SubQuantum Kinetics – The Key To Overunity

Any time anyone begins to speak in terms of free energy or perpetual motion machines, skeptics are quick to point out the law of conservation of energy. The reason these devices cannot exist and cannot be made to work, they insist, is because they run counter to the physical laws of the universe. The presence of friction always reduces the energy of a body in motion, and as such, you can never end up with more energy than you put in. You always end up with less.


That sounds great, and it makes a certain logical intuitive sense. The problem, however, is that modern physicists are running into vexing problems in their disciplines. Problems that seem intractable, not because they are intractable, but because of where the physicists examining the problem are starting from. Their point of origin and context is incorrect, which is why they are unable to see past their own biases and find the solution.

The solution lies in Subquantum Kinetics.

This theory stands apart in the physics world in one important way. All other theories begin with the measurable world all around us, and drills down into ever smaller spaces, ultimately arriving at the quantum and sub-quantum world, only to find that the physical laws of the universe behave very differently at the subquantum level. One example of this is the behavior of aluminum. In our every day physical world, we know this substance and its behavior very well. We use it to store and build a staggering variety of devices, and know it to be highly stable. In the subquantum world, however, it is highly unstable and a powerful explosive.

Subquantum Kinetics takes a very different approach to understanding the universe. It begins not at the physical level, but at the quantum level itself, and describes a series of quantum behaviors that build iteratively into the larger world we can see with the naked eye and measure. One of the outgrowths of such a model is that it allows for the spontaneous generation of energy, which of course, perfectly explains the explosive nature of aluminum at the subquantum level. This then, is the key to unlocking the perpetual motion machine.

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