Energy from Vacuum

Deriving energy (in any of its forms) from the vacuum or space.
See Bearden's "Energy from the Vacuum".

"Sommerfield's theory of metallic conduction was based on Drude's concept that the outer valence electrons of a conductor, which do not form crystal bonds, are free to migrate through the crystalline lattice structure, and so to form an electron gas. At room temperature, by quantum mechanical considerations, these free electrons are moving randomly, but at an average velocity on the order of 106 meters per sec. E.g., see Martin A. Plonus, Applied Electromagnetics, McGraw Hill, New York, 1978, p. 54-58, 62-3, 376-7. If you wish to know just how much power exchange is driving the collisions of the electron gas in a copper wire, here is an illustration. In one cubic centimeter of copper wire, the power exchange in and out of the electron gas is some 4 billion billion watts. That's the equivalent of 4 billion large electric power plants, each of 1,000 megawatt capacity. And one cubic centimeter of copper is a lump about the size of the end of our little finger." [Bearden, The Final Secret of Free Energy]

Keely - Electricity from Space
Tesla - Electricity from Space

See Also

Beginning Points
center of high compression pressure
Christ Consciousness
Cosmic Consciousness
Dynaspheric Force
Etheric Elements
Father-Mother Principle
Figure 14.07 - Love Principle: Two sympathetic waves expanding from two points have one coincident centering locus
Free Energy
gravity center of control
Keely - Electricity from Space
Luminiferous Ether
Magnetic Light of Mind
Magnetic Light
Magnetic Still Light
Mind Nucleus
omnipresent zero
Point of Rest
principle of balanced control
Still Point
stillness of gravity
Subtle Energy Physics
Tesla - Electricity from Space
The Final Secret of Free Energy
Universal Energy Unit
Universal Heart Beat
Vacuum Energy
Vacuum from Vibratory Induction
virtual photon flux
White Light of God
White Light of Rest
White Light
2.13 - Vacuum
3.16 - Neutral Centers as Points of Action
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