Isaac Newton

Excerpt from Wizard: Nikola Tesla - The Life and Times of a Genius: Mach's experiments in Wave Mechanics retrospect, it appears obvious that Stumpf's opposition did not stop Tesla from studying Mach's experiments in wave mechanics. Born in Moravia (now the Czech Republic) in 1838, Mach graduated from the University of Vienna in 1860. By 1864 he was a full professor at Graz, and by 1867 he was head of the department of experimental physics at Prague, with four books and sixty-two articles to his credit.

Ever-growing (=unfinished) list of New York Times articles featuring Walter Russell

If you are interested in perceiving the type of splash that Walter Russell made when he started writing to The New York Times, here are a few articles that might get you started.
NEw York Times, April 18, 1930
Page 23, 1162 Words
LEWIS THEORY HOLDS TIME FLOWS 2 WAYS; Chemist Asserts That Past and Future Are Interchangeable in Physical Sciences. CHALLENGES EINSTEIN IDEA Bars Concept of "One-Way Causality--Medals of Science SocietyGo to Him and Dr. Cattell. Comments on Relativity. "Purpose" Idea Deeply Rooted.

PAX Scientific - Meet Viktor Schauberger

this is a mashup of articles that detail PaxScientific, and its CEO, Harman's quotes. obviously i started doing this because it has deep connections to what Viktor Schauberger was saying all along. seems there is a huge movement of Biomimicry, that is blissfully unaware of one of its predecessors, Schauberger - with his Comprehend&Copy method. at least back in 2005, PAX Scientific had nothing to say when asked about Viktor Schauberger.

enjoy! if you can.
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