1989: An Introduction to Free Energy Physics

By Bruce DePalma 12 October 1989 It should be appreciated here that the ideas which are presented are coming from the mind of one man. The mind of this one man is permeated by the sea of space, which is the repository of all knowledge. What we see is what we get is the substance of this essay. Space, i.e. the vacuum, is filled with a sea of particles. I call them Psions. The Psion flux is responsible for the Brownian motions and “zero point energy” fluctuations. The isotropic Psion flux moves at the speed of light. The Psions interact with matter only slightly — enough to cause Brownian motions and heat transfer. The Psion as an elemental particle principle is not perfect, it contains the defect of weight or mass which makes momentum transfer possible. Its principle property is memory. That is, the Psion remembers the material space […] Read More