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Will 2010 be the Year of Zero Point Energy?

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For decades researchers have reported anomalous excess heat when atomic hydrogen and catalysts are involved. The mechanisms and therefore the ability to scale the effect have eluded scientists. Researchers point to chemical and nuclear byproducts but both of which are insufficient to explain the amount of heat detected.In May 2008 The link to this flash video was removed for security reasons note hydrogen on top with normal (red) emission on bonding while moving plates show relativistic atoms translated and spectrum shifted (blue). At bottom an exaggerated multiple vacuum fluctuation is shown twisting with time dilation to appear faster from our perspective vs being displaced by shorter fluctuations per current theory.

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Francis X Roarty, Lockheed systems engineer for underwater systems. trained in engineering physics, electonics, avionics, test and measurement instrumentation, R&D protypying and environmental testing.
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