I'm having my students research new energy technologies. One of them came across this website:
The website promotes a deeply unlikely energy technology: They say they can get a significant amount of energy from neutrinos. They also say it's enough energy that you could replace solar panels with a neutrino panel.
This, on its face, seems to be really sketchy. I remember reading that a typical neutrino can pass through a light-year of lead without interacting.
This energy technology idea being promoted by a man named Holger Thorsten Schubart.
I really don't think this could be legit, but I'd like some sources I could point my student to so that he can verify the technology himself, and not just based on my expertise.
Can anyone provide a good source to debunk or (in the unlikely chance this technology is legit) confirm these claims?