CREATION OF ENERGY & MATTER
By Paramahamsa Tewari (Exec. Dir., Nuclear Power Corp. of India, Ltd.)
CREATION OF ENERGY & MATTER
Paramahamsa Tewari (Exec. Dir., Nuclear Power Corp. of India, Ltd.)
"Creation of Energy and Cosmic Matter from the Universal Space Substratum," Borderlands, vol 53, no 1 (1997), pp 49-55, 6 refs, 7 figs, 1 table.
The energy in matter is derived from the medium of space which, in a dynamic state, is itself the most basic and primordial source of universal energy. The fundamental matter is identified to the electron which is shown to be a "vortex of space." The velocity of light, c, plays a broader role in the construction of the universe, in the sense that the fluid substratum of space breaks down in its flow when its speed reaches c. The basic equations of classical, as well as quantum physics, are derivable from the very "space-vortex" structure of the electron.
Through a new system of rotating-electromagnet, electrical power at low dc voltage, and high dc currents, and in excess of the total input given to the system, has been generated, showing thereby, that commercially viable electrical power generation can be had in violation of the presently held concept of the "energy conservation law," within the domain of the electromagnetic induction effects.
The substantial reality of the space medium of the solar system is proved by showing that the axial rotation of the planets and the sun are associated with the "space vortices" around these cosmic bodies, that produce between the sun and the planets electrical repulsive forces also, which along with the gravitational attraction and outward centrifugal force, determine the orbital stability of the planets.
The medium of space is the only absolute entity that, with inherent motion in it, exists as the primordial dynamic substratum of the universe. The most fundamental state of energy is the "dynamic space" in the form of "space vortices," which appear as cosmic matter. The dynamics of space is the "cause" whereas, matter is the "effect." The fundamental matter is the electron, which is a specific configuration of gravitational, electric, and electromagnetic fields forming its structure, and it is the interactions of these fields that assemble, out of electrons, different particles, atoms, and cosmic matter as a whole. The properties of space being "absolute" and "nonmaterial," the detection of "spatial reality" is an elusive task, except through the process of inference and experimental evidence of generation of electrical output power in excess of the input.
Lenz's Law, within the electromagnetic induction phenomenon, is equivalent to the "energy conservation law" in mechanics and thermodynamics. Since the experimental results provide conclusive proof of partially bypassing Lenz's Law and consequent additional power production, it is possible to commercially exploit this system of high efficiency space power generation for low voltage, high current applications that will also pave the way for self motive engines in time to come.
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August 7, 1997.