posted on Jan, 6 2009 @ 12:06 PM
As a new member I have scanned comments on zero-point energy finding extremely interesting points of view. Please indulge me to summerize thirty-five
years of research on the nature of energy leading to what is now referred to as a zero-point field. It exists, it is real, but the current inquiry
will never gain a handle on its true nature until it is recognized that electromagnetic fluctuations are not the absolute energy state of the field.
Failing that understanding all the mystery riddled throughout current theory, such as inertia, gravity, light speed, ad infinitum, will go unanswered.
To get there one must revisit some conclusions and assumptions made in the nineteenth century to find what they are.
First, cause and effect was ultimately abandoned at the atomic level after Young's two-slit experiment in 1801. It was determined energy possessed a
dual nature and the possiblity this phenomenon was a mere effect of something more basic was never considered. That fate was sealed after the
Michaelson/Morley interferometer test of 1881 which wrongly confirmed space did not facilitate the propagation of light. Einstein was extremely
interested in these tests and they would have their effects on both of his theories of relativity. Since that time theory has danced around the
perimeter of the zero-point field never quite breaching its boundary. There is a chance all of that could change with the confirmation all of space is
a field of dark energy, which is to say it can't be detected directly, only its effects. Therein lies the problem. If it can't be dected than the
nature of it can never be known? That is not quite true. It is not only possible, it is something so simple if it is ever revealed it will change
everything ever thought about energy. It isn't convenient to take this any deeper in this venue but I assure you the inquiry is very close but will
fail to fully understand unless it gains a different understanding of cause and effect and the standard model of the atom.
One thing I can add is that dark energy, dark matter, visible matter, all are one and the same thing. There is discontinuous caveat to that but it is
overcome by knowing the form, or nature, the field possesses. To see that one must understand the sinusoidal translation of light through space, and
that becomes clear with the appropiate perspective on that translation. I wish it was possible give you a full-throated outline of this but just
isn't possible here. Thanks for indulging me