Reprinted with permission from Freedom Times:
Deadly Energy Stagnation - suppresses evolution and continued, sustainable survival
An Impossible World? Excerpt from The Energy Solution Revolution by Brian O'Leary
Appleby's world, "a world where he never had to pay a power bill, where heating and cooling were free of energy costs, where his water was pure and veggies local and fresh, and where a four hour work day allowed him ample spare time to indulge in his writing fantasies. Outside, the air was fresh and the streets clean. Everyone had a job, and in this world-the real world-there were no clandestine powers holding back progress. All received a fair share for their efforts" Credibility provided by Freedom Times & StarSteps The Radius of Curvature of all Natural Law principle buried within the equation E=MC2 unified Physics and Metaphysics. In short, the quantity C was the measure of the radius of curvature of natural law. It was the factor enabling us to determine precisely the degree of change in the curvature of one law which is brought about by a specified change in the application of the others (i.e., using the common denominator equivalents of space, time, mass, matter, energy, gravity). Stating that the quantity C is the radius of the curvature of natural law, simply means that if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point. In effect, an unlimited, multidimensional universe opened, dissolving the light barrier and single pole gravitational limitation, merging science and spiritual dimensions to a unified, as above so below, foundation of previously unimaginable prosperity, abundance, health and well being, opening the gateway, the steps to the stars.
Projecting Forward on Appleby's "An Impossible World?", Another Submission, Another Rejection Letter From A Publisher: Unfortunately, we will have to pass on your story. Your energy plot is sooooo implausible that even our loony toons readership segment gave us a blank, confounded stare. Furthermore, the scenario that university PhD's planet wide, for 100 years, stayed uninformed of the fourth grade concept of the radius of curvature of all natural law, defined by the speed of light C in E=MC2, portrays psychological illusional magic of a planet population belief-behavior shaping beyond the scope of believable. More specifically unbelievable in lieu of your referencing the half understood zero point, Tesla, electrogravitics, cold fusion and countless other "over-unity" concepts, all which are far more easily defined, designed, and precisely engineered with the radius of curvature fundamental - light - which also is our ability to see and correctly interpret Reality. Your references that crystal properties, the transformation of one form of energy into another - crystal radios, microphones, ultrasonic drills - were in application without the comprehension that the basic factors of nature -space time mass matter energy gravity - were not absolute, but variable factors, each dependent upon the value of the others is NOT possible (Bermuda Triangle, "beam me aboard Scotty", the quantity C is the measure of the radius of curvature of natural law, the factor which enables us to determine precisely the degree of change in the curvature of one law which will be brought about by a specified change in the application of the others). To date, nowhere in the billions of galaxies, each with their billions of stars where we have explored intelligent life, has something like this in the energy arena been observed - and this is without consideration of the deadly effects 100 years of energy stagnation would have on a planet population causing starvation, poverty, disease, water crisis, resource wars, ecological damage, global warming to name a few.
Cold Fusion: Still Cold, or Is There New Promise?
Navy Researchers Report Tentative Clues; Others Doubtful
By NED POTTER
April 19, 2009 — Two decades ago, B. Stanley Pons left, and Martin Fleischmann, displayed a large-scale model of the...
Two decades ago, B. Stanley Pons left, and Martin Fleischmann, displayed a large-scale model of the flask in which they said they created sustained nuclear fusion reactions at room temperature. But their results later were dismissed by other scientists. Nuclear fusion normally takes place in extremely hot conditions and is the process that powers the sun, photographed, at right, on Monday, April 7, 1997 by the Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) on board the joint European Space Agency-NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO).
Cold fusion? Limitless energy on a table top? Wait a minute. Wasn't that discredited 20 years ago?
It was, in fact, 20 years ago last month that two scientists, Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, announced they had created nuclear fusion at room temperature. They created the popular equivalent of an H-bomb explosion -- an explosion that quickly was snuffed out when other scientists said no fusion had taken place.
But a few researchers continue to work on it.
A team of researchers, led by Pamela Boss of the U.S. Navy and Lawrence Forsley of the technology firm JWK International, reported evidence that they have seen high-energy neutrons, a possible side effect of nuclear fusion, in a laboratory experiment.
'Low Energy Nuclear Reactions'
The team published its findings in a German physics journal, and presented them at a meeting of the American Chemical Society -- 20 years to the day after Fleischmann and Pons made their announcement.
"I am confident we are seeing nuclear reactions," said Forsley by telephone from San Diego, where he now does much of his work in collaboration with the Navy. "We're seeing conventional nuclear reactions in an unconventional place."
A small New Jersey firm, Energetics, also has been trying to make cold fusion reactions at its laboratory in Israel. A former surgeon, Irving Dardik, heads the effort, and has generated enough buzz (if not electricity) to be featured this weekend in a "60 Minutes" piece.
Nuclear fusion is a high-energy process -- it's the reaction that powers the sun. The sun is so hot, and there are such pressures beneath its roiling surface, that hydrogen atoms collide, or "fuse," to make helium atoms plus tremendous amounts of heat and light.
Fusion has been replicated on Earth, but only violently -- in the form of a hydrogen bomb. (It is the opposite, by the way, of the fission that happens in an atom bomb or nuclear power plant, where atoms are split to make energy.)
Cold Fusion: Getting Warmer?
If nuclear fusion could be harnessed for peaceful purposes, scientists believe, it would solve many of the world's energy problems.
They have worked at it for decades, without success. They have built large, complex, expensive devices in the laboratory to mimic the reactions that happen inside the sun. They did create tiny reactions for tiny fractions of a second, but nothing remotely practical.
Budget cuts brought much of the work to a stop, and the 1989 debacle scared many researchers away.
'It's Still Cold'
Bob Park, a physicist at the University of Maryland who has spent much of his career warning against junk science, said he was surprised cold fusion got a hearing at the American Chemical Society meeting.
"Twenty years later, it's still cold," he wrote.
But it is not the same as it was when the subject first exploded publicly in 1989.
"These people, at least some of them, look in ever greater detail where others have not bothered to look," wrote Park. "They say they find great mysteries, and perhaps they do. Is it important? I doubt it. But I think it's science."
Forsley, for one, said he's flattered that Park gave him and his colleagues as much credit as he did.
"We've got a mechanism here," he said. "Nobody's been busting us about it.
"The story is just beginning," he added. "Let's put it that way."
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