Spheromaks: The Electron Clusters That Mainstream Science Haven’t Ignored

The subject of Kenneth Shoulders electron clusters or Exotic Vacuum Objects (EVOs) is one that most people would describe as less than mainstream. However, in reality, mainstream science has absolutely accepted the reality of this phenomenon in the form of spheromaks. Currently, there are multiple companies – receiving millions of dollars in funding – seeking to achieve “hot fusion” through the use of these torodial, self confined plasmoid structures. By now, you’re probably wondering about the difference between a spheromak and an exotic vacuum object. The truth is that, fundamentally at least, there is very little, if any. Both are torodial collections of electrons and usually positive ions that are produced in a plasma discharge and have formed a tight, self sustaining structure. The main difference is that Kenneth Shoulders EVOs are very small clusters (sometimes smaller than one micron) made with a fast, high voltage discharge from a sharp or wire point and sent racing towards an anode. The agencies and companies working on spheromaks generally try to produce larger clusters using slower pulses and multiple techniques to confine and slowly grow the plasmoid. They also have complex and challenging schemes of how they hope to induce hot fusion reactions. Basically, I view electron clusters and smaller, sleeker, and more efficient; conversely, spheromaks are larger, less energy dense per unit volume, and potentially require more power to create. In the end, however, they are both the same structure.

A good description of a spheromak can be found, here. The fact a multitude of companies are attempting to develop fusion reactors using these plasmoids is truly significant for a number of reasons. One is that a great deal of information about these structures are available online. For decades the knowledge of how to create, grow, and manipulate spheromaks has existed. Another is that if that ordinary companies in the non-classified world know about them, then black budget programs, beyond any doubt, are aware. I expect some of these USAPs (unacknowledged special access projects) have developed technologies that revolve around Kenneth Shoulders style EVOs; for example, systems capable of inducing low energy nuclear reactions,  reducing the radioactivity of nuclear waste, projecting electron clusters, and various systems that tap zero point energy from the vacuum. These systems would work “smarter” instead of “harder.” For example, they may utilize the phenomenon of isotopic shifting or fracto-emission of hydrogen embrittled metals to create self sustaining reactions in small table top devices.

Perhaps one of the most interesting connections to make is that the Fluxliner Alien Reporduction Vehicle (ARV) was alleged to utilize a contra-rotating central column of mercury plasma. Since EVOs and spheromaks utilize electrons and positive ions moving in different directions to produce the powerful fields that define themselves, the Fluxliner would actually be making itself a macro-scale version of an electron cluster. A powerful field of magnetic vector potential would wrap around the Fluxliner that could convey the same mass, inertia, and charge screening properties of an EVO.

There’s no way the military industrial complex hasn’t made the connection between Kenneth Shoulders EVOs and spheromaks. Moreover, I expect that they made the connection long ago.

 

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