Bedini motor and other joe cell playing with energy conservation

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  1. kistinie
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    kistinie Hybrid corsair

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_21KafrwRc&feature=related
    This is nice...but not revolutionary, just a replacement of fuel by metals


    But here starts much stranger effects...
    Among pioneers Yull Brown with a gas production that seems to be based on an energy not controlled by actual law of conservation of energy ...Each word is important !
    In other words, actual laws of thermodynamics could be imperfect

    Bedini motor uses back EMF in a simple way

    An imperfect formula or principle...Not new in science, just new for our actual knowledge


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZh7TiQ1eEE&feature=fvsr
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zihvon92knE&feature=related

    http://pesn.com/2006/04/13/9600257_Bill_Williams_threatened/
    http://www.energenx.com/john34/foreward.html
    http://www.moe-joe-working.com/

    Shall we burn these devils or study more about it ?
     
  2. mydauphin
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    mydauphin Senior Member

    Waste of time.... Area 51 also has Alien perpetual galactic powered outboard 2000hp -run for ever, and are the size of watermelon. They also clean the air, produce clean water and even manatee safe...
     
  3. kistinie
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    kistinie Hybrid corsair

    Allumer le feu

    Oh ! You have matches !

    I"m a good believer, pay my taxes
    i trust diesel and unleaded only
    Cubic inches, save my lost soul.

    You may be right, but i'm afraid that, to answer the questions these experiment show, this won't be sufficient
     
  4. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    How many idiotic and crappy posts will you start here with your nonsense? And you trust Diesel? Why did you remove em from your boat?
     
  5. kistinie
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    All new revolutionary inventions have been virulently criticised.
    The fact that it is virulently criticised doesn't mean these are great inventions

    idiotic, crappy, nonsense...

    Do you think that writing these kind of statements, you will bring anything constructive to the question and to this forum ?
     
  6. Boston

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    I like new and innovative ideas and so Im all for people experimenting with new things
    but in that first video some red flags came up that I feel kinda brought into question the credibility of the demonstration

    1) what is the secret electrolyte and why not just clue us in as to what it is
    2) what is the secret metal compound and again why not just clue us in
    3) why are we not allowed the information needed to test the system for ourselves, those bubbles could be anything

    if we knew what the chemical process was then we could run a few simple calculations and if things all work out
    then all the criticism would be nipped in the but

    anytime some one comes in and says that our present level of science fails to explain a certain event
    I get suspicious

    our present level of science is got a long way to go
    but it is dam good at explaining commonly observed phenomena

    chemistry is easily understood and if a researcher cops out on an explanation without even trying to bring us up to the point were science fails
    then why are we to believe science failed and not the researcher
    which is far more likely

    that is why these type of new ideas get criticized and not because they have or have not merit
    when what they need is better presentation

    if you have an idea
    wright a paper and submit it to a peer review panel
    if they ask for a defense
    give it to em
    get published or not and go from there
    the basic garage inventor fails miserably in this area and so
    finds himself subject to criticism that could have been avoided

    my two cents
    B
     
  7. kistinie
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    Inventor fail often because of the imperfect invention, i share your opinion, but not always and many inventors, at the origin of things we use now died poor

    For the water car it is this principle i guess
    http://www.physorg.com/news98556080.html

    About joe cell this is water and the slow convection movement going across 316 SS is not explained to me and anyone else i guess

    Bedini uses back EMF.
    Many new patent use back EMF for propulsion, this is clearly an interesting direction to go to get very high efficencies

    Now we must never forget that the existing business of energy could loose billions the day a replacement energy will be available, do you think they will wait for this moment arm crossed ?
    We run ICE engine the same way than 100 years ago...My 1956 TR3 does only 20% less mpg than a recent car, my 1960 MKI mini does same mpg . I can't technically understand why it didn't changed more...

    Look at radio, tv, space, chemistry of 1950 and compare with now.

    There is a kind of ICE/energy exception to progress...very strange ;-)
    In philosophy this is called the power of the existing thing that tend to kill all new ideas to protect itself
    And transport is power, huge power.
    When Henry Ford supported Hitler for years , it was not for progress of mankind and to free the minds
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Ford
    http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/~rgibson/fordnazis.html


    In fact it seems that rejection is a common position for transport inventions
    Think of Guy Mochet in 1933 that saw his recumbent bike forbidden (and always now) for competitor after he won world record of 1 hour distance race...
    http://patentpending.blogs.com/patent_pending_blog/2005/03/fastest_bike_in.html

    Recumbent bike is 1907 ...
    http://patentpending.blogs.com/patent_pending_blog/2005/03/fastest_bike_in.html
     
  8. Boston

    Boston Previous Member

    Tesla died broke
     
  9. kerosene
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    about aluminum

    aluminum has nothing to do with joe cell.

    Aluminum hasn't been mentioned in HHO business until recently. I do believe that using aluminum actually works and is being studied seriously. It is worth noting however that aluminum is used as a fuel in a sense - it wears down. And if you know how much energy you need to mine fresh aluminum (not recycled) it comes as no surprise that a lot of energy can be recovered by ruining it.

    Point is its is not energy appearing from nowhere (like joe cell) but a known reaction where aluminum oxidizes.

    In my other posts in other threads when I used "free" I didn't mean it in money sense. But in the sense of physics - anodizing aluminum to create hydrogen is not hydrogen for free. Joe cell creating hydrogen with minimal dc currents is "free" energy.

    H

    from the aluminum link you provided:

    "Woodall said that because the technology makes it possible to use hydrogen instead of gasoline to run internal combustion engines it could be used for cars and trucks. In order for the technology to be economically competitive with gasoline, however, the cost of recycling aluminum oxide must be reduced, he said.

    "Right now it costs more than $1 a pound to buy aluminum, and, at that price, you can't deliver a product at the equivalent of $3 per gallon of gasoline," Woodall said.

    However, the cost of aluminum could be reduced by recycling it from the alumina using a process called fused salt electrolysis. The aluminum could be produced at competitive prices if the recycling process were carried out with electricity generated by a nuclear power plant or windmills."
     
  10. apex1

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    But in this context it is a surprise that you claim to be a mature person.
     
  11. kerosene
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    kerosene Senior Member

    Apex - I didn't get it. Was that aimed at me? if so please elaborate.
     
  12. apex1

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    Sorry Kerosene, how is it related, the energy to produce aluminium and the energy one may get out of it (which way so ever)?
     
  13. kerosene
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    Aluminum is found in nature in the form of aluminum oxide - or alumina. It takes huge amounts of energy to create aluminum from this oxide - and it is done by electrolysis.

    It seems to me that the process where they use aluminum to create hydrogen sacrifices the aluminum back to alumina (or aluminum oxide).

    Ie. in creation of aluminum you input energy to get into higher energy state material - and in taking energy from aluminum you return it to the lower energy state.

    Think of it as burning and un-burning. When aluminum is mined it is "un-burned" and burned again to create hydrogen. Same way I believe that you can use energy and split carbon dioxide to carbon and oxygen. Then you could burn it again. Obviously it would be terribly inefficient.

    I will try to find a good link to aluminum processing.


    by the way - never claimed to be a mature person. :p
     
  14. kistinie
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    kistinie Hybrid corsair

    Aluminium looks like a smart way to get H2 , 'on demand', cutting the cost of compression, stock and transport.

    But this is rather conventional physics behind

    Joe cell effects, specially the convection going across steel is a real mystery as i do not know what kind of physics effect could create such slow moving field.
    A field of something is turning, doing like vortex, at slow speed ?
    Really strange.
    Any lights about this ?

    This video speaks more
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caLgtl2p5KM&feature=related
     

  15. mydauphin
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    It takes massive powerplants to produce Aluminum from Bauxite. Bauxites are heated in pressure vessels with sodium hydroxide solution at 150–200 °C through which aluminium is dissolved as aluminate (Bayer process). After separation of ferruginous residue (red mud) by filtering, pure gibbsite is precipitated when the liquor is cooled and seeded with fine grained aluminium hydroxide. Gibbsite is converted into aluminium oxide by heating. This is molten at approx. 1000 °C by addition of cryolite as a flux and reduced to metallic aluminium by a highly energy-consumptive electrolytic process (the Hall-Héroult process).

    When Aluminum corrodes, become Aluminum oxide and it produces enough electricity to power a light bulb, like a battery. Not very efficient conversion. I know this personally my wife work for ACR electronics that made aluminum batteries that used sea water as electrolyte for emergency lighting on boats and rafts.

    Also US does not have any AL. Mainly Australia and area around tropics.

    Aluminum is good for building boats, planes and soda cans. Not a good source for fuel.... No in this universe... How about the blackholes in center of galaxy...
     
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