Governments and universities have spent billions trying to create a new source of safe, clean endless energy. Has a lone inventor beat them to it?
This story is not about politics. It’s about a little hand-made machine that is stirring attention – and controversy – in the world of energy physics, and why you’ve never heard of it.
In its most recent iteration, the machine produced enough energy to meet the electric power needs of an average U.S. household for 1-1/2 months, fueled by less than a teaspoonful of metallic powder. It accomplished this without emitting any nuclear radiation and left behind no radioactive waste.
Nobel prize-winning physicist Brian Josephson has said it “may well be the most important technological advance of the century.”
Dennis Bushnell, the highly respected chief scientist at NASA’s Langley Research Center, has called it “capable of, by itself, completely changing geo-economics, geo-politics, and solving climate issues.”
So why haven’t you heard of it?
It is cited on Reddit