The Roswell Hoax A Truth Seeker Goes to Roswell

In late June, 1997, I was pleased to receive an invitation from Bonnie Lange of Truth Seeker to be their guest at the 50th anniversary festival of the Roswell Incident which I call The Roswell Hoax. It was an intriguing proposition me with my intolerable view provided with an opportunity to stand toe-to-toe (yet on unequal footing) with the UFOlogy-alien theory biggies whom I call OSI CIA BIG LIARS right in the womb of their initial hoax. What could I do, what could I say I accepted, of course....

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According to Tesla , in an 1891 lecture, rapidly varying electrostatic discharges from the earth microwaves 'rigidity' the ether. This was based on reactions actually verified by Tesla before that 1891 lecture, which showed the ponderomotive behavior of mass under the various circumstances he described. In an 1892 lecture in London14, he repeated the results of this research regarding the emission of electrostatic 'brush' discharges negative electrostatic corona by a conductive body, as it...

Concealed Energy The Second Lie of Thermodynamics

The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that any spontaneous process occurring in the universe leads to an overall increase in the entropy of the universe. This is an example of a negative pregnant science belief system, designed to conceal unlimited available energy in the universe. That makes it a Pretty Big Lie. It includes the double-think and contradiction that are the earmarks of bogus science which unfortunately becomes establishment science, and is an insult to the ordinary, reasonable...

Disappearing Tesla The Burial of Tesla and Rebirth of His Discoveries

Nikola Tesla was buried, both literally and intellectually, in January, 1943. In 1993, I disinterred his most important work, the discovery of electrodynamic space propulsion, which he discovered in the 19th century, and documented it more fully in 1998. Does the name Nikola Tesla even ring a bell with you If not, let me first say that Tesla was a pioneering inventor and technological philosopher whose science and ideas we use today more than ever before, yet only recently has his name...