Torus Design with E-Cat/LENR Home Energy System — 17 Comments

  1. Hello Owen,

    I found your work really interesting. I have a cold fusion blog in Spanish and I would like to post about your Torus project. Could you please give me your permission to write about it and post your pictures?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. Not to rain on your parade but there’s no evidence yet that these “LENR” devices actually work yet… These devices have not been proven to work, not even a prototype. They tend to violate the laws of physics by their very nature. As far as we can tell the creators of these devices are tilting at windmills. [rant edited for brevity]

    • No evidence? How much evidence do you need? I’ve listed a mountain of evidence. Did you follow the links, watch the videos and read the slides? Or are you someone who leaves hundreds of messages repeating the same old thing while ignoring the facts?

  3. List of LENR companies who may have commercially available products in the near future:
    Andrea Rossi/Leonardo Corp.
    Defkalion Green Technologies
    Star Scientific
    Brilliouin Energy
    Energetics Technologies
    Jet Energy
    Also: Mitsubishi, Nichenergy, LENUCO, Nanospire and maybe Blacklight Power

    Vietnam Scientist Invents Water-fuelled Generator

  4. Example micro-CHP unit (combined heat and power system) for home use: Infinia

    I imagine the LENR manufacturer will have a list of recommended micro-CHP suppliers best suited to their system.

    E-Cat Powered Cyclone Engine

    What LENR Heat Could Mean to the Average Family:

  5. Owen,
    Congratulations! This is one of the best design ideas I have seen so far. You seem to have thought of everything.

    A house like this is very comfortable, at least the ones I personally know with inner patio are. They give the sensation of a lot of extra space. I have seen them mainly in Latin Countrys more seldom in “Northern Countries” where the climate is colder. I have never seen them in a round design.

    There is one suggestion I have: Maybe care needs to be given to the width of the living and dining area space. In my personal opinion it should be more then 4 meters in width. Looking at the beds and assuming they are 2 meters long it seems the width of the entire living space circle is less then 4 meters.
    As extra width is not really necessary to the corridors, bedrooms and/or bathrooms I do think it is important to consider them for a living and dining area where you are spending most of the time. I think with this design you could do this easy if you alter the main entrances by using some of the allocated “greenhouse area” as part of the living space and extending the greenhouse outward to compensate for this space.

    Again, congrats to this wonderful design!

  6. I haven’t seen any designs utilizing a breezeway to tunnel air flow between a section of the house or perhaps between the house and a garage. My grandparents lived out in the country of Southeast Texas and it was a main living area even with the high humidity they always seemed to have. Do you plan to have any designs incorporating this concept anytime soon?

  7. Absolutely fabulous, Owen!! I (metaphorically)bow to your creative mind! :-) I think this is the best design I’ve seen! I can’t wait to show it to my husband. I’m very interested in some if the options not shown (well, at least I know my husband will be)! I’m looking forward to seeing the e-cat system on the market!!

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