ZPE not the cause of Free Energy experiments
Date: Sunday, December 31, 2006 @ 23:52:10 GMT
From Garrett Research Center: If you have noticed, my site went offline for a while. The results of
my commercial reactor were not reproducible. Suspecting that something
else was going on other than ZPE, I enlisted the help of Dr. Austin Meiers to help me out with diagnosing the original success and the subsequent failures. And what we came up with will shock you.
No free energy reaction is the direct result of Zero Point Energy.
This is a bold claim, but it is one that both Dr. Meiers and I stand
firmly behind. That does not mean that "free energy" is bust, it just
means that ZPE is not the direct cause of free energy. ZPE is responsible for matter cohesion at the atomic and lower levels. It is responsible for strong and weak nuclear forces. It is responsible for gravity. It is most likely responsible for time as well. However, it has nothing to do with the free energy results that we have witnessed on this planet.
As long as you work on the model that your energy is coming from ZPE,
you will make assumptions about what is happening that will not lead to
mastery of the forces involved. The tiny bits of free energy we are
getting are akin to the first attempts at flight by The Wright
Brothers. It happens. It's proof of concept. But without a complete
understanding of aerodynamics, it is impossible to use it potently.
Free Energy operates off of EM field dynamics. All energy operates off
of EM field dynamics. The universe is naturally abundant with energy.
ZPE is all around us. However, the Earth is abundant with its own
energy. It's called the Earth's electromagnetic field. It is a gigantic
dynamo constantly receiving radiant EM energy from the sun and storing
it. And as we are starting to think differently about a lot of
different areas of technology, some of the abundances of that energy
source are starting to emerge.
How does spinning a magnet inside of a copper coil produce electricity?
It's quite simple. The magnetic field of the magnet, which is charged
with electrons, is spun inside the field. The electrons intersect with
the coil. Since the coil is wound from one direction to another, the
electrons follow the direction of the coil. And that causes electricity
to flow from one direction to another.
But all EM fields are naturally bidirectional. You send current through
a copper wire, and it produces it's own EM field. The EM field will
partially reinforce the electric circuit... and equal to the
reinforcement, it will destroy it... simply because the circuit is not
bidirectional like the EM field itself.
In studying my only working model that ran off of "ZPE", I noticed that
I had two coils on the same circuit... but they were wound in opposite
directions. It just so happened that these two coils surrounded the
actual electrolysis aparatus itself. The result was a bidirectional
current going through the aparatus. Since it was an accident, the
future versions did not have this feature, and thus, did not work.
Normally, switching directions of a coil like that will only cause
localized spikes in voltage and amperage. However, since it was going
through a spark... which by definition is bi-directional, it seemed to
act as a form of resistance on an open circuit. This gave a tremendous