ULTRA COLD DISRUPTION – UCD
A sleeping invention by Dr. Robert L. Carroll (1910-1997) a mathematical physicist, may provide a fruitful alternative to LENR.
Carroll’s Ultra-Cold Disruption (UCD) is a revolutionary alternative to any form of fission or fusion. It is designed to operate at a temperature very close to Absolute Zero.
The fuel is likely to be Fractional Hydrogen, derived from very small amounts of ordinary water. (Mills uses the term Hydrinos – AESOP prefers ECHO: Energy from Collapsing Hydrogen Orbits). There is no radioactive waste.
Carroll was aiming for the stars. His alternative to relativity proposed the maximum speed of a spacecraft is 20 million times that of light. This aspect of his work is so difficult to accept that he has long been ignored.
However, experiments are now possible to test his ideas. Should they prove it practical, UCD could spin a turbine and generate Megawatts of electricity. Carroll believed it would be safe enough for small variations to power vehicles.
It might conceivably replace chemical rockets with a propulsion system that cannot explode and would be much lighter and cheaper.
AESOP Energy intends to prototype the breadbasket sized reactor next year.
If safety concerns can be overcome, a second possible early application is replacement of fuel in a vehicle. Parallel to Mills claims, the needed water for fuel is so small in quantity that it might be derived from the humidity in the atmosphere.
A spacecraft design firm, once convinced it is worth pursuing, has indicated interest in exploring the replacement of chemical rockets with UCD.
The invention depends on room temperature superconductors. Polymer Ultraconductors are equivalents - proven by four successful government Small Business Innovation Research contracts.
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