The concept of the Universe as concrete objects within empty space is exactly backward, according to Paramahamsa Tewari, creator of the Space Vortex Theory. “A century from now,” he contends, “it will be well known that: the vacuum of space which fills the universe is itself the real substratum of the universe … [and] that vacuum has always existed and will exist forever. Then scientists, engineers and philosophers will bend their heads in shame knowing that modern science ignored the vacuum in our chase to discover reality for more than a century.”
Actually, a century ago, Nicola Tesla patented his “Apparatus for the Utilization of Radiant Energy.” Thirty-one years later, in 1932, he proclaimed, “I have harnessed the cosmic rays and caused them to operate a motive device.” But the mainstream wasn’t interested.
Finally, in 2013, NASA decided to experiment with the idea of using free energy pulled from the vacuum of space as the motive power for thrust production. In their 8-day test campaign on an American-made thruster that operates without propellant they found that a measurable amount of thrust was, indeed, generated inside a container and without any added fuel. In late July of 2014, five NASA scientists published a report on their findings entitled, “Anomalous Thrust Production from an RF Test Device Measured on a Low-Thrust Torsion Pendulum.”
As they expressed in the abstract to their paper, their tests “were designed to investigate and demonstrate viability of using classical magnetoplasmadynamics to obtain a propulsive momentum transfer via the quantum vacuum virtual plasma.”
Roughly translated this means that within the vacuum of space, virtual particles are occasionally and spontaneously generated by quantum wave fluctuations and these particles can be used as fuel. As described in an article on extremetech.com concerning NASA’s experiment with free energy, “Seemingly in contravention of the law of conservation of momentum, the team confirmed that the device produces thrust by using electricity, and nothing else. Supporters call them microwave thrusters or quantum vacuum plasma thrusters (QVPT), while most others use the phrase ‘anomalous thrust device.’ … The thruster essentially turns these virtual particles into a plasma and expels them out the back of the ship, much like a conventional fuel source. The quantum fuel, though, spontaneously appears inside the thruster’s reaction area without even the need for collection or injection hardware.”
Tesla was fascinated and inspired by the teachings of Vedanta, and was in communication with Swami Vivekananda who introduced Yoga and Vedanta to the U.S. and England in the late 19th century. Had we listened to Tesla back then, we could have saved ourselves a lot of time and money. But now it seems the time has come when the invisible can no longer be dismissed as immaterial by mainstream science. The NASA team presented their findings last year at the 50th Joint Propulsion Conference in Cleveland, Ohio.