Magnetic Mechanics and LENR
|December 5, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Dale Basgall, Universal LENR Reactor|
Dale Basgall continues to explore magnetic mechanics as this relates to LENR, and has released a new presentation discussing his work. He deduces that magnetics will be important in LENR, and I would agree. In a recent phone conversation with Dale and Roy (the particle physicist on the team), we talked about working to get the Universal LENR Reactor producing excess heat first. Then we’ll look at magnetics as a factor for control or enhancement of the effect. As a side note, we discussed utilizing electrolysis in the reactor to produce highly pressurized hydrogen for the reaction chamber. Things are moving along well with the design, and we’re very excited to see if we can get LENR working in the device. If nothing else, it will be a valuable tool for thermodynamic and automated scientific research in the educational realm.
In the presentation, Mr. Basgall also proposes a simple and interesting experiment for those wishing to explore magnetic mechanics.