[ RadSafe ] Re: Litroenergy
GEOelectronics at netscape.com
Sat Dec 15 16:36:48 CST 2007
Mike P. Kohnen II is the inventor, and the agent of record on the patent
Steve Stark is a Engineer/Designer specializing in Sports/Toy Inventing. His
claim to fame is making a glow Frisbee evidently.
If indeed the blog message was from the legitimate Steve Stark, obviously
there is a disconnect here between the statement of "no tritium" and the
applicable patent disclosures.
One can only guess as to the source or reason of that disconnect.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Barish" <robbarish at verizon.net>
To: "Geo>K0FF" <GEOelectronics at netscape.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 15, 2007 3:42 PM
> He doesn't say that he radioactive material is fully contained, or that it
> has no potential escape method, or that the dose at the surface in
> undetectable. He simply denies the presence of any radioactive material.
>>From: "Geo>K0FF" <GEOelectronics at netscape.com>
>>Date: 2007/12/15 Sat PM 03:29:02 CST
>>To: Robert Barish <robbarish at verizon.net>, radsafe at radlab.nl
>>Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Litroenergy
>>Perhaps Stark is eluding to the fact that the beta particles can't
>>the spheres. While this is true, Bremsstrahlung effects cause X-Ray
>>radiation to exist beyond the surface of any Tritium powered light source.
>>The X-Rays are of low energy, not easily detected with a standard probe,
>>pancake type thin window probe will reveal their presence.
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Robert Barish" <robbarish at verizon.net>
>>To: <radsafe at radlab.nl>
>>Sent: Saturday, December 15, 2007 3:03 PM
>>Subject: [ RadSafe ] Litroenergy
>>> The patent information on the "new" light source can be viewed at:
>>> What is most interesting is the various blog postings about this
>>> Of particular interest is the posting of the company's engineer, Mr.
>>> Stark, who states unequivocally that the material contains no tritium or
>>> any other radiactive material, in contradictiction to both the patent
>>> description and any logic that we on RADSAFE (or at least I) can bring
>>> this subject!
>>> See, for example, Steve Stark's December 11th posts at:
>>> where he emphatically denies the use of tritium or any radioactive
>>> material, despite the patent description.
>>> How strange is this?
>>> Robert Barish, Ph.D., CHP
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