Friday, January 11, 2019

Zero Point Energy

What is Zero Point Energy? Thanks to quantum mechanics and Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, we know that the absolute position and velocity of any particle cannot be simultaneously definable.

So even at a temperature of absolute zero, any substance must have a certain minimum energy. This energy is referred to as zero-point energy (ZPE). 

There have been speculations that usable energy might be extracted using ZPE but this is almost certainly pseudoscience.

Lambeth Palace declined to comment.

God bless,



LL said...

Heisenberg's uncertainty principle leaves open the possibility that electrons might even drift between our dimension and another and so with electrons from other dimensions. I don't know if it's fact, but it's a theory.

So which dimension does the good Archbishop and his band of renowns live in? I don't think that it takes a lot of imagination to suggest that something is sucking their brains from another dimension and it's likely demonic, given recent edicts and policies.

The crew at Lambeth Palace doesn't inspire much does it?

Adrienne said...

Funny - I'm reading a cute little mystery novel of mid to late 1800's New York about the time they blew up Hell's Gate (Oct 10, 1885) thereby possibly releasing the spirits who were caught between death and heaven or hell under the rocks.

I'm not sure what this has to do with zero-point energy, but someone smarter than moi maybe could explain that. It looks like all the spirits ended up at that little soiree you've featured in your post and could potentially be dangerous. I would caution everyone to keep some tinfoil handy.

Ed Bonderenka said...

I performed an exorcism once. Seriously. It worked.
I'm available.

LSP said...

That's a very good point, LL. We know they're controlled by Mantis People but there's more to it than that. They're transdimensional. Obvious, when you think about it.

LSP said...

I think I'd enjoy that book, Adrienne. The bad spirits run on ZPE and yes, they lost no time in dimension shifting to the York Synod. You can it in the faces of the bishop figures.

LSP said...

Thanks, Ed, I appreciate that. Please do a "remote job" on the CofE's House of Bishops. Badly needed.