If cloudbusting is to be done responsibly, one of the first and most basic safety precautions must be that no operation is kept secret.Submitted by esaruoho on March 19, 2011 - 20:12
In the 1970s and 80s, Trevor Constable ``solved`` the pollution problem in Los Angeles. He made it all go out of the Los Angeles Basin into the desert. He told radio talk shows he had gotten rid of the pollution. He wrote articles about it in Borderlands magazine. He asked all his fans to write to the Los Angeles County Commissioners demanding they hire him to protect the city from pollution.
November 02, 1930: Mr. Russell Upholds Theory of a "Two-Way" Universe - Proton Is Not A "Hole," He DeclaresSubmitted by esaruoho on July 30, 2008 - 13:59
New York Times, November 2, 1930, Sunday
Section: Editorial, Page E2, 5965 words
Letters From Times Readers On Topics in the News;
MR. RUSSELL UPHOLDS THEORY OF A "TWO-WAY" UNIVERSE
Proton Is Not a "Hole," He Declares, Merely Because It Acts Like One
To the Editor of The New York Times:
By John David Mann
Copyright 1989 John David Mann
"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
by Bruce A. Perreault
-EXOTIC RESEARCH CONFERENCE 2001 PROCEEDINGS-
The Earth is bathed in a sea of cosmic and solar energies. Can a device be built that can transform this high frequency energy into usable power? I believe that T. H. Moray did build such a device. This has inspired me to conduct my research and to build my own prototypes. How the radiant energy device really worked might shock a few people once the facts become known.
Present day alternative energy researchers find hope in that, one day, power will be obtained from the energy that runs the Cosmos. In reality, this dream proves to be a lure to its followers, beyond the limits of credibility. A quagmire of unsubstantiated hypotheses exists, so bottomless and unreal. The facts of many newly conceived energy concepts are wholly inadequate, lacking justification, and incapable of throwing any light on the promise of inexpensive, abundant sources of energy.
by Gaston Burridge
A salt Lake City man claims discovery of a new form of energy with which he performs metallurgical miracles.
Legend, if not history, has it that the alchemists of old searched for two things; how to make gold from baser metals, especially lead, and how to produce an elixir of life.
Some persons believe the alchemists were not searching for a new formula for making gold, but rather looking for information they believed was once known, then lost.