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Physics from Outside the Box

By William B. Stoecker

The standard model of modern physics is an uneasy blend of relativity theory and quantum mechanics. Relativity theory, developed by Hendrik Lorentz and Henri Poincare and Albert Einstein, supposedly explains gravity and the bending of light near massive bodies, among other things. Quantum mechanics has given us lasers and transistors and also purports to explain a good many things. But no one yet has developed, and then conclusively proven, a theory completely unifying these two pillars of modern physics. Most recently, string theory has attempted…

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The Coming Industry of Asteroid Mining An asteroid hit, some have argued, could have been the cause of the sinking of Atlantis. Such strikes have certainly left their marks upon our planet. Late in April, though, a new venture, bankrolled by the billionaire founders of Google, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt, in collaboration with other wealthy partners, announced plans to turn the tables. Long viewed as one of Earth’s greatest threats, giant chunks of space debris, ironically, may some day become valuable resources that could…

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Extraordinary Technology at TeslaTech

By Steve Kaplan

I am honored to be asked to serve as the new energy columnist for Atlantis Rising. I am filling big shoes. Dr. Gene Mallove, the first to write this column, was, and continues to be, one of my heroes. His scientific and moral leadership and fearless advocacy of new energy R&D set the standard for all of us. Jeane Manning is a beloved colleague and an unmatched journalist for her comprehensive and clear coverage of the discoveries of new energy scientists and inventors. One of…

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New Theories Point to Energy Abundance

BY JEANE MANNING

Underlying themes in diverse conversations this summer included my favorite—learning from nature’s ways. For in­stance a customer from a certain religious community telephoned to order Breakthrough Power. His religion is known for being detached from modern technologies, so I was surprised that he and his friends experiment with the types of energy inventions introduced in the book. Their successes include a “cold-running motor” and water-as-fuel advances. What pleases him about the experiments, he said, is that the new energy science works harmoniously with nature, right…

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On the Eve of Destruction or the Threshold of Freedom?

By Jeane Manning

From the Fukushima disaster onward, the past year was a rough ride. And then we’re told that an Earth-like planet was discovered. I agree with the Canadian radio announcer who said we have to travel to it speedily—to stop the primates from evolving. Seriously, it looks like our species is about to take an evolutionary leap—either over the cliff of self-destruction or toward a higher ground of awareness, responsibility, and harmony with life. The outcome won’t be decided by a toss of a cosmic coin…

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Frontier Scientists Offer Clean-Energy Hope

By Jeane Manning

In a world that needs upliftment, last month’s column stirred up the wrong pot. Its positive view of inventor John Hutchison drew a few negative reviews—and anger. One email—stating vehement disbelief that the Hutchison Effect antigravity experiments are real—asked why I want to associate with a womanizer. I won’t take the latter comment seriously because that aspect of his life has nothing to do with me, but I am amused that the anonymous critic doesn’t believe my eye witness account of the Hutchison Effect. The…

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Keys to Tapping Zero Point Energy

BY JEANE MANNING

When Los Alamos national laboratory physicist Peter Milonni wrote a book titled The Quantum Vacuum, and Aca­demic Press published it in 1994, Thomas Valone decided it was time to do his own Ph.D. thesis on a topic that Milon­ni’s book dealt with—zero point energy. In addition to his thesis, Dr. Valone more recently decided to make the information accessible to the layperson. The result is his new book Zero Point Energy: The Fuel of the Future. Its premise is that soon we’ll be able to…

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Looking for the Global Perspective

BY JEANE MANNING

How can we prepare our world so that breakthroughs such as an energy revolution won’t be co-opted by corporate or governmental cultures who mainly want to dominate other cultures? Who is providing a vision of how humankind could work together to create an exciting inspiring cooperative and more peaceful future? One group is indeed working on that, from the standpoint of seeking global cooperation on programs aimed at space travel and eventual human settlements elsewhere in our solar system. NASA chartered the Aerospace Technolo­gy Working…

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The Dimensions of Infinity

BY MARSHA OAKS

We stand at a very special point in time, between all that has preceded this moment and all moments to come and, moreover, we are also situated at a very precise point at the frontier between all that is small and all that is large— between the microcosm and the macrocosm. While it may seem, to some, that there is nothing special about that po­sition, we are beginning to understand that any other place would be impossible. In this issue we feature two new DVDs…

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Glimpses of Greater Worlds

BY MARSHA OAKS

If you are finding your current circumstances in time and space a bit confining, you will enjoy this collection of mind ex­panding DVDs. Immortality, connections with the stars, and visionary ancestors are all part of our legacy and we have the evidence to prove it. AFTERLIFE Paul Perry This documentary examines the question: What happens when we die? In this study of the Near-Death Experience (NDE), the conclusion is reached that there is no need to fear death—there is, indeed, an afterlife. This profound statement…

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