Haverhill, MA, August 29, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- G.E.M. Technologies announced today that their patent pending formula, injected into a glass flask, has demonstrated 1.426 Giga-Watts of pulse power, equivalent to over 1.9 million horsepower, occurring in a period of approximately 90 minutes time. The formula is simple and uses only hydrogen, oxygen, and water, to achieve its reaction, is safe, clean, and appears to be self-sustaining. How it is mixed, how much is mixed, and in what proportions is the only trick.
The formula was recently tested by GEM Tech in a motorcycle battery. They decided to test the formula in this particular battery (EverStart -12 VDC) because the sulfuric acid is not pre-mixed. The only thing injected into the battery was the "Beebe Formula." Upon injection of the formula there were immediate readings of volts, and later measurements of both AC and DC power. In further testing, they added the remaining residual water from their previous tests into the battery and were able to operate electrical items.
After concluding their most recent battery test in July, a fortune 500 company, who had been monitoring their website for sometime, was impressed to learn that power was being generated. They contacted their exclusive independent testing facility to have the “Beebe Formula” evaluated. The testing facility performed the tests earlier than expected and discovered something way more powerful than anyone could have ever imagined.
They contacted Ms. Beebe the morning following the test and later provided G.E.M. Technologies with the following written statement.
"As for the experiment, we mixed your specified formula into a 1000ml 2-Neck round bottom flask. Upon doing so we immediately noticed a reaction. Furthermore, although the solution not being a battery, we decided to use a battery cell monitoring system (normally used to monitor battery anomalies) to see what, if any, readings we could obtain from the solution. We inserted two probes into the solution and wired them to the monitoring system. We were absolutely amazed when we started receiving data… this should not be possible with your formula. We received indications of voltage and current. We let the system run over night to monitor the solution and reviewed the information the following morning. We received 23 “spikes” (not sure what else to call them) which were instantaneous and less than 1/100th of a second and indicating power being produced. We were unable to determine the cause(s) of this reaction as well as why any of this occurred and by what we currently know there should not have been any reaction what so ever and this should be impossible.
I can see possibilities of application in our own industry as a “Green” non-hazardous electrolyte. Our industry alone is approximately $15 Billion annually.
I am excited as well as amazed at what I think you both may have discovered." (end quote)
Further research by G.E.M. Tech. concluded that energy spikes commonly measured in joules are known as "pulse power". By releasing the stored energy over a very short interval (a process that is called energy compression), a huge amount of peak power can be delivered to a load. For example, if one joule of energy is stored within a capacitor and then evenly released to a load over one second, the peak power delivered to the load would only be 1 watt. However, if all of the stored energy was released within one microsecond, the peak power would be one megawatt, a million times greater. Examples where pulsed power technology is commonly used include radar, particle accelerators, ultra-strong magnetic fields, fusion research, electromagnetic pulses, and high power pulsed lasers.
G.E.M. Technologies is currently searching for progressive companies and investors interested in creating a safe world. They remain confident in the simplicity of their formula and visionary energy cell products. Both partners agree that this novel energy process would have an immediate potential to solve, once and for all, the energy and global warming crisis, as well as have an immediate impact on the environment, by eliminating carbon dioxides from the atmosphere.