Charge Clusters: The Basis of Zero-Point Energy Inventions

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Scientific Paper
Title Charge Clusters: The Basis of Zero-Point Energy Inventions
Author(s) Moray B King
Keywords Charge Clusters, Zero-Point Energy, ZPE
Published 1997
Journal Journal of New Energy
Volume 2
Number 2
Pages 18-31


Many "free energy" inventions utilize (sometimes unwittingly) the phenomena of charge clusters, which may provide the coupling to the zero-point energy (ZPE) for their source of power. Shoulders demonstrates how wto produce these micron sized plasmoids, called EV's, and his measurements show they contain a net charge on the order of 100 billion electrons. Recent investigations of the EV suggest its anomalous stability is due to a thin, helical, vortex ring filament possessing an extraordinary poloidal rotational velocity. Such a vortex ring has characteristics similar to the well studied filamentation instability, an intensely tightening, force-free vortex that occurs in non-neutral plasmas; for an EV the filament closes upon itself. The vortex ring can be launched when ions in a highly polarized plasma (or dielectric during breakdown) rush toward a point cathode (or dendrite in a fracturing crystal) whose tip explodes in response to a sharp,electrostatic pulse. EV production is likely occurring in fractoemission, sonoluminescence and in most electrical discharges. If so, it can be the foundation for a unifying hypothesis to explain the energy source behind a wide variety of seemingly diverse inventions including Moray's and Correa's plasma tubes, Grigg's hydrosonic pump, Sweet's conditioned barrium ferrite, Brown's electrogravitic capacitors, Gray's motor, Hyde's generator, and even cold fusion. The inventions which utilize fractoemission at their basis tend to retain the EV plasmoids, and their simple construction offers the opportunity for widespread replication.

This article was reprinted in Infinite Energy, V3, N3-4, pp. 96-102 (1997) and Dr. King's book, Quest for Zero Point Energy, pp. 95-121 (2001).