by Arjun Walia, The Pulse:
- The Facts:
- The idea that the space around us contains ‘stuff’ or ‘energy’ is moving from theory to reality.
- Inventors and scientists are trying to determine whether energy can be ‘extracted’ from this space and used.
- Inventor Paramahamsa Tewari demonstrates his energy device that apparently does just that.
- Reflect On:
- Why is such little focus put on devices like this if they have the potential to change almost every aspect of human society and life for the better?
- Are they being suppressed by governments?
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‘Free energy’ is a term that is tossed around a lot in new energy communities. But to be fair to the many professionals we’ve interviewed in the new energy sector, it’s not a term that many within they like to use. That’s because it’s not really ‘free,’ or what we perceive ‘free’ to be. It’s not like the power source for generating the energy to run these machines (discussed below in this article) is coming from ‘nowhere.’
In some cases, the energy can come from clever magnetic configurations, in other cases it’s forms of perpetual motion. But in cases that garner perhaps the most attention, the energy is said to be coming from the quantum vacuum. This ‘void’ seems provide potentially unlimited quantities, given the fact that it’s the invisible ‘stuff’ that makes up our known entire universe. Bottom line, it seems there is enough to go around.
Sure some will say outdated methods like solar, wind, and other ‘clean energy’ initiatives are the way to go, and even “the future,” but truthfully these technologies are primitive in terms of what our team has seen first hand over the years. The challenge we have today is government is pushing humanity in a direction of these primitive technologies, and culture is grasping on as if it’s “the best way”, but fact is there are many more advanced ways to generate clean energy that could revolutionize our world and end government’s control over the population via energy cost and production.
“Much to my surprise, these concepts have been proven in hundreds of laboratories around the world, but have not really seen the light of day.” – Dr. Brian O’leary
The Quantum Vacuum: What Is It?
Long ago, physicists discovered that what we call ‘space’ is not empty, that there is energy in space, and that it’s full of ‘stuff’ not visible to the human eye. This is exactly what an atom is made up of, spinning and vibrating bits of energy, once perceived to be completely void and empty. Turns out, it’s probably the ‘invisible’ that governs the ‘visible’ matter we see everyday.
“No point is more central than this, that space is not empty, it is the seat of the most violent physics.”
This was further illustrated in what’s known as “The Casimir Effect,” which demonstrates zero-point energy. The implications of this are far reaching and have been written about extensively within theoretical physics by researchers all over the world. Today, we are beginning to see that these concepts are not just theoretical, but instead, very practical. (source)(source)
In simple terms, this energy in space is in fact there, but the next question is: how much of this energy can be ‘tapped’ and how much power generation can it provide us with?
Below is a video of Nassim Haramein, who currently leads a teams of physicists, electrical engineers, mathematicians and other scientists to explore the frontier of unification principles and their implications. In it, he goes into more detail.