Item description for Tapping the Zero Point Energy by Moray B. King...
Free energy and anti-gravity are possible today. The theory of zero point energy posits that there are great fluctuations of electrical field energy embedded within the fabric of space. Some examples: * inventor T. Henry Moray produced a fifty-kilowatt free energy machine in 1930 * the Pons/Fleischmann cold fusion experiment produced tremendous heat without fusion
The chapters in this remarkable book include: * Artificial Gravity * Stepping Down High Frequency Energy * Noise as a Source of Energy * Macroscopic Vacuum Polarization * Cohering the Zero-Point Energy * The Holistic Paradigm * Electrolytic Fusion: A Zero-Point Energy Coherence? * Scalar Currents and Scalar Waves
Promise Angels is dedicated to bringing you great books at great prices. Whether you read for entertainment, to learn, or for literacy - you will find what you want at promiseangels.com!
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 08:29.
Usually ships within one to two business days from La Vergne, TN.
Orders shipping to an address other than a confirmed Credit Card / Paypal Billing address may incur and additional processing delay.
Reviews - What do customers think about Tapping the Zero Point Energy?
Ignore the increasingly shrill naysayers and buy this book Dec 29, 2001
Their time is nearly over. Ignorance of a fact does not negate it. Anyone who doesn't believe that zero point energy can be tapped, hasn't done his homework. I am a supercomputer hardware design engineer who helped produce artificial intelligence machines (...). Odd to come back from teaching hunks of tin to think and still find human minds that cannot be induced to exercise the wonderful inborn abilities to gather information and discriminate. I thought I had done an exhaustive information search after spending 8 yrs in post graduate work learning everything the university system had to offer. Then I found Moray King. As soon as I read "Tapping The Zero Point Energy", all the theories I had been struggling to GROK fell into place. I immediately bought 10 copies of this book, and have distributed 9 of them to fellow engineers. They all continue to thank me for alerting them to the wonderfully well explained ideas in this collection. The carefully organized and logically sequenced lecture-style articles are like having a private tutor. They are bare-bones expositions of the concepts, and the references provided point the way to enough fellow seekers' projects to keep one busy for years to come. My hat's off to Moray King. I wish I were able to write such a lucid book. Have pre-ordered his next offering and am shivering with anticipation.
Must buy for the antigravity/free energy researcher Jul 10, 2001
There is a lot of useful stuff in this book which is nicely laid out and easy to understand. There's not too much heavy mathematics, which is a blessing (for me anyway) and all the theories presented in a clear and easy to understand manner. BUY THIS BOOK!
A classic in alternative science Apr 1, 1999
This is a nice little book. It's a series of articles discussing the possibility to apply the theories of self-organization in the zero-point energy area, i.e. the possibility to extract energy from the vacuum. The ideas put forward here are quite creative. The annotated reference sections are excellent.
Crack-Pots give alternative sciences a bad name. Oct 20, 1998
I got what I expected right on the first page-- King refers to his belief that our planet has been and is regularly visited by alien spaceships. Anyone else who does should should read Carl Sagan's "The Demon Haunted World" or any of his work. That aside, there is a growing body of scientists who have serious doubts that the Quantum and Relativity theories will ever yield the most complete explaination of physical reality. Some of these other physical theories are based upon the behavior of what is known as the zero point field, more or less as put forth by King in this book. Unfortunately, this book is a collection of essays taken from his lectures over the years, outlining his quest to convince inventors to build free-energy machines. At no time does King discuss past successes, or presumable failures, of the experiments described in his earlier lectures, so his particular theories seem to be fundamentally incorrect.