BlackLight Power. BlackLight Power, Inc.
(BLP) of Cranbury, New Jersey is a company founded by Randell L. Mills, who claims to have discovered a new energy source. The purported energy source is based on Mills' assertion that the electron in a hydrogen atom can drop below the lowest energy state known as the ground state. Mills calls these hypothetical hydrogen atoms that are in an energy state below ground level, "hydrinos". Mills self-published a closely related book, The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics and has co-authored articles on claimed hydrino-related phenomena. Critics say it lacks corroborating scientific evidence, and is a relic of cold fusion. Company Randell Mills, the founder and CEO of BlackLight Power, received a degree in Chemistry from Franklin & Marshall College in 1982.
BLP holds several patents based on graphic modelling software. Free energy suppression. Free energy suppression (or new energy suppression) is a conspiracy theory that technologically viable, pollution-free, no-cost energy sources are being suppressed by government, corporations, or advocacy groups. Devices allegedly suppressed include perpetual motion machines, cold fusion generators, torus-based generators, reverse-engineered extraterrestrial technology and other generally unproven, low-cost energy sources. History The alleged suppression (or weakening) is claimed to have occurred since the mid-19th century and perpetrated by various government agencies, corporate powers, special interest groups, and fraudulent inventors.[unreliable source?]
The special interest groups are usually claimed to be associated with the fossil fuel or nuclear industry, whose business model would be threatened. Current claims of suppression Claims of suppression include: Hongcheng Magic Liquid. The Hongcheng Magic Liquid incident was a scam in China where Wang Hongcheng (Chinese: 王洪成; pinyin: Wáng Hóngchéng), a bus driver from Harbin with no scientific education, claimed in 1983 that he could turn regular water into a fuel as flammable as petrol by simply dissolving a few drops of his liquid in it. He founded the Hongcheng Magic Liquid company with funds from Chinese governmental agencies and other supporters, raising a total of 300 million yuan (US$37 million), but no product was ever released. In 1995 Hongcheng refused an invitation to carry a scientific appraisal of his invention at Beijing, and the notable scientist and debunker He Zuoxiu and other 40 scientists made a statement calling the Chinese Government to investigate his claims. Hongcheng was eventually arrested, put to trial, and in 1998, was found guilty of fraud and deceit and condemned to 10 years of prison. Invention and initial experiments
Perpetual motion. Robert Fludd's 1618 "water screw" perpetual motion machine from a 1660 wood engraving.
This device is widely credited as the first recorded attempt to describe such a device in order to produce useful work, that of driving millstones. Although the machine would not work, the idea was that water from the top tank turns a water wheel (bottom-left), which drives a complicated series of gears and shafts that ultimately rotate the Archimedes' screw (bottom-center to top-right) to pump water to refill the tank. The rotary motion of the water wheel also drives two grinding wheels (bottom-right) and is shown as providing sufficient excess water to lubricate them. Water-fuelled car.
A water-fuelled car is an automobile that hypothetically derives its energy directly from water.
Water-fuelled cars have been the subject of numerous international patents, newspaper and popular science magazine articles, local television news coverage, and websites. The claims for these devices have been found to be pseudoscience and some were found to be tied to investment frauds. These vehicles may be claimed to produce fuel from water on board with no other energy input, or may be a hybrid claiming to derive some of its energy from water in addition to a conventional source (such as gasoline). This article focuses on vehicles that claim to extract chemical potential energy directly from water. Water is fully oxidized hydrogen.