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Originally posted by DrJay1975
I've initiated contact for licensing. We'll see what kind of response we get.
So...in the big bang...where did that energy come from? Nothing?
OK, if you go along the lines of QED you can say energy does get created out of "nothing". But a machine that magically creates energy from nothing, which getting 500% per cent efficiency as the creator claims is doing, cannot be done.
No, if you think energy can't come from "nothing", I want to know where you think the energy of the big bang came from...
you are using the big bang as an example of how this guys machine "creates" energy? Are you serious?
Again, it doesn't "create" anything, it simply harvests zero point vacuum energy which is naturally occurring (at least I'm assuming that's what it does, I haven't looked into it)...
I am all for free energy, I understand how the theory of the big bang goes, but this machine does not create energy from nothing. No machine can.
It's a bit vague...but it's pretty obvious what they mean...
People in the free energy community would describe what he has as 'overunity', being attributed to harvesting inexhaustible energy freely from the environment, because it puts out more energy than what is required to run it, and can be self-looped with energy left over for practical use.
It isn't CREATING anything, it's HARVESTING zero point vacuum energy, I cannot make that any clearer. However, I can agree, there is no good reason to believe this, and I've seen many fraudulent claims over the years...I have a good feeling about this one though...just the timing is right, and people are saying the creators are credible...so I'll try to stay positive on this one, as many people seem not to be...
Anyway, he doesn't claim to create his energy from zero point, infact he doesn't explain it at all, thats why i dont believe it.
Think of a windmill...it doesn't have a source of energy...yet it generates energy...it harvests a naturally occurring source of energy, wind...that's exactly what this device would probably do...except it harvests the naturally occurring energy of the quantum vacuum...
That and also the fact you can't get 500% effiecency
Vacuum state - Wikipedia
According to present-day understanding of what is called the vacuum state or the quantum vacuum, it is "by no means a simple empty space", and again: "it is a mistake to think of any physical vacuum as some absolutely empty void." According to quantum mechanics, the vacuum state is not truly empty but instead contains fleeting electromagnetic waves and particles that pop into and out of existence
We have some scientific base but everything we don't know we fill up with various magic words like "zero point energy"
Zero-point energy - Wikipedia
Zero-point energy is the lowest possible energy that a quantum mechanical physical system may have and is the energy of the ground state. The quantum mechanical system that encompasses this energy is the zero-point field. The concept was first proposed by Albert Einstein and Otto Stern in 1913.
Zero-point energy is sometimes used as a synonym for the vacuum energy, an amount of energy associated with the vacuum of empty space. When the term is used in this way, sometimes it is referred to as the quantum vacuum zero point energy.
Vacuum energy - Wikipedia
Vacuum energy is an underlying background energy that exists in space even when devoid of matter (known as free space). The vacuum energy is deduced from the concept of virtual particles, which are themselves derived from the energy-time uncertainty principle. Its effects can be observed in various phenomena (such as spontaneous emission, the Casimir effect, the van der Waals bonds, or the Lamb shift), and it is thought to have consequences for the behavior of the Universe on cosmological scales. The energy of a cubic centimeter of empty space has been calculated to be one trillionth of an erg , based on the upper limit of the cosmological constant.