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A new revolution is taking place, a future where energy does not come from polluting coal, oil or natural gas, but from energy generated in the higher frequency spectrum. This energy beigns at the far infared and higher, it also includes neutrinos from cosmic rays. This energy is called Zero Point or Free Energy. This new form of technology taps energy from an oscillating frequency, and is sometimes called "scalar waves". If you input into youtube Zero Point Energy, you will see thousands of videos of garage inventors building devices that deliver clean, sustainable energy. At this point in time it is like Edison building the electric light bulb, or at the start of the computer revolution where these devices are just a hobby. Much credit goes to Mr. John Hutchinson (famous for the Hutchison Effect) and Mr. Thomas Bearden for revealing the fundamentals of this information to the world.

Important Update! On June 9th, 2013, after 1 year being stored covered in plastic and left outdoors, exposed to wind, sun and rain, some of the batteries were taken out again and tested. 2 of these batteries powered LED lights for over 1 month. As is the case with these devices, when you let them rest, they automatically recharge. You can also create more voltage by shorting out the leads, or adding moisture. This is pretty impressive when you consider they still easily pull over 1 volt after being left a year and outdoors.

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Watch a video of the device getting brighter after 24 hours of activation.

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Before we go further, it is key to understand that this formula contains 2 main components. Starch and Calcium. When these 2 items are brought together, we get a release of energy. One perfect example is when we at researched the key to anti-aging in our article Unlocking the Proper Combination of Foods for Longevity and Anti-Aging

What we discovered is that these same 2 elements are combined together in the foods when people who live extremly old ages. Examples include Fo Ti and Goji Berries, Sweet Potatoes and Yogurt etc. Mr. Li Ching-Yuen who lived to 256 years of age had a diet of Fo Ti (high in starch) and Ginseng, which is high in calcium.

Tissue samples from ginseng and companion species reveal high calcium levels in good stands of wild ginseng (Corbin 1997).


Sodium Silicate is mixed with zinc oxide powder in a 1:1 ratio. This is soaked in a cup with a cotton or similar thin fiber or placed over a #30 to #50 copper mesh screen.

When dried, this is wrapped around a magnesium rod, thinly coated with vaseline. The magnesium rod has a .99% silver wire attached to the top.

The “tan paste” formula consists of the following ingredients (all in a 1:1 ratio): ½ Teaspoon of Calcium Sulfate (gypsum), ½ Teaspoon of Sodium Alginate, ½ Teaspoon of Potassium Chloride (salt substitute), ½ Teaspoon of Epsom Salts and 3 drops of Visine Extra (or PEG 400). This is mixed quickly and thoroughly with distilled water to avoid air bubbles.

After this has dried, a copper mesh or sheet of thin flexible copper with a wire extending from it is wrapped around the dried “tan paste”. The copper mesh screen or copper sheets are first pre-soaked in a solution of ammonium chloride and calcium chloride in a ratio of 1:1 until the water has turned blue. The copper sheet can be “scraped” with an abrasive pad or steel wool before treating to give it a “grain”.

The wire from the copper sheet and the silver wire from the magnesium rod are both used to create d.c. voltage. When 4 or more of these are wired in series, they will easily power an LED bulb. They will run the LED for 6 weeks non-stop or charge small capacitors. After this time, adding 5 drops of water to each side of the tan paste will “recharge” the battery.

The battery cannot re-charge lead acid batteries, due to the low amperage. If a method is found to increase the amperage in such a way it can recharge lead acid batteries, than this paves a way to make a fully electric vehicle completely self-sufficient, especially in rural areas. This would include electric boats, planes, bikes and cars.

Currently these explorers have managed to charge NI-CAD batteries or a battery charger:


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Because this is an emerging science, I highly recommend reading the paper New development in the area of power engineering by Mr. Marcus Albert Reid, July 2008. This is an official scientific peer paper reviewing the crystal power batteries. The paper concludes that the energy generated by these devices comes from the zero point energy spectrum.

Other Scientific and Military Papers:

CASIMIR ACOUSTICS - byRobert Tayag Susbilla - NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL - Monterey, California

Utilization of the Vacuum-energy: Theoretical fundament and Explanation of a ZPE-motor - A series of 5 scientific Articles by Mr. Claus Wilhelm Turtur

The fundamental Principle of the Conversion of the Zero-point-energy of the Vacuum

On page 4 of this document we can see the voltages of different metals when they are in contact with saltwater.

If we go further, looking at this chart we can see that everything fits neatly together to make a working cell. The polymers and elastomers (of which the sodium alginate) is composed of are at the far left of the chart. The metals copper, magnesium and stainless steels are at the other end with voltages differences between them. So simply put, having the metals at either end of a polymer creates electricity. In our device, we are building one that works on the same principles, but instead of using a moist electrolyte like many ordinary batteries, we are using a dry surface, which creates ion transport that powers devices. By not using moisture, corrosion is much more reduced or even eliminated.

Thermal expansion ratios of hundreds of metals (see page 4)

Below I show my latest device which has been lighting 4 LED’s Non-Stop for 2 weeks – WITH NO CORROSION OF THE BATTERY –

From reviewing the literature of other devices as well as my own experience, the batteries show the following characteristics: Series Connections perform better than parallel connections. If connected in series, it is important they are of similar size, voltage and shape. The Amperage varies with the shape of each cell with cylindrical cells showing the highest amperage. Giving a cell a “rest” or “time off” between a few hours or a few days, will allow itself to “recharge automatically”, where it will continue to run for again for weeks at a time without dying. A 1K OHM resistor or higher resistors in the circuit will boost the voltage. Over time , natural galvanic corrosion between the dielectrics corrodes the battery naturally destroying it, not the galvanic effect, which can easily be mistaken for the zero point energy generation occurring.

These machines are so far delivering small loads of power, but the good news is most of the materials used to build them are non-toxic, and don’t pollute the environment, because they are not a carbon based fuel. In the past, inventors have discovered this, but their technology was “seized” by large corporate interests. Today with the internet and the sharing of these plans and research becoming more open sourced, new designs that promise great output are being spread far and wide across the globe without them being in any single location to be ‘seized’. As these models are scaled up to size, you will be able to get enough energy to power an entire household full of electrical appliances in a box the size of a refrigerator or smaller. One Such Researcher is Mr. Fausto Heikkinen who has so far built over 23 versions of a battery that uses sand, carbon, a magnesium core and iron pyrite or gallium. You just add water every few days to “recharge” the unit. So far his best device has powered LED's for 8 months continuously, with periodic drops of water to "recharge it". What is actually happening is crystals are being grown, which create electric voltage, which is than fed into a circuit. His Youtube Handle is "PlengoFreeEnergy" of which you can view many of his dozens of videos. This is only one of many ways to tap the zero point energy field. Working and Proven examples of zero point energy devices in the past include Mr. Thomas Henry Moray who in the 1920's built a device powerful enough to power a heater and light bulbs. It produced over 50,000 watts. It used energy from the atmosphere. The next device is by Mr. Floyed Sweet called the, VTA Device which also put out huge amounts of energy. Here is just one of many researchers trying to replicate the device. Other examples of zero point energy technology can be found here. In my research, I specialize in tapping zero point energy via the Casimir Effect. My Youtube Channel is called ZeroPointBattery where you can see my prototypes. My devices are based on theVan der Waals force

Scientific References:

The pseudo-Casimir force in a slab of material composed of nematically ordered long polymers

Casimir-like Effect in Polyelectrolytes

Effects of a strong polyelectrolyte on cement suspensions

Single oxide p-n junction demonstrated

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Using Ionic Electrons to Tap the Quantum Vacuum

The nutrient delivery system that nourishes plants illustrates a perfect example of the casimir effect taking place. In the case of CEC soils where higher amounts of magnesium, potassium and calcium increase the nutrient uptake of the plants when the PH level of the soil is above 7, which is also known as an increase in the amount of cations or negative charges, we can use this same principe to engineer a device that conducts ions to generate electricity.

“Calcium sulfate (CaSO4 2H2O) dissolves (dissociates) with moisture into calcium and sulfate. The sulfate (SO4) attaches to excess magnesium (Mg) on the soil surface molecules, making soluble Epsom salts which flush down out of the soil profile. The remaining Ca then replaces the Mg on the soil particle.“

When the sodium alginate is added to the calcium chloride, an exchange reaction takes place, going from an acidic substance to an alkaline substance. The calcium ions replace the sodium ions. Because the calcium ions have a +2 charge, several polymer chains may be cross linked to form a thicker polymer. The more micron sized the cations, the easier the flow becomes. Sodium Alginate is a negatively charged polyelectrolyte (anionic), in the carboxylated polymer class. Other materials that carry this same charge include acacia, alginic acid, pectin, tragacanth, xanthan gum, carbomer, sodium carboxymethycellulose (used in visine eye drops) and polypetides.

Levels which hold a positive charge, plastics, fibers and paper hold a positive charge or are called anions. Anions include kaolinite and montmorillonite clays, which are common in soil and create the ionic gateway to fertilize plants. This same “force” can be seen manifesting itself in the chemical weathering of minerals and in the ion exchange mechanism between metals.

When the PH level of the mix used to make the zero point battery (also termed the tan paste) is above 7.0 (or alkaline), an incredible reaction occurs. Powerful cross linked electron flows are established, which create electrical current in the D.C. range.

To add stability to our zero point energy battery paste, using the CEC soil model, we want to be sure to have a larger number of negative charges, than positive charges. Other materials that will serve the purpose as fiber paper include rayon, nylon, or paper.

Metals with high ionic potentials, such as magnesium, act as “magnets” drawing electrons through to create small, but powerful electrostatic currents which copper converts into electricity. This means that the core problem of hard water comes from static forces, of which high levels of magnesium and calcium must be present.

Metals with the highest ionic potential in order from most powerful to least are: 1: Beryllium, Magnesium, Calcium, Strontium, Barium and Radium, with Barium having the most divalent metal cations.

When we can use a polyelectrolyte or polymer with electrostatic properties such as sodium alginate which is a Polyampholyte (also known as an Electroactive polymer), it boosts the the electrical output significantly. These are used in ionic crosslinking with plastics to boost conductivity. The electrostatic charge is further boosted by combining the calcium chloride with sodium alginate, which forms miniature spheres. These spheres are what help create electrostatic charges.

Polyampholytes have such a strong electrostatic generating ability that they are added to waste water in treatment plants to bind to the waste and create giant large molecules, making them heavier than water, allowing the waste to sink to the bottom to be easier to process. Polyampholytes are also very powerful in improving Flocculation (another “clumping” together of molecules).

The Basic Principle of Engineering Energy from the Quantum Vacuum using Organic and Inorganic Substances

Another model that fits the casimir effect is the Galvanic Corrosion principle, where metals corrode to produce a D.C. Voltage. The further apart the energy levels of these metals, the more energy potential. When we separate these two metals and introduce an object that has a strong electrostatic producing mechanism, such as sodium alginate, we get d.c. voltage. All without having to use a sulfur based liquid electrolyte that corrodes and fades out over time.

As this chart shows, copper and magnesium are at opposite ends, due to their higher and lower levels of energy density. If water, or a polyelectrolyte, or a superconductive material or an electrostatic generating material, is inserted between these two we get d.c. voltage. The casmier force can be tapped via reflective surfaces, moisture, or forms of hydrogen bonds, which is why when you add water to magnesium and place it on a conductive surface, such as copper, you get d.c. voltage. By using copper, which is of a positive charge and magnesium, which is of a negative charge, and both metals being of different energy levels, we can induce an transfer of ions to create power. When this dynamic equilibrium is established, the potential difference creates a voltage. Reference: How Corrosion Creates Electricity

Casimir forces are easily trapped via shiny reflective surfaces at the molecular level. Many materials exist with these properties such as the class of semi conductive polymers and polyelectrolytes. The longer the “molecular strands” in these conductive polymers, the more conductive they become to extracting zero point energy. Also the more we can align these strands in the conductive polymer, just like aligning the poles of a magnet, the more they “fold on top” of each other creating miniature “mirrors” at the molecular level. Many of these polymers have high refractive/reflective index/values, which helps boost the reflectivity because they form minature spheres. All these reactions are taking place at the quantum level. Many of these substances also exhibit strong resistance to heat and flames and are of an alkaline composite structure.

The Magic of .999 Silver

Using the purest silver is key to constructing a successful device. I use .999 Silver Wire in my Device. Silver is in the same thermal conductivity as Uranium and Dr. Morays zero point energy device used elements of Uranium and Thorium which are in the same thermal conductivity range as silver.

Scientific References:
Thermal Conductivity Table

The Moray Device

The Moray Device Indepth

"This "valve-like detector" is what led him to do research into semi-conductive materials, and from this soft white stone he developed his first valve and the valve which was used in some of his early Radiant Energy devices (silver wire touching a stone can act as a rectifier)." Bismuth and Molybdenum, also used as doping agents are in the same thermal conductivity range as silver.

At the molecular level, many of these zero point energy drawing materials contain structures layered in a style called “lamellar” microstructures, which are composed of fine alternating layers of semi crystalline material. This shows the casimir effect causes the zero point energy to flow into our domain. The well-known casimir effect occurs when two plates are placed a small distance apart and a current is created between the two plates. When you have nanosize structures layered one on top of the other in a layer formation, you create a “plate like” structure, of which tiny currents can flow through.

This layering effect also occurs in the oscillating minerals pyrite and galena. In the field of geology, the term is known as “lamellar twinning” or “albite twinning”. These layers also have semi conductive properties. Hematite is a substance that portrays lamellar structures and you can find people making batteries out of them on the internet. Another mineral is limonite, which is very similar to hematite and explorers found strange spheres of limonite on expeditions but could never figure out what they were used for, most likely there were a battery power source. I don't use these because they are acidic and corrode the magnesium.

Many of these substances are semi crystalline structures, which gives them their piezoelectric properties. Polymers and cellulose, both fiber membrane structures, are ferromagnetic and when their poles are aligned using a static magnetic field, show a dramatic increase in their piezoelectric properties. Alignment of the poles in cellulose materials also adds a more ordered ‘structure’ to the layers, increasing the layers for the zero point energy to flow through. Organic polymers and conductive polymers are now being used in a new form of electronics called “organic electronics” to carry current.

An excellent research study about conductive polymers from MIT shows these connections clearly.

The conductive polymers have the following properties:

Absorb High Frequencies – Have Piezoelectric Qualities - Absorbs Moisture Readily - Absorb Energy in the T-Ray Spectrum - Polyelectrolyte in Nature - Has High Ionic Properties - Creates Oscillations and Resonance - Fire Retardant Properties - Piezoelectric and Pyro electric Properties - Superconductivity Properties -Used as Opacifiers (brightens paints, etc.), - Used in Ink Toner - Used in Wastewater Treatment (the polyelectrolytes) - Used in Aquaculture – Used in Shirt Dyeing Chemical Reactions (sodium alginate is one example)

Many of the substances used in aquaculture can be used in zero point energy battery technology, probably because of the high natural polymer content. One excellent material is sodium alginate. Many compounds used to grow crystals are also good conductors of zero point energy and they should have a monoclinic structure. Examples include calcium gypsum sulfate and cupric sulfate, both of which are oxidizers. Examples include sodium fluoride, which you can see people who have made batteries out of toothpaste, which is high in sodium fluoride. Toothpaste also contains the highly piezoelectric substance polyethylene. Polyetheylene is used to speed the growth of crystals.

The reason you can find many YouTube videos of people making cement batteries from Portland cement is because Portland cement is a conductive polymer, also called “polyelectrolyte”. Some of these cement batteries have their power boosted when metals with a high reflectivity and strong superconductive values are added to the Portland Cement such as zinc and/or tin oxide. Official Scientific Review Abstract Paper. Cement Based Piezeoelectret- This scientific paper shows how Portland Cement generates electrical power.

By researching conductive polymers the research literature shows that superconductivity of polyelectrolytes can be significantly boosted by adding the right oxidized metals. The oxide perovskites are copper oxides which are superconducting and include the perovskite oxyfluorides classes.

We want to work with materials that do not corrode magnesium metal (but are alkaline based and induce an ionic current instead). The metals of different energies must also conduct d.c. electricity with the center of the device capable of generating large numbers of ions. This means the relationship between corrosion and ionic current are both very similar forces.

By using an electrolyte that does not corrode, but instead helps draw ions towards the magnesium, we can tap d.c. voltage for a very long time. These electrolytes are known as “strong electrolytes ”. They include potassium chloride (also known as salt substitute), calcium gypsum sulfate, sodium hydroxide (also known as Lye, used to make Ormus and Create an Alkaline PH) and a few others. The great benefit of these ionic producing substances is they are alkaline, so no sulfuric acid will eat into our magnesium rod. On the refractive index scale, magnesium is one of the lowest, compared to conductive polymers, which have high refractive values. The magnesium extracts this energy partly because it acts as a “dark” substance, absorbing light. Think of the same concept as shining light in a dark room, it is the darkness that absorbs the light.

One of the first organic polymers was developed by Mr. Henry Letheby in 1862 by oxidizing aniline in sulfuric acid, creating a form of polyaniline.

The reaction causing the galvanic corrosion between 2 metals of a higher and lower energy level and also in nature, mirrors the same reaction affecting metals in the presence of moist soil or seawater both of which significantly increase galvanic corrosion. During geomagnetic storms, this corrosion becomes stronger because geomagnetic energy flows through the soil, as well as the ocean. In nature we are all aware of how pipes corrode due to the soil condition (CEC). When measured this galvanic corrosion generates current between 0.50 and 1.75 volts, which is the same voltage we get out of our “rock batteries”. Therefore instead of using soil to corrode the conducting minerals, we are now using an electrostatic alkaline artificially created substance that does not corrode the conductors, but instead generaets generates an ionic flow.

It is interesting to note that corrosion, which can occur via heat or chemical reaction is one way to make a one way diode or oscillator, which taps zero point energy. More about this later. The “strong alkaline electrolytes” potassium chloride and calcium chloride are made via a chemical reaction by mixing sulfuric acid with calcium or potassium to yield potassium or calcium gypsum sulfate. These are really oxidized substances, having one way diode rectification properties. You can easily do a youtube search term (oxide + diode or nanodiodes + casimir effect) to see how this is done.

The Sodium Alginate helps form a stiff gel, rubbery type texture, helping to induce the ionic current, which loves electrostatic fields.

Many substances that absorb large amounts of water will also have polyelectrolyte properties, or are capable of conducting electricity and large numbers of electrostatically based ions. Examples include sodium alginate, chitosan and guar gum.

Sodium Alginate also has lattice shaped patterns, which help create a mirror effect to draw in the Casimir forces. Sodium Alginate is also a strong electrolyte because it is in the Polyelectrolytes group, which develops substantial charges when dissolved or swollen in a highly polar solvent medium such as water.

As will be explained later in this article, sodium alginate has a high affinity for Bragg's Law, which shows each crystal lattice creates a reflection of X- rays (infrared) caused by imaginary "mirrors" formed by atomic planes. This means that the Casimir forces are being reflected strongly between these materials with lattice structures having strong thermal, heat or infrared reflection capabilities. The lattice constant between sodium hydroxide and potassium chloride are very similar. Lattice Constants of the Table of Elements

Many materials that are flame retardants and that reflect heat contain millions of tiny “strands”, similar to asbestos, with reflective properties in the infrared region, of which the spectrum of heat is made up of. This also explains why more zero point energy is present at the peak of solar flares, because more infared is present in the sunlight. Many zero point energy devices will show an increase in zero point energy extraction when an infrared diode is added to the circuit. When light or infrared energy bounces between these 2 shiny reflective surfaces, it creates millions of tiny oscillations at the molecular level. All we need now are the right metals to turn these oscillations into energy and create d.c. voltage, just like a crystal radio set vibrates to create d.c. voltage.

A Deeper Study of the Zero Point Energy Field

Zero Point Energy goes by the following names in the scientific field: Zero Point Energy, Quantum Vacuum, Johnson Background Noise and the Casimir Effect.

Devices and methods used to detect radio signals are also detecting the zero point energy radiation. Electronics at the nano scale call this “casimir interference”. One example is pyrite, used in early crystal radios, where a piece of small wire known as a “cat’s whisker” was used to detect a radio signal. Other minerals that can be used to detect these high frequency oscillations include galena, silicon carbide, silicon, borite, and germanium, as well as many others.

oxidation can occur by varying methods. Some examples are surfaces that oxidize can also be used to tap these high frequencies. Oxidation can occur by varying methods, some examples are a chemical reaction involving extreme heat or increasing the PH level chemical reaction, by starting at an acidic level and than ending just below PH 11, which causes a “crosslinking” "rectification" "oxidation" effect to occur, which opens a gateway for the zero point energy to flow through. One method is to heat a copper pipe until red hot, than plunge ½ to 1/3rd of the copper pipe into a cool cup of water with borax solution. Another method is to heat up a piece of heat treated galvanized sheet metal until red hot, than when it has cooled, apply a 30 gauge copper wire in a “cat whisker” arrangement until you find the voltage or correct sine wave. This method works just as good as a piece of zincate, which is a common oscillator. You can see this method at for more info.

When you create these chemical reactions with the right metals, you create a process where current flows only one way, also known as a simple diode or crude semiconductor. This one way current flow for some reason is highly conductive to drawing in zero point energy, possibly because the pure zero point energy is an A.C. oscillation current. The Diodes turn it into a one way circuit, thus changing the direction of the oscillations, creating d.c. voltage.

This chemical reaction is also commonly known as “crosslinking” in the world of plastics. Propylene has the highest dielectric constant out of all plastics. Potassium chloride when mixed with Elmer’s glue creates a simple battery, because the potassium chloride oxidizes the glue. This creates long chain molecules in the glue, making it harder and creating a piezoelectric, and pyro electric effect.

Elmer’s glue contains polyvinyl alcohol, a piezoelectric material, which is why you can make batteries from glue, epoxy, or common household cement.

Polyvinyl alcohol or PVA has a high ionic net charge, and is why Elmer’s Glue works because it contains PVA, which increases the ionic charge towards the magnesium rod. Today's concrete is made of Polymers and/or polyelectrolytes, which is why cement batteries work because the crosslinks oxidize the paste, allowing battery power to run for months. You can do a online search for “cement batteries” and see this in action.

An over-extreme example of crosslinking is mixing Elmer’s glue with sodium borate, which creates “silly putty”. Plastics use crosslinking all the time. The longer the chain, via crosslinking reactions, the harder the plastic and the more piezoelectric it becomes.

The crosslinking/rectification/oxidation effect also occurs in foods and in the food arena is known as polymorphs. Foods that are highly piezoelectric include cocoa butter, sunflower, palm, olive and menhaden oils.

Crosslinking (oxidation) increases conductivity significantly. The most conductive polymer easily commercially available is polyamide 11, also called nylon 11. It comes from castor or vegetable oil and is used to make plastic bolts that are strong and flexible. It is also highly piezoelectric. Another polymer that is highly piezoelectric is polyvinylidene fluoride. PVDF screws are available on and you can use acetone or black abs plastic cement to melt them down and form into shapes and mix with magnesium sulfate to create a conductive polymer.

To learn more enter the term casimir effect + polymer for more info.

Many of these conductive polymers are also very highly resistant to flame and are used in flame proof materials, probably due to their ferromagnetic properties. Ceramics exhibit many of these properties and make good conductors of zpe energy. Sodium Alginate also combines well with ceramics to make special fibers and textiles. Also by adding calcium chloride to it, it creates a gel that cannot be dissolved by water, keeping the moisture in, and preserving the electrolyte.

Researchers have now developed a battery made out of bacteria. What happens here is the bacteria produce conductive, piezoelectric polymers, which create the electricity.

The zero point energy field can also be drawn through piezoelectric devices. Microphones, designed to pick up high frequencies, can be used to generate current, when you squeeze a piezoelectric transducer, you get d.c. current.

Fibers that have monoclinic structure include cigarette butts and the “roll your own” tobacco papers.

Minerals that conduct zero point energy also show conchoidal fracture properties, meaning if you break a piece off, at the nanoscale they look like little “lenses”, just as you would see on a pair of glasses or a broken glass bottle. These act as a tiny focusing lens, to the zero point energy.

Today’s researchers are running into the zero point energy field more and more due to the rapid advances in nanotechnology. The zero point energy is starting to interfere with some of these electronics and I predict great advancements in zero point energy technology to stem from the interference caused by the Casimir Effect in the future.

The Electricity Generating Process Explained

This new type of battery harnesses small oscillations from small chemical reactions occurring at the nano scale. Here are details of my early engineered devices.

The magnesium core is coated with a sulfide mineral such as pyrite or galena or both. This is a high thermal conductive material, which draws ions towards it. Next a thin membrane made out of a flexible cloth or an object containing cellulose such as cotton, rayon or paper, which are porous with diameters ranging from 0.5 to 15μ, giving them strong porosity effects.

These substances include ceramic fiber paper, nylon, chitosan, sawdust, cork, cotton and Tourmaline powder (which is high in Boron and Aluminosilicate, which ceramic fiber paper is made out of). These substances are of a low thermal conductivity.

These porosity materials are than wrapped around the solid rod of magnesium. Next sodium silicate is applied over the top of the porous media, which provides a protective coating, and raises the PH level of the fibers to approximately 11.5 (also known as the “ormus” harvesting levels”, which is the level seawater "oxidizes" to bring out healing minerals). It also helps contain and retain the oscillation energy originating from the magnesium rod and the fibers. What occurs is the low thermal conductive fibers are helping create ion transfer between the materials creating oscillation which is than turned into d.c. current.

Next after this assembly has dried, it is placed into a copper bowl fixture, upon which a Desiccant material is placed around it. Desiccants are of low thermal conductivity, which also help create a “dry heat” helping to boost the oscillation effect. Desiccants include Activated Carbon, Common Beach Sand, Limonite, Limestone/Calcium Chloride, Activated Clay, Calcium Gypsum Sulfate and sodium lauryl sulfate. The Desiccants act as a “super capacitor.” It is common knowledge that G.E. Used Activated Carbon in their Super Capacitors. Article Reference Source: General Electric engineers experimenting with devices using porous carbon electrodes.

As the Desiccants are added, they create an evaporation effect when water is applied to them, raising the PH once again to alkaline levels, helping with the ion transfer. The one currently used in the crystal cells is activated carbon and sand. Other mixes should yield more powerful results and are to be forthcoming.

Below I have drawn a rough sketch of the general framework of how my early devices operated. Please exclude the crude diagram, as I whipped it up online at an Internet Library Computer in 10 minutes. This assembly is than placed into a copper bowl and than filled with the proper desiccant, such as Activated Carbon and Sand.
the zero point

When you add Alum powder to the water and add this to the activated carbon and sand, the voltage increases even further.
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Much of this is dependant on the “Ormus” effect. This is when a certain PH level is obtained by rasing the PH level of an organic substance upon which it opens a “gateway receiving antenna” for not just energy, but healing. Here are some examples:

Lye increases the PH of saltwater to make Ormus – A powerful topical healing compound

The “Rock Batteries” by Mr. John Hutchinson are made by heating Epsom Salts (oxidizes them) to just the right temperature

Bio-ceramic beads are created by heating the Ceramic in a kiln to just the right temperature where they are than cooled. These beads change the molecular structure of water

Below is a video by one inventor with over 20 designs he has shared with us on YouTube.

In the below video I replicate the rock battery. The unfinished unit is drawing almost 1 complete volt. Remember, these batteries never run out of energy.

In the video below, I demonstrate this principle with the gallium, which is similar in molecular structure to iron pyrite. My youtube channel for this research is zeropointbattery.

One interesting discovery, is the same principle used to “recharge” the body overnight almost uses the same chemistry principles in the construction of zero point energy battery devices. From this I conclude that when the body is “recharged” or going through stages of anti-aging or “rejuvenation”, small crystals in the cells of the body are tapping into the zero point energy field, restoring the cells to youth.

It is my conclusion that zero point energy and longevity have much in common. By looking at a chart of the Index of Refraction of Materials we can clearly see that the materials with the refractive values between 1.38 and 1.60 have piezoelectric properties. Raw butter happens to fall within this range, as well as the lens of our eyes. My research has shown that Visine Eye Drops, which contain PEG 400, boost the zpe battery performance. Also butter has been linked to longevity, and milk, from which yogurt comes from, is one of the most powerful longevity foods and is within the above refractive values.

Researcher Tom Bearden Phd explains in mathematical terms how zero point energy can be used to reverse aging in these two articles. Article 1 and Article 2. And the Zero Point Energy Wand also claims to have age reversal effects using its wand, although I have not tested this myself.

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