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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.
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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.

Nikola Tesla on the future

We are confronted with portentous problems which can not be solved just by providing for our material existence, however abundantly. On the contrary, progress in this direction is fraught with hazards and perils not less menacing than those born from want and suffering. If we were to release the energy of the atoms or discover some other way of developing cheap and unlimited power at any point of the globe this accomplishment, instead of being a blessing, might bring disaster to mankind...

The Macrobiotic Genius of Walter Russell


By John David Mann

Copyright 1989 John David Mann


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"The Times of July 21 [1930] contains an article stating
that Walter Russell challenges the Newtonian theory of
gravitation. This artist, who is admittedly not a scientist, goes
on to say that the fundamentals of science are so hopelessly
wrong and so contrary to nature, that nothing but a major

KeelyNet: Jerry Decker: Who Was John Worrell Keely?

Article on the Theories of Keely

by Jerry W. Decker

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Who was John W. Keely?

John Keely was an independent researcher specializing in the properties of sound during the mid to late 1800's.

What did Keely discover?

He was purported to have discovered techniques based on incredibly sensitive vibratory mechanisms which would allow the use of the Aether for practical purposes.

What devices did he build?

1) a machine to split the water molecule for the instantaneous release of tremendous pressures

Victor Schauberger's Biography

based on http://www.schauberger-books.org.uk/mainframe.shtml

 

1885 Viktor Schauberger born in Holzschlag, Upper Austria, into a family with a long tradition of caring for the unspoilt Alpine forests.

1914-18 Soon after the birth of his son Walter, Viktor was enlisted in the Kaiser's army.

1919 Appointed forest warden and gamekeeper.

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