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New Energy Part 3: The Science - Quantum Electrodynamics

Jan 12, 2015



The fourth area of modern science we consider fundamental to understanding and applying New Energy -- also called Zero Point Energy. This is the field of Quantum Electrodynamics.

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2. That is what brings us to our fourth topic in the physics of New Energy: It is Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) 3. According to Wikipeida, Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) can be described as a perturbation theory of the electromagnetic quantum vacuum. Richard Feynman called it "the jewel of physics" for its extremely accurate predictions of quantities like the anomalous magnetic moment of the electron and the Lamb shift of the energy levels of hydrogen. 4. It is these perturbations that create the sloshing and dynamism of the Zero Point Field or transmuting ether (to use LaViolettes term) 5. And in this sense, Quantum Electrodynamics helps us fill out our understanding of Wheelers quantum foam concept 6. In Quantum Electrodynamics, subatomic (virtual) particles are constantly flitting in and out of physical existence, most of them existing physically for far less than a second Animation: ejs-open-source-brownian-motion-gas.html 7. If you begin to think of the Zero Point Field as an ocean that is constantly sloshing around, then you can start to see how we might harness that perpetual movement similar to the way in which we harvest tidal energy 8. The Zero Point Field is normally very chaotic; in order to extract ZPE from it, we must first impose some order on it 9. When the Zero Point Field is nicely ordered and patterned, we say that it has achieved quantum coherence 10. Scientists used to think that achieving quantum coherence would be impossible, saying that it would violate the Law of Entropy 11. However, Nobel Prize winner Ilya Prigogine has shown how quantum coherence is in fact possible 12. Imagine, if you will, a lake. Its water is subject to all sorts of random forces from fish swimming about, the occasional fishermans boat passing by, etc. 13. But when a whirlpool (or the opening of a dam) comes along, now those smaller forces are overwhelmed by a much bigger force, and the water coheres into a specific pattern 14. In New Energy research, its when the Zero Point Field becomes coherent within in a particular space that ZPE can be extracted 15. Dirac showed that when the quantum vacuum is caused to cohere by a strong perturbation, new electron-positron pairs can form out of the transmuting ether 16. This possibility of pulling matter and energy out of the vacuum likely explains part of the overunity results achieved by many New Energy scientists 17. The interaction of charged particles with the Zero Point Field is called vacuum polarization 18. One of the most useful things we can do with Quantum Electrodynamics is create antigravity propulsion using electrogravitic coupling 19. Anastasovski and Evans have shown mathematically how electrogravitic coupling is possible within the framwork of Quantum Electrodynamics Myron Evans 20. Evans found that he could apply the equations of Mendel Sachs to mathematically define the antigravity effect of electrogravity Mendel Sachs spent much of his career trying to complete Einsteins unified field theory 21. We are not claiming that these equations are easy, but we know you can understand them if you try! 22. Evans equations are important because they show that antigravity is both possible, as well as mathematically predictable 23. Without these equations, the antigrav spaceships we build in the future might fly to the wrong star system, or go up when they should go down, or 24. Indeed, antigravity is one of the most exciting applications of Zero Point Energy technology 25. Because with antigrav, well be able to put traffic jams in the dustbin of history 26. And travel zip quickly and cheaply through the sky in comfort 27. Without creating any air pollution, or even noise 28. Wouldnt you prefer that to your motorbike? I would. 29. In order to use Zero Point Energy in the macroscopic world the world of things we can see, touch, and ride on/in We need to get what physicists call work from quantum systems 30. And that is what Hendrik Casimirs was researching in the 1940s when he noticed the weak but very real quantum-induced movement of metal plates he called the Casimir Effect