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You are here: > News > June 28, 2015; 2:50 GMT

CEACU self-sustaining hydro turbine by Geoffrey Miller of EnergyBat Labs

Simplistically, the Centrifugal Energy Amplification Conversion Unit (CQ for short) entails pumping water into the top of a disc with nozzles in its periphery such that the exiting water causes the disc to rotate. As the speed increases, the water going to the periphery is facilitated by a centrifugal effect.

Geoffery S. Miller's CEACU (Centrifugal Energy Amplification Conversion Unit)

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

The last two technologies we featured from Geoffrey Miller of Energybat Labs are modifications he has made of other inventors' work: Newman and Keppe.

In this article we feature a technology Geoff came up with himself -- though he isn't the only one that has built something along these lines. Mike Waters, his primary partner, before they met, had independently come up with something very much like this.

To simplistically describe how this works, basically, all you do is run water into the top of a disc with nozzles in its periphery such that the exiting water causes the disc to rotate. As the speed increases, the water going to the periphery is facilitated by a centrifugal effect. The exiting water is cycled back into the system. Above a certain speed, the centrifugal force actually creates a suction on the incoming water so that the pumping action is no longer required. And at an even higher speed, the system not only self-loops, but creates excess energy. Hence the name:  Centrifugal Energy Amplification Conversion Unit (CEACU) or CQ for short.

Sound like lifting yourself up by your own bootstraps? I'm not sure what plug of the wheelwork of nature is being harnessed here, but both Geoff and Mike say it definitely works. It seems to me like if this really works, then it would be challenging to regulate it so that it doesn't go into run-away mode and speed to destruction.

Geoff has built several of these over the years. This is another design he is willing to release under open license terms, once EnergyBat Labs get settled in an adequate facility. 

On June 27, Geoff sent me a photo of his present, cramped lab, with three inches of water on the floor from a day of rain in the area. It is situated next to a ditch which has flooded a number of times.

While I was there on June 19, he fired one of these CQs up for me, and because he forgot to put the cover over the top, it immediately got my attention, as I got a little wet from the spray coming from the system.

That key component (that is in all of Geoff's generator systems) that I've mentioned in the previous two stories (Keppe | Newman) is also utilized here, but it can't be seen in this compilation of CEACU videos and photos. Geoff says it is located where you can't see it.

As of this writing, no one has yet figured out what that key is. I gave the following hints to my friend here in Fountain Green, UT, Darrell Jacobson, who called with a guess. "You can see it very clearly in the two previous videos. It is so simple that it can be described with just two words."

Here's the CQ video compilation:

For those of you who haven't yet read the last two stories I did...

On June 18, on the way to the Rosch demo in Germany, I had a 14+ hour layover in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, so I visited Geoffrey S. Miller and his Energybat Labs not far from the airport. A year and a half after we reported on his existence, he still is one of the best kept secrets in the world of exotic free energy.

The guy is a genius, very productive and resourceful to get so much done on a shoestring budget, in cramped quarters. I've encountered many inventors in my travels, but never have I seen so many inventions (mostly variations of other's inventions) by one person in one place.

He so deserves a much more spacious facility than what he has at present. His lab isn't as cramped or packed as Hutchison's apartment from bygone years, but nearly so.

The first place Geoff took me, on the way to his lab, was to a facility on the way, which he hopes to secure and move into. It would be more than adequate.

Here's a video collage of that location.

I hope you can see why I would repeat bringing attention to this wish list of where Geoff and his crew would like to go. As you review the material I'll be providing over the next few days about what he is doing and what he has done, I think you'll agree that if anyone deserves better digs than they presently have, he does. He has a donate button on his site, so maybe you'll feel the urge to chip in in a small, medium, or large way.

To show you his level of sacrifice and dedication, for the past 1.5 years, since I put up that story about him, he has been putting in 18 hour days. Once a day he pauses for a brief meal -- a hamburger. That's it, pretty much. All the rest of his money goes toward shop expenses and supplies for building stuff. But most of what he does comes from his accumulation of materials over the years -- making due with what he has.

He's not seeking to become a billionaire, or even a millionaire. He would be happy just to have his needs met and have the supplies and resources he needs to invent, sell kits, and spread this knowledge he has.

He's very much in favor of open sourcing. I think he pretty much concurs with my concept of an open license, where you put your plans out there and request that any commercial sales that result from them (plans, kits, components, translations, completed systems, franchises, etc) remit a 5% royalty. That way the technology can spread virally -- and I would think that any invested funds would be more than amply rewarded in this model, played out over and over.

So if you're someone with money to invest in clean energy, keep that in mind about Geoff.

Geoff is a golden goose, with a plethora of productive ideas to share, along with the ability to problem-solve.

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Last updated July 21, 2015




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