3381 Plugs
 2. Used Fix-A-Thread thread inserts M14-1.26 14.25mm 9/16
 3. Used White thin F/C pipe tape to seal and ease of thread use.
 4. Screwed easily into 1/2" middle of Fe pipe T
 5. Finely turned off, let cool and examined inside. Cotton swab showed
 black carbon deposits near plug.
 6. Reassembled but attached ignition coil output to plug. Worked as
 before using AC input or DC with door bell in series to create buzz 
 7. Will try Chan oil circulation with suspended Ni next


----- Original Message -----
From: Axil Axil
Sent: 05/09/12 02:10 PM
To: vortex-l@eskimo.com
Subject: Re: [Vo]:Boeing Electric Airliner---LENR Application=???

Mint Candy,
Thanks for taking the time to let us know about your success. I appreciate it. 
The reports of success with Hexane are growing in number and your report is 
most promising. Did you see any indications of radiation from your reactor?Is 
your process easy to control; easy to start up and easy to shut down. 
Have you noticed any diminution of power production as time goes on? Do you 
plan to enter the market as a manufacturer?
Any additional information about your situation that you feel does not 
compromise your competitive position in this new marketplace would be of high 
interest to me.
Thanks for your success and its report to us:

On Sun, May 6, 2012 at 9:42 AM, Mint Candy < m.ca...@gmx.us > wrote:
1. Purchased 60 plate heat exchanger at : 
 2. Purchased Ni at : http://www.xuzhounano.com/a/About/About_Us/ 
 3. Mixed Ni & catalyst powder wth Hexane from J. T. Baker
 4. Filled one side exchanger with suspension.
 5. Evacuated two days ending at 250 C.
 6. Followed http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com 
 procedure using Medical Lesion RFG to spark plug.
 7. Perfect control using pulse adjustment on RFG and Propane flow.
 8. Incredible steam output steady 2 weeks under pressure.
 9. Operating at 650C.
 10. Must now get patent on catalyst.


>From a Rossi interview,


 *It was also clarified that each individual home E-Cat system will utilize one 
reactor core. This is different than what was stated only a couple months ago, 
which indicates just how rapidly progress is being made. If the reactor core is 
the size of a single pack of cigarettes (about 85 cubic centimeters) and can 
produce 10 kilowatts of power, this makes the power density 117 watts per cubic 
centimeter -- a super high value!*

Using lightweight Nantenna technology an heat to electric power conversion of 
over 50% can be achieved.


This anthology of anti-gravity and reactionless technology papers shows the 
interest that Boeing and the US research labs had it this electric propulsion 

The articles from Nick Cook in Jane’s Defense Weekly are especially informative.

 /Boeing, the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, has admitted that it is 
working on experimental anti-gravity projects that could overturn a century of 
conventional aerospace propulsion technology if the science that underpins them 
- science that senior Boeing officials describe as "valid" - can be engineered 
into hardware. As part of the effort, which is being run out of Boeing's 
PhantomWorks advanced research and development facility in Seattle, the company 
is trying to solicit the services of a Russian scientist who claims he has 
developed 'high-' and 'low-power' anti-gravity devices In Russia and Finland. 
The approach, however, has been thwarted by Russian officialdom.The Boeing 
drive to develop a collaborative relationship with the scientist in question, 
Dr Evgeny Podkletnov, has its own internal project name: 'GRASP' -Gravity 
Research for Advanced Space Propulsion.A briefing document on GRASP obtained by 
Jane's Defense Weekly sets out what Boeing believes is at sta!
 ke. "If gravity modification is real," it says, "it will alter the entire 
aerospace business." The report was written by Jamie Childress, principal 
investigator for Boeing's propellant less propulsion work at the Phantom Works 
in Seattle./
IMHO, some of this weird stuff went into the B2 bomber.

Regards: Axil

On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 2:45 PM, Alain Sepeda < alain.sep...@gmail.com > wrote:
 the power density of Defkalion hyperion, is about 5kW for 10g of powder, 5kg 
of reactor, plus pipes,pump and bottle (should be negligible if well integrated 
and MW sized)...

 45MW mechanic, imply 150-200MW thermal,
 so about 200ton of reactor, plus turbines.

 it is not far from the current total weight of that plane...
 so there should be work to make the reactor lighter, but you don't compare a 
marine diesel engine with a jet engine.
 With good engineering, they could make a reactor much below 50tons.

 if miniaturization is a success, 90MW mech. for takeoff could be possible, or 
maybe hybrid (electric/lenr, or jet/lenr).

 so not impossible, but much work.

 2012/4/22 Eric Walker < eric.wal...@gmail.com >

On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 1:00 AM, Axil Axil < janap...@gmail.com > wrote:

It can be extremely useful to incorporate 45 megawatts of LENR power into a 
stealth aircraft. 
This capability will allow the stealth aircraft designer a true UFO like 
performance via a hybrid ion jet engine. 

How would you get a 45 MW LENR reactor into a stealth aircraft? Are you 
thinking of something along the lines of Moore's law for LENR cells? I wouldn't 
be surprised if there ended up being something like this.


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