Nanotube Magnetic Switches Offer More Evidence of Quantum Potential
Date: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 @ 20:41:28 GMT
In the latest edition of New Scientist magazine there are two news articles of interest to those interested in zero point/quantum energy research.
Carbon nanotube switches have been made which can be turned from metals to semiconductors in the presence of a magnetic field, and the article gives details on how this experiment line gives more evidence for David Bohm's Quantum Potential, which Thomas Bearden discusses in his work, and which is at the heart of ZPE/Teslatech/Scalar Energy devices.
The second news piece has to do with experimental proof (publically available) of Time-Reversed Microwaves.
I suggest everyone pick up a copy and check it out.