Violation Protocol

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Energy Creation by Continuous Interference of a Charged Particle System


  This protocol is an elaboration of the redistribution protocol with charged particles that is discusses elsewhere on this website.  The jist of the idea is to use either of a continuous stream of charged particles in a beam that are subject to a preparation for interference or a finite beam of single charged particles which is subject to a continuously iterated preparation for interference, or a combination of the two.  The former, a continuous stream of charged particles in a beam that are subject to a preparation for interference, would involve a source of single charged particles that are subject to a preparation for spatial interference, whether it be a Mach-Zehnder style interference or a complete spatial interference effect with a beam splitter and a screen (both are discussed in the paper I have published at ).  I assume that the preparation for spatial interference is one which has an output configuration that will provide a free energy of electric potential as is predicted in the published paper.  In this case we can project that each charged particle which enters the interferometer will be measured in a configuration of increased energy, so in order to make a substantial amount of energy created we must subject many such systems to the preparation.  Thus we have the continuous beam of charged particles being subject to the preparation and each particle is granted an amount of free energy of electric potential.

  In the second protocol of consideration we have a finite beam of single charged particles subject to a continuously iterated preparation for interference.  In this protocol we use a source of a finite number of charged particles in a beam and subject this beam to many sequential preparations for interference.  This can be done many different ways but the obvious way is to have many sequential preparations of a Mach-Zehnder style interferometer which all have a light port and dark port (which implies that the preparation of path lengths is for that of constructive or destructive interference where a maximum number of particles exit one output port) and each interferometer has as its input the light port output of the former interferometer of the sequence.  If we assume that each preparation for interference can only allow the particles to exit the light port with 100% certainty (a perfect light port and dark port interferometer) then we may neglect the dark port outputs and we can assume that the charged particles will be subject to the complete sequence of interferometers which results in an increase of the energy of electric potential for the beam.  If we assume that each preparation for interference is not that of a perfect light port and dark port interferometer and that there will be output at each port, then we must have a continued sequence of interferometers for every output port of every interferometer.  This would require many more interferometers to achieve the same or less end value of potential energy gained, so we assume that the preferential sequence is the one with perfect light port and dark port interferometers.

  The preferred total preparation of the protocol might in fact be a combination of the two above stated possibilities, a continuous stream of charged particles being subject to a continuously iterated preparation for interference.


This page of the website was added on December 18, 2013.


An obvious additional note to this part of the site, is that the continuous protocol with single charged particles could be achieved with a single interferometer and a feedback loop.  As long as each particle is subject to the preparation of interference again and again, then we would expect an iterated increase in energy of electric potential every time the particle passes through the interferometer.


This comment was added on June 24, 2014.


Final Comments from September 2014:


  Basically, the quest to find free action and free energy/momentum from interference effects has lead to a single definitive experiment or protocol.  This has been discussed above on this page of the website.  The protocol is that of subjecting a charged particle system to a preparation of single particle interference and optimising the interference effect for the case of maximal "bunching up" of the particles.  In the case of amplitude splitting interferometry (like the Marton interferometer for single electrons) one would optimize the interferometer by setting the path difference to a maxima or minima of interference where there is a light-port/dark-port output.  In the case of normal spatial interference with fringes one would optimize the preparation by selecting out the particles that have a final position in the interference fringes that is near the maxima of interference.  In the case of temporal interference, like that of a quantum beat, one would optimize the interferometer by selecting out the particles that are collected at the time of the peak or maxima of intensity of the interference pattern.  By simply selecting out this optimal bunching of charged particles, one has collected the particles for which it is speculated that they have the greatest amount of additional free energy/momentum.  The bunching up implies a greater energy of electrical potential, which would be for free if there is a free action which causes the bunching.  If the speculation is incorrect then we have a selection of particles for which there should be a measurable redshift (or non-shift depending on the choice of interferometry) in the spectra which compensates for the gain in potential.

  If it is indeed the case that there is a free energy/momentum in this protocol then we would simply subject the particle to a sequence of many such preparations (or subject many particles to a single such preparation) in order to maximize ones gain in energy/momentum.

  The only additional consideration for this protocol is to use a different type of quantum mechanical effect (other than standard interference effects) which must have a recombination of paths that is contingent upon a lack of path knowledge in the preparation, as in the case of ionic spin recombination.

  This speculation is summarized with an illustrative example of amplitude splitting interferometry with single electrons in a published document at the link below:

In this example it is calculated that the blueshift (or non-shift in the case that energy is conserved) due to the free action is on the order of micro electron volts for a single electron in a beam with an average electron spacing on the order of centimeters.

This section of Final Comments was added on September 10th, 2014.