Hutchison demonstrates zero point energy in 1970s

Have you heard of the Hutchison Effect?  Canadian empirical researcher John Hutchison demonstrates zero-point energy involving, “The Casimir effect and space charge type of barrier technology in semi-conductors.”

After further contemplating Nassim Haramein and Dr. Steven Greer’s conversation, I was fascinated by the Casimir effect.  Rupert Sheldrake’s suggestion to have a competition to prove whether or not zero point energy exists is a good one.  Nay sayers will then have a shot at empirically disproving over-unity once and for all.

When I think about current scientific theories of “dark matter” and “dark energy”, I wonder how these might be better explained by a singular, non-localized energy and consciousness.   This reminds me of the maxim by Aristotle about how the whole is greater than the sum of it’s parts.  And, if the whole is contained within each part of itself, then energy is indeed infinite.


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