The Lord’s Pump Project

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A small isolated village of 2500 people in northern Uganda without portable water, electric power, access to fuel or funds asked for help.

The majority of the community is made up of grandmothers and their grandchildren; their own sons and daughters having been massacred in the great slaughter that occurred under their president Idi Imin a number of years ago.

Christ Aid was raising funds to help the 150 or so grandmothers. Water from a small mountain stream located miles away and behind a 500 ft. ridge was carried back to the village daily in 5 gallon plastic pails.

Christ Aid asked for help. A survey revealed the following; at 10 gal/day/person was required. (100 gal, day is the US standard) total 25,000/day. No power available. Limited funds. Plenty of labor. Adequate water from the stream year around. Plastic pipe was available and inexpensive. How to pump water 500 feet high to the village?

As a consequence The Lord’s Pump Project was started. This presentation presents the inspired answer: A plastic pump operating at 260 psi using the water pumped as the fuel. The plasma ignition system ignites this water gas pushing the water out and up to heights thought to be impossible by conventional thinking.

This presentation also includes techniques for liberating explosive gas from water as well the creation of other elements in the plasma and the impact on our present model of the cosmos.

Part of the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (108 mins downloadable video).

1 review for The Lord’s Pump Project

  1. Michael Schifone (verified owner)

    Save your money and get the Moray King video. Al is a great guy but he didn’t prepare for this presentation. Not much technical content, many stories about random technologies and lots of preaching(goes on and on). I regret paying $27 for this! FYI I purchased many videos from E-media press and usually am very happy with the content(just not this time).

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