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  Mystery Spot

   Let’s continue on this fine Saturday evening and pickup where we left off talking about those mysterious TNS rooms…   



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Beyond This Point

   Higgenbottom and associates not interested in Fusion energy? Very strange considering his knowledge and assembled team –

Oh those TNS rooms so often mentioned in our story and here. So, just what do they do in a particle accelerator?  

We mentioned in our story that these rooms replaced the “RF cavity” in present day PA’s. Information. Far more powerful than the present day model, these monstrously large, mysterious and scary looking mountains of copper wire surround the accelerator tube with room to drive a robocart through them. We’ve mentioned that the first time Dr. Higgenbottom met Pete, he noticed the rings around his wrists. Of course, Dr. H. knew enough about zero point energy to embark on a very different way of speeding up particles but was not sure of the exact measurements or the awesome power from his own design. Don’t misunderstand me, these new “devices” worked – perhaps too well.

We just arrived and already perusing the maps of the laboratory -

Pete pointed to a small round circle labeled “TNS-2” that was superimposed over the main tunnel ring.

“What’s that stand for?”

“Higgenbottom is a fox, holding all kinds of cards up his sleeve,” he said.

Within hours, we were on a robocart, traveling in the main tunnels almost 160 meters below the earth -

We glided along the track and I upped the speed to 8 mph. As we approached the TNS room, it struck me as one of the most bizarre rooms I’d ever seen. Kind of like a glowing “bubble.” It was even darker than the main tunnel with a blue-purplish glow, and was downright scary looking. As we got closer, I slowed to a crawl and observed some huge copper or brass windings, similar to the rings Pete wears on his wrist, just much, much, bigger.

Pete’s grin grew, and he mumbled, “What on earth has Higgenbottom done here?”

“This is what I mentioned to you earlier, Dad. In other particle accelerators, it’s called an RF cavity. These TNS rooms have replaced the RF on this project. This is a big leap in technology—if they work. No need for antennas and most of the old gizmos you find in other labs.”

Some may have figured out these rooms unleash huge amounts of power, based in zero point energy. With the past brilliance of Maxwell, Tesla and more, HIggenbottom figured something out -

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The Next Act

The Next Act

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