It is indeed a successor to the MIST device. I went out and spent a
couple of days with Richard Aho and Bill, but no I did not see a working
stem generator. I am however working with someone who did on a
previous visit. At its heart all the data/video etc that I have seen is
consistent with water that is at high pressure being converted to steam
with no additional energy being input at the point when the conversion
takes place. Water and steam enthalpy tables show that this is not
possible without some kind of LENR like activity providing additional
energy during the conversion process.
Very little scientific investigatory work has been done, which is
something that I am working to sort out. I am also hoping to build on
the possible links between it and the electrospray experiment that I am
also associated with where energy gain was seen, something that I go
into in the notes.
On 22/09/2017 22:04, Jones Beene wrote:
Very interesting indeed … unless this is the old MIST device… but it
is doubtful that proton fusion is involved, even if there has been a
breakthrough - especially without measureable radiation.
Did you see any kind of radiation signature?
The main problem with a similar older technology has been lack of
measurement of all the subsystems. I am assuming that what you are
working with is derived from the system being promoted by Richard Aho,
once called MIST:
My associates visited the facility in Florida several years ago, and
came away very disappointed since they had been promised to be shown a
Despite all the talk, there was no engine then which could actually
run by itself on water/steam. There were many, many excuses but AFAIK
it looks good on paper but has not been shown to actually run without
another system supplying the very high pressure required by the injectors.
Perhaps there has been a bona fide breakthrough and things have
changed, but … $64 question … Have you actually seen it running on
water/steam without electrical input and without another system
supplying the high pressure water? If so, for how long?