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    How to Power the Planet? “Use the Force, Luke.”
    Posted on Sunday, June 01, 2008 @ 17:39:45 GMT by vlad

    General From CleanTechnica.com: Written by Michelle Bennett/ Published on May 31st, 2008

    There’s a basic law of physics that everyone can agree on: you can’t create energy from nothing. So when an invention comes along and seems to do exactly that, scientists are skeptical. Some get downright prickly. The problem is, these inventions exist, and everyone who looks at it agrees: it works.

    Fortunately, no laws of the universe were harmed in the making of this device, though Star Wars geeks like myself could have reason to rejoice.



    The Dark Side The idea stems from some of the most bizarre, puzzling, and dark corners of Physics, specifically Quantum Physics. Here’s the very basic idea: there is energy/matter everywhere in the universe, even the deepest, emptiest depths of space...

    Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2008/05/31/how-to-power-the-planet-use-the-force-luke


    The "broken link" mentioned in the article: http://www.cosmiclight.com/ofquasarsandquanta/vacuum.htm

     
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    Physicist: Einstein Would Approve of Moving the Island on Lost (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Sunday, June 01, 2008 @ 22:57:09 GMT
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    How did Ben make the island "disappear" in last night's season finale? It's all relativity, argues a top professor who even uses Lost in his classes. Wormholes, 305-degree bearings, the Casimir effect—it all checks out with quantum mechanics, and could explain a lot for next season.

    Published on: May 30, 2008

    Last night on Lost, Ben moved the island—presumably thousands of miles. Could he actually do that [www.popularmechanics.com], without huge accelerations that would obliterate all structures and kill all the people on the island? The surprising answer, in physics, is yes ... sort of. The trick is that you don't really move the island. Rather, you change its space-time connection to the rest of the Earth.
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    Full article: http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/research/4266329.html?series=6 [www.popularmechanics.com]



    Re: How to Power the Planet? “Use the Force, Luke.” (Score: 1)
    by ryandinan on Monday, June 09, 2008 @ 11:33:48 GMT
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    As soon as MPI was mentioned in this article, I stopped reading.




     

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