posted on Aug, 2 2018 @ 03:19 AM
So my reason for writing this isn't to try to bring some obscure method to light, which doesn't ebd up working for various reasons. But rather, to
discuss the parameters of free energy itself, and to wonder about how to bridge the gap between philosophical enquiry and mathematics.
That said, I believe I know the secret to free energy, the problem is, I don't know what to do with it. The idea is thus, and you'll see I have to
work to it in a roundabout way. Quite simply, it's an fact that two atoms cannot share the same space without damage to one or the other. Much the
same as if you try to punch a wall, only two outcomes can possibly occur(and only one actually will): either your fist and the will will ve hurt, or,
miraculously, the atoms of your hand and the wall aligned perfectly so as to pass unharmed.
So what does this tell us? Something has to reside in no thing, because it can't exist where something else already does. Meaning that all of
existence is but different expressions of the same, uniform, nonexistence. My hypothesis is that, just as light, heat and sound coexist, on the
electromagnetic scale, bounded by frequency, velocity, amplitude, and wavelength... Do too does matter exist on a scale, bounded by mass, shape, form,
Now what this means is that all of existence is but different t aspects of each other, different forms of the same (non)thing. This nonexistence, this
zero, is infinitely adaptable, as you can easily observe by waving your hand around, the waving a blanket through the same space, then putting a table
there, or oiling some rocks, etc etc. The idea here is that existence itself displaces infinite energy, trading sheer possibility for its very
So the secret to free energy is that there is literally infinite energy all around us just waiting to be manifested. But is there a way to tap into
this force which shapes the universe itself, beside using tools(fires, generators, electricity, etc)?
My answer is yes but that's for a different topic altogether, as that answer doesn't really help very much for practical study. So, ATS, what say
you? If true, how could this info be used practically to afford results?