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THE ZERO POINT INTERACTION
This author conducts a cryogenic zero point energy
The results were published by
in "New Energy News
vol 5 pg #19.
HISTORY AND DISCOVERY
In the mid 1970s Ray Frank (the owner and president of the
Apparatus Engineering Company one of my former employers) assigned
this author the task of building a ground monitoring relay. In an effort to
complete this assignment, I began to experiment with coils, current
transformers, and magnetic amplifiers. I succeeded in developing the
device. We sold many hundreds of them to many mining companies.
I applied the knowledge that I gained to
the design of an electronic levitational device. To my dismay, I
discovered that no combination of electrical coils would induce a
In the mid 1980's, a friend, Tom C. Frank, gave
me the book, "THE QUEST FOR ABSOLUTE ZERO" by Kurt
Mendelssohn. In his book, Mendelssohn disclosed that the
relationship between the forces changed at cryogenic temperatures.
This was the clue that I needed. Things began to come together.
In 1989, I wrote my first book on the subject, "Elementary Antigravity".
This book caught the eye of Ronald
Madison , a far sighted manager
at the Pennsylvania Electric Company (my past employer). In 1991,
Ron persuaded me to go to Texas and visit with Dr. Harold
Puthoff's work is based on the ideas of Andrei Sakharov. My work
is based of the work of Kurt Mendelssohn. It is truly astounding
that Puthoff and I, each following separate paths, independently
arrived at almost the same conclusions.
Prior to meeting Puthoff, I knew that the relationship between
the forces changed in condensed cryogenic systems. Puthoff explained that
the phenomena that I had discovered was the zero point interaction.
Zero point interactions have now been discovered other non-cryogenic
condensed systems. Zero point phenomena are exhibited in
cold fusion cells and in the gravitomagnetic
effects produced by rotating superconductors.
IN THE BEGINNING
In 1989 this author came out with his first book "Elementary
Antigravity". In chapter 10 of this book the
relationship between the forces within cryogenic systems was examined.
In 1996 an intermediate version of this material was published
in the "Journal of New Energy" Vol 1, No 2. The remainder of this
chapter is essentially a rewrite of these two works.
As then, the study of cryogenic phenomena is very instructive.
A better understanding of all zero point technologies can be
gained through the study of cryogenic phenomena.
" Zero point energy is the energy that remains after a
substance is cooled to absolute zero. "
Dr. Hal Puthoff
It is well known that superconductors offer no resistance to
Less well known, but even more amazing, are
the low temperature superfluids. These fluids flow without friction.
Once set into motion, they never slow down. Quantum interactions are
limited to atomic distances in normal substances. In superconductors
and superfluids quantum interactions are observed on a macroscopic
scale. The normal interaction of the magnetic and electric field is
very different in a superconductor. In normal conductors
changing fields are required to induce other fields. In superconductors
static fields can also induce other fields.1
At the root of
these effects lies a dramatic change in the permittivity and
permeability of a superconductor (electron condensation).
Ordinarily this change only effects the electromagnetic field. This author has developed techniques to coerce the gravitational and nuclear forces to participate in the condensation.
A new look at the electromagnetic effects will lead to a deeper
understanding of the the zero point interaction.
THE ELECTRIC FIELD
The electric field of an isolated electric charge is that of a
monopole. Dr. George Mathous, instructor at the Indiana University at
commonly described the electric field of an isolated charge by
stating, "The field drops off with the square of the distance and
does not saturate." In lay words this means that the
field diverges outward and extends to infinity.
THE FIELD OF AN ISOLATED ELECTRIC CHARGE
It is instructive to look at the range and the strength of the electric field. The range of the field
associated with an isolated electric charge is infinite. Isolation requires resistance. The electrical
resistance of a superconductor is zero. No isolated charges can exist within a superconductor.
The infinite permittivity of a superconductor confines the electric field within the
superconductor. No leakage flux escapes. The maximum range of the electric field equals the length
of the superconductor.
THE MAGNETIC FIELD
Mangetic flux lines surround atoms and nucleons. The length of the shortest of these flux lines
is measured in Fermi meters. The magnetic permeability of a superconductor is zero. All magnetic flux
lines are expelled. This phenomena is known as the Meissner effect. The minimum range of the magnetic field
equals the circumference of the superconductor.
THE QUANTUM FORCES
The infinite permittivity and permeability of superconductors
also effects the quantum forces.
The quantum forces normally have a very short range
of interaction. This range is confined to atomic dimensions. Quantum
interactions are observed on a macroscopic scale in superconductors
and superfluids. Superconductors only accept currents that are
integer multiples of one another. Superfluid helium will spin in a
small cup only at certain rotational speeds. These low temperature
phenomena vividly demonstrate that the range of the quantum
interaction has increased to macroscopic dimensions.
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A main point. Pick to view a chart that shows how the range
of force interaction changes in a vibrationally reinforced condensate.
Moses Chan and Eun-Seong Kim cooled and compressed helium and discovered a new phase of matter.
They produced the first supersolid. 8 The results surprised the physics community.
Parts of the solid mass passed through other parts of the solid mass without friction.
Friction is produced by the interaction of the electrical forces that bind solids together.
These electrical forces are known as Columbic potentials. The individual Columbic potentials of normal matter
become smoothed out in a supersolid. The electrical forces act in unity to produce a smooth frictionless surface.
Nuclear fusion is regulated by the Columbic potential of the nucleus. The Columbic potential of the nucleus is also smoothed out
in certain Bose condensates. Nuclear fusion can progress by unusual routes in these condensates.
THE NUCLEAR FORCES
This author attended the American Nuclear Society's Low Level Nuclear
Reaction Conference in June of 1997. The conference was held at the Marriot
World Trade Center in Orlando. At that conference James Patterson presented
his new composite beads. These beads reduce the radioactivity of nuclear waste.
George Miley described his discovery of heavy element transmutations within
the CETI beads. The discovery of heavy element transmutations
has given the field a new name.
It is no longer called "cold fusion." The process is now called "low level
The nucleus is surrounded by a strong positive charge. This charge strongly
repels other nucleons. Conventional wisdom has it that the only way to get
two nucleons to fuse together is to overcome this repulsive effect.
In hot fusion scientists have been attempting (for 50 years now) to fuse
nucleons together by hurtling them at each other a high speed.
The nucleons must obtain at least ten thousand electron volts of velocity
to overcome the electrostatic barrier.
The process of surmounting the repulsive electrostatic barrier is akin to
traveling swiftly over a huge speed bump. In the case of the speed bump,
a loud crash will be produced.
In the case of the electrostatic barrier, gamma and X-rays are
In conventional hot fusion huge quantities radiation are given
off by this process.
If the Patterson cell worked by this conventional process, everyone
near it would have been killed.
During the conference in Orlando, Professor Heirich Hora (left), Emeritus Professor of
The University of New South Wales, presented his theory of how the
electrostatic barrier was being overcome. Hora said that the repulsive positive
charges of the nucleons were "screened" by a negatively charged
electron cloud. 2
Dr. Hora's theory can not explain the lack
of radiation. In his model the nucleons must still pass over the electrostatic
potential barrier. When they do a high energy signatures will be produced.
If the range of the strong nuclear force increased beyond the electrostatic
potential barrier a nucleon would feel the nuclear force before
it was repelled by the electrostatic force.
Under this situation nucleons would pass under the electrostatic
barrier without producing any radiation.
Could this author's original idea that
electron condensations increase the range of
the nuclear foces be correct?
Since the Orlando conference several two new things have come to light.
1. It is now known that John J. Ruvalds discovered high temperature
thin film nickel hydrogen superconductors.
Light water cold fusion cells (the CETI cell) are thin film nickel
Patent nuber 4, 043, 809 states:
" High temperature superconductors and method
ABSTRACT: This invention comprises a superconductive compound having
the formula: Ni1-x Mx Zy wherein M is a metal which will destroy the
magnetic character of nickel (preferably copper, silver or gold); Z is
hydrogen or deuterium, x is 0.1 to 0.9; and y, correspondingly, 0.9 to
0.1, and method of conducting electric current with no resistance at
relatively high temperature of T>1° K comprising a conductor consisting
essentially of the superconducting compound noted above."
This patent was issued on August 23, 1977 long before cold fusion was
discovered. The bulk of the nickel hydrogen material becomes superconductive at
cryogenic temperatures, however, this author believes that small isolated
areas of superconductivity exist within the material at room temperature.
2. F. Celani, A. Spallone, P. Tripodi, D. Di Gioacchino, S. Pace,
INFN Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, via E.Fermi 40, 00044
Frascati (Italy) discovered superconductivity in palladium deuterium systems.
OBSERVATIONS OF STRONG RESISTIVITY REDUCTION IN A PALLADIUM
THIN LONG WIRE USING ULTRA-HIGH FREQUENCY PULSED ELECTROLYSIS
"............Awire segment (1/4 of total, the most cathodic) showed
a very low resistance behavior in some tests (corresponding
to R/Ro values much less than 0.05 and in a case less
It appears that the palladium deuterium structure is a room temperature
Heavy water cold fusion cells are constructed of palladium
impregnated with deuterium (deuterium is heavy hydrogen).
3. Superconductors have no need to be negative, New Scientist, issue 2498, May 2005
Now physicist Julian Brown of the University of Oxford is arguing that protons can also form pairs and
sneak through the metallic lattice in a similar manner. In theory, the protons should superconduct, he says.
It's now known that cold fusion cells contain small superconductive regions.3 4
Nuclear reactions proceed in these regions after thermal energy is added to the system. The thermal vibrations invite protons to participate in the condensation.
The permeability and the permittivity
of condensation now affects the nuclear forces. This author contends that
the range of the
strong nuclear force extends beyond the range of the electrostatic
potential barrier. The increase in range allows nuclear transmutations
to take place without radiation.
Yusmar device have been claimed to produce
anomalous energy. The conditions inside of a cavitational bubble
are extreme and can reach 10 of thousands degrees C at pressures of
100 million atmospheres or more.5 These horrific
pressures and temperatures are still several orders a magnitude
to small to drive a conventional hot fusion reaction.
In January of 1998 P. Mohanty and S.V. Khare, of Maryland College,
Sonoluminesence as a Cooperative Many Body Phenomenon
Physical Review Letters Vol 80 #1 January 1998.
"........The long range phase correlation encompassing a large number
of component atoms results in the formation of a macroscopic
A superconductor is a macroscopic quantum coherence.
This author believes that the condensed plasma within a cavitation
bubble is superconductive. Cavitational implosions produce extreme shock . This shock invites the nuclear force to
participate in the condensation. The range of the nuclear force is increased. Nuclear transmutations proceed within the condensation.
It was believed, during the first half of the 20th Century, that antigravity would be discovered shortly. This never happened.
By the second half of the 20th Century, mainstream scientists believed that the that the unification of gravity and
electromagnetism could only be obtained at very high energies. These energies would forever be beyond the reach of man's
largest accelerators. Antigravity was relegated to the dreams of cranks.
In 1955 Major Donald E. Keyhole wrote in the "The Flying Saucer Conspiracy" Page 252-254
"Even after Einstein's announcement that electricity, magnetism, and gravity were all manifestations
of one force, few people had fully accepted that thought that we might someday neutralize gravity.
... I still had no idea how such a G-field could be created."
In the last decade of the 20th Century, Podkletnov applied mechanical shock to a superconductor. A gravitational anomaly
was produced.6 Znidarsic wrote that the vibrational stimulation of a Bose
condensate adjoins the gravitational field with the condensate. The gravitational force is then effected by the permittivity and
permeability of the condensate. The range of the gravitational interaction decreases
by the same order of magnitude that the range of the nuclear force has increased. The strength of the gravitational field within
the condensate greatly increases. Gravitomagnetic flux lines are expelled. This takes place at low energies. It has to
do with the path of the quantum transition. The relationship will be qualified in later chapters. Hopefully this idea will someday
be universally recognized and antigravity will finally become a reality.
On July 12, 1998 the University of Buffalo announced its discovery:
CARBON COMPOSITES SUPERCONDUCT AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
SUPERCONDUCTION AT ROOM TEMPERATURE: NEGATIVE ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE
SEEN IN CARBON COMPOSITES
"LAS VEGAS -- Materials engineers at the University at Buffalo have
made two discoveries that have enabled carbon-fiber materials to
superconduct at room temperature.
The related discoveries were so unexpected that the researchers at
first thought that they were mistaken.
Led by Deborah D.L. Chung, Ph.D., UB professor of mechanical and
aerospace engineering, the engineers observed negative electrical
resistance in carbon-composite materials, and zero resistance when
these materials were combined with others that are conventional,
This finding of negative resistance flies in the face of a fundamental
law of physics: Opposites attract.
Chung explained that in conventional systems, the application of
voltage causes electrons -- which carry a negative charge -- to move
toward the high, or positive end, of the voltage gradient.
But in this case, the electrons move the other way, from the plus end
of the voltage gradient to the minus end....................
"In this case, opposites appear not to attract," said Chung.
The researchers are studying how this effect could be possible.".........
..............A patent application has been filed on the invention.
Previous patents filed by other researchers on negative resistance have been
limited to very narrow ranges of the voltage gradient.
In contrast, the UB researchers have exhibited negative resistance
that does not vary throughout the entire gamut of the voltage
Electrical engineers know that when electrons "move
toward the high, or positive end, of the voltage gradient"
power is produced. Have the University of Buffalo scientists
discovered how to produce electricity directly from a zero point
The range of the electric and magnetic fields are strongly effected by a superconducting
An element of shock invites nuclear and gravitational participation. The shock produces vibration .
The vibration lowers the elasticity of the space
within the condensate. The reduced stiffness is expressed in several ways. The range of
the natural forces tend towards the length of the superconductor. The strength of the forces varies inversly with their range.
The constants of the motion tend toward the electromagnetic. The effect of the vibration is qualified in Chapters 10 and 11.
The development or reduced to practice zero point technologies will
be of great economic and social importance.
1. K. Mendelssohn. "THE QUEST FOR ABSOLUTE ZERO"
McGraw-Hill, New York, 1966
2.Hora, Kelly Patel, Prelas, Miley, and Tompkims
Physics Letters A, 1993, 138-143
Screening in cold fusion derived from D-D reactions
Dr. George Miley's "Swimming Electron Theory" is based on
the idea that electron clusters (a form of condensation) exist
between the metallic surfaces of cold fusion electrodes.
3. Cryogenic phenomena are commonly associated with the spin
pairing of electrons. The
Chubb - Chubb theory points out the fact that electrons pair in the cold fusion process.
4. A. G. Lipson, et al., "Generation of the Products of DD Nuclear Fusion
in High-Temperature Superconductors YBa2Cu3O7-x Near the Superconducting Phase Transition,"
Tech. Phys., 40 (no. 8), 839 (August 1995).
5. "Can Sound Drive Fusion in a Bubble" Robert Pool, Science
vol 266, 16 Dec 1994
6. "A Possibility of Gravitational Force Shielding by Bulk
YBa2Cu3O7- x Superconductor", E. Podkletnov and R. Nieman
Physica C 203 (1992) pp 441-444.
"Tampere University Technology report"
MSU-95 chem, January 1995
"Gravitoelectric-Electric Coupling via Superconductivity. "
Torr, Douglas G. and
Li, Ning Foundations of physics letters.
AUG 01 1993 Vol6 # 4, Page 371
7. Companies that are interested in technical information on the
invention should contact the UB Office of Technology Transfer at
716-645-3811 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Apparent negative electrical resistance in carbon fiber composites", Shoukai Wang, D.D.L. Chung
The Journal "Composites", September 1999
8. "Probing Question: What is a supersolid?" PhysicsOrg.com, May 13, 2005
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