A working glossary of New Energy terms
— Free Energy: Free energy refers to the energy that exists all around us. It is inherent within all of the atoms self-evident by the fact that even at 0 Kelvin (absolute zero), atoms do not stop vibrating. Researchers have used many terms in referring to free energy such as vacuum space energy, ether/aether, zero point energy, energy from the quantum field of potential, etc.
— New Energy Technology (NET): Technologies that utilizes free energy in its different forms in order to create abundant clean power for heating and electricity.
— Coefficient of Performance (CoP): A measure of energy conversion; it is the ratio of output power vs. input power. NETs have a CoP above 1, meaning there is greater power out than power in. Such systems should be considered as "open systems" as they harness additional sources of energy outside of the input power.
— Efficiency: Efficiency is a ratio of input power the device inputs vs. the power outputted. Efficiency can never be 100%, as there are always losses in a system. What NET do, is configure its design so that it is an open system that allows free energy to flow, without the device inputting extra energy.
— Over-unity: Over-unity is a CoP above 1, where the device is producing more power than the power taken to operate it.
— Broken symmetry: Broken symmetry is an important concept in New Energy because like a magnet, it creates a uneven charge distribution of the ether around its negative and positive poles.