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originally posted by: ConnectDots
There is an interview of Tom Bearden on DVD called Engineering Physical Reality.
Kanzius' invention has been publicised on multiple local TV stations as a source of cheap energy. In a column in the journal Nature, Philip Ball pointed out that since water is created by burning hydrogen, it can not be used as a fuel by generating hydrogen from water and then burning it. Such process requires providing an equal or greater amount of energy than is outputted. This observation is one of the foundation principles of the laws of thermodynamics. Kanzius acknowledged that this process could not be considered an energy source, as more energy is used to produce the RF signal than can be obtained from the burning gas and stated in July 2007 that he never claimed his discovery would replace oil, asserting only that his discovery was "thought provoking".
An underlying theme of this video is Einstein's thesis that there is no empty space, as it is in fact the fields and their dynamics in which everything that is, is. There is no emptiness, and general relativity is based on this fact. Spacetime indeed is very, very active. Quantum physics for example, as Tom points out, has it as being filled with “tiny bubbles” fiercely bubbling all the time, beneath the observable state.
Once we understand this, says Tom, we can understand how modern physics looks at physical reality, and by the use of precursor engineering and appropriate precursor “engines,” we can in fact engineer physical reality, as Kanzius' process does. (Kanzius did not understand theoretically how his process worked and this is where Tom Bearden shines his spotlight.)
Again, as Tom points out, a beauty of burning salt water is that this possibility demonstrates the use of the existing quantum energy infrastructure for work—hence an orderly transition into a future where nature's free energy from the vacuum™ will be harnessed and used directly.
I remember reading on the net that tom bearden wanted 12 million dollars to bring meg to the market
originally posted by: hellobruce
originally posted by: Mary Rose
a reply to: hellobruce
Well, honestly, I don't think you know what you're talking about.
Wrong again - Both the MEG and QEG are just scams, they do not produce overunity.