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Archive of the Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo from May 6, 2015 (plus a few days) of their 5 kW system demonstration, focusing on Measurement Day.

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] for most recent developments.

Scientific explanation for Rosch' KPP buoyancy system
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Latest: Directory:Buoyancy > Directory:Thrust Kinetic Generator by Rosch Innovations AG > Scientific explanation for Rosch' KPP buoyancy system - The Development Team at Rosch Innovations AG has produced an explanation for their customers, describing how their rising float system results in excess energy that can be harnessed as a base load power generation system. (PESN May 13, 2015)

-- SilverThunder 05:21, 13 May 2015 (UTC)

Livestream prepping for disassembly tomorrow

-- SilverThunder 20:08, 12 May 2015 (UTC)

In the last couple of hours I've been in touch with both Roberto Reuter (GAIA CEO) and Detlef Dohmen (Rosch Chairman). Detlef said the livestream would be up in the next hour. (presently, it still shows the last four hours of the same frozen screen image I saw Friday as reported below)

He also sent me a document which I'll prepare to post at PESN made by Rosch's Development Center, which gives a scientific explanation of their process for their customers.

If I understand correctly, the disassembly of the 5 kW system will commence May 13 around 14:00 Cologne time (GMT+2).

My friend, J.D., of Global BEM (Breakthrough Energy Movement), who gave us some great photos and a video of his tour last week, is going to be one of the 10 people who they have selected to be present as first-hand witnesses of the process.

Here is some of the pertinent dialogue:

(Times are Mountain [GMT-6])

: [1:24:49 AM] Sterling D. Allan: Good morning, Roberto. Does the team who will be observing the dissassembly today include someone with forensic expertise to check the floor and wall to certify that it has or has not been masked for a hidden wire?

: [1:29:01 AM] Roberto Reuter: Good Morning, Sterling, we will have a camera team over there and all look very closely - but no forensic team.. Once the audience will see, there really are no hidden things

: [1:51:18 AM | Edited 1:51:27 AM] Sterling D. Allan: Has the 5 kW AuKW been running since the livestream stopped and will it be running right up until the diassembly?

: [1:55:18 AM] Sterling D. Allan: [...] May J.D. have permission to take photos of the building power meter in a before/after, similar to what you guys did before (from night to morning when the building was mostly vacant, in that case, I realize)?

: [7:46:57 AM] Roberto Reuter: I can ask, for sure! But I don't understand your intention - we did that already, didn't we?

: [9:21:17 AM] Sterling D. Allan: It's the principle of "in the mouth of 2-3 witnesses shall the truth of all things be established." The whole purpose of "independent testing" is to show that people who are not part of the operation get the same results.

: [10:00:15 AM] Roberto Reuter: okay - I do understand - but beside - we have no idea, how much energy ROSCH needs every business day - so this number eventually might not be representative

: [10:03:12 AM] Sterling D. Allan: Yes, during normal operations, it's conceivable that they could go above 5 kW, but probably not near 20 kW, unless they have an air conditioner running, or heavy machinery, which I doubt at this time of year. Do you know if the 20 kW system is going to be ready?

: [10:04:25 AM] Sterling D. Allan: Also, it wouldn't be hard to do the math on what the meter says now, versus what it showed when you measured it and do some rough estimating of daytime versus nighttime usage during the past 2 weeks.

: [11:40:00 AM] Roberto Reuter: sure - you are right..

: [12:57:15 PM] Sterling D. Allan: Has the AuKW been running continuously, even after the May 6 "Measurement Day"?

: In other words, tomorrow, when the disassembly takes place, will you also be turning it off, just prior to disassembling it?

: [12:58:58 PM] Roberto Reuter: Sterling, I don’t know that exactly.. I will be there tomorrow approx 2pm and check the meters then.. yes, it will be turned off before disassembly ..

Here's my email to J.D. last night:

: To: J.D.

: Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 2015 2:29 AM

: Subject: questions for Dissassembly

: Hi John,

: Here are a few suggestions for the 13th.

: Look very carefully at the wall and floor, per There was an error working with the wiki: Code[3]

: Take close-up photos. high fidelity, with something in photo to give scale, such as pencil or finger.

: Has the 5 kW AuKW been running since the livestream stopped and will it be running right up until the disassembly?

: Come early, if possible, to get a synchronized photo of the 5 kW AuKW, and of the building's power meter followed later by near the time they turn off the AuKW, and then take a photo of the building's power meter then as well.

: Document what you can of other 20 kW system, if they've got it running. Photos, video. close, far showing both 5kW and 20 kW systems in the same photo for size comparison.

: | Sterling D. Allan,

Livestream still frozen -- now 16:45 hours

The AuKW Livestream has been frozen on the following image since May 8, 22:49 GMT (4:49 pm Mountain) -- 16:45 hours.

Image:150509-1400GMT frozen-since-at-least-150508-2249GMT rd.gif

(click on image for enlarged view)

You can tell it's frozen because the TV image has been the same since at least that time.

So, unless someone on the May 13 disassembly observer panel has forensic ability and access to inspect the fastening points on the floor and the two support beams, the skeptics will rightfully be able to suspect that Rosch had enough time to remove the AuKW demo, remove the "hidden wire", and patch its existence, then replace the AuKW demo to look as if it had been there the whole time.

So, unless I'm assured that such a forensic-capable person will be present for the May 13 take-down, my confidence that things are as they have been portrayed drops from 9 to 8.5 on a scale of 10. You all know how many times we've been burned in the past by taking people's word at something -- people we thought we could trust.

To see why I give it such a high rating, notwithstanding these factors, see my list of reasons for believing this technology.

-- SilverThunder 14:37, 9 May 2015 (UTC)

- - - -

I sent the following email to Roberto Reuter (GAIA CEO) and Detlef Dohmen (Rosch Chairman):

: Sent: Saturday, May 09, 2015 8:52 AM [Mountain]

: Subject: Q. on May 13 will someone with forensic ability and access be present?

: [link and copy of the above]

: Some additional things that could help my level of confidence:

To be able to talk to people who have had access to continuously running systems in the field.

To see third party test info.

Reports of kits delivered and installed and operational.

-- SilverThunder 15:00, 9 May 2015 (UTC)

Clarification on
Image:Other-side-of-demo-wall rd.jpg

A photo has been brought to our attention by Matt in the comments below, and now two corresponding photos, that give us a clear visual on what the other side of the wall looks like, opposing where the 5 kW AuKW demo is situated.

I've consulted with J.D. and Ronny, to get clarification and confirmation, and it seems that they were unclear in communicating to us what they saw on the other side of the wall. They confirm that this cubicle structure is on the other side of the wall, and that is where the "shop / lab / engineer area" is situated.

You'll see from my photo that I'm kind of shouting at them that I'm having problem with the depiction that I perceived from their description that the wall was blank and they inspected it for protruding wires/cables and saw none.

Now that I have a visual, I have a hard time seeing how they could rule this out for the higher of the two support beams. It's easily conceivable that a cable could be run through the ceiling level of that cubicle structure. Ronny said of that cubicle area: "The ceiling was just plain roof insulation covered with plastic."

I'm not saying I think this is the case (that there is a power cable going through the wall), I'm just questioning their report that they adequately inspected the wall to rule this out. Neither of them got up on top of that cubicle area.

Here's an image from the right side of the demo area. You can see the top of the runners of the blue door, confirming that it opens to the right from inside the main/demo hall.

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Here's an aerial view of the structure, with a red dot pointing out where the 5 kW generator is situated. Dated May 8.

Image:Rosch-facility-from-air Matt No 3 08May2015 rd.jpg

From a metrics point of view, this disclosure drops my confidence from 9.5 to 9.0, updated at the top of the blog.

-- SilverThunder 22:26, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

GAIA's AuKW Demo Blog Archives Created

This page was getting bloated, so I archived the earlier material, which is linked in the "See also" section, and at the bottom of each page. Too bad we can't migrate the comments pertinent to that material as well.

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: May 1-5, Surpassed 1 MW-h

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: April 25-30, Including Coverage on Outage

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: Prior to April 25 Demo Launch

-- SilverThunder 19:52, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

20kW AuKW system may be running by May 13 for 5 kW disassemble day

I posted this to our other blog since it's much easier to upload many images at a time there.

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Latest: Directory:Buoyancy > Directory:Thrust Kinetic Generator by Rosch Innovations AG > Directory:Gaia-Energy -- Global Association for Independent Energy & Altruism > Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo > 20kW AuKW system may be running by May 13 for 5 kW disassemble day - GAIA CEO, Roberto Reuter, wrote: "The big tube [will] maybe run on May 13th, while we shut down the 5kw model." I show some screen shots of the 20 kW tube that allegedly ran 6 months in the field. (News:Pure Energy Blog May 7, 2015)

-- SilverThunder 18:52, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

Hartmann's video commentary on Measurement Day

Stefan Hartmann (majorly skeptical) from sent me the following email regarding videos he made commenting on the Measurement Day yesterday. I've not watched them, other than to take a peek to see what they are about. The short segment I saw was kind of like watching sports on TV with the color commentary about what you are seeing and its significance.

: Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2015 9:35 AM

: Subject: More videos from the measurement day

: Hi Sterling,

: Here are a few more videos I made yesterday.







: Here are still some other videos from other visitors:






: Maybe you can link them from your page.

: Many thanks.

: Regards, Stefan.

-- SilverThunder 17:21, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

Measurement Day an Absolute Roaring Success

Story written by Stuart Campbell

Thurs 07 May 2015 at 9.30am New Zealand Time

The crowds came, they saw, they conquered. Gaia/Rosch could not have asked for a more successful day than they got.

I went to bed last night exhausted and slept like a log after having stayed up until 3pm Cologne time, after which Sterling took over for the last few hours.

For me this was one of the most interesting days of the whole lot on the live-stream. The people just poured into the place. At a guess maybe 250 perhaps. All ages and sizes were there, absolutely keen to get right up close to AuKW. And they did. I think the crowd was almost too much for them to handle at times. Many brought their female partners, though I would say some were genuine electricians. They showed just as much interest in the AuKW as anyone did.

The measuring instruments were brought out at many stages, some of which were far more advanced than my clampmeter/multimeter. You could see the people armed with their own gear they brought with them.

All the cabinets were flung open and people were able to see for themselves there were no batteries inside, in fact some cabinets looked almost empty inside once you opened them up.

It was almost like an amusement park at times with rides up and down on the hoist. Though I thought the ladder they used to get onto the hoist was a bit dodgy looking, but I only saw that after they moved the vidcam back.

Gaia/Rosch would have left the building last night knowing that they could not have asked for a better day than what occurred.

Next up we have Dismantling Day coming up on the 13th. Daresay I will be having another late night. But I wouldn't miss this for the world, no way ! The crowds won't be there, just the 10 invited witnesses. But combined with yesterday, this will be the icing on the cake.

-- DJSTU 21:32, 6 May 2015 (UTC)

Ronny preparing to lay slab for his 5 kW AuKW

I spoke with Ronny Korsberg today, and he is getting ready to lay the slab for installation of this system at his home in Oslo.

He's going to video record him doing that so you can see that there are no "hidden cables" being embedded. He's going to install it outside by his Garden.

He gave me this link of where he's getting the plans for his slab. It's dated November 26, 2014.

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He's been pushing on Roberto to give him (Ronny) priority of delivery because he is making a public showing of his system for people to come see, which will benefit GAIA. This would put his receiving a system closer to 4 weeks, rather than 10.

Ronny says he's 99.99% sure this is for real, and he's very excited to be part of it, and is brainstorming ways of helping roll it out on the planet.

Tomorrow he's going to contact the power company to see if their analogue meters will run backward in a net metering arrangement, because he doesn't want to have to install a smart meter if he doesn't have to, given their dangers to health and safety of the home. If they won't he might just disconnect from the grid when he gets his AuKW.

-- SilverThunder 18:06, 6 May 2015 (UTC)

- - - -

Stuart Campbell Thurs 07 May 2015 at 12.30pm New Zealand Time

I just want to add in my advice for Ronny (and others) based on my experience of installing antenna poles. You cannot just build a base like one for a house. Outside the wind pressure can be enormous. If you built a base like a house the wind could just push the whole tube over (assuming it is standalone with no other support) concrete and all. The base needs to be much more substantial than many realize.

When we do a base for an 7 metre tall pole, we pour the concrete to a depth of 1 metre by 1 metre by 1 metre. A metre cube in other words. Note: This is 1 metre into the ground. The AuKW will require even more than that due to his much bulkier size than an antenna pole. Depending on ground conditions we are possibly talking 2 metres or more into the ground, and maybe 2 metres wide. Even more in unstable ground. Its also possible to do a "T" base as well. Into the ground deep, plus very wide in say the top 400mm or so.

Also it is best practice to concrete the bolts in using a template when you pour the concrete.

Here is Gaia's/Rosch's advice, which as they say may need to be adapted to specific local conditions :

: Basically the AuKW can be built on any firm ground. The filled AuKW would be safe even on a frost-free and compacted gravel layer with concrete slabs, but as long as it is empty there, it threatens to be blown over by the wind. The anchors on the wall are - considered purely from the norm here - extremely varied and complicated and would need to be calculated separately for the wall properties. Because of this, we decided for a foundation, in which the power plant does not require anchoring to the wall. Should this nevertheless be the intention, is especially paying attention to water tightness and thermal bridges over the wall.

: A sole foundation of gravel and concrete slabs is not recommended because it may lead to one-sided settlements here, which subsequently lead to a tendency of AuKWs

-- DJSTU 00:32, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

- - - -

At 11 GMT, Ronny wrote by Skype:

: Yes, I have to make a solid concrete floor and [have] started preparations.

: I [will] make a box on top which is also soundproof.

-- SilverThunder 17:26, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

Measurement Day Has Arrived

Sterling's preface May 5 15:10 Cologne

On their sign-up page for this day, people had to provide evidence that they are certified electricians. That is why they are being given up-close access to the system.

: On the last day of this series of events, the 06th, of every electrician will be permitted to take their own measurements, after submission of their business license. Bring this evidence so please with you.

- - - -

Story written by Stuart Campbell

Weds 06 May 2015 at 5.30pm New Zealand Time

Today is Day 10, aka Weds the 6th May which has been designated as "measurement day" for the AuKW.

Right now it is 7.30am Cologne time.

In a few hours the first people will be arriving to start the measurements.

This is going to be an interesting day for many, a long awaited day for even more, possibly even an exciting day as some of the fears are put to rest.

Probably it is right up there with Dismantling day, a week away on Weds the 13th May. Dismantling day will be live-streamed, covered by a camera crew who will interview the 10 witnesses to the dismantling to find out their thoughts.

These two important days will need to be assessed by people who have no previous bias, who can report on the good and the bad, who can handle this both professionally and objectively. They represent us, the people who are genuinely interested in AuKW. What they see and hear is important because they are our eyes and ears. We need absolutely genuine results. My biggest worry is ending up with the wrong people there today, the one's who cannot act professionally, and especially have prior biases. Lets us hope and pray this is not the case today.

I will try and take some live-stream pics of what happens today. Because Colognes' Daytime is my night-time, I cannot stop up all night as much as I would like to.

I will try and do what I can.

Sterling has chimed in : "Regarding measurement day, I'll try to get up earlier, to pick up where you leave off, so you can get to bed."

Christoph arrives at 9.25am Cologne time and does what he does every day,

takes a photo of the current meter reading to put up on the internet on the Gaia Blog :

Image:Livestream 7.25pm 06May2015.jpg

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9.30am Cologne Time, the Live-stream crashes. It will be interesting to see if the anomalies in my previous story posted today "evaporate". Awaiting the stream coming up again.

9.35am Cologne Time, the Live-stream resumes. The anomalies are still there.

The hoist arrives for the measurements. This will take them to the top of the tube. Will they go for a swim is the question ?

Did I mention a shark was sighted circling in the waters earlier ? If not, too bad !

Lets face it, academics are like buses, there will be another one along in 5 minutes.

Image:Livestream 7.38pm 06May2015.jpg

09.48 Cologne Time, Christoph arrives with a multimeter. I wondered where mine got to. He measures. Things do not look right with the panel. He looks worried. If he doesn't get this fixed he could be the shark bait perhaps ??

10.14pm Cologne Time, Christoph is handed what looks like a Clampmeter, but not the sort you find in my kit. Probably a 3 phase one. Has big hoops on, the size of a basketball (at a guess). 3 hoops in fact. One for each phase I guess. I cannot get a good shot of it, he hangs it over the black chair and I can only see the wires.

The crowd on the hoist :

Image:Livestream 8.19pm 06May2015.jpg

The hoist goes up.

The crowd is clapping and cheering. I gather they hiffed one in.

Never mind. Wait 5 mins for the replacement.

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The next lot going up. They are ever so pleased that there has been

a sacrificial lamb previously. The shark has been fed.

That is why they look so happy. No more worries.

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10.40am Cologne Time, someone mentions food and they have all scarpered.

10.53am Cologne Time, all seems well with AuKW. The anomalies mentioned earlier still exist, but it is obviously going alright.

I think this is due to :

(1) The angle of the webcam makes the red LED's look like they are fluttering all the time

(2) The close-up-ness of all the bright lights is making the green flashing lights unseeable.

Doesn't explain everything that seemed to happen during the night, but all does seem well, none the less.

10.59am Cologne Time, the number of viewers on the vidcam has reached a new peak. There are 47 watching now.

11.06am Cologne Time, Christoph makes a better door than a window. Never mind he is having his hour upon the stage.

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Who let the dogs loose. At long last they are off their chains:

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11.28am Cologne Time, Vid-cam viewers hits 50. A new record.

The man on the right with the glasses. He was in a photo above ? with his back turned. I have been watching him. Sure is getting his money's worth. Taking pics and writing absolutely everything down. BUT why not be thorough I say. :

Image:Livestream 9.34pm 06May2015.jpg

This photo is for the armchair critics who said no-one would be allowed near the equipment by themselves.

This man even put his ear to the tank. How dare he. That could give the game away.

He wants me to tell DSH the water in there is fake water sloshing around,

and DSH was right. So we can confirm there is fake water being used in there David and not the real stuff.

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They have been opening all the panel boxes for the new crowd. Even the one which they call the Instrument Panel has been opened. Nothing to see there by the looks of it. Sorry armchair crowd. Another theory about those batteries bites the dust.

I am quite sure that security guard wants his share of the limelight today. It's his last chance for a Hollywood contract I reckon.

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The crowds get even bigger and closer. The armchair crowd will be in a veritable frenzy by now, since one of their grandiose theories has been thrown out.

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Three men, all allowed on their own near the equipment. What has this come too, a mayhem perhaps ?

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WARNING: Don't read this armchair crowd.Could be dangerous for your health.

Almost open slather here now. The crowds are pouring in today. And they are all getting access. Must break your hearts armchairs. But not mine :)

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1.13pm Cologne Time, 53 watching live-stream now. A new record.

Is this John Dow from Global BEM ? Him with glasses on left ?

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HEY...let me in. Webcams can't bend round people !.

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LOOK OUT... this lady plans to fit the AuKW in that huge handbag and take it home.

Keep an eye on her ! Nice handbag though.

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2.01pm Cologne Time, I was thinking about this and it occurs to me, they should have had that hoist there from Day 1. Its a great idea to let people go up top and see for themselves. Could have reserved the shark for DSH had he got out of his armchair and gone to see. We wouldn't have wasted anyone valuable that way :)

2.22pm Cologne Time. Oh dear. There is something disastrous about a webcam and its being waist high that it shows up something that needs sorting out. There has been a plethora of European men walking by and all I have seen is pot belly after pot belly. This is NOT a good look guys!

2.30pm Cologne Time. The live-stream crowd has dropped off now. Its down to 39 now.

2.45pm Cologne Time. I took a photo of one of the extreme pot belly's, but I am not game to post it. I did chop his head off though.

2.53pm Cologne Time. All I can say is they have had a damned good bunch of people visiting and going through Rosch today.. My guess is this has probably been their busiest day.

3.00pm Cologne Time. Time for me to say goodnight and pass the Baton to Sterling. Goodnight all and I hope you have enjoyed my humor.

-- DJSTU 05:47, 6 May 2015 (UTC)

I asked Stuart "How many went up on the hoist? How long were they up there? How many hoist trips were there?"

He replied:

: At a guess at least a 130 people. Maybe 12 or 14 trips.

: Maybe up there 3 or 4 mins.

-- SilverThunder 13:30, 6 May 2015 (UTC)

Here's a shot of Christoff showing the open panel to the crowd.

Image:150506 1502-Cologne open-panel rd.jpg

I sent Roberto a Skype message to move the camera back so we can see the top of the tube and the panel, and about a minute later he had done so.

Image:150506 1516-Cologne moved-back-for-better-view rd.jpg

Now we'll be able to see what they're doing when the go up on the hoist.

-- SilverThunder 13:47, 6 May 2015 (UTC)


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-- SilverThunder 14:00, 6 May 2015 (UTC)

The lift is too far back for measurements. They're just taking photos from up there.

They let anyone who wants to go up on the lift, but not more than a certain number at a time.

Image:150506 1629-Cologne hoist-up rd.jpg

-- SilverThunder 14:37, 6 May 2015 (UTC)

Mysterious goings on at AuKW demo today 05 to 06 May

Story written by Stuart Campbell

Weds 06 May 2015 at 2.30pm New Zealand Time

Today, when I switched on to the Live-stream, which was at 10pm Cologne time, I was especially looking out to see if the replacement parts had been installed in the Instrument Panel.

These replacement parts arrived yesterday, and the presenter, Christoph Beiser opened them, looked at them, and then placed them on top of the right hand cabinet. Nothing seemed to happen further by the time I went to bed at 1pm Cologne time. During the day, up to 1.00pm, he often referenced them to the guests present, by picking them up, I presume telling those present what they were and what was happening with them.

Now, it is possible that these parts were switched during my sleeping night and their working day?

What I saw this morning was parts lying on both the RH Panel and the Instrument Panel. It looked like nothing had happened, that is, no replacing had happened.

Then, at 12.00pm midnight, Cologne time, I noticed the webcam picture was frozen. I sent a Skype message to Sterling and he confirmed it was the same at his place.

So about an hour later (1.00am Cologne time), when the picture was still frozen,I turned the stream off, because there wasn't much point in looking at a still picture anymore.

Then about one hour 45 minutes later, I again brought up the live-stream and lo and behold, it was going again. I thought, "That is funny, because during the night, if it crashes it usually stays crashed."

Then. I noticed, "Hey, plugs had been added to the Instrument Panel that were not there in my earlier viewing. What is going on ?"

Sterling and I talked about it, and then, he noticed the 2 Green Lights were not flashing anymore. Sure enough when I checked they weren't either.

Things which just don't add up are...

An ungodly hour of the night to be working on things, estimated between 1am and 3am Cologne time.

The 3 line digit readout flashing and not settling on any numbers like it normally would.

The Gas Lights not flickering badly. You can just see a slight shimmering now. At (their) night they flicker an awful lot, certainly on the livestream. Steady as now with just a slight shimmer.

Webcam turning off and then back on. Who did that ?

Instrument panel changed

New plugs added in to instrument panel

Green lights not flashing anymore

The Hertz meter struggling to settle on a figure, its just constantly rolling over. Seems to be going for 51.x something. Usually always on 50Hz or under.

I look at the live-stream now and everything appears to be going like normal.

BUT to me it isn't. Is it possible that all the lights and TV are plugged into the mains, now?

From my vantage point, I can't help but think that there are too many clues that drive one to suspect all is not as it should be in this picture.

I'll be curious to see how this resolves as personnel come back on, or to see what explanation they can provide for the "anomalies" I've noticed.

This is the picture I took yesterday with

Christoph opening the RH Cabinet door:

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Now, this is the picture I took today, after the livestream had resumed :

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-- DJSTU 04:31, 6 May 2015 (UTC)


2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: May 1-5, Surpassed 1 MW-h - Official blog

See also


Directory:Thrust Kinetic Generator by Rosch Innovations AG - focusing on utility-scale

Blog:Rosch's 15 kW and 100 kW Demo

Event:2015:June: Rosch 15 kW and 100 kW Demo Measurement

Directory:Gaia-Energy -- Global Association for Independent Energy & Altruism - licensee to produce 5 kW home power system

Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo - 5 kW production prototype demonstrated running continuously from April 25 - May 6, 2015

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: May 13 Disassembly Day

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: May 6(+) Measurement Day

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: May 1-5, Surpassed 1 MW-h

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: April 25-30, Including Coverage on Outage

2015 Archive:Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo: Prior to April 25 Demo Launch

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