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Updated Combustion Report on TransCoal 07/2011

There have been several proposals presented to reduce the carbon imprint on our environment.  They are Cap and Trade, Liquification, and Sequestration of CO2, and Cap and Tax.  These proposals have some merit but all have failed to resolve the issue of waste disposal of toxic byproducts. In recent years, western researchers have given renewed attention to evidences that support the hypothesis of non-fossil generated energy resources. The widely accepted hypothesis that these various fuels are created by the breakdown and decay of organic material has limited the vision for solutions. Endless Energy is not presenting a comparison of theoretical debates because the results of the TransCoal unit have come from the implementation of applied science.  

Some of the terms used in our general dialog are defined for clarity:

Alchemic is defined as all chemical changes, transitions, or recombination's. Transition does not infer "Transmutation". Transition refers to changing one kind of chemical compound into another kind of compound or compounds. Example: Changing hundreds of different hydrocarbons into water and carbon dioxide when energy is released during combustion. We simplified the Geo-Physical description of the cross section  of Earth to describe the environments. Biogenic is the Biosphere of Earth that we live in. The Abiosphere is the abiogenic area of the inner earth . The Geological Drift is netural and separates the positive biosphere from the negative biosphere.

  • Patent Scope (Partial)- [ provide an alchemic transition unit that is energized by electromagnetic forces, to bring about the chemical transition of abiogenic, negative chemical compounds by raising them to biogenic ecological energy levels. Thus, making the substance beneficial and non-toxic. It is contemplated that such a transition unit could be used to detoxify foods, water, hazardous wastes, petroleum and other fuel products]


The combustion trial of TransCoal (pretreated coal) was conducted at the University of Utah in November 2003.  The combustion temperature was set at 2,300ºF.  It was 600ºF higher than the optimum combustion temperature of 1,750ºF for Transcoal.  The results were amazing and judged to be undeniable by the University of Utah combustion laboratory staff.  The results of this test substantiated the previous screening tests conducted in 1980 and 1984.  The laboratory lead engineer stated that the TransCoal burned like a completely different type of coal.  The engineer was in a confused state of mind throughout the trial, trying to come to grips with the startling differences between the TransCoal and untreated, toxic coal.

The exact same physical settings and burners were employed for both the treated coal and untreated coal.  TransCoal (treated coal) had a very stable combustion with lower oxides of nitrogen emissions.  The toxic (untreated coal) coal did not have stable combustion and had higher oxides of nitrogen emission, as displayed in the graph below.

The report failed to distinguish the differences and environmental impact between the toxic emissions and non toxic emissions during the combustion of TransCoal and toxic coal.  Simply stated, “You can not compare apples to oranges.” 

The treated coal (Transcoal) was detoxified.  The combustion of TransCoal yielded NON -TOXIC green house gases vital to our environment.  During the process of photosynthesis, the chlorophyll containing cells in green plants use the energy of light to synthesize carbohydrates from non-toxic carbon dioxide and water.  Oxygen is the by-product of photosynthesis; vital to life on our planet. 

The untreated coal is toxic.  The combustion of toxic coal produces toxic gases destructive to our environment.  These toxic gases impede the process of photosynthesis in green plants.  This results in the production of acid rain, stunted plant growth, decrease in carbon sequestration, and diminishing the production of oxygen.


The toxic carbon dioxide is in direct conflict with nature’s carbon dioxide, resulting in neutralizing the effects of nature’s carbon dioxide on our environment. 

The phenomenon of periodic natural warm cycles of changing weather patterns is
constantly occurring on our planet.  In 1985, our research predicted that human induced toxic global warming would occur simultaneously with the natural occurring warming cycles resulting in a greatly weakened equilibrium between the biosphere and the atmosphere.  The continuous buildup of both abiogenic and biogenic CO2 will eventually lead to climate changes; enormous degradation of our earth’s environment with nature violated.  The destruction of the CO2 absorbers on land and in the oceans is increasing the CO2 in the atmosphere, causing unpredictable climate changes by drifting CO2 clouds. 

Oceans cover 70% of the earth’s surface, and everywhere that water and air come into contact, there is an exchange.  Gases from the atmosphere are absorbed by the ocean and gases dissolved in the water are released into the atmosphere.  When the two are in equilibrium, roughly the quantities being dissolved are equal to the ones being released.  Changing the composition of the atmosphere will result in an imbalance; more CO2 from the air enters the water then comes back out.  When CO2 dissolves, it produces carbonic acid.  The imbalance changes the water pH level; a 1% decline in surface pH represents a rise in acidity of about 30%.  The process is generally referred to as “ocean acidification.”  It is increasing at an alarming rate.  Seawater is naturally alkaline; a pH of 7 is neutral. 

The main building block of coral reefs is calcium carbonate.  Reefs, like the rain forests, emit oxygen and they are under threat for a host of reasons; global warming, imbalance combinations of toxic and non-toxic CO2, agriculture runoff, coastal erosion, and bottom trawling. 

The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Marimun (P.E.T.M) took place 55 million years ago when there was a sudden enormous release of CO2 into the atmosphere.  After the release, temperatures around the globe soared.  The Arctic warmed by 10ºF and the Antarctic became temperate.  One complete exchange of surface and bottom water takes thousands of years.  Paleo-oceanographers estimate that the release of CO2 during the P.E.T.M. took between one and ten thousand years.  Currently, a combination of toxic and non-toxic CO2 is being released into the atmosphere at least three to perhaps thirty times as quickly as during the P.E.T.M. period.  This is so fast that buffering by ocean sediments is not even a factor. 

Summary for the Reversal of Toxic Contamination of our Planet

  1. Utilize Endless Energy transition technology to advance us into the Age of environmental renewal.  Work with nature not in conflict with nature’s transitional processes. 
  2. Eliminate the production of toxic green house gases (CO2).
  3. Encourage world wide reforestation.
  4. Regulate the clear cutting lumber industry.  Encourage selective lumbering to avoid the destruction of the soil and water sheds. 
  5. Protect coral reefs from sewage, agricultural runoff, sediment, and coastal development.
  6. Protect the wet lands.
  7. Implementation of cost-effective methods of green energy production
  8. Increase operating efficiencies of existing energy production facilities
Note: Although the primary testing was performed on coal, the chemicals and elements that create greenhouse gases and toxic emissions are present in all forms of energy producing fossil fuels. The transition of toxic elements in coal to its non-toxic form is a principle that is consistent in outcome regardless of the substance state (solid, gas, or liquid). Our next validation test is scheduled to be completed in conjunction with the University of North Dakota, a leading research center in the field of combustion energy.

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