In six separate independent studies leading scientists from academia and industry with PhDs from prestigious universities including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute of Technology, confirm that BlackLight has achieved a technological breakthrough with its CIHT (Catalyst-Induced-Hydrino-Transition) clean energy generating process and cell. A webpage with links to the studies and the participant’s résumés are at this link.
Blacklight’s power production comes from a novel chemical process invented by Dr. Randell Mills that causes the latent energy stored in the hydrogen atom to be released as a new primary energy source.
Dr. Mills explains in broad brush strokes what’s happening, “BlackLight’s continuously operating, power-producing system converts ubiquitous H2O (water) vapor directly into electricity, oxygen, and a new, more stable form of hydrogen called Hydrino, which releases 200 times more energy than directly burning hydrogen.”
The hydrino is a new form of hydrogen, which was theoretically predicted by Dr. Mills and produced and characterized by Blacklight Power. Hydrinos are produced as energy is released from the hydrogen atom as the electron transitions to a lower-energy state, resulting in a smaller radius hydrogen atom.
The aforementioned CIHT power cell is comprised of a positive electrode, the cathode, a negative electrode, the anode, and an ion-conducting electrolyte that also serves as a source of reactants to form Hydrinos. A hydrino-producing reaction mixture creates electricity from H2O as the reactants are constituted with the migration of the electrons through an external circuit and ion mass transport, through a separate internal path through the electrolyte to complete an electrical circuit. The CIHT cell was invented by Dr. Mills to release energy from forming hydrinos directly as electricity. It uses water vapor as its sole fuel source.
Terry M. Copeland PhD, the person connected to MIT said, “With unequivocal measurements of energy gain, well beyond any possible experimental error, a source of energy must be present besides that for the water electrolysis.” Copeland assesses the Blacklight CIHT to be free of toxic chemicals, stable without self-discharges or degradation, and instantaneous power production.
Dr. Copeland also follows with a baseload unit for residential use at the 1.5 kW (about 12.5 amps worth of power) sized to take the baseloading away from the grid.
W. Henry Weinberg, who was a professor of Chemical Engineering Chemistry and Applied Physics at California Institute of Technology concludes his report with suggestions that funding increase to optimize the catalysts output and for producing multicell units.
The CIHT could be considered a breakthrough technology. It’s an energy production fueled by water vapor that is humidity in the air and present wherever there is any source of water. The CIHT cell harnesses this energy as electrical power output and is suitable for essentially all power applications including transportation applications and electrical power production completely autonomous of fuels and grid infrastructure at a small fraction of the current capital costs.
Blacklight looks to be close to announcing power production products for sale. With Rossi’s E-Cat, the Defkalion effort and the coming Brillouin plus others in the cold fusion field, the power generation indudtry is going to change.
The curious thing is the ‘validators’ chosen. For naysayers there will be a recheck and argument these people are not major institutions, etc. It’s hard to imagine any major institution taking private technology and spending time and resources on it for purposes of ‘validation’. What Blacklight has done is about as good as it will get.
It seems that Blacklight can set up the catalyst to control resulting output, that isn’t quite made clear. Or Blacklight is working to get the catalyst preparation working to get consistency of performance. Either way, numerous independent examiners have seen fairly complete assembly, operation and output.
Blacklight looks very real. Congratulations to Dr. Mills. There is along way to go to get to market and Blacklight looks like it’s going to get there.