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My own research into zero point energy is something I would be scared to share with anyone publicly so I started a club where I explain a few of these techs, including the device used at Coral Castle which I reverse engineered recently.
The strontium titanates SrTiO3, Sr2TiO4, Sr3Ti2O7 and Sr4Ti3O10 can be synthesized by a sol–gel method at low temperatures. The reaction between strontium acetate solution and titanium(IV) isopropoxide leads to the formation of strontium titanate gels. The gels can be converted to the strontium titanates by drying and calcination. The resulting ultrafine, phase-pure strontium titanate powders have a low impurity content. They are very sinter active above 1000 °C. The rate of densification (which considers the green densities at a given time and the theoretical densities of the titanates for the calculations) during the sintering of compacts increases as Sr2TiO4 < Sr3Ti2O7 < Sr4Ti3O10 < SrTiO3. The strontium titanate gels and the titanate powders were characterized by differential thermal analysis (DTA), thermal gravimetry (TG), X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and chemical analysis.
During the Vietnam War, between 1962 and 1971, the United States military sprayed nearly 20,000,000 US gallons (76,000,000 l) of material containing chemical herbicides and defoliants mixed with jet fuel in Vietnam, eastern Laos and parts of Cambodia, as part of Operation Ranch Hand. The program's goal was to defoliate forested and rural land, depriving guerrillas of cover; another goal was to induce forced draft urbanization, destroying the ability of peasants to support themselves in the countryside, and forcing them to flee to the U.S. dominated cities, thus depriving the guerrillas of their rural support and food supply