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    A Zero Point Device you can build at home
    Posted on Saturday, December 10, 2005 @ 13:26:38 GMT by rob

    Science ElectroDynaCat writes:
    This is an example of a technology that demonstrates that Zero Point Energy can be produced within the realms of conventional theory. It does not violate or extend any of the known laws of physics, in fact its mechanism is a well known example of Zero Point Energy thats never been thought of in the context of "Over Unity/ Free Energy".



    It's an established principle of solid state physics that all crystalline structures have an inherent zero point energy that comes from the strength of the bonding that holds them together.


    This energy depends on the properties of the particular material and is different for each element and alloy. The most important relationship comes between the level of zero point energy and the hardness of the crystalline structure. The harder the material on the Moh scale( a standard metallurgical scale of hardness), the greater the level of zero point energy in the crystal.


    A very revealing experiment can be done to demonstrate the electromotive power of the zero point energy within those structures.

    You will need:

    a beaker of water with neutral ph

    Two nails or other forms of ferrous material which should be chemically identical

    A microammeter with leads.

    Proceedure:

    Take one nail or piece of ferrous material and deform it, bend it stretch it, beat it with a hammer and then pound it back into its original shape. You are "cold working" the material and raising the zero point energy of the crystal structure by making it harder.

    Depending on what you have, take the other nail or ferrous material and anneal it by heating it to 400 F (204.4 C) . This will soften the crystal structure and lower the zero point energy within it. Most ferrous material, even some types of nails, may already be annealed as part of their manufacturing. If the material you have is soft to begin with, it has probably been annealed.

    Take both pieces and immerse them in the beaker and hook the microammeter leads to each piece. Conventional energy theory says that there should be no current between the two pieces.

    Surprise! There is a small but measureable current originating from the cold worked piece to the annealed piece. It will also be accompanied by a plating action from the cold worked piece to the annealed piece.

    This reaction is not of chemical origin, it comes from the difference between the zero point energies of the two pieces in the beaker. It is zero point energy doing useful work.

    Congratulations! You've just created energy from the vacuum.

    [Ed: Interesting experiment. I'd like to add that current should be measured prior to deforming one of the nails, just to make sure the current arises from that action.]


     
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    "A Zero Point Device you can build at home" | Login/Create an Account | 21 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: A Zero Point Device you can build at home (Score: 1)
    by andrewwu on Saturday, December 10, 2005 @ 16:32:33 GMT
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    I'm all for ZP energy, however, if you heat a metal nail up to 400 degrees, you will free up some electrons. This would be what you see in your micrometer, and the amount of electric current flowing will be proportional to the amount of energy introduced to weaken the molecular bonds. There is probably some formula to calculate this. Sorry to be boring, but I believe that what I have shared is correct.

    In saying this I encourage you to continue your research, who knows what is around the corner...ZPE

    Regards
    Andrew



    Re: A Zero Point Device you can build at home (Score: 1)
    by pulsed_ignition on Saturday, December 10, 2005 @ 17:31:32 GMT
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    ZPE can be released with the correct type of Plasma, but I have already said that - many times. If there is an investor with enough capital to attack this energy market, I am still ready - otherwise I will focus on diamond semiconductors.

    Chris Arnold



    Re: A Zero Point Device you can build at home (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Friday, December 16, 2005 @ 19:30:09 GMT
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    Just as a add on. Current should be about 6 micro amps for a clean 16 penny nail.Sometimes it is neccessary to wait for the action to begin as the Fe ions migrate around.



    Re: A Zero Point Device you can build at home (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Friday, December 16, 2005 @ 23:30:28 GMT
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    Have any of you guys gotten off your butts and repeated this experiment to confirm my findings?

    This is not a major undertaking, it's stuff you can find around the house and garage,and its not really rocket science to perform.




    Re: A Zero Point Device you can build at home (Score: 1)
    by electrodude on Friday, December 30, 2005 @ 05:50:59 GMT
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    Hi there.

    Im no scientist, but i have A levels in Chem, physics and am now a training electrical technician -

    In my experiance, it is very easy to find microamps of current from even standing in a room with the lights on. Induction is a very hard thing to rule out unless your standing in a lead room with no electricity.

    For example , touch your probes together in a room with xmas lights on and turn the xmas lights on and off and watch the meter find 100s of mA ! I was amazed to see this as anapprentice and never rule it out of any electrical circuit.


    Its a very interesting experiment, and if you can disprove that induction could be causeing this then i'd be quite conviced that its wat we think it is.



     

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