LA1. Periodic Table postulating the future completion of telekinetic power-stations
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

LA1. Periodic Table postulating the future completion of telekinetic power-stations

To illustrate the application of the Telekinetic Effect for the future evolution of energy production devices, I constructed a corresponding Periodic Table which is shown as Table B1. This Table includes only those power producing devices whose operation utilizes various forms of motion. The motion in these devices is a kind of "catalyst agent" which absorbs the external energy, transfers it through various stages of conversion, to finally pass to an output medium. Thus, Table B1 does not include all devices that produce electricity by various static principles, e.g. through the implementation of chemical, photo, or radioactive phenomena. For each type of these static devices it is necessary to construct separate Periodic Tables.
The Periodic Table B1 contains the names of all important power producing devices. These are listed at the cross points of the rows and columns. The placement of a particular device in a given row indicates the attributes of motion utilized in its operation, and thus also the generation (or the level of advancement) to which this device belongs. The placement of a device in a given column indicates the general category of devices to which it belongs, thus it also shows the technological implementation of its principles of operation. The empty boxes in this Table show the gaps which still exist in our inventions of these devices. The location of these empty spaces (i.e. their row and column) informs about principles of operation of those devices not yet invented.
The horizontal broken line inserted into this Table shows the level of technology in power producing devices achieved to date. This line separates the devices which our civilization has already completed (see all the devices listed below the line), or is able to complete, from all those devices whose operation still needs to be learnt through the discovery and investigation of new phenomena. The devices named below this line already exist, whereas those named above it will be completed in the future. It is worth noticing that there are empty boxes below the broken line. Such spaces indicate that the appropriate phenomena which are required for the completion of these devices are already known, but the lack of demand for the application of such devices has caused their invention to be unnecessary or delayed for some unspecified time.
In the left section of the Periodic Table, inside the thick lines, details of the energy producing phenomena that are utilized by devices from a particular row (generation) are defined. This column is further sub-divided into three sub-columns which describe: (1) the energy carrier utilized by the devices listed in the rows on the right, (2) the generation number to which these devices belong (the higher this number, the more advanced the device), and (3) the attributes of motion, which are utilized for the operation of devices listed in the rows. As with the elapse of time all three items described above move into their higher levels, this column also represents the time axis of the Periodic Table.
Examination of the time axis from the Periodic Table shows that the power producing devices utilize three energy (motion) carriers: (1) mechanical motion, (2) flow of gases or fluids, and (3) motion of magnetic fields. For each of these energy carriers three subsequent generations of the power producing devices are built. Each of these generations utilizes a different set of attributes of a motion. The first generation utilizes only a steady motion or a flow. The second generation utilizes a motion of the energy carrier as well as its acceleration or deceleration. Whereas the third generation utilizes a motion, an acceleration, and an internal energy reserve (e.g. compression, heat, etc.).
In the row within thick lines at the bottom of the Periodic Table, the categories of the devices listed in each column are named. These describe the technological implementation of the principles of operation utilized by devices from each column, including the main output of their work. Because of this operation, five separate categories of power producing devices can be distinguished. In this monograph they are called: (1) motors, (2) generators, (3) aggregates, (4) electrostatic machines, and (5) cells or batteries. All of them together carry also a more general name "power stations".
Amongst numerous types of power stations so-far developed by our civilization, the direct connection with the topic of this chapter have devices called "telekinetic free energy devices". Let us now learn more about these unusual power-stations. The most representative of these will be briefly described in the subsection to follow.

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