The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe - Chapter Two, The Sea of Light Summary & Analysis

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Bill Church of the Church family that founds Church's Fried Chicken, is frustrated by the gas rationing of the early 1970s. He contacts a friend, laser physicist Hal Puthoff, asserting that there must be alternatives to fossil fuel (oil)—something besides coal, wood or nuclear power. Solar, water and wind power are not proving to be robust. Puthoff offers that there exists a giant reservoir of energy—the Zero Point Field. Quantum physics demonstrates that there is no such thing as a vacuum or nothingness in space; rather, it is a hive of activity, energy—in later times called dark matter. The Zero Point Field is so named because it is considered the vast "nothingness" between visible objects and is though to have "zero" energy. That has been proven to be a...

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