**Anonymous** writes:

More and more people are aware of ideas from pioneering
scientists about a "vacuum not empty" and the seething energy contained
in space. What would happen if they are right ?

The
enthusiasm of Physicists and Testers which lead them to announce
(hastily) succeeds in making over-unity equipment while laymen are
short of fundamental knowledges to believe such possibility- and if no
such equipment work- is understandable to ZPE supporters. Nevertheless,
each failure in working of any piece of equipment will be a target for
bull 's eye shots from critics of ZPE and Vacuum Engineering.

While
sound and simple theories -with tangible results tested by experiments-
are still lacking to construct such equipment, it is hard to persuade
ZPE and Vacuum Engineering opponents to listen to and read works of
those pioneers. Why are they protecting "classical theories" so
strongly? They can work out equipment and get results from such
theories, even sometimes they are not so sure-I believe that- why the
theories are working that way.

Quantum Physics is an example

It
is strange that many things, looking unconnected at first glance, may
well hide systematical structure underneath. Mathematics and Physics
are divided to be "pure" and "applied". But the "pure mathematics" may
contain in it the structure for Physics, even strange as ZPE and
"Vacuum Engineering"

Many people do not link Quantum
Physics with Zeno paradox. Classical electromagnetism have been working
flawlessly until failures in explanations of phenomena that can be
explained only by Quantum Physics- Physics of discrete amounts.

Zeno
paradox makes one puzzled at the structure of space (and even time),
but we can see the parity between Classical Electromagnetism-Quantum
Physics and continuous-discrete points in Zeno paradox.

If
space is full of energy and the discrete characteristic of space is
possible, is energy also stored in such discrete structure of space.

And
the release-transmission of power-energy is characterized by the
continuous structure of space that was forwarded by Zeno thousands of
years ago.

Another problem is Fermat theorem. This simple
mathematical problem has not been solved until a thousand page solution
was forwarded by a mathematician spending seven painstakingly working
years.

Nature may well hide the solution of such simple
problem. Just imagine that the seething energy of space is stored in
discrete Rubik- like cubes. Any degeneration from a larger Fermat cube
to a smaller Fermat cube requires and creates a continuous parameter
that may well link to E-M and gravity wave transmission and energy
radiation !

With the work of Maxwell, continuous E-M
wave theory allows physicists to toy with energy of Megawatts and
Gigawatts. Works of Harold E. Puthoff and others predict that energy
stored in discrete- quantized space may be so large that the energy
contained in a coffee cup sized space volume may be enough to boil the
oceans many times over.

The way to solve Fermat theorem
may be the hint to tap such energy. But what if such solution is so
easy to find and to toy with?

Euler has solved Fermat
theorem with the case n=3. Since our space is a three dimensional
structure, Euler algorithm may be a must to study ZPE and Vacuum
Engineering. Einstein has added another extra dimension of time to
space, now we have a fourth-order equation of Fermat problem with n=4.
Fermat himself has solved the problem with n=4.

Now we return to Newton. The simple movement of an object in Newton equation is :

x = a.t^2 + v.t + x0. (a=acceleration, t =time, v= velocity, x0 =intitial departure point)

Newton
has since long added a fifth dimension into space with the parameter
t^2 in his simple equation. By this way he has assumed that the value
d^2 x/dt^2 is a constant. The solution of Fermat theorem for the case
n=5 has also been solved by another distinguished mathematician.

If we can make the derivative d^ix/dt^i to the i-th order, then we will have the Fermat problem for n= 3+i.

The Theory of ZPE and Vacuum may have been set up for us by those mathematicians from the time of Zeno up to now.

Terry.