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Last update 10 October 2020

Extracting Energy and Heat from the Vacuum, D. C. Cole and H. E. Puthoff, Physical Review E 48 (1993) 1562 - 1565

Published also in the website of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin via the following link: http://www.earthtech.org/publications/PREv48_1562.pdf

Classical Electrodynamics without the Lorentz Condition: Extracting Energy from the Vacuum, P. K. Anastasovski et al., Physica Scripta 61 (2000) 513 – 517

Published also in the AIAS website via http://www.aias.us/documents/mwe/omniaOpera/omnia-opera-563.pdf

Paper about the so-called EM Drive: Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio-Frequency Cavity in Vacuum,      H. White et al., Journal of Propulsion and Power 33 (2017) 830 - 841

Citation from page 840: "... This suggests that the idea of treating the quantum vacuum as a dynamic medium capable of supporting oscillations might be valid. If a medium is capable of supporting acoustic oscillations, this means that the internal constituents were capable of interacting and exchanging momentum. If the vacuum is indeed mutable and degradable as was explored, then it might be possible to do / extract work on / from the vacuum, and thereby be possible to push off of the quantum vacuum and preserve the laws of conservation of energy and conservation of momentum ..."

Forbes report about the EM Drive

Acknowledgement: Thanks to John Cliss from the company Gravity 42 for mentioning this paper and a similar citation during his talk on 30 September 2017 in Graz in Austria at a conference about novel energy technologies and related topics

Paper about a discussion of the calculation of magnetic fields of permanent magnets and arrangements of permanent magnets which lead to a self-running motion

Essay on Magnetic-Wind Mills - Part 1: Analysis and Design , J. L. Duarte (2019): https://doi.org/10.6100/94FC4756-AC0A-4A9C-A1DD-58530E694BB8

Another two papers "Introducing the Yildiz Motor" and "Modeling the Yildiz Motor" from 2010 and 2012 by Dr. J. L. Duarte from the Department of Electrical Engineeering of the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands: https://novam-research.com/resources/Introducing-and-modeling-the-Yildiz-Motor_v01.pdf

How Do Space Energy Devices Work, published by Dr. Horst Eckardt via the AIAS website: http://www.aias.us/documents/miscellaneous/SpaceEnergy.pdf

Increased voltage phenomenon in a resonance circuit with unconventional magnetic configuration. Paper by Osamu Ide published in the Journal of Applied Physics 77 (1995) 6015 - 6020: https://doi.org/10.1063/1.359520 . Also available via http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/Research/jap77.pdf 

Another paper by Osamu Ide: Possibility of a non-linear electromotive force. http://www.borderlands.de/Links/Non-Linear-EM-Force.pdf

Information document about entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies: https://novam-research.com/resources/information-document.pdf

Slide set of a talk from Adolf Schneider about novel energy technologies on 3 November 2016 at the World Clean Energy Conference (WCEC) at the United Nations City Geneva in Switzerland (35 slides or pages, file size about 2 MB pdf): https://novam-research.com/resources/Novel-energy-technologies_Talk-by-Adolf-Schneider-at-WCEC-on-3-Nov-2016_Slide-set.pdf . Abstract, references, and about the author (7 pages): https://novam-research.com/resources/Novel-energy-technologies_Talk-by-Adolf-Schneider-at-WCEC-on-3-Nov-2016_Abstract_References_About-the-author.pdf

The World Clean Energy Conference (WCEC) took place from 1 to 4 November 2016 at the United Nations City Geneva in Switzerland. On 3 November 2016 there were two talks about entirely novel energy technologies, namely "Novel Energy Technologies" of Adolf Schneider and "LENR Progress and Cooperation Plans" of Dr. Francesco Celani which were announced in the Agenda of the WCEC 2016: https://novam-research.com/resources/WCEC-2016_Draft-of-Agenda_v23-Sept-2016.pdf

Conversion of the Vacuum Energy of Electromagnetic Zero Point Oscillations into Classical Mechanical Energy, published by C. W. Turtur in The General Science Journal in May 2009: https://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Research%20Papers/View/2108 and https://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Research%20Papers-Quantum%20Theory%20/%20Particle%20Physics/Download/2108

Presentation "Innovative Energie-Technologien" by Dipl. Ing. A. Schneider from the Swiss Association for Space Energy (SVR) and TransAltec AG about technologiewhich are based on magnetic fields (mainly in German and partly in English) (2 MB pdf): https://novam-research.com/resources/MagnetmotorenSVR-Tagung2011B.pdf

Introducing the Practice of Asymmetrical Regauging to Increase the Coefficient of Performance of Electromechanical Systems, M. Walters et al. (2005): https://novam-research.com/resources/M-Walters-et-al_Asymmetrical-Regauging-to-increase-COP-21343253.pdf

Devices for Space-Time Resonance Based on ECE Theory, Dr. Horst Eckardt: http://www.aias.us/documents/miscellaneous/Spacetime-Dev.pdf

Simulations of resonances in the homopolar generator, Dr. Horst Eckardt (2012):     https://novam-research.com/resources/Homopolar-Generator_Simulation-of-resonances_Paper-by-H-Eckardt.pdf

The Energetic Vacuum: Implications for Energy Research, H. E. Puthoff, Speculations in Science and Technology 13 (1990) 247 – 257: http://www.earthtech.org/publications/energetic_vacuum.pdf 

Article about an extended theory of electromagnetism by D. Schadach (in German): https://novam-research.com/resources/Extended-Theory-of-Electromagnetism_D-Schadach.pdf

Book "Virtual particles in electromagnetism" by Marcus Reid: https://vakuumenergie.de/book and https://quantumpowermunich.de/education

German-language book "Auf dem Weg in das Raumenergie-Zeitalter" about entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies and related topics by Adolf and Inge Schneider, ISBN 978-3-906571-36-9, year of publication 2020 (in German): https://jupiter-verlag.ch/shop/detail_neu.php?artikel=144& and https://gehtanders.de/produkt/auf-dem-weg-in-das-raumenergiezeitalter

German-language book "Das ewige Licht - Der Beginn eines neuen Zeitalters" about getting usable energy from neutrinos by the former German minister of transport Prof. Dr. Günther Krause, ISBN 978-3-906212-56-2, year of publication 2020 (in German): https://www.pressetext.com/news/20200809001 and https://www.weltbuch.com/das-ewige-licht/#cc-m-product-7889091864

German-language book "Raumenergie-Technik" (Space energy technology) by Prof. (em.) Dr. Dr. Dr. Josef Gruber, ISBN 9783895399107, year of publication 2008 (in German): https://www.weltbild.de/artikel/buch/raumenergie-technik_15632739-1

Unconventional water splitting by a pulsed electrolysis

In established physics / chemistry / science it is assumed that the modulus of the energy which is required to split a water molecule (electrolytically) into hydrogen and oxygen is always equal to the modulus of the energy which is released when hydrogen and oxygen recombine into a water molecule. This is because the two hydrogen atoms and the one oxygen atom in a water molecule are bound together by electric or electromagnetic forces which are considered as so-called conservative force fields, i.e. a closed loop motion of a particle in such a force field can never result in a gain of usable energy.

However, many researchers and inventors have claimed that under specific conditions it is possible to split water into hydrogen and oxygen with much less energy than usual. In this case usable energy can be generated when the created hydrogen and oxygen recombine into water with a release of the usual amount of energy.

The following work is a published example how water can be splitted into hydrogen and oxygen with much less energy than usual, namely by a special pulsed electrolysis:

Economical hydrogen production by electrolysis using nano pulsed DC                       C. H. Dharmaraj and S. AdishKumar                                                                            International Journal of Energy and Environment                                                          Volume 3 (Issue 1), 2012, pages 129 - 136                                 https://www.ijee.ieefoundation.org/vol3/issue1/IJEE_13_v3n1.pdf                             or open or download this paper as pdf from this website.

The authors of this paper have not discussed the potential physics behind this remarkable phenomenon. The author of this website assumes that any physical process can be performed / modified / designed in such a way that it taps an everywhere present and hitherto unexplored energy source which is called space energy, vacuum energy, ether energy, or space-time energy. For further information about this form of energy see an information document about entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies. From this perspective it is assumed that a specifically pulsed electrolysis results somehow in an assisted water splitting where a large part of the required splitting energy is provided by an usable inflow of space / vacuum / ether / space-time energy.

Report from November 2015 about the ECAT technology (5 pages pdf): https://novam-research.com/resources/ECAT.pdf

Paper about a computational study of a special magnetomechanical and rotating system which indicates the possibility of generating assymetric and incommensurable torque signals:

Generation of asymmetric incommensurable torque signals, L. Kurmann and J. L. Duarte, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1407 (2019) 012066 (1 - 5), https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1407/1/012066