2015: ‘Impossible’ Quantum Space Engine Actually Works – NASA Test Suggests

A couple of years ago, researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center discovered a thruster system which actually generates thrust, despite requiring absolutely zero propellant. The implications of this discovery are far-reaching; applications for space flight and other technologies which require propulsion could one day become far cheaper, allowing space exploration to expand exponentially. The existence of this technology also further validates the fact that energy can be derived from tapping into the quantum vacuum, also known as “zero-point” energy or “free energy.”  This type of technology uses quantum vacuum fluctuations to create thrust. “A century from now, it will be well known that: the vacuum of space which fills the universe is itself the real substratum of the universe; vacuum in a circulating state becomes matter; the electron is the fundamental particle of matter and is a vortex of vacuum with a vacuum-less void at the center and is dynamically stable; the […] Read More

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 principal property is a memory. That is, the Psion remembers the material space […] Read More

1888: William Timmis: Keely Outdone?

An article from 1888 Author Unknown ——————————————————————- This paper is from Scientific American – August 4, 1888 – page 69 ——————————————————————– Keely Outdone? Several newspapers have referred to a new invention by one William Timmis, which, if successful, will revolutionize motive power. The inventor is an unpretentious English mechanic residing in Pittsburg, Pa., who claims to have invented the machine by which untold motive power can be stored or used without the expenditure of fuel. The story goes that he has been engaged for two years in perfecting the invention, and is now negotiating with the government of England, Russia, and the United States for the sale of the right to use his discovery, which, if after examination it proves to be what he claims, will revolutionize the motive powers of the world. He claims to be able to create a pressure of 20,000 pounds per square inch – […] Read More

2007: Astronomers Find Enormous Hole in the Universe

August 23, 2007 Contacts: Dave Finley, NRAO (505) 835-7302 dfinley@nrao.edu Mark Cassutt, Univ. of Minn. (612) 624-8038 cassu003@umn.edu Astronomers Find Enormous Hole in the Universe Astronomers have found an enormous hole in the Universe, nearly a billion light-years across, empty of both normal matter such as stars, galaxies, and gas, and the mysterious, unseen “dark matter.” While earlier studies have shown holes, or voids, in the large-scale structure of the Universe, this new discovery dwarfs them all. “Not only has no one ever found a void this big, but we never even expected to find one this size,” said Lawrence Rudnick of the University of Minnesota. Rudnick, along with Shea Brown and Liliya R. Williams, also of the University of Minnesota, reported their findings in a paper accepted for publication in the Astrophysical Journal. Astronomers have known for years that, on large scales, the Universe has voids largely empty […] Read More