National Geographic explains physics for you

“Zero-point energy is a real type of energy produced by the miniscule movements of molecules at rest.”

(Plus ten bonus points for spelling.)

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  1. Zero-point energy is a real type of energy produced by the miniscule movements of molecules at rest. Harnessing this energy is theoretically possible, but the task seems, at least for the moment, practically impossible. Yeah, I guess it’s theoretically possible in the Theory in which Harnessing Zero-Point Energy is Theoretically Possible.

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