Quantum Vacuum & Zero Point Energy Access: Is “Free Energy” For All Actually Possible?
by Arjun Walia | Collective Evolution
“Free energy” is a term being tossed around these days, and not one that many within the new energy movement like to use. That’s because it’s not really “free,” or what we perceive “free” to be. It’s not like the power source for generating the energy to run these machines (discussed below in this article) is coming from nowhere.
It’s coming from the quantum vacuum, which would seem to be available for our use in unlimited quantities, given the fact that it’s the invisible “stuff” that makes up our known entire universe, in which could be a sea of universes and dimensions. There is enough to go around.
Sure, solar, wind, and other clean energy initiatives are great, and the more the better, but the world has been completely blinded by the fact that there are many more advanced ways to generate clean energy that could revolutionize our world in several different paradigm changing ways.
“Much to my surprise, these concepts have been proven in hundreds of laboratories around the world, but have not really seen the light of day.” – Dr. Brian O’leary
The Quantum Vacuum: What Is It?
Long ago, physicists discovered that what we call “space” is not empty, that there is energy in space, and that it’s full of “stuff” not visible to the human eye. This is exactly what an atom is made up of, spinning and vibrating bits of energy, once perceived to be completely void and empty. Turns out, it’s probably the “invisible” that governs the “visible.”
“No point is more central than this, that space is not empty, it is the seat of the most violent physics.” – John Wheeler
This was further illustrated in what’s known as “The Casimir Effect,” which demonstrates zero-point energy. The implications of this are far reaching and have been written about extensively within theoretical physics by researchers all over the world. Today, we are beginning to see that these concepts are not just theoretical, but instead, very practical.
The next question after this discovery became: how much of this energy can be ‘tapped’ and how much power generation can it provide us with?