Carver Mead writes in his book, "Collective Electrodynamics", that experimental evidence indicates a superconducting ring and capacitor resonator circuit will increase from zero voltage (scalar potential difference) to an energy matching a 3 degree Kelvin black body radiation spectrum. Unfortunately, he doesn't cite a reference, Also, the same circuit resonating at an energy more than that of a 3 Kelvin black body radiator will decrease in energy until it reaches that of a 3 degree Kelvin black body. Carver doesn't indicate whether this is independent of the superconductor temperature, although he seems to implicitly assume this (as long the temperature is in the superconducting range, i.e., less than Tc) I want to read the papers describing this experimental evidence. I was unable, after an hour on scholar.google.com, to find anything about this. Can any of you provide good references (preferably a link to a pdf) to these experiments (or provide the search terms that lead directly to good references)? Carver then proceeds to indicate the resonator is gaining energy by coupling to the rest of the universe that has zero proper time separation from the resonator (which could be a very far 3-space distance away if the time difference was large enough). This evidence would be on par with other "spooky action at a distance" experimental evidence in quantum mechanics.