Department of Defense

Decrease Railroad Fuel Costs by Better Using Bessler Principle

Government railroad transportation costs can be reduced by reducing the fuel costs for railroad transportation with greater use of the Bessler principle. The URL indicates that they get nearly 500 miles/gallon for moving a ton of freight by rail. They can get large fuel economies because they use the Bessler principle. Railroad fuel costs can be further reduced (with greater use of the Bessler principle) by doubling the number of those same-mass same-low-friction wheels on each railroad car. See for example the URL for more information regarding the energetic two-part gravitons and the Bessler principle.


Here is an important example of power extracted by means of the Bessler principle. If the sun received its power primarily from hot fusion, then the temperatures would decrease, as distance from the sun increases or as there is more exposure to the very cold 3 degrees Kelvin background temperature of space. What is actually observed is the exact opposite. Sunspots are cooler, deeper, and darker than the 6000 degrees Kelvin photosphere and the far edges of the solar atmosphere are one million degrees Kelvin. The energy comes from the energetic gravitons according to the Bessler principle. Sunspots have strong vertical magnetic fields that prohibit nuclei from internally rotating about horizontal axes and so not picking up much extra internal rotational kinetic energy from the energetic two-part gravitons. At the far edges of the solar atmosphere there is little interference between nuclei so that nuclear ground states increasingly pick up energy from energetic two-part gravitons. When an electron interacts with a rapidly internally rotating nuclear ground state, the electron is struck hard and so produces a very energetic photon. With interference between nuclei in the photosphere, nuclei are prohibited from acquiring too much rotational kinetic energy from the energetic two-part gravitons.



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