“Clearly when it comes to engineering warp drive or wormhole solutions, seemingly insurmountable obstacles emerge, such as unattainable energy requirements or the need for exotic matter. Thus, if success is to be achieved, it must rest on some yet unforeseen breakthrough about which we can only speculate, such as a technology to cohere otherwise random vacuum fluctuations.”
- Hal Puthoff, Ph.D., Inst. for Advanced Studies-Austin,
Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 2005
August 5, 2017 Austin, Texas - Among the dozen scientists and laboratories who have had a piece of the micron-layered Bi/Mg-Zn to study since 1996, electrical engineer and physicist Harold E. Puthoff, Ph.D., has worked with the strange material twice. Now 81, back in in 1985, Hal Puthoff founded the for-profit company, EarthTech International, Inc. in Austin, Texas. As President and Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Puthoff's primary goal for EarthTech has been to investigate zero-point energy and to evaluate so called “over-unity” devices said to release more energy than they consume from conventional power sources. The hypothesis is that the additional energy is coming from the ambient Zero Point electromagnetic field, low-energy nuclear reactions or some other source. Dr. Puthoff also founded in 1985 and still directs the Institute for Advanced Studies - Austin (IASA), Texas. IASA researches energy generation and space propulsion with funding from anonymous donors, including agencies such as the CIA, NSA and DIA.
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