Aug 22Liked by Bob Greenyer

Bob 13 minutes in to this vlog, please watch.


Or anyone.

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Aug 20Liked by Bob Greenyer

Bob, thanks for the link for the shielding patent and the history of strange radiation. Do you think the shielding described would convert the MTER clusters into heat energy? It cites an example of a house being built over a fault line in the earths crust emitting strange radiation and this thin painted film protecting the inhabitants from the MTER clusters. So presumeably the clusters get absorbed into the film, right? I wonder if this would degrade the film due to this process? Also, regarding all cavitation systems in general, does this mean that even low intensity cavitation, such as your ultrasonic bath experiment, emit MTER clusters too, allbeit at a very low intensity, or does cavitation have to be over a certain intensity in order for the clusters to appear? Sorry to keep asking questions but I am just trying to get up to speed on the vast amount of content on your site...

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Aug 18·edited Aug 18Liked by Bob Greenyer

Hey Bob, I didn't get a reply regarding the cavitation heater below, here is a link:-


Have you seen this device before? Surely these small companies cant all be on the wind up, right? It seems that all these cavitation startups seem to go quiet after postíng such claims on youtube! Why? Do you think they get a visit from the men in black?

In the comments someone mentions a windmill that’s using a water brake to heat water using cavitation, in a similar way, saying they had to remove or was removed by youtube.

I am new here to your blog and find your presentations fascinating but still struggling to understand the cavitation process as you describe it. The Russian cavitation device in your presentation seems to show the heat being created within the water stream so that the tubes don'tget eaten away by the cavitation jets, but in Leclaires experiment it would seem the aluminium mesh is critical to generate excess heat, albeit dangerous due to the strange radiation you described to me before. The CES device, I have linked above, doesn't mention whether the chamber gets destroyed in the process of cavitation. What are your thoughts..A seawater device with a CoP of 20 has got to be pretty useful for a diy heater no? They say in the presentation that the cavitation process releases the sodium in the seawater which presumeably creates a coulomb explosion . I am not an expert on chemistry, but do you think this all sounds legit..Even Leclaire was saying he was getting cop 3 i.e an 800w creating 2600w water heating, but starving the inlet of utility pump with a gate valve seems a pretty inefficient way to induce this process. Look forward to your thoughts. Many thanks Mark

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Hey ya'll, watch this-


Not related directly but def of interest.

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Aug 16Liked by Bob Greenyer


The Inner World of a Collapsing Bubble

Detailed high-speed visualizations present the complex dynamics within a bubble collapsing in the vicinity of a free surface.

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Aug 15Liked by Bob Greenyer

Thanks Bob,

Toi,toi,toi (meaning good luck in German theater context) for your filming.

Since your singing is not bad, I am still looking forward to "O-Day - The Musical" ;)

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Thanks Bob, that was an interesting presentation. There is a company that are using modified diesel fuel injectors to inject a periodic water jet into a small water filled chamber, with the purpose of creating heat from the induced cavitation, in order to generate low cost steam. They claim COP 3 to 5 with tap water, but here is the interesting thing, they say using seawater increases the COP 5 fold, i.e. a COP of about 20..What are your thoughts on this? Do you think the additional elements found in seawater are causing a chemical reaction during the cavitation process?.

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Aug 14Liked by Bob Greenyer

They fly so high

Nearly reach the sky

Like all my dreams

They fade and die

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