Sun, December 18, 2011 - 9:32 AM
I am learning about what role protons play in overunity devices and how to create a device that can bypass all forms of fuel to produce a proton vapor that could be used inside an internal combustion engine. Hydrogen gas seems to be the closest thing to what could be considered a proton vapor however the protons are still bound to the hydrogen nucleus. I theorize that by stripping away the protons and producing a highly dense proton plasma we can solve all our energy problems as well as discover other interesting uses for this technology. The way it would work is through the process called cavitation. I imagine inside an engine the spark plug would produce a small negatively charged plasma bubble which when introduced into a highly dense positively charged plasma would collapse creating a vacuum. I believe this is how a Joe cell was meant to work. The engine would run cold because of the intense vacuum created from cavitation. It would also run quiet and smooth because there is no combustion taking place. The water in the cell would become negative because all its protons are being stripped away.