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Research into the GEET device


Latest Test Results          Geet Comments By Professor Shields


 

On June 1, 1999 research by 2 of our research scientists began on Paul Pantone's discovery which he calls, "GEET". The Geet system uses a unique method of pre-treating fuel for use in an internal combustion engine. Pantone claims that many different types of fuel may be used in his system. In Pantone's Internet reports, the following are just some of the fuels that he claims to successfully use:

  1. Battery acid mixed with water

  2. Crude oil

  3. Various solvents 

  4. The soft drink, Mountain Dew®

The Geet device replaces the standard carburetor on the engine. The engine is supposed to run with up to 3X  efficiency. The device is also associated with several different magnetic anomalies.

Our scientists sent several emails to Pantone attempting to obtain a copy of his plans. Our emails were ignored. A radio interview with Laura Lee  revealed that she had received several  reports by persons purchasing Pantone's plans, that upon completion of the units, they were unsuccessful in operating the device.

The reports to Laura Lee were either an attempt to discredit Mr. Pantone, or the devices were assembled by unskilled individuals.

Without a set of plans from Pantone, our scientists have obtained a copy of Pantones patent and assembled an operating device. Please let it be known that our organization accepts no credit for the discovery of these principals, and has only assembled the device to validate and further research Mr. Pantones claims.

Preliminary results do in fact show that the device will operate on a 5 hp Briggs & Stratton engine without the use of the normal carburated intake. The device does replace the standard carburetor, and so far has only operated on a mixture of gasoline & water, gasoline & kerosene. The device does appear to emit far less pollution than did before the Geet device was installed. In fact, after installation, there was no visible exhaust, and absolutely no odor of emissions.

We have also found that there are magnetic anomalies noted during and after operation of the device. Most notably, a steel rod has been magnetized when placed into the reaction chamber. At this point in time, the magnetic field was weak; but present. The rod was made of 7/16" cold rolled steel. The rod was not magnetic prior to insertion into the device.

In the next few months we will be performing many more tests on the device, and will have the emissions analyzed to reveal an independent accounting of the Geet device.


Latest Test Results          Comments By Professor Shields


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