Description: In a July 9, 1998 keynote address at the Fifth International Conference on Composites Engineering in Las Vegas, Dr. Deborah D. L. Chung, professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at University at Buffalo (UB), reported that she had observed apparent negative resistance in interfaces between layers of carbon fibers in a composite material. Professor Chung holds the Niagara Mohawk Chair in Materials Research at UB and is internationally recognized for her work in smart materials and carbon composites. The apparent negative resistance was observed in a direction perpendicular to the fiber layers.
A paper describing the research was published by Chung in a peer-reviewed journal, and a patent application was filed by the University.
Several negative articles appeared quickly in the popular scientific press. Conventional scientists were quickly quoted as proclaiming that negative resistance was against the laws of physics and thermodynamics. Others thought perhaps the UB researchers had made a little battery and were unaware of it.
Director: Anthony J. Craddock, William Gazecki (photography)
Writers: Tom Bearden, John Bedini
Stars: Deborah D. L. Chung
Tags: full film, documentary, Part 3, Energy from the Vacuum - Negative Resistance
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