How Can the Zero-Point Energy Become an Energy Source?
|Title||How Can the Zero-Point Energy Become an Energy Source?|
|Author(s)||Moray B King|
Combining the theories of the zero-point energy with the theories of system self-organization offer opportunities to coherently harvest zero-point energy (ZPE). The energy typically couples into matter-ZPE or plasma-ZPE conglomerates. Examples include plasmoids, Shoulders' electrum validum (EV) or exotic vacuum objects (EVO), inert gas clusters of the Papp engine, and most recently LeClair's water crystal formed from reentrant jets launched from collapsing, torus shaped cavitation bubbles. Here the energy could be trapped in micron-sized rings of linear water to become the primary energy source for Brown's gas. Large scale, force-free (Beltrami) vortices of plasma might manifest a macroscopic ZPE coherence.