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Thursday, November 25, 2010

another upbeat update and more to come

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Dear Reader - anyone who's following this blog - I have some preliminary and very good news and will post the data here tomorrow morning.  Right now I need sleep.

It seems that we've got an extraordinary coefficient of performance - as there's zero discharge measured from the battery and a 'too hot to handle' condition on our resistor.  On the morrow we'll be posting up all the graphs on the control wattages and the data from these last tests.   Still to rerun these and similar tests - but it all does appear to be very repeatable.  Still need some overview from our experts but I suspect that will still be some time in the offing as we're to submit a more comprehensive set of data than I'll be posting in the morning.

It's blown me away.  There were early indications of this - some week ago - but the numbers are being firmed up and it seems that we really do not need to stray too far from standard elements and standard technology.  Always was a concern.  It seems that we just need to switch that current and switch it fast.  What a pleasure.  More to the point - there appears to be no NOISE.  I actually am beginning to think that this may yet be easily applied to standard technologies using standard components.  The students are brilliant.

Watch this space.  LOL

Kindest regards,
Rosemary

BTW I'll be goig 'public' tomorrow - when and if I find the right threads and forums.  Not sure where to go but presumably OU.com will be happy to post either the data or a link.  And then there's OU.org.uk - and OUR.com.  Anyway I'll ask around.  Meanwhile let your friends know.  This is a replication with a vengeance - and everyone dedicated to open source this knowledge will be able to exploit it as and where they can.  SO EASY TO REPLICATE.  Thank you God.

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