ZERO POINT ENERGY
The compartmentalization of Special Access Projects; i.e., secret projects dealing with ETs and UFOs, was exponentially increased by the early 1950s when those in charge suddenly realized exactly
what it was that their scientists were reverse-engineering. In essence, these downed UFO craft contained a Rosetta Stone to a new physics―an energy generation and propulsion system responsible for interstellar space travel. This new system could easily replace all existing energy generation and propulsion systems on Earth―and with them, the entire geo-political and economic order on our planet.
Let’s take a moment and digest this last statement.
Essentially, a select group of individuals had acquired access to a technology which could provide every home, business, factory and vehicle with its own source of free abundant power. Translated:
• No more external fuel sources.
• No need for oil, gas, coal, nuclear plants or the internal combustion engine.
• No need for roads. These energy devices could yield an anti-gravitic effect resulting in zero mass, allowing for above-surface transportation (yes, flying cars).
• And no pollution. Period.
The source of this energy―defined as the zero-point field―is what made interstellar travel possible. And yet this extraordinary and infinite source of energy was not unknown to man.
Zero-Point-Energy: A Quick Tutorial
Our third-dimensional physical universe is literally swimming in an all-pervasive sea of quantum energy; only like ignorant fish, we remain unaware of the water’s existence. For scientists, the clues have been around for over a century, but one has to think outside the box in order to understand them.
Dr. Harold Puthoff at Cambridge University was one of the first to conduct a search for this quantum sea of energy. Minus 273 degrees Celsius, or zero degrees Kelvin, is the absolute lowest temperature in the universe. According to the laws of Newtonian physics, all molecular activity should cease at absolute zero and no energy should exist.
Of course, scientists used to say the same thing about the bottom of the ocean―no light, no energy―no life. And then we actually sent a submersible into the depths to check things out for ourselves and, behold, we found energy spewing out of hydrothermal vents and an entire food chain existing on chemosynthesis―the primordial soup that led to the origin of life on this planet.
Dr. Puthoff made a similar discovery. When he measured absolute zero, instead of an empty vacuum, he was shocked to find a seething cauldron of energy―a plenum of space where every square centimeter was filled with matter. Appropriately, he named it zero-point-energy. It is zero-point-energy that causes subatomic
particles to jiggle and then literally jump in and out of existence. What is actually happening is that the photons collide and are absorbed by other subatomic particles. The process excites them into a higher energy state, creating an energy exchange between the fourth dimensional zero-point field and our third dimensional physical world. Although they appear for only thousandths or millionths of a second, their appearance is yet another indication that something truly magnificent lies just beyond the physical realm and the limitations of our five senses―an endless supply of free energy.
Two more experiments have proven the existence of the zero-point field. The first is the Casimir Effect. By placing two plates made of conductive materials in a vacuum facing each other, Hendrick Casimir theorized that if the zero-point field actually existed, the total amount of energy between the surfaces of the plates would be less than the amount elsewhere, leading them to be drawn together―which is exactly what happened.
A more dramatic experiment, and another example of what quantum physicists have dubbed “Weird Science and Freakin’ Magic, involves a ZPE-related phenomenon called sonoluminescense―the transformation of sound waves into light energy. If you fill a small spherical glass with water, resonate it with harmonious sound waves of 20 kilohertz, and then blow a very tiny air bubble into the center of the flask, the air bubble will rhythmically heat up to an incredible 30,000 degrees Celsius before imploding in an ultra-short flash of light.