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1 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT This presentation takes snippets off of Blacklight Power’s website rgarding CIHT claims. Includes claims, data and independent validation reports. Blacklight Power’s website is:

2 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Regarding CIHT data shown in next two slides: Energy input = 5 mA for 0.4 Seconds at an average of 0.79 Volts. Energy output = 5 mA for 4.1 Seconds at an average of 0.78 Volts Power input = (Duty cycle)*(Volts)*(Current) = (0.4/4.5)*(0.005)*(0.79) = mW Power Output = (Duty Cycle)*(Volts)*(Current) = (4.1/4.5)*(0.005)*(0.78) = 3.55 mW Ratio = Output/Input = 3.55/0.351 = 11.2 Gain = (100%)*(Output/Input) = (100%)*(3.55/0.351)= 1120% Output and input current could be measured using the exact same 1 ohm resistor (volts across resistor would be V). Voltage across the cell remains fairly constant at 0.78 to 0.79 Volts. Total error for power measurements can easily be less than 3% with good equipment.

3 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Current Data taken from BLP’s report on CIHT results.

4 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Voltage Data taken from BLP’s report on CIHT results.

5 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT 10 W unit has been tested

6 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source:

7 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source:

8 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source: Output energy 2000 times the input

9 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source:

10 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source:

11 11 BLP CIHT results of energy output and gain. 5000% gain; Output is 50X input here % 1000% 10% 100% source: For example, at 100% Energy Gain, output is equal to input. 66 days Energy Gain

12 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source: 6 teams/individuals from relevent industries wrote validation reports on CIHT

13 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source:

14 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source: 5476% gain means that the output is 54 times larger than the input

15 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source: 200,000% gain means that the output is 2000 times larger than the input

16 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT 242,132% gain means that the output is 2421 times larger than the input 286% gain means that the output is 2.8 times larger than the input

17 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT 500% gain means that the output is 5 times larger than the input

18 Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT Source: 735% gain means that the output is 7.3 times larger than the input

19 Source: ratio of output to input ! Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT

20 Source: % gain means that the output is 1440 times larger than the input Claims taken from BLP’s website regarding CIHT


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