Free Energy: The Secret they can’t kill

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The man in the photo [right] is Bob Boyce.

You
probably have never heard of Bob until now. Some people obviously hoped
you never would. Bob has just been diagnosed with a terminal cancer and
it is likely that he will die before his breakthrough discovery is
widely known. But we hope to change that with this story.

Bob Boyce has done the impossible. He has developed an apparatus that is
capable of recharging a heavy duty battery with that comes from
the environment. I use the term from the environment because, according to the laws of physics, we cannot create energy from nothing. But that might be a better description of what appears to be happening. We’re talking about .

Background

Bob is a very likable guy. He is a little heavy, has a beard and is
missing his front teeth. But his smile immediately warms your heart as
he enthusiastically talks about his work. From the get-go you sense that
this is a man who has a thorough understanding of some very complicated
theories. He doesn’t use big words like some scientists. Instead he is
able to explain exactly what he has done in a way that even a novice can
understand.

Well… maybe. I’m not sure I could replicate his work. I even hesitate
to write about it. But others have successfully done just that and have
built their own "free energy" machines based on Bob’s theories and
techniques. That’s why some people think he’s dangerous.

This all began years ago when Bob was a race boat enthusiast. He took
his small boats to many "heats" as they are called, and was looking for a
fuel with more energy to give him an edge over the competition. His
first thought was hydrogen.

Hydrogen has been used in autos and boats before as a fuel but it has
some downsides. It’s a highly explosive gas (remember the Hindenburg?)
and must be stored in heavy metal bottles. It’s also expensive to buy
and often unavailable when you need it. The ideal solution for Bob was
to manufacture hydrogen himself using a process called electrolysis.


Understanding Electrolysis


The technology of hydrogen production through conventional water
electrolysis is well-established. Conventional electrolysis splits water
into its components — hydrogen and oxygen — by charging water with a
DC electrical current. The charge breaks the chemical bond between the
hydrogen and oxygen and splits apart the atomic components. The
resulting ions form at two poles: the anode, which is positively
charged, and the cathode, which is negatively charged. Hydrogen ions
gather at the cathode and react with it to form hydrogen gas, which is
then collected. Oxygen goes through a similar process at the anode.

The main drawback of conventional electrolysis for large-scale hydrogen
production is the amount of required for the process.

Bob’s discovery changed that. It involves superimposing an alternating
high-frequency current (AC) on the DC current that supplies the anode
and cathode. He also uses multiple plates and cells to dissipate heat.
The release of hydrogen gas is multiples of what can be recovered in a
standard cell like the one pictured above.

According to Bob, there are two things needed to create this effect. The
first is an abundance of electrons. Bob uses a solution of
sodium-hydroxide. The second is the resonating energy to do the work of
splitting the H2O into hydrogen ions and oxygen.

Bob explains that the "mouse ears" (his phrase) of hydrogen bonds that
extend off from the oxygen atom get stretched and twisted by the
resonating current. This is just enough to make the bond break, after
which the hydroden ions need to quickly pair with an electron to form
hydrogen gas, or else they will just reform back in to H2O.

The frequency of the resonating current is critical. But when you have
everything just right it’s almost a miracle — the miracle that big
and coal companies hope you will never see.

It was during one of Bob’s "heats" (races) with his hydrogen powered
boat that he noticed an anomaly. When the boat reached a certain speed
it would suddenly power up like it was super-charged. Curious, Bob took
his engine apart and found that one of the rectifiers had malfunctioned,
allowing some alternating current (AC) to mix with the direct current
(DC) that was being fed back into the hydrogen cells. This mistake
apparently caused the battery to produce many times the normal hydrogen
output and, for some reason, the hydrogen gas itself seemed to have more
energy.

Bob next made a scaled down version of his hydrogen cell inside a
plexiglass tank so he could see what was happening between the
electrodes. He also brought in some oscilloscopes and frequency
generators to monitor and record the odd behavior. He noticed that when
the DC was applied to the hydrogen cell it produced the expected volume
of hydrogen gas. But when he superimposed the high frequency AC at a
particular frequency the hydrogen production was greatly accelerated. He
repeated this many times with the same results.

It was about this time that someone broke into his laboratory, set up in
the back of his small business. Oddly, they damaged only
the apparatus used in his hydrogen experiments. Bob wasn’t discouraged.
He set up new equipment and continued his research. But just a few days
later his lab was vandalized again. Despite having lots of other
expensive , only his experimental hydrogen equipment
was be damaged. Someone didn’t want him to continue.

Bob went on to power an automobile with his resonating hydrogen battery
and soon found that he could use the output of the battery to recharge
itself! The hydrogen cell, modulated by the AC, was able to produce
excess energy that appeared to defy logic.

An odd twist to the story

On Nov. 12, Pure Energy Systems News
reported that a South African experimenter had modified the
electrolysis circuit developed by Boyce so that now it recharges his
daughter’s electric riding toy. What makes this remarkable is that the
energy is not drawn from the wall or even from a hydrogen cell.

The battery uses Boyce’s resonating circuitry to power a large
transformer which returns the power, plus additional "free" energy, to
the battery. In effect, the battery recharges itself overnight.

The experimenter has done this around 35 times now and knows of three
replications of the effect by others. Pure Energy Systems News created a
feature page and a discussion list and has facilitated additional
replications and development of the technology. There are also many "how
to" videos on .

Bob is dying…

Pure Energy Systems News also reported in the same story that Bob Boyce
has "terminal" cancer, and that his days are numbered if some kind of
remedy isn’t found. But wait… there’s more to this story.

When doctors were removing the tumor on his shoulder they noticed
something. It was very small — about the size of a grain of rice. It
looked electrical. What could it be?

It was discovered to be a small tracking microchip, manufactured by a
company called VeriChip. It was at the center of Bob’s cancer and
appears to have been the cause of his illness, and perhaps his untimely
demise. Bob was unaware that it was there. He has never allowed any
implants to be placed inside his body and has no idea how it could have
gotten there or who would want to do this to him.

VeriChips cause cancer

The microchip is usually inserted just under the skin and contains only a
unique, 16-digit identifier. The microchip itself does not contain any
other data other than this unique electronic ID, nor does it contain any
Global Positioning System () tracking capabilities.

The chips work in much the same way as theft-protection tags that are
placed on expensive items in a retail store. They contain no power
source themselves but, when in the proximity of an electromagntic field,
they power-up and emit a few bursts of RF () energy with
the ID encoded. Since Bob worked around powerful electromagnetic
sources all day the chip was likely always on — like a
transmitter inside his body.

The website, AntiChips.com, documents the link between embedded RFID microchips and tumor formation. It cites a paper, Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990-2006, and summarizes it as follows:

CASPIAN’s new report … is a definitive review of
research showing a causal link between implanted radio-frequency (RFID)
microchip transponders and cancer in laboratory rodents and dogs. It was
written in part to correct industry misstatements and misinformation
circulating about the studies.

The report evaluates eleven articles previously published in
toxicology and pathology journals. In six of the articles, between 0.8%
and 10.2% of laboratory mice and rats developed malignant tumors around
or adjacent to the microchips. Two additional articles reported
microchip-related cancer in dogs.

In almost all cases, the malignant tumors, typically sarcomas,
arose at the site of the implants and grew to surround and fully encase
the devices. These fast-growing, malignant tumors often led to the death
of the afflicted animals. In many cases, the tumors metastasized or
spread to other parts of the animals. The implants were unequivocally
identified as the cause of the cancers.

Obviously this implant saw lots of air-time as Bob’s worked in his
laboratory. Whoever placed this chip in Bob undoubtedly knew what they
were doing and wanted to silence his work.

What can we do now?

First, let’s pray that Bob recovers.
Not just because of his discovery, but because he is a genuinely good
person who has been the target of evil. Next, let’s get Bob’s discovery
out in the open so it cannot be suppressed. This work holds the promise
of scalar energy and so much more. It is not surprising that other
interests would be afraid of this new technology.

Tell us — what do you think?

1 Comment

  1. Impressive, been wanting to do the same thing.Once again an accident reveals another leap forward!
    We were blessed to have someone who could both identify what was going on, and replicate the process!

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