Write Once, Read Forever (WORF) is a unique, optical data storage media, especially formulated and patented by Creative Technology, LLC, of Hockessin, Delaware (CTech). The media is designed to be resistant to the hostile space environment and is currently being tested by NASA on the International Space Station (ISS).
1. How WORF works.
WORF media stores data in the form of metallic silver halide (AgX) “standing waves” of individual wavelengths of light embedded in a stable, hardened suspension on a substrate, an emulsion specially formulated by CTech. These wavelengths, representing multiple data bytes, can be combined at each data location — defining the next generation for archival and massive, big data storage.
2. What makes WORF novel.
• WORF ...
Z-PEC Zero–Point Energy Converter
According to Quantum Electrodynamics, otherwise empty space is filled with tremendous energy; it’s called the Quantum Flux or Zero-Point Energy. Z-PEC will mechanically tap this unlimited resource for pollution-less electrical generation and pollution-less vehicular-propulsion.
• A Z-PEC prototype can be built by sputtering layers of metals and refractive-materials onto a silicon chip.
Peer-reviewed experiments support the underlying tenets of this paper.
• Obeys the Laws of Motion, Thermodynamics and Momentum Conservation.
• Fig. 1 illustrates how to get a net force from the isotropic momentum of the Electromagnetic Field of the Quantum Flux.
Refer to Fig. 1; it illustrates the paths of an average pair of equal and opposite photons of the Quantum Flux. ...
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