The energy-crisis hoax


Richard Moore

From: "Electronz Ezine" <•••@••.•••>
Subject: ELECTRONZ - 710
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 11:51:23 +1200

19 March 2007
Weekly international Ezine focusing on the New Economics


In this issue:




While recovering from the shock of reading that the producer of AN INCONVENIENT 
TRUTH HAS BEEN USING about $1,000- (USD) worth of electricity and gas every week
in his 20 room mansion, while building a Presidential Campaign on the claim the 
U.S. needs to conserve energy, we've been knocked back by Tom Beardon's 
revelation that according to some ways of considering EM (Electromagnetic 
Energy) there is no real shortage of energy, for various motive and other 
purposes. There is just the need to approach it from a different foundation, and
learn how to harness and use it in completely different ways.

We are insufficiently qualified in electro-physics to pass any opinion on the 
validity or otherwise of Tom Beardon's contentions, beyond saying that no 
possibility which could revolutionise travel and life should be discarded 
without the most thorough investigation possible. Although we only reprint a few
excerpts from the review by a physicist of Beardon's claims, we have included 
links for further investigations by those interested and appropriately 
qualified. We Quote:

By Leslie R. Pastor:

The crux of Tom Bearden's published work, ultimately, is to reveal that the 
current 'energy' system is and has been deliberately flawed and curtailed 
preventing the acquisition of using 'free and abundant' sources of energy freely
from the 'vacuum of space-time.' Most people presume that 'energy' is 'created' 
by the power companies and then transferred along a grid line directly into your
homes and places of business. Nothing could be further from the truth, and, 
because it is true, has been deliberately hidden from the general public, 
academia, and our current electrical engineering schools. Tom Bearden explains: 
The real problem is, of all things, the sadly flawed old electrical engineering 
model. That horrible model used today was put together by Oliver Heaviside and 
others in the 1880s after James Clerk Maxwell was already dead (in 1879). Today 
it is actually Heaviside's highly reduced vector equations, further severely 
reduced by Lorentz in 1892 and in 1900. Most EE's have never even seen Maxwell's
actual theory (in quaternion-like mathematics) of 20 equations in 20 unknowns. 
They are lied to and told they are studying "Maxwell's theory", which actually 
is not taught in any of our universities. In this paper, Maxwell presents his 
seminal theory of electromagnetism, containing 20 equations in 20 unknowns.

And as J. P. Morgan remarked, "You can't put a meter on that!" (Tesla's free EM 
energy from space). Thus Tesla had to go. He was fairly easily suppressed by 
simply cutting down, and then cutting off, his funding. As is known, Tesla did 
in fact later power an automobile directly with "energy from space". His nephew 
who rode in the car with him, was still alive the last time I checked.

The so-called "static" field or potential from any dipolarity is comprised of a 
steady flow of real photons, whose energy has been directly extracted from the 
seething virtual state vacuum by the asymmetry of that dipole. Lee and Yang got 
the Nobel Prize in 1957 for predicting broken symmetry - which was a giant 
revolution in physics. And, quoting Nobelist Lee: ".the discoveries made in 1957
established not only right-left asymmetry, but also the asymmetry between the 
positive and negative signs of electric charge.

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OUR COMMENTS: You don't have to be an Einstein to guess why the founder and 
namesake of the J.P. Morgan Banking Corporation would be unenthusiastic about 
something that you could not put a meter on ..

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