BROWN’S GAS AND ZERO POINT ENERGY FOR HEATING HOUSES
Brown’s Gas (BG), also widely referred to as Hydroxy gas (HG) or HHO gas is a very peculiar form of water evidently composed primarily of energized H2O molecules in a gaseous (non-vapor) form with the OH bonds lengthened substantially. Hydroxy gas has some very enigmatic properties including an implosive Laser-like flame that burns strangely cool in air and yet can sublimate Tungsten, rapidly attaining peak point temperatures exceeding 6000 C. These very strange properties cannot be explained by conventional atomic theory and thermodynamics since they generally ignore the energetic nature of the hard vacuum of “empty” space commonly referred to as Zero-Point Energy (ZPE).
Owing to these enigmatic properties, Hydroxy gas is particularly attractive for heating because it appears to offer significant “over-unity” capabilities exhibiting a Coefficient of Performance (COP) that may evidently exceed 5 for some circumstances of combustion. This means that every kWh of electrical energy input might produce 5 or more kWh of thermal energy output in a manner similar to a Heat pump or AC unit that transfers about 5 kWh of heat energy for each kWh of electrical energy input, yielding a COP of 5. The only real difference is that the environmental heat energy being transferred by an AC unit is easily accounted for as observable energy, whereas the mysterious transfer of Zero-Point Energy (ZPE) in Brown’s gas combustion is not, primarily because of the limitations of existing instrumentation.
It should also be mentioned that the high COP seen in some circumstances of combustion, may likewise be attained for the production of BG such that 1 kWh of electrical energy applied using various resonance technologies produces a lot more gas than that obtained with a conventional Electrolyzer. As was the case for the excess energy seen in combustion, resonance based Electrolyzers appear to tap the energy resident in the vacuum of space (ZPE) to energize the water molecule. The excess gas production may in turn be burned as stated above to yield excess energy in the combustion process causing a multiplying effect which has evidently been accomplished by the likes of S. Meyers, A. Puharich and P. Zigouras.
All of these inventors have managed to operate test vehicles using onboard, on demand BG/HG electrolyzers powered by an ordinary engine alternator which meets all the fuel requirements of an IC engine. Given that the limited output of a high power alternator (rated at ~2 KW) is ultimately producing all the fuel for a 50 KW (minimum) Engine clearly implies a combined COP in excess of 25, but probably much higher when one considers the inefficient nature of IC engines which rarely operated above 35 percent.
A variation of such a high COP system is proposed to provide the heating needs of a typical detached family home. This needs to be done without compromising living standards and at a very substantial reduction in cost compared to using conventional natural gas systems, electrical heating or coal. It is also important that this be accomplished very simply and reliably with very little inconvenience to the home owner as compared to any other heating system. The proposed system must also have a very small environmental footprint with essentially zero Green House gas emissions making it far superior to any other combustible gas based heating system. This would be especially true with regard to any coal fueled systems which are notoriously polluting.
Scientific Paradigm Shift
Needless to say all of the forgoing defies explanation using conventional science and engineering analysis according to the existing paradigm. The well entrenched dogma considers altogether impossible to get more energy out of a “closed system” than you put into it. However, this is really a moot point since there is no such thing as a “closed system” under any circumstances. In fact, it is a well proven by quantum field theory (supported by Nobel Prize awarded research) that all systems are open and continually interact with the ubiquitous unobservable energy resident in space-time typically labeled as Zero-Point Energy.
Theoretically then, prolific energy can be drawn from the seething energetic vacuum flux using a wide variety of novel means as readily explained within the new field of Quantum Vacuum (QVac) Engineering based on revolutionary new science such as the Lattice Nested Hydreno Atomic model and other novel concepts that recognize that all systems are open regardless of superficial appearances.
Regrettably, nearly all scientists and engineers remain “boxed in” by the existing closed system paradigm and invariably resist the notion of collecting free energy from space even though they frequently deal with all manner of other “free energy” such as sunlight, wind and water flow in open systems. In many respects tapping the prolific energy of the vacuum is no different than using a windmill, water turbine, or solar panel. We are simple unaccustomed to utilizing this generally unobservable form of energy flow that exists well beyond the measurement capabilities of our rather crude instruments (>>1022 Hz).
HEATING SYSTEM FOR HOUSES IN EUROPE
As a first step toward the development and application of an Eco-friendly and cost effective home heating system based on refinements to existing Brown’s gas (or other Hydroxy gas) technologies heating houses there is a need to conduct Proof of Principle, Air Calorimetry tests on Brown’s Gas combustion. The proposed heating system must offer a substantial improvement over competing Natural Gas based heating which is prohibitively expensive due to the Russian monopoly in gas production and distribution.
European Union gas prices are typically over 3 times greater than US gas without good reason due to this unethical profiteering. In order to compete effectively with existing Natural Gas heating the proposed BGHS system must capitalize on the full thermal energy potential of Brown’s gas using novel combustion and production means so as to attain a Coefficient of Performance well over 5.
A prototype using such a system might be prepared, tested and manufactured in Poland or in another EU country provided that there are investors, open to such innovative projects and politicians who will not surrender to the energy lobby (as is the case f.eg. in Canada) and support such a project. Then, the road to clean energy based on the properties of water will be open. In my opinion Poland is in a unique situation, being able to become a leader in renewable energy among European countries, at the same time to enable the public to use extremely inexpensive heating energy.
MARK PORRINGA, PEng. Mark Porringa holds a degree in Water Resources Engineering from the University of Guelph, where he worked for four years as Research Engineer on renewable energy and waste treatment projects. He has also worked in the Canadian Automotive Industry in various Product Development and Manufacturing capacities for five years. He is a recipient of a President’s Award of Excellence for the development of a nuclear application leak sealant technology. His fusion research is conducted as a spare time activity under the umbrella of his R&D and consulting company. Since 1996, Mark has been investigating a variety of anomalous phenomena including low-energy induced nuclear fusion reactions that have been found to occur in a simple carbon-arc electrolysis cell. Frustrated by the growing limitations of indeterminate science and technology, he applied his personal efforts to the development of various advanced concepts in Quantum mechanics aimed at utilizing the ubiquitous isotropic energy of “empty” space, for a broad range of revolutionary power, propulsion and nuclear technologies including the Passive Inertial Confinement, ZIPP fusion process. A key component of this effort has been the development of a new, highly deterministic Atomic model, which very closely corresponds to macroscopic reality. His peer reviewed research has been published in various Journals and Lectures including the Annals of the prestigious Louise de Broglie Foundation and the Canadian Nuclear Society.