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Energy from the Vacuum
Concepts & Principles
By Tom Bearden
977 pages

  Table of Contents:  






Chapter 1 Foundations and Scientific Mindset.


  1.1 Introduction  
  1.2 Organized Science Often Resists Innovative Change  
  1.3 Scientific Disagreement or Street Fight?  
  1.4 A Few Significant and Unresolved Scientific Problems  
  1.5 Electrodynamics is Still Developing  
  1.6 A Summarizing Letter  
Chapter 2 Background and Concepts.


  2.1 Comments on the Foundations of Classical Electrodynamics  
  2.2 Lorentz Regauging of the Maxwell-Heaviside Equations  
  2.3 The Suicidal Closed Unitary Current Loop Circuit  
  2.4 In Summary  
Chapter 3
Giant Negentropy, Dark Energy, Spiral Galaxies and Acceleration of the Expanding Universe.


  3.1 Broken 3-Symmetry of the Dipole  
  3.2 Reinterpreting Whittaker's Decomposition of the Scalar Potential  
  3.3 How the Dipole Charges Transduce Time Energy  
  3.4 Reordering of the Local Vacuum: Giant Negentropy  
  3.5 Some Implications of Giant Negentropy  
  3.6 How Circuits Are Powered  
  3.7 The Heaviside Component vs. the Poynting Component  
  3.8 Dark Positive Energy: The Unaccounted Heaviside Component  
  3.9 A Short History of the Discarding of the Heaviside Dark Energy  
  3.10 The Problem of the Accelerating Expansion of the Universe  
  3.11 In Conclusion  
Chapter 4 Setting the Stage for Understanding Over unity Power Systems.


  4.1 Introduction  
  4.2 Demonstration  Gedanken Experiment  
  4.3 Iterative Retroreflection and Collection in a Circuit  
  4.4 Tesla's Iterative Retroreflection Work  
  4.5 Perspective on Tesla vs. Marconi  
  4.6 Conclusion  
Chapter 5 Selected Approaches to Overunity Power Systems.


  5.1 Introduction  
  5.2 Tesla's Shuttling of Potential Energy and Barrett's Extension  
  5.3 Moray's Radiant Energy Device  
  5.4 Anti-Stokes Emission and Similar Processes  
  5.5 Gain in Intensely Scattering Optically Active Media  
  5.6 The Fiber Fuse  
  5.7 Multiple Feedforward and Feedback Semiconductor Loops  
  5.8 Negative Resistors  
  5.9 Suppression of Free Energy Systems Has Been Common  
  5.10 In Conclusion  
Chapter 6 Additional Approaches to Overunity Power Systems.


  6.1 Introduction  
  6.2 Energy Conversion and Energy Amplification  
  6.3 Other Systems of Electrical Interest  
  6.4 Some Magnetic Processes of Interest  
  6.5 Conclusion  
Chapter 7
Aharonov-Bohm Effect, Geometric Phase, and the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG)


  7.1 Introduction  
  7.2 Aharonov-Bohm (Geometric Phase) Effect  
  7.3 Abbreviated History of the Geometric Phase  
  7.4 A Possible New Aspect of the Curl-Free Magnetic Vector Potential  
  7.5 Use of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect in the MEG  
  7.6 Collection of Field Energy in the MEG  
  7.7 Experimental Path to Development of the MEG  
  7.8 Additional MEG Functions  
  7.9 In Conclusion  
Chapter 8 Approach to Antigravity.


  8.1 Introduction  
  8.2 Selected Theories of Gravitation  
  8.3 Selected Antigravity and Inertial Engineering Research Efforts  
  8.4 The Author's Engineering Approach to Local Antigravity  
  8.5 In Conclusion  
Chapter 9 The Supersystem and Remarks on Gravity, Antigravity, and Testing.


  9.1 The Supersystem and Its Considerations  
  9.2 Differences between Effects in COP>>1.0 and COP<1.0 EM Systems  
  9.3 Primarily Concerned With Dirac Sea Holes and Not Lattice
  9.4 Peculiarities of Spacetime Curvature and Dirac Hole Interactions  
  9.5 Charging and Discharging a Capacitor  
  9.6 The Open-Loop COP>1.0 EM Power System  
  9.7 Remarks on Dirac Sea Holes, Currents, and Negative Energy  
  9.8 Remarks on the Observed Acceleration of the Expanding Universe  
  9.9 A Solution to the Hole Current Problem and Close-Looping  
  9.10 Negative Energy: Localized and Nonlocalized  
  9.11 Tests Reinforcing the Antigravity Mechanism  
  9.12 Susceptible Unitary System without Conversion of Dirac Sea  Hole Current  
  9.13 Unitary System with Conversion of Dirac Sea Hole Current  
  9.14 Non-unitary Outrigger Array System  
  9.15 Some Instrument Considerations  
  9.16 Still Anomalous Aspects  
Chapter 10
Cold Fusion: Low Spatial-Energy Nuclear Reactions at High Time-Energy.


  10.1 Explaining Time as Energy  
  10.2 Mechanism Generating Flow of a Mass through Time  
  10.3 Time-Polarized EM Waves and Longitudinal EM Waves  
  10.4 Time Reversal Zone and New Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms  
  10.5 Revision of the Conservation of Energy Law  
  10.6 Some Resulting Low Spatial Energy Nuclear Reactions  
  10.7 Time-Energy Can Generate Instrumentation Anomalies  
  10.8 Additional Implications for the Future  
Chapter 11 Final Perspective:  Permissible COP>1.0 Maxwellian Systems.


  11.1 Introduction  
  11.2 Source Charges, Curved Spacetime, Efficiency, and COP  
  11.3 Truncations of Maxwell's Theory and Discard of System Classes  
  11.4 Examples of COP>1.0 Electromagnetic Systems  
  11.5 Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG)  
  11.6 Physical Considerations of Gauge Freedom  
  11.7 Special Modeling of the Vacuum  
  11.8 Every Charge and Dipole in an EM System Receives and Transduces Vacuum Energy  
  11.9 Energy from the Vacuum Powers Every Electrical Power Line and EM Circuit  
  11.10 Significant Developments in Negative Resistance  
  11.11 In Conclusion  
  Annotated Glossary of Selected Terms.



Appendix A


  Appendix B






  Erratum - Missing Figure 6-5