A White Paper on Extraction of Zero Point Energy

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A White Paper on Extraction of Zero Point Energy John P. MacLean I was dismayed at the obvious disdain in our meeting when I tried to tell the group about the Zero Point Energy advances. This is science that has been around for a long time. The Physics community has recognized the potential for many years. It began many years ago with the discovery of the Casimir Effect. This was noted by the observation that when two plates of the same material are brought very close together, at some positive distance between, they will jump together. This has been a problem in the nanomachines as gears that small become sticky. I think materials science has addressed this problem. From this small beginning, it was discovered that there was a field of energy flowing through the universe. It was observed that molecular vibration did not cease as temperature approached absolute zero, about 459.16…. degrees below 0 0 F. This was a puzzle as it had been assumed that when one actually got to absolute zero, all molecular and atomic motion would cease. It became obvious that if we ever actually got to absolute zero there would be considerable molecular and atomic motion still in evidence. This field of energy has been measured. Hence the description that there is enough energy in the volume the size of a football to vaporize all of the world’s oceans. People have
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course TECH 1010 taught by Professor Johnp.maclean during the Fall '10 term at Utah Valley University.

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