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Interview: Solar Hydrogen Trends is revolutionizing all energy
577 x overunity based on their third-party test results of
697 Watt input producing 2322 liters of gas/minute, equating to 402 kW output,
from a device twice the size of a microwave oven, drawing from 16 different
simultaneous phenomena creating what they call their "Symphony",
including turning O into H and controlling particles. They're ready to go into production manufacturing
On July 26, 2015, it was made
known to us that the SHT reaction is primarily chemical, using
aluminum plates exposed to water to produce hydrogen and aluminum oxide
(plus more). So all prior representations of "overunity"
are erroneously depicted, because they only accounted for the
electrical input and the hydrogen output, and do not account for the
aluminum/water expendable fuel input. That said, SHT's symphony of 16
processes that facilitate the production of hydrogen, including by
enabling the aluminum plates to stay exposed to water and not be covered
with a film of aluminum oxide to prevent further reaction, is indeed a
significant breakthrough toward enabling the hydrogen economy, and appears
to include some exotic processes.
SHT is letting PESN be the first to publish a
photo of their system.
Pure Energy Systems News
On April 25, Mike Waters, President of the New Energy Systems Trust (NEST),
which I founded two years ago, and I interviewed
Hakop Jack Aganyan (Jack), President of
Solar Hydrogen Trends, Inc. (SHT)
As a result of the interview, I am moving them into #1 position in the Top 5
Exotic Free Energy Technologies listing. When you watch the interview video, I
think you'll agree that they belong there -- at least most of you; we'll always
have the hold-outs. And because you have been faithful followers of our news,
you get to be among the first to know just how amazing this company is and how
great the opportunity is to get involved in helping them with their rollout, if
it's time for you to be involved. Some of you will get involved later. Others
are destined to help other technologies.
One of the reasons it took me so long to pay enough attention to register just
what they have is because of their name. "Solar Hydrogen" = mainstream
free energy. I created a topic
page on that even before we launched PESWiki and moved it there.
But now that I've finally gotten a chance to fully digest the magnitude of their
claims, I'm now convinced that they belong in the #1 position in our Top 5, and Mike
They are so much more than Solar, and their technology has nothing to do with
the sun being overhead. It is a technology that utilizes sixteen different
principles simultaneously to get the end result, including:
- Hydrodynamic Cavitation
- Electromagnetic Field
- Shock Wave
Notice that "solar" isn't included in the list that Jack clicked
off during our interview.
They call their present prototype "Symphony 7" due to the idea of
orchestrating all these different things at the same time to come out with a
harmonic, beautiful result.
Third Party Validated
SHT's claim that they are getting 400+ times more energy out than what they put
in certainly got my attention as something that was worth our coverage as an
"exotic" technology. What's more, they have third party test results
from a highly reputable company, AirKinetics,
Inc., that corroborate this. Here is the cover page of the 28-page report
that is available under NDA. (Download
It's kind of hidden on their site. You have to mouse over one of the images
on the home page to get to it. There isn't a direct link I can give you.
They have some cool, newfangled web design stuff on their site, but I kind of
prefer the more plain presentation with clear links. I didn't see this link
until I was preparing the video.
As I was preparing the images to go with the audio recording of our interview
(took me a full day, I hope you enjoy the show), I ran the math on the numbers
in that report. I didn't review their math, but did some research online about
various relationships, such as that one kg of H2 gas is equivalent to about 33.4
kW-hours of electrical power. And that there are 0.089286... grams of H2 per
liter or of H2. At first, I went with the third of three tests, since it was the
highest output rate. Here is what I tabulated. Note that all the terms cancel
out as they should so that liters of gas becomes watts. (The output of 82 Actual
Cubic Feet per Minute [ADFM] equates to 2322 L/m.)
First of all, just think about it. 2322 liters per minute, consuming only 700
Watts. That is totally astonishing. And that is what AKi measured and reported.
It represents 577 times more energy out than the electricity consumed to produce
it on the input side.
I was so astonished by this number, compared to what I've personally experience
in making HHO gas from electrolysis, a few liters/minute, that early this
morning (April 28, when I'm writing this) I was having dreams about being near
the escape of this volume of gas, and it sounded liked a jet engine, it was
flowing so fast and powerful. In my dream, we did the math on how fast the gas
was escaping, and it was 10x faster than a hurricane. I don't know if that
comes anywhere near reality, but it was quite the dream.
Oxygen Turns to Hydrogen?
I think that of all the things I encountered in this interview, the thing that
was most jarring and exciting was the data that showed that though 2 gallons of
H2O were consumed during the hour and a half test, only 2.75% of the escaping
gas was Oxygen. WHAT????!!!!!!! H2O means there is two hydrogens for every
oxygen, so the resulting gas should be according to that ratio. But that is not
at all what happens here. Apparently, that is part of why they get a conversion
efficiency of 1 liter of water becoming 1 kg of hydrogen -- unheard of in an
industry that is used to that requiring 9 liters. Could it be that most of the
8-proton-oxygen is breaking into single proton hydrogens -- and with very little
input energy? This alone should be getting every scientist in the world on the
edge of their seats with interest.
Crazy stuff. Love it.
If that's not enough, Jack revealed publicly for the first time in our
interview that they are able to control particles, up, down, left, right --
something that the most expensive projects on the planet, such as the Hadron
Collider have yet to be able to do. And SHT does it with there little 32 X 20.5 X
14 inch Symphony 7.
Thousands of PhD dissertations are going to be written in the next couple of
decades stemming from this work. It is groundbreaking and revolutionary in the
truest sense of the word.
Price: Super Cheap
Jack says they can produce energy at a fraction of the cost of all
Demo Available for Testing
Jack welcomes any qualified party to come visit and test their technology
in the Los Angeles area.
You name the energy application, and this technology can be scaled to address
it. Will take time, engineers, testing, etc.
Next: Manufacturing Plant
Now that they have what amounts to a production prototype, SHT's next step is to
build a manufacturing plant. That's what they are presently trying to raise
money to do, and it will take many tens of millions of dollars.
They are not yet ready to disclose their secrets to other manufactures through
licensing, though they are not closed to discussions along these lines. They
want to get all their IP sewn up internationally. They have about 6-7 patents to
I'm encouraging SHT to consider having Mike come aboard with them. They would
make a great match. He also has a background in mining, which is where SHT got
their start. He understands particle physics. He's got a lot of great ideas that
could help them improve what they already have, as well as how to strategize the
roll-out in such a was as to not be too disruptive.
Never before has the phrase "hydrogen economy" seemed so practical and
real -- and liberating. It finally has a way to arrive.
Here's the video of our interview, with images added to supplement the audio
How do you like our new opening graphic by Fred F. of PromoRific MotionGraphics?
Here's that email I cited in the visual of the interview. Jack said that if
you go through and answer the questions, you'll have a very good idea of what
they are doing.
|April 25, 2014
Dear ladies and gentlemen !
I really sympathize with you as I see you struggling and trying to unravel phenomenon of hydrogen reactor "Symphony 7A".
I'm going to help you.
Try it for yourself, not for us, to answer the following questions:
1. What role do antineutrinos play in the process of transmutation in the hydrogen reactor "Symphony 7A"?
2. How do we manage to turn to 180 degrees vector of "color "force of interaction?
3.What physical process promotes " collective " excitation of nucleons?
4. What is the role of the Baryon Resonance in the anomalous production of hydrogen in
[the] hydrogen reactor "Symphony" 7A?
5 . What happens to the wave packets (particles) in the hydrogen reactor "Symphony 7A" when an electrical signal is applied from an external source?
6. What are the real numbers "From (XXXX) fm. to (XXXX) fm" behind those hidden characters (XXXX)?
When you answer correctly to all these listed questions you can get closer to understanding the process of transmutation of atoms of oxygen into hydrogen atoms which
occur in hydrogen reactor "Symphony 7A".
Solar Hydrogen Trends Inc
Feedback from Tai Robinson
I mentioned going on a cross-country road trip with Tai Robinson of AmericanFuelVehicles.com
in my interview with Jack. Here is what Tai said in response to the interview:
I read the article and just listened to the interview. That seems amazing!
A few comments:
A fuel cell is going to require 99.9% pure hydrogen at minimum to operate without polluting the fuel cell and killing it prematurely. Some fuel cells require 5, 9's hydrogen and some are picky enough to require 8, 9's.... So there is going to have to be some scrubbing and purification in order to use this gas in a fuel cell.
Alternatively, an internal combustion engine is not so picky and can use way less pure hydrogen. It would just need to be absolutely certain that there was no oxygen in the hydrogen stream. As I seem to remember it can take as little as 3% oxygen in hydrogen to allow it to spontaneously combust and go
BOOM; and up to like 80 some % oxygen is the upper limit.
And yes, an internal combustion [engine] can run on straight hydrogen; it does not need to be "blended" as the inventor was saying. The very first internal combustion
engine in a 4 wheel automobile was burning hydrogen for fuel. The patent was issued in 1809, though the Swiss inventor did not drive it until 1811....
Nicholas Otto, who developed the 4-stroke ICE and his OTTO cycle engine, [which] comprises about 90% of the internal combustion engines, about 6 billion worldwide, can all run on pure hydrogen. Nicholas Otto developed his engine to run on hydrogen back in the 1870's. His engine LOVES hydrogen, burning hydrogen in an engine is nothing new. In fact, the 4-stroke OTTO cycle engine was actually designed to run on it!!!! Gasoline and DIEsel were the first alternative fuels to the cleaner, safer, local hydrogen and peanut oil that engines were designed to run on. You can thank the banksters for the petroleum addiction that has been bestowed upon this planet.
Thank you for mentioning me and the Intergalactic Space Cruzer, though a gasoline engine can not run on biodiesel as you said in the interview. ANY gasoline engine can run on the liquid bio-fuel of ethanol, sold as E85, which we did buy, I believe, 2 tanks full of on our trip. Besides the 3 gallons of gasoline I got to take that police car ride to go buy, we did not use any other toxic gasoline on that trip. Primarily, we ran on CNG; natural gas is comprised primarily of methane. Methagenic bacteria is what produces methane, so, methane is the worlds most abundant biofuel. Methane is NOT a fossil fuel, as the Department of Energy constantly mislabels, thanks again to the government corruption you mentioned in the interview.
It sounds like their system could run an automobile straight on hydrogen, on board the vehicle. It would be nice if the complete system were smaller, but I am sure we could integrate that picture full of components into the bed of a pick up truck to run directly off the gas they are creating, as long as the oxygen is separate and not in the
I would love to integrate that system into a Multi-Fuel internal combustion engine vehicle. Let me know when they have some money and can afford to pay for the integration to be done to produce a demonstration
Tai W. Robinson
Drive Clean = Save Green!
Tai's dad added:
|Tai, there are many sources for methane and it is a fossil fuel if it is with petroleum or coal. Obviously, a fart is not fossil fuel. Digester produced methane is not a fossil fuel. Combining carbon monoxide with hydrogen makes synthetic methane.
The flammable range of hydrogen is between 8 and 80% with air, not sure about oxygen. The explosive range is in the middle. At the ends of the range, it just burns, no boom. The most explosive mix is HHO, one third oxygen and two thirds hydrogen.
And here is a comment from someone about the implausibility of my
explanation about Oxygen turning into Hydrogen.
With respect, that is simply not possible; and if it were true that a kg of oxygen was being converted to a kg of hydrogen by splitting oxygen atoms into nucleons, it would be an ultra massive energy output measured in kilotons of TNT, or GWh.
Put simply, oxygen has a per nucleon binding energy of 1.28E-13J and 2.04E-11J total binding energy per atom, and
a mole of oxygen (O2) weighs 32gm and has approx 1.2E24 oxygen atoms, so that would be;
approx 1.2E24 x 2E-11 x 30 (to make it a kg) Joules
approx 7E14 Joules
Which is by my calculation about 194GWh, hence it is equivalent to 167 Kilotons of TNT
Furthermore since Oxygen atoms have neutrons and protons, converting oxygen to hydrogen would give out a massive dose of Neutrons of very high energy, this is a fact you cannot escape.
I should make it clear that SHT is not making the claim that Oxygen is
turning into Hydrogen. This is a speculation that came up in our interview, in
observing that the concentration of Oxygen in the gas measured was 2.75. Where
did it go?
We shouldn't assume that mankind knows everything there is to know about nuclear
processes. There are ways around things. A combination of various environmental
conditions can change the way things behave.
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