Tether the Moon

Tesla imagined we could use the spin of the earth - and subsequently static electricity in the atmosphere - to collect free energy.  He constructed a 187-foot tall tower at Wardenclyffe in 1901 to rein in power from the sky.

Since we are now in a position to harness the power of advances in materials science it may quickly become possible to build a set of nanofibre tubes beginning from the near face of Luna down to a spot low in earth's atmosphere. Beneath these moon tethers will be a string of Wardenclyffe towers, running in a path around the globe, every few km. The tethers will collect electricity from the atmosphere then send to a sink flying at the bottom of the tether. When the sink passes by a Tesla Tower, it transmits the collected charge into the tower and on into the grid.

Alternatively one could attach the sink to a track on the earth.  As the earth turns, the sink travels along the track, charge being pulled in from the tether and its passing thru the ionosphere.  Differences in moon-earth distance can be absorbed either by a tether which has spring functions, or by a winding spool.

Matter Origins

maybe the prime seed of emerging matter
is the nanosingularity
rips in spacetime as it expands
like water pouring rushing in
matter enters spacetime
at all concentrated cores
nuclei of atoms split and yield sums
nature's volume keeps us bound
by increase space
but also time
each frame
contains a universe
of matter
add motion
where does the energy come from?
big bang?
big bang plus spores of seed
micro pulses of ultradense original matter
capable of increasing in velocity
hence momentum
hence energy
hence work

Time increases de novo (the fountain)>vol of space increases with time ->momentum of universe increasing ->matter via energy...

increasing time creates matter

it's the first dimension not the fourth
prime mover theorem
time is prime
hence matter

"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle."

-Albert Einstein