Universal Reactor – Part 2
|August 26, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Dale Basgall, Universal LENR Reactor|
Dale Basgall has been kind enough to respond to my request for further information about the Universal Reactor design or LEarNeR© Kit 1. To summarize, Mr. Basgall and a team of talented friends (including a nuclear physicist and other professionals), have examined existing information in patents, videos, and the web. A few days ago, Mr. Basgall finished the design for the reactor. As such, they have not yet built a prototype, and would love to have feedback regarding the design to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Basgall was distressed by the way that LENR device designs have been treated as secrets, and wanted to show that not all inventors take that secretive approach. Their team worked to develop an experimental kit that can be reproduced by others. Mr. Basgall notes that the design can be made from all “off the shelf” parts, except for the base plate, which is the “heart of the reactor assembly.” One price he obtained for building this piece was approximately $350 (#2 in the diagram).
Mr. Basgall notes in his response to my inquiry, “I am hoping someone sees merit in this design and picks it apart so I can explain the concepts.” Hopefully, some interested readers will examine his design, and provide him with feedback.
Mr. Basgall notes regarding the device shown in figure 23, “that you are seeing in the FIG. 23 is the entire anticipated basic information a person will need to really make any progress by comparing reactions (LENR), and a device that can be used in schools for a hand’s on thermodynamics teaching tool without the LENR fuel.” It looks like this can be a dual use device for studying LENR or thermodynamic processes or both. My hat’s off to Mr. Basgall and team for doing the work on this design, and look forward to any developments.