to the February ‘96 edition of the newsletter. I am once again computerless
and so thanks must go to Peter for the loan of his machine, and Ashley for the
help in writing this month’s copy. This year has been really slow as far as
new information and activities, especially from interstate where nothing has
been heard so far. Maybe everyone is still in holiday mode.
January meeting’s attendance was down a bit from previous months with 20
people coming along, possibly the result of holiday hangovers. The meeting began
at 8.10PM with Dan presenting the Treasurers report - we have a very healthy
bank balance of $380 and even with payment to Peter for the Extraordinary
Science subscription, we still have over $200 left. Next came the Secretaries
report in which I presented the latest ASTRO Networks Vic. news sheet, plus
information regarding the upcoming UFO Expo in Melbourne to be held in the third
week in February. George has been asked to talk at this conference, so any
others wishing to go may want to connect with George regarding sharing travel
meeting then went onto general discussion in which I reported on the performance
of the fuel saving devices fitted to my car. I have noted that the economy
increases dramatically on very hot days which indicates that the vaporisation
theory is a valid one. Average economy is up around 40 - 42 MPG, a big change
from the original 28 MPG! The previous problem of rough idling, caused by an air
leak in the heat affected rubber hose, has now been corrected by fitting a
Teflon hose to the hot air line. Randal continued this subject with an
explanation of how he has fitted a microswitch version of a fuel cut off on his
wife’s car. This has given an extra 50 Kms out of each tankful. Andrew gave a
description of a new steam generator that he is planning to install on his 2
litre Sigma - hopefully we will see some results by next meeting. Damien tried
his sales pitch on the group with the Royale engine additive. This bonds to the
pistons and cylinder walls, putting a positive charge on both and reducing
friction, but it needs to be added at each oil change. Find a Neways dealer,
give him or her $25 and it’s yours!
input from this months Internet gatherings, included plans for a new device
based on Henry Morays work (see article later in this newsletter); an item
regarding recent Japanese interest in the Howard Johnson magnetic motor patents,
which expire soon; using OPTO isolators to pick up scalar waves, and his Magneto
Electroencephalograph Sensing device that he is currently working on. Roger then
asked for assistance in locating a book called “A Cure for all Diseases” by
Hulda Clark. He then very generously offered to provide the group with a TV set
(for our increased viewing pleasure) in return for one years subscription -
cheap at twice the price I thought! Michael has agreed to store it between
meetings so now Dino won’t have to squint so hard to see the videos.
guest for the evening, Des Chilton, presented a talk on the TF Purifiner oil
filtration system for diesel and petrol motors. Although somewhat expensive at
$535 for a conventional car, it is a very well designed and built system and for
someone doing a lot of kilometres
per year it would be an excellent system. The California EPA have recommended
the fitting of this system to all vehicles
and a Mt Gambier trucking company were offered a 1,000,000Km guarantee on
their engines by an oil company and associated diesel engine company NOT to use
the Purifiner system - so it obviously works and saves a lot of oil!!
George gave part 3, in his series of talks on Fourth Dimensional Physics. This
one was subtitled “4D Origami” and was designed to target Dino by keeping
him occupied for about 20 minutes cutting paper into mobius strips. (I wonder if
he got the message - after going round and round in very interesting and twisted
circles, you finally end up back where you started from - P.S. God says Hi
Dino!!) The evening concluded with a BSRF video on Free Energy followed by the
usual drinks and chat with everyone leaving by midnight.
CYCLE (PART 3)
month we will look at some of the earlier history of how the Stirling engine
came about. It was invented in 1816 by a Scottish minister, the Reverend Robert
Stirling. He was 26 years old at the time and was a noted classical scholar as
well as an esteemed minister and scientist - it sounds like he was an all-round
smart arse. Stirling patented the design, which included an improvement called
an economiser, used to regain waste heat from the process. The engine in
Stirling’s patent is not only the first closed cycle air engine, but also a
particularly well designed one. The placement of the piston and the displacer in
the same cylinder, allowing as it does a high compression ratio, is a preferred
design, even today. Engines were built for water pumping etc. back in the early
1800’s, but because the hot parts were run at a continuously high temperature,
lack of suitable materials caused constant trouble with cracking and warping.
These problems caused the eventual demise of the Stirling engine at this time
with steam engines giving increased power and reliability. Steam engines did not
have the same metallurgical problems because they ran at much lower
other versions of this engine were built in many different forms from water
pumps to electricity generators to fans for cooling “modern houses”. The
other major inventor and engine producer in this area was A. K. Rider of
Philadelphia, who made a Stirling cycle engine with two power pistons and no
displacer. One piston was in a hot cylinder and the other was in a cool
cylinder. The cylinders were connected by a small passageway containing thin
iron plates used to cool the gas. The two pistons were 90 degrees apart so that
when one piston was at the top of its stroke, the other one was half way up its
stroke. These engines were used extensively throughout America for pumping
month we shall progress onto some of the more recent history of this engine.
have included a listing of the books and other written material that Ashley has
sorted and catalogued. This was quite a task as the box contained three years
worth of material which was basically stuffed into the box all filed under M for
miscellaneous. Thankyou Ashley for carrying out this daunting task. The Video
and Audio libraries will also be in better shape by the next meeting.
Earth Energies - Serge King
Harmonic 695 (UFOs and Anti-Gravity)
- Bruce Cathie
High Tech. Holocaust - James Bellini
The Devils Meridian - Killey
The Persecution & Trail of Gaston Naessens
- Chris. Bird
The Secret Power of Pyramids -
Bill Schul & Ed Petit
Project Blue Book -
Sarich - the Man and his Machines -
Fighting for Infant Survival -
Baby Food Action Group (C.A.A.
The Dickenson Statement -
Self Propulsion (A New Flying Technique) - Jose Alvarez Lopez
Tesla Coil - George Trinkaus
A View of the World - Ian Stephens
Extra-Ordinary Science (4
New Energy News
“A” Frame Cabin Plans -
All about Inverters - David Copperfield
Ambient Power Module - Joe Tate
Bedini’s Free Energy generator - John C Bedini
Catalyst Activated Water -
Compilation of Classified UFO and NWO Material
Engineering Non-Conventional Energy Systems
- George Hathaway
Hans Coler - (The Stromzeuger) - British Intelligence Office
Hydrogen Vehicle System - Carl Cella
Infinite Energy (Cold-Fusion & New Energy Tech.)
Vol. 1 Nos. 1,2 & 3
Int. Symp. on New Energy (1994) - Comp. (P/copy of original
Joe Newman (Free Energy Generator) -
Magnet Motors File - Compilation.
Magnet Motor - William Mueller
“N” Machine - Bruce De Palma
Nicola Tesla (Free Energy and the White Dove) - Commander “X”
Organic Waste Treatment System - Clivus Multrum, Australia Pty Ltd.
Some Free Energy Devices - Jorge Resines
The Adam’s Motor - Robert Adams
The Bauman Generator - Compilation
The Hubbard Coil Generator - A Hubbard
The Insider (Compilation of
Back Issues) - Dennis Lee (et al.)
The Permanent Magnet Motor - Howard Johnson
The Spiral Calendar (Compilation) - C Carolan (et al.)
Water Power (Various Turbine Designs & Applications) - Compilation.
Various Authors and Topics
PURIFINER OIL FILTRATION SYSTEM
referred to in the meeting report, here is some more detailed information on the
TF Purifiner that Des Chilton discussed. The aim of the device is to eliminate
the problem of frequent oil changes and consequent disposal of contaminated oil,
reducing environmental waste and saving money at the same time.
oil enters through the metering jet at a low measured flow rate (approx. 6
gallons/hour) to assure maximum solid particle retention and to prevent the
formation of channels through the filter. The
oil passes through the replaceable filter canister where long strand cotton
fibres trap particles down to 1 micron in size (compared with 25 microns for
full flow filters). The filter also absorbs and neutralises acids and sulphur
compounds. The filtered oil then enters the TF Purifiner’s patented heated
evaporation chamber where it is heated to approx. 195 F, and thus fuel, water
and coolant are evaporated and immediately vented before they can re-condense.
The newly refined oil is gravity fed back into the crank-case with all
dangerous contaminants removed, while proper viscosity is maintained and oil
additives remain intact.
Parliament House has recently converted their standby diesel generator so that
it can economically run for 15 hours per day, 5 days per week, producing
electricity and hot water for the building’s occupants. The 700 KW, V12
Cummins diesel engine was originally installed to drive a generator to provide
emergency power to Parliament House, the State Library, and the Sydney Hospital.
The machine was only run once a week to check that it was in working order.
minimise air pollution, the engine was converted to natural gas. The
conventional and expensive conversion normally requires a spark ignition to be
fitted which means spark plugs, coils, distributors and new heads. To avoid this
expense, this machine was converted by providing a gas feed into the fresh air
induction system and leaving the engine running on diesel. The extra fuel
available from the gas makes the engine run faster, but the governor reduces the
diesel feed so that the preset revolutions are maintained. This results in the
engine burning about 90% gas and 10% diesel. (This is the same method that
people are using on hydrogen/petrol hybrid systems.)
cooling water for the engine, at about 90 degrees C, is passed through a heat
exchanger to transfer this heat into the building’s hot water system. A second
heat exchanger transfers heat from the exhaust gas, which leaves the engine at
around 500 degrees C. This exchanger takes 80% of the available heat and leaves
only enough heat to create sufficient stack velocity to remove the exhaust gas.
The two heat exchangers recover about 800 KW of what would otherwise be waste
heat and use it to heat the building’s swimming pool, showers and in the air
project cost $300,000 while savings of $140,000 per year gives a payback period
of just over two years. It’s good to see the “establishment” actually
doing some of the things we talk about, with a result that is both
conservationally and economically sound.
following is information gleaned by Roger from a vintage car swap meet in
Victoria recently :-
least 50% of batteries fail due to lack of use. The familiar problem of
batteries not holding their charge, a condition which causes sulphating of the
battery plates, drastically reduces
the current capacity of the battery. This condition can be treated with a
product called Battery Max, which will
prolong the useful life of the battery, often by many years. The same treatment
applied to a new battery will stop these symptoms appearing at all, giving
maximum possible life. One may ask why this treatment is not more widely
available, a cynical answer may be that manufacturers would rather sell more
batteries. The addition of a small quantity of Battery
Max to each cell of a lead acid battery will effectively remove or prevent
cell sulphating. It is an odourless white powder classified as non-hazardous and
non-poisonous, although skin or eye contact should be avoided as the material is
a mild irritant. It is supplied in a 24 gm plastic sachet together with a
dispensing spoon, in an amount sufficient to treat up to a 12 plate car battery". Battery Max costs $8.00 per sachet, post paid. Bulk packs are
$52.00 pp for 250 gm, or $92.00pp for 500gm, and is available from Overlander
Equipment, Box 129, Warrnambool, Victoria 3280. Tel. (055) 62 6362.
American named Bruce Perrault claims he has discovered how to build a 'cold
cathode' vacuum tube, similar to the one developed by Henry Moray. Perrault's
tube uses chlorine gas and he claims he has a working prototype which produces
250Watts. He believes it is
scaleable and has plans detailing one that might produce the 50KW which Moray
achieved. The plans are being distributed through the International Tesla
Society for $39.95. The order
number is 700032. Their voice phone
is 719-475-0918, or 800-397-0137 and their FAX is 719-475-0582.
the present invention, new and novel improvements are apparent.
The need for an enormous collector surface no longer exists.
Transistors can now replace the outdated spark gap and or high vacuum
transmission tubes. The present
invention efficiently converts ionising energy to voltages suitable for
practical usage. A source of X-ray energy is provided by the present invention.
This source can be artificially generated and will not produce toxic
radioisotopes. Converted energy in the present invention may be directly
available for driving motors, lighting, production of heat and used in
now to FIG. 1 of the drawings, (1) consists of a gas tight vessel. Provision is made for an inlet tube (2) to introduce chlorine
gas (3). Provision is made for iron
sulphide electrode (4) and zinc electrode (5). Any number of electrode couples,
or gas combinations may be utilised and still not depart from the spirit of this
invention. A source of ionisation
(6) is provided. The chlorine gas (3) must become ionised in order for it to
bombard the electrode (5). When the
chlorine gas (3) is ionised it becomes a conductor, its conductivity is a
measure of its ionisation. There are a number of ways to ionise the chlorine gas
(3). X-ray energies emitted from
the sun will ionise the chlorine gas (3). Radioactive
materials will ionise the chlorine gas (3).
Pulsating high-voltage produced by an electrical transformer will ionise
the chlorine gas (3). If an electronic ionising source (6) is used, once
started, the energy produced by said invention will keep the electronic circuit
energised. Initially the electronic circuit must be primed by an outside power
source (7). When said invention
begins generating electrical energy the external source (7) is no longer needed.
A small rechargeable battery may be used as the external source (7).
Said invention will keep the external source (7) fully charged.
output can be varied from a non-pulsating, direct current, to a high frequency
pulsating output. The output
pulsation rate is varied by the rate in which the electronic ionising source (6)
pulsates. The pulsation rate of the ionising source (6) is determined by its
you want to pursue this device any further, the full text and drawings are
available in the ASTRO library.
suffered through a searing drought in 1994 and the driest areas tended to be the
furthest from sources of electricity needed to keep the irrigation pumps going.
A Shimane University Professor has a solution. His storage system collects
rainwater during the wet season and then uses solar power during the dry spells
to pump the water where it is needed. To the traditional rain-barrel he has
added new wrinkles. Solar Cells and a battery collect and store energy while a
filter and a syphon remove impurities. Although the water still isn’t fit to
drink, it is fine for watering small farm plots. Two Japanese companies are
currently making larger systems which can hold more than 750 gallons.
will once again be held at 7.30PM on the second Friday of the month, this time