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  • HaroldNesland
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    I just finished his lone pine writings, and filling it into my notebook, Wow. Up until about page 100 I was on board, I even rewatched the Synthesis and history/theory of electricity lectures; however, post page 100 with the introduction of power and induction factors, boom, mental block. There's chunks I understand wholeheartedly and chunks I don't know how to apply.

    I will be sure to check out Ernst's compilation/paperback, I still need to reread the Lone Pine writings start to finish before I tackle anything new, I haven't even opened up versor books 1 & 2 yet, I plan to finish them this coming week, thanks for the heads up!

    Also, seeing as how I'm still reprogramming my brain to understand electricity; I think it may be a little premature to bother Eric with questions, I haven't even ascended Mount stupid. For all I know I'm asking the Wrong questions, or using the wrong terminology still. Also, I keep meaning to hop into your live chats/calls but I'm taking part in a corporate takeover of one of our stores and I've worked every day/time you've had them ;(. I do enjoy All of your content though and I plan to bother some of my gearhead friends with your ignition system.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

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  • Aaron
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    Hi Harold,

    The best I can offer is that is to check the dates of the YouTube vids shortly after I posted that message about it. There's been so many with Eric that I lost track.

    For a lot of the historical references, Ernst here in the forum has a large compilation of that cataloged in and out of his paperbacks. I'd suggest contacting him and you can always write Eric Dollard a letter to his Lone Pine address posted on http://ericpdollard.com


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  • HaroldNesland
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    Hey Aaron; I was wondering if you could assist me in finding that fusor convo you posted.
    Also, in random obscure corners of my research Ive stumbled upon so many things that in my ignorant mind seem to parallel what Eric was saying with the fusor.
    https://thescipub.com/abstract/10.38...p.2017.868.877
    "In atomic, he researched the atomic nucleus fission, with the help of the high voltage electrostatic generator and was also a pioneer of nuclear power based on nuclear fission reactions. (Einstein was contacted and visited personally by his research in this field)"
    As well as another seemingly supporting statement;
    https://teslauniverse.com/nikola-tes...r-energy-needs
    During his experiments he was repeatedly producing small fireballs that persisted for many seconds after his coil (which at that time was generating 12-million volts) was turned off. He then devoted eight pages of his diary to a crude hydrodynamic theoretical model of the fireballs and said that the investigation of these properties would be worthwhile. After Tesla’s death, his experiments in this field were not repeated.

    I'm not really sure what websites are go-to's for verifiable information as Teslas been gone for quite a few of my lifetimes. I am eternally curious as to whether or not these are all referring to similar concepts though.

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  • Danny B
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    It is entirely possible that Pantone was unaware of the work of Rabinovich. There is the famous case of aluminium production.
    "On July 9, 1886, Hall applied for a patent. Meanwhile, Paul L.T. Héroult was granted a French patent on April 23, 1886, for a comparable process based on cryolite and aluminum oxide; "
    If you read up on the Princeton Egg and other comparable work like the 100th monkey, it would seem like we are all in contact at the quantum level.
    Brain Josephson did much of the early work on quantum tunnelling.
    Evidently, Fritz Paneth preceded Farnsworth,The Fusor Reactor - Dr. Philo Farnsworth - Lost Science
    The latest and greatest invention for submarines is; coating them in rubber. Something that the Germans did decades ago. Maybe it all traces back to Leonardo de Vinci.
    BTW, you can buy a kit to build the fusor, https://makezine.com/projects/make-3...nuclear-fusor/

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  • Aaron
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    Farnsworth Fusor

    Just did a private call with Eric Dollard a couple days ago and we discussed the Farnsworth Fusor. Will have that on YouTube soon. He's discussed it in the past many times, but interesting you just happened to post this.

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  • Aaron
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    Real origin of the Plasmatron

    The reason I asked is because the plasmatron was not actually developed at MIT. Abraham Rabinovich was a Soviet Union scientist who developed it in the 1970's well before Pantone was involved in the GEET.

    I cropped this from Rabinovich's patent from the USSR Patent #700935:



    It was granted on Nov, 30, 1979, was applied for in 1978 but the work on it developed well before then.

    What is interesting about this patent is that the source of hydrogen discussed in the patent, which I had translated years ago, is simply water.

    After Rabinovich came to work with MIT, you can see in all their patents, articles, etc. they quickly turned it into a reformer that free up hydrogen from gasoline and they completely covered up the original intended application.

    Anyway, this is the real origin of the Plasmatron and it was not developed at MIT, but in the USSR in the 1970's.

    If Paul Pantone says this, "Other Plasma generators, such as the copy cat from MIT, which they call the Plasmatron" - then his claim is false.

    I'm a fan of the GEET, but the Plasmatron is definitely not a copycat of the GEET.

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  • Danny B
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    Release of the GEET information

    I expected somebody to reply by now. The first resource that comes to mind is Rex Research. I checked there and, here is what I find.
    US Patent # 5,794,601

    US Cl. 123/538 ~ August 18, 1998

    Fuel Pretreater Apparatus and Method

    Paul Pantone

    There will be a large number of reports dating back to 1984 that the inventor was not ready to release until he felt the timing was right. He feels the timing is now right and these will be posted as soon as possible. If you would like to share some of your experience with the inventor contact him at info@geet.com.

    For you,
    And the World,
    Paul & Molley Pantone


    Notes, "Other Plasma generators, such as the copy cat from MIT, which they call the Plasmatron, uses outside applied power to create heat to run the units, but have extremely limited use and output, when compared to the GEET system. Since the power output of Plasma is constant and generates power we can only assume that it is of a DC nature and is a constant output which we have not yet attempted to harness."
    "The technology used in the GEET Fuel Processor is a combination of the most basic scientific principles, most of which falls within the normal rules and of thermodynamics. But some of the 70 simultaneous phenomenon are not found in those books, since it is the combination of events, which is the body of this discovery. Put quite simply, the exhaust heat is transferred to the incoming fuel vapor, which must be maintained in a vacuum, and the overall configuration provides a molecular breakdown within the vacuum of all of the heavier elements. Therefore, intensifying the vacuum, the speed of molecular breakdown or reaction is magnified, and less heat is required. "
    Paul Pantone ~ GEET Fuel Pretreater (US Patent # 5,794,601)

    "1984-11-07: El Dorado Gazette: Garden Valley Inventor Fights Uphill Battle

    El Dorado
    Garden Valley
    Utah
    USA
    1984
    carburetor
    endothermic reactor
    fuel
    GEET
    Paul Pantone
    physics
    plasma fuel reactor
    second law of thermodynamics
    thermodynamics
    motor
    science
    vacuum
    water

    An engine that runs on anything -- water, crude oil, old tires, junk -- absolutely anything, has been the goal of mankind since the dawn of the industrial age.
    Just such an invention has been created by Paul Pantone of Garden Valley. Impossible you may say. The course of the world could be changed if it was no longer dependent on dwindling energy sources."
    https://merlib.org/person/paul-pantone

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  • Aaron
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    Geet?

    What year did Paul Pantone first disclose his work on the GEET?

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  • Danny B
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    Will the FARNSWORTH fusor finally make it to market?

    As many of you know, MIT stole the invention of Paul Pantone. They called it their "plasma reformer". He was subsequently hounded almost to death.
    The Horrific Persecution of Paul Pantone
    Farnsworth invented the fusor in the 60s but, had his work shut down.
    Naturally anything this important must be invented by a BIG company.

    "Lockheed Martin has quietly obtained a patent associated with its design for a potentially revolutionary compact fusion reactor, or CFR. If this project has been progressing on schedule, the company could debut a prototype system that size of shipping container, but capable of powering a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier or 80,000 homes, sometime in the next year or so."
    Fork the damned aircraft carrier. They are nothing but a huge sitting duck.
    This is a very big deal.
    Lockheed Martin Now Has a Patent For Its Potentially World Changing Fusion Reactor - The Drive
    Since Lockheed already knows that the fusor works, the R&D should go very quickly.
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