[11] **viXra:1109.0052 [pdf]**
*submitted on 27 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Janis Strazdins

**Comments:** 5 pages

Fair sampling assumption is used in photonic tests of Bell inequalities.
However, rigorous testing of this assumption is still to be performed. Here
it is argued that without rigorous testing bias can be introduced that
would mask indications of unfair sampling. For purpose of argument local
realistic model for polarization entangled photons is outlined. According
to model coincidence rate and correlation visibility are complementary.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[10] **viXra:1109.0046 [pdf]**
*submitted on 20 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Jose Javier Garcia Moreta

**Comments:** 6 pages

We present a Berry-Keating model with 'periodic' conditions
in the dilation group ... (see paper)

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[9] **viXra:1109.0044 [pdf]**
*submitted on 19 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Ke Xiao

**Comments:** 5 pages

The fine structure constant give a simple derivation of the localized wavefunction,
Schrödinger equation and the uncertainty principle in Quantum theories.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[8] **viXra:1109.0028 [pdf]**
*submitted on 9 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Claus Wilhelm Turtur

**Comments:** 30 pages

The mechanism of the conversion of zero-point-energy is now understood. This is the basis,
on which zero-point-energy converters can be constructed systematically. Here are the details.
Nowadays the existence of the zero-point-energy of the vacuum is recognized in several
disciplines within physics (as for instance Astrophysics and Quantum Electrodynamics), and
the verification is done, that this energy can be converted into classical types of energy in the
laboratory (see Casimir-effect and others). Also the possibility of its utilization for practical
energy-technology is proven in the laboratory.
After the zero-point-energy of the vacuum is made manifest in such way, the task arises to
clarify the fundamental principles of physics, which explain the conversion of the zero-pointenergy
into any other (classical) type of energy, such as for instance electrical or mechanical
energy. These fundamental basics of Physics are now understood and described in the present
article. Based on this theoretical fundament, the article also explains, how the construction of
zero-point-energy converters can be done systematicially for practical engineering purpose.
This is the first time, when a practical method for the systematic construction of zero-pointenergy
converters is found. The article gives guidelines for the development dynamic
Finite-Element-Algorithm (DFEM), which will enable us to construct zero-point-energy converters
systematically.
Simple models of zero-point-energy-converters can be developed with this method rather
easy. But more complex realistic engines require remarkable effort for computation.
The train of thoughts of this article is rounded up by the explanation of some examples for
consequences of the zero-point-energy and its conversion within everyday life even now, as
for instance the existence of electric charge and the stability of atoms.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[7] **viXra:1109.0027 [pdf]**
*submitted on 9 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Claus Wilhelm Turtur

**Comments:** 11 pages

In [1] one of the authors developed the construction guidelines for a magnetic ZPEconverter,
which he called Electro-Mechanic Double Resonance principle (EMDR). In [2] he
gave a crucial explanation how to make this principle work with low speed rotation. Now we
present technical design drawings so that every skilled mechanician can build up an
experimental prototype.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[6] **viXra:1109.0026 [pdf]**
*submitted on 9 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Claus Wilhelm Turtur

**Comments:** 67 pages

In [Tur 11] the theory of a powerful vacuum-energy converter was developed, and such converters
have been simulated with a dynamic finite element method (DFEM). The result was a theoretical
description of the machine which should be appropriate for technical applications.
Due to many questions from colleagues who read the mentioned article, the author decided to
continue his development on the DFEM-algorithm in order to simulate a zero-point-energy (ZPE)
motor on the computer, as close to reality as possible.
The theoretical background of the simulation is explained in detail here, so that every colleague
should be able, to use the algorithm in the appendix of the publication and to adapted it to the setup
of a vacuum-energy motor according to his own conception.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[5] **viXra:1109.0025 [pdf]**
*submitted on 9 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Claus Wilhelm Turtur

**Comments:** 25 pages

In precedent work, the author presented a method for the theoretical computation of zero-point-energy
converters, called Dynamic Finite-Element-Method (DFEM). In several articles some examples for the
conversion of zero-point-energy have been demonstrated, which deliver an output power in the
Nanowatt- or in the Microwatt- range, which is a fundamental proof of the principle, but not sufficient
for any technical application.
The way towards a powerful zero-point-energy converter in the Kilowatt-range needed some
additional investigation, of which the results are now presented. Different from former fundamental
basic research, the new converter has to be operated magnetically, because the energy-density of
magnetic fields is much larger the energy-density of electrostatic fields, namely by several orders of
magnitude.
In the article here, the author presents step by step the solution of the theoretical problems, which now
allows the theoretical construction of a zero-point-energy converter in the Kilowatt-range. The result is
a model of a zero-point-energy motor with a diameter of 9 cm and a height of 6.8 cm producing 1.07
Kilowatts.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[4] **viXra:1109.0024 [pdf]**
*submitted on 9 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Claus Wilhelm Turtur

**Comments:** 20 pages

A theoretical method for the computation of zero-point-energy converters has been presented as
dynamic finite element method (DFEM) in [Tur 10a], [Tur 10b], but in these articles, only the method
of computation has been described, without taking realizable parameters for an experimental setup into
account. The way to calculate a realistic system for an experimental setup is developed here.
Therefore, the essential aspect is the question, how to control the speed of propagation of the
interacting fields, which are responsible for the force, which drives the zero-point-energy converter. In
the work presented here, these are the fields of the electromagnetic interaction, because for our
example, a capacitor and a coil have to be adjusted in a way, that the frequency of an electromagnetic
oscillation corresponds to the frequency of a mechanical oscillation. It depends on the precision of this
adjustment, whether zero-point-energy is converted or not.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[3] **viXra:1109.0023 [pdf]**
*submitted on 9 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Claus Wilhelm Turtur

**Comments:** 17 pages

The fundamental principle of the conversion of zero-point-energy has been explained in [Tur
10]. This enables us to construct zero-point-energy converters systematically. The method of
computation for such a construction was presented as dynamic Finite-Element-Method
(DFEM), which is a Finite-Element-Algorithm with the supplement of taking the finite speed
of propagation of the interacting-fields (responsible for the forces between the partners of
interaction) between the components of the zero-point-energy converter into account.
In order to illustrate the development from the fundamental principle to the real DFEMprogram,
we now present a small example for this computation, including a short source-code
as a working performance. This algorithm is explained in detail here, so that everybody can
use and further develop it. Finally we analyse a possible zero-point-energy motor with this
program, explaining its conditions of operation and its machine power.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[2] **viXra:1109.0022 [pdf]**
*submitted on 9 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Claus Wilhelm Turtur

**Comments:** 140 pages

The name "vacuum" is usually given to the space, out of which nothing can be taken with
known methods. But it is well-known, that this vacuum is not empty, but it contains physical
objects [Man 93], [Köp 97], [Lin 97], [Kuh 95]. This is also reflected within the Theory of
General Relativity, namely by the cosmological constant Λ , which finally goes back to the
gravitative action of the "mere space" [Goe 96], [Pau 00], [Sch 02]. Its name "cosmological
constant" indicates, that the universe contains huge amounts of space, which lead to measureable
effects, namely it influences the universe's rate of expansion [Giu 00], [Rie 98], [Teg
02], [Ton 03], [e1]. The crucial question of course is, whether it is possible to develop new
methods, which allow to extract something from the vacuum, which could not be extracted
up to now - some of those objects not visible directly up to now.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[1] **viXra:1109.0015 [pdf]**
*replaced on 16 Sep 2011*

**Authors:** Peter Sujak

**Comments:** 2 pages.

In this paper author believes that at least three basic concepts of contemporary physics, Millikan's
experiments, de Broglie hypotesis and relations E= mc^{2} and E=hν must be overviewed.

**Category:** Quantum Physics