Humanity’s desire for sources of clean, limitless energy is not new, but it is attracting more and more researchers, both enthusiasts and respected scientists. In doing so, many of them believe it is possible and are putting all their physical and intellectual efforts into making the project a reality. The object of the work itself is called the “perpetual motion machine,” which is an extremely unfortunate name. Nothing is everlasting; these same perpetual motion generators powered by permanent Neodymium magnets are gradually demagnetized, and the bearings and various shafts wear out and need to be replaced.

Analysis of published developments shows that they operate on the principle of “excitation” of the coil, which is charged and filled with a magnetic field, but it is not clear why these developments have not gone into production and become widely implemented, primarily in developed countries that are critically dependent on imported hydrocarbons. It would seem that these countries should be the ones to create preferences for such developments, as is happening with the installation of solar panels and wind turbines. The simplest explanation is not some conspiracy but systemic flaws in the operating conditions of such installations and the inability of their authors to monetise their inventions.

The further development of already developed technologies for generating energy under the influence of ambient radiation fields, related to the creation of a pulsating magnetic field in a coil from a rotating wheel with permanent Neodymium magnets placed on it, as presented in the video of Prof. John Benini (1949–2016), is to develop similar techniques but excluding rotating parts in the circuit. On the internet, there are circuits where energy from the primary battery is fed to a transistor, which creates a magnetic field in the coil and charges a second battery, i.e., we are dealing with the same BTG Benini circuit. If we talk about the industrial production of fuelless generators for the power supply of individual houses, there are certain requirements for such equipment, such as compactness, the absence of rotating parts that create noise and discomfort, and an output power of about 5 kW.

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Analysis of open sources has shown that there are as yet no complete schemes that fulfill these requirements. The closest thing to these requirements is the development of the Neutrino Energy Group, a scientific and technological company that has created neutrinovoltaic technology, on the basis of which the Neutrino Power Cube net-fuel-free generator of 5–6 kW is being tested. The first factory for the production of such generators will start operating in Switzerland at the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024. It should be noted that the scheme of such a generator includes six generating modules, so connecting in parallel additional modules will lead to an increase in current and therefore the generated power.


What is a power-generating module?

This is a compressed stack of electricity-generating plates, i.e., connected in series. The plate consists of a metal foil (Neutrino Energy Group uses aluminum foil) with a nanomaterial applied to one side, consisting of alternating layers of graphene and doped silicon. The number of graphene-silicon layers can be between 9 and 20; further increasing the number of layers reduces the power. From the scheme of operation of the Neutrino Power Cube, it follows that the energy generation takes place exactly in the nanomaterial.

It is known that the movement of electrons is accompanied by the creation of a magnetic field. If we look at the processes occurring in graphene, it is necessary to note the fact that the graphene layer, which belongs to the 2D materials, exhibits the properties of a 3D material, i.e., a “graphene” wave occurs, which can be observed under a microscope with a strong magnification. Theoretical studies explain that the source of this process is electron-phonon coupling, as it suppresses long-wavelength bending rigidity and enhances out-of-plane fluctuations.

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But what affects the frequency and amplitude of oscillations of graphene? I believe that there are mainly two factors: the thermal Brownian motion of the atoms and the impact on the nucleus of the graphene atoms of the neutrino flux. The neutrinos having a mass, hitting the nucleus of the graphene atoms, transfer their kinetic energy to the graphene atoms in the form of amplification of their kinetic energy, i.e. therefore there is an amplification of the vibrations of the graphene atoms. The superposition of the frequencies of the vibrations caused by the thermal motion and the influence of neutrinos leads to a resonance of the vibrations.

This means that the electrons also vibrate, i.e., the graphene electrons are in a dynamic state, not a static one, which, by analogy with the motion of electrons in the electric circuit, causes the appearance of a magnetic field. And, as follows from the experiments of Professor John Benini, the magnetic field has an impulsive character. Similar to Benini’s conclusions, the electrogenerating plate created by the Neutrino Energy Group is an “energy pump” of sorts, capturing energy from the surrounding electromagnetic radiation fields. And the higher the temperature and impact of neutrinos – although this value is relatively constant at 60 billion particles crossing every cm2 of the Earth’s surface per second – the greater the resonance of atomic vibrations, which increases the frequency of oscillations and the strength of the magnetic field, hence the power to be generated.

There is also an explanation for the significant increase in generated power near power lines. An “energy pump” arising in a nanomaterial captures more energy from a stronger electromagnetic field. Of course, the proposed theory of electricity generation requires experimental proof, but we can already conclude that Neutrinovoltaic technology makes it possible to convert the energy of ambient radiation fields into a clean energy source that can be used for everyday life and that can help solve energy problems.


Translation from Russian, original article can be found here: Поля излучений – неисчерпаемый источник энергии уже сегодня

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