Ch.Stremmenos – A way out of Middle Ages energy sources

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Christos Stremmenos

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Energy is a very fundamental physical property of the Universe.Rossi-Focardi-Stremmenos
It is defined, generically, as the ability to produce work; it can take many forms: kinetic, thermal, chemical, biochemical, electromagnetic, nuclear; may originate from matter: remember the Einstein equation E = mc2.

It is also contained, in a primitive form and enormous quantity, mathematically estimated to be of the order of 10113J/m3, in the quantum vacuum.

Richard Feynman, addressing to his students in front of an empty cup of tea made the famous statement: “There is enough energy in this empty cup to evaporate all the water in the oceans of our planet!”

Due to the many forms, our knowledge of all its properties is limited but its fundamental property, the conservation law, is well established.

In other words, energy is neither created nor destroyed, but only transformed.

Thus, all methods exploiting energy, convert one form of energy into others more useful for our needs: thermal engines generate mechanical work or electricity in turn available for a very high number of applications.

By regarding the universe as a closed system, energy is constantly circulating: it flows with mechanisms predictable from quantum mechanics, in part experimentally confirmed, from the quantum vacuum to matter; is converted to one of the energy forms creating work and useful interactions; finally, spreads back to the quantum vacuum.
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6 comments to Ch.Stremmenos – A way out of Middle Ages energy sources

  • Andrea Rossi

    Prof:
    It will be the first try: the first hint of voice of a newborn, that I hope will not be born dead.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Prof

    Dear Andrea:
    The test you will make in june will try the infinite COP generating electricity?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars:
    We will supply data when we will have a product working.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars

    Dear Andrea,

    So the E-Cat SKL generates several kW electricity?

  • John

    @ Prof Christos Stremmenos:
    Your paper is coherent with the initial work of Rossi, described in the paper by Prof Sergio and Dr Andrea Rossi
    Do you see continuity points between this stage and the Ecat SK we see in http://www.ecatskdemo.com ?
    Cheers
    John

  • Bernard

    Dear Prof Stremmenos:
    Thank you for your paper and for your history: it was not known that you have been a hero of the Greek resistance against the fascist regime in the seventies!
    With esteem,
    Bernard

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