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Orlando's QEG converting VAR's into Real Power

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I admit that I don't catch all the implications of this, but it seems significant. Stuart Campbell brought it to our attention:

: We have a positive development in the QEG from Orlando

: Here is a video of Orlando's QEG converting VAR's into Real Power ( by using a transformer as in Herm's paper).



(YouTube July 9, 2014)

: "I misstated in the video 50 degrees out of phase it was actually 90 degrees out of phase until I added the transformer."

: "Please forgive the poor quality of these videos and having to be in 2 parts."


(YouTube July 9, 2014)

: Here is the paper by Herm that is referred to in the video:


Stuart writes:

: We have no real readings of output of amps as such (viz a viz input for running the motor), plus there will be losses in the 3 step conversion of the transformer going from 440v down to 220v and then further down to 120 volts. So there isn't much technical info given in these short videos to ideally give you a good grasp.

: BUT YES, it is a major development, without doubt.

: Many of our negative pundits have been saying that VARS was phantom power, unreal power, unusuable power.... that could never be turned into real usuable power.

: And Orlando has now shown this is not the case. He has turned the 90o out of phase Vars power around and now has made it into real usuable power.

: It would be best to run this past someone who has a lot more technical expertise than I do. But they will be in the same boat, as there is not a lot of info in the video to go by.

: BUT at least it is a major move in the QEG going forward.

-- SilverThunder 00:18, 10 July 2014 (UTC)

Full set of Mechanical QEG drawings freely available

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Stuart Campbell brought this to my attention:

: Update from HopeGirl re the QEG in the UK

: A bit of progress, but nothing spectacular in my view. What was good were the safety tests to see if anything was coming off the QEG in the way of radiation and they were unable to find anything that would cause concern. So that aspect can be ruled out.

: Quote from video:

: "Self-running development [builds under way] happening now in several locations around the world. Target for Pennsylvania, USA, end of July, 2014"


And on July 8, I received a copy of the following correspondence. Clay Graner points out that the document is dated July 4, 2014 -- Independence Day.

: From: Rodolphe Reuchlin

: To: Hope Moore

: Cc: Sterling Allan

: Sent: Tuesday, July 08, 2014 4:35 AM

: Subject: Full set of Mechanical QEG drawings freely available

: Dear Angela,

: If you feel appropriate, please forward the following link to James:

: It contains a full set of properly dimensioned Mechanical Drawings for the QEG. Note that it is aimed at metric dimensions at this point, US/imperial might follow if needed.

: Best regards,


: Rodolphe Reuchlin

: Founder, BSc. Mechanical Engineer


: From: Hope Moore

: Sent: Thursday, May 15, 2014 10:16 PM

: To: Rodolphe Reuchlin

: Subject: RE: attachment

: Dear Rodolophe:

: Hear are some videos from the build in Morocco.






: With love,

: Angela

: FTW Administrative Angel

-- SilverThunder 14:27, 9 July 2014 (UTC)

Half a football field of safe SHT technology could equal Fukushima plant
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Relevance: Directory:Nuclear / Directory:Hydrogen > Directory:Hydrogen Production > Directory:Solar Hydrogen Trends, Inc.'s Overunity Hydrogen

On July 8, I received the following from Directory:Solar Hydrogen Trends, Inc.'s Overunity Hydrogen, composed by the inventor, Konstantin Balakiryan:

: Ladies and gentlemen,

: Thousands of laboratories and research centers are working on the hydrogen problem. They will need another 20-30 years to come within reach of this problem. Even then they will only be able to repeat our results. This is understandable, because we know that 1 liter of water can only get 1 kg of hydrogen and not a single gram more.

: Solar Hydrogen Trends has achieved this results today. Hardly anyone can ever surpass performance of "Symphony 7A". Can you imagine device with the size of a 2 medium suitcases produces about half a ton hydrogen per day. About 10,000 such " suitcase bags" can produce as much energy as the infamous Japanese Fukushima nuclear power plant (4.7GW), which was one of the largest power plants in the world. Put another way, in terms of overall size, we need half a football field (2676 square meters), 20-30 feet high, to produce as much energy as the Fukushima plant. [Compare that to the 3.5 million square meters (865 acres) that the Fukushima Daiichi structure covers -- 1600 times more.

: A few thousand of these same "suitcases" can easily replace dangerous oil platforms of the Gulf of Mexico right off the coast of the United States. The ratio of input - output from "Symphony 7A" (COP) is much greater than 1,000.

: To surpass such results it can happen only in one condition, if my hypothesis are confirmed that when low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) takes place, there is an exponential decrease of energy consumed by an external source.

: If this Hypothesis is confirmed, it would be the breakthrough and as equally important as the discovery of superfluidity and superconductivity in in "Cryogenics".

: Konstantin Balakiryan PhD, Professor.

: Also,

: National Renewable Energy Laboratory in their calculations are stating that average driving range for regular cars is 12,000 miles per year. Cars with an engine size 2.5-3.5 litters are consuming 1 Kg of hydrogen per 60 miles. Thus, one car requires 200 kg of hydrogen per year, or 0.55 kg per day.

: Our hydrogen reactor Symphony-7A can produce enough hydrogen in 24 hours to power your car for more than two years.

: P.S. From:

: President

: Hakop Jack Aganyan

: Any investor interested in our technology will be given protocols of most credible testing companies in the world, including 3 lab composition results confirming 93-97% hydrogen content in the gas mixture produced by the hydrogen reactor Symphony 7A.

-- SilverThunder 13:37, 9 July 2014 (UTC)

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