Good News from Brillouin Energy
|November 10, 2015||Posted by Jack Cole under Andrea Rossi, Brillouin Energy - Robert Godes, Michael McKubre, SRI|
As the replication efforts of the so-called Rossi Effect have languished, good news comes from the different approach utilized by Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC). A press release published on coldfusionnow.com discusses a recent information session held by BEC in Washington DC. Attendees were said to be composed of: “Members of Congress, congressional aides, federal government officials, industry representatives, and citizens’ groups concerned with the federal government’s progress on developing clean energy solutions.”
The most significant part of the press release to me is a comment by Michael McKubre.
As Dr. McKubre noted in a report distributed at the event, “it is very clear that something on the order of four times (4x) and potentially more gain in power (and therefore ultimately energy) was achieved at an impressive and industrially significant operating temperature of around 640°C. To my knowledge this had not been achieved before in the LENR field. The fact that the Q pulse input is capable of triggering the excess power on and off is also highly significant.”
We’ve seen statements before from Robert Godes regarding the 4x output, but it’s nice to have McKubre’s confirmation. Godes has long speculated that Rossi is unable to control the reaction, and we see here confirmation that Godes continues to be able to turn the excess power on and off. If true, then they have achieved something truly remarkable.
Unfortunately, Brillouin’s technology is much more difficult to replicate for the hobbyist in terms of complicated electronic control mechanisms.