Universal LENR Reactor – Coming Soon
|November 13, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Dale Basgall, Universal LENR Reactor|
I spoke to Dale Basgall on the phone last Monday, which turned out to be a very interesting conversation. Mr. Basgall is a very talented inventor and mechanic, and we talked about some of the bumps and high points along the road of invention. Mr. Basgall is a kindhearted individual who is driven to do more to benefit others. I also learned some more about his team, which includes several very talented people. We’re both excited about the prospect of LENR, and share a desire to contribute to this once-in-a-lifetime process. Hopefully this project will be of benefit to humanity–as we both hope.
Mr. Basgall both surprised and pleased me by offering to send a Universal LENR Reactor to me for independent experimentation once it is completed and pressure tested. He wants to test it up to 10,000 PSI. Suffice it to say, it looks like the reactor will be heavy duty, and I’m excited that I’m going to get my hands on one.
He’s hoping to have it completed in physical form within 30 days. This is just a rough estimate for a timeline as unforeseen delays can often happen.
Hopefully, I can integrate some Android control systems in with the existing setup, and will contact National Instruments about their offer of free LabView software for LENR researchers.
Note: This reactor won’t be doing LENR out of the box. We’re going to have to do experimentation to get it going (if possible). Perhaps Dr. Celani could be convinced to donate (or sell) some of his special wire as he has expressed the desire previously to replicate with different reactor designs. Of course, any results will be detailed on this website, and I might set up some live data streams like we have seen with the Celani replication project.