posted on Dec, 26 2011 @ 07:54 PM
I don't want to be overly provocative but from my own quite limited study of electricity, I believe it could be argued that all electronic phenomena
are zero point energy phenomena, in fact it could be said that all
phenomena are zero point energy phenomena.
Calling a phenomenon this or that and saying that it is the result of this or that really depends on where one chooses to put the backets around an
event and demarcate a phenomenon. If you take the brackets off completely, you eventually come to a void (zero point) out of which everything
"ZPE" is not really that profound, I don't believe. I think it is simply about finding a way to tap into the energy potential of the universe at
points which are less gross than the ones we usually associate with electricity.
That is not to diminish the importance of probing for those points or to belittle the genius of those who may have located such points or to suggest
that locating those points is easy. These are ground breaking endeavours, but at this time in history there is a lot of pro and con emotionalism about
such things that will seem silly in the hindsight of history, I think. My two cents worth.
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