Free Energy: WikiLies

Wild Wiki Lies, Free Energy and bad science  Those who’s thinking is unbiased see science (supported by Wikipedia sceptics) as being an authoritarian organisation of those who snap to attenti…

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  1. I’m quite serious about this concept of free energy. Steven Greer discusses it—he was very close to having an engineer on loan from a black budget free energy program head his lab in Charlottesville until it was shut down when the military official who was helping him wound up floating in the Potomac a week later.

    I find that I have a curious “luck” in stumbling across things when I’m not looking that have to do with subjects like these…

    Wilhelm Reich writes about a meeting he had with Einstein who had put out the word to scientists about a book he was putting together that he hoped would help us understand physics better. Scientists were invited to share their experiments with him for possible inclusion in his book.

    Reich, normally a psychologist, had an interest in cutting edge energy and he showed Einstein an experiment that involved a thermometer inside a Faraday Cage which would always read one degree above ambient.This was small, but significant because it suggested that the cage was in some way collecting a low level energy resulting in the temperature variation.

    At first, Einstein said that this was really huge. Later, however, after talking with his assistant, he backtracked. In fact, Einstein left this experiment out of his book. No one would have known about this was it not for the fact that Reich published his account in one of his books (which, I point out, were confiscated by our govt and burned in the streets of NYC—an almost unbelievable act, except it really did happen). A few books survived, enough for a new generation of physicists to ponder what the implications of his experiment even meant.

    Along with Greer’s seemingly wild tale of ET craft recovery and backward engineering energy drives from those ships now doesn’t seem so outlandish when Reich had discovered what is a vast, but low-level energy source all around us. Like an infinite sea of energy only two inches deep, it waits for us to learn how to tap that energy. Reich, I think, has already given us a very big hint. To date,I don’t know anyone who has made this same connection about energy and what Reich was on to. I think Greer is on my list for who I’m going to contact next!

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    1. Thanks for the comment, I agree with all that you say. My own opinion is that the only way to make any progress is to scrap mainstream science theory (physics) and return to faithful old aether theory.

      Wrote to another site today about cold electricity.

      I’m quite flattered that you wrote to me before contacting Greer 🙂 Be sure to let me know what he says.


      1. I seem to recall that there was a theory created based on observations about ether or aether, it was “proven” wrong but was picked up again as totally workable? I think the big things tend to elude us, and this is one reason why I think we never have gotten a workable unified field theory, for example. Maybe electrons are so solidly quantifiable while aether is just hard to wrap your head around. If only we had someone of Tesla’s free thinking genius around….guess we will have to be that Tesla.

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      2. Aether theory was never proven wrong for the simple reason that all of our electronic technology is based upon it. For example: the electron could never have been discovered (and I’m not at all happy with the electron) if all of the electronic components were not in place; I’m talking about circuitry, inductors, resistors, capacitors and the cathode ray tube, plus a full understanding of how they work. The fact that the aether was debunked does not explain how it is that we are still using the same debunked electronics more than a hundred years later.
        The aether was debunked by the oligarchs who hold the purse strings of physics research funding, for their own financial agenda. It is not widely known that when Tesla had his funding stopped, the same was applied to all the scientists who were doing the same work, like Maxwell, Faraday, JJ Thomson, Crookes, Lord Kalvin etc.. Thomson would toast the electron “To the electron — may it never be of any use to anybody.”
        If you watch the Youtube videos of Eric P Dollard he reads that there was a conference in the US around the 1900’s where the top men in electronics met to discuss free energy, and all agreed that they would have a working free energy device by the end of the year. What happened?


  2. When I say a theory is proven wrong, I’m not in any way suggesting that it really is wrong, only that *people* have decided it’s wrong for their own inclinations, desires, agendas and beliefs. An experiment with Einstein by Reich I think helped to support the power of the aether field. That experiment was not published by Einstein in his book, though. The power held in the aether is so ubiquitous that it’s a nightmare for the JP Morgan’s and Rockefeller’s who want a quanta to package and sell. Aether can’t be quanta-fide because it’s all around us. An infinite supply just waiting to be tapped…

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    1. Yes, as I recall Einstein said that Reich’s orgone box was heated by the ambient temerature of the room. He used the same excuse when debunking Dayton Millers continued Michelson Moreley experiments.
      Miller said:”The effect [of ether-drift] has persisted throughout. After considering all the possible sources of error, there always remained a positive effect.” — Dayton Miller (1928, p.399)
      Einstein said: “My opinion about Miller’s experiments is the following. … Should the positive result be confirmed, then the special theory of relativity and with it the general theory of relativity, in its current form, would be invalid. Experimentum summus judex. Only the equivalence of inertia and gravitation would remain, however, they would have to lead to a significantly different theory.” — Albert Einstein, in a letter to Edwin E. Slosson, 8 July 1925 (from copy in Hebrew University Archive, Jerusalem.)


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