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It seems NASA is involved... Posted by Bloodnose [Email] (#1819) [Profile/Gallery] (more from Bloodnose) on Mon, 27 May 2019 09:22:05
In Reply to: Re: your response is typical, Navid S, Sun, 26 May 2019 21:41:44 Members do not see ads below this line. - Help Keep This Site Online - Signup
Though I still don't know how a bunch of SAAB enthusiasts can help here, other than giving money. But we are peanuts compared to the likes of NASA.
From the linked Wikipedia article.
Collaborators with the company [BLP = Brilliant Light Power]
In 1996, NASA released a report describing experiments using a BLP electrolytic cell. Although not recreating the large heat gains reported for the cell by BLP, unexplained power gains ranging from 1.06 to 1.68 of the input power were reported, which, whilst "...admit[ing] the existence of an unusual source of heat with the cell...falls far short of being compelling". The authors went on to propose the recombination of hydrogen and oxygen as a possible explanation of the anomalous results.
Around 2002, the NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts (NIAC) granted a Phase I grant to Anthony Marchese, a mechanical engineer at Rowan University, to study a possible rocket propulsion that would use hydrinos.
In 2002, Rowan University's Anthony Marchese said that whilst "agnostic about the existence of hydrinos", he was quite confident that there was no fraud involved with BLP. Although his NIAC grant was criticised by Bob Park, Marchese said "for me to not continue with this study would be unethical to the scientific community. The only reason not to pursue this would be because of being afraid of being bullied."
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