Wow, you got some ideas going, haha. They make me want to take physics in school. But sadly, my school doesn't offer it.
The concept that this hypothetical ZPE device is based on is kind of hard to grasp at first, but I think I got it, only took me about a half hour.
It's hard to explain, but I'll try, mostly 'cause it'll help me understand it better.
The OP said:
Said hypothetical device would consist of a crystal of 1/3 carbon nano tubes and 2/3 silicon grown around 2 carbon steel compression probes and a
carbon steel rod none of which are touching anything but the crystal.
Said hypothetical device would have been designed for another worm hole project to be dialed by calculating a set of 6 bodies of mass intersecting
with a 7th in the center as a zero point echoing together to create intersecting magnetic fields alternating like Ac electricity.
He also said that this was "based on the fact that carbon nano tubes have a piezoelectric effect."
“Piezoelectricity : Electric polarization in a substance (esp. certain crystals) resulting from the application of mechanical
"Photogalvanic : Of or pertaining to the production of electricity from light."
BN nanotubes are pyroelectric, piezoelectric and photogalvanic media. The photogalvanic effects occurs because excitation of the electrons with
light polarized along the tube direction produces a charge current on the tube wall with a direction determined by the tube
In a post later on the OP said that, the “chevrons” (the probes in the rough draft drawing) would consist of six spherical AC magnetic
, sensor/probes that echo back and forth with a seventh in the center."
--The mechanical stress
in this device would be caused by the magnets (now that I think about this doesn't make sense, but
alas, it might make sense later on)
---The stress caused by the magnets would cause the piezoelectric effect, thus causing the excitation of the electrons in the
, (the OP explained this) which in theory we’d be able to convert to AC or DC power…
Like I said, it's a tough concept to grasp, if you don't get it, that's fine...not much you can do about it, unless someone can simplify this more.
Which, I might add, is doable, I think...it would just some time.