I've missed you, nathan28
Well yes, no doubt.
It is so much easier to not deal at all
with the substance of the OP or the other positive posters if you have another partner in derision that will help keep you distracted and entertained.
Others of us will however take advantage of this bits and bites exchange devise and link to more sources of information that may -gasp- change our minds. What a concept, using information to challenge our pretenses rather than only using information to reenforce ones pretenses.
Interested observers might want to check out the brillouinenergy folk. These people are not popcorn vendors and I dare say carry more collective credibility with their yes vote than do a few internet naysayers. http://www.brillouinenergy.com/
Robert W. George II, Chief Executive Officer
Mr. George is a multi-disciplined executive with extensive experience in product design and commercialization, running successful companies in the public and private sector, providing creative solutions for product development, marketing and international licensing and joint ventures.
Along with his duties at Brillouin Energy, Mr. George is Managing Director at Grosvenor Financial Partners, LLC, where he is a technical consultant assisting clients in establishing Joint Ventures, Licensing and Strategic Alliances in the U. S., Europe and the Gulf (GCC) region. Previously, he has produced extraordinary results as CEO for several companies including Commerce Direct Systems, Inc. Napa, CA, Imagineering International, Inc., Nashua, NH and Denning Mobile Robotics, Inc. Wilmington, MA (NASDAQ:GARD). At Denning Mobile Robotics Mr. George developed the world’s first commercial artificially intelligent autonomous mobile robots and positioned the company for a successful Initial Public Offering.
Mr. George serves on several Boards of Directors that include:
Equinox Equity Investments, LLC, Developer of hospitality properties. Evans Hagen & Company, Competitive market analysts, litigation support, technology telecommunications. Strategic Communications, Inc., Providing public companies with Investor Relations and Public Relations. Oklahoma Energy Corp (NASDAQ:OKOK) Oil, Gas and Energy development.
Mr. George has a BSME from University of New Hampshire in Mechanical Engineering and a BA from Massachusetts College of Art in High Temperature Ceramics. While studying at the University of New Hampshire he received the prestigious Lincoln Foundation Engineering Award.
Robert E. Godes, President and Chief Technology Officer
The founder of Brillouin Energy Corp. is an innovative technical designer, electrical engineer, and creative solution inventor with over 25 years experience in identifying and developing technology products for diverse organizations. Recognized and identified for improving overall productivity, focused on continuously delivering efficient applications while maintaining reliability and reducing overall costs. He has contributed to applications including torpedo guidance systems, paper currency recognition systems, distributed data collection and control systems, and puddle detection systems. He has actively studied mechanics, quantum mechanics, and several areas of physics, electronics, control systems, programming, and chemistry. His talent in integrating mechanical design, physics, and chemistry provides extraordinary insight into the various problems and failures of existing research in this field.
Previous to Brillouin Energy Corp, Mr. Godes worked as an electrical engineer at EnergyLine, Clear-com, Versatec and ARDAC. Mr. Godes earned a BS from Ohio Northern University in electrical engineering. He is knowledgeable in the fields of Material Science, Chemistry, Astrophysics, Molecular Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics. He was awarded the Remsburg Annual Creativity Award, ONU IEEE Design Contest and the ONU Board of Engineering Director's Contest
. He published a nine-page feature article in Infinite Energy Magazine: “The Quantum Fusion Hypothesis”, Vol 14 issue 82 2008. (See link in the side bar to the left.)
Jim Aldridge, Engineering Manager, Project Leader
Accomplished and integrity-driven technology entrepreneur committed to developing renewable energy solutions. Jim’s career spans 35 years in Silicon Valley working in over 25 technology companies directing complex engineering and marketing projects. He has led successful product developments and commercial launches for companies in Fiber Optics, Telecommunications, Semiconductor Equipment, Automated Test Systems and Robotics. Jim is highly experienced in leading design teams to develop and commercially grow technology products for new emerging markets.
Other endeavors of Mr. Aldridge include:
2006 – Present, Alpha Robotics Systems, Palo Alto, CA - Engineering Consultant
Horizon Analog, Lawrence, KS - CTO for startup of electronic signal processing company - Led design of specialized all-analog filter for DSL and audio applications.
Global Silicon Networks, Fremont, CA - Directed electronic engineering for startup Designed and built robot and mechanical interface for thin film coating equipment.
Innovation Engineering, San Mateo, CA - Engineering manager - Developed electronic hardware and firmware to control SCARA robot arm for glass material handler.
Technical Advisory Board
Brillouin has carefully selected our Advisory Board to help with experimental setup, data collection, calorimetry, calculations and interfacing with commercial generation companies. Brillouin Energy currently has a six man Advisory Board:
Charles S. Holden, scientific consultant, works with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in development of nuclear Fuel cycles and medical isotopes.
Michael C.H. McKubre PhD., Director, Energy Research Center, Stanford Research Institute
Edward Beardsworth PhD. marketing strategy and business development consultant
Roger W. Fuller, Founder and the Senior Scientist Maxim Integrated Products
Adolfo O. Gutierrez PhD., Executive Director and co-founder of Southern Pacific Research Institute for Advanced Technologies
Robert Clear PhD. Past Staff Scientist for Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory in the Applied Science Division.
All these things will continue as long as coercion remains a central element of our mentality.