Nature has creative power. You may believe there was a Big Bang and that our universe was created in an instant at the beginning of time. If you are right then you subscribe to the philosophy of decay, as energy is degraded and its entropy increases. In your wisdom you see no point in seeking out alternative energy sources which imply scientific principles contrary to man's experience to date. Having earned my living from the fruits of invention, as someone trained to evaluate and protect inventions in a highly technical corporate environment I do not believe that we know all there is to know about Nature's way of recycling energy in its role as a Creator.
I believe that the 21st century will witness a revolution on the energy front as man contrives to survive and ultimately win through in the fight to stave off planetary pollution. These Web pages are my personal contribution to that effort. I hope you will be interested in what I have to say. My approach is simple and direct in that I have founded my case on a study of Nature's most basic creation, namely the particle which accounts for 99.9% of the mass of the hydrogen atom, the proton. That is why I have a special interest in the emerging technology we call 'cold fusion'. However, the story I will tell is rooted in the spin-off from my early Ph.D. research on the anomalous loss of energy encountered in all of the world's electrical power systems. Hidden in that mystery is a secret concerning Nature's way of regenerating in an electrical form, energy already shed as heat, before that heat is absorbed into the quantum underworld which governs the proton creation process.