Turtur, C. (2010). Is the zero-point energy of the vacuum constant in time and space ?. PHILICA.COM Observation number 58.
Is the zero-point energy of the vacuum constant in time and space ?

Claus W. Turturconfirmed userThis person has donated to Philica (Fachbereich Elektrotechnik, University of Applied Sciences Braunschweig-Wolfenbuettel)

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Observation
Abstract:
Michelson-Morley’s original publications show confusing non-zero drift-velocities. However ether is regarded inexistent. But vacuum is not empty, thus drift-problems contradicting the Theory of Relativity come back.

Vacuum-energy:
Vacuum contains energy, e.g. “elmagn. zero-point energy” [1]. Its density contradicts to observations of astrophysics [2], thus ZPE is not identified with “dark energy of the universe”. There should be further energy in the vacuum [3].
Vacuum-energy is confirmed [4,5]. It can be converted into classical energy [6]. Several converters have been invented [7] but not reproduced with stable operation. Thus they are discussed controversial. E.g. Coler’s apparatus is confirmed, but not understood. The operation is unstable in location and time [8].

Historical:
Dark energy, ZPE, ether remind to Michelson-Morley, because they checked its existence. Today ether is said to be inexistent, but the original publications are not that simple; M&M measured a non-zero drift. In [9] they suspect unknown errors. In [10] they discuss a drift of 5% of the earth’s velocity. Miller improved the precision [11,12] confirming ether-drift, being doubted by Shankland [13]. An ether-drag hypothesis aroused. Ambiguities finally led to reject ether. But vacuum energy corresponds to a substance (quintessence), guiding back into relativistic drift-problems.

Suggested solution:
Earth’s motion might cause eddy curls in ether like a car in air (turbulent flow, non-linear chaotic dynamics [14,15]). Air-flow sensors can display weird flux-velocities and -directions, varying in time and position. In analogy, earth’s motion might show chaotic ether-drift and vacuum-energy, perhaps with astronomical dimensions in time and space.

Different view:
A zero-drift does not exclude the existence of ether. If ether-particles propagate with the speed of light, it is impossible to determine a speed relatively to the ether, due to the Theory of Relativity.

Observation circumstances
Underlying is the reflection about problems with the reproducibility of the conversion of zero-point energy of the vacuum into classical energy.

References
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2. Giulini, D. and Straumann, N. (2000) Das Rätsel der kosmologischen Vakuumenergiedichte und die beschleunigte Expansion des Universums, arXiv:astro-ph/0009368 v1
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8. Hurst, R. (1940) The Invention of Hans Coler, Relating To An Alleged New Source Of Power. B.I.O.S. Final Report No. 1043, B.I.O.S.Trip No. 2394, Target Number: C31/4799
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Peer-review ratings as of 07:52:11 on 11th Dec 2017 (from 1 review, where a score of 100 is average):
Originality = 25.00, importance = 25.00, overall quality = 50.00

Published on Wednesday 24th February, 2010 at 14:22:55.

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The full citation for this Observation is:
Turtur, C. (2010). Is the zero-point energy of the vacuum constant in time and space ?. PHILICA.COM Observation number 58.

Peer review added 27th September, 2011 at 12:58:03

Re author’s “Suggested solution’:

“Earth’s motion might cause eddy curls in ether like a car in air (turbulent flow, non-linear chaotic dynamics [14,15]). Air-flow sensors can display weird flux-velocities and -directions, varying in time and position. In analogy, earth’s motion might show chaotic ether-drift and vacuum-energy, perhaps with astronomical dimensions in time and space. “

1. If the “ether” does not exist, then there are no ‘eddy curls’ either and there is no energy to be extracted—“ex nihilo nihil !”

2. How is there going to be *any* macroscopic flow in a vacuum, turbulent or otherwise ?

3. If there is no macroscopic flow in vacuum, and there are only microscopic fluctuations that cancel each other out over time, then the ‘vacuum-machine’
is not possible, just like all other perpetual motion, or perpetuum mobile ‘inventions’.




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