Tuesday, March 23, 2010

BlackLight Power Gets $10-Million Investment And A Huge Order For 750-Megawatt Hydrino Reactor

In this small, 50-kilowatt hydrino reactor - enough to provide power to 10 homes - hydrogen atoms are heated and then resonate with a NaH catalyst that absorbs photon from their orbit, creating the fractional state of he atom that is called a hydrino. Heat created in the process of stripping the photons turns a steam turbine to create electricity, while some hydrinos return to regenerate the catalyst so that more fuel is never needed. Photo: BlackLight Power Co.

BlackLight Power, the Cranbury, N.J., company we told you about several weeks ago, announced Friday that it won a huge contract for a 750-megawatt hydrino reactor and an addition $10 million in investments.

The hydrino is a fractional state of hydrogen that is created when a heated hydrogen atom is stripped of a photon in its orbit during resonance with BlackLight's proprietary NaH solid fuel catalyst. The stripping process yields incredible amounts of heat to power a steam turbine to produce electricity. Some hydrinos are reabsorbed into the catalyst, making it self-regenerating. It never needs more fuel than one liter of water, which will produce 2.7 billion Joules of heat energy, the company says.

The hydrino reactor, which will power all the Italian factories of a billion-euro diversified plastics and energy company called RadiciGroup and its subsidiaries Geogreen SaP and Geoenergie SaP, is also a future power source for the automotive industry, according to engineering drawings released by the company on March 19.

The Radici reactor is the seventh now on order and the first for Europe.

Meanwhile, my 3,500-word article on BlackLight Power and hydrinos has been viewed on CNN's iReport and in The American Reporter since January and was updated several times since then.

I'm also urging my childhood friend, Congressman Rush D. Holt of New Jersey, to advocate for hydrino energy, which was discovered in his district - once the home of Albert Einstein. Thomas Edison worked just 17 miles from BlackLight Power's headquarters.

The BlackLight Process is likely to revolutionize the world to the same extent as the work of those men, and Dr. Randall Mills, who discovered the hydrino, has often been spoken of as a candidate for the Nobel Prize in physics. His ideas have opened up a vast divide between quantum and classical theory, and he has proposed a unified theory of both.

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