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Conventional science free energy sources
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Zero Point Energy,      Antimatter,      Proton-neutron exchange
Zero Point Energy
Zero Point Energy (ZPE) or Vacuum Energy has become the catch all magic phrase for free energy enthusiasts. If a researcher (or con artist) doesn't know how to explain an over-unity device, then ZPE generally gets credited with the magic of producing the energy out of thin air.

The physicists opened up this can of worms by telling the public about ZPE and vacuum fluctuations, without requiring that the readers understand its background. In fact, most ZPE processes just substitute one form of energy or matter for another. Permanent extraction of energy from the ocean of vacuum fluctuations going on all the time, takes finesse.

The Casimir force is probably the best known manifestation of ZPE. For my idea on tapping the ZPE via this route, see my favorite free energy sources.

Antimatter or mirror-matter doesn't get talked about much since its existence entered the mainstream science textbooks. But antimatter is still the densest theoretical form of fuel, and we even know a few methods for making the stuff.

My main contribution to this subject involves creating and annihilating anti-electrons in a simple matter-to-energy converter based on Farnsworth's Fusor design. Take a look at my favorite free energy sources for the details.

But there are many pathways to making antimatter, and some of them may turn out to yield clean, abundant energy. Granted that it won't be completely free energy since matter must be annihilated in the process, but it will be more efficient than a star!

Proton-neutron exchange
Although little understood, protons can become neutrons by emitting an anti-electron or absorbing an electron, and neutrons spontaneously become protons by emitting an electron or can be made into protons by absorbing an anti-electron. Although these look like straightforward subatomic processes, some physicists see an energy anomaly which opens up the possibility of direct matter-to-energy conversion.

Personally, I'm going to sit on the fence a little longer on this subject, but would like to stir the pot a little... For instance: although we know a neutron and an anti-neutron will annihilate each other, do we know whether an anti-neutron can substitute for a neutron in a normal deuterium or helium-3 atom without causing disruption? If not, why?

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