Plasma micro-reactor steaming ahead

Charles François of FuturProbable continues to develop his TMLECPW plasma micro-reactor for use as a steam generator.

This technology is getting smaller and more sophisticated with François claiming 245% energy return. In a video released June 22 (below), he provides some background on the TMLECPW technology en Française, described as having 51 Watts input and 125 Watts output.

The most recent video above unveils the new Micro Plasma Reactor design that looks, well, … “Awesome, dude!“. With a professed energy return of 300%, it is!

François is preparing to move to new lab space, where he will work towards a higher steam output suitable for a hot-water boiler.

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Plasma discharge inspires FuturProbable

A new video release from Charles François of FuturProbable Laboratoire R&D LENR-CPW incorporates his recent ideas on the nature of the plasma discharge reaction and its relationship to multi-dimensional space. Slides of François’ conceptual model are presented throughout the video.

It appears as if he is also using audio in the soundtrack captured from the plasma in the cell.

New energy technology in our FuturProbable featured background on his experimental work, and though I’m not able to understand the theory presented in French at this time, François has some of the most beautiful plasma cell videos around!

In the video’s introduction, he writes poetically,

Physics of the infinitely large and cosmology
Physics of the infinitely small and particle physics,
we’re all tightrope.

Our universe 4D is any elastic mass
Energy excites the curve as does the
wind on the surface of the water,
waves can travel so

Fusion froide maintenant!


New energy technology in our FuturProbable January 24, 2013