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[DVD cover] "Free Power Around-the-Clock"

A detailed documentary on the work of Dr. Paulo Correa and Alexandra Correa at ABRI (2001-2004) to develop a readily accessible, quiet, free, `round-the-clock alternative power generation system consisting of an Orgone Accumulator modified to optimize its function as a Stirling Motor drive. Stunning evidence for the persistence of the anomalous positive temperature difference atop Orgone Accumulators - first discovered by W. Reich - even when these Accumulators are continually used as thermal Motor-Drives during nighttime.

Format: DVD. Digitally mastered. No Region.
Running time: 1hour 7 min.
Educational ABRI video AM-02
ISBN 1-894840-25-9


"Free Power Around-the-Clock" begins with the Reich-Einstein experiment - when the spontaneous positive temperature difference atop Orgone Accumulators (ORACs) was observed to persist even in naked suspended Faraday cages, and follows on to the Correas' step-by-step development of a hybrid apparatus - the HYBORAC, a cross between a Black ORAC and a Black Faraday cage - designed for daytime exposure to solar radiation and as a drive for Low Delta-T Gamma Stirling Motors.

The feature moves on to the development of a variant calorimeter-like HYBORAC for nighttime operation that would be capable of preserving the positive difference while driving the Stirling engine.

Early attempts at securing continuous operation reached near round-the-clock results, up to 20 out of 24 hours. Further improvements to the 8 cubic inch HYBORAC enabled its nighttime performance to match that of daytime, with diurnal mean outputs that show this technology to be >1.5x more efficient at capturing solar radiation than passive solar collector standards, nearly 3x more efficient at outputting work-equivalent energy than photovoltaics, and capable of driving a Stirling Motor around the clock, 24 out of 24 hours.


Contents:

1.   Opening
2.   Introduction
      The Reich Einstein experiment
      The thermal anomaly of Orgone Accumulators
      The Stirling Motor
      The daytime HYBORAC
      The nighttime HYBORAC
3.   Initial daytime experiments with the HYBORAC/Stirling drive
4.   Initial nighttime experiments with the HYBORAC/Stirling drive
5.   Attempts at continuous operation of the HYBORAC/Stirling drive
6.   Around-the-Clock Free Power
      The 48 hour experiment
      Stirling Motor input and output calibrations
      The heat problem of the HYBORAC as a Stirling drive
      Conversion of Latent into Sensible Heat
      Power output of the HYBORAC
      Power output of the HYBORAC-coupled Stirling Motor
7.   Credits

 

 

Produced by Akronos Publishing
Recorded by ABRI Productions
Engineered by ABRI Studios
Design by Akronos Publishing
Camera by Dr. Malgosia Askanas
Music by Izan Ader
Art work by Alexandra Correa

 

References
  1. Correa, P & Correa, A (2001) "The reproducible thermal anomaly of the Reich-Einstein experiment under limit conditions", Infinite Energy, 7:12.
  2. Correa, P & Correa, A (1998, 2001) "The thermal anomaly in ORACs and the Reich-Einstein experiment: implications for blackbody theory", Akronos Publishing, Concord, Canada, monograph AS2-05.
  3. * Correa, P & Correa, A (2002) "A modified orgone accumulator (HYBORAC) as a drive for a low delta-T Stirling engine", Infinite Energy, 41:23; also by Akronos Publishing, Concord, Canada, as monograph AS2-25.
  4. * Correa, P & Correa, A (2002) "A modified orgone accumulator (complete HYBORAC) as a nighttime drive for a low delta-T Stirling engine, Part II", Infinite Energy, 42:41; also by Akronos Publishing, Concord, Canada, as monograph AS2-26.
  5. * Correa, P, Correa, A & Mallove, E (2004) "Power performance of Stirling motors driven from modified Orgone Accumulators" (Part III), Infinite Energy, 53:9.
  6. * Correa, P & Correa, A (2003) "Around-the-clock free power from improved HYBORACs driving low delta-T Gamma Stirling engines, Part IV", Akronos Publishing, Concord, Canada, as monograph AS2-32.
* Included in DVD if PDF option was purchased

 

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