posted on Jul, 9 2003 @ 05:43 PM
Zero Point Technology is "REAL"... REALLY NOT!!
Definition of REAL... Existing in FACT... Genuine...Authentic.
Zero point energy is a theory that has not been proven as REAL! Once again I refer to the laws of physics...
The shortcomings of zero-point reseachers is that they give no indication or proof, of where the energy they are allegedly “creating” originates.
They, without exception, break the two basic laws of thermodynamics, which say that all the energy in a closed system is constant. So if energy is
“made” in one area, it must have come from some other area in the system. This means that it is impossible to set up a perpetually moving mechanism
without an outside source of energy, as no motion can occur without using energy.
Energy cannot be transferred from an area of lower energy to an area of higher energy, without some external effect being felt in the system. So all
systems must evolve from coherence to a state of randomness due to random external effects caused by energy fluctuations. Therefore, there are two
problems with the theory of zero-point energy that I am going to present. First, if outer space actually contained this alleged enormous amount of
energy, then its gravitational effect would cause the universe to be reduced to approximately ten inches in diameter. Second, energy that supposedly
exists as in a uniform density state, simply cannot supply energy. An example of this would be the concept of building a dam, for the purpose of
generating electricity, in the middle of a completely calm, flat lake. There would not be a flow of water to activate the turbine.
With this aside, zero-point energy is a theory, as well as dark matter.
Quoted by Quicksilver:
"Also would you argee with my argument of dark matter and how it has been found. Many leading science sources (who has long denied it) now
acknowledge its existance. This is the same with dark matter.
Dark matter, as the name implies, does not reflect light. The only evidence that suggests its existence is the gravitational pull that it
manifests in relation to the stars and the rate of rotation of the galaxies which still is only a hypothesis and does not fit the definition of
"real". In addition, zero-point energy does not fit the definition of "real." Therefore, to answer your question as to whether or not I agree
with your argument concerning dark matter, the answer is an emphatic, "No." Furthermore, the dark matter hypothesis is scientifically irrelevant
in regard to zero-point energy.
Quoted by Quicksilver:
But realfight you have yet to answer my question about if you were in charge of the government would you truly think the world would be ready to
handle it and would you release it.
To answer this question, I would say, "Yes, the world would be ready to handle it (if zero-point energy actually existed)", and "Yes, I would
release it (if zero-point energy actually existed.)." Just as atomic energy was released to the world, as history shows, the benefits of releasing
atomic energy far outweigh the disadvantages. With the amount of funding and the enormous number of people that would be involved throughout the
countries of the world, there would be no way to supress this technology on a world-wide scale. During the Cold War era, the United States was not
the only country working on atomic energy. The same holds true concerning zero-point energy research. When in time, if zero-point energy is
discovered as being real and concrete, its discoverer will make it public, due to the fact that that it would wield such an enormous amount of
political influence as well as benefit the human race.