Roberts Rotary Noble Gas Engine Debut
Robert Rohner has built a rotary noble gas engine design by Dannel Roberts, and uploaded a video showing it in operation, demonstrating for the
first time this new method of harvesting the noble gas plasma effect. Though it
doesn't show power in:out, they do disassemble the engine to show its
Pure Energy Systems News
Wednesday, a milestone was reached in the world of exotic free energy.
channel on YouTube posted a video titled "Roberts
Rotary Engine" that shows, for the first time ever, that we know of, a
demonstration of a rotary noble gas engine. Piston versions have been
demonstrated, primarily four decades ago by Joseph
Papp, but never a rotary version.
The engine was designed by Dannel Roberts and build by Robert
(Bob) Rohner, the mutual-nemesis brother of John
Rohner, whose website I just happened
to be checking in on, for the first time in maybe 1.5 months, at the time my
friend sent me the link to this new video. John's lab was raided by the FBI
recently, primarily due to selling stock not registered with the SEC, and he
seems to be blaming me, in part, for his demise.
Bob Rohner has been working on noble gas engine research and development for
years, dating back to the day when he and his two brothers hung out with Joseph
Papp, the original pioneer of the technology, beginning in 1967.
Bob has posted a number of demonstration videos over the years. At the TeslaTech
conference nearly a year ago, I witnessed
him demonstrate his "popper" effect to the audience there. And last
month, we reported
on his "Twin Engine" video.
We therefore have reason to have a high degree of confidence in Bob's ability to
demonstrate what he is talking about with the noble gas engine technology. It
makes sense that Dannel Roberts would approach Bob about working together on
building his rotary design.
Though the Roberts video doesn't document input versus output energy, it does do
a fairly convincing job of demonstrating that rotary motion is achieved through
the noble gas plasma input. This is a relevant question since it takes energy to
create the plasma state for each cycle. Furthermore, the output is only shown in
terms of Volts. Amps are not given, which makes the volt reading nearly useless,
since watts = volts x amps.
After demonstrating the engine turning, they disassembled the engine so you
could see the simplicity of the design. One rotating vane -- a simple turbine; a
housing to aim the plasma pulses to cause rotation of the turbine; and a firing
In comparing it to the early days of the Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk, I think
he downplays too much how far along they are, or are not. They're further than
that. Nevertheless, to their credit that make the distinction that even though
they have something running, it is yet a long ways away from being ready for
robust commercial deployment.
Nevertheless, they do indulge in some dreaming about what might be coming down
the road with this technology, envisioning that something the size of the
prototype they demonstrated could output 200 HP. And the beautiful thing about
this technology is how simple and low-maintenance the design is: no need for a
crank case; no valves; no exhaust; no cooling system. And the fuel costs are
essentially negligible, since we're talking about ubiquitous, inexpensive noble
gasses that are barely consumed in the process, if at all -- replenishment
needed only to keep within the range of gas ratios required.
Dannel also sets forth his theory of how noble gas plasma can provide expansive
force to drive an engine. His theory is set forth in detail in a book he wrote: Particle
Mechanics: The Theory of Energy States.
At Archive.org, Dannel's website showed up for the first time on December
31, 2004, featuring his book by that title; so from that, you can see that he
has been publicly promoting at this for nearly a decade. The book is listed
as being published on December 31, 2004.
Now, here is the video
of Roberts Rotary Engine -- a play on names since it involves both Dannel Roberts and Robert Rohner.
A year ago, he published, with Bob, this introductory video
to the Noble Gas plasma effect.
A guy who loaned us $2k last December, and who I paid back Monday from my tax
return, is the one who gave me the link to the "Roberts Rotary
On the side, I might mention that though I spent my entire personal tax return
on paying back loans two people made to PES, we've only pulled in one $10
donation in the recent fundraiser
that suggested the people might dip from their tax return windfall to help us
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