Nu Energy Cell Update
Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2004 @ 12:06:01 MST
Topic: Devices

Good Day Everyone!

It was suggested by a couple of electronics experts who tested my Nu Energy(TM) Cells at my recent demonstration in Salt Lake City, Utah - that my cells are broad-band high capacitance diodes that receive stray radio-frequencies and convert them into a direct current. This seemed logical as the current obtained from the components could be explained with this theory...

Initially, some of the components showed spikes on my oscilloscope that looked like radio-noise. However, this now appears to be due to the poor wire contact that was made by placing a short wire across the carbon cylinder. With a secure clamp no noise is observed on the scope. From this I have to conclude that the current is not coming from an external radio source.

Placing a small shaving of the chemalloy in a salt solution under a high powered microscope shows that there are minute gas bubbles that are being ejected from the pores of the oxide layer that is formed on the alloy. The slow reaction is due to the gas bubbles clinging to the surface of the oxide layer and blocking reaction with the salt solution. In a conventional battery cell the reaction is so fast that the anode generates more gas than can be absorbed by its cathode and electrons are wasted.

The slow reaction in a Nu Energy cell appears to be the key to its extreme efficiency. This is real nuts and bolts "over-unity" in the sense that off-the-self batteries do not achieve the extreme efficiency of the Nu Energy cell. However, the Nu Energy cell will become the new measure that represens a closer to 100% efficiency than has been presently perceived in store bought primary batteries and the reaction will no longer be an over-unity phenomenon. Until it becomes the new standard it will be perceived to be an over-unity effect.

-B.A. Perreault
September 14, 2004

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