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Asymmetric Parabolic Mirrors on a Filament of Platinum

Inventor: George Sorento

Posted by Mr. Sorento publicly for the first time here at Sept. 24, 2004

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Overview : System converts solar radiation into hydrogen utilizing ASYMETRIC PARABOLIC MIRRORS to create energy gradients that set up an energy flow on a platinum wire. This creates hydrogen from the water. Similar to SHEC labs, but possibly much cheaper and easier to build.


Nature's Lessons

The solar hydrogen process is a very good idea. Some of the best current research calls it "artificial photosynthesis" after all plants seem to be doing very well getting energy by the sun.

The key is "charge separation" or creating a gradient in energy densities which then sets up an energy flow.

In a plant the photosynthetic machinery has a "catalytic core" composed of a manganese atom, 4 oxygen atoms and a calcium atom as the complex's active tail.

Molecules acting as light antennas give this catalytic core energy which then busts water apart and gives the hydrogen to carbon dioxide and starts making sugars and carbohydrates. Oxygen is vented off as a waste gas ("waste" that powers earth's creatures). The great thing is that the plant is only doing charge separation -- just in a way that is biologically tolerable (low temperature, stored as carbohydrate).

For more information on this look in google for such topics as "artifical photosynthesis" "catalytic core photosynthesis". This will give you up to date investigations on the structure and function of the various sub-steps in plant metabolism. If you find the statistic that photosynthesis is "inefficent" as it uses one percent of the available energy in sunlight, just keep in mind exactly how many plants are thriving on earth and compare that with the "efficent" energy use in civilization.

Extrapolating for Man

If all we want is hydrogen, though, it is much easier. ASYMMETRIC PARABOLIC MIRRORS ON A FILAMENT OF PLATINUM!

The sunlight falls in a uniform pattern but by using two parabolic mirrors of DIFFERENT diameter we create an energy gradient. The large mirror has more power than the small. (should be diameter x and 1/3(x) )

The mirrors are in a water bath and running through the focus of both is a platinum wire. The platinum heats. The UV component of sunlight creates some hydrogen which reacts and further heats the platinum. Soon you have hydrogen- oxygen gas that can be used and all your energy came from only the sun!

Why does it work so well?

Well photovoltaics is funded largely by the petroleum industry. So obviously they do for solar power what Judas does for Jesus. The awful truth is the best silicon cells take about 14% of the solar energy and proceed to waste even that in ancillary electronics. However heat is 50% of solar energy and the parabolic mirrors focus and use that. So right from the start the cheaper parabolic mirrors have the edge.

When dealing with any energy source engineering it is important to remeber certain fundamentals:

energy is manifested as a diffrence in two seperated points

energy flow or "power" is the flow of energy from high to low through a gradient or regions of differing energy levels

to tap energy from any homogenous source the device must cause differnce.

This applies to solar,gas,geothermal and even ZPE.

The best way to visualize energy interaction is with the Harp. The uniform force (the player's finger on the string) is transformed by the difference in string length to a diffrence in vibration. These vibrations are organized by the player's mind to make "work" i.e. "the song".

Truly the universe works the same way. Every object vibrates and by vibration of it's matter/energy sets vibrations in the ZPE the fundamental omnipresent medium. In this way objects of differing frequency exchange aetheric currents with each other. This web of connected matter and energy is called the universe. Or more accurately "creation" as the the differing vibrations all part of a whole are actually a song. And what song exists without a composer?

You can verify this for yourself.

#Get a frequency generator.

#Place two steel rods in water. A conventional battery uses voltage or charge difference to create energy flow (- and +) but we are not interested in electrons in this cell. We want aether -- the substance that electrons and photons are made of.

#Rod one is made to vibrate at 20khz and rod 2 at 60khz (ratio 1/3).

#Now insulate the rods from the water. No current is flowing into the water. Only vibration.

Observe the effects.


April 3, 2006

''The following was posted by Sorento'

Hello. As an update I thought you might want to know that nano-nickel works as well as platinum for this setup. also the parabolic mirrors can be replaced with fresnels as long as the proper x and 1/3x ratio is observed. (advantage is sunlight enters the cell from the top so it doesn't have to go through the water to reach the parabolic mirrors of the earlier setup.)feel free to expierment and improve on it everybody! remeber "back to the future" the first version ran on plutonium. the second version the contents of a random garbage can. for those who think that is a merely comical extreme i shall remind you that fusion previously done in huge billion dollar tokamaks. is now done via pyroelectric fusion in little table top cells. there is always room for improvement


: George Sorento

: email: [] (not working as of March, 2006)

: email2: clapim {at} (current as of April 2, 2006)

See also

Directory:Solar Hydrogen

Directory:Hydrogen from Water



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