They laughed at Galileo, too!
A Quintessence of the Loon Special
Edition to honour the Mad Scientists
In the scientific world, there are two groups of loons. The fruitcakes
who investigate the uninvestigatable and the crackpots who prove
the unprovable. These are their stories.
Where strange beasts
are sought. I have stuck with the big names.
The Yowie Man
You have to love Tim, the Yowie
Man, especially when you find that he calls himself "TYM".
Unfortunately this site is all about Tym and not about the Yowie,
a mythical Australian beast. Tym is the country's number
one expert on these creatures and is, as he says himself, a "cryptonaturalist
and personality extraordinaire". I would like to have seen
a bit less of Tym and a bit more about Yowies (you can see a
list of sightings here), but I am sure Tym has more things
he is yet to show us (like photographs, footprints, DNA sequences,
etc). I notice that Tym has bought one of the anti-alien-abduction
helmets featured in Quintessence of the Loon in
August 2000. This is good, as we
cannot afford to lose Tym and I am sure his brain would be of
immense interest to alien specimen collectors.
I don't know why there is any
controversy about Nessie. The picture at right was taken in
1933 and obviously shows a sea (or lake) monster. What else
could it be? I know that Nessie must be a bit old now if she
(I like to think she is a she) was an adult in 1933, but one
of the good things about lake (or loch) monsters is that they
live for a very long time. Also, the water in Loch Ness is cold
and slows down the aging process a bit. Anyway, everyone knows
that there is really a breeding colony of the animals there.
I am thankful that they only breed slowly, otherwise the loch
would be a writhing cauldron of monsters by now and all the
mystery would have gone away. I went to Loch Ness once, but
Nessie didn't show. I was not too disappointed, though,
because I saw Elvis changing a tyre on His Vauxhall in the car
park. We shared a couple of Big Macs (and He throws away the
pickle like everyone else does).
Better documented even than Nessie, Bigfoot roams the
North American continent in vast numbers, like the bison herds
of yesteryear. Millions of the beasts are in every bit of forest,
leaving tracks and droppings everywhere. The only problem is
that they are shy. These beautiful, intelligent creatures have
a culture of privacy (yes, we can talk of "culture",
as these animals are obviously closely related to us humans).
They do not like having their photographs taken, as they believe
that each image subtracts from their soul (they have a collective
soul) and reduces their chance of going to heaven or appearing
in a television series. I thought I saw Bigfoot once, filling
up the tank of an old Cadillac convertible at a single-pump
gas station just outside Squashed Flat, Nevada, but it was just
some big guy in a sequinned jump suit.
|Ray Wallace, the man who
invented Bigfoot, died on 26 November, 2002. His
family revealed that they knew all along about the
special wooden feet he had made to start the hoax
back in 1958. They also hinted at (but will not
say) who was wearing the furry suit in the famous
1967 Roger Patterson film of the "creature".
Now that the hoaxers have revealed the hoax, I suppose
that all the Bigfoot believers will have a good
laugh at themselves and wonder how they were fooled
for so long. And pigs might fly, too.
Free at last!
Where boundless energy
is available (or would be if the ideas were not suppressed).
It seems that there is an underground
state of the hydrogen atom, which is a special state of matter
necessary for matter to act as an energy transformer. "Scientists"
may doubt this, point to the remarkable simplicity of the hydrogen
atom, and wonder how they have missed the obvious over all these
years. The problem with "scientists" is, of course,
that they are hide-bound by tradition and conventional, orthodox
thinking and cannot see that there may be things they do not
know. As Frolov says: "So, we can assume the mechanism
for energy transformation in any place of vacuum as transformation
of longitudinal wave in plasma that is made of electron-positron
pairs, to electromagnetic radiation. It is real free energy
source of energy in any place of space, if there is any matter
here or not. In stellar matter or in any plasma matter the frequency
of electromagnetic radiation is depend of the concentration
N but the principle is the same." I read that in the
original Russian and it made just as much sense there.
T Farnsworth (The Father of Television)
and billions of dollars have been spent in the search for the
ultimate in cheap power, nuclear fusion. For all the benefits
received, we might just as well have burned the money in a steam
engine. "What about cold fusion?" I hear you ask,
but that was just a sideshow, an embarrassment along the way
to the truth. That truth was known in the 1930s, when Farnsworth
was able to sustain a fusion reaction for ten minutes. Why has
this knowledge been lost? Why do we still burn oil, gas, coal,
wood and currency? Why has someone with a name as wonderful
as "Philo T Farnsworth" been forgotten? I propose
that his name should be immortalised in the name of the unit
of measurement for output from the fusion process. We will talk
about power output in "philos", with a really good
machine being rated in the kilophilo class.
It is a sure sign of the authority and
worth of someone's ideas when they are published in a book.
It compounds the value when the book is self-published. That
proves to the world that the ideas inside it are too dangerous
to be made available to the common man, because to do so would
destroy reputations and fortunes. Book publishers understand
only too well the reality of the crisis that would face the
major economies if whole industries like coal mining, petroleum,
electricity generation and distribution and so on were to be
shown to be useless parasites, deriving vast profits from what
should be free to all. Maybe the oil companies own the book
Heroes and Hagiographies
Where the giants
of the game are recognised.
These people have disciples, and I would like to
make it clear that it is the disciples that are of interest
here. Rife, Tesla and Reich may well have been competent
scientists who did good work then went a bit loopy,
but they don't own the thousands of fawning web
Truly a man ahead of his time, Rife earned
the scorn of "scientists" by inventing machines that
changed the way the world looked at itself. Literally, in the
case of his special microscope and figuratively with his discovery
of the BX and its relationship to cancer. Rife's work lives
on today in a plethora of cancer curing and treatment machines,
but, alas, the secret of the Universal Microscope seems lost
forever. It is probably stored in a vault at the electron microscope
factory, but it's no use asking to see it.
The pioneer of free energy and the inspiration
for a whole search engine full of web sites, Tesla should be
up there in the pantheon with Newton and Einstein. Instead,
his ideas are suppressed and the world continues to listen only
to orthodox scientists. Tesla is the lodestone that attracts
the independent scientists (independent in thought as well as
in academic affiliation) and the keystone to the potential for
solving the world's energy crisis. If only those orthodox
scientists would come out of their ivory towers and just for
once apply the scientific method to the investigation of real
Another spurned genius. What is so wrong
with believing that the universe is full of a form of energy
(it is blue) which can be collected and used for the good of
mankind? Radio telescopes collect radio waves from space and
so-called scientists say that they can use these collected rays
to investigate far-off galaxies. Light is a form of radiation
and we collect that in our eyes. Heat zooms across space at
the speed of heat from the sun to us and we collect it in solar
water heaters on our roofs. Why shouldn't there be orgone
energy (it is blue) which gets collected in metal and cardboard
boxes and then makes our cars run better and gives us better
orgasms? It sounds perfectly reasonable to me.
The Lonely and Forlorn
souls redefine the paradigm
Here is a man who has all the answers.
His research brings together sub-atomic particles and cosmology
into a unified system of theory that not only explains the holes
in relativity, but shows up such ill-considered "theories"
for the houses of cards that they are. It was amazing that people
were able to build atom bombs, space craft and computers with
the little (and misguided) knowledge that they really had about
space, time and gravity. Another thing that I like about Mr
Larson (he holds no higher degree and eschews mathematics) is
that he is a polymath. Not only has he reinvented physics (without
the maths), but he has answered the great problems in economics,
unemployment and the business cycle, again without all that
useless mathematics. And there's even more - he is a philosopher
as well. I'll bet he could play the violin, too.
Reality: a Paradigm Shift!
Another synthesis of
physics and metaphysics, but this time with lots of mathematics.
So much mathematics that it would make your head spin. Here's
a sample: "with radius "r" and vector "v"
as squares of integers; and, diagonal "d," perigee "p,"
and Brunardot Iteration "i," above the first iteration,
as Natural Prime numbers; also, force "F," energy "E,"
and the Harmonic Ratio "HR" are integers; soliton "s"
is an even integer and Light "L" is an integer divisible
by 4; and also, included is a simple series and a right triangle;
all components, so described, are generated by . . . any, single
integer . . . with limitless iterations. (Except for "0"
and +1, which generate the quaquaversal axes of Reality.)"
I don't know about you, but any theory in physics which
ignores the quaquaversal axes just looks incomplete.
and Obscure Science
Here's someone just starting
out in the reinvention of physics world, and he needs all the
encouragement we can give him. It's a lonely life being
a pioneer, struggling against the dominant paradigm, but remember,
Joshua, salmon have to fight their way upstream against all
the odds (and those bears in the National Geographic)
to make the future of their species. Of course they die then,
so maybe that's not such a good motivational analogy. Here's
a better one - Edison tried 8000 things before he found the
best thing to use as a light bulb filament. He believed you
could build an anti-gravity machine, too. And he invented the
phonograph, the forerunner of the singing email.
History is Bunk!
Where the past is rewritten
Conrad - Man is as old as coal
good cause to be afraid of Ed Conrad, because Ed has proved
beyond all doubt that the history of humankind goes back to
the times when the great coal beds were being laid down. He
has destroyed the edifice of Darwinism by the simple method
of proving that, as man has been here for hundreds of millions
of years, we cannot be the evolutionary descendants of other
life forms. On the contrary, if man preceded the emergence of
frill-necked lizards, then many of today's animals must
be descended from man. The dolphins truly are our cousins. Creationists
should take no comfort from Ed's comprehensive destruction
of the Darwin myth. Ed quite clearly states that he is at the
boundary where "pseudoscience meets honest science"
- he says man is as old as coal, not the creationist version
where coal is as old as man.
Travel Research Center
There is a simple answer
to the argument that we can only guess at history, and can never
know for sure what happened and when it happened. The answer
is to go there and see for ourselves, and the way we do this
is by time travel. Oh, I know, closed-minded, hide-bound conservative
Einsteinists and addle-minded philosophers will give us any
number of reasons why time travel is impossible or illogical,
but that doesn't mean it is not true. I mean, there's
no law that says I HAVE to kill my grandparents just because
I go back to way back then. Or kill Hitler's parents. Or
not shoot JFK. I know this is true because I read it in a book
in the library at Alexandria.
This web site is now for sale. Perhaps they should
travel into the future and see who will have bought
PB January 2003
It's not really scientific, but
this site is about research into the history of the future.
It contains links to other sites that mention the year 2012.
Why this is so is not immediately obvious to me, but I guess
I could tell them that this page links to their page and so
is itself a reference to 2012.
I could not talk about history without
mentioning the real purpose of the pyramids, especially the
big one at Giza. So much research has been done on this structure
that it can no longer be doubted that, whatever it is, it is
not what the "scientists" say it is. How can we believe
that ordinary Egyptians built this thing and that it is just
a big pile of rocks made in honour of some dead ruler? The truth
is in there, but only for those with the courage to look without
prejudice. The pyramid is so important and its purpose so obvious
that I have included three scientific examinations of it here,
not just one. There is total agreement that the pyramid is a
pump, an energy generator, and an observatory built by aliens.