if we wish to get free energy, we are going to have to provide a
continuous anenergy river, and a means of tapping it to produce mass
shows one easy way to make an anenergy river.
pump some electrons (spray nozzles) onto an elevated charged ball, and
we LEAVE them there. A second ball is connected to ground. A
higher phi -- that is, a denser spray -- is now in the vicinity
of the elevated ball on the left. A lower phi -- that is, a less
dense spray -- is in the vicinity of the lower ball on the right.
Between the two balls, now, there is a gradient in phi, and a virtual
flux flowing from the "higher virtual pressure" to the
"lower virtual pressure."
river does NOT constitute an Ë-field, as we
have previously pointed out.
region, however, is definitely a region of
curved spacetime. As is well known from general relativity, in
such a region energy need not be conserved.
is entirely possible -- consistent with ordinary physics -- to violate
conservation of energy in this del-phi river, if one believes general
relativity. If one argues adamantly that conservation of energy
cannot be violated under any circumstances, then one must throw out
general relativity. Also, one must throw out most of particle
physics, whose explanations presently involve virtual interactions, each
of which violates the conservation of energy.