Attempted Swindle By Chava Wind LLC’s Fraudulent Parent, Chava Energy LLC

Section 1:  PREAMBLE.

1.1.    In October and November of 2013, Chava Energy LLC attempted to DECEIVE, DEFRAUD and SWINDLE not only the JP Morgan Chase corporation, but also the GENERAL PUBLIC, in that they attempted to win a “Mission Main Street” Small Business Grant in a fraudulent manner, by FRAUDULENTLY DECEIVING not only the JP Morgan Chase corporation, but members of the GENERAL PUBLIC as well.

1.2.   Chava Energy has furthermore DECEIVED the GENERAL PUBLIC by falsely pretending to be developing innovative and transformational “revolutionary breakthroughs” which could provide an alternative to fossil fuels, even though precisely NONE of Chava Energy’s pretended “breakthroughs” is anything more than an utterly worthless and fraudulent pretense.

 

Section 2:   SUBSTANTIATION of PREAMBLE

2.1.  Chava Energy LLC was co-founded by Hagen Ruff and Mark Goldes, and the chavaenergy.com website appeared in April 2009.

2.2.  Before Chava Energy LLC was formed, the company known as Magnetic Power Inc listed Hagen Ruff as the CEO of Magnetic Power Inc, at least for one quarter of 2008. Magnetic Power Inc was founded by Mark Goldes, who served as CEO until the time in 2008 when Hagen Ruff became CEO.

2.3.  Hagen Ruff has earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering at a respected American university, and surely can be assumed to possess an effective grasp of the most basic and fundamental laws of physics – especially including the most basic laws of thermodynamics and conservation of energy.

2.4.  At the time in 2008 when Magnetic Power Inc listed Hagen Ruff as CEO of Magnetic Power Inc, Magnetic Power Inc was still continuing to promote several utterly worthless proposed “engine” and “generator” concepts as “revolutionary breakthroughs. These worthless concepts or pretended “breakthroughs” included the so-called “POWERGENIE” or “GENIE” generator, as well as a pretended “NO FUEL PISTON ENGINE” concept proposed by Kenneth Rauen, which would supposedly operate as a heat engine using only the single heat reservoir of ambient heat.

2.5.  As a person with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Hagen Ruff was surely able to realize that the “NO FUEL PISTON ENGINE” being promoted by Magnetic Power Inc was a worthless concept and not a “breakthrough” at all. Since it depended on the notion of obtaining work from a heat engine utilizing only a single heat reservoir at a single temperature, it could only work if the Second Law of Thermodynamics were false.

2.6.  As a person with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Hagen Ruff was surely able to realize that the “POWERGENIE” or “GENIE” being promoted by Magnetic Power Inc was also a worthless concept and not a “breakthrough” at all. Since it depended on the notion that a tuning-rod could somehow “multiply” energy, it could only work if the Law of Conservation of Energy were false.

2.7.  Even though Hagen Ruff’s competence and knowledge in Mechanical Engineering must surely have enabled him to realize that the pretended “breakthrough” concepts promoted by Mark Goldes were actually utterly worthless, he nonetheless chose Mark Goldes to be his business partner, and to be a Co-Founder along with himself of his new company, Chava Energy LLC.

2.8.  In October 2013, Chava Energy entered JP Morgan Chase’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest for small business grants – each in the amount of $150,000 – to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. To win a grant, a company would first need to receive 250 votes from the general public in order to reach the panel selection stage, and then the company could hope to be selected as a winner by the panel. Chava Energy didn’t receive enough votes to reach the panel. At the time when this contest was conducted, all of Chava Energy’s false and fraudulent claims to be developing “fractional hydrogen” “SPICE” engines, Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converters, “Ultraconductor” Wire, “Ultraconductor Magnetic Energy Storage systems,” and “MagGen” Zero Point Energy generators were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website, which of course would have been the voters’ primary source of information on Chava Energy – and which surely would have been the panel’s primary information source as well, if Chava Energy had reached the panel. If Chava Energy had reached the panel and won a grant, then Chava Energy certainly would have been guilty of swindling JP Morgan Chase, due to the utter falseness of the many fraudulent claims on the Chava Energy website. Since Chava Energy didn’t win any grant, this didn’t result in a completed swindle. It amounts to an attempted swindle.

2.9     Chava Energy’s “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator Development Pretense

2.9.1     Chava Energy for five years until June 2013 referred to two devices proposed by Graham Gunderson as “MagGen” magnetic generators, falsely and fraudulently claiming that they would provide electric power by “tapping Zero Point Energy,” and that Chava Energy would create “MagGen” prototypes “to provide power for automobiles” “within three years.” In fact, Chava Energy’s website even provided the patent numbers of two Chava Energy patent applications which they claimed would represent generators that could “tap Zero Point Energy” to provide power.

2.9.2    In fact, the two patent applications referenced did not even mention Zero Point Energy. Inspection of the concepts described in the patents shows that in fact neither of the two devices described could possibly “tap Zero Point Energy,” or serve as useful generators at all in any other way at all.

2.9.3    All of the claims regarding the pretended “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development quoted below in Section 3.2.2 still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the pretended “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

2.9.4.    During the year that has passed  since Chava Energy’s participation in the “Mission Main Street Grants” contest, has presented precisely NO EVIDENCE whatsoever that any “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development has ever taken place at Chava Energy.  In fact, in June 2014, Chava Energy removed from their website all of the statements that made any mention or reference to “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development – without a word of explanation. This is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had NEVER engaged at all in any “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development, as they had claimed for the previous five years.

2.10.    Chava Energy’s “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” Engine Development Pretense

2.10.1.   During November of 2013, while Chava Energy was competing in the “Mission Main Street” contest for Small Business grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase, Chava Energy FALSELY and DISHONESTLY pretended in on their website that Chava Energy was developing a water-fueled “Fractional Hydrogen” Engine, even though in fact they never engaged in any such development.

2.10.2.    All of the claims regarding the pretended “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” engine development quoted below in section 3.3.2 were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the pretended “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” engine development to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” engine development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

2.10.3.    During the year that has passed  since Chava Energy’s participation in the “Mission Main Street Grants” contest, has presented precisely NO EVIDENCE whatsoever that any “Fractional Hydrogen” engine development has ever taken place at Chava Energy.  In fact, in June 2014, Chava Energy removed from their website all of the statements that made any mention or reference to “Fractional Hydrogen” engine development – without a word of explanation. This is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had NEVER engaged at all in any “Fractional Hydrogen” engine development, as they had claimed for the previous five years.

2.11.    Chava Ebergy’s “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” Development Pretense

2.11.1.   During November of 2013, while Chava Energy was competing in the “Mission Main Street” contest for Small Business grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase, Chava Energy FALSELY and DISHONESTLY pretended in on their website that Chava Energy was developing an “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter.”

2.11.2.   The claims quoted in Section 3.4.3 below include a sentence taken from a certain Proposal by Chava Energy’s employee Cyril Smith, that leaves the impression that Chava had already created this magical device. In fact, Cyril Smith later wrote a Critique of his own proposal, and it was never “developed” at all.

2.11.3.   All of the claims regarding the pretended “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development quoted in Section 3.4.3 below were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the pretended “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

2.11.4.    During the year that has passed  since Chava Energy’s participation in the “Mission Main Street Grants” contest, has presented precisely NO EVIDENCE whatsoever that any “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development has ever taken place at Chava Energy.  In fact, in June 2014, Chava Energy removed from their website all of the statements that made any mention or reference to “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development – without a word of explanation. This is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had NEVER engaged at all in any “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development, as they had claimed for the previous five years.

2.12.   Chava Energy’s “Ultraconductor” Development Pretense

2.12.1.   During November of 2013, while Chava Energy was competing in the “Mission Main Street” contest for Small Business grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase, Chava Energy FALSELY and DISHONESTLY claimed on their website that Chava Energy was continuing “to develop and improve upon wire and cable using room temperature polymer superconductive materials,” along with many other false and dishonest statements regarding their pretended “Ultraconductor” development.

2.12.2.   In fact, although they pretended otherwise for several years, including 2013, the officers of Chava Energy knew very well that Chava Energy had never done any such development work at all, and was not “continuing” to do any such work at all.

2.12.3.   And in fact, although they pretended otherwise, the officers of Chava Energy also knew very well that their so-called “Ultraconductor” material was NOT superconductive. This fact was made abundantly clear in the reports on the “Ultraconductor” written by the officers’ previous company, Magnetic Power Inc.

2.12.4.    All of the statements regarding the pretended “Ultraconductor” development quoted below in Section 3.5.2  were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES) to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “UMES” development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

2.12.5.    During the year that has passed  since Chava Energy’s participation in the “Mission Main Street Grants” contest, has presented precisely NO EVIDENCE whatsoever that any “Ultraconductor Wire” development has ever taken place at Chava Energy.  In fact, in June 2014, Chava Energy removed from their website all of the statements that made any mention or reference to “Ultraconductor” development – without a word of explanation. This is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had NEVER engaged at all in any “Ultraconductor” wire development, as they had claimed for the previous five years.

2.13   Chava Energy’s “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (UMES)  Pretense

2.13.1.   Chava Energy’s claims regarding “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (“UMES”) were fraudulent first of all because Chava Energy had never been “working towards achieving greater lengths of Ultraconductor Wire,” at all. They have only falsely claimed to be doing so, without ever actually doing any such work. The reference to “greater lengths of Ultraconductor Wire” misrepesents the true status of the “Ultraconductor” by giving the impression that at least a short “Ultraconductor” wire had already been developed – which is not true.  Goldes’ company MPI had worked with a film which they claimed to be “ultraconductive” to current across the thin dimension, but had never succeeded in making any “ultraconductive” wire, at all.

2.13.2.    All of the statements regarding pretended “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES)  development quoted below in Section 3.6.3  were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES) to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “UMES” development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

2.13.3.    During the year that has passed  since Chava Energy’s participation in the “Mission Main Street Grants” contest, has presented precisely NO EVIDENCE whatsoever that any “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES)  development has ever taken place at Chava Energy.  In fact, in June 2014, Chava Energy removed from their website all of the statements that made any mention or reference to “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES) development – without a word of explanation. This is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had NEVER engaged at all in any “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES) wire development, as they had claimed for the previous five years.

2.14    In June 2014, all the claims and statements explicitly related to all but one of the five elaborate fraudulent pretenses mentioned above was suddenly removed from the Chava Energy website, never to be mentioned there again. The four packs of fraudcraft that were suddenly discarded included Chava Energy’s “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” Engine fraudcraft, their “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” fraudcraft, their “Ultraconductor” Wire fraudcraft, and their “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (UMES) fraudcraft. The only pack of fraudcraft that Chava Energy did not remove was their “Zero Point Energy Generator” fraudcraft. (But even in this case, Chava Energy did remove references to two worthless patents, which Chava Energy had falsely presented as concepts utilizing Zero Point Energy.)

2.15    Chava Energy’s sudden removal from their website in June 2013 of ALL the content directly associated with the four claimed “revolutionary innovations” mentioned above, without a word of explanation, is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had never engaged at all in ANY such development of the four “breakthroughs” as they claimed on their website for the previous five years.

2.16    Chava Energy’s sudden removal from their website in June 2013 of all the content directly associated with their claimed “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” Engine, without a word of explanation, is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had never engaged at all in ANY such development of any “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” Engine as they claimed on their website for the previous five years.

2.17    Chava Energy’s sudden removal from their website in June 2013 of all the content directly associated with their claimed “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter,” without a word of explanation, is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had never engaged at all in ANY such development of any “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” as they claimed on their website for the previous five years.

2.18    Chava Energy’s sudden removal from their website in June 2013 of all the content directly associated with their claimed “Ultraconductor” Wire, without a word of explanation, is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had never engaged at all in ANY such development of any “Ultraconductor” Wire as they claimed on their website for the previous five years.

2.19    Chava Energy’s sudden removal from their website in June 2013 of all the content directly associated with their claimed “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (UMES), without a word of explanation, is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality Chava Energy had never engaged at all in ANY such development of any “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (UMES) as they claimed on their website for the previous five years.

2.20    Chava Energy’s sudden removal from their website in June 2013 of all references to two worthless patents, which Chava Energy had previously presented as concepts tapping Zero Point Energyis a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality the officers of Chava Energy knew very well that the concepts did NOT represent devices that could possibly tap Zero Point Energy, and or serve as useful generators in any way, by any means at all.

2.21.      Chava Energy’s Continuing Use of False And Fraudulent Pretenses.

2.21.1   At the time in November 2013 when Chava Energy LLC was competing in the “Mission Main Street Grants” contest, Chava Energy’s website presented not only the many false claims and statements contained in the five packs of fraudcraft mentioned above, but also many additional more general statements, which did not refer to any specific claimed invention in particular. In fact, Chava Energy still presents these more general claims and statements on their website, and still continues to make use of them. Here are some examples of nonspecific general claims still presented by Chava Energy on their website:

“Chava Energy™ (Chava LLC) develops breakthrough energy solutions with the goal to dramatically reduce the need for fossil fuels and the associated economic, environmental, health, and geopolitical issues.”

“Our new energy solutions will be substantially less expensive than any other existing form of power generation by tapping energy from the 96% percent of our universe that is currently invisible (dark energy and matter). These sources include Zero-Point Energy (also called Quantum Energy, or Vacuum Energy).”

“We plan to enter the residential power market in a two-prong strategy. First, we are supplying consumers with small fuel-free devices covering most of the electricity demand in a typical household, while initially remaining connected to the existing power grid in a manner similar to many solar installations. After the initial trials are successfully completed, later generations of devices will be able to provide a grid-independent power supply to homes and apartments. These devices could be either purchased by the consumer or leased for a low monthly subscription fee.

“Automotive: Cars, trucks, buses, rail locomotives, RVs, electric-assisted bicycles, elderly person motive power, golf carts, scooters, electric motorcycles.

“Utilities: Utilities are constantly on the lookout for technologies that would enable them to build and operate power plants without the need of fossil or uranium fuels, producing renewable electricity at a much lower price point than any other alternative. It also eliminates the vast land-use and transmission/permitting problems that most other renewable power generation projects are faced with.”

Chava expects, within three years, of creating prototype Chava Energy™ conversion systems to provide power for automobiles. This eliminates the need for large batteries and for electrical recharging stations. That goal may be reached faster if our engineering development teams work on a 24/7 basis. The conversion systems will open a path to mass production of entirely new varieties of automotive power plants. Other industries will follow soon after the key markets of residential and automotive power.”

“Chava Energy™ is working in the same area as demonstrated by [Hans] Coler. Some of our generators may prove to be tapping Coler’s Space Energy source, now often referred to as Zero Point Energy (ZPE).”

“Chava Energy™ is developing new energy conversion devices that can be manufactured in many of the world’s underutilized factories, possibly creating many new jobs around the globe. These energy devices can be used to power homes and businesses and turn cars, trucks, buses, and ships and eventually aircraft, into portable power plants. Our goal is to replace conventional engines or expensive batteries, eliminating the need for recharging or using any fuels for operation.”

“Our advanced designs will soon be capable of producing torque and/or electricity on a self-sustaining basis.”

“Our energy conversion modules are designed to be easy to use, inexpensive and capable of rapid manufacturing, thus making a positive global impact. They have the potential to catalyze, with a kick start, a world economic recovery.”

2.21.2    The general claims and statements quoted above are FALSE, DISHONEST, and FRAUDULENT.

Chava Energy has never developed any “breakthrough energy solution” such as they claim.

-Chava Energy has never developed, and is not developing any “energy solutions” that tap Zero Point Energy.

Chava Energy has never developed, and is not developing, any such “small fuel-free devices” as they claim.These claims represent a false and fraudulent pretense, and nothing more at all.

Chava Energy is not developing any such “new energy conversion devices” as they claim.

Chava Energy does not have any generators that could possibly “tap” Zero Point Energy.

Chava has no such “designs” and “breakthrough solutions” as they claim in their statements.

Chava Energy has never developed, and not developing, any such “energy conversion modules” as they claim.

 

2.22    SUMMATION.

2.22.3    To pretend for five years by way of Chava Energy’s website that his company Chava Energy was developing patented devices that “tap Zero Point Energy,” as Hagen Ruff has done as CEO of Chava Energy, even though he knew very well that no such development was occurring, is precisely the conduct of a DISHONEST CHARLATAN.

2.22.4    To pretend for five years by way of Chava Energy’s website that his company Chava Energy was developing “Fractional Hydrogen” engines fueled by water, as Hagen Ruff has done as CEO of Chava Energy, even though he knew very well that no such development was occurring, is precisely the conduct of a DISHONEST CHARLATAN.

2.22.5   To pretend for five years by way of Chava Energy’s website that his company Chava Energy was developing “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Convertors,” as Hagen Ruff has done as CEO of Chava Energy, even though he knew very well that no such development was occurring, is precisely the conduct of a DISHONEST CHARLATAN.

2.22.6   To pretend for five years by way of Chava Energy’s website that his company Chava Energy was developing superconductive “Ultraconductor” Wire, as Hagen Ruff has done as CEO of Chava Energy, even though he knew very well that no such development was occurring, is precisely the conduct of a DISHONEST CHARLATAN.

2.22.7  To pretend for five years by way of Chava Energy’s website that his company Chava Energy was developing superconductive “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage systems, as Hagen Ruff has done as CEO of Chava Energy, even though he knew very well that no such development was occurring, is precisely the conduct of a DISHONEST CHARLATAN.

2.22.8   To attempt to win a large grant from JP Morgan Chase Corporation, by presenting to the general public a great number of entirely false and dishonest claims of pretended “revolutionary breakthrough” development at his company Chava Energy, even though he knew very well that no such development was occurring, is precisely the conduct of an UNSCRUPULOUS CON ARTIST and SWINDLER.

2.22.16.    In October and November of 2013, Chava Energy LLC attempted to DECEIVE, DEFRAUD and SWINDLE not only the JP Morgan Chase corporation, but also the GENERAL PUBLIC, in that they attempted to win a “Mission Main Street” Small Business Grant in a fraudulent manner, by FRAUDULENTLY DECEIVING not only the JP Morgan Chase corporation, but members of the GENERAL PUBLIC as well.

2.22.17.   Chava Energy has furthermore continually DECEIVED the GENERAL PUBLIC for over five years, by falsely pretending to be developing innovative and transformational “revolutionary breakthroughs” which could provide an alternative to fossil fuels, even though precisely NONE of Chava Energy’s pretended “breakthroughs” is anything more than an utterly worthless, false, dishonest, and fraudulent pretense.

 

Section 3:  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Supporting SUBSTANTIATION.

Note: We use the term “fraudcraft” to mean: claims, statements or artifacts contrived, formulated, produced, or used for the purpose of constructing an elaborate fraudulent pretense.

3.1.       Chava Energy’s Attempted Swindle Of JP Morgan Chase Corporation

In October and November of 2013, Chava Energy LLC attempted to defraud and swindle JP Morgan Chase to the value of $150,000, by making fraudulent use of no less than five different elaborate fraudulent pretenses in the course of competing in JP Morgan Chase’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest for small business grants. At the time when Chava Energy entered this contest, Chava Energy was still utilizing and featuring on their website the same five packs of fraudcraft which they had presented to the public since 2009. In June 2014, all the material regarding all but one of these five elaborate fraudulent pretenses was suddenly removed from the Chava Energy website, never to be mentioned there again. The four packs of fraudcraft that were suddenly discarded included Chava Energy’s “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” Engine fraudcraft, their “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” fraudcraft, their “Ultraconductor” Wire fraudcraft, and their “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (UMES) fraudcraft. The only pack of fraudcraft that Chava Energy did not remove was their “Zero Point Energy Generator” fraudcraft. (But even in this case, Chava Energy did remove references to two worthless patents, which Chava Energy had falsely presented as concepts utilizing Zero Point Energy.) Since Chava Energy didn’t win any grant in the “Mission Main Street” contest, their utilization of five different elaborate fraudulent pretenses while  participating in the contest did not result in a completed swindle – it only involved an attempted swindle.

 

3.2.       Chava Energy’s First And Second “MagGen” ZPE Generator Fraudcraft

3.2.1    Chava Energy’s ZPE GENERATOR fraud consists of soliciting and obtaining investments and grants in a blatantly fraudulent manner, making use in particular of the elaborate set of false pretenses, false statements, false claims and empty promises to be found in Chava Energy’s “Zero Point Energy Generator” fraudcraft, involving their so-called “MagGen” concepts.

Chava Energy for five years referred to two devices proposed by Graham Gunderson as “MagGen” magnetic generators, falsely and fraudulently claiming that they would provide electric power by “tapping Zero Point Energy,” and that Chava Energy would create “MagGen” prototypes “to provide power for automobiles” “within three years.”

3.2.2      Here are some of the claims and statements regarding Chava Energy’s pretended “MagGen” breakthroughs,” that Chava Energy was still presenting on their website during November 2013, while competing in JP Morgan Chase Corporation’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest:

“Our MagGen™ magnetic generators convert abundant, ambient and renewable energy sources that exist everywhere in the universe. Power Units can be small and lightweight, and made from non-toxic materials.”

“MagGen™: The Chava Magnetic Generator (MagGen™) breakthroughs offer several alternate routes to tapping the energy of quantum noise (Zero Point Energy) via the magnetic spin moment.”

“Chava has two U.S. Patents patents aimed at commercialization under the trademark of MagGen™. Patents #7,830,065 and #8,093,869 cover solid-state (no moving parts) magnetic generators. An early prototype produced an output, at a very low power level, of more than 100 times the input.

“The first patent titled ‘Solid State Electric Generator,’ was issued Nov 9,2010. The second titled ‘Apparatus for Generating Electricity…’ issued January 10,2012. Several prototypes of more advanced devices have been built and an additional, very broad, patent application has also been filed. All power generation modules can be combined, in a manner similar to solar cells, to provide larger amounts of power. We expect to file an additional thirty (30) patents over the next three (3) years for various magnetic power device designs.”

“Chava expects, within three years, of creating prototype Chava Energy™ conversion systems to provide power for automobiles.”

“Several prototypes of more advanced devices have been built and thirty (30) additional patents are expected to be filed over the next thirty-six (36) months for various families of magnetic power devices.”

“RESIDENTIAL GENERATORS for off-grid customers will be an early market product. Today, generators are typically powered by gasoline. In the aftermath of disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and typhoons, power is often unavailable; such early devices, without requiring fuel, will make a crucial difference. Mobile power generators will be a key resource for government emergency agencies and rural communities.

“Chava expects, within three years, of creating prototype Chava Energy™ conversion systems to provide power for automobiles. This eliminates the need for large batteries and for electrical recharging stations. That goal may be reached faster if our engineering development teams work on a 24/7 basis. The conversion systems will open a path to mass production of entirely new varieties of automotive power plants. Other industries will follow soon after the key markets of residential and automotive power.

To avoid confusion, we will refer to the first “MagGen” as MagGen-20060163971, and the second “MagGen” as MagGen-8093869.

3.2.3    In fact, neither of the two patents referenced above involve devices that could ever “tap Zero Point Energy” at all. Neither of the patents even mention Zero Point Energy. Neither of the patents describe devices that ever serve as useful “energy conversions systems” as claimed by Chava. As in every case of pretense by Chava, Chava has merely repeated the same empty claims year after year, without ever producing or presenting any device or any evidence of development.

3.2.4.    All of the claims regarding the pretended “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development quoted above were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the pretended “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “MagGen” Zero Point Energy Generator development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

 

3.3.    Chava Energy’s “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” Engine Fraudcraft

3.3.1.   Chava Energy’s “FRACTIONAL HYDROGEN” ENGINE fraud consisted in soliciting and obtaining investments and grants in a blatantly fraudulent manner, making use in particular of the elaborate set of false pretenses, false statements, false claims and empty promises to be found in their “Energy from Collapsing Hydrogen” fraudcraft, involving their make-believe so-called “SPICE” engine.

3.3.2.   Here are some of the claims and statements regarding Chava Energy’s pretended “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” engine development, that Chava Energy was still presenting on their website during November 2013, while competing in JP Morgan Chase Corporation’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest:

“Energy from Collapsing Hydrogen Orbits – ECHO™ makes possible a Self Powered Internal Combustion Engine – SPICE™
 
Chava uses the terms f/H for fractional Hydrogen and for commercial purposes ECHO™ – Energy from Collapsing Hydrogen Orbits. Converting Hydrogen to f/H releases hundreds of times the power of Hydrogen combustion with oxygen.

“The energy released from the conversion of one barrel of Hydrogen to fractional Hydrogen is equal to the energy from burning 200 barrels of oil.

“Conversion of Hydrogen to fractional Hydrogen releases hundreds of times more energy than achievable by burning Hydrogen, though not as much energy from a nuclear reaction. However the energy released by conversion to fractional hydrogen is completely safe and does not generate any radioactive products or other hazards from nuclear reactions. Furthermore, the cost will be far lower than from fossil fueled or nuclear plants. ECHO systems may dramatically accelerate independence from fossil fuels.

“Chava work with fractional quantum states of Hydrogen has opened a path to a new concept we call SPICE — Self Powered Internal Combustion Engine.

“A Self Powered Internal Combustion Engine – SPICE, will open a cost-competitive alternative to fossil fuels and nuclear power. Importantly, it can be sized for use in automotive applications. By implementing a revolutionary clean technology as a retrofit for current car engines we can make a very large impact quickly – eliminating pollution from burning fuel in cars and producing a lot of clean energy cheaply. With engines able to run using small amounts of water in a clean and safe way, we can now leave cars running when appropriately parked, as mobile power plants delivering electricity to the grid. Owners with SPICE powered cars would produce far more power than they need to run their homes. SPICE powered cars and trucks could also power places where we work.

“A SPICE in a hybrid car is expected to have a fuel requirement of only one gallon of water for each 1,000 miles of driving… Imagine the positive impact on the economy and the environment of future cars, trucks and buses that need no conventional fuel or recharge, and can pay for themselves over time. This can become a near-term and less expensive alternative to building new coal burning or nuclear power plants.”

3.3.3.     Here is what the physicist Andreas Rathke had to say in 2005 about Mills’ theory of “Classical Quantum Mechanics,” on which both Mills’ “hydrinos” and Chava Energy’s “fractional hydrogen” are supposedly based:

“In this paper, we have considered the theoretical foundations of the hydrino hypothesis, both within the theoretical framework of CQM, in which hydrinos were originally suggested, and within standard quantum mechanics. We found that CQM is inconsistent and has several serious deficiencies. Amongst these are the failure to reproduce the energy levels of the excited states of the hydrogen atom, and the absence of Lorentz invariance. Most importantly, we found that CQM does not predict the existence of hydrino states! Also, standard quantum mechanics cannot encompass hydrino states, with the properties currently attributed to them. Hence there remains no theoretical support of the hydrino hypothesis.”

In other words, not only has Randell Mills’ theory of “Classical Quantum Mechanics” been shown beyond doubt to be false , but it does not even support Mills’ theory of “hydrino” hydrogen states, as Mills would have us believe. There are no “hydrino” states, or “fractional hydrogen” states as Chava Energy calls them. The whole idea is nothing more than a heap of flimflam, that a charlatan may use to swindle nitwits.

In fact, Chava Energy never did any actual work in this direction, at all.  They merely claimed  and pretended to be doing so – as usual.

3.3.4.    All of the claims regarding the pretended “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” engine development quoted above were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the pretended “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” engine development to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “Fractional Hydrogen” “SPICE” engine development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

 

3.4.         Chava Energy’s “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” Fraudcraft

3.4.1.     Chava Energy’s AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMIONIC CONVERTOR fraud consisted of soliciting and obtaining investments and grants in a blatantly fraudulent manner, making use in particular of the elaborate set of false pretenses, false statements, false claims and empty promises to be found in Chava Energy’s “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Convertor” fraudcraft.

3.4.2.    The most minimal of the Goldes-Ruff fraudcraftings, their “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” apparently never included much more than a few sentences on the Chava Energy website, based on a brief Proposal by Cyril Smith.

3.4.3.    Here are some of the claims and statements regarding Chava Energy’s pretended “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development, that Chava Energy was still presenting on their website during November 2013, while competing in JP Morgan Chase Corporation’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest:

“Chava’s thermionic converter design extracts ambient heat from the environment and converts this into useable electrical energy.”

“Chava is planning to introduce a thermionic converter which will extract ambient heat from the environment and efficiently convert this heat into electrical energy.

“At first sight it appears that this system is prohibited by the laws of physics. No power is supplied but, as if by magic, the system pumps heat and transfers it into an electrical load.

“Recent work supports this idea. Xin Yong Fu and Zi Tao Fu at Jiao Tong University, in Shanghai, performed an experiment described in their paper: Realization of Maxwell’s Hypothesis.

“With no magnetic field present, although electrons thermally emitted from one electrode can reach the other, by symmetry the reverse reaction is true and no detectable current flows. However when a magnetic field was applied current flow from one electrode to the other was observed.

“But, where the Chinese device produced only tiny current from the thermal emissions, the Chava AHE Thermionic device is expected to produce significantly higher current, hence much greater power levels.”

The fraudcraft above – recently removed from chavaenergy.com – quotes a sentence from a certain Proposal by Cyril Smith that leaves the impression that Chava had already created this magical device. In fact, Cyril Smith later wrote a Critique of his own proposal, and it was never “developed” at all.

3.4.4.    All of the claims regarding the pretended “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development quoted above were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the pretended “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “Ambient Temperature Thermionic Converter” development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

 

3.5.         Chava Energy’s “Ultraconductor” Fraudcraft

3.5.1.   Chava Energy’s “ULTRACONDUCTOR” fraud consisted in soliciting and obtaining investments and grants in a blatantly fraudulent manner, making use in particular of the set of false pretenses, false statements, false claims and empty promises to be found in their “Ultraconductor” fraudcraft. Just like their other packs of fraudcraft, the “Ultraconductor” pack came from Mark Goldes’ company Magnetic Power Inc.

For at least one quarter of 2008, Magnetic Power Inc. itself listed Hagen Ruff as the CEO of Magnetic Power Inc. But the company then went out of business. Goldes and Ruff became the co-founders of their new company Chava Energy LLC, which listed Hagen Ruff as CEO and Mark Goldes as “Chief Market Research Officer.” But in fact Chava Energy had nothing to sell. In reality, Mark Goldes’ activity consistd of soliciting investments from investors, not in doing “Market Research.”

The great high points of Mark Goldes’ career in fraudcraft were the obtaining of four Small Business Innovative Research grants from the Unites States Air Force, which cost taxpayers roughly a half million dollars. In the fourteen years since the conclusion of the fourth project, Goldes’ companies have evidently made no further progress in this area, at all – but that has not stopped Goldes from pretending that Magnetic Power Inc, or Chava Energy LLC, or “Aesop Institute” will be making Revolutionary Breakthroughs involving “Ultraconductors” as soon as you give them your money.  In fact, MPI’s own reports on the Ultraconductor grant projects consist of a succession of rosy and wonderful claims and predictions which went entirely unfulfilled by following projects, and remain unfulfilled today.

It is important to understand that the “Ultraconductor” film was only ever claimed to be “ultraconductive” to current across the thin dimension of the film – and not along the extensive dimensions. Therefore a strip cut from the film could not function as an “ultraconductive” wire. But MPI’s great claim for years was that they would nonetheless somehow develop a way to to make “ultraconductive” wire. They never did so.  MPI asserted that they would develop a way make the thin “ultraconductive” film thicker – and never did so. MPI asserted that their enrichment method would become the key to making thicker film and wire – but the method never did so.  MPI asserted that their “Ultraconductor” film would surely prove wonderfully useful for making thermoelectric devices – but once again, the rosy claims went unfulfilled. MPI asserted that they would obtain “ultraconductivity” along the plane of the film, instead of merely across the thin dimension, by repositioning the supposedly “ultraconductive” channels. They never did so.

The USAF never “validated” Goldes’ so-called “Ultraconductors” at all, and the USAF never gave Goldes any procurement contract for any “Ultraconductors” at all. The four research grants that Goldes obtained from the USAF were a waste of taxpayer money which never resulted in the development of anything of any value. Goldes’ degree of honesty in the matter of the “Ultraconductor” grants is just the same as his degree of honesty regarding all of his other make-believe “breakthroughs.” It is zero. Zero honesty. Zero “breakthroughs.” Zero fulfilment of his endless empty claims – as usual.

Chava Energy’s “Ultraconductor” fraudcraft was fraudulent first of all because Chava Energy has never done any development work with the so-called “Ultraconductor” film and therefore has never “continued to develop” the film at all, even though they pretended otherwise for five years. Just as Goldes had done at MPI, Chava Energy misrepresented the true prospects of the “Ultraconductor” material, which had never been found or made useful for any purpose, despite the substantial research funding that MPI had received in the nineties.

Mark Goldes was ejected from Chava Energy LLC during the fall of 2014 by Chava Energy’s other co-founder, Hagen Ruff; and all the rosy fraudcraft regarding “Ultraconductors” and “Ultraconductor Magnetic Energy Storage” was suddenly removed from the Chava Energy website. Hagen Ruff had chosen to drop the fraudulent empty pretense of ongoing “Ultraconductor” development that he and Goldes had carried on at Chava Energy for five years – along with the other fraudulent empty pretenses discussed above.

The reports themselves show that the so-called “Ultraconductors” are not “equivalent” to superconductors, since they do not show zero electrical resistance. That is why Mark Goldes needed to invent the name “Ultraconductor” in the first place.

For five years until June 2014, Chava Energy continued the pretense that “Ultraconductor” development “is resuming”  at Chava Energy. But after Goldes was ejected from Chava Energy in July 2014, all mention of the “Ultraconductor” pretense was suddenly removed from the Chava Energy website. This is a very strong indicator of the fact that in reality no work at all on “Ultraconductor” Wire development had ever been done at Chava Energy during the five years that Chava Energy pretended otherwise.

3.5.2.    Here are some of the claims and statements regarding Chava Energy’s pretended “Ultraconductor” Wire development, that Chava Energy was still presenting on their website during November 2013, while competing in JP Morgan Chase Corporation’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest:

“Our patented Ultraconductor™ technology provides revolutionary zero resistivity conductive at room temperature polymer materials. Their behavior is identical to that of superconductors, but without the need for cryogenic cooling. “

“ULTRACONDUCTOR™ defined: An electrical conductor, similar to present-day superconductors, having zero measurable electrical resistance in one dimension. They consist of organic polymers that exhibit electrical resistance much lower than the best metallic conductors and are considered a novel state of matter.

“Ultraconductors™ are patented materials being developed for commercial applications with the support of Chava Energy and are the subject of a landmark U.S. Patent 5,777,292, U.S. Patent 6,804,105  and equivalent patents pending worldwide.

“Ultraconductors™ are the result of more than 16 years of prior scientific research, peer-reviewed publication, independent laboratory testing, and 8 years of engineering development. From an engineering perspective, Ultraconductors™ are a fundamentally new and enabling technology, a ‘re lightweight, flexible, transparent medium possessing magnetic, electric, and electronic properties with exceptionally high commercial value. This technology was independently reproduced for the United States Air Force. Chava Energy continues to develop and improve upon wire and cable using room temperature polymer superconductive materials.

“Ultraconductor™ polymers are the only known materials of their kind and our proprietary technology includes the materials, means of fabrication, and application types. Ultimately, Ultraconductors™ offer unprecedented high performance and energy efficiency across a very broad range of products. They are made by the sequential processing of amorphous polar dielectric elastomers.

“Ultraconductors™ exhibit a set of anomalous magnetic and electric properties, including: very high electrical conductivity (> 1011 S/cm -1) and current densities (> 5 x 108 A/cm2), over a wide temperature range (1.8 to 700 K).

“The Ultraconductor™ properties are measured in discrete macromolecular structures which form over time after the processing. In present thin films (1 – 100 micron thickness) these structures, called ‘channels’, are typically 1 – 2 microns in diameter and 10 – 1000 microns apart.

“Using Ultraconductors™ for chip connectors solve a major technical issue for the semiconductor industry – one that still relies upon solder bumps to connect chips, further limiting chip size reduction. Our approach will promote the ability to create smaller chip designs that generate less heat.

“Ultraconductor Wire™ can be made by extending a channel to indefinite length. The technique has been demonstrated in principle. Connections between conducting structures is done with a metal electrode: when two channels are brought together they connect.

“From an engineering point of view, in many applications Ultraconductors can replace copper wire and current high temperature superconductors (which still require liquid nitrogen for cooling) . “

3.5.3.   Most of the claims contained in Chava Energy’s statements quoted above are false, dishonest, and fraudulent.

Chava Energy’s claims are false and dishonest first of all because they indicate that “Ultraconductor” development started by MPI was continuing at Chava Energy LLC. In fact, during the five years that Chava Energy pretended to be continuing to “develop and improve upon wire and cable using room temperature polymer superconductive materials,” Chava Energy never did any such development work at all.

The claims presented were also false and dishonest in that they greatly misrepresented the properties of the “Ultraconductor” material and its degree of potential usefulness, as known to Chava Energy from the SBIR reports produced by Magnetic Power Inc.

3.5.4.    All of the statements regarding “Ultraconductor” development quoted above were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the “Ultraconductor” to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “Ultraconductor” development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

3.5.5.    Notes Regarding the “Ultraconductor” Fraudcraft.

The four SBIR grant reports written by Magnetic Power Inc have been posted here:

https://goldesrufffraudcraftjournal.wordpress.com/mpi-ultraconductor-sbir-grant-reports/

 

3.6.         Chava Energy’s “UMES” Fraudcraft

3.6.1.     Chava Energy’s “UMES” fraud consists of soliciting and obtaining investments and grants in a blatantly fraudulent manner, making use in particular of the set of false pretenses, false statements, false claims and empty promises to be found in their “Ultraconductor Magnetic Energy Storage” fraudcraft.

3.6.2.    Even though neither MPI nor Chava Energy ever presented the slightest fulfillment of their endless claims to be on the verge of creating any “Ultraconductor” wire, and even though the creation of “Ultraconductor” wire would be a prerequisite for developing any Ultraconductor Magnetic Energy Storage (UMES) system , that didn’t stop Chava Energy from pretending that they were already developing the UMES system. After all, if they could develop a “Fractional Hydrogen” engine utilizing a type of hydrogen that doesn’t exist, and cannot exist, why shouldn’t they be able to develop an energy storage system utilizing a type of wire that doesn’t exist?

Chava Energy’s claims regarding “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (“UMES”) were fraudulent first of all because Chava Energy had never been “working towards achieving greater lengths of Ultraconductor Wire,” at all. They have only falsely claimed to be doing so, without ever actually doing any such work. The reference to “greater lengths of Ultraconductor Wire” misrepesents the true status of the “Ultraconductor” by giving the impression that at least a short “Ultraconductor” wire had already been developed – which is not true.  Goldes’ company MPI had worked with a film which they claimed to be “ultraconductive” to current across the thin dimension, but had never succeeded in making any “ultraconductive” wire, at all.

3.6.3.    Here are some of the claims and statements regarding Chava Energy’s pretended “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage (“UMES”) development, that Chava Energy was still presenting on their website during November 2013, while competing in JP Morgan Chase Corporation’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest:

“Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) systems store energy in the magnetic field of a superconducting coil. Direct Current flow in a superconducting coil creates the magnetic field and will last forever while the coil is cryogenically cooled to a temperature below its superconductive critical temperature.

“A typical SMES system includes three parts: superconducting coil; power conditioning system; and cryogenically cooled refrigerator. Once the superconducting coil is charged, the current will not decay and the magnetic energy can be stored indefinitely.

“The stored energy can be released by discharging the coil. Because of its superconductive ability, SMES systems are highly efficient with the least amount of electricity loss in the transfer process compared to other currently known or utilized methods of energy storage.

“However, the requirement for cryogenic cooling makes SMES systems very expensive and often impracticable.

“Chava’s Ultraconductor technology eliminates the need for cryogenic cooling since our proprietary conductive polymer material is superconductive at room temperature.

“Chava’s is working towards achieving greater lengths of Ultraconductor Wire™ from which a room temperature Ultraconductor Magnetic Energy Storage (UMES™) system can be made.

“UMES™ systems could be stacked and linked together to provide major utilities and industrial plant sites with efficient and cost effective energy storage. This allows for better planning for energy uses during the day and night without impacting present day power generation processes and would have substantial positive impact on lowering carbon footprints.

“In time, it is anticipated that UMES systems could be made small enough to be usable in numerous applications where peak energy demands are unpredictable or sporadic, such as in transportation systems like trains, marine vessels, automobiles, air transport.”

3.6.4.    All of the statements regarding pretended “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES) development quoted above were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding the “Ultraconductor” Magnetic Energy Storage system (UMES) to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended “UMES” development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

 

3.7.      Non-Specific False And Dishonest Claims By Chava Energy.

3.7.1.   During November 2013, while Chava Energy was competing in JP Morgan Chase’s “Mission Main Street Grants” contest, the Chava Energy website presented not only the many false and dishonest claims and statements explicitly focused on specific pretended “revolutionary breakthroughs” mentioned above, but also many additional false and dishonest claims of a more general nature, that were not explicitly associated with any one of their claimed “innovations” in particular.  These more general claims were just as false as the more specific ones, since in fact Chava Energy has never developed, was developing, and is not developing any such “breakthrough energy solution” at all, as they claimed in their many statements.

3.7.2.   Now we examine some of some of the false and dishonest non-specific claims that Chava Energy presented on their website in 2013, while competing for a grant from JP Morgan Chase:

“Chava Energy™ (Chava LLC) develops breakthrough energy solutions with the goal to dramatically reduce the need for fossil fuels and the associated economic, environmental, health, and geopolitical issues.”

– But Chava Energy has never developed any “breakthrough energy solution.” They have only pretended to be doing so.

“Our new energy solutions will be substantially less expensive than any other existing form of power generation by tapping energy from the 96% percent of our universe that is currently invisible (dark energy and matter). These sources include Zero-Point Energy (also called Quantum Energy, or Vacuum Energy).”

– But Chava Energy is not developing any “energy solutions” that tap Zero Point Energy.

Under Key Target Markets,” Chava Energy states:

“We plan to enter the residential power market in a two-prong strategy. First, we are supplying consumers with small fuel-free devices covering most of the electricity demand in a typical household, while initially remaining connected to the existing power grid in a manner similar to many solar installations. After the initial trials are successfully completed, later generations of devices will be able to provide a grid-independent power supply to homes and apartments. These devices could be either purchased by the consumer or leased for a low monthly subscription fee.

“Automotive: Cars, trucks, buses, rail locomotives, RVs, electric-assisted bicycles, elderly person motive power, golf carts, scooters, electric motorcycles.

“Utilities: Utilities are constantly on the lookout for technologies that would enable them to build and operate power plants without the need of fossil or uranium fuels, producing renewable electricity at a much lower price point than any other alternative. It also eliminates the vast land-use and transmission/permitting problems that most other renewable power generation projects are faced with.”

– But Chava Energy has never developed, and is not developing, any such “small fuel-free devices.” These claims represent a false and fraudulent pretense, and nothing more at all.

Under “Our Energy Solutions,” Chava says:

Chava expects, within three years, of creating prototype Chava Energy™ conversion systems to provide power for automobiles. This eliminates the need for large batteries and for electrical recharging stations. That goal may be reached faster if our engineering development teams work on a 24/7 basis. The conversion systems will open a path to mass production of entirely new varieties of automotive power plants. Other industries will follow soon after the key markets of residential and automotive power.”

Under “Revolutionary Energy Breakthroughs,” Chava Energy states:

“Chava Energy™ is working in the same area as demonstrated by [Hans] Coler. Some of our generators may prove to be tapping Coler’s Space Energy source, now often referred to as Zero Point Energy (ZPE).”

– But Chava Energy does not have any generators that could be tapping Zero Point Energy, and Hagen Ruff certainly knows that Chava Energy does not have any such generators.

“Chava Energy™ is developing new energy conversion devices that can be manufactured in many of the world’s underutilized factories, possibly creating many new jobs around the globe. These energy devices can be used to power homes and businesses and turn cars, trucks, buses, and ships and eventually aircraft, into portable power plants. Our goal is to replace conventional engines or expensive batteries, eliminating the need for recharging or using any fuels for operation.”

– But in fact Chava Energy is not developing any such “new energy conversion devices.” They are only pretending – just as they pretended for five years to be developing “Ultraconductor” wire and “Ultraconductor” energy storage systems before finally dropping the pretense quite recently, having never done any such work at all.

“Our advanced designs will soon be capable of producing torque and/or electricity on a self-sustaining basis.”

– In fact, Chava has no designs that will ever be capable of any such thing – as Hagen Ruff knows very well. If Hagen Ruff believed he had any such advance designs, why would he want to go into the wind turbine business?

“Our energy conversion modules are designed to be easy to use, inexpensive and capable of rapid manufacturing, thus making a positive global impact. They have the potential to catalyze, with a kick start, a world economic recovery.”

– But Chava Energy has never developed, and not developing, any such modules with any such potential.

3.7.3.    All of the nonspecific claims regarding pretended “breakthrough energy solutions” development quoted above were still being presented on Chava Energy’s website in November 2013, when Chava Energy entered the “Mission Main Street”  contest for Small Business Grants to be awarded by JP Morgan Chase. In order to win a grant in this contest, a company would need to receive 250 votes in its favor from the general public. The evident desire of JP Morgan Chase was to award grants to the most deserving companies, and certainly not to the most dishonest companies. It is clear that voters in the general public would have developed their opinion of Chava Energy first of all from he information they would find on Chava Energy’s own website – including the claims regarding unspecified “breakthrough energy solutions” to be found there, which served to make Chava Energy seem more deserving of a grant than it really was. It is quite evident that Chava Energy presented false and dishonest claims and statements regarding their pretended unspecified “breakthrough” development in such a fraudulent manner that Chava Energy’s entry and competition in the “Mission Main Street” grants  contest was nothing less than an attempted swindle of JP Morgan Chase Corporation.

 

This CONCLUDES Section 3.

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