with Tom Bearden
is taken from an interview with Tom Bearden which appeared in a
magazine called "Megabrain Report". It is dated 4-Feb-1991.
The interviewers were Terry Patten and Michael Hutchison.
here for full interview.
"Lt. Col. Thomas
E. Bearden is a nuclear engineer, war games and weapons
and military tactician. He has an MS in nuclear engineering from
Tech and is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College
and several US Army artillery and guided missile schools. He has over
years experience in air defense systems, technical intelligence, Soviet
electromagnetic weaponry, artificial intelligence, computerized war
and antiradiation missile countermeasures. He is a senior scientist
a large aerospace company [Colsa Corp.] Col. Bearden personally
and published the basis for a drastic revision of electromagnetic
and engineering, based on the work of Whittaker and Maxwell. His work
primarily responsible for the widespread interest and research into scalar
electromagnetic phenomena in this country over the past decade. He
is the author of several books on this subject, including *Towards a
Electromagnetics*, Parts I-IV (Tesla Book Company)."
So how about general relativity? How does it fit in?
"A similar thing also
to general relativity, believe it or not! Einstein unwittingly
general relativity to a subset of the theory he intended to
Einstein's modern followers have raised Einsteinian general relativity
to a dogma. They ruthlessly uphold the overstatement of the flat local
spacetime postulate. Physicists who would dispute it __ and quite a few
would do so __ are essentially barred from obtaining funding. If they
with their heresy, their scientific stature is lost, and they are
and cut off economically. Simply read Santilli's book, if you wish a
to the scientific propaganda, orthodox
science is ruthless in defending its doctrine against all
heretics. Much of science has been converted to a religion, instead
of a science. Any person knowledgeable of scientific history can
examples of scientific suppression, character assassination, and
banishment. Gauss's nonlinear geometry, Wegener's continental drift,
Mayer's discovery of the conservation of energy, Ovshinsky's amorphous
semiconductors, physical therapy, the EKG, and the clinical use of
come readily to mind. Scientists form a distribution, just like any
other group. Some of them are saints. Some of them are devils. The
majority is neither, but is made up of just ordinary people like you
me, doing a specialized job. Every scientific model is known to be
and imperfect in the first place, if you believe Godel's
method does not yield total truth anyway, by its own assertion; at best
it yields a partial truth. By the Heisenberg uncertainty principle,
measurement distorts the entity with which the instrument interacts,
what actually appears to be measured. Real scientists know that
models are progressive. For any model, sooner or later a better one, an
improvement, will be found."