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Energy Alternatives –
2008 Cricket Diane C Phillips
There is more than enough energy in one cup of water to power all the vehicles in the world today (and maybe for the next ten years)
if –> divide and conquer –> one molecule per vehicle
–> take the molecule H2o apart, re-arrange it, then put it back together again and start over –
the mechanical energy potential comes from the release of energy at two stages in the process:
1.) As process of re-arrangement occurs that is holding apart on atom of hydrogen, and
2.) As the process forces the atoms to reconnect into a stable compound molecule gain –
which would release enough energy to –>
–> bombard the H2o molecule with a proton of Helium or Argon / electric plasma arc or neutron from splaying out phosphate ions.
The release of energy would be enough to heat air for thrust, to heat water for steam or to electrify air to separate charges for storing or converting, or to harness by induction into an ionizing field to be controlled for a workload.
Input = a drop or half-drop of water (basic water, clean without contaminants) = enough atomic level power to push or pull a mechanical load
See drawings from page 3 – (insert here)
water drop inside vessel (2″ diameter?)
in vacuum with gyrational spin
nano wire or anode/cathode or same made of nano wire spool with shroud of cooling gel surrounding anode and cathode on each side as in plasma arc welding guns and mechanisms
plasma arc across center of vessel between elements using electric current input or high rf frequency through nano wires as cathode / anode system
water holding vessel round flat side/spin
power bursts would occur through the exterior of the vessel as trapped excited electrons bumped into its surface drive those electrons out from the vessel’s molecular structure –>
power bursts / energy would occur through the vessel exterior surface as trapped, excited electrons bumped against the inner wall’s surface drive those electrons free in an ionized and somewhat excited form in the immediate area surrounding the vessel.
–> These free electrons thus surrounding the vessel could be held by an electromagnetic field &/or harnessed by offering a path of least resistance where they would naturally gravitate to be collected and used to power electrical and mechanical systems
– the vessel contents would continuously seek stabilization and therefore, would be in a position to re-form into stable water molecules as the process continued.
–> power input would be required of high radio frequency or small current electricity/high volt?
–> power output would be dependent on the collecting and transfer mechanisms used.
Take this – use arc welding/plasma tech websites
but use this –> nanowire of barium and one of titanium create current from sound waves
made from this –> anode and cathode elements typically found in plasma arc setups
collected by this –>
in a vessel made from this, this and this –>
* create gyroscopic effect on vessel using this technology –>
* use rf frequency or small current electricity shown to work because of this –>
*nano wires made of any of these –>
* in a cooling gelatinous shroud of this –>
because of these & this –>
*It will do this inside the vessel and at the molecular level because of this effect found here –>
* free electrons will occur because of this –>
*effects between the molecular change and the internal structure of the vessel will happen because of this (these studies that show this, this 7 this) –>
the original water molecules will re – form and stabilize naturally because of this –>
* mechanical and electrical power can be derived because of these known facts –>
* these systems that exist already will be able to harness this energy –>
* the system is safe because of these known reactions from these studies –>
Written by and created by Cricket Diane C Phillips, August 5, 2008