By Andrei Samokhin
The model of a plasma generator which can convert physical-vacuum energy into
electricity has been developed under Prof. Alexander CHERNETSKI at the Moscow
Georgi Plekhanov Institute of the National Economy. Such generators could lay
the groundwork for the future environmentally-benign power industry.
Classical physics cannot explain what happens when a plasma discharger placed
in the Chernetski circuit is started: for no apparent reason the ammeter
pointer shows triple strength-of-current increase [sic] and energy output is
several times above input. The plant’s efficiency is much more than 1.
No magic is intended. Additional energy outputs at specific plasma discharges
are fixed in several independent expert reportsby the Lenin All-Union Institute
of Electrical Engineering. This effect has been checked by different methods.
Whence this mysterious energy?
Prof Chernetski, the author of the first ever study paper on plasma-diagnotics
equipment (he has been in this field fro 40 years now) and 20 inventions, never
knew what he was probing into specific unstable plasma states at strong-current
discharges could have led to. In the early 70s, he and fellow-researcher Yuri
Galkin worked on a basically new type of high-frequency plasma generator which
could at high power do without unwieldy energy converters. In one test, they
discovered input-output energy gap. [sic]
“I knew electron drift begins in plasma and sought to deduce a combination of
variables in which fluctuating plasma instability emerged in discharge,”
Chernetski says. “Gas discharge was meant to serve as a powerful stimulator of
electromagnetic modes and, all of a sudden and in defiance of the law of
conservation of energy, a strange energy imbalance was
produced. Repeated experiments with different circuits proved energy output
to be always greater than input.”
The mysterious discharge stimulating additional energy extraction was called the
“self generating discharge (SGD)”. Measurements showed that part of the
discharge power went back into the network as if two series-connected
electromotive forces were at work.
In a bid to try to explain the experimental data, the researchers actually
tried to prove the impossible. One of their proofs was very “strong”. The
one-megawatt substation of the Moscow Aviation Institute, where Chernetski and
Galkin were staging an experiment with a powerful plasma unit, burned out.
When the dischrage currents reached criticality, superstrong current was “born”
in the generator and went back into the network, playing havoc with the safety
devices calculated for short-circuit. Later on, they read in books that
earlier in the century the power plant of prominent Yugoslav electrical
engineer Nikola Tesla caught fire under similar circumstances in the United
States. Chernetski and Galkin were sure that Tesla was making such experiments,
but did not publish the results. They are also sure that vacuum energy can
explain this mysterious effect.
A vacuum-Powered Lamp
The researchers relied on the present-day quantum physics idea of “zero-point
oscillations” in physical vacuum. Such oscillations signifying the birth and
annihilation of virtual pairs — the particle and anti-particle, distinguished
from the normal elementary particles by a negligibly short life, a mere
8.10/-21[sic] sec. Emerging below the zero energy level from “nothing” and
returning to “nothing”, virtual particles as if defy the law of conservation of
energy. Quantum electrodynamics explains this paradox through the Heisenberg
uncertainty principle. Under it all the precise particle characteristics
cannot be learnt simulatneously and, therefore, one must not require from nature
“punctual” abidance by the law during such a short time as the life of virtual
pairs. The observer fails to notice anything, while every virtual pair is more
than real, carrying an energy of more than half a million electron-volts during
its lifetime. The potential energy in the electric bulb vacuum is
enough to boil the earth’s oceans, Americans John Wheeler and Richard Feynman
Until recently the vacuum energy idea was only a daring hypothesis bordering on
science-fiction. The lamp powered by vacuum in Chernetski’s basememt
laboratory in the center of Moscow made it a reality.
This is how he explains his mricaulaous experiment: “The self-generating
discharge emerges when the discharge current reach a definite critical density,
when the magnetic fields they create ensure magnetisation of plasma electrons
and they begin to perform mostly cycloid movements. The interaction of
currents with their magnetic fields forces the electrons to deviate to the
cylinder-shaped discharge axis and the electrical field emerges. It has proved
to ‘switch on’ the physical vacuum: in this field the vacuum is polarised and
consequently the virtual pairs begin to move in a definite direction, instead
of chaotically. the virtual positrons accelerate plasma electrons, giving them
part of their energy. The current in the circuit builds up and additional
energy is discharged on the resistor switched into the discharge circuit.
Clearly, only part of the tremendous vacuum energy is extracted.
“We’ve developed several circuit versions which can find application. In the
later experiment with an input power of 700 watts, that extracted by the
generator loads resistance was three kilowatts, or nearly five times more.
This is by far not the limit and with more powerful plants and the
corresponding calculations megawatts of free electricity can be produced from
a minimal power source.”
Self-Generating-Discharge Plasmatron and Space Travel.
Yuri Galkin looks at the future of their discovery: “Its applications are
wide-ranging. For example, engines based on the self-generating-discharge
plasmatron. Until now all attempts to use plasmatrons as engines failed,
because strong electron and ion bombardments rapidly burnt out the electrodes.
Self-generating discharge leaves them inatct and such engines can be used in
aircraft, trains and autos. It would be logical to create a new
environmentally-wise power industry. Portable hydros, wind power plants and
solar batteries boosted by self-generating discharge could become an enormous
source of electricity. With time, they could edge out the costly and hazardous
fuel-firing and hydraulic [hydroelectric?] facilities. Already now we can
build a plant which would supply electricity for a township or factory. A
vacuum power station comparable to giant facilities could be designed today.
Our discovery can revolutionise cosmonautics.”
Laboratory experiments have proved the possibility of using the kinetic effect
of self-generating discharge for accelerating bodies in space. Galkin has
calculated the parameters of a self-generating-discharge plasmatron that could
serve as the propulsion engine of the future, replacing the present unwieldy
rocket engines. Powered by a minor ten-volt source, it can deliver power enough
for the takeoff of a large spaceship. Tapping the ambient space vacuum, it
could fly eternally.
“We didn’t think of only industrial applications,” Chernetski recalls.
“Self-generating discharge turned out to produce wave radiation which was
hitherto unknown, but evidently existent at all times. Like sound waves, its
waves have a longitudinal electric field component and a high penetrability
through condcutive mediums, including metals. It turned out that these single
waves, ‘awakening’ the hidden vacuum energy, can alster substance structure.
“the experiment staged at the Burdenko Institute of Neurosurgery in Moscow
several years ago showed that directional SGD radiation accelerated nuclear
beta-decomposition by 5%-6%. This is only one example. We supposed that, like
SGD-generator radiation, longitudinal electric-field component waves could also
be produced by living beings, man in particular. Comparative experiments were
staged to prove the impact on men with extrasensory perception and of our
device on different objects. In both cases parallel impact on the
high-stability quartz generator made its frequency ‘drift’ by several orders of
magnitude. The filament resistance of the incandescent lamp decreased
considerably. Probably we are on the road to explaining such mysterious things
as extrasensory perception, telekinesis and bioenergy.
The experimentally-verified concept of Chernetski claims to be a
theoretical breakthrough in the basic quantum-physics idea of the energy
structure of the Universe. It is generally recognised among physicists
that all elementary particle interactions, and hence every existing
phenomenon, occur with the help of virtual-particle exchange. How does
it come about?
“Full annihilation of virtual pairs cannot take place in the event of
partial energy extraction in self-generating discharge, because a
‘certain’ virtual dipole must emerge — two separate charges with a
common negative energy. This means that together with energy extraction
vacuum structurisation and ordering takes place. Actually, our concept
is a return to the idea of the universal ether at an entirely new level.
We say that the ordered dipole vacuum, or ether, is an all-penetrating
energy medium in which processes occur which are related to virtual
dipoles and subject to the uncertainty principle of modern physics.”
Chernetski asks: if vacuum structurisation is a constant process, isn’t
this an opportunity to state the law of conservation of entropy in the
Universe in opposition to the idea of its steadfast decrease?
What if this work helps to clear up the nature of gravitation, which is
as dim now as it was in the times of Newton? What his concept of the
vacuum shows the road to the long-awaited explanation of the Grand
“As as experimental physicist I won’t say our theory is 100 percent
correct,” Chernetski declares. “It’s much more an opportunity now to
have indisputable experimental data to prove the opportunity of creating
a basically new power industry.”
Only a rapid switch to new energy can save human civilisation from
ecological catastrophe. The research program must be developed
immediately and a center set up to coordinate cooperation between world
scientists. Natural and unlimited vacuum energy is at our doorstep.
By Andrei Samokhin