Directory:GEET Reactor by Paul Pantone

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(GEET = Global Environmental Energy Technology)

I have been reporting on the extreme cutting edge of renewable energy for eight years, and I’ve encountered a good number of people who swear by the efficacy of the GEET. I’ve also been to a number of conferences in which the GEET Plasma Reactor has been described with scientific rigor. I’ve seen the GEET demonstrated several times.

This appears to be real technology deserving of serious attention.

Think of the plasma arc in waste-to-energy systems, in which the incoming waste stream is reduced to its elemental components (molecules broken apart). The GEET process is allegedly able to achieve a plasma state at a much lower temperature and that is why an engine with a GEET can run on all kind of “crazy” fuels, including water, urine, coke, waste oil, etc. All of these are merely turned into the same end product — syngas, which burns great in the engine. There are also some very unusual aspects of an engine running on a highly-tuned GEET reactor, in which the timing has to be changed because an implosion replaces the explosive event.

The process has been studied and confirmed by Brigham Young University. The GEET process is taught in some college courses in Europe, where they take this much more seriously. -- Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan (Aug. 6, 2009)

A forum of people who attended the GEET classes through the Fall of 2009 and Winter of 2010 have had difficulty replicating the effect, thought some allegedly have been successful and are working on preparing kits for sale. Apparently, getting a system to work is not very easy. -- Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan (June 16, 2010)

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