Unboxing and Assembly Video of LookingForHeat Model T LENR Test System (Russ Gries)

Thanks to Pelgrim for posting about this video made by Russ Greis of RWResearch who has been sent a Model T test kit by LookingForHeat, the startup that is building LENR test bed systems and other supplies for replicators to use for experimentaion.

Russ is a well known figure in the exotic energy replication world. He is an accomplished builder of all kinds of devices that have been claimed to create anomalous forms of energy, and tester of these systems — and is committed to openly sharing his work with the world.

In the video below, Russ unpacks a Model T, showing what comes in the package, and also shows its assembly. So far he does not show any testing of the system, but this is a part 1 video, so I hope a future release will show some experiments with the system.

  • Alan Smith

    Russ’s next video will be about calibration of the Model T system I think- he’s a busy guy so it may be a few weeks.

    • Ged

      Looking forward to it! It is a nice little test device.

    • clovis ray

      looking, good Alan, will you use learning e modules, like some ones we know, used,
      I found them very helpful in learning different things, and very useful and useable as reference,material, . i’ll be very interested to watch the video.

  • Bob Greenyer

    Good Job Russ, we have a related announcement from this week and we will also be highlighting a whole range of possible fuels to be tested.

  • Alan DeAngelis

    • As Carl-Oscar Gullström just pointed out, it’s not for your pocket. Would radiation dosimeter badges placed near a running reactor (with people far away) give us an idea of how safe it is? https://www.google.com/search?q=radiation+exposure+badges&rlz=1C1AOHY_enUS708US708&espv=2&biw=1024&bih=677&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwia6bWWoIXPAhWK5iYKHbBMDQgQ_AUICCgB

  • Alan DeAngelis

    Thank you Alix,
    In the long run, it’s probably better to have devil’s advocates within the LENR community than Johnny-come-latelies to LENR with axes to grind discover some sort of emission that can be managed.

    • Alan DeAngelis

      dyslexia and senility
      Thank you Axil

  • Alan DeAngelis

    Could the reactor power something as simple (and dirt cheap) as a pulse jet with a reed valve? Is a chemical explosion needed to run the jet or is the incoming cold air hitting the hot reactor sufficient?
    Looks like fun.

  • Sam

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