Alternative Energy: Free Energy

Alternative Energy: Free Energy


There is a lot of debate about what is often called "free" energy - energy that is said to, with the right technology, can be drawn directly from the atmosphere, and in abundant supply. The debate is about whether the goods really exist or not, how much will they cost if they are used, and if they are, are they truly abundant and efficient like those made by supporters of research and development in this case potential alternative energy sources.

When someone hears the phrase "free energy device", one might hear about one of several different concepts. This might mean a tool for collecting and transmitting energy from several sources that are not recognized by orthodox science; a device that collects energy totally free of charge; or an example of a legendary perpetual motion machine. Needless to say, the eternal motion engine - the engine that moves itself, forever, once turned on, because it no longer needs energy input and never runs out of energy - is not possible. However, it's not that simple to say that new technology to harness "floating" energy in the atmosphere is impossible. New technology replaces old ones all the time with abilities that are just "impossible". Utilizing the power of atoms to provide large amounts of energy was "impossible" until the 1940s. Flying humans were "impossible" until the turn of the 20th century and the flight of the Wright Brothers.

The biggest claim from proponents of "free" energy is that large amounts of energy can be taken from the Zero Point Field. This is the quantum mechanical state of matter for a given system that is achieved when the system is at the lowest possible energy condition. This is called the "ground state" of the system. Zero Point Energy (ZPE) is sometimes referred to as "residual" energy and was first proposed to be used as an alternative form of energy in 1913 by Otto Stern and Albert Einstein. This is also referred to as "vacuum energy" in the study of quantum mechanics, and should represent the energy of space that is completely empty. The energy field in this vacuum has been likened to the froth at the bottom of the waterfall by one of the main researchers and supporters of Hal Puthof. Puthof also explained that the term 'zero-point' simply meant that if the universe were cooled to absolute zero where all the effects of thermal agitation would freeze, this energy would still be present. However, what is not well known, even among practicing physicists, are all the implications that come from this known aspect of quantum physics. However, there is a group of physicists - myself and colleagues in several research laboratories and universities - who examine the details, we ask questions such as whether it is possible to 'mine' these energy reserves to be used as alternative energy sources. or whether this background energy field might be responsible for inertia and gravity. These questions are interesting because it is known that this energy can be manipulated, and therefore it is possible that the control of this energy, and possibly inertia and gravity, can produce technical solutions. Some progress has been made in the subcategory of this field (cavity quantum electrodynamics) regarding controlling the emission rate of excited atoms and molecules, which are of interest in laser research and elsewhere.

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