Open System Energy Breakthrough Technologies | Mike Waters | #VTOL



it's my pleasure to introduce to you another speaker today we've been hearing his name several times throughout the conference so far many of you have had a chance to sit down talked with him a little bit now here's your opportunity to actually hear from the man himself and to listen to what he has to present to us today he's gonna be speaking on transitioning from closed systems closed systems of energy closed systems of technology into open systems of energy and technology that can they can be part of this movement moving into the world today he has 15 years of passionate experience in this field art as he after he had an awakening to some of the problems and challenges that are facing humanity at this time he also has a website fitting in with the educational piece that we've been discussing here today so without further ado I'd like to give you Mike waters like to thank first global BN for putting this on and yes it's true you can't see anybody up here okay that is not we're not at the beginning there we go all right before coming here and before lecture I gave last week I looked at a lot of lectures to get some advice on how you should do these things because there is some very important information to share and I think some of the other speakers have had some really compelling things to say one of the key issues that we're dealing with for me goes back 15 years in in understanding what what we're dealing with and I do feel that there is very very important to share because one of the biggest blocks we have to face is the beliefs of academia when you try to get funding a physicist or an engineer is consulted and if you're dealing in the kinds of breakthroughs we are there's a lot of resistance to even believing it's possible and there's a reason as to why so 15 years ago I did kind of wake up to what was going on and before that I had various backgrounds and you can go onto my website I wouldn't spend time there as to what I did before that but I did see that a lot of things were going wrong and wanted to find out why and as an inventor I have a sort of need for simplicity so I like to look at complex systems and figure out what the root issue is so I've become I'd say a futurist and a strategist and the difference between those two becomes clear when we are confronted with what we are facing you know if if we were aliens in this room looking at what's going on on this planet it would be a very strange sight to see I mean we're running out of water on a planet covered with it and the water that does cover it contains everything that we need it has every single mineral compound element that we need for our health and yet we're running out of water on this planet that we use but it gets worse with the only land animal that actively seeks out water to defecate and take a in that is really strange we kill soil to grow food and an education system we actually taught the opposite of reality and believe it and I'm going to get into that I'm going to go over some technologies on both sides of this fence looking at some of the transitions that look like they're going to occur I'd love to delve into a lot of other subjects from consciousness to alchemy but when I was thinking about what I could best say up here for my part as a jigsaw piece among other jigsaw pieces how can I best help with what I know and it really comes down to doing my best to explain what I see as being a crucial issue in what's caused this mess and I believe this is kind of a rosetta stone a rosetta stone is a discovery that unlocked a language and as a concept it's sort of like getting the code of the program and once you lock into that information once you tap that source things become clearer and it enables you to get a much simpler perspective on very complex situations like some of the ones we're facing now so this is probably the most depressing slide of this talk so I won't spend too long on it but if we don't have some awareness of at least one or two of these things we've got to be brain dead and it is very complex because we live in a synergistic system and everything is interrelated and we could talk for days about that hopefully collaboratively but there is a root cause to all this and that's good news what I found is that we've got two fundamental errors in our belief systems and they're pretty basic and they need to be and I touched on this at my lecture two years ago at BM that has even greater implications on the one of those issues which is energy and this is really why this conference is being held is because it turns out that the issue and our understanding of energy is also fundamental to how we relate to nature since these are the two main problems we're dealing with energy keeps coming up and the understanding of it and the way it's affected our science has been one of our key issues that we're facing today and our way out I love this state this saying of Einstein or maybe it was his wife she was supposed to be quite brilliant the problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them that is absolutely true we are not going to solve those crises with the same systems thinking that got us into them I'm going to go into nature briefly because most of this is going to be about energy and some of the toys we're playing with but one of our main issues is that we've considered nature to be competitive dominant and much of our cultural religious economic philosophies and systems have been based on competition dominant it explains why we have problems with egos working together accomplishing things in a proactive way and the problem is is that nature is not competitive dominant and there's abundant proof anywhere you look to prove this and I'm going to show a short video because it's very compelling it's about the walls of Yellowstone and how a predator can in effect an entire ecosystem so nature is collaborative and collaboration leads to diversity it's just math you've got to have a collaboration dominant system in order for it to maintain itself otherwise you do get that single winner and scenario and this is quite well known and I'm not going to spend too much time on nature because there's actually a lot of thinking now that is taking us in a more sustainable direction and I don't mean to not technocracy and I was that was a shocking I didn't know about some of the agendas that were going on in that arena but I do know that things like global warming are used for political agenda on both sides of the fence so I'm going to show this video and I'll let it speak for itself one of the most exciting scientific findings of the past half century has been the discovery of widespread trophic cascades a trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom and the classic example is what happened in the Yellowstone National Park in the United States when wolves were reintroduced in 1995 now we we all know that wolves kill various species of animals but press was slightly less aware that they give life to many others before the Wolves turned up they've been absent for seventy years that the numbers of deer because there were nothing to hunt them had built up and built up in the Yellowstone Park and despite efforts by humans to control them that managed to reduce much of the vegetation there to almost nothing there just raised it away but as soon as the Wolves arrived even though there were few in number they started to have the most remarkable effects first of course they killed some of the deer but that wasn't the major thing much more significantly they radically changed the behavior of the deer the deer started avoiding certain parts of the park the places where they could be trapped most easily particularly the valleys and the gorges and immediately those places started to regenerate in some areas the height of the trees Quinne tupled in just six years bear valley sides quickly became forests of Aspen and Willow and cottonwood and as soon as that happened the birds started moving him the number of songbirds of migratory birds started to be increased greatly the number of beavers started to increase because beavers like to eat to eat the trees and beavers like wolves the ecosystem engineers they create niches for other species and the dams they built in the rivers and provided habitats for otters and muskrats and ducks and fish and reptiles and amphibians the wolves killed coyotes and as a result of that the number of rabbits and mice began to rise which meant more Hawks more weasels more foxes more badgers Ravens and bald eagles came down to feed on the carrion that the Wolves have left bears fed on it too and their population began to rise as well partly also because there were more berries growing on the regenerating shrubs and the Bears reinforce the impact of the Wolves by killing some of the calves of the deer but here's where it gets really interesting the wolves changed the behavior of the rivers they began to meander less there is less erosion that channels narrowed more pools formed more riffle sections all of which were great for wildlife habitats the rivers changed in response to the wolves and the reason was that the regenerating forests stabilized the banks so that they collapse less often so that the rivers became more fixed in their course similarly by driving the deer out of some places and the vegetation recovering on the valley sides there was a soil erosion because the vegetation stabilized that as well so the Wolves small in number transform not just the ecosystem of the Yellowstone National Park this huge area of land but also its physical geography so there is more videos on my my website that go into more of this but there's another side of this too and this is not about global warming this is about synergy and collaboration and this is really a very very important issue for this field and going against some considerable arts opposition to what we're trying to do and yet knowing that it is about coming together and working as teams similar effect with Wales and also hurting animals Allen Gregory gives an excellent talk on Ted so we do affect the ecosystem we do create pollution there's no question the the current model of our economics is depletion and lack based so we are depleting our resources but there is a more complex issue going on as well but even though many forces effect change on this planet we do have a responsibility to at least be sustainable in the right way and I'm in favor of a decentralized approach to that there are some really scary charts out there about what's going on and facing all this desertification and of course that's linked to global warming but in reality these things that just remind us that we're probably dealing with the wrong technologies right now and this will get into very soon now you see a chart like this and it's actually misleading because all that read up there is actually at the pole you know that's a much smaller area because this is a sphere it wraps around but it does show something interesting that the upper latitudes appear to be warming more than the lower and like many here a co2 issue we've had far more co2 in the atmosphere in the past than we do now so there's something else going on as well methane released concerns me more because as I understand we've had two extinction events due to methane in in the history of this planet at least John Peterson Arlington Institute gave a very good talk on this he started being a very strong component a proponent of the human caused climate change and now has an adjusted perspective on it's well worth watching so if you go to his website he invited me to give a lecture a week ago it was a two-hour slot I was the only speaker and the reason I mention it is because I asked in the audience I could see them what percentage were in the sciences and who were engineers now John Peterson is one of the top future futurists he's been a advisor to a number of presidents top military he is involved in some pretty high-level stuff and he's also setting up a community that I think is well worth looking at with a very good strategy for getting some of these technologies out fascinating going but he brings in some fairly high-level people from Washington to these talks and of course I was pretty nervous just like today and two hours is a lot of time to fill in that talk I did what I'm going to touch here soon and that was question our most fundamental scientific beliefs and do it very precisely because if I'm going to share one thing the technologies of fun but the more we understand this issue and the more we can counter arguments about conventional physics the quicker we're going to adapt very very important what gave me hope is that at the end of the lecture the people that came up were astonishing I felt really amazed that they're above me it just in in what what they'd accomplished where they were top level in in their fields and they agreed so here we're up ending our most fundamental scientific beliefs and scientists and engineers are agreeing this is very important I think it's it's because it's hitting us all we're all getting downloads and hitting is the wrong word I think we're we're waking up very briefly one of the projects I was worth this is where it was 15 years ago I was down in Florida inventing and trying to figure out some things and what came out of it was eventually this which is the idea of combining a lot of the advanced breakthroughs that we've talked about on in this conference breakthroughs in energy water agriculture and combining it into a simple system that can actually help a family adapt through whatever we're facing and one of the toys that I was playing with back then was a design for mobility because I felt that we're going to become coming into times where there's going to be more nomadic structures more decentralized more nomadic we built some prototypes and it does work we we have a fairly simple model for decentralized support systems for home you can basically have a trailer that can take a home off grid and the strategy behind it is that of course this kind of technology relies on energy and more precisely the kind of energy that we're here to talk about now this is the key and and if I'm going to convey anything here if if it's just this I've accomplished something this is what we're taught the laws of energy conservation and thermodynamics are most fundamental laws of which everything is built on our entire civilization our technologies our a belief systems our our concepts of resources this whole attitude about depletion is all based on this concept of lack and that is the closed system and it's this caveat to these fundamental laws Lords and law of energy conservation as as Vernon touched on yesterday is is our most fundamental law all our other beliefs grow on that and the closed system is the caveat in a closed system energy can neither be created nor destroyed you can't get more out of something that you put into it here's the key this is what I feel that we need to understand teach and convey and this is crucial because I've got 100 percent success rate with any physicist I've talked to and I work with a lot of them any engineer I've talked to I worked with a lot of engineers 100 percent success rate in undermining their most fundamental beliefs in two minutes that is what's important it's not about what I've discovered look I'm not the only one to discover this most of the people in this room know what what we're talking about here but it's about communicating it to academia so that they start to wake up and that is absolutely crucial because for anybody that's been in this field and many have been in at this for longer than I I mean Jeff my partner at energy bat all its life it's a huge block because we are literally outside this religion so here's the here's the key the definition of a closed system is that energy density must remain constant regardless of scale that's the definition in other words if you've got a gallon of gas or a hundred gallons of gas the density of that gas and the energy you can put out is the same that's what we're taught a big big problem with that it's not true energy density increases the size decreases there is no such thing as a closed system to explain this when you look at chemical reactions and you go to nuclear reactions you've your scale is much much smaller your energy is up by orders of magnitude when you go from nuclear energy to matter antimatter energy goes through the roof scale goes down and here's the key point there's no such thing as smallest it's an infinite direction and the only communication system we have with that dimension is in the very sciences that we're exploring harmonics resonance coherence geometric forms spirals toroid it's an infinite direction it's impossible for our minds to really understand what that means I mean we can look out there and go well okay if this ends if this universe ends there's something beyond it same in that direction we live in a you know in a reality of infinite that is our reality and that's a fascinating thing but it's something we're not designed to to understand so when someone says you can't get a more energy out than you put in when someone tells you that because of the law of thermodynamics or energy conservation what you're saying to them or what you're showing them is impossible this is what I'm hoping we'll remember is that the energy density example puts that to bed define the closed system a closed system is impossible in this reality it's impossible we live in an infinite sea of energy where the smaller you go the more energy there is that's fact that's huge now you think of the implications of this closed system and what it's done on this planet how it's affected even our view of nature because this resource depletion approach we've had has influenced everything our concepts of lack which the closed system has supported it's it's a really really big deal so these are two two things I like from well-respected scientists because you've got to quote respected scientists there's enough energy in the space of an empty cup to boil all the oceans of the world richard fineman huge statement absolutely true Talbot and bond every cubic centimeter of empty space contains more energy than the total energy of all the matter in the known universe Wow fact so why would you transport energy and why would you use something called fuel it's already wherever you are okay well here's reality now where do we go with this and to grasp this the fact that there is no smallest the smaller you go you you find something that you thinks is the smallest thing in the universe there's something called a point actually the console zero point well–there's in a way there's not such a thing as zero and that's not really such a thing as a point because every point has a smaller point on it and so really your your best conception is that it's nothing but holes you know there's there's always something beyond where you can look and that's just staggering for us to imagine in our little fishbowl but it's true so this is basically what we're dealing with right now nothing to see here hopefully now this will help as offering another clue an argument when you next talk to someone that slams you with that stuff because many of the inventors that I work with and one of my job's is to get as much collaboration going in this field as possible I work with a lot of other inventors we've got to have this nailed when we go and talk to someone that wants to help because the next thing they're going to do is talk to someone that tells them why we're con artists okay you can't get anything for nothing any energy from nothing nothing is a source of almost infinite energy potential this is open system physics there's no such thing as perpetual motion that is absolutely ludicrous everything we've ever observed is in perpetual motion it's called an atom and beyond without motion there's no time you can't get more energy out than you put in and I had to throw this in because I couldn't resist in a closed mind that's a law of the universe and that law was bred on this planet from the closed system and boy it's made some doozies so implications oh my goodness we could spend a long time talking about the implications of open system physics and the fact that we have come from a closed system of limited imagination to open system realization that nothing is impossible this takes you down so many rabbit holes most of the people in this room know this I mean you know I mentioned higher consciousness and alchemy and Wow I mean if I was to look at a categorization of the different Sciences I might say closed system over here open system here and alchemy right next to it because the link between open system physics and alchemy is profound and the fact is there are no accidents and consciousness is intrinsic to an open system deep stuff now I'm going to back up to closed systems because there are some transitions happening now and I'm only only going to touch on vapor carburetors and hho vapor carburetors have been around since World War two I'm not geoffery went into some history fern knows exactly what I'm talking about as many many others do vapor cops have been around for a very long time and the rumors of hundred mile per hour carburetors 200 mile per hour co-operators just left a friend that's been playing them for years they work and it's it's it's pretty basic the the fuel that you're using is taken down to a smaller component instead of injecting drops you're injecting vapor and that vapor has a greater opportunity to get a full burn and it's not very convenient for profit HHO very very deep subject and i am going to touch on that a little bit because it turns out well one of the things I want to do is form a link between many of these technologies that I've worked with and it goes anywhere from Elian art hho to pap to magnetic and so try now what I am going to talk about more is this Russ mentioned Elon Musk and the fact that he gave 120 patents away which is commendable he's been sort of the tip of the spear and he sold what 300 odd thousand cars in one day recently was it yeah batteries right now a 200 to 300 mile range electric vehicle is cute it's not competitive with gas however there's a tipping point and by the way you know you've got 300 mile range your venture out 100 miles and if you can't find a multi hour charging station you're going to go home because you don't want you know you're uncomfortable going further the infrastructure doesn't exist it's the same with a hydrogen Highway but once you hit a tipping point of say 600 miles 700 miles thousand miles on an electric car it has the potential to become devastatingly competitive and that's the kind of tipping point I think many of us are hoping for it has to happen in a way that doesn't create economic hardships now people have different views on what those hardships are obviously but it is necessary so the kinds of battery technologies I'm working with right now are in this realm and several in particular I'm going to discuss because we have the opportunity for closed system technologies to support open system technologies we can actually come to the rescue of a closed system transition in various ways and I do believe we can do this from the top down on the bottom up and I'm not going to get into the conspiracy theories and and other issues the technocracy look we know there's some really nasty things going on behind the scenes and always have been so one of the technologies I'm working with is a company out in California working very closely with them we have a breakthrough that gives us a four to five times improvement in range at five to ten times lower cost so the energy density of the battery is four to five times higher and this is just the beginning this same battery we've found that instead of deteriorating over a year period it's actually doubled in capacity which is pretty cool and it's cheap to make I I don't know how much I one of the problems of my work is that I bridge the gap between what Russ does and another approach which is unless I sign NDA's I don't get certain knowledge and one of my roles is to connect and that means I'm connecting behind the scenes I'm connecting out front open-source and that's it's a delicate balance but it's something that is actually easier than it may seem so with this kind of technology we have and it's not the only one we have the ability to see a real transition now is a problem where is that energy going to be produced a car uses about 20 times the amount of energy of a house per hour the energy has to come from the grid well now we could get into the dangers of the grid and Carrington event sunspot activity and devious plans about crashing it and all this stuff the fact is is that open system physics eventually leads to obsolescence of roads obsolescence of grid obsolescence obsolescence of a lot of centralized ideas and this kind of technology is going to put a lot of load on the grid the other technology I'm working with it is similar I could go into flow cells that's another subject but the bottom line is we are somewhere between five and thirty times more power dense being conservative and graphene is a subject unto itself it is an absolutely revolutionary field that affects every field the more I've been involved in this the more ways I see that this kind of technology can help us in this field open system field I'll be coming back to this because there's the site of graphene that is outside the closed box first let me back up here are some electric flying vehicles and the vision was talked about a little bit yesterday Jeff and and others one that's just emerged is the ilium has a lot of motors on it the e hang was just announced out of China you've got this flike there are many others and mine here the vision beetle right now using today's technology the e hang has about a 20 minute range here's a video of it from the I think it was the CES Expo you now I'm going to go forward on this in the interest of time but the price point was somewhere between 200 and 300 thousand and it's clearly designed for autonomous taxing of people but with a 20-minute range not much fun and this brings in the collaborative element of first of all why go into aviation first of all I've been a pilot all my life I've flown lots of aircraft several hundred types some of them really scary fun mostly and there's there's you get to the point where you have this ultimate idea of what a flying toy is and the strategy behind this is this is designed to support energy breakthroughs that's its purpose but it's also designed to show a direction of where we can go in transportation either with a closed system or open system with closed system physics this has you know a thousand two thousand mile range potential and in open system physics of course unlimited range it's also conventional in that it's a ducted fan and we're not getting into areas where I can talk and where I can't but where we're playing with more advanced propulsion obviously but in this present rendition it's supposed to be more public than other technologies and therefore it's a ducted fan quadcopter now the e hang had a lot of money put behind it obviously what we've got behind this so far as that video is a $500 video as this great program online called blender and it's an open-source system so I was able to do the the modeling myself and then I got some other blender enthusiasts to do the animation in the scenes but where this differs is of course in range in practicality this is a high speed craft it can take you anywhere and and it's also designed actually to go underwater in later versions so take off out of your backyard fly wherever you want to go and have freedom so the thing that differentiates this from other craft is that it is a tilt rotor and each of these rotors is autonomous in in that they can operate independently which gives you some pretty wild performance capabilities anyway I'm going to move along from this one to but that's the vision beetle and and one of the things that came out of that lecture last week is that we made a connection with some a group in Africa that has some of the most advanced drone work on the planet they're working to thought poachers and so that project has actually taken a leap forward simply because I gave a lecture and that's the idea we need to support some of the projects that we'll get some of our technologies out I do want to address the term free energy I love the term free energy because it's very specific the energy is free it's we're not talking about free equipment you didn't save free equipment and I got many colleagues that say oh I don't want to say free energy you know what Jedi it's free that's the basis of an abundant based economy that's powerful the energy is free how you tap it get smart find the cheapest way also the idea of using energy as a currency purely a transition move if it's a it's eventually free currency can only be a transition move but it does maybe have its place although after seeing and technocracy thing that really scares me I'm really not going to get into the history but I have really studied it it goes back a long way and there are absolute heroes with some of the names on that list and that's just a small percentage Jeff covered some of the guys like human and people like Russell Keely schauberger tesslar especially these are sort of the big four to me that's where my education started this is a free energy system this is an open system energy system and now I'm not going to talk about wind and solar much but the source of energy comes from the Sun it's not in the panel you stick that in a closet it does nothing that's an open system technology not the most practical but it's doing the job right now in our current paradigm wind now I to two years ago I came up with an example and Jeff talked about it briefly because I come out of an aviation background in aerodynamics I know the subject somewhat and the way conventional wind turbines are made to me is ludicrous and so I came up with a design that it's actually that somewhere it won the aerodynamicist came up with a hundred and twenty-two times more efficient and another one has done a physicist had studied it and and we'll get into that in a little bit but essentially wind turbines can use drag and what I mean by drag is that Ridge is drag it's an obstacle the wind has to go through around it and the wind was forced to go around something with no penalty just got in the way so what I've done is incorporate that into the design itself see that big disk right there notice that that's pointed into the wind so the wind is coming this way what I'm doing is creating an obstacle forcing the air to accelerate before I use it and when it reaches its maximum point of leverage and velocity and the velocity goes up radically the the force goes up radically with velocity so by pointing all the blades into the wind at the the maximum point of leverage you make use of all the air going through that area rather than just a very small amount like that anybody looking at that free blade system realizes that most of that air does absolutely nothing as a class but blasts on through there only the tips do the work let's go through this all right I'm not going to talk about any of the stuff we've got a dam and she bad there's a lot of different systems and and an incredible resource but this is one of the ways that Jeff and I met because we were both working with a similar technology he calls it the CQ I call a peripheral jet but it is actually the same kind of technology as that wind turbine and so what I'm hoping to do here is show a tie between these systems where there's some fundamental principles occurring throughout one of the combinations with that turbine is this the Lord's pump this is Al Throckmorton and he basically took a ram pump idea which uses water as a piston and drives that with hydrogen oxygen mix and that's purely separated from water with a high efficiency water cracker and higher efficiency the better and this is not about electrolysis separation of water this is about more intelligent ways and Vernon can talk about that more also because water is a very useful substance as an amplifier not a fuel very important distinction between those two open system physics understands that any substance any matter is a potential amplifier it's not something that gets thrown away afterwards because it was converted into something unusable or destructive and that's what fuel is a completely different concept so the idea was to have the pump drive the turbine if the turbine wasn't overunity enough by itself and that's how that link was made so we've gone in in parallel development on both those projects and it's it works quite well this is one I talked about two years ago because it's the most rudimentary and simple example of going from that same amplification of force with the wind turbine to treating an impact and disassociating molecules into atoms in this case you're basically slamming a droplet of water into a into a wall and the resultant toroid expansion wave basically separates inertially the hydrogen and oxygen and creates very low pressure very high static regions which then ignite that same pulse to put that simply you make a bunch of steam with a diesel fuel injector it's still under development and Richard as I believe moving to India this is something I invented 1012 years ago before I really knew a lot of this other stuff probably a download I came across Tesla's valvular conduit which is a one wave fluidic diode and I developed this variation on it Al Throckmorton excuse me is moving forward with this also Russ Gries made some 3d printed parts and it works very well the idea is that you can actually create a detonation inside this device and it goes back to some very interesting notes of Tesla from many many years ago which has since disappeared over off the net which he claimed that if you applied heat to his gonne do it and he had water flowing through it at some point after it reached reached a resonant pulse you could remove the bouncing burner which would make it a very very simple device so we're hoping to have more results on that soon I want to show a movie of this we now we're going to get into cavitation a little bit further and I'm not going to spend a lot of time here but I would encourage seeing more II Kings lecture of BM 2013 great lecture on cavitation and how it overlaps HHO Peter grano and Neil grano did some early work with cavitation pulses and this overlaps the amplification approach of things like the the wind turbine peripheral jet and now takes us into implosion physics and LNR and releases of much more powerful energy at a small scale and you can find a phenomenal example right here in nature called the pistol shrimp looks like it froze anyway now going further into this LeClair gave a very good lecture two years ago p.m. and this is where we have to be careful because they they actually did get a dose of gamma in their research but this is nano spire and excellent work and and one of the approaches they've taken is to release a lot of their information onto the net for their own protection but they're still like many of us the in need of funding but this of course uses the same kind of effect to release energy from the very small and amplifier in this case you're getting alchemic effects because I'm not going to go into the because that would be too long we've got to move on but it's a fascinating subject and explains a lot about Elian are and I consider them to be one of the top in in that field it also breaches into an area return unfortunately I can't talk about but if if you want to find out more depending on who you are we can go into some of the other stuff that we're doing that unfortunately I can't speak about here but it really is exciting stuff and it explains so much that I've been in search of for so many years and believe me open system is the energy technologies there are very very simple ways of achieving this we now know this here are some of the other people that have worked with it obviously Russ said that he's working with it Joe sells a fascinating device Vernon's got a lot of experience with that and we've obviously seen some alchemic reactions I'm working with and friends with honored to know over eight alchemists that all have a different perspective on that field it's fascinating stuff everything from remediation of nuclear waste to profound effects on consciousness and the history I want to talk about Browns gas because here's another thing that's right in front of our nose Browns gas temperature of that flame 260 degrees Fahrenheit compared to acetylene the Sun now look at this tungsten melts at 6,200 degrees vaporizes at over 10,000 degrees yet that flame will take tungsten to those temperatures almost instantly as a video about that I'll be very quick but this is Denny Klein I think he came up put his own name on it of I think he he was the one that called @hh oh yeah we don't have sound on it but that's okay but here he is ripping through various materials with a 260 degree flame which won't boil water by the way so very interesting it leads you down some very interesting conclusions I'll leave it at that but it shows that when you jump from 260 degrees to 10,000 degrees almost instantly where's that energy coming from very important question I'll move quickly through some of these technologies just so this is going to be available on the internet so you'll be able to go back and spend more time on each one of these but induction heating is a fascinating area and believe it or not has much in common with what I just showed you there's similar principles throughout all of this Norden gel Norden did some work on the g gene and I should have put his credits up there I'm sorry but also infinitely salve has a unit that seems to be working this is where you're using induction which is commonly used to actually go beyond 100% efficiency levels and we have technologies that we could call it Co P or whatever you want but essentially getting four to ten times amplification of input this is Phoenix energy NV I visited them really great guys they come out of the nuclear and conventional industries and they have out ten times amplification and this can make for a very simple centralized system so for conversion of existing nuclear plants for instance I have other technology examples that I would use for say coal plant conversion but essentially the main power plants are steam engines and this kind of technology has a role to play in decentralizing those centralized structures or at least converting them to feuless power sources at the same time making sure that we have ways to build the same devices as individuals brilliant light power formerly black light power they've been around for a long time they've been well funded and the thing I find fascinating about this is because the research and the theories that Randal Mills has about collapsed 8 atoms matches precisely some of the other work I've been involved with weren't going to pap or that in detail but interesting work and he claims he has a viable technology now cash is quite an enigma I'm not going to go deep they're just like Vernon wasn't but I think some people have been very frustrated others have dove in with both feet and I know one group in Peru has actually got confirmation of his technologies working for power generation I believe that there's a very very strong link between what he calls Gans and plasmatic to or me state materials or monatomic elements the the alchemy I'm almost certain of that there's a lot of electromagnetic systems to worry and in India I mentioned because it's fairly complicated there are simpler systems but this is this is a this is a great development IBM they've been around for a long time and all indication is that their systems work also electromagnetic infinities have they have a lot of different experiments they've done and some compelling videos I'm hoping to get over to see them soon platinum invests has been around for a couple of years they obviously have funding and it's hard to tell where they are in terms of what they're commercializing I want to come back to graphene because this is this is a big deal because it is something that can affect us at a grassroots and pork I wish I could remember his name is a researcher in England I had it in my notes that's done a lot of work to open-source how to make your own graphene why is this important because in the last year I've come across four different research projects where we now know graphene is able to produce energy this is really cool it's specific ways I can't go into some of those unfortunately but there are more than one and the potential for power density is every bit as high as the power density of graphene batteries so we're talking about the ultimate solid-state CP module and I think we'd be well-served to pay a lot of attention to this so how does this all over interact and again I put NDA up there because unfortunately if you want to know more about some of these things and obviously we can't cover too much in an hour you know I can talk to people privately and my primary function is to connect people as much as possible both in the open and as their privacy demands and I've had the privilege to become involved in a lot of projects that I wouldn't otherwise have been able to do for me it's given me kind of an eagle eye view on the field I I'm just that type I need to see all these different perspectives but it's given me I think some understanding of what's going on at the most basic level and from that perspective I I seem to be able to help various projects by contributing ideas and and hopefully getting as much collaboration going as possible collaboration is everything each one of us I run into so many inventors unfortunately because this system we've created cultivates huge egos and in in the inventor realm that ego manifests itself often in this idea that I'm the only one that's discovered this I've got a solution that will solve all the world's problems and I'm the one and you just wants are you poor I'll do what I can to convince you now the chances are there it's gonna be later on after some pain but it is very very important for us to overcome that fear and that especially of the predation of investment I found that 95% of the investment opportunities out there have been predatory highly predatory on the other hand because the fear-based paradigm that many of the inventors are in it can create similar problems and we've got to overcome that ego we have got to none of us are more important than anybody else and sooner we realize we're one not many separate isolated I'm better than news we'll move forward much quicker alright well this is what we really are facing if we can just become strong enough as a group to overcome the obstacles we're facing I believe that we've got an amazing future if we hold on to that be Jedi's like Susan said and reality is an open system no ifs ands or buts and use that argument if you don't have a better one yourself and if you do please come see me so I can use it all right thanks and thank you very much Mike waters thank you very much listening to that presentation it was astounding and I think that if even just one or two of those technologies that we just you just showed and that aren't even theory that are working models one or two of those technologies were implemented the world would change so thank you yes you

6 Comments

  1. Sunsaver FromNHH said:

    Excellent lecture! A concise estimate of the insane condition of our world. I have constructed several working models based on a theory of quantum inertia, basically doubling the power of the typical electric motor-while also cutting it's weight in half. This would mean, for example, "4X over-unity", or getting 800 miles per charge, instead of only 200 miles per charge, without any improvements to the battery. Electric aircraft with long range are now possible- today. It's a scalable tech that could use recycled materials and help bring clean energy to developing nations- if nothing else, than by doubling or quadrupling the output of wind power, etc. I would love to connect with Mike Waters and discuss the potential for commercial, consumer, or industrial applications for these type of quantum energy systems and resonant amplifiers. An inventor like me just wishes he had the funds to build whatever he wants, but i really want to get into manufacturing and build a profitable, new business, based around doing what i enjoy doing- building energy machines or more advanced, high-powered machines for niche' customers or private contractors- (not wasting investors money). My goal is to get paid for results- not promises. I don't mind signing any NDs- if i think somebody might have some useful data or science observation that i actually need, or some new tech that i could use to compliment my own. "Polymagnets" comes to mind- i would sign away my first born child for a chance to really work with their team and see inside their tech, their data, and their patent applications for programmed magnetic fields. I am writing the bylaws for a new corporation, and at least one patent application in the works, but still looking for ideas and "seed capital". My email is [email protected] Also, Jason Verbelli knows how to reach me (John Gay) on Facebook. Thanks.

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  2. Dr Scott said:

    I really heard nothing new.

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  3. Jimmy Corkhill said:

    The uk graphene guy….I think it is robert Murray smith….who you was referring to. Fascinating presentation. Best wishes. FreeJulianAssangeFreePalestineFreeUsAll.

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  4. Johnny Usa said:

    Don't want to hear this guy say uh or um or ummm even one more time. I'm hoping as the talk progresses he lays of the ums.

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  5. Loupy said:

    Tooooo much fluff…again.

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  6. Christopher-tipstrum Leslie-Stanley said:

    OK, it used to be Project, now it's going a to be a Movement, that's fine. It is sick that we aren't collecting energy from the ionosphere like Tesla. They WILL cut off your fingers though. Do you have your bullet proof vest, your bomb proof car, and your poison proof stomach? great! There's another one of those neuro-lingistic words, "Agenda," like it's set in stone. SAFETY, GREEN, AGENDA. If you come across these, run like hell.
    Or turn around and fight, ever been in the corner? I'm still waiting for the beef. Spit it out already. Do you think Enki carried that little hand bag around for Guccione? It's his power source! Wow!

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