Underlying themes in diverse conversations this summer included my favorite—learning from nature’s ways. For instance a customer from a certain religious community telephoned to order Breakthrough Power. His religion is known for being detached from modern technologies, so I was surprised that he and his friends experiment with the types of energy inventions introduced in the book. Their successes include a “cold-running motor” and water-as-fuel advances. What pleases him about the experiments, he said, is that the new energy science works harmoniously with nature, right down to the molecular level.
At the 2010 TeslaTech conference, Michael Riversong reports, in Moray King’s update on hydrogen technologies King gave examples of how self-organization—nature’s creative type of activity—happens throughout the universe, including in water. Understanding the principles underlying such order-from-chaos can help designers of water electrolysis units and Brown’s Gas generators. Riversong says these principles of self-organization haven’t been well-known until recent years.
I ordered the DVD of King’s presentation and planned to tell you more, but it hasn’t arrived here by my deadline for this column. Maybe next summer I’ll have a travel budget for conferences again. In the meantime, there’s plenty to see on YouTube if you’re steered toward the innovations. Today a friend pointed out a milling machine winding a “Rodin Starship coil.” The machine’s owner in England had figured out that shortcut. After Marco Rodin’s appearances at TeslaTech, Rodin coils have replaced the levitating electromagnetic “lifter” craze as an easy, cheap-to-make project for experimenters who like unusual effects.
Figuring out why serious free-energy devices work, however, requires more than watching a magnet placed in a coil opening do a strange leap and flip. Someone has to explain a new scientific worldview that includes free energy— and present it in a way that’s understandable.
Nassim Haramein’s name pops up in discussions of emerging knowledge about the geometry of the cosmos that underlies order created out of supposed chaos. Discussing how humankind could have clean-energy abundance by working with that hidden ordering structure, he speaks with engaging humor and clarity. There are other, less well-known by the public scientists who also do experiments and figure out theories explaining anomalies that conventional physics couldn’t explain without inventing gluons or other far-fetched ideas.
For most of us non-scientists, theory isn’t a word that excites passion, not even Grand Unified Theory. Who cares if theorists want to unify their beliefs about various forces? Strong force, weak force, whatever. One type of physics handles the bigger objects from here to beyond the stars, another type has the franchise for anything super-tiny such as atomic “particles.” So what?
It turns out that there is good reason for us to care. If and when one of the emerging theories-of-everything that acknowledge an aether (or ether or quantum vacuum or whatever name for it) is accepted by a critical number of influential scientists, our lives would change. New clean-energy inventions would emerge in the marketplace. Currently they are sidelined, partly because mainstream theories say these inventions couldn’t work. They are labeled “impossible.”
Following is a good example of a paradigm shift in an engineer’s thinking, this month encountered when I bought an e-book titled Lattice-Nested Hydreno Atomic Model: Grand Unified Theory Reveals Nuclear Geometry. (What, doesn’t every grannie want to read about engineering the quantum vacuum?) It’s quite accessibly written by professional engineer Mark Porringa.
In an email interview he admitted to having become a rather heretical scientist/engineer, since he is guided by a strong conviction of divine order and design. His worldview includes “beauty, function, and efficiency as opposed to the chaotic perspective of conventional science based on energy, matter, and chance. This has given me a huge advantage over those that refuse to acknowledge the necessity of a final cause based in the divine.”
Porringa lives in Ontario, and when I first heard about his experiments with dramatically reducing radioactivity by welding radioactive materials with “Brown’s Gas,” he worked for Atomic Energy Canada at Chalk River. What led him to the non-conventional energy research field? He replied that his connection with it began with a personal tragedy that led him to look for a distraction from his grief in 1995. He decided to see what had become of “cold fusion” some five years after the 1989 news fiasco. To his surprise, there was still a lot of work being done. It had just gone underground—the scientists involved were keeping a low profile.
Digging deeper, he found some simple experiments in fusion technology using light water. Reports from those experiments claimed discoveries of anomalous elements—results far beyond what could be explained by possibilities, such as impurities. Porringa then reproduced experiments originally reported by George Ohsawa (1893 – 1966). Ohsawa founded the macrobiotic philosophy and taught the ancient Chinese principle of yin-yang, the paradoxical unity of opposites. Ohsawa viewed the universe as orderly and harmonious. In France, Ohsawa had learned of Louis Kervran’s study of biological transmutation, and later Ohsawa claimed to have changed sodium into potassium at low temperatures. This was what the legendary alchemists were said to have accomplished—change one element into another.
During those experiments, Porringa managed to make many elements appear. For instance, visible quantities of iron appeared in about fifteen minutes during an experiment that used only ultra-pure graphite, water, and an electrical arc. Fusion reactions were obviously occurring to change a substance into a different metal, but how?
After years of working in the nuclear industry, he had already suspected that much of nuclear theory was wrong, but this was the clincher, Porringa says. He went looking for answers and found reports about the Casimir effect, zero-point energy, and quantum vacuum fluctuations. Those reports intrigued him and provided logical answers.
“It was quite obvious that I was cohering this ubiquitous energy of space, and that is in fact what holds the nucleus together—external pressure, not some silly gluons that explain nothing.”
In his journey toward that understanding, the websites of the Institute for New Energy, Planetary Association for Clean Energy, and Thomas Bearden figured prominently. Andrew Michrowski, founder of P.A.C.E., provided resources for the learning process, and now P.A.C.E. sells a hard copy of Porringa’s book.
What drove him so far out of the box of the existing paradigm? Porringa’s informally written synopsis indicated many serious issues ignored by know-it-all mindsets. He objected, “Oh, sure, we have our descriptive equations, and we can engineer things that behave predictably, more or less; but we certainly don’t understand them from a fundamental standpoint. And there’s a long and growing list of other stuff that doesn’t fit into any part of Standard Theory…” The unquestioned issues made it clear to him that many cherished laws and theories are superficial, deficient, and often quite wrong. However, brave souls who question foundational concepts are too often viewed as troublemakers, he noticed, rather than the free thinkers they actually are.
If academic circles don’t open up to embrace a kind of honorable heretic, brainstorming with new ideas and integrating existing concepts, Porringa sees the hope for radical innovation as coming from amateurs or independent scientists and engineers caught up in the thrill of adventure. Such people disregard their professional reputations and the party lines. He described himself as “feet planted firmly in both categories—professional engineer swimming against the current in the nuclear industry and untainted newcomer to such intimidating subject matter as quantum mechanics…”
He continued on his free-thinking path. After the Ohsawa replications, Porringa devised experiments that produced surprising products such as silver and gold created from mercury, and rhodium created from lead. The rhodium experiment revealed a fractal plane through the center of the lead nucleus. He says that particular reaction clearly indicated a well-defined lattice structure in the metal—a discovery that rapidly led to his new model for the atom, dramatically different from the well-known Bohr-Rutherford planetary model.
The Hydreno atomic model is described by Porringa as being highly deterministic (meaning it’s an inevitable consequence of a sufficient cause or causes). It answers questions for which there is no understanding in conventional theory. He reports that his atomic model can explain the chemistry of an element based on its nuclear geometry, even enigmatic elements such as nitrogen. His concept incorporates discoveries such as a tetrahedronal neutron discovered at a particle accelerator and a variant of the “fractional quantum states of hydrogen” that Dr. Randell Mills named a “hydrino.” Porringa’s model integrates chemistry and nuclear physics.
I’d be in over my head if I tried to say how his model can connect the structure of atoms with the macroscopic world of bulk matter, but I encourage techies and scientists to have a read themselves. The rest of us can grasp Porringa’s conclusions. He envisions a vast array of revolutionary technologies which use certain interactions between matter and the seething field of energy called the vacuum of space. He says those interactions can give us clean energy systems that don’t need material fuels, can create field-effect propulsion systems that don’t need to react with a material medium, and can bring about what he calls low-energy induced nuclear reactions. “All of which have been reported by independent labs around the world and frequently occur naturally in great abundance.”
When I asked Porringa if he is still doing fusion experiments, he replied that he hasn’t done any recently, though he’s working on an extensive update of his Hydreno atomic model. “As you’re probably aware, I have synthesized many elements and deciphered the fractal crystal geometry of the nucleus which has a direct bearing on the chemistry of the atom contrary to the assertions of Bohr and Rutherford.”
Mark Porringa has nearly a dozen methods in mind to treat nuclear waste, if whomever promised funding will ever release the promised funds.
Around the world, various theories are replacing Einstein’s relativity theory with one that describes space as filled by an aether. Dr. Claudio Nassif named his own aether theory Symmetrical Special Relativity. The International Journal of Modern Physics D published his theoretical paper in their July 2010 issue. In a review for a book distributor, Nassif commented that members of his community—theoretical physicists—use mathematics, theorems, and axioms to support their principles, but there’s no physical reality underlying their theories! He wryly comments that one of the achievements of the 20th century is that a physical reality is unattainable in modern physics.
Another dissident scientist, W. Guglinski, has a Quantum Ring Theory proposing physical models for the photon, fermions, neutrons, hydrogen atoms, their nucleus and the aether. Nassif says his own theory and Guglinski’s can be combined to give a new Grand Unified Theory. He claims that if confirmed by experiments, it could make it possible to manipulate the force of gravity and allow free-energy devices, transmutation, and assembly of new atomic and molecular patterns not before seen in nature.
It seems that so could Porringa’s, Haramein’s, and perhaps the theories of frontier scientists who present their work on the World Science Database video conferences David de Hilster has been hosting. Dissident scientists from around the world share knowledge on these Saturday chats.
Doug Kenyon sent me an article about a Hungarian whose career led him to see shortcomings in mainstream theories. The engineer in Hungary, Janos Vajda, worked with radio locators for military forces and had several inventions in the field of microwave technology. Since many of his measurements contradicted the widely accepted Law of Conservation of Energy thesis, he researched the “unbelievable” phenomena and looked for the mistake in the official scientific approach. The article says that after years of research, he did prove that the law of energy preservation is generally not valid for wave-fields. His study “Violation of The Energy Thesis in Wave-Fields” is now published as free-ware in English. He says that a microwave expert should be able to develop free energy devices using his principle. Vajda’s article is at: http://www.zpelabs.com/zpelabs/hungarian/interference.htm. I couldn’t follow links to the study but the email of the article’s author is email@example.com.
I hope Mark Porringa’s prediction of a massive scientific renaissance indeed reforms the entire spectrum of science. He sees an ensuing wave of breakthrough technologies within the new field of quantum vacuum engineering, providing practical solutions to an array of pressing global issues and surprising even the most jaded sci-fi enthusiast.