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    Site of the Month: New ZPE Website: Quantum Vacuum Engineering
    Posted on Sunday, September 30, 2007 @ 21:49:21 EDT by vlad

    Science nanotech writes: New zero point energy/quantum vacuum engineering website online: Discusses engineering of the vacuum ether, scalar waves, and more. (Quotes from the website):

    The term Quantum Vacuum Engineering was evidently first coined by Nobel Laureate, T.D. Lee who suggested that the energetic vacuum of space might some day be engineered to provide fantastic new technologies of science fiction fantasy.

    That day is now here, and the QVac Engineering revolution is about to begin in earnest as we finally learn to engineer the all pervasive matter-vacuum interaction to provide fuelless power systems, gravity control, reactionless propulsion, low energy nuclear reactions and much, much more...


    About The Author

    Mark Porringa is a professional engineer and  decorated  "veteran" of the Nuclear industry including 15 years at a major research reactor.
    Frustrated with the growing limitations and indeterminate nature of  nuclear science and  engineering, he began a 10 year personal quest that started with low energy fusion experiments and  culminated with the development of  a new atomic model with vast implications. 

    His work has been reported in prestigious journals such as the Annals of the Louis de Broglie Foundation.

    The New LNH Atomic Model

    The Lattice Nested Hydreno™ (LNH) Atomic model is a central feature of QVac Engineering. 

    The LNH model helps to explain and legitimize the development of power sources requiring no material fuel, propulsion systems that do not need a reaction medium, and low energy Nuclear reactions such as the Passive Inertial Confinement, ZIPP fusion process and its variants.

    For a brief introduction to the new model visit our companion website.
    A preprint ebook of the revolutionary Lattice Nested Hydreno Atomic model has just been released for distribution.

    QVac Engineering Science Assoc.

    The Quantum Vacuum Engineering Science Association, QVESA is a new Learned society being set up to promote the development of Quantum Vacuum Engineering and its underlying scientific fundamentals. 
    Membership will be open to all interested parties within various membership categories including professionals and layman.   Watch for further developments in the coming months. 
    Get your name on our contact list for updates and take an active role in ushering in this unprecedented scientific and engineering reformation and  renaissance.  



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    Re: Site of the Month: New ZPE Website: Quantum Vacuum Engineering (Score: 1)
    by malc on Monday, October 01, 2007 @ 01:35:29 EDT
    (User Info | Send a Message) http://web.ukonline.co.uk/mripley
    I'll save you readers the trouble : the link leads to a site which leads to a products page which.....wait for it wait for it......sells a book! Da Da!


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