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New Energy Introduction

There are a number of researchers working to uncover and develop new energy sources from cold fusion technology to extracting zero point energy.

These pioneers are striving to discover a way to tap the abundant energies of the atom or the space around us.

Unfortunately, the efforts lack both governmental and traditional science support. The revolutionary and world-changing discoveries of the past also suffered from this lack of support. Even without large funding resources, these researchers have built a fascinating body of work that will intrigue you. If even one of these researchers achieves his goal, your world will never be the same.

New Energy

A plethora of potential alternative energy technologies seem just out of reach these days. The theories behind some of these "new" forms of energy production have been around for a long time and have historically met considerable opposition from traditional science and engineering. They still do today. The most common arguments against investigation of these new energy forms center around one of two important principles of physics. The first is conservation of energy in closed systems and the second is the current model of the nuclei of atoms, in particular hydrogen.

The response to these criticisms from researchers in the field has been two-fold as well. First, the definition of a closed system is open to discussion. Most researchers into new forms of compare electricity production do not argue the concept of energy conservation but point out that it is possible to define the system such that vacuum (or zero-point) energy is included and the apparent problems disappear. For permanent magnet motors, it is thought that the magnetic energy is converted directly. Second, it is pointed out that current models of nuclear fusion are incomplete and cannot produce the observed deficit of solar neutrinos. This leaves the models open to significant interpretation.

The next pages discuss new energy investigators , and their interesting work. We have divided our study into a number of related fields for ease of understanding. We recognize that our divisions are somewhat arbitrary. Here are the general topics covered in this study of the new energy field:

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