Ervin This is not a discussion on batteries. Rather a way to eliminate the need for them and the possible design(s) to accomplish same. This is a proceedure MOST are NOT experienced in and require basic knowledge to realize how past success was accomplished. As you realize, being a physics major, quantum physics is VERY different from the classical subject. To this end I hope to get disbelievers up to speed IF given the time to do so herein. Open minds ONLY need to particiapate here.
Did this guy really post this? What does the lowest energy state of a given system and any subset of that system have to do with automotive, or energy itself? I majored in physics and what you said makes no sense at all. Try to understand what ZPE is prior to making any bold claims. I know what ZPE. What you are saying is that by taking a system to its lowest energy state we then have the most energy accessible. The reason this is not practical is due to the fact of diminishing returns. In any given system there is a point where lowering the state of the system is costing the overall universe far more energy than economically viable. That's why we don't make sure that every molecule in a battery has reacted to its charged state. That's why we don't bother to keep a current in a battery to maintain that state (degrades the battery and loses large amounts of current.) is one of the simpler explanations. However I don't see how cooling hydrogen to Near Zero Kelvin range is practical in any sense, shape or form. FYI you cannot reach Zero Kelvin in any given system in this universe. Maxwell and Newton have a proof for that. It is quite old.
Please limit your use of this board to ALT ENERGY to include:
ZPE: "zero-point" Zero-point energy, based on absolute zero degrees Kelvin point, energy which manifests as chaotic, highly entergetic electric field fluctuations inherant to the fabric of space. IT IS NOT HEAT RADIATION and IS RATHER what COMPRISES pure EMPTY SPACE where NO MATTER or or other radiation heat, light, etc. are present.
The fluctuations are so energetic that some physists theorise it is the fondational basis for all particles and fields, moreover sustaining their existance (Senitzky, 1973).
Physics literature supports the idea that ZPE is the basisfor quantumeffects (Boyer, 1975), atomic stability (Puthoff,1987), gravity (puthoff, 1989), and inertia, 1994). All aspects, UNLIKE the 18/19th century static model of ether, have moved to a dynamic interaction ZPE model.
This is interesting since discussion of: Quantum Effects (Boyer, Phys. Rev. D 11(4), 2832 (1975)4) Hydrogen Atom - Puthoff, Phys. Rev. D 35(10), 3266 (1987), Energy Source - Cole, Puthoff, Phys. Rev. E 48(2) 1562 (1993) Gravity - Puthoff, Phys. Rev. A 39(5) 2333 (1989), Inertia - Haisch, Puthoff, Rueda, Phys. Rev. A 49(2), 678 (1994), all link to ZPE. So this becomes, I think, a good starting point for those interested in automotive and other uses of clean, abundent, unlimeted, timeless, power, available anywhere.
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