A Journey into Profound Possibilities

 

Charles Bensinger

 

 

From July 26-29, the Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid hosted the annual Extraordinary Technology Conference. And indeed, extraordinary was a good word for the information sharing that occurred during the data-packed conference. Just what was extraordinary in this context? The physics, the chemistry, the math and the many individuals who participated, when taken together, created an experience beyond what one would normally expect from a traditional technical conference.

 

The conference was sponsored by TeslaTech Inc., of Queen Valley, AZ., whose mission is to champion and nurture advanced concepts and products in science and technology. Many of the concepts they promote originated with Nikola Tesla at the turn of the 20th century.

 

Foster Gamble kicked off the conference with an introduction to his popular and provocative film, THRIVE. The film has played to over six million people and has been translated into 20 different languages. This is an impressive feat for a non-Hollywood film—accomplished in just seven months.

 

We set out to connect the dots,” said Gamble. “Our intention was to facilitate the discussion of critical information. And energy is at the core of the problem—the problem being the massive amount of largely unnecessary human exploitation and suffering in the world. Energy (or the lack of it) is used to control people. Nothing faster than giving everyone access to energy could transform the world.”

 

Responding to some of the criticism of his film originating from both the right and left sides of the political spectrum, Gamble explained, “People are hungry to talk about what’s really happening in the world. This film is not about political ideologies. It’s about finding solutions biased on integrity and freedom. We are dedicated to finding ways to decentralize everything.” Gamble said, “There’s never been a more dangerous moment in history. And we’ve never had such an opportunity to make change.” To help with the transition to a more peaceful world, Gamble encouraged everyone to log on the Solutions Hub on the website: www.thrivemovement.com

 

His last comment, “we never had such an opportunity to make change,” seemed, in retrospect, to nicely describe what I observed to be the overriding personal motivating force of the conference presenters who followed. Time after time in my individual interactions with the attendees or those on the podium, I felt the deep heartfelt expression of a personal commitment to making a better world. For the inventors it was about creating breakthrough technologies by spreading the good news about how affordable, non-fossil-based energy could be generated in homes or vehicles could be operated on easily available gases or liquid fuels, and how debilitating diseases could be cured. The excitement about potentially game-changing technologies and new ways of harnessing nature’s miracle elements was ever-present and palpable. And certainly, extraordinary change would result if and when some of the following technologies come into commercial application.

 

The conference covered a dizzying range of unusual technologies. Some focused on providing health and wellness optimization, and others concentrated on so-called free or zero-point energy.

 

A sampling of conference topics:

  • Decrypting Rife’s Extraordinary Technology
  • Rejuvenation of Telomeres
  • The GyroKinetic Prime Mover (Noble Gas Engine)
  • Cavitating Electrolyzers: the Key to OverUnity
  • GEET: New Horizons
  • Tesla Waves, Biofields and Aetheric Energy
  • CymaScope and the Science of Sound
  • Practical Rodin Coil Generator Application
  • Inertial Propulsion Breakthrough
  • Qualar Physics: Wave of the Future
  • Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies

     

The GyroKinetic Prime Mover

Robert Rohner presented his “gyrokeinetic” engine that utilizes a hermetically sealed telescoping gas charger filled with a relatively inexpensive, abundant and harmless volume of inert gases. These gases, a combination of argon, krypton, rubidium, phosphorus and helium, are subjected to controlled electronic pulse effects from an anode and cathode charged to 1,000 volts. Varying magnetic fields are induced to create a powerful expansion effect, which is used to move two opposing cylinders back and forth. Electrons are released in sufficient quantity to produce significant horsepower.

 

Often referred to as a Noble Gas Engine, the engine was invented in 1980 by Joe Papp. Rohner worked alongside Papp for many years. Although Papp died without revealing precisely the physics of the engine or the optimum combination of gases, Rohner and his team claim to have reconstructed working engines. Moreover, they’ve begun to establish a worldwide manufacturing network that could soon begin distribution of the technology. The engine design parameters are now in the public domain, and Rohner will sell the electronic control systems to licensed dealers.

 

The engine is very energy efficient, generating 70 percent less heat than a traditional combustion engine, and its weight-to-power ratio is astounding. A 300-pound Papp Engine can generate approximately 270 horsepower. According to Rohner, the engine is not a heat engine and is thus not subject to Carnot Law limitations. Nor is it a thermodynamic engine. Rather it runs on a plasma cycle that makes use of the energy density of nuclear sources, which Rohnert states “is at least 10 million times that of chemical processes.”

 

A non-working model of the engine was displayed at the conference. Rohner reps described how they would begin distribution of key electronic parts and engine assembly information. If they can pull this off, this could be a major game-changer. Noble gas engines could power a new generation of transportation vehicles and provide community-wide central-generation power plants, assuming the technology can successfully be scaled up. The website is: www.plasmERG.com

 

The Power of Water

Clayton Nolte of the Arizona-based company Natural Action Technologies introduced the concept of structured water and described its many benefits. Structured water is really water in its natural state, akin to water moving across and over rocks, twisting and turning and becoming infused with oxygen and sunlight. Structurally, it’s different from tap water. Whereas tap water crystals when viewed under a microscope create 90-degree angles, structured water creates 60-degree angles. According to Nolte, structured water, when used in agriculture, can reduce water use by 40 percent, can reduce or eliminate water-borne toxins and contains greater life-form energy. In his words, “Structured water is hungry water, freed from limitation.” He added that, “Water’s destiny is to protect us from the dangers of our environment. Water also has memory. Water remembers what it passed through.”

For more information on structured water, see www.naturalactionwater.com.

 

The CymaScope

Erik Larson presented a scientific instrument he designed and refined, which he calls the CymaScope. Cymatics is the science of sound and wave dynamics. The CymaScope converts individual sounds or the resonant structures of multiple sounds, particulate matter, water and biological systems into high-resolution two-dimensional images. For example: an individual voice can be sampled, and elaborate and elegant pictures are created. The resulting images are termed CymaGlyphs.

 

Larson exhibited many very impressive visuals via a large-screen video projector. One biological application of the technology is co-inventor John Reid’s recent research using the CymaScope to create dolphin “picture words”—imaging what the dolphin sees with its bio-sonar. More info on this research can be found at www.SpeakDolphin.com. Another recent application, accomplished in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, was imaging the sounds of stars.

 

The imaging device is designed to sense and record the phenomena of magnetic particles or sand grains reassembling themselves when spread across a taut, stretched membrane of the appropriate material and exposed to a particular sound. When the membrane is impacted by a sound, the particles create elegant and symmetric shapes, depending on the sound source— much like ripples in a pond. It’s also called “resonant geometry”— how the sounds we make resonate with nature and probably visa versa. I suspect this phenomenon may have something to do with the formation of crop circles in fields.

 

Larson emphasized how water can serve as a powerful medium for sound expression as well. Quoting famous psychic Edgar Cayce as saying, “Sound and water will be our next medicine,” Larson noted that since our bodies contain so much water (60 percent), the best way to utilize sound to create a resonance with our bodies is through water. Thus, great potential exists for using sound and water for healing purposes. Most interestingly, he described how when we speak we create toroidal bubbles. The toroid is a donut-shaped energetic structure. Although we can’t see these bubbles, they can be imaged with the CymaScope. For some reason, dolphins are quite fond of producing toroidal bubbles, which are easily visible in water.

 

When asked to contrast analog sound reproduction systems with digital, Larson answered that he considered analog as superior to digital. He believes analog reproduction is able to capture a wider range of multiple resonant frequencies than digital. He described digital as a kind of stripped-down sound. For more info on the CymaScope see www.cymascope.com

 

The Amazing GEET Engine

One other engine technology received lots of attention at the conference— the GEET Fuel Processor. The Global Environmental Engine Technology was invented in 1983 by Paul Pantone, who created the GEET International Institute. Pantone’s goal was to teach prospective engine builders how to utilize the plasma/vacuum process that underlies the engine technology. Over the years, hundreds of students have attended GEET workshops from the US, Europe and other countries. GEET engines are being used in city vehicles, farm equipment, as generators and in boats and jet airplanes.

 

The GEET engine combines several scientific principles, most of which fall within the normal rules and laws of thermodynamics. But an operating engine exhibits numerous phenomena or anomalies not yet fully explained by conventional combustion physics. The GEET engine apparently operates on a plasma medium that is created by utilizing the exhaust heat of the engine transferred to the incoming fuel vapor, which must be maintained in a vacuum. The liquid is vaporized in such a way that a molecular breakdown or reaction occurs, liberating significant amounts of energy. Certified GEET technician and instructor Daniel Gonzales demonstrated a working model at the conference built by one of his students in California. He explained that the GEET engine is a miniature refinery that has the ability to transmute elements into other forms; that is, liquids into plasmatic gases. He termed it thermoinertia. “The engine runs much cooler,” he said “and the process increases energy efficiency by at least 50 percent and reduces emissions by 70 percent.”

 

But, don’t think you can easily convert your current computerized, fuel-injection vehicle to a GEET engine. The GEET requires a carburetor-type fuel introduction system. Conversion would necessitate a bypass of the fuel injection system and computer logic control, standard in most vehicles.

 

Daniel fired up the demo engine, a small lawnmower unit fitted with a GEET carburetor using a fuel mixture of 20 percent gasoline and 80 percent soda and coffee. Yes, you read that right. After adding a small amount of gasoline, he poured in a can of Dr. Pepper and one large cup of coffee. Much to everyone’s amazement, the engine fired right up and seemed to be running quite well.

 

A large GEET network exists called the GEET Club. GEET training and dealer opportunities are currently being offered. To sign up go to www.geetinternational.com

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The Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies

Sterling Allan, creator of the Pure Energy Systems or the PES Network, wrapped up the conference with a presentation of his Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies. Allan, more than anyone else, has doggedly tracked the development of clean/free energy technologies over many years. His New Energy Congress, founded in 2005, seeks to bring together credible and knowledgeable scientific talents to evaluate the range of emerging energy technologies with commercial potential. His efforts have been critical in terms of distinguishing the scammers and hucksters from what might truly have the potential of shifting the world away from our near-total reliance on fossil-fuel energy systems. His goal is to encourage and identify those new energy technologies that are, in his terms “environmentally friendly, scalable, sustainable, robust, affordable and practical, and have behind them a solid team of technical and customer support.” He assured us that no less than 30 genres of free energy concepts/devices exist.

 

His top choices as detailed in his PowerPoint presentation are as follows:

  1. Rossi E-Cat: a cold fusion device. Founder Andrew Rossi demonstrated a ½ MW (Megawatt) device in Italy in October 2011. The company claims that a 1 MW unit could sell for $1.2 million. They plan to introduce a 10 kW (kilowatt) home unit in the near future.

     

  2. Praxen Defkalion Green Technologies: This Company demonstrated a 5 kW reactor in September 2011 in Greece, which attracted much attention. See www.defkalion-energy.com for more info.

     

  3. Solid State Power Generator: Inventors in Salt Lake City demonstrated a solid-state power generator the size of a postage stamp. The process has received third-party confirmation. The device generates very low but continuous power by harnessing the movement of atoms. This technology would be ideal for powering cell phones and small electronic devices. Commercial distribution is planned for late 2013.

     

  4. The PlasmERG Noble Gas Engine: PlasmERG. This engine’s outstanding features include only five moving parts, negligible fuel cost, high-power plasma effect and very high power-to-weight ratio. See www.plasmERG.com

     

  5. Brillouin Energy Corporation. www.brillouinenergy.com. This technology is based on what’s called LENR or Low Energy Nuclear Reactor. It utilizes a boiler that produces 600-degree Celsius heat through a “controlled electron capture reaction.” This device would serve as a convenient and very clean home heating unit, eliminating the need for oil, propane, natural gas or electricity for heating and cooling. Stanford University is currently testing the technology.

     

Allan emphasized that Free Energy could serve as a bulwark against certain major global challenges that our world currently faces. Free Energy Technologies can:

  • Counter the rising price of food and buffer economic collapse by reducing transportation and energy costs
  • Bring about a more peaceful world by reducing or eliminating destructive global competition for fossil-fuel resources
  • Give hope to people that a new, clean-energy revolution is on the way
  • Offer perhaps the only practical means to avert additional global warming and eventual catastrophic climate change
  • Facilitate building a new economy by decentralizing and localizing energy production
  • Dramatically reduce the deleterious environmental effects of our current extractive energy industry

     

Allan provides an E-Newsletter that tracks how these technologies are developing. For more info see www.peswiki.com

 

In Summary

In summary, two key focus points seemed to emerge from the conference— water and the torus. Certain presenters highlighted the generally unacknowledged healing qualities of water and others focused on the enormous energy hidden in the molecular nature of water.

 

Water, of course is ever-present in our reality. It covers two-thirds of the planet’s surface and comprises a major component in our terrestrial biomass, including all our food products and 60 percent of our body weight. “Water is everything,” one presenter noted. “It’s the most powerful energy on earth. It can take the form of a crystal, and it’s piezoelectric and pyroelectric. It has memory and responds to sound and emotion.” The water molecule is composed of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, both normally highly explosive gases when separated, but when joined together, they readily extinguish fire. Without water, life would not have been possible on Planet Earth. Humans would not and could not exist. Many of the technologies presented at the conference rely on water in some form for their effective operation.

 

The torus or toroid is a fascinating universal structure that describes how energy is processed and recirculated in nature at microscopic and planetary scales. It also figured prominently in the explanation of the workings of the various exotic technologies. When the researchers stove to explain how their devices could generate and recirculate enormous amounts of energy in ways that appear to challenge standard laws of physics and chemistry, the mechanism that surfaced time and time again was the toroid. The Torus is a central character in the THRIVE film. The film documents how ancient civilizations the world over often cited the torous as the source of fabulous power and universal equilibrium. Perhaps now we are rediscovering how the powers of water and the torus can reshape our global future into one of profound healing and abundance for all.

 

 

Charles Bensinger is Biofuels Program Director at SFCC. He also developed Renewable Energy Partners of New Mexico, which manages the biofuels dispensers inside the Giant Conoco and Phillips 66 retail stations on Cerrillos Road. Email: newworld@cybermesa.com, 505.466.4259

 

[SIDEBAR:]

To learn more about how a GEET engine works, how you can build one yourself or become a dealer, consider attending a GEET workshop. See www.geetinternational.com. An abridged GEET workshop may be presented in Santa Fe in 2013. If you are interested, send an email to newworld@cybermesa.com