Eric Laithwaite: The Incredible Genius of Eric Laithwaite - for Rense by Richard Milton

Few people visit the Royal Institution, in London's Albemarle Street, for amusement. There are not many laughs at Britain's second oldest scientific institution, founded in 1799, where Sir Humphry Davy demonstrated his discovery of the elements sodium and potassium and where Michael Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction. It's true there have been some lighter moments in the famous circular lecture theatre, especially since Sir William Bragg introduced Christmas Lectures for Children in the 1920s. But, on the whole, this is stuffed shirt territory.

Eugene Mallove's Open Letter to the World

Open Letter from Dr. Eugene Mallove

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Universal Appeal for Support
for New Energy Science and Technology
by Dr. Eugene F. Mallove
President, New Energy Foundation, Inc.
Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy Magazine

Toby Grotz, Patrick G. Bailey: Nikola Tesla, Walter Russell, Hans Coler

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"A Critical Review of the Available Information Regarding Claims of
Zero-Point Energy, Free-Energy, and Over-Unity Experiments and Devices"

Patrick G. Bailey
P.O. Box 201
Los Altos, CA 94023-0201

Toby Grotz
760 Prairie Avenue
Craig, CO 81625-1346



Google: Walter Russell, Periodic Table of Elements and Transmutation

There are many different periodic tables of elements. The most famous one is the Mendeleev Periodic Chart of Elements. However, Walter Russell also suggested a periodic chart of elements, so did Sir. William Crookes. Whilst not much progress has been made in combining all three together (and the recently discovered Walter Schauberger chart), there is definitely something of worth in combining them all together, in order to emerge with better knowledge of the Platonic Solids and how sacred geometry ties in with this whole process.

KeelyNet: Excerpts from: Electronics World & Wireless World concerning Stanley Meyer

Excerpts from: Electronics World & Wireless World
( January 1991) ~ KeelyNet File MEYER1.ASC

Eye-witness accounts suggest that US inventor Stanley Meyer has developed an electric cell which will split ordinary tap water into hydrogen and oxygen with far less energy than that required by a normal electrolytic cell.

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