Free Energy Produced – Einstein Proven Wrong

It’s been a while since I’ve checked in with my favorite energy company, and much to my surprise, they have reported actual power production with their new method for producing energy.

www.blacklightpower.com…

Cranbury, NJ (November 29, 2010)—BlackLight Power, Inc. (BLP) today announced that CIHT (Catalyst-Induced-Hydrino-Transition) technology has been independently confirmed by Dr. K.V. Ramanujachary, Rowan University Meritorious Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

“We have demonstrated the ability to produce electrical power using chemical systems for the direct production of electric power from the conversion of hydrogen to hydrinos, a more stable form of hydrogen,” said Dr. Randell Mills, Chairman, CEO and President of BlackLight Power, Inc. “CIHT has a forecasted nominal cost per unit of power compared to that of thermal-based systems and produces electricity without requiring enormous thermally-driven mechanical generators. Consequently, more rapid dissemination is expected by deploying many autonomous distributed units that circumvent the huge barriers of entry into the power markets such as developing and building massive billion-dollar power plants with their associated power distribution infrastructure. This is especially true in emerging markets.”

I believe these guys will single handedly save the United States population from starving to death during the coming currency crisis.

Yet another stick in the eye for all the Einsteinian relativists that clog up our academic institutions with their utter drivel.

Further, www.blacklightpower.com…

GEN3 Partners and Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) Scientists have confirmed the light signature of hydrino formation, high-energy radiation emitted as the electron of the hydrogen atom undergoes a transition below what was previously considered the lowest energy state. Read the results in the GEN3 and CfA Report “Validation of the Observation of Soft X-ray Continuum Radiation from Low-Energy Pinch Discharges in the Presence of Molecular Hydrogen.”

Einstein was wrong.

Thank god people like Mills are still around. We need more people who disbelieve the lies mainstream scientists spew out. All the mainstream cares about is hording government research grants and prestige. They don’t give a damn about real science. A bunch of fantasy fiction loving math geeks that think they can create reality out of numbers.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Mwolf62

    Yes, I agree. lame stream science is a house of cards. smoke and mirrors. I hope BLP is for real. A signature from an hydrogen atom below ground state? That over turns quantum physics. Or completes it at best.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      Yeah, they are for real alright.

      For the record, I don’t completely agree with Mills’ take on atomic structure, but he’s faaaaaaar closer to what is really going on than any other research group that is focused on actual product development.

      I still think Gabriel LaFreniere’s theory of atomic structure is the ideal. Mills’ take on things is very similar to LaFreniere’s.

  • Marnee

    I don’t see any evidence to support their claims. See the Wikitalk on the subject:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3ABlacklight_Power

    “The work was done at CfA in space rented by BLP but Harvard was not involved in the research beyond renting the space to BLP and perhaps providing some technician support for the equipment. Davefoc (talk) 02:27, 13 March 2011 (UTC)”

    “There is plenty of scope for explaining that heat gain without resorting to the kinds of dramatic rewriting of science that BLP claims. Nobody could reasonably proclaim that there is a “below ground state” energy level for hydrogen on the basis of this paper.”

    That seems fair.

    I checked the CfA website and there is no mention of this experiment or the results. If I were you, before I believed these guys, I would contact CfA and find out their involvement. The paper is misleading if all they did was rent lab space. And that alone should tell you something.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      I believe Rowan University before I believe anything on wikitalk.

      I can see the test results for myself.

  • Marnee

    I don’t see any evidence to support their claims. See the Wikitalk on the subject:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3ABlacklight_Power

    “The work was done at CfA in space rented by BLP but Harvard was not involved in the research beyond renting the space to BLP and perhaps providing some technician support for the equipment. Davefoc (talk) 02:27, 13 March 2011 (UTC)”

    “There is plenty of scope for explaining that heat gain without resorting to the kinds of dramatic rewriting of science that BLP claims. Nobody could reasonably proclaim that there is a “below ground state” energy level for hydrogen on the basis of this paper.”

    That seems fair.

    I checked the CfA website and there is no mention of this experiment or the results. If I were you, before I believed these guys, I would contact CfA and find out their involvement. The paper is misleading if all they did was rent lab space. And that alone should tell you something.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      I believe Rowan University before I believe anything on wikitalk.

      I can see the test results for myself.

  • Marnee

    I don’t see any evidence to support their claims. See the Wikitalk on the subject:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3ABlacklight_Power

    “The work was done at CfA in space rented by BLP but Harvard was not involved in the research beyond renting the space to BLP and perhaps providing some technician support for the equipment. Davefoc (talk) 02:27, 13 March 2011 (UTC)”

    “There is plenty of scope for explaining that heat gain without resorting to the kinds of dramatic rewriting of science that BLP claims. Nobody could reasonably proclaim that there is a “below ground state” energy level for hydrogen on the basis of this paper.”

    That seems fair.

    I checked the CfA website and there is no mention of this experiment or the results. If I were you, before I believed these guys, I would contact CfA and find out their involvement. The paper is misleading if all they did was rent lab space. And that alone should tell you something.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      I believe Rowan University before I believe anything on wikitalk.

      I can see the test results for myself.

  • Marnee

    I don’t see any evidence to support their claims. See the Wikitalk on the subject:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3ABlacklight_Power

    “The work was done at CfA in space rented by BLP but Harvard was not involved in the research beyond renting the space to BLP and perhaps providing some technician support for the equipment. Davefoc (talk) 02:27, 13 March 2011 (UTC)”

    “There is plenty of scope for explaining that heat gain without resorting to the kinds of dramatic rewriting of science that BLP claims. Nobody could reasonably proclaim that there is a “below ground state” energy level for hydrogen on the basis of this paper.”

    That seems fair.

    I checked the CfA website and there is no mention of this experiment or the results. If I were you, before I believed these guys, I would contact CfA and find out their involvement. The paper is misleading if all they did was rent lab space. And that alone should tell you something.

    • http://fascistsoup.com/ Michael Suede

      I believe Rowan University before I believe anything on wikitalk.

      I can see the test results for myself.

  • Alpha Buford

    thank you friend.