Vacuum Energy Vortices
|Title||Vacuum Energy Vortices|
|Author(s)||Moray B King|
|Keywords||Vacuum Energy, Vortex|
Abrupt motion or helical motion of atomic nuclei can cause a coherent, multibody vacuum polarization in the zero-point energy (ZPE). Supporting evidence arises from inventions and experiments that produce anomalous energy from events such as abrupt electrical discharges, ion-acoustic oscillations, sonoluminescence and fractoemisiion. Excess energy is prodiced when ions precess through a force-free vortex. Counter-rotation plasmas might create pair production od macroscopic ZPE displacement current vorteices. Examples include the Swiss ML Converter and Sweet's "Vaccum Triode Amplifier" where twisting lattice grains within a barium ferrite ceramic apparently induce fractoemission.
This article was reprinted in Dr. King's book, Quest for Zero Point Energy, pp. 51-69 (2001).