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But in a moment the water begins to swirl, accelerating at the center, and the surface punctures into a vortex that spirals smoothly away. This distinctive phenomenon, common yet extraordinary, caught the eye of entrepreneur and inventor Paul Kouris when he was considering the world energy crisis in 1975. He thought, “Wow, that’s it.” Franz Zotloterer came up with the same idea when he was exploring ways to aerate water. The concept was to use the kinetic energy of a water vortex to generate clean renewable energy. Hydroelectric dams contribute a substantial percentage of the world’s power, and there are plans to build more dams along the Amazon and other developing areas. However, these projects have attracted a great deal of criticism. The Belo Monte dam in Brazil, planned as the third largest dam in the world, will divert 80% in the Xingu River’s flow, flood 1,500 sq km of old-growth forest, and displace 20,000 – 40,000 people. (1) The most vocal opponents of the project are the indigenous tribes of the nation, who know that the dam will make it impossible for them to pursue their traditional ways of life. The story echoes that of the Kinzua dam and the Seneca nation in NY, as well as countless other environmental justice cases around the world. Hydroelectric plants are sometimes considered sustainable power sources, however the energy they provide comes at grave cost to the environment. Rivers undergo seasonal changes in their flow regime that are essential to the health of the stream ecosystem, but dams completely disrupt this cycle. They also impose a physical barrier to migrating fish like salmon. The dam prevents silt from flowing downstream, which would flood habitats and agricultural fields and fertilize them. These nutrients instead build up in the stagnant pool that forms upstream from the dam, in a process called eutrophication. The nutrient overload causes algae to proliferate, choking out other life in the stream. When these plants die, bacteria break them down and pull oxygen from the water, often leaving toxic byproducts. When these plants are broken down in anoxic conditions, it releases greenhouse gases at levels comparable to fossil fuel combustion (2). We need electricity, however the future of life on earth demands that we find ways that work WITH nature, rather than against her. Is it possible to harness the energy of flowing water without crippling the ecosystem? Modern hydroelectric engineering is only concerned with the volume of water flow and the altitude differential. Unfortunately, dams completely halt the kinetic energy of flowing water, to the detriment of the environment as well as to their power-generating capacity. Paul Kouris discovered this when he teamed up with engineer David Sattler to prove his concept. Using the 4500-liter reservoir, the pair found that using a vortex to turn a turbine raised the power output from 1022W to 1112W for a total energy increase of 27%. (3) The plant does not alter the natural flow regime, nor does it provide a major block to the waterway. But why does it generate more power? For the answer, let us start by looking at the work of Viktor Schauberger, the visionary Austrian forester who pointed out as early as the 1920s that
Though that observation will be hard to believe. The water was fed in and a particularly heavy log dropped into the flume. there is independent evidence that these fish possess use of a force that we barely understand. it was widely believed that it would not work. He also wondered how salmon were able to scale tall waterfalls and migrate hundreds of miles upstream. From this and other experiments. If you ever tried to do this with your hand. Schauberger had vanes installed on the inside of the flume that directed the water into a curving motion. coming out and “levitating” upwards. which made my staff shake so much that I could hardly hang onto it? What forces enabled the trout to overcome its own body-weight so effortlessly and quickly. "It's amazing these fish can do this. proclaiming that if it was not successful than he would go down with it." (4) Schauberger performed an experiment where he heated up a cauldron of water and poured it into a river where a trout was effortlessly floating stationary in the roaring current. Recently. According to Dr. not only upstream migration but also nest digging of spawning fish is "amazingly hard work. In his writings he described a trout spiraling about the base of a tall waterfall. He theorized that the trout’s smooth. Schauberger concluded that water temperature had much to do with the swimming ability of fish." The spawning female trout digs several nests or 'redds' for depositing the eggs by turning on her side and beating her tail against the bottom.the destruction of the forest would lead to the breakdown in the quality of water. Jason Dunham of the USGS. The trout suddenly lost control and was carried downstream. they're lifting these rocks by vacuum pressure. he accepted a job to build a log flume that could transport heavier-than-water timber down a mountainside. when disturbed. only steering itself with slight movements of its tail-fins. overcome the specific weight of the heavy water flowing against it?" He observed how trout. but meandered like a mountain stream. The prevailing theories claimed that water didn’t have the carrying capacity to convey the log. for aquatic (5) as well as aerial (6) organisms. and. in this wildly torrential flow. They're not physically digging out of the bottom. The academics were left . He wrote. that he stood on top when it was first being tested. at the same time. Inspired by the winding movements of a snake. and was not able to regain its composure for some time. The flumes were connected to a nearby river that continually recharged it with cool water. Schauberger was so confident. would always flee against the current. you'd probably end up in the emergency room. and some of his earliest insights came from watching trout. yet the flume was a spectacular success. egg-shaped body created vortices as it swam that propelled the fish forward – but heating the water made the motion of its molecules more chaotic. Schauberger was a dedicated observer of nature. and this was one reason that shade was important to healthy streams. rather than being taken downstream. When the flume was completed. "How was it possible for this fish to stand so motionlessly. Eager to prove himself. The log flume was not built in a straight line. this extrapolation has been verified. Schauberger’s ideas were looked down upon by academics of the day. making it impossible to form these vortices. He continues. however.
these vibrations become more intense. This is partially why Viktor Schauberger stated that modern technologies create drag and resistance forces. Horrified.dumbfounded. contracting force that spirals towards the center. few would listen. called hydrogen bonding. and that the vortex should be used instead. When the water is heated by the sun. These layers are separated by boundaries with nearly zero friction. the change in the whole pattern of motion of the groundwater. and the disturbance in the blood circulation of the organism .Earth . the molecules spinning and constantly changing partners. Indeed. such that they resemble the layers in a tree trunk." (8) Schauberger insisted that our modern technology – such as fossil fuel combustion and nuclear fission . the more pressure is reduced. temperatures and densities. hydrogen bond strength of water is essential for life on earth. it contains layers that are spinning at different speeds. without pay. As a result. which is why water forms beads on glass. centrifugal (outward) and centripetal (inward). due to a law which functions with awesome constancy. so there is a slight electromagnetic attraction between water molecules. Schauberger resigned from their employ in protest. The owners of the highly successful flume started rapaciously cutting down trees from the forest. The H2O molecule has a positive and negative pole. and at the center of the vortex as created by the natural.is the direct result of modern forestry practices. "The forest is the habitat of water and as such the habitat of life processes too. whether in water or air. The pulse-beat of the Earth was factually arrested by the modern timber production industry. A vortex contains these two opposing forces. This causes the surface tension of water. He wrote. The water molecule is slightly distorted. Ultimately. pressure forces that nature only uses to break down and destroy. Phase changes such . resulting in a charge separation that gives water special properties. hot.uses expansive. curving flow of water. The faster the medium spins. “Water is a living organism!” he declared. He likened the pulsation of running water to the heartbeat. he saw the early stages of our modern environmental calamities… but in his day. but it came at a heavy cost. Liquid and gaseous water is in a dance. storing energy. He called this Implosion – the cooling. alternating between expansion and contraction. it will slowly but surely come around to our turn. whose quality declines as the organic development of the forest is disturbed. and is the layer that certain aquatic insects and spiders can walk across. Viktor Schauberger said this was the same drawing force that impelled blood and sap. The layers spinning at different rates create a pressure differential resulting in a vacuum moving towards the center. He believed that nature uses the opposite type of force to build up and create life. Far ahead of his time. "The drying up of mountain springs. Schauberger knew that water is at its densest as 4 degrees Celsius. Every economic death of a people is always preceded by the death of its forests. resulting in a suction force moving from high to low pressure. (7) This successful demonstration vindicated him. Hydrogen bonds also allow water to be drawn up tall tree trunks – without which land plants would not be able to grow above ground level.
000 times denser than the surrounding air) against the force of gravity. or molecular motion. Physicist Ralph Sansbury hypothesized that these subatomic particles that make up atoms are themselves composed of a system of smaller electric charges. was observed to increase as the voltage on the cage was increased. and is directly proportional to mass-gravity. The formation. they observed unexplained diurnal variation in the period of the pendulum. while condensation and freezing give this energy back out in equal amount. which is approx.for unlike these gases. we could convert an object's mass into electrokinetic energy or motive force? Albert Einstein questioned his own Theory of Relativity at points in his life. so below. water flows such as the gulf stream. as proposed by Kristian Birkeland who described the Aurora Borealis. Indeed." So the mass of an electron approaches infinity as you accelerate it in an electric field because it increases the distance between these two polarities.which is why deserts suffer such temperature extremes between night and day. When we sweat. with the pendulum and the cage connected by a conducting path. 70% salt water (the same percentage as Mother Earth). The heliosphere is at the . (9) The polarity of the water molecule gives it a high specific heat. nitrogen or carbon dioxide . "As above. Saxl and Allen published a report of anomalous changes in the period of a torsion pendulum during a solar eclipse in 1970 and hypothesized that 'gravitational theory needs to be modified. This property is very much analogous to inertia. electromagnetism may be what suspends water vapor (which is 1. or positively charged 'electrode. makes sense of the preceding: "In the electric Sun hypothesis. In one series of experiments.as melting and evaporation absorb heat energy. distinct from any other gas in the atmosphere such as oxygen. "Saxl is most well known for a series of controversial experiments in which he measured unexpected changes in the period of a torsion pendulum under various conditions. which measures the amount of work required to move an object. water moderates the climate of earth. and negative electrons in the periphery. water molecules will align and travel along an electric field. the period of a torsion pendulum situated inside a Faraday cage. "In 1971. movement and dissipation of clouds itself is an electrical phenomenon. As a result. as mentioned. absorbing excess thermal energy and releasing it slowly during cold periods .' In addition. By the same token." (12) The Electric Universe theory. (10) If we could manipulate this relationship. to regulate internal temperature. This same property helps the body. which is the resistance to changes in temperature.' The cathode is an invisible 'virtual cathode. the perspiration contains tremendous body heat that it carries away when it evaporates. and sought the unification of gravity with electromagnetism. the Sun is a glowing anode.' called the heliosphere. Atoms consist of positively-charged protons in the nucleus. (11) His student Erwin Saxl continued this work. and the jet stream – the enormous rivers of vaporous water flowing through earth’s atmosphere – store heat from the tropics and circulate it to the temperate zones. and other great scientists.
the function of lightning being much like that of a sensitive trigger. "The Sun can be thought of as an electrically charged object seeking equilibrium with its environment.farthest limit of the Sun’s coronal discharge. "This observation set me thinking. from the Florida Institute of Technology has shown experimentally that electric fields cannot grow large enough to generate lightning in the atmosphere under conventional theories. while the outside is expansive and takes up the majority of the volume. "One day. as I was roaming in the mountains. The center is cooling. And this familiar vortex shape of hurricanes is what powers them as they travel over the warm ocean. The addition of heat increases the pressure differential within the vortex. and wise Nature makes use of this phenomenon to raise water. Its boiling and freezing points change. Galactic plasma is otherwise called the Interstellar Medium (ISM). billions of kilometers from its surface. Experiments with the electrical manipulation of weather and rainmaking have so far been more successful that conventional rain-seeding methods. there was a lightning flash and a few moments after a deluge. (16) According to this theory.000 volts) equilibrating between the ionosphere and earth’s surface. forests give off negative ions and attract rain. "Electric forces occurring within the double charge layer above the Sun’s surface are responsible for the incredibly active plasma phenomena that we see. compressive and increased in speed. where a 'double layer' isolates the Sun’s plasma cell from the galactic plasma that surrounds it. I sought shelter from an approaching storm. driving body reactions. or shape. causing it to spiral into a double helix. It improves its quality and matures considerably. According to Viktor Schauberger. and has the potential to generate electricity from waste heat. The charges flowing into and out of the Sun can sometimes increase to the point where it releases plasma discharges called solar flares. by the hydrogen bonds between their molecules. so these two opposing forces interact with and enhance each other. the cause of lightning is unknown. "Naturally moving water augments itself. it is not stable. Since Electric Universe theory assumes that celestial bodies interact through conductive plasma and are connected by circuits. The sky became overhung with heavy clouds but somehow the rain was delayed until. (14) Nikola Tesla wrote. This same property allows proteins to interact with and fit into each other." (13) Joseph Dwyer. and a little reflection led me to the conclusion that the electrical energy involved in the precipitation of the water was inconsiderable. as cause and effect. without using pumping equipment. However. This is how nature converts thermal into mechanical energy. all of a sudden. Proteins in the body are given their special conformation. deserts are positively charged and repel it." (15) Storms may be an effect of the charge separation (some 250. Hydrogen bonds form between the base pairs in DNA. causing an increase in angular velocity. Compression causes a release of thermal energy while expansion absorbs heat. Therefore. the Sun is also assumed to be electrically connected with the galaxy. the vortex is a series of pressure gradients along the same axis. to the highest mountain . (17) In review. It was manifest that the two phenomena were closely related.
for example the spiralling of seeds on sunflowers and pinecones. Callum Coats. using self-repeating patterns across different dimensional scales.. 144. In the alveoli of the lungs. 5+8=13.618033988 This proportion occurs frequently in nature. 89. 21. So. 0+1=1. which is why blood travels in a helical motion through the arteries and veins. Part of the reason is that these systems are fractals. 13. a common old hen's egg. This allows continuous growth without a change in shape. it gets maximum amount of strength. to appear as mountain springs.618. the egg is shaped in a way that if it rolls out of the nest it rolls back in. The spiraling motion allows an unimpeded flow. such as the nautilus shell or the ram's horn. however. the Fibonacci numbers are: 0. If the length of the hand has the value of 1. 5.618. 55." (18) The Golden spiral is described by the shape of a chicken egg. river systems. and lightning all look the same. Humans usually solve a single problem when they design something. Taking the ratio of each successive number in the sequence to the one before it leads one closer to the Golden ratio: 1 : 1. why don't we take a cue from the master? Ted Ewert has done so. 1. And it appears in less obvious forms. "If you think of an egg. pollution. The egg. 1. it's using the minimum amount of material. why rivers curve. 8. etc. The most famous logarithmic growth pattern is the Fibonacci series.. or the arrangements of leaves on many plants. 3+5=8. "Phi is also manifested in the structure of the human body. Fractals follow the geometry of the logarithmic spiral. 2+3=5." (19) Since the spiral or vortex is used so masterfully by nature.peaks. which is a masterpiece of design. using a simple piece of PVC pipe in an internal combustion engine that is slotted so as to direct the gas-air mixture into a vortex. this type of branching maximizes the surface area for gas exchange. the stronger the opposition between layers of pressure. then the combined length of hand + forearm has the approximate value of 1.. "It's designed in an incredibly streamlined way so that the hen can lay it in the first place. for instance. Notes engineer Jay Harman. solves all of its problems without creating any. it solves every problem associated with it. for example. which is created by continuously adding the previous two numbers in the sequence together. 34. 3. 1+2=3.. but then have difficulties related to the solution of this problem: by-products. it's got a recirculation pattern inside that is thermally the most efficient shape you can get so that this egg doesn't lose heat when the bird goes off to eat. and why electricity travels in spiraling Birkeland currents Veins. 1+1=2. Similarly the proportion of upper arm to hand + forearm is in the same ratio of 1:1." The faster the vortex spins. waste. 2. a studen of Viktor Schauberger. it's also the best circulation pattern for distributing nutrients. He describes numerous . etc. observes. known as self-similarity. which are separated by low-friction zones of laminar flow.
Along with this increase in velocity. Ewert explains. Ideally. shielding overwintering aquatic organisms from extreme cold. The water at the center of the vortex is 4 degrees Celsius. “As the vortex spins faster. the base of the food chain. the two opposing forces become stronger. This aeration in a river promotes beneficial microorganisms. at its maximum density and speed to turn the turbine. The water molecules line up in an open hexagonal lattice structure. such as in a lilly flower or a conch shell. in direct proportion to its velocity through a pipe. Heat is random molecular motion.’ “What this is saying is that when fluid in a pipe encounters a restriction. The vortex increases the surface area for contact with the air." (20) Because the vortex is a compressor. there will be a decrease in pressure. The Bernoulli principal states in part: ‘for an inviscid [low-resistance] flow. allowing for improved oxygenation of the water. ice floats on top of liquid water. whereas the vortex is coherent. Another unique and necessary property of water is that it is less dense as a solid than as a liquid at +4 degrees C. which has greatly improved the efficiency of his old car and his motorcycle. In the winter. In a nutshell. or how a stream squeezed through a valley or weir gains speed. which maintains a constant state of kinetic energy. due to turbulence.. the flow will increase in pressure and then velocity. This is the reverse of the flow conditions for a straight. As a result. By contrast. even in a relatively calm stream. such as a narrowing of the pipe. promoting biodiversity. The low-friction zones allow the compressed central air mass an unimpeded pathway for its axial flow through the pipe. it promotes the formation of an insulating cover of ice. Schauberger criticized the geometry of traditional turbines. The vortex as a heat exchanger mixes the water and stabilizes its temperature. in conjunction with temperature gradients. it causes an increase in speed as the volume is reduced like a jet engine accelerates air by forcing it through a narrower pipe. a typical modern engine tries to force hot gas in a straight line.. an increase in the speed of the fluid occurs simultaneously with a decrease in pressure or a decrease in the fluid's potential energy. (23) In warm months. which suffer cavitation due to the turbulence they promote in water. This further laminates the flow as well as compressing the layers. and it breaks down and disperses contaminants. this is why the vortex hydroelectric generator is more efficient than a dam of comparable size. making it easier for bacteria to consume them. the molecules spiraling in one direction. “The Bernoulli principal has a very interesting relationship with how a vortex behaves. non-coherent air mass which has a tendency to develop friction and resistance. (22) Viktor Schauberger stated that the spiraling motion of the bloodstream.advantages of this system. it maximizes the surface area for absorption of heat from the atmosphere. however in his time it was not possible to . which increases turbulence in proportion to velocity. the generator turbine should be engineered to emulate the spiral. (21) But there are environmental benefits to the vortex hydroelectric plant as well. enable it to absorb O2 and other dissolved gases.
Jay Harman has patented a process to “freeze a vortex”. The pilot plant in the town of Obergrafendorf only needs a fall of 1. The plants need a minimum water drop of only 0. This is equivalent to an annual output of 80. where progressive ideas about water management are more accepted. The technology is ideal for more local. and is easy to maintain.25 feet) and a minimum quantity of about 1. fans.000 to 130. feed his kids." says Kouris. (24) The vortex hydroelectric plant is compact. light his home. so does the resistance rise by the square of the rotational velocity. As the propeller rotates. "The one thing they have plenty of in the third world is water and people. "As best demonstrated by Nature in the case of the aerofoil maple-seed. He finally managed to construct a working prototype of his Kouris Centri Turbine Generator (KCT) on the Steavensons River near Marysville. Kouris said.3 meters (4. but experienced bigger obstacles to its realization in his native Australia. he can irrigate his fields. This larger plant can generate between 10 and 15 kW. giving the freedom to integrate traditional community-based approaches with modern technology. (26) Paul Kouris independently patented the concept prior to Zotloterer. He wrote.000 kWh. less energy usage) than anything else on the market." More recently. hooks it all up. by which his company has built water mixers. The only barriers to its success are political in nature. produces 8 kW of electricity. "It proves that the KCT can be a stand-alone unit making electricity when the topography isn't suitable for traditional hydro power. rather than being forced to choose between them. Only man made use of this natural brake-screw for forward propulsion.engineer these complex three-dimensional shapes. in contrast to a traditional hydroelectric dam that reaches up to 100 MW. enough to cover the yearly electricity needs of around 20-25 Swiss households.25 feet) and. nor a fish on its tail." Mr. Franz Zotloterer managed to market the invention in Austria.000 litres per second. etc. with a flow rate of 1 cubic meter per second (about 265 gallons per second). Victoria . whose purpose is to allow the heavy maple-seed to fall parachute-like slowly towards the ground and to be carried away sideways by the wind in the process. "It goes to a poor farmer and suddenly he puts it in his waterway. it is scalable. propellers. "No bird has such a whirling thing on its head. cook his food from just the . The maximum capacity is up to about 150 kW. the homeland of Viktor Schauberger. today's propeller is a pressure-screw and therefore a braking screw. This is also a sign that this supposed propulsive device is unnaturally constructed and therefore out of place. It has been successfully providing enough clean energy to the local grid to power 1015 average European households.suitable for one or two households. (25) Bertrand Piccard has endorsed another vortex hydro generator in the village of Schöftland in Switzerland. and they need huge hydro schemes too. The concept has not only been practically harnessed. that are more efficient (less noise. as opposed to centralized energy monopolies. made of simple parts. It would give greater independence and flexibility to those who are disenfranchised by modern power schemes. democratic power systems.7 m (2. depending on the volume of water. but the water they have is flat water. and conventional turbines need waterfalls.
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