QEG Quantum Free Energy Produced – The Implications

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.

  • Carl

    I think the QEG team is really on to something, and I do believe overunity is possible. However, so far they never demonstrated a self running system, while at the same time HopeGirl talks as if the QEG is saving the planet. How many self running QEGs are there in the world? Taiwan, Marocco, China, Brazil, UK? I have seen none.

    The list of people who make huge claims and have nothing to show is endless. The website you link to, solarhydrogentrends, fits the list. A very professionally made website and nothing on the website to show a working device. And an incorrect claim: 500 Watt input and 222 kWh output is plain wrong. Watt is energy per second (J/s) while kWh is energy (J).

    I would like to see people working on these devices to be more modest and humble in their claims and attitude!

    • http://www.libertariannews.org/ Michael Suede

      I’ve see a video of the solar hydro trends unit pumping out absurd volumes of hydrogen. I wish I could find it. I saw it somewhere but never bothered to book mark it, and I can’t seem to find it through a YouTube or Google search.

      As for the kWh projection, its just an estimate done for the sake of cost comparison. People get their energy bills in kWh, not in joules. People can understand kWh.

    • http://www.libertariannews.org/ Michael Suede

      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).

  • Piotr Fedorowski

    Are you shorting energy stocks?

    • http://www.libertariannews.org/ Michael Suede

      Good idea. In fact, it’s probably a good idea to short everything. The market is going to implode, inflation is going to become rampant, and the only thing that’s going to save us all from starving to death is abundant virtually free energy.

      I think Mills is going to be first to market. BLP is completely finished with research. They just need to get their prototypes built and get mass production of the units started. They have numerous engineering firms working on a modular generator design as we speak. We might see a fully functional prototype within a few months. Everything needed for the generator is completely off-the-shelf technology, so nothing new needs to be created.

  • OneManITDept

    This is crap. You always hear about stuff like this but nobody ever takes it to a university to verify. The videos always have a whole bunch of nattering that does nothing except distract from the supposed good news.

    It would be great if something like this actually worked or was available in one form or another but it is not. It is always reported by someone who doesn’t understand all of it but they have been assured yadayadayada.

    This is always the story:

    “A looped system that powers itself is probably only a few weeks or months away at this point.”

    And yet here is this little gem:

    “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.”

    So I guess it doesn’t really work?

    Well I have a guaranteed money maker that will literally make you money the moment you turn it on. It is a Gravity Drive Powered Klein Bottle Piggy Bank. All you have to do is put $1 into it and since the inside is the outside is the inside, the money never really goes in and so it always comes out forever because on the inside outside there is a small twist due to the inherent nature of the tiny tesseract! For one dollar you can make billions the rest of your life. I am only a few weeks or months away from getting it to work.

    Jost wow:

    “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.”

    Not real Oscilliscope Readings! I can produce EEG readings of my d1ck that proves it has telekinetic abilities.

    I love this one:

    “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.”

    Of course! Because the number one sign that there is no scam or hoax is that there is no sign that there is no scam or hoax. Actually that makes it one of the better scams or hoaxes. There is no open source here. That is just a term bandied about by non-it people because they think it makes them look clever.

    HAHAHA:)

    “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.”

    So you predicted this year that this year would be the year that free energy blahblahblah? Do you mind if we see some of your other predictions? We would like to see dated and timed predictions you have made in the past that have or have not come true.

    This one is amazing:

    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.

    I guess nobody has heard of this new thing called solar or wind power for remote locations huh? Submarines will always have to surface if for no other reason than for food. Imagine people living where? You mean the ones already there? What would you produce in the Yukon that isn’t already produced there? Talk about ill-informed.

    Wrong:

    “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.”

    But the men and women with the weapons are the ones who started bitcoin. Bitcoin control currently resides in a small number of hands as far as controlling shares is determined. Therefore Bitcoin is now as controlled as any other form of currency; by a small group that dictates to the larger group how and what policies are in effect.

    This is completely false:

    “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.”

    Okay I have absolutely torn apart the article and of the few stones not thrown at it , I have only chosen to not throw them because the article is now dead.

    This is the issue with most of this crap like the article above. Most people who know what they are talking about and a little about the topic at hand would NEVER give this story one ounce of credit or reliability.

    The author:

    has no scientific training or understanding whatsoever
    has no understanding od supply chain mechanics when it come to locations and production
    is willing to be taken in by anything he or she sees provided it goes against “the establishment”
    sabotages the Libertarian name due to a complete lack of understanding about the world.

    Your article has been peer reviewed and it is an epic fail.

  • Squidly2112

    Seriously? … Still trying to con people into believing that a perpetuum mobile is possible? … Give it up already … people have been trying to pull off this scam for centuries … I had added this site to my favorites .. whoops, that was a mistake .. [delete] …

    • http://www.libertariannews.org/ Michael Suede

      Mocking me isn’t going to change the fact that your house is going to be powered by one of these devices soon. You’ll change your tune, although I don’t expect an apology to be forthcoming once you’re house is hooked up to a SunCell.

      Mills and the rest are going to drag the world along with them kicking and screaming into a new age of science and technology.