from TheExaminer Website
One of the major puzzles facing space weather scientists is the Earth’s weakening magnetic field.
As the magnetic field weakens, so too does the Earth’s natural defense against harmful solar and cosmic radiation. In December 2008, NASA scientists discovered a huge breach in the Earth’s magnetic field that was far larger than anything observed previously.
The weakening magnetic field and emergence of giant breaches will allow far more solar energy to enter into the Earth’s atmosphere than anytime in known history. As this happens, the planet’s electric power grid systems will face systemic collapse.
Space Weather scientists have been convening workshops and issuing reports on the prospects of electric grid collapse (Severe Space Weather Events) from severe solar storms. As the magnetic field continues to weakens, introducing independent off-the grid energy systems using renewable energy sources as a lifeline for humanity becomes an imperative.
Among the least understood but potentially most beneficial sources of renewable energy are “new energy” technologies.
Dr T. Henry Moray & his free energy device.
Photo: The House of Moray
In the last 150 years, the Earth’s magnetic field has weakened about 10-15%.
According to some scientists the weakening magnetic field is a prelude to a complete reversal. Mioara Mandea, a scientist at the German Research Centre for Geosciences in Potsdam, concludes that the changes observed so far,
The Earth's magnetic field has reversed itself many times in the past.
It has been pointed out that,
whether the Earth’s magnetic field reverses itself or not in the
near future, its weakening is a scientific fact.
Most simply, the chances of systemic grid collapse become greater. Space weather scientists estimate that recovery times for worst affected areas where large electric transformers need to be replaced will range from 4 to 10 years!
badly affected areas may simply have very little if any electrical
power at all. Electric grid experts such as
John Kappenman have
advised the addition of large resistors to protect vital elements of
the electric grid. The resistors however may not be enough. He
therefore advises the development of renewable energy sources as a
lifeline in the event of systemic electric grid collapse.
Also, most renewable energies such as
solar, wind and geothermal are capital and land intensive, and
therefore will not help much in dense urban areas if the grid
collapses and consumers need to produce their own electricity. This
is where the rapid development and commercial production of “new
energy” generators becomes an imperative
Not so according to Dr Robert Koontz who recently wrote an Open Letter to Dr Michio Kaku rebuking him for dismissing new energy technologies.
Rather than a violation of conservation of energy, Dr Koontz argues
that such devices use “negative mass electrons” which requires a new
way of understanding conservation of energy laws.
Dr Moray was an electrical engineer who developed some of Nikola Tesla’s ideas found in his 1901 Radiant Energy patent. In 1928, Dr Moray developed and tested his first functional new energy device that was able to draw energy from the environment.
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He successfully demonstrated his energy machine to many scientists and engineers who acknowledged that it genuinely worked and no fraud was involved.
However, they could not
understand why it worked. Moray’s device was then dismissed a priori
since it appeared to violate conservation of energy laws. A long
line of inventors have since come forward to demonstrate similar
technologies, but again
these have been
dismissed a priori by most
scientists as perpetual motion machines.
A priori scientific objections based on conservation of energy laws should not preclude the study, testing and development new energy generators. As Dr Koontz points out, there may simply be a new form of energy particles that are being used which maintain conservation of energy laws.
The likelihood of systemic electric grid collapse creates a social, economic and political necessity that ultimately must trump rigid scientific orthodoxy.