New Developments at Brilliant Light Power (UPDATE: New Video, Jun 22 )

UPDATE (Jun 29, 2016)

Thanks to Byron McDonald for commenting about this today. The below video has been posted on YouTube by Brilliant Light Power. The description explains:

“Five independent validators using four cross confirming methodologies, two absolute spectroscopic and two thermal techniques using a commercial calorimeter and a heat exchanger on the SunCell, have established that the power demonstrated in this video is megawatt level with about 8 kW total input. The vapor is boiled off silver metal having a boiling point temperature of 3924 °F.”

Thanks to Pelgrim and others for pointing out recent activity at Brilliant Light Power. Posted here is a video that has been posted on YouTube yesterday along with this explanation:

“There are very interesting new developments at BrLP. The first run of a new approach that we started about a month ago is shown in the above video. The power can be extraordinary, bursts of millions of watts in a volume of a coffee cup. Cell meltdown including the thick tungsten electrodes can occur in seconds (see photo at http://brilliantlightpower.com/plasma…). Five independent validators using four cross confirming methodologies, two absolute spectroscopic and two thermal techniques using a commercial calorimeter and a heat exchanger on the SunCell, have established that the power demonstrated in this video is megawatt level with about 8 kW total input. The vapor is boiled off silver metal having a boiling point temperature of 3924 °F.”

BLP CEO Randell Mills wrote in one of the comments:

“The source of hydrogen fuel and catalyst to form hydrinos is water. A commercial enabling fuel injection system and other new features were tested in this demonstration. In the past, megawatt bursts lasting only several milliseconds with a frequency of about 1% or less of the run time were observed. Now, the power is constant. Currently, the engineering issues are solved towards a 250 kW electric device.”

There will be a demonstration held at BLP headquarters in New Jersey on June 28th for approved guests.

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.