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           Making Electricity - Power Generation...Stand Alone Power Stations

Protecting the Technology; 3 Provisinal Patents filed - 14 Utility Patents Filed, 1st 1/21/2006 last 6/14/2012. Technology documentaion reaches back to 1993. 

The BARP System" can produce 6 Volts to 600 Volts to as much as 60 Mega Watts in a Stand Alone Electrical Power Generation Station, Suppling Electrical Power to the Existing Power Grid, Helping Reduce Power Failures and Brown Outs, Generating Electricity In Emergency Situations and Can be Totally Mobile.

     ZeroKar Real Time Drive Data Reports         

1) Dr. Tim Jenkins, Drive Data Report, University of Oregon

2) KAT - Kinetic Art Technology Drive Report; Tharon Hall EE 

NASA Drive Report, as #3 in Real Time Drive Data; Zero Project Team was sent an invitation to present and demonstrate the Zero Kar at NASA, Glen Research Center, Cleveland Ohio June 2010. We were give a 2 hour window to present and demonstrate the Zero Kar concept vehicle. We were given a 2-hour time frame from 11 am till 1 pm and continued through lunch. Because many wanted to drive and ride in the Zero Kar, we did not leave the Reseach Center until 6:30 pm.  All that did drive were simply amazed and highly impressed that the BARP system worked as stated in the reports they were given.  Unfortunately, we cannot post the NASA engineers drive data because it was taken by government employees working at a government facility. Glen Research Center could not release this information to the public. However, the car averaged 131.3 mpg (as usual) and higher without ever having to stop and plug it in to recharge the batteries.

Drive Data from Zero Kar- Summer of 2011

Drive Data was taken after the NASA Visit in June 2010 at the Glen Research Center Ohio. In June 2011, the Zero Kar was driven on real roads and highways in real traffic conditions in Salem, Oregon using Federal DOT criteria. The Data was taken by Jon O'Gurly PE and Dr. Tim Jenkins Phd University of Oregon.

BARP System vs Solar Flare- CME By Peter Hargett

Could BARP System save us from a CME, "Coronal Mass Ejection"?  The answer is a resounding YES.  A report by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory said that "...over the standard 40-year license term of nuclear power plants, solar flare activity enables a 33 percent chance of long-term power loss, a risk that significantly outweighs that of major earthquakes and tsunamis."

          Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Core Melt Down, By Jon O'Gurley PE

The BARP System would have saved all (5) cores from melt down;
 the cores breached and the subsequent melt down caused by the tsunami in Japan.  The BARP system would have allowed the five cores to continuely to be cooled safely beyond the emergency eight hour battery back-up system, which was in place in the case of a disaster or power failure.  The BARP system would have worked indefinately.