Rosch CEO: "I've had enough of bullshitters"
After today's episode of the water tower leaking, hampering their
ability to do a full demo, Detlef Dohmen told me he is not going to put up with
skeptical requests. If people are not happy with what Rosch can show easily,
then he will work with people who are.
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Monday morning, when we arrived at the
facility, we were greeted by a bit of chaos, with people bustling about to take care of a leak in the window they had removed for us from the 15 kW KPP demo on Saturday, so we could look inside the tube to see that there weren't any hidden wires, generators, batteries, or other trickery inside the tube of nearly 2,000 gallons of water.
There was a pretty good stream (maybe half gallon/minute) coming from the side of the larger window, and maybe
30 gallons spread out on the concrete floor.
The leak had not developed until the water was just a meter from the top of the 10-meter tube.
The day prior, I shot several photos of the pains they take in installing the window. They apply a generous amount of grease to the front and back of the gasket (applying first to the metal on which the gasket sits on the tube, then the gasket, then a layer of grease on top of the gasket, before installing the window.
Mr. Dohmen's assistant said that this is about the 20th time they have emptied the tube of water for part of the demonstration, but this is the first time it has leaked.
The video that I shot was prior to my leaving for the airport. I was taken first to Mr. Dohmen's home (gorgeous) out in the countryside, because he was going to drive me to the airport, but with the situation that had arisen with the leak, he needed to go in to assess
things and see whether they could proceed with the scheduled demonstration or if they should drain the tank and re-seal the window first (which would take almost a day).
"The last thing you want is a bunch of water on the floor with a 15 kW load spread over it," he said. "That would make headlines we don't want to make."
I ended up just barely missing my flight, and was able to get a flight scheduled for the next day, a little earlier, no charge. So I had 24 hours to burn.
At first, I was going to just stay at a hotel there in Frankfurt and work on some stories, but after the shuttle didn't show up for me, I had the notion to go ahead and take a train back to Cologne to see if I could catch the demo, if they proceed with it.
I was having trouble with Skype not placing phone calls, so it took about an hour for me to finally get a hold of someone at Rosch. The said they were all in meetings and not doing a
demonstration [at that time], but they would send someone to come get me. Apologetically, I said I could go ahead and take the train back to Frankfurt, but Mr. Dohmen's assistant said to come on over, so I did. They are quite close to the airport.
By then, the water level on the tube was down to the window, so it would have been draining for about an hour by the time I got
there (via the fire hose, not the leak).
Mr. Dohmen was there at the tube, watching over things when I arrived; and he was not in a good mood, being flustered by this set-back.
|From: "Patrick NIES"
Sent: June 24, 2015 3:00 AM
About the side of the tension of the chain on Rosch system, there is no
need to do more tests.
We can clearly see on the videos you've made that it's the KPP which drive the generator and not the inverse => the upper
side is straight, the lower is loose.
Thanks a lot for all your writings that I follow for more than 10 years
I had received a suggestion by email from David Haack (neutral) that if we were able to see the demo again to pay very close attention to the chain. If the tension was on one side, it would indicate that the buoyancy tube is providing the torque to turn the generator. If the tension is on the opposite side, it would indicate that the "generator" is actually a motor, turning the system, with a hidden electrical wire to power it somewhere. My purpose in observing the chain would not be as evidence for myself, because as I indicated on Saturday night/Sunday morning, I'm 100% convinced this is real. It
would be to give that added supporting data to the audience.
As I was standing there explaining that, pointing to the upper and lower levels of the chain, Mr. Dohmen walked up and heard what I was
saying to Stuart.
Exasperated, not at me, but at the inexhaustible skeptics, he said
(paraphrasing): "I've had enough of the bullshitters. If people are going to be like that, then they can stay away. We have plenty who see the obvious evidence and come
aboard. We're not going to do this (empty the tube) any more."
He related that today's party from [a government in Africa] saw it run for ten minutes, and that was enough. They signed a contract and wrote a check.
"Most of the people who come here are more like that. They are
professionals. They see it running for a few minutes. They are convinced. They
don't suspect fraud and look for anywhere they can to figure out how we are
tricking them." (Paraphrasing.)
As we drove to the airport on Tuesday, he said that they have almost reached their maximum number of orders for sales that they can
deliver in this first phase.
The window of time for getting in at this stage is closing.
"After we have our showplant running this Fall, the price is going to be
twice what it is now for those pioneers willing to come in now."
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