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Neutrino Energy : Climate protection: Why the real solution is still taboo / End CO2 emissions sustainably in the near future with neutrino technology

Berlin (ots) - By Gudrun Schmitz, David Kornblum and Hans-Peter Weise

The topic of climate protection dominates the media and influences elections. However, the drama is not always portrayed objectively. The real solutions are not addressed in the current discussions. Developments in the use of cosmic energy do not yet play a role in German politics or the media. The solution is right here - invisible radiation spectra, e.g. in neutrinos, those high-energy, tiny particles that will replace electricity from atomic energy and fossil fuels.

The age of anti-nuclear power has flattened out worldwide. The last reactor accident happened a few years ago. Since a nuclear accident can happen to the left of the Rhine or to the right of the Oder, a lot is at stake for Germany, not to mention the unsolved nuclear waste issue. If nuclear energy was the main threat to politics and the population in Germany so far, it is now CO2 emissions.

The introduction of 5G with significantly more energy consumption in industry can only succeed in Germany if energy prices fall rather than rise in international competition. How can CO2 be reduced in energy supply and mobility? Do bans, coercive measures and restrictions only help?

Former Federal Transport Minister Prof. Dr. Günther Krause (CDU) recalls that it was the CDU / CSU that introduced catalyst technology in the 1980s against the resistance of the automotive industry and thus saved the endangered forests. Krause asks: "Why don't we rely on new raw materials, on the innovation of our engineers? Only by mobilizing all ideas, all previous research approaches and technology-independent promotion of new developments can prosperity and climate protection be regulated jointly and amicably on a new level."

What hardly plays a role in Germany are developments in the use of cosmic energy. Neutrinos hit the earth at high speed and with enormous amounts of energy, at 60 billion particles per square centimeter per second. The corresponding statements from basic research agree.

Even if the individual particle has only a negligible mass, in the end it makes up the sum. More invisible radiation energy reaches us per day than all remaining fossil raw materials have in common. This applies on and in the water, in the mountains as well as in the plains, below and above the earth, simply everywhere and that 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. That is more than 5,000 years of world energy demand in a single day!

The idea of ​​the Neutrino Energy Group is to gradually use these invisible radiation spectra over the next few decades as a new raw material for renewable base load energy, to replace energy production from nuclear energy and fossil raw materials and to stabilize the climate by avoiding CO2.

"In the globally networked Neutrino Energy Group and the scientists who are ahead of their time in their laboratories, this has long been more than an idea," emphasizes CEO Holger Thorsten Schubart. "This is already a reality today for the generation of small amounts of energy! Despite multiple malice, despite some hindrances in development work, despite ignorance in politics!" Schubart offers interested parties the opportunity to see for themselves how it works according to patent application WO2016142056A1: "That is why the patent was published so that it can be copied," said Schubart. A look on the Internet does in fact already show a number of imitations of the coating, which illustrate how it works.

Neutrino specialists such as Prof. Dr. Günther Krause, Prof. Dr. Konstantin Meyl, Prof. Dr. Frank Müller and Prof. Dr. R. Strauss. In decades of development, graphene and silicon materials have been refined in a special way. "The problem is that there are actually no natural substances on our planet that prevent the neutrinos from moving (interaction). From an engineering perspective, the task was to develop a substance or a combination of substances (composite) that would be harder and denser is than about diamonds. " As a mathematically two-dimensional substance, graphene was optimized (doped) using nanotechnology in such a way that a very narrow substance structure was achieved in which graphene atoms are set in motion by invisible radiation (vertical oscillations), which in turn set silicon atoms into horizontal movements. It is not just about neutrinos, but this phenomenon of "Atomic Vibrations at Nano Materials" is based on the most varied of invisible radiation sources. The technical term used for this is neutrino voltaic.

In years of experiments in laboratories in Europe and the USA, an optimal arrangement of double layers with different layer thicknesses has been determined empirically. This coordinated geometry is important for maximizing the resonances in order to generate a current flow in the metallic carrier layer, which can then be tapped.

With an A4 aluminum foil, around 2.5 to 3 watt hours of electricity can be permanently provided. The basic research for the first generation of the coating has been completed. We are currently working on an automatic machine that ensures the production of these coatings in the laboratory fully automatically. The aim is to produce 2,500 foils in 24 hours and then, for example, to present the first small "power plant solutions" the size of a pilot's case (approx. 5 KWh).

Basically, this results in completely new possibilities in everyday life for all types of electrical devices that can be directly supplied with neutrino voltaics in the future, independently of the grid, but also for the electromobility of tomorrow. The small power plants then provide electricity when the vehicle is moving and when the vehicles are at a standstill. Neither charging stations nor large batteries are required. The small battery is only a buffer to compensate for heterogeneous energy consumption. Such small power plants can then also supply entire households in the future. This means that large central power plants and fragile and cost-intensive power grids can be dispensed with.

Prof. Dr. Günther Krause: "Prosperity and climate protection are not a contradiction in terms. Both can work well on the basis of new engineering ways of thinking and working and, above all, save the planet without 'socialist' interventions in our free democratic basic order.

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