posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 05:38 PM
Originally posted by uhoh
I don't believe in zero-point energy, because it violates the three laws of thermodynamics. You can't get something for nothing.
Zero point is some thing that creates the formation of elements.
This does nothing if you can't use Helium for power.
Helium is used for power in converted car engines by a Mr Papp.
Called the Papp Plasma Engines on youtube.
A radio active element or substance emits the Helium parts which
combine on there own to make Helium.
Tesla devised a way to make Radium that can make Helium.
X rays or other ways can make ordinary substances radio active
and we can have more Helium that way.
Tesla researchers indicate the if Cosmic Rays (which are actually
high speed particles from the universe of Suns) could be blocked
there would be no radioactivity.
Tesla said his death ray was not a ray but a narrow particle gun
to power remote places.
So the creation of Helium must violate all thermodynamic laws.
Running Helium in engines that give pressure from sparks that
allow re formation sounds like a perpetual fuel and must be
attributed to atomic processes and zero point energy.