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Re: Noether's theorems (Score: 1)
by yru4 on Sunday, June 06, 2021 @ 14:32:04 GMT
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However, it does pay to keep an open mind on this subject for the ramifications are great.  

For example, Dr. Puthoff theorized that the nature of the vacuum energy is highly randomized electromagnetic energy, and the source is the motion of all the charge carriers in the universe.  

If this is true, then the next step in the train of hypotheses becomes very interesting.  What if we consider the vacuum energy to be a conduit, rather than a source, to this motion of matter in the universe? - we just convert whatever non-random or directed motion of these charge carriers into useful work which will ultimately end up (or dissipate) as a more random motion of matter.  

The First Law is not violated since energy of the Universe is conserved (you have to draw your thermodynamic boundaries correctly), and the Second Law is not violated since the energy extraction and dissipation resulted in an increase in the entropy of the Universe.  One could half-jokingly say that the kinetic energy of earth's orbit was very slightly reduced!  As long as there is non- random motion of mass in the Universe, there is the potential for us to use this "energy source" - I suggest the vacuum energy may be the the conduit to do this.

A lot of hypotheses and theories strung together, but sort of fun to speculate about it all - the ramifications of being able to "tap" the vacuum energy are so enormous that we should explore every avenue to see if it is possible.

Jon "Free Energy 'R Us" Noring

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