Free Energy: The Race to Zero Point

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We live in a vast sea of energy. Everything, every atom, every subatomic particle in constant motion, spinning forever. Even in the dark and cold absolute vacuum of empty space, there is what is calling the new physics of quantum vacuum flow, it is the ether of the ancients, the vital energy of metaphysics, are the random fluctuations of this vast field of possibilities which space and time are embedded. Now, theoretically and mathematically proven, the question is no longer “Is this zero-point energy exist?”, But rather, infinite resource we can use this unlimited free energy and demonstrate new technologies that are low cost and environmentally safe.

One thing is certain, if we continue in the course of the rapid burning of fossil fuels and relying on nuclear fission, the future of our civilization is in grave danger. We are at a critical point where the ravages of industrial pollution and radioactive waste have exceeded the carrying capacity of mother earth. Our finite reserves of oil and gas will be completely exhausted in 2025 at the current rate of consumption. Large corporate and government interests to ignore this crisis outstanding auto and resist changing the status quo. The question to ask: “Is this the kind of world we bequeath to future generations?

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