Max Nozin UA/RU SPECIALIST & MOD
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    Self-powered generators are 24/7. As they enter the market they will be an inexpensive, much faster to implement, alternative to intermittent wind and photovoltaics.

    Can you mention at least one technical problem in bringing self-powered generators to marked please. Typical story is that it is a simple and works like a charm. Everyone opens presentation talking about trillions of dollars in potential market. Hard to see what is stopping the tech from going mainstream apart from deep state, oil lobby and all other kinds of men in back.

    Max Nozin , “- the word 'MHD' was said every five minutes. Amazing tech, simplest, no moving parts, highest efficiency etc. Not a single word on what prevents such goodness from being made and shown”.


    Risking to sound like a broken record, I must once again repeat the following: MHD is allegedly a high efficiency method to convert directly plasma heat to electricity, this was a huge topic of research in the late 1960’s but somehow it faded away. It has been claimed that the research was classified and in the only list ever obtained by means of FOIA, of what technologies were deemed to be declared secret by the secrecy of inventions act of the USA, MHD energy generators are literally mentioned as one of the technologies that can be deemed secret.


    I can provide a link to that list if anyone’s interested.

    What would you think about a car salesman if when you shop for the budget daily commuter car would tell you that according to his information the brand he sells is in possession of a groundbreaking tech letting you to reach nearest galaxy in 3 years. That is why you should stop shopping around and buy car from him as he is 'the only game in town'. Maybe an analogy is not very good here, but Mills constantly dreaming up MHD is not making suncell to appear closer to production as it has been in the past 30 years.

    My takeaway from the video:

    - the reactor didn't travel as reddit account claimed but instead joined in from the lab over video feed

    - the word 'MHD' was said every five minutes. Amazing tech, simplest, no moving parts, highest efficiency etc. Not a single word on what prevents such goodness from being made and shown

    - Heat exchanges work was allegedly completed but reactor is still being submerged in the water instead of heat exchanger only. Again no mention of a single problem there.

    - As in the past few years, BLRP is on the verge of making a deal with wit OEM and engineering. That happened before and ended in some work being completed and some failures to deliver form largest US engineering firm

    - news to me was a number 'over 400M spent so far on tech' if I got it right. Previous estimates were around 200M.

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    https://techcrunch.com/2021/01…azon-founders-backing-it/


    When they started, as I remember, the sphere was smaller and no lithium. Now it seems that size does matter and they are adding magnetic confinement. The hot mixture of lead and lithium must look mesmerising.


    I saw scale model of the reactor in the Canadian museum of tech. few years back. That is when they haven't achieved anything except attracting investors and enlarging hardware.

    Dr. Robitaille (Sky Scholar) references V.Pines paper and links lattice-assisted reactions to Sun

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    Thus: Buy your personal Ivermectin. Ask a friend with an horse. Eraquell is safe for humans too.

    On serious symptoms you have to react fast! 4 .. 6x normal dose first day to stop viral replication in cell.

    Can you be more specific please? x6 times normal horse dose?