Forbidden Science: Negative Resistor

Deborah Chung

Note: Any discovery that even hints that it may be developed into an energy source is immediately pseudo debunked. This is because the energy dictators provide funding for less-harmful-to-their-pockets science, tame science, subdued and controlled science is what they demand. This historical fact has been in place ever since Nikola Tesla had his funding removed and what is less well know, it was applied to all scientists of the day and has been in place ever since.

Deborah Chung’s antidote to scientism
For those who are religiously averse to free and exotic energy sources from outside of mainstream science may I suggest an antidote? You can read about Deborah Chung professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of Buffalo. 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. She found she had made what she calls a negative resistor. More came out than whent in…Read about it here: That’s what it’s all about and it breaks the laws of conservation of energy. There has, as expected, been a mad scramble, call it a panic, to deny and debunk this rather than research it, but that is how science hangs on to old outmoded ideas.

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 negative resistance was observed in a direction perpendicular to the fiber layers.

A paper describing the research was submitted by Chung to 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.

Professor Chung is the leading “smart materials” scientist in this country, and a scientist of international reputation. Her team tested the negative resistance effect thoroughly, for a year in the laboratory. There is no question at all about it being a true negative resistor. If there is a team in this country anywhere qualified to test a negative resistance effect in carbon materials, it is Professor Chung and her team at UB.

On the website for the University of Buffalo, it was announced that the invention would be offered for commercial licensing. A Technical Data Package was available for major companies interested in licensing and signing the proper non-disclosure agreements.

Shortly thereafter this was no longer true, the data package was no longer available, and there was an indefinite hold on licensing and commercialization. It is still on hold as of this writing.

Here is the response from the University at Buffalo in answer to one query from a major U.S. company, offering to sign a confidentiality agreement in exchange for the proffered data package:

From: lohrman[]

Sent: September 01, 1998

To: (deleted)

Subject: RE: Data Package
We appreciate the public interest that has been shown in Dr. Deborah Chung’s disclosure of a negative resistance effect in a carbon composite material.

At this time, Dr. Chung and other University faculty are continuing investigations to further explore her initial results. Consequently, at present the invention will not be available for commercial development.

Richard Lohrman

Acting Director
Technology Transfer Services

Actual research done here, duplication, the way science used to work before the 1930’s, rather than debunking and pseudo scepticism:
“Now, On May 19th, 2001, I have been able to replicate successfully the Chung’s Negative Resistance (CNR). You will find in these pages all informations and datas about the CNR experiment that I have done. The CNR experiment has been conducted so as to be closer to the original Chung’s design which is fully described in the paper “Apparent negative electrical resistance in carbon fiber composites,” by Shoukai Wang and D.D.L. Chung – Composites, Part B, Vol. 30, 1999, p. 579-590.”
See also the PDF by Shoukai Wang D.D.L. Chung Shoukai Wang, D.D.L. Chung:
Click here to see the process:

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