A machine was invented that would produce unlimited energy

Jerry Scovel stcfarms@netexpress.net 
A machine was invented that would produce unlimited energy
Mon Apr 8 20:01:37 2002
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Subject: A machine was invented that would produce unlimited energy
Date: Mon, 08 Apr 2002 16:22:19 -0500
From: "Jerry Scovel" - stcfarms@netexpress.net
To: apfn@apfn.org

In 1963 a machine was invented that would produce unlimited energy, remove
existing air pollution and make pure water as a "waste" product with solar
power from space. The government has suppressed these plans (they wanted to
use it as a weapon) and the energy companies have supported them. These
plans have now surfaced and are being offered free to anyone with an email
address that can handle 4 megs. This is not about money, the inventor just
wants you to know the truth. Send any inquiries to the email address
Subject : solar furnace. Please, pass this on. Together
we can force the government to tell the truth about this and other
inventions that can save the environment.
Thank you,
Jerry Scovel - stcfarms@netexpress.net
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Jerry, thank for the info.. I have networked and posted to APFN msg bd.

Please send the file to apfn@apfn.org

Again, thanking you in advance,

Ken Vardon

http://www.apfn.org

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                                               The Solar Orbit Solar Furnace  The solar furnace would be in orbit approximatly 5,000,000 km. from the sun. Standard solar furnace designs (such as the commercial one in france) will be suitable for this purpose. It will be different in that instead of using the light to produce steam it will instead use a Fresnel lens or a prism to separate the light into it's individual wavelengths. The light will then be transmitted to a geostationary earth orbit sattelite for transmission to earth. It is necessary to do this to reduce interferrence scattering of the light.At the output side of the fresnel lens or the prism will be bundles of optical fibers, these will be used to aim all identical wavelengths of light at the same mirror. From there the beam will be aimed at an ocean station on earth to be converted to hydrogen and oxygen, or into the stratosphere to destroy the molecules that cause pollution, depending on their wavelength.The wavelengths aimed through the stratosphere would be only the specific wavelengths required to destroy chlorofluorocarbons, chlorine monoxide, sulfur dioxide etc. These beams would not strike the earth, but would pass through the stratosphere and back out coming within 15km. from earth. This would give them twice the time as an earthbound laser to strike their target moleculesFrom each cu. km. of seawater distilled the following chemicals and minerals can be recovered: chlorine 21,800,000 tons, sodium 12,000,000 toms, magnesium 1,560,000 tons, sulfur 1,020,000 tons, calcium 460,000 tons, bromine 74,600 tons, potassium 440,000 tons, carbon 32,000 tons, strontium 9,300 tons, boron 5,600 tons, silicon 3,400 tons, fluorine 1,490 tons, argon 780 tons, nitrogen 590 tons, lithium 195 tons, rubidium 139 tons, phosphorous 81 tons, iodine 68 tons, barium 34 tons, indium 20 tons, zinc 12 tons, iron 12 tons, aluminum 12 tons, molybdenum 12 tons, selenium 4.6 tons, tin 3.4 tons, copper 3.4 tons, uranium 3.4 tons, nickel 2.2 tons, manganese 2.2 tons, titanium 1.4 tons, antimony .5 ton cobalt .5 ton, cesium .5 tom, cerium .5 ton, yttrium .2 ton, silver .2 ton, lantharum .2 ton, krypton .2 ton, neon .1 ton, cadmium .1 ton, tungsten .1 ton, xenon .1 ton, geranium .07 ton, chronium .05 ton, thorin .05 ton, scandium .05 ton, lead .02 ton, mercury .02 ton, gallium .02 ton, bismuth .02 ton, columbium .01 ton, thallium .007 ton, helium .007 ton and gold .005 ton. The sale of these minerals will help to pay for the system.  This process has other advantages. By placing the solar furnace in close solar orbit it can collect 180 times the energy that the same unit could collect in earth orbit. A good example that you can test yourself is to place your hand 3" from a 100 watt light bulb, and then 93" from the same light bulb. In this way you will be able to see how much more energy can be gained by being closer to the sun.  When hydrogen and oxygen are burned they produce only energy and pure water. This water could be used to irrigate millions of sq. km. of arid land. With this land in production millions of tons of oxygen would be put into the atmosphere, as millions of tons of carbon dioxide would be removed. Once in place the system would require little maintenance. I believe that the cheapest way to place such large loads into orbit would be a balloon launch system. Balloons would be slow but efficient. The first 20 miles on an orbital launch uses 80% of the fuel. A third of  the balloons would be filled with hydrogen and two thirds filled with oxygen. The excess oxygen would be used for life support. The weather balloons would be silvered on the inside to retain heat. A small internal heater will heat and expand the gas, providing lift. When the craft rises above 20 miles ramjets (simple, economical air breathing jet engines) will provide the required thrust. They will burn some of the hydrogen from the balloons but will get oxygen from the thin air. The ramjets would accelerate the craft up to mach 8, at which point they will be shut down, and the scramjets ignited. The scramjets will accelerate the craft up to mach 26, still using the outside oxygen. It will burn hydrogen from the balloons. When mach 26 is attained and the craft is in orbit, the scramjets will be shut down and rockets powered by hydrogen and oxygen from the balloons will take over to propel the craft to its destination. It should only take a day to reach orbit and use only a small fraction of the fuel as a rapid launch. By using simple, repetitive components the vehicle can be made as large as necessary and costs kept at a minimum. All of these components have been tested for years and are available on the open market. Jerry Scovel

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Jerry Scovel  locomukwa@core.com

Solar Furnace:

lar Orbit Solar
Mon Apr 8 20:55:02 2002
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Solar Orbit Solar Furnace
The solar furnace would be in orbit approximately 5,000,000 km. from the sun.
Standard solar furnace designs (such as the commercial one in France) will be suitable
for this purpose. It will be different in that instead of using the light to produce steam it
will instead use a Fresnel lens or a prism to separate the light into it's individual
wavelengths. The light will then be transmitted to a geostationary earth orbit satellite
for transmission to earth. It is necessary to do this to reduce interference scattering
of the light. At the output side of the fresnel lens or the prism will be bundles of optical
fibers, these will be used to aim all identical wavelengths of light at the same mirror.
From there the beam will be aimed at an ocean station on earth to be converted to
hydrogen and oxygen, or into the stratosphere to destroy the molecules that cause
pollution, depending on their wavelength.

The wavelengths aimed through the stratosphere would be only the specific wavelengths
required to destroy chlorofluorocarbons, chlorine monoxide, sulfur dioxide etc. These
beams would not strike the earth, but would pass through the stratosphere and back
out coming within 15km. from earth. This would give them twice the time as an
earthbound laser to strike their target molecules.

From each cu. km. of seawater distilled the following chemicals and minerals can be
recovered: chlorine 21,800,000 tons, sodium 12,000,000 toms, magnesium 1,560,000
tons, sulfur 1,020,000 tons, calcium 460,000 tons, bromine 74,600 tons, potassium
440,000 tons, carbon 32,000 tons, strontium 9,300 tons, boron 5,600 tons, silicon
3,400 tons, fluorine 1,490 tons, argon 780 tons, nitrogen 590 tons, lithium 195 tons,
rubidium 139 tons, phosphorous 81 tons, iodine 68 tons, barium 34 tons, indium
20 tons, zinc 12 tons, iron 12 tons, aluminum 12 tons, molybdenum 12 tons, selenium
4.6 tons, tin 3.4 tons, copper 3.4 tons, uranium 3.4 tons, nickel 2.2 tons, manganese
2.2 tons, titanium 1.4 tons, antimony .5 ton cobalt .5 ton, cesium .5 tom, cerium .5 ton,
yttrium .2 ton, silver .2 ton, lantharum .

2 ton, krypton .2 ton, neon .1 ton, cadmium .1 ton, tungsten .1 ton, xenon .1 ton, geranium
.07 ton, chronium .05 ton, thorin .05 ton, scandium .05 ton, lead .02 ton, mercury
.02 ton, gallium .02 ton, bismuth .02 ton, columbium .01 ton, thallium .007 ton, helium
.007 ton and gold .005 ton. The sale of these minerals will help to pay for the system.
This process has other advantages. By placing the solar furnace in close solar orbit it
can collect 180 times the energy that the same unit could collect in earth orbit. A good
example that you can test yourself is to place your hand 3" from a 100 watt light bulb,
and then 93" from the same light bulb. In this way you will be able to see how much
more energy can be gained by being closer to the sun.

When hydrogen and oxygen are burned they produce only energy and pure water.
This water could be used to irrigate millions of sq. km. of arid land. With this land in
production millions of tons of oxygen would be put into the atmosphere, as millions
of tons of carbon dioxide would be removed. Once in place the system would require
little maintenance.

I believe that the cheapest way to place such large loads into orbit would be a balloon
launch system. Balloons would be slow but efficient. The first 20 miles on an orbital
launch uses 80% of the fuel. A third of the balloons would be filled with hydrogen
and two thirds filled with oxygen. The excess oxygen would be used for life support.
The weather balloons would be silvered on the inside to retain heat. A small internal
heater will heat and expand the gas, providing lift. When the craft rises above 20 miles
ramjets (simple, economical air breathing jet engines) will provide the required thrust.
They will burn some of the hydrogen from the balloons but will get oxygen from the
thin air. The ramjets would accelerate the craft up to mach 8, at which point they will
be shut down, and the scramjets ignited. The scramjets will accelerate the craft up to
mach 26, still using the outside oxygen. It will burn hydrogen from the balloons. When
mach 26 is attained and the craft is in orbit, the scramjets will be shut down and rockets
powered by hydrogen and oxygen from the balloons will take over to propel the craft to
its destination. It should only take a day to reach orbit and use only a small fraction of
the fuel as a rapid launch. By using simple, repetitive components the vehicle can be
made as large as necessary and costs kept at a minimum. All of these components have
been tested for years and are available on the open market.

Jerry Scovel - locomukwa@core.com   

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