Tom Bearden

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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WHO’S IN YOUR HEAD? Are secret government agencies invading the minds of targeted individuals with inner voices? Apparently a rapidly growing number of people believe the answer is yes and, moreover, that they have been desig­nated as recipients. According to a lengthy feature article published in the Washington Post in January, a growing community of such people on the Internet is sharing their experiences and seeking relief from what they believe is a concerted government effort to interfere with their thoughts by beaming voices into…

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New Research into Magnetism’s Secrets

By Jeane Manning

“We’re at a historic meeting.” At the November 2010 Renaissance Charge Conference in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, this comment was expressed by appreciative voices with various accents. From around the world about 380 people attend­ed—engineers, business people, university students, and other serious researchers. Many were there because for the first time since a Tesla symposium in Colorado in 1984, inventor John Bedini appeared at a public conference. Bedini answered questions about his discoveries in working with a type of energy different than the well-known electrical currents….

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Energy Whistleblowers Tell Their Stories

By Jeane Manning

One of the challenges facing the energy revolution lurks in federal patent offices. The number of secrecy orders the U.S. Government imposed on patent applications rose again in 2009, reaching the highest figure since 1996. At the end of fiscal year 2009, the government was imposing 5,081 secrecy orders. We don’t know how many of those secre­cy orders quash energy-related inventions, but it has happened. Under the Invention Secrecy Act of 1951, U.S. Gov­ernment agencies can muzzle a patent applicant whenever they decide that publication of…

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Future Looks Bright for Alternative Energy Tech

BY JEANE MANNING

We’ll be at a least a month into 2008 when you read this, but it’s being written on Christmas Eve 2007 so we’ll be glancing back at the old year before looking forward to the new. For the global community of new-energy researchers seeking a quantum leap into a new paradigm, the year 2007 was a mixed experience. On the one hand there were disappointments and deaths of new-science pioneers (including the tireless David Hamel, the subtle-energies wizard Slim Spurling and the distinguished scientist Arie…

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Cayce Readings “Crystal-ized” Energy Invention

BY JEANE MANNING

This month’s column is a celebration of the life of Dr. Wingate Lambertson, who died last month, mere weeks before his 90th birthday. His wife Eileen passed on earlier this year. They had chosen Florida for most of their retirement years, so his final month was also shadowed by news of oil drifting toward familiar beaches. Before I get to his story, I want to mention the latest DVD in the “Energy from the Vacuum” series—the story of a cold-heat, zero-fuel engine system. There’s an…

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The Life & Times of Tom Bearden, Pioneer

BY JEANE MANNING

Who is Tom Bearden?” I asked a new friend at the second International Tesla Society Conference. It was 1986 and we were in Colorado Springs listening to a speaker who revealed some new insight about “free energy” inventions. My friend was rushing away to find a fax machine—to be first to send the news to this man Bearden. I also overheard others speaking the name with obvious respect. At similar conferences later, I met Thomas Bearden and once dined with him in Huntsville, Alabama. He’s…

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Fire from Water

BY JOHN KETTLER

No, the writer didn’t flunk Chemistry. He wrote HHO, not the familiar H20, for the very good reason that it’s not water. In fact, it’s a whole new kind of gas, using a patented process inventor Denny Klein developed, a process requiring only a small amount of electricity and some distilled water. And what a gas! When it burns, it leaves only water as a combustion byproduct, yet can seemingly defy the fundamental laws which govern the behavior of gases, to include the one which…

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