Monday, October 20, 2008

Zero Point Energy

Zero Point Energy

Ralph Squire, SERI President

Introduction to Zero Point Energy, by Ralph Squire

Temperature affects energy. When water gets above a certain temperature, it gets ‘excited’ and boils (becomes a gas). When it gets below a certain temperature, it slows down its energy level and freezes (becomes a solid). Scientists tell us that when it gets down to a certain minus-degree level, it is at ‘absolute zero,’ where there is no longer any movement of its subatomic particles; however, there does still seem to be some unexplained energy left, which some call the ‘Instantaneous Intelligent Force’ or IIF. Others are calling this Zero Point Energy.

Dr. Goswami, one of the physicists in the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know,” says that the base of all things is not necessarily matter, but consciousness. Could consciousness be the Instantaneous Intelligent Force, or Zero Point Energy, which we are calling subtle energy?

Please read and study the material on the given links, and then send us your own comments and articles. Thank you.

If you would like to submit articles regarding Zero Point Energy

Useful links

Water Dissociation with Zero-Point Energy (ZPE) by Moray King

David Hudson's "Grand Science Adventure"

Marko Rodin's Vortex Based Math

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