Last update 16 June 2019

Welcome to this website which is dedicated to subjects in the area of an advanced physics / science. It is aiming to contribute to a progress and paradigm shift in science, technology, awareness, and to an enjoyable evolution of mankind. Topics and keywords on this page further below: Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies - Various self-running and zero emission generators or motors - Tewari generator - EM Drive - ECAT - ECE Theory - Appeal to stop 5G on earth and in space - Institute for Venture Science - Movie The Connected Universe - Open letter from Prof. S. E. Shnoll - Journal Progress in Physics - Superconductivity - The tripartition of the chemical elements - Synthesis and study of oxides

16 February 2019 Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

ECAT - a LENR-based energy technology without harmful and radioactive byproducts (LENR = Low Energy Nuclear Reactions)

It provides very large amounts of (heat) energy from very small amounts of nickel and hydrogen

Visit the official ECAT website https://ecat.com as well as e-catworld.com

Images on the right: On top a 1 MW ECAT power plant and below a so-called ECAT SK unit which generates 22 kW heating power. Image sources: https://ecat.com

According to https://ecat.com the so-called ECAT SK heating technology is commercially available - presently in United States, Sweden, and Japan - since its introduction by a worldwide broadcast on 31 January 2019. The ECAT SK device comprises a heat exchanger for fluids and generates 22 kW heating power by using only small amounts of hydrogen (provided by a solid hydride material) and nickel powder and an electric input power of only 380 W. The dimensions of the ECAT SK are about 40 x 45 x 95 cm. The size of the internal reactor core - in which the low energy nuclear reactions between hydrogen and nickel take place - is quite small, namely 11 mm long and 3 mm in diameter. The filling of an ECAT SK unit with small amounts of nickel powder and a solid hydride material lasts at least for one year. The ECAT SK can be leased by a customer who pays for the generated heat which can be provided also in form of vapor with a temperature up to 550 °C. The ECAT SK is controlled from a remote location via an ethernet connection. The estimated lifespan of an ECAT SK unit is about 20 years. Potential customers may send their request to info(at)LeonardoCorp1996.com . If more than 22 kW heating power is needed, then it is possible to construct a thermal power station which consists of several ECAT SK units. Acknowledgement: Thanks to Adolf and Inge Schneider who presented ECAT news during a meeting of the Swiss Association for Space Energy on 8 February 2019.

Report from the author of this website from 22 November 2015 about the LENR-based energy technology ECAT (5 pages pdf)

Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies and related topics

1 January 2017 Presentation for the general public, scientists, engineers, decision makers, and wealthy personalities: Information document about entirely novel energy technologies and other fundamentally new developments in science and technology & Funding call for an independent research facility (67 slides or pages, 1 MB pdf, version 83 from 1 January 2017)

Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

22 May 2017 Slide set of a talk by Adolf Schneider about novel energy technologies on                  3 November 2016 at the World Clean Energy Conference 2016 in Geneva in Switzerland       (35 slides or pages, 2 MB pdf)

Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

14 April 2019 Report about the self-running and zero emission power plants from the company Rosch Innovations


















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report in the NET Journal (ISSN 1420-9292), issue May / June 2016, page 9 (in German)
23 November 2017 Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

Self-running and zero-emission magnet motor from the Turkish inventor Muammer Yildiz

A self-running prototype was presented and disassembled at the Eindhoven University of Technology / Netherlands in April 2009 and at the University of Delft / Netherlands in May 2010: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHW6b1aFPfU

Two papers about the Yildiz Motor from 2010 and 2012 by Dr. J. L. Duarte from the Department of Electrical Engineeering of the Eindhoven University of Technology / Netherlands: https://novam-research.com/resources/Introducing-and-modeling-the-Yildiz-Motor_v01.pdf

Report in the May / June 2010 issue of the NET-Journal (in German): http://www.borderlands.de/net_pdf/NET0510S21-26.pdf . The Yildiz Motor was also presented at 41th inventor fair in Geneva / Switzerland, see a report on page 12 in the May / June 2013 issue of the NET-Journal (in German): http://www.borderlands.de/net_pdf/NET0513S4-14.pdf

The view of the author of this website is the following: The Yildiz Motor comprises a special arrangement of magnetic fields which results macroscopically in an overall non-zero force and thus to a self-running motion. Microscopically the Yildiz Motor taps a hitherto unexplored and everywhere present form of energy which is called space energy, vacuum energy, ether energy, or space-time energy.

The Yildiz Motor comprises several hundred or more than 1000 permanent magnets. The self-running motion comes about only if all permanent magnets are firmly and very precisely fixed at specific positions. That is not easy and quite challenging, especially during operation in which the resulting mechanical vibrations may (easily) change the position of one or several permanent magnets.

Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

21 Mayl 2017 Information about the reactionless electromagnetic generator from Paramahamsa Tewari

Image from www.tewari.org

Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

11 June 2017 Report about the self-running cryogenic magnet motor of Walter Thurner.

This magnet motor represents a nice example of a self-running system which can generate usable energy. Its operation principle appears fairly comprehensible. Once it is understood one has an idea how a self-running system can work concretely, at least at the macroscopic scale. It appears worthwhile and instructive to try to recreate this magnet motor and develop a system that limits and controls its speed of rotation.

28 October 2017 Entirely novel propulsion (and energy) technologies

Paper about the so-called EM Drive: Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio-Frequency Cavity in Vacuum, H. White et al., Journal of Propulsion and Power 33 (2017) 830 - 841

Citation from page 840: "... This suggests that the idea of treating the quantum vacuum as a dynamic medium capable of supporting oscillations might be valid. If a medium is capable of supporting acoustic oscillations, this means that the internal constituents were capable of interacting and exchanging momentum. If the vacuum is indeed mutable and degradable as was explored, then it might be possible to do / extract work on / from the vacuum, and thereby be possible to push off of the quantum vacuum and preserve the laws of conservation of energy and conservation of momentum ..."

Forbes report about the EM Drive

Acknowledgement Thanks to John Cliss from the company Gravity 42 for mentioning this paper and a similar citation during his talk on 30 September 2017 in Graz in Austria at a conference about novel energy technologies and related topics

Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

21 May 2017 Report about self-running and zero emission generators based on autonomous hydraulic oscillations and the ram pump principle



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23 November 2017 Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

Paper about extracting energy from the vacuum

Classical Electrodynamics without the Lorentz Condition: Extracting Energy from the Vacuum, P. K. Anastasovski et al., Physica Scripta 61 (2000) 513 – 517

Published also in the AIAS website via http://www.aias.us/documents/mwe/omniaOpera/omnia-opera-563.pdf

23 November 2017 Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

Paper about extracting energy from the vacuum

Extracting Energy and Heat from the Vacuum, D. C. Cole and H. E. Puthoff, Physical Review E 48 (1993) 1562 - 1565

Published also in the website of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin via the following link: http://www.earthtech.org/publications/PREv48_1562.pdf

A study of the electro- and magnetostatic equations of the ECE Theory

27 January 2012 Paper about the electro- and magnetostatics of the so-called ECE Theory: A study of the electro- and magnetostatic ECE equations (82 pages, 1 MB pdf, version 10 from 22 January 2012)

Visit the AIAS website about the ECE Theory


21 April 2019   Electrosmog  /  5G

International Appeal Stop 5G on Earth and in Space:  https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/the-appeal

Further links and websites about electrosmog / electromagnetic pollution / 5G: https://novam-research.com/electrosmog.php

11 June 2017 Institute for Venture Science

Funding Promising Ideas that Challenge Conventional Thinking

Visit their website

The Connected Universe 11 June 2017

Movie about a holistic perspective about life and the universe from the independent researcher Nassim Haramein and his research results in the area of an advanced physics and science

Visit movie website and website of the Resonance Science Foundation

3 June 2017 Open letter from 2014 of Prof. Simon E. Shnoll about the cosmological origin of random processes

Open letter to the Scientific Community on the basis of experimental results obtained during 1954 - 2014

3 June 2017 Journal Progress in Physics

Visit the website of Progress in Physics

Superconductivity
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4 January 2017 Presentation of a research project: Searching for Ambient Temperature Superconductors (120 slides or pages, 4 MB pdf, version 47 from 4 January 2017)

Presentation about the chemical elements and the number 3

2 January 2017 Observations, considerations and hypotheses about the chemical elements and the number 3: The tripartition of the chemical elements (86 slides or pages, 1 MB pdf, version 7 from 2 January 2017)

Presentation of a lab for the synthesis and study of special oxides and related topics

11 February 2017 Presentation about a laboratory for the synthesis and study of (melt-grown crystalline) oxides at the ETH Zurich and related topics. This presentation comprises 438 slides or pages and is published by the library of the ETH Zurich / ETH Research Collection via doi 10.3929/ethz-a-010817148: https://dx.doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-010817148 . This link allows the download as pdf document or as ppsx type Power Point Show with embedded videos

Synthesis and study of melt-grown crystalline Mn4Nb2O9 and Fe4Nb2O9

10 March 2018 Synthesis and study of melt-grown crystalline Mn4Nb2O9 and Fe4Nb2O9. This presentation comprises 109 slides or pages and is published by the library of the ETH Zurich / ETH Research Collection via doi 10.3929/ethz-b-000220998: https://dx.doi.org/10.3929/ethz-b-000220998 . This link allows the download as pdf document or as ppsx type Power Point Show with embedded videos

Oxides of the type AnBnO3n+2

4 November 2016 Presentation about oxides of the type AnBnO3n+2 . At least 130 slides or pages. pdf file size at least 11 MB. Download this presentation as pdf

Comprehensive paper about special oxides

13 April 2013 Article from 2008 about special oxides: Synthesis, structural, magnetic and transport properties of layered perovskite-related titanates, niobates and tantalates of the type AnBnO3n+2 , A'Ak-1BkO3k+1 and AmBm-1O3m (220 pages, 3 MB pdf)