The first U.S. Patent that has been issued for a device that taps ZPE
Date: Thursday, November 01, 2001 @ 22:53:00 GMT
Topic: Devices

This is a recently received letter from Hal Fox, Ed. Journal of New Energy and New Energy News ( thank you Hal):

Dear Vlad,

Here is something you may want to
post on ZPEnergy - a reply to an email from Italian Physicists Network:

Dated: 1 November 2001

From: Hal Fox


Subject: Message for Physicists

Dear Fellow Physicists,

The first U.S. Patent that has been issued for a device that taps
zero-point energy (also known as space energy, ZPE, vacuum
energy, aether-energy, etc.) is U.S. Patent 5,018,180.

The basic concept is that high-density, electron charge clusters
(HDCC) can be created with relatively low energy. A typical HDCC
has about one hundred billion electrons with the electrons
believed to be circulating on the outside of a toroid and
creating a strong magnetic field which in turn stabilizes the
circulating electrons. In the close vicinity of such an HDCC the
magnetic and electric fields are extremely large. The end result
is that HDCC can tap space energy.

A review of the progress and applications of HDCC technology was
presented at the recent (Oct 26-27, 2001) annual INE Symposium
held in Salt Lake City, Utah. This review and all other papers
presented by various authors at the symposium will be published
in the forthcoming issue of the Journal of New Energy.

Emerging Energy Marketing Firm, Inc. (EEMF) of Salt Lake City,
Utah has the exclusive rights to all of the six U.S. patents that
have issued on this important new technology. EEMF is being
funded to commercialize this important technology.

In my judgement, this is the most important new-energy discovery
of the 20th Century and will probably be the most important new science of the 21st century. We encourage the world's physics
community to become aware of, experiment with, and teach the
basics of this new technology.

The Journal of New Energy is interested in articles about this
and other new-energy developments. We do not publish alternative
energy articles based on energy sources such as solar, wind,
tides, geothermal, biomass, or fuel cells.

Best personal regards, Hal Fox, Ed. J. of New Energy

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