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Former Nuclear Director Of India Unveils Free Energy Device

November 24, 2014

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Paramahamsa Tewari – He has held responsible positions in large engineering construction organizations, mostly in Nuclear Projects of the Department of Atomic Energy, India. He was also deputed abroad for a year at Douglas Point Nuclear Project, Canada. He retired in 1997 from his position as Executive Nuclear Director, Nuclear Power Corporation, Department of Atomic Energy, India, and is the former Project Director of the Kaiga Atomic Power Project.

Source of report here.

In much of the mainstream scientific world, electrical generators that produce any efficiency higher than unity have been ruled out due to the Law of Conservation of Energy (LCE), but things are changing, and so is science (as it always has). Over the past few decades various scientists -including Nobel Prize winning scientists -have demonstrated that there is an energy that exists in so called “empty space” (space is just a construct that gives us the illusion of separation).

Science has shown us that atoms aren’t sitting in a void, they’re in fact sitting in a sea of energy. Once physicists realized that this energy is there, the next question was whether it could be tapped, or used to develop new, clean green energy generators that run of off this energy.  The answer is yes. Back in the 1980’s a researcher at Hughes laboratory by the name of Robert Forward demonstrated a phenomenon dubbed the “casimir effect” which proved that yes, this energy could indeed be tapped and possibly used to generate energy. (1)

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