If you have read the article, "Why We Have Energy in the Universe", you may have asked the question, "Do all our physicists have it wrong?" Obtaining proof to the idea that magnets attached to a piezoelectric crystal produces high frequency alternating current makes our main stream physicists look like main stream idiots. They undoubtedly have all the answers wrong, and that is why the problems of the world have gone unsolved for so long.
Simple answers to difficult problems must imply that the universe is governed by some simple rules. Therefore, the creation process must be simple enough that nature could do this in its sleep. Obtaining simple truth leads us to an interesting hypotheses: If producing AC is so simple and this is the way nature does so could fusion be so difficult?
Our astronauts have learned that the conditions are right for growing crystals in space. All the energy that is needed to grow crystals in space exists there now and will always be there. So, why couldn’t nature grow crystals in space over aeons of time?
Let us assume that at one distant time in history nature created a tiny bubble of glass filled with hydrogen gas. Two atoms of iron attached themselves to the bubble. The irreducible vibration of the universe produced high frequency electromagnetic waves. Like in an electroscope, high frequency electromagnetic waves were captured inside the bubble. There was a resistance heating effect since we had two electrodes with a capacitance between them.
The hydrogen expanded causing a pressure that pushed out the glass which over millions of years turned into a thin crystal sphere. Then, the crystal vibrated. The magnets vibrated producing high frequency AC in a nonlinear fashion. This set up a magnetic field that kept growing stronger creating a pressure of gravity that got stronger. This continued to produce more heating and squeezing of the hydrogen until ignition took place.
A star was born and the gravity well held the gases in place. But defects in the crystal produced holes in the shell, and some gas was ejected. Some returned due to gravity and more hydrogen gas gathered there due to the attraction of gravity. Our star grew, became brighter, and later exploded in violence.
This is not the end of the story though, because the same process took place somewhere else. New stars were born from the materials of this explosion. They lived and they died. Others lived and died like those that went before. So, the universe was born. Order came from chaos. A whimper produced a bang, and we can do it too.
Simple rules of physics gives modern man the tools to create his own universe anew. We can imitate the processes of nature that made the stars, but we must believe in the simplicity of the rules and go into space to try them out.
Our main stream physicists do not believe in simple answers. Their rules for the universe are complex, but nature defies the rules they set for it. Nature is its own master and the master of its own fate. Nature sets its own rules. We must master the rules of nature, finish the job nature started, and make our world a little better.
To do this, we must leave the cradle. We must go into space and use what we learned from the example of the sun and the earth. For the Earth is our schoolhouse. The experiences we have on earth teach us here what we need to know in space. Now we will use what we learned there. The earth is our legacy and space is our destiny.
I think it only fair that we clean up before we go in order to make our earth a good place for the next tenants. So, let us start anew. Let us make our earth a planet we can be proud of. Give up petty squabbles, cooperate, and work together to find simple answers to world problems. Our worldly problems are numerous and great. Sometimes they seem insurmountable, but our destiny is greater than the problems of the world.
Our sun and our earth will some day pass away, but it is man who will reach out to the stars and become one with them. It is man who will take dominion of the universe.
Ralph Randolph Sawyer