New Energy Series 1 Tom Bearden Clip 1

Nuclear engineer and scalar energy theorist discusses Tesla, Maxwell, regauging, Poynting flow, back EMF, virtual particle flux of the vacuum, general relativity and other exotic topics in electrodynamics.

August 03, 1930: Scientist and Artist Dispute Newton and Kepler Findings

Dr. Jackson Sees Something Profane in Mr. Russell's Attack on Laws of Science
To the Editor of The New York Times
The Times of July 21 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 surgical operation upon the present primitive beliefs can ever put them in line for a workable cosmogenetic synthesis."

Energy From The Vacuum Part 05 Trailer - Hidden Electrodynamics and The Final Secret of Free Energy

HIDDEN ELECTRODYNAMICS and THE FINAL SECRET OF FREE ENERGY featuring Tom Bearden with appearances by David Clements Ph.D. and Lt.Col. Ken Moore (ret.)

Running Time: 1 hr. 15 minutes

Alternative Energy Institute: T.T. Brown (missing page found on web.archive.org)

Townsend Brown checking a geophysical sensor strip recorder in Hawaii.
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One of the greatest energies in the universe is the force of gravitation. The power potential of this force exceeds atomic energy and produces no deadly gamma rays in the process. During this century, Thomas Townsend Brown probably came closest to tapping the potential of this free and boundless energy. Brown realized early on that mankind's use of power in jet- and rocket-propelled vehicles is a "sledge and hammer" approach to gaining high-speed, high-altitude flight. Engineers have increased vehicle thrust significantly, but the gain in speed and power is marginal when compared to the energy expended. Is brute rocket force the best way to reach the stars? Brown didn't think so (
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