof. Glumac yesterday and received a similar answer. However, I suggest you consider removing or obscuring the email address from this public post. It can be easily found.

  • GreenWin

    Check “Always Open” thread for a synopsis of the two new independent validations of BLP hydrino and water-based solid fuel.

    • GreenWin

      “The heat release is explained by Mills’ Classical Physics theory and provides substantial evidence that the hydrogen to hydrino transition predicted by the theory is being observed in this experiment. Given the immensity of the implications of Classical Physics theory on current atomic physics and the possibility of a new energy source further exploration is indeed warranted.”

      “Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.” Bette Davis, All About Eve

  • deleo77
  • GreenWin

    Hey, the cast of “Big Bang Theory” has boy/girlfriends. Geeks are not bad people. They’re just not well socialized. Or fun, mostly.

  • deleo77

    Perhaps it is good to put a post here from James Bowery on Vortex. I too think it means something for a Professor at U of Illinois to say he has independently replicated much of BLP’s work in his own lab. Professors at Rowan University claim to have independently replicated as well:

    From James Bowery on Vortex today:

    “OK was I was able to adopt an unreasonably open posture toward Mills’s presentation and spend time searching for the calorimetry in the demonstration videos. What I found was intriguing enough to bother to do a
    little more investigation and invest a bit of my personal credibility with a physicist whose time I am hesitant to impose on but who is at least somewhat open to looking at alternatives to “accepted” theory.
    Two outcomes:

    1) After a quick reading of key points of particular interest to him the physicist is convinced Mills’s theory is worthy of further consideration.

    2) In part 2 of the July 21st demo, very near the end, is a report from a professor at the University of Illinois that claims to have reproduced Mills’s heat phenomenon with rigorous calorimetry. I went to the
    University of Illinois and have colleagues there that are skeptical of George Miley’s work there. My impression of the of the UofIL is that when a professor of engineering there says something in his field of expertise,it is it is unwise to discount it before giving it serious consideration.

    I find this somewhat disconcerting because I’ve previously been relatively skeptical toward BLP simply on the basis of its incompetently drafted press
    release prior to its first demo of this year and the seeming appeal to 2 “miracles” at once:

    1) The hydrino (the miracle here being that Mills has overturned most of the 20th century’s authorities in physics).

    2) That the hydrino explains the production of nuclear ash (columb masking)of cold fusion experiments while at the same time providing substantial energy (if not most of its energy) from hydrino chemistry.”