Blacklight Power announced three replications of their work and claims regarding hydrinos. Blacklight Power still is not generating any commercial electricity and has not widely distributed any test systems for more open verification of extraordinary claims.
BlackLight Power is back, and it says it can generate electricity for $25 a kilowatt (capital cost for the system, versus $800-6000/kw for natural gas and nuclear power plants). A public demo is slated for 2011
1. BlackLight Power 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
2. An expanded team of scientists and engineers at Rowan University completed a thorough year-long series of additional testing of the thermal systems following the announcement and release of their validations in October 2008 and August 2009. Using BLP’s proprietary solid-fuel chemistry capable of continuous regeneration, independently formulated and tested fuels generated on-demand energy greater than that of combustion at power levels of kilowatts. Furthermore, when using BLP’s chemical process, Rowan University professors reported a net energy gain of up to 6.5 times the maximum energy potential of these materials from known chemical reactions.
3. Blacklight Power announced the replication of the extraordinary high-energy light emission below 80 nm from hydrogen at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA). These results, previously thought to be impossible based on past theory, are predicted to be from the formation of hydrinos.
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