The Tom Bearden
RE:Learning New Physics
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2001 15:50:50 -0500
p. 217: When a system departs from equilibrium conditions, its entropy
Thus the energy of an open system not in equilibrium must
always be greater than the energy of the same system when it is closed
or in equilibrium, since the equilibrium state is the state of maximum
Robert G., The Physics of Time Reversal, University of Chicago
Press, Chicago, Illinois, 1987. Time
reversal symmetry, time reversal asymmetry, time reversibility,
time-reversal invariance, weak interactions, left-right symmetry,
charge conjugation, weak interactions, parity violation, CP
invariance, charge-parity invariance, CPT theorem, Charge-Parity-Time
theorem, violation of T-invariance, space reversal, particle physics,
foundations of physics.
Robert G., "Time Reversal."
Science, 176(4035), May 12, 1972, p. 587-597. The
concept that the direction of flow of time cannot be determined by any
physical experiment has been accepted in the thought and theories of
physicists until very recent years.
The condition is usually taken as a starting principle for
formulating a theory. However,
the notion that the direction of time flow is not knowable appears to
be upset by recent experiments.
P. K; Bearden, T. E; Ciubotariu, C; Coffey, W. T.; Crowell, L. B;
Evans, G. J; Evans, M. W; Flower, R; Jeffers, S; Labounsky, A;
Lehnert, B; Meszaros, M; Molnar, P. R; Vigier, J P; Roy, S.
"Classical electrodynamics without the Lorentz condition:
Extracting energy from the vacuum," Physica Scripta 61(5),
May 2000, p. 513-517.
Mario, Foundations of
Physics, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1967.
my knowledge, there are no simple overunity systems you can just get
parts and build easily. I'm
thinking of one such, or possibly such, which should work.
But I have not built it, and so must wait until we see.
one thing, you clearly must understand the difference between an
equilibrium system (system in equilibrium with its active environment,
including the active vacuum) and one that is open and far from
equilibrium. Books by
Prigogine etc. are useful there, but do not tell you how to do it in
terms of power systems. Just
experiments, some chemical systems, etc.
But Prigogine has it straight.
the Encyclopaedia Britannica can be purchased fairly nominally on a
CD-ROM. It has a wealth
of really nice, congealed technical articles one can "surf"
through and study, with determination.
that should keep you busy for quite a spell. If really serious, you
should also immediately start your own computer data base, with full
reference citation, then with an abstract, then a your personal
comments, then any quotations you wish to extract, then descriptors,
then where you have it filed or if you have it or if you need to get
it. Here is one entry,
e.g., from my own database painfully compiled over the last 30 years.
Copy of patent is in database files.