On Nikola Tesla, Zero Point Energy, Cold Fusion, & Tin Foil Hats
Date: Thursday, December 21, 2017 @ 18:20:05 EST
Topic: General

by Stephen Hanley (PlanetSave.com): Nikola Tesla, the enigmatic Serb who led the world to a deeper understanding of electricity, once said, “Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point in the universe.” His inquiry into what is called “zero point energy” has baffled physicists ever since. Is there a force — as yet unknown — that could power the world cheaply and efficiently, freeing us all from the tyranny of fossil fuel companies, nuclear power proponents, and greedy utility companies? A small device that would heat our homes or power our vehicles for little or no money?

That something is said to contain enormous potential energy. If we could figure out how to harness it, the world would have an abundance of electrical power that is virtually free. After all, no one can explain exactly what electricity is. Is it a wave? A particle? Both? Neither? Even though we can’t answer those questions, that hasn’t kept us from harnessing it for the betterment of humanity.

Advocates for dark matter or zero point energy argue that the utility industry has been keeping knowledge of this new source of power secret for over a century, much as the auto industry hid the 200 mpg carburetor or the cutlery industry covered up the electric fork for their own nefarious reasons.

According to a report published by Aftenposten, Norway’s largest daily newspaper, a group of scientists gathered recently in Stockholm, Sweden, to witness a demonstration by professor Andrea Rossi of a device he claims can produce lots of heat from just a few weak pulses of electricity. If true, Rossi’s invention would allow people living in cold climates like Norway to heat their homes using a reactor the size of a basketball, some metal that needs replenishing every 6 months, and ordinary household current...

Full article: https://planetsave.com/2017/12/20/nikola-tesla-zero-point-energy-cold-fusion-tin-foil-hats/

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