Section-6: MSAART PLASMOID ENGINE: A Deep Dive Into The Tech And PHASE-1 ROLLOUT STRATEGY, "Engine Retrofits!"

Many people have asked, "Is there any proof that this technology works? Are there verifiable test results? Are there any working prototypes? The answer is YES. This video is a deep dive into the functionality of the MSAART PLASMOID TECH / RETROFITS!


In the sections to follow, you'll see how the tech is also applied to Diesel Engines, Kerosene Jet Engines and much more.

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THE PHASE ONE ROLLOUT of this technology involves RETROFITTING engines and other “modern technologies” that produce harmful waste: “There will be no dramatic disruption to current industries, but there will be a transformation. Retrofitting current technologies as PHASE ONE gives everyone a chance to embrace the change and prosper along the way.”  —Malcolm Bendall

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  • Huh?
  • How do we keep it from producing more carbon monoxide?
  • I think there's a major flaw with the explanation about how and when the plasmoids form. He doesn't say where the bubbles collapse. He says the bubbles collapse violently as they are exposed sequentially to both pressure and vacuum pulses from the combustion chamber. If he's talking about the bubbles collapsing in the bubbler, how is there pressure applied from the combustion chamber if the air intake is closed when the combustion is closed? There is only vacuum pulses applied to the bubbler. He only says HHO comes out of the bubbler. If the bubbles are collapsing in the combustion chamber, how do "bubbles" get there? Not to mention, he says the plasmoids are formed from bubbles that you can't see. As far as I know, this is brand new to science. How would you know that plasmoids are formed if you can't see them? Curious to know smaller experiments Malcolm has done to actually discover the plasmoids are made from this bubble collapse. You have to know how to make something before you can use it.
  • im interested in fabbing my own what do you suggest I use for the plasmoid generator aka the bubbler water container? what keeps the water from coming through the outlet? do i have to have 2 sets of spheres for the thunderstorm generator confused because all of the working designs are using 2 yet the images in diagram 75 show a single set of spheres how do you wrap the hot exhaust around the cold inlet. having trouble seeing how you would get that joined together mechanically the rest seems simple enough worth a shot
  • I found this section packed with new concepts and a ton of questions. I'm sure I'll understand better as I pick up the concepts from other sections. Guess I'll be watching this one again! If anyone else is grappling with the concepts or think they know it all drop by the telegram group!
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