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Neutralizing Nuclear Terror

BY JOHN KETTLER

In January 6, 2008, the Los Angeles Times ran a front-page article below the fold titled “How the U.S. seeks to avert nuclear terrorism.” Written by Ralph Vartabedian, the piece provided an unprecedented deep look into how the U.S. is organized to deal with a nuclear terrorism incident and what it would do, should a bomb be found. The scale of the effort by the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) Office of Emergency Operations (http://www. nnsa.doe.gov/emergency. htm) is somewhat reassuring, considering the…

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Defying Gravity

By Len Kasten

Several books and websites have appeared recently which give reports by insiders about what sort of incredible tech­nology advances have been developed in the so-called black world—the realm of secret military-scientific develop­ment. Most of these cite anecdotal evidence and give spare details about the underlying science. However, the recent book by Paul A. LaViolette, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs and Classified Aerospace Technology (Bear & Company Paperback, September 2008) offers complete coverage, including a history of the secret development of antigravity craft, and a…

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News

NEW BOOK FROM A.R.’S JEANE MANNING UNVEILS ENERGY BREAKTHROUGHS With gas prices soaring to unheard-of heights, many of those who have read in the pages of Atlantis Rising about ex­traordinary breakthrough energy technologies have been left to wonder why they have read so little about such devel­opments elsewhere. Now a new book from Atlantis Rising columnist Jeane Manning and energy consultant Joel Garbon blows the lid off what has been described as a virtual alternative energy coverup. Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-leap New Energy Inventions Can…

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Having a Good Time on the New Energy Frontier

By Jeane Manning

As a report on new-energy news, this final column from me will be all over the map just like my travels this sum­mer—from hydrogen to cold electricity to a revolutionary communications technology. I’ll tell you about an event in Maryland where Internet niche celebrities mingled with Amish farmers, a young academic, and truckers, and I wit­nessed amazing demonstrations. Seeing photos or videos of “cold electricity” demonstrations is one thing. Witnessing a live presentation is the tru­ly mind-bending, paradigm-changing experience. And that’s what we were treated…

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Conferences to Come & Memories of a Fallen Hero

By Jeane Manning

Non-conventional-energy conferences are appearing on the calendar for the next few months. It looks like I won’t make it abroad to Vienna in mid-March for the Symposium Tesla-Technologies subtitled Energy—The Motor of the Revolution, nor to a Free Energy Congress in St. Petersburg the week afterward. Closer to home is an April 10 meet­ing about Bedini technologies in Sandpoint, Idaho. Then on May 26 – 27 if you’re in Munich, Germany, check out a meeting on Energy Harvesting and Storage. That will attract conventional engineers…

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Practical Time Travel

By David H. Childress

Time Travel and Science Whether or not time travel is ever achieved, interest in the subject seems unlikely to diminish in any future we can imagine. In fact, it is difficult to envision a time in which visitors from another time would not cause a stir or get themselves arrested. Aside from ABC’s Lost, where the cast is totally out of sync with time as we know it, a brand new HBO/BBC film comedy Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel explores the humor possibilities in…

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Energy from the Vacuum

By Len Kasten

“All EM (electromagnetic) systems are powered by energy extracted from the vacuum. They are not powered by the mechanical energy we input to the shaft of a generator, or by the chemical energy in a battery.”—Thomas E. Bearden The theory that so-called “empty space” is actually a vibrant ocean of energy makes perfect sense and seems self-evident to some of us. There really is no other explanation for how billions of stars obtain the power to continuously put out prodigious amounts of heat and light…

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Nikola Tesla & the God Particle

BY MARC J. SEIFER, Ph.D.

It was in 1976 while I was in the midst of following another story at the New York Public Library when I found Tesla’s name for the first time. It was alleged, in a book on avatars, that Tesla had been born on another planet. He had land­ed in the mountains of Yugoslavia in 1856 to give us humans the induction motor, fluorescent and neon lights, wire­less communication, remote control, robotics, and our entire electrical power system. What immediately struck me was that had this…

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Marvels of the Ancients

By Marsha Oaks

The magic of ancient engineering continues to amaze any among us with an open mind. No matter, it seems, how many times we revisit the pyramids of Egypt or the great megalithic construction sites, our wonder grows. The fol­lowing films certainly do their part to advance the legend. PYRAMID CODE Dr. Carmen Boulter The creative fire behind this series is provided by Dr. Carmen Boulter of the University of Calgary in Canada. She has had an unshakable passion for Egypt, traveling there 23 times since…

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