Zero-point energy

From: Aleksei Riikonen (
Date: Sat Feb 12 2005 - 18:51:00 MST

This zero-point energy stuff is interesting. This is where they study the

"The theory was first proposed in a paper published in The Physical Review
in 1994 but is just now gaining momentum in mainstream physics. So impressed
with the work of Haisch and his two collaborators, Alfonso Rueda at Cal
State Long Beach and H.E. Puthoff of the Institute for Advanced Studies at
the University of Texas, Arthur C. Clarke gave the three stellar treatment
in his 1997 novel, 3001: The Final Odyssey. In the book, Clarke names the
propulsion system in the novel's starship a "SHARP drive" after Haisch,
Rueda, Puthoff and their theoretical predecessor, Russian physicist Andrei
Sakharov, who developed some of the principles upon which the zero-point
field theory is based."

One of the central publications:

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