Zero-point energy is the fuel of the future. IRI invites you to learn more about the fundamental energy of the quantum vacuum and how it can be used for practical applications and useful work.
"Is Zero Point Energy a Game Changer?" Article by Randal Mayes that includes an interview with Dr. Tom Valone
Pyrrole's molecular movement at Cambridge Chemistry Dept. runs "counter to classical physics" and is explained only by attributing 2/3 to zero point energy (first story archived in FE eNews, April 2013).
Physics of the Zero Point Field and its Applications to Advanced Technology edited by T. Musha is a new book by Nova Publishers with first chapter on the "ZPE historical background" and last chapter on "future prospects" contributed by Dr. Tom Valone.
Dr. Garret Moddel's website on his breakthrough ZPE experiment that releases RF radiation from zero point energy at the University of Colorado.
Vacuum Energy (ZPE) as the "leading candidate" to explain dark energy - New Scientist.
"Quantum Vacuum Engineering for Power and Propulsion is a profusely illustrated COFE3 paper by David Froning, professor at U of Adelaide, Australia (8 MB PDF)
Zero Point Energy: Fuel of the Future book review - published in New Scientist (one-page PDF)
Press Release Nov 18, 2009 (PDF)- Dr. Valone Briefs Navy in Newport for three hours on zero point energy
"Measurement of Quantum Noise" - Koch - Phys. Rev., 1982 (2 Mb PDF) is a milestone journal article that established the existence of quantum fluctuations of zero point vacuum energy inside a solid state junction.
"Proposed Use of Zero Bias Diode Arrays as Thermal Electric Noise Rectifers and Non-Thermal Energy Harvesters" is a peer-reviewed paper presented at SPESIF February 24, 2009 sponsored and published by the American Institute of Physics and includes an errata correction.(AIP).
New Scientist special collection of articles on dark energy which has been attributed to the presence of zero point energy in the quantum vacuum throughout space.
"Slideshow for Zero Point Energy and Diode Array Presentation 2009"(PDF) presented at Space, Propulsion and Energy conference (SPESIF) Feb. 24, 2009 and also to the Naval Strategic Studies Group, Newport RI, Nov. 12, 2009.
Zero Point Energy Diode Project Executive Summary is a short 12-page proposal for the development of a zero bias diode array for the production of electricity from ambient energy.
Diode Energy Array Converter (DEAC) Solid State Energy Generation Project Proposal prepared for interested supporters who want to see quantum vacuum energy put to work to benefit humanity with carbonless power.
"Zero Point Energy from the Quantum Vacuum" is a YouTube video from a conference lecture by Dr. Valone which is a popular introduction to the subject of "zero point energy" and how it can be used.
Zero Point Energy: The Fuel of the Future is a new book by Dr. Tom Valone for the general public.
"To the stars" Future Energy eNews article reprinted from Aviation Week and Space Technology, March, 2004 describes aerospace and gov't ZPE efforts.
Zero point energy position paper is available as an introductory, easy-to-read summary of the concepts.
"Movement from nothing" article from Nature, Feb, 2004 details a new discovery about ZPE.
The Practical Conversion of Zero-Point Energy: Feasibility Study of Zero-Point Energy Extraction from the Quantum Vacuum for the Performance of Useful Work, a book authored by Dr. Thomas Valone, has now been released by IRI. Visit our IRI Order Page to obtain a copy. The Feasibility Study of ZPE eBook version (3 Mb PDF) is available for FREE. Designed for serious ZPE researchers, preview the Toolkit summary chart, Toolkit for Vacuum Engineers from the book.
"Tom Valone, PhD, Speaks on Zero-point Energy Extraction from the Quantum Vacuum" is a review article recently published. Order a DVD of the talk, which received cheers and a standing ovation for its clarity and content. It is item #829 is $25 on the Online Order Page.
"Zero-Point Energy and the Future" #822 is an introductory ZPE report available on the IRI order page.
Zero-point energy on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia is a great popular introduction to the topic, with lots of links.
NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Project is in need of funding to continue research on ZPE.
ZPEnergy.com is a popular website devoted to zero point energy.