Monday, August 29, 2005

The Quantum vacuum - Part I - 2nd Law of Thermodynamics destroyed

As I promised earlier.

More coming.


I know little more than squat about this field but
the same goes for most anyone else. Take what I
and others say lightly. Do your own tinkering,
studying and thinking. I am and I'm gonna be
making mistakes.

"For the tinkerer and the tinkerers' friends because
I doubt an organization or another physicist trained
in The Old School can get it done. Just think of
Steve Jobs starting Apple in his garage. He didn't
know he couldn't do it. I suspect there are a number
of ways to get at this free energy." --jomama

If you know a tinkerer who would be interested in
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Apparently Thomas Bearden is on to something big,
having patented a Motionless Electromagnetic
that taps the quantum vacuum and
the purportedly unlimited energy there.

If you're interested, read thru Bearden's site.
(Link under his name above) It's huge. I'll be
putting it in the links section along with another
site. Let me know if you have other good ones on
even a related topic.

And I've said nothing of the bad news on his site
but here's some of it along with some of the
science, remembering that for 2000 years everyone
thought the earth was the center of the Universe.
If you say here, "What does that have to do with
this post?" you should go somewhere else:

All the present burning of hydrocarbons, use of
nuclear fuel rods, building of dams and windmills
and solar cells, etc. does not directly add a
single watt to the external power line. Never
has, never will. Let him who doubts it just read
the literature on the broken symmetry of opposite
charges, find out why Lee and Yang were awarded
the Nobel Prize, understand what broken symmetry
of opposite charges really means, and then apply
it to the fundamental dipolarity of a common
power supply, such as a generator.

In being so archaic, the scientific community is
and has been directly responsible -- though
unwittingly! --- for this environmental mess made
in our search for energy and particularly cheap
energy, which until now has largely meant cheap

The naive environmentalists unfortunately take
their scientific advice from the very scientific
community that created the problem in the first
place. Understand, all this is unwitting, but
regardless of intentional or not, the effect is
the same.
The scientific community also defends its present
dogma nearly to the death, and it always has, as
any historian of science is well aware. Check out
the actual history of things like conservation of
energy (Mayer), continental drift(Wegener) , the
amorphous semiconductor(Ovshinsky), ultrawideband
radar (Barrett and Harmuth), etc. Cold fusion and
energy from the vacuum are simply the latest
examples of areas singled out for savaging the


"The inertia of the human mind and its resistance
to innovation are most clearly demonstrated not,
as one might expect, by the ignorant mass- which
is easily swayed once its imagination is caught-
but by professionals with a vested interest in
tradition and in the monopoly of learning.
Innovation is a twofold threat to academic
mediocrities: it endangers their oracular authority,
and it evokes the deeper fear that their whole,
laboriously constructed intellectual edifice
might collapse. The academic backwoodsmen have been
the curse of genius from Aristarchus to Darwin and
Freud; they stretch, a solid and hostile phalanx
of pedantic mediocrities, across the centuries."
--Arthur Koestler