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Wednesday, July 20th, 2011, 09:48 PM

The principle of Energy from a Vacuum is not new and nor is its applications

I was wondering if there was any mathematicians here who could go over some particular paper here http://aias.us/documents/uft/paper94.pdf

As for Engineering though this Energy is in my opinion the holy grail for COP>1 it works off shock resonating a particle through a particular frequency to a state of literal self-oscillation with the intention of using the spike in movements Kinetic Energy

I have done endless work and research on a particular setup and was wondering if any others here had investigated not only energy from the vacuum but also its applications from the Gray Motor, Floyd Sweet Motor and Negative Resistor

Essentially Maxwell's Demons have come to play and I would like to know What theoretical and physical research/interest people have achieved here?



Has anyone here done much research on this?

Gall Óglach
Wednesday, July 20th, 2011, 10:04 PM
I haven't read into this but it sounds like either perpetual motion quak science or like a variation on the theme of brownian motion power.


I'm not sure what you mean by the vacuum, if you are trapping a particle (an atom?). I'm also not sure exactly what is meant by an oscillating particle, as an atom has nothing to osicllate in, does it mean electrons or molecular bonds?

You cannot get energy from nowhere (see 2nd law of thermodynamics)

I'm a physics graduate and this sounds like nonsense to me.

EDIT: I skim read the paper and googled the bedini motor. Sounds like they are using magnets that somehow don't suffer from demagnetisation due to magnetic hysteresis. They invoke something I've never heard of to explain that, yet they talk about Maxwell's laws which contradict that. I think whatever it is they are doing, it's bogus.

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011, 11:14 PM
It is common knowledge that energy cannot be created, only be transformed. nowdays it also can be transformed from matter into energy.

whether this forms are all there is or whether there is more is a question of debate.

The ether was once part of the energy forms but got out of fashion around 1900 but has never been proven to not exist but had pretty good arguments for its existence.

In experiments by Baron Reichenhall and others curious things happened. Might be that those guys stumbled about it.

Gall Óglach
Thursday, July 21st, 2011, 07:50 AM
Electromagnetism pretty much dispells the Luminiferous aether theory.