This is the second to last step before a self-running unit is completed.
In the video below, you’ll see the UK team test the conversion of VAR power (virtual power) into actual power, with a light bank acting as a load on the system.
A looped system that powers itself is probably only a few weeks or months away at this point.
I’ve been following this development of this open sourced generator for a while now, and I’ve seen other more detailed demonstration videos where they provide oscilloscope readings that confirm the generation of large amounts of power surpassing the 20 kw range. Easily enough to power an average sized home.
I’m sure the “debunkers” and “skeptics” will claim the hundreds of people involved in the building of these generators are all part of some elaborate scam to solicit donation monies.
Given that everything is open source, given the vast number of people involved, given the apparent test demonstrations that include o-scope readings, and given the fact that no investment monies or patents are being sought, it borders on the absurd to conclude this is some kind of elaborate hoax being put on by a mass crowd of people.
I predicted back in February that 2014 would be the year free (or nearly free) energy would become available to the public. Given the progress at Blacklight Power, and the progress being made by the various QEG teams, it looks like that prediction will arrive right on schedule.
BLP and the QEG aren’t the only contenders. A new technology has been developed that is capable of producing enormous amounts of hydrogen gas at virtually no cost. The cost to produce 1,000 cubic feet of hydrogen for the Hydrogen Reactor is $0.65 Assuming 1 cubic foot = 79 watts electricity equivalent and there is 50% energy loss at production, the price to produce 1kWh with the hydrogen reactor will be $ 0.016 (1.6 cents per kWh).
It’s interesting to consider the implications a portable unlimited energy device brings to the table. Imagine internet servers hidden on mountain tops or in remote jungles. Imagine black market production facilities located in caves or underground buildings. Imagine private submarines that never have to surface. Imagine remote islands suddenly becoming habitable. Imagine sea-steading hotel barges that can be self-sustaining independent nations. Imagine people living in the Yukon or Antarctica, running their own production facilities, and using drones to ship their goods around the world at virtually no cost.
The power grid is integral to the continued imposition of state authority. Unlimited portable electrical power undermines state power to massive degree. Combine free energy with Bitcoins, and suddenly you have a world that cannot be controlled by men with weapons.
It’s also worth noting that Bitcoin mining and processing is very power intensive. As Bitcoin grows, it has to remain economically feasible for miners to continue mining Bitcoin. There is presently a debate going on about transaction fees. Free energy makes the continued expansion of Bitcoin possible, without having to worry about the costs involved.