Heat has weight. Electricity does not.

The white particle in a dipole (light has two parts – the white which is the energy and the black which is mass which gas weight) has energy but no weight.  Roger explains how the proton is made up of dipoles – a dipole is one white particle and one black particle – and everything that exists in the universe is made from these.  A proton is 1823 dipoles and a neutron is 1824 dipoles.  A neutron is stable having exact pairing while protons need to find one more dipole to reach stability.

He shows a film of ball lightning sucking electricity out of lamp posts and so on, as the white particle of the dipole is attracted to the black inside the ball.  The ball lightning has to have a black core needing a feed of white particles to reach stability.

This knowledge is incredibly simple and incredibly important to understanding how everything in the universe works.

The only reason electricity makes heat is as it is pushing through other fields.

Isaac Newton’s gravity is electricity.

Roger says hydrogen is 1824 dipole electrons – which have 824 atomic weight.

Mass is the dark matter.  It’s always crusted over by white particles so you don’t see it.

Light can accelerate and decelerate.  He forced the white particles of light away from the black by squirting light from a laser through a Venturi which is a tiny hole.  The mass can’t get through but the white energy particles can get through.  This is the creation of electricity – fission.  As the particles recombine, that’s fusion. He does both for a few dollars while CERN etc milk billions from governments to achieve nothing.

CERN just smashes protons and neutrons into each other and create a mess which they can’t understand.  Roger says that light is the smallest particle that exists.  He separates light using a Venturi by accelerating the light particles through it.  The black drives the white into the Venturi – a funnel – and only the white gets through.

Free energy is created in this manner.  The light particles have no mass.

For a scientist he is amazingly good at explaining it all simply.  And his enthusiasm for his subject is highly infectious.