Archive for the ‘Zero Point Energy’ Category
i have some problems regarding to the conservation of energy. assume we take somewhere as zero reference point, does it mean potential energy(mgh), h=0? and also, h means the height from where to where?
i need a clear explanation, it will be much better with examples relating to this problem. my exam in one week, please help thanks! : )
if not, check the physics link @ ny university, manhattan, dr kaku, prof.
now. again…when will the government stop denying (something proven in mainstream physics), cryptobiology>>>see Australopithicus giganticus (otherwise known as bigfoot) compare the physical and behavioral) get back 2 me on that.
Pristine bullet…Now there’s a crackpot theory…. im feeling verklempt, talk amongst yourselves….
good to see there are a few others here who are actually paying attention to the world around them…
Im wanting to create a model to demonstrate whether zero point energy is real.
Does anyone know if its real, and/or a good site to build a model (for free)?
For physicists: I have checked several websites and I did not get a clear answer on this question.
Question.: What is zero-point energy and can it be harnessed at least theoretically? Please get to the point.
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