A Second Look at Dielectrics and ZPE
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2007 @ 21:07:41 GMT
Topic: Science

For hundreds of years, inquisitive minds have experimented with storing and discharging electricity with capacitors. One of the first of these capacitors is the now familiar glass Leyden jar.

Originally, experimenters charged the jar by an electrostatic generator, sometimes referred to as a frictional generator. Some early inventors experimented by charging glass spheres using friction, sometimes even by rubbing them with their bare hands. Friction is nothing more than vibrations. The effect of charging a dielectric and separating the charges is the same no matter what the method. The design of nature offers us a better way to charge the dielectric surface of glass.

Nature may indeed provide a universal design for tapping zero point energy by utilizing dielectrics.

We recognize the infinitesimal vibration of everything in the universe. Yet, we do not recognize the simple design.

On glass capacitors, the electrostatic charge is stored on the surface. The thinner a dielectric, the greater amount of charge can be stored at a given voltage, and the greater the vibration possible.

To make an electrical storage device or dielectric one does not need a thick glass. A thin glass sphere with two attached magnets, or poles is a vibrational energy conversion device consisting of two electrodes, a dielectric, and a resonant chamber. This design is used by nature over and over. We just may have not recognized this. To understand the design of nature, one only needs to know this simple truth.

Such an assembly generates electromagnetic waves since the thin dielectric sphere is squeezed and displaced by the magnetic forces of attached magnets. This is a practical form of vibrational energy conversion. The dielectric sphere charges and then discharges. When it discharges, it vibrates.

The displacement of the magnets on our sphere changes the strength and direction of the magnetic field because the magnets are first moving closer and then farther apart relative to each other. So, the fields of the two magnets are interacting. This displacement might be very small and we may not visually observe the vibrations, but they do exist.

Instead of producing a static charge and storing that charge, the attached magnets are producing a magnetic field changing in direction and strength thus producing alternating current.

By vibrationally sending high frequency waves into the chamber, the frequency of these waves would be numerous, but only the waves that actually fit the confinement would be amplified by the principle of resonance. It is the midpoint of the wave, or "zero point", where the transfer of energy takes place from the wave to the dielectric material where it is temporarily stored.

So, only the odd numbered nodes or half waves would be amplified by the vibration of the sphere. Even numbered nodes or what is commonly called "antinodes" would be cancelled out. Instead of constructive reinforcement, the antinodes would suffer from destructive interference.

In essence, this is how masers and lasers work. They are pumped electronically, and utilize resonance, and this is how nature’s atoms, planets, and stars work. They are pumped by the electromagnetic waves in the universe, and they utilize resonance.

We can save the world with a single world, and the word is transfer.

Electronics experts have experimented with crystals and semiconductors for many years. The word transistor is actually an abbreviation for transfer resistance. Experimenting with semiconductors and transistors is good practice and a good way to figure out nature’s mysteries. However, early experimenters knew nothing about semiconductors.

Nikola Tesla, the inventor of alternating current that presently powers our whole planet did not have semiconductors, but he did wonders with dielectrics.

Traditional solar energy will never power the world as we do now by converting fossil energy to AC, because of a shortage of materials. Dielectrics might just do for us what we now consider impossible. We might be able to tap ZPE and convert this amazing resource into alternating current.

If using magnets and dielectrics is an easier way to produce AC, why have we not done so? Perhaps, we are trying too hard and not looking to nature to give us a simple answer. Perhaps this is the answer we need.

Ralph Randolph Sawyer

This article comes from ZPEnergy.com

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