- Feb. 17, 2020
-- The book, "Hidden Space Energy" by Dr. Stoyan Sarg describes a theoretical model of the controversial zero-point energy of the physical vacuum, as well as technical considerations for accessing this hidden energy source. Despite the quantum mechanical prediction of its existence, the physical origin of zero-point energy is not well understood. The Basic Structures of Matter - Supergravitation unified theory (BSM-SG) developed by Dr. Sarg predicts that this energy can be accessed by a quantum mechanical effect called the Heterodyne Resonance Mechanism (HRM). The HRM effect permits access to this hidden energy source by a process involving the anomalous magnetic moment and the quantum mechanical spin flipping of the electron. The discovered new effect exhibits a specific spectral signature observed by the author in properly activated neutral plasma. The signature of the HRM effect is found in natural lightning phenomena and in some experiments with plasma exhibiting excess output energy. In a summary of extensive observations and experimental results, the author suggested a method for the study of artificial lightning in a laboratory environment with estimations of the input and output energies (Keynote conference talk, July 22-24, 2019, Rome Italy (https://youtu.be/CrYmtdYmX24
)). Although the density of the zero-point energy is lower than the energy density of sources based on chemical reactions, it could find some new applications. The HRM effect is also involved in the phenomenon called Stimulated Anomalous Reaction to Gravity described in the author's book "Field Propulsion by Control of Gravity". Access to the uniformly distributed zero-point energy in space will lead to a new technology suitable for deep space travels. The book is available for purchase by amazon.com. (https://www.amazon.com/HIDDEN-SPACE-ENERGY-Heterodyne-exp...