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  • MarkGoldes

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    Ahlfors posted a short comment by Waters regarding Open Systems.

    Attached is his recent article on the subject: The Pandora Paradox.
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    Sorry to have missed seeing several posts about the Waters turbine on the earlier thread. I was under the impression the conversation would continue on this thread. The discussion on that thread about food was all I noticed earlier. An automatic email…
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    I attempted to upload Rauen's Presentation to the Society for Scientific Exploration which is similar to his Presentations at 3 AAAS Meetings on the Second Law of Thermodynamics. However, the file is too big. Anyone who would like a copy, drop me an…
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    Shane, As I stated earlier I have no objection to being on this thread.

    Ken Rauen, who has invented several engines, ran the lab for Gene Mallove. The Infinite Energy article I posted will give anyone who takes the time to read it an insight into…
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    Le Bob, I just noticed your comment in another thread about Stirling engines.

    You may be interested to know that a Super Stirling engine has been invented by Ken Rauen, AESOP Energy CTO. This engine has not yet been prototyped and details are…
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    youtu.be/vGlDsFAOWXc

    These are quite interesting as well, more importantly the two pistoned ones are cool. having an exothermic process on one side and an endothermic process on the other would sure make them a hit.
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    The documents attached earlier comprise what is readily available at present.

    Work on the Waters Turbine is expected to resume in the next few months. Since it is aimed at commercialization, additional tests will be part of the program.

    New prototypes will…
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    As I recall, most scientists made similar statements when Cold Fusion surfaced in Utah.

    The history of science is sadly a long story of dogma in a field where human survival demands open minds.

    When the Wright Brothers flew in 1903 few believed heavier…
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    "A fellow attending Mike’s Global BEM lecture built another prototype. What he found, independently, was so unbelievable that Mike didn't dare repeat the numbers until he had additional corroboration.

    A wind tunnel was used to compare Mike's design to
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    Wyttenbach, many thanks! Perhaps next year a 100kW prototype will be tested. Much appreciate your comments.
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    Mark U. The output of prototypes and the independent reproduction were so much greater than anticipated, or could be explained by energy available from the wind, that Waters concluded that thermodynamics must explain the surplus. That eventually led to…
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    The waters turbine, as indicated in the attachments, has far greater output than can be explained without including the surprising thermodynamics, which result in tapping ambient heat in addition to the wind.

    The torque on the foundation is clearly an…
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    We have been discussing that very question lately. So far, it looks good. However, until large unit field tests begin we cannot be certain. In any event it is clearly a straight engineering problem.
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    Production will begin with prototype sizes and gradually scale in size. There is reason to believe large units will prove practical. Time will tell the tale.

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    Someone did reproduce it successfully. If you scroll down under WATERS WIND TURBINE on aesopinstitute.org to the last two pages - that and other confirmation is discussed. If fact, the results were so good that Waters found them hard to believe until…
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    The Waters Turbine, shortly after it was invented, was explained to a small wind company. Their CTO erroneously concluded it would only be efficient at low wind speeds, so they passed.

    Waters has been busy with other inventions which may prove much more…
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    The Waters Wind Turbine is a revolutionary breakthrough that can replace the typical three blades and sharply increase the output.

    This much smaller unit will have output identical to the much larger conventional wind generator.



    The science is new and…
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    If all goes wellI further work on the Ionized Gas Reactor will be funded in the near future. The timing is slowed by Covid-19.

    The extensive program will include R&D on several other Green Swans - highly improbable inventions with huge potential impact.