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26. Energy should not be defined as the capacity to do work;
that is wrong. Accomplishing translational work is
something that can be done by dispersing energy (order), but
that is not its definition.
Energy is any ordering, either static or dynamic, in the
virtual particle flux (VPF) of vacuum.
Work is just the scattering of energy __ the disordering of
this VPF order. Note that the present definition of energy
used in physics thus is a statement that "order is the
(capacity to do) disordering of order." In that form, the
illogical aspects of the statement can be seen. It is still
correct, however, to state that "energy has the capacity to
do work. Certainly, if you scatter or disorder the order,
you will have disorder. With the word "has" substituted for
"is," the sentence becomes just a statement about energy; it
is not posing improperly as its definition. However, it now
requires that a new definition for "energy" be found. The
new definition was presented above.
Electromagnetic energy is any ordering, either static or
dynamic, in the virtual photon flux of vacuum. In other
words, for a field energy, one selects __ for the ordering
__ only the type of particle in the VPF that is the quantum
particle of that field.
A potential is any ordering, either static or dynamic or
combination thereof, in the virtual particle flux of vacuum.
Note that, according to this definition, a potential is pure
energy, a priori. It is also totally ordered internally __
which is a new concept for physics. But we must be careful.
Because of the nature of the virtual particle flux
comprising it, the potential is a collection of nearly
individual virtual energies __ a collection of the
individual energies of a host of individually moving virtual
particles. Each particle is still almost totally separate
from each other, most of the time. In other words, as an
informal analogy, potential is a sort of mostly
disintegrated energy, which only has just a touch of
integration, enough to allow it to be referred to as a
single "collection" or "ordering." Note also that the
ordering itself is an open system. Virtual particles are
continually entering, leaving, or appearing and disappearing
in it. The ordering is like a whirlpool in a river: The
form or ordering may be stable, but the water molecules are
continually passing through the stable, ordered form.
A scalar potential is any static (stationary) ordering in
the virtual particle flux of vacuum. A vector potential is
any dynamic (nonstationary) ordering in the virtual particle
flux of vacuum. Note that both scalar and vector potentials
have totally ordered interiors. Scalar potentials and
vector potentials are simply different subsets of the energy
domain. And notice that both are simply stable forms in a
dynamic medium, like two swirls in a river. So to speak,
one swirl is stationary with respect to the observer on the
bank; however, internally it is quite highly dynamic, with
water molecules continually flowing into and out of the
stabilized form. The second swirl is moving with respect to
the observer on the bank; however, internally it also is
quite highly dynamic internally, with water molecules
continually flowing into and out of the stabilized form.
The difference here is whether or not there is movement of
the stable exterior form with respect to the observer. Both
are open systems, continually being supplied with energy
flowing in, and continually emitting energy. Also note that
both kinds of EM potentials possess ordered internal
Whittaker bidirectional wave structures.
An electrostatic scalar potential is any static (stationary)
ordering in the virtual photon flux of vacuum. Its ordered
structure is an ordered lattice of spacetime/vacuum, and
consists of a Fourier expansion of harmonic transverse EM
plane waves, coupled to the phase conjugate of the expansion
in 1:1 ratio. Scalar interferometry between two or more
scalar EM potentials is just the multiple simultaneous
interferometry of the constituent Whittaker waves.
Incredibly dynamic interference of
potentials/vacua/spacetimes from all the charged particles
of the universe is continually occurring in "the" ambient
vacuum __ that is, in the quantum mechanical vacuum. The
quantum mechanical vacuum concept is just the modification
of the classical "empty vacuum" concept to take into account
the spontaneous creation and annihilation of virtual
particles, required by quantum mechanics and the Heisenberg
"A" vacuum is a spacetime and, to first order, a scalar
potential. "The" ambient vacuum is a violently changing and
interfering collection of potentials from moving particles
all over the universe; i.e., "the" ambient vacuum is really
an incredibly large number of conglomerated, interfering
vacua/potentials. The conglomeration implication for
vacuum/spacetime of these definitions, or of the gist of
them, has previously been pointed out by W. Misner, K.S.
Thorne and J.A. Wheeler, Gravitation, 1973, p. 399.
Quoting: "...The terms 'gravitational field' and 'gravity'
refer in a vague, collective sort of way to all of these
entities. Another, equivalent term for them is the
'geometry of spacetime.'" Our comment is as follows: In
other words, the notion of the geometry of spacetime is also
a vague, conglomerated concept, and it also must not be
primary, but must be composed of other field effects and
things __ which of course is Sakharov's hypothesis that
gravitation is not even a primary field of nature, but is
always due to interactions and effects of other fields.
The above definitions are all precise. To the best of my
knowledge, most of them have not previously appeared in
physics in such an exact form. To explain why more precise
definitions are so important, we quote a statement by
Einstein: "...the scientist makes use of a whole arsenal of
concepts which he imbibed practically with his mother's
milk; and seldom if ever is he aware of the eternally
problematic character of his concepts. He uses this
conceptual material, or, speaking more exactly, these
conceptual tools of thought, as something obviously,
immutably given; something having an objective value of
truth which is hardly ever, and in any case not seriously,
to be doubted. ...in the interests of science it is
necessary over and over again to engage in the critique of
these fundamental concepts, in order that we may not
unconsciously be ruled by them." Quoted from Albert
Einstein, "Foreword," to Max Jammer, Concepts of Space: The
History of Theories of Space in Physics, Harvard University
Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1969, p. xi-xii.
27. See Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton and Matthew
Sands, The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Addison-Wesley, New
York, Vol. I, 1963, p. 2-4 for a statement that the electric
field exists at a point in the vacuum in the context of its
potentiality for producing a force, should a charge be
placed at that point. Maxwell's original theory was modeled
on a mechanical ether, where the ether was a material
medium. If that were truly the case, then force-fields
would exist in the material-ether medium. Accordingly, they
were so modeled by Maxwell. With the subsequent elimination
of the material ether, Maxwell's EM force-in-the-material-
ether model was rendered incorrect, but the model has never
been recast, to this date.
28. Calculations of the energy density in the vacuum range to
enormous values on the order of 10exp100 grams per cubic
centimeter, expressed in mass units. To convert this mass
density to energy density, simply multiply by the square of
the speed of light.
29. Recall again Feynman's statement. In the vacuum, one just
has a force-field-free gradient in the potential until one
places an observable charge in there for the potential
gradient to couple to. With such charged particle(s) in
place, the local interaction and coupling of the potential
gradient with the charged particle(s) produces (and in fact
constitutes) an electromagnetic force field.
30. Notice that, considering the electron gas as a fluid, a
longitudinal pressure gradient does move nearly instantly
down the wire, without concomitant electron movement as
longitudinal current. So the potential gradient does race
longitudinally down the wire at nearly the speed c. In our
detectors and instruments, however, we still detect the
lateral electron precession waves, however. Obviously we
need some instruments of greater subtlety.
31. For an explanation of the electron drift velocity, see any
good sophomore physics text. E.g., see David Halliday,
Robert Resnick, and John Merrill, Fundamentals of Physics,
Third Edition Extended, Volume Two, John Wiley & Sons, New
York, 1988, p. 649-650. The effective or averaged velocity
of the electrons in the electron gas in a copper conductor,
e.g., may be about 1.6 x 10 exp 6 meters per second, where
the electrons are considered as free particles in a gas.
However, when an electric field is applied to the conductor,
the average velocity of the electrons down the wire may be
only about 4 x 10 exp(-5) meters per second. This field-
induced motion down the wire is many orders of magnitude
less than the average velocity of each moving electron
(without respect to its direction). As can be seen, the
electrons just gradually "drift along slowly" down the wire
on the average, fully justifying the term "drift velocity."
Most of the movement of the electrons in the wire is in a
radial (precession) direction.
32. The change in potential that travels down the wire is in
fact a change in the intensity of the local vacuum's virtual
photon flux exchange with the atoms of the wire,
particularly with their atomic nuclei. It is this VPF
exchange between vacuum and nucleus (and to a far lesser
extent, between vacuum and the electrons) which is the
"medium" for the true signal. Thus the signal is simply a
traveling change in the vacuum/atom VPF exchange
"potential", with only a slight delay due to interaction
with the charges in the nuclei. The signal is primarily a
change in the virtual state conditions, rather than in the
observable state conditions. However, to "observe" this
signal, the embedding or "coupling" interaction of the
traveling potential gradient with the conduction electrons
is important. This coupling produces translation force
fields, i.e., acceleration changes in the translating
electrons. We actually detect these electron translation
changes. In other words, we actually detect electron
wiggles, and infer or assume what must have been in the
vacuum to interact with the electron gas and cause its waves
or "wiggles." It is strongly accented that any detector
detects only its own internal change; it detects nothing
"external" at all.
33. Tesla was adamant that EM waves in the vacuum were not
Hertzian, but were waves of rarefaction and compression, as
are sound waves. For example, see Nikola Tesla, "Pioneer
Radio Engineer Gives Views on Power," New York Herald
Tribune, Sep. 11, 1932. Quoting: "...I showed that the
universal medium is a gaseous body in which only
longitudinal pulses can be propagated, involving alternating
compressions and expansions similar to those produced by
sound waves in the air. Thus, a wireless transmitter does
not emit Hertz waves which are a myth, but sound waves in
the ether, behaving in every respect like those in the air,
except that, owing to the great elastic force and extremely
small density of the medium, their speed is that of light."
In a later article, "The True Wireless," Electrical
Experimenter, May 1919, p. 87, Tesla wrote: "...The Hertz
wave theory of wireless transmission may be kept up for a
while, but I do not hesitate to say that in a short time it
will be recognized as one of the most remarkable and
inexplicable aberrations of the scientific mind which has
ever been recorded in history." Four years before E.T.
Whittaker's epochal 1903 paper describing the internal
structure of the scalar potential as consisting of a phase-
locked harmonic series of special bidirectional EM standing
waves, Tesla experimentally discovered the "standing
potential waves". On July 3, 1899 and on through the
evening into the morning of July 4, Tesla observed standing
potential waves from a traveling thunderstorm, even after
the storm had traveled a distance of several hundred miles.
He recorded this significant discovery in his laboratory
notes on July 4, 1899. See Nikola Tesla, Colorado Springs
Notes 1899-1900, Nolit, Beograd, Yugoslavia, 1978, p. 61-62.
In his magnifying transmitter, Tesla was not depending upon
ordinary Hertzian waves, or earth-ionospheric duct
transmission of power. These would not allow magnification
of the power worldwide. For example, in Nikola Tesla, "My
Inventions: Part V. The Magnifying Transmitter," Electrical
Experimenter, June 1919, p. 176, Tesla stated that "...this
wireless transmitter is one in which the Hertz-wave
radiation is an entirely negligible quantity as compared
with the whole energy." On p. 178 of the same article,
Tesla stated that "The transmitter was to emit a wave-
complex of special characteristics..." In "The True
Wireless," Electrical Experimenter, May 1919, p. 29, Tesla
mentioned his use of a unique form of resonance in
connection with his wireless transmission of energy, by
stating that one "...must not view it in the light of
present day science." On p. 62 of the same article, he
stated that his "...transmission through the earth is in
every respect identical to that through a straight wire."
For a direct and "uncommon" explanation of how Tesla's
magnifying transmitter actually worked, see T.E. Bearden,
"Extracting electromagnetic energy from the nonlinear earth
as a self-pumped phase conjugate mirror," Proceedings,
PACE's Third International New Energy Technology Symposium,
Jun. 25-28, 1988 at Maison due Cityoen, Hull (Ottawa),
34. For a comprehensive discussion of ether theories, see E.T.
Whittaker, A History of the Theories of Aether and
Electricity, Philosophical Library, New York, 1951. This is
the same Whittaker whose 1903 and 1904 papers provide the
missing linkage needed to unify EM, GR, and QM today.
35. By Michelson's interferometry experiments to measure the
speed of light. See R.S. Shankland, "Michelson: America's
First Nobel Prize Winner in Science," The Physics Teacher,
36. Ironically, a world-renowned Nobel Laureate __ whom I
greatly admire and with whom I interacted face-to-face for
about three hours __ was completely unable to comprehend
that a photon carried time, even though he was quite aware
that its dimensions were energy multiplied by time! He in
fact was adamant that it could only carry energy, not time.
Many other physicists have exhibited the same bewilderment
when queried on this question. The point is this: It is
not, repeat not, the energy of the photon that is quantized.
It is the photon's overall action/angular momentum that is
quantized. Making up the photon, the energy and time
components are canonical. For stable rate-of-time-flow
conditions, the energy and time in a photon are discretized.
37. Years ago, we crudely used this to generate a fundamentally
new definition of mass, and also to explain the mechanism
for the "flow of time." See T. E. Bearden,
Quiton/Perceptron Physics: A Theory of Existence,
Perception, and Physical Phenomena, National Technical
Information System, Report AD-763210, 1973. The paper is
crude, and should be rewritten when possible. But it gets
the main point across. It also derives Newton's laws of
motion, relativistic form; the square law of gravitation;
and a new defining equation for mass in terms of trapped
38. Specifically, the photon and antiphoton actually differ
internally. The photon is composed of (+DE)(+Dt), or a
piece of positive energy and a piece of positive time,
welded together without a seam. The antiphoton is composed
of (-DE)(-Dt), or a piece of negative energy and a piece of
negative time, welded together without a seam.
39. Maxwell in fact writes: "There are physical quantities of
another kind which are related to directions in space, but
which are not vectors. Stresses and strains in solid bodies
are examples of these, and so are some of the properties of
bodies considered in the theory of elasticity and in the
theory of double refraction. Quantities of this class
require for their definition nine numerical specifications.
They are expressed in the language of quaternions by linear
and vector functions of a vector." [James Clerk Maxwell, A
Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, unabridged third
edition, Volume 1, Dover Publications, New York, 1954, p.
10.] However, even though Maxwell utilized a mechanical
model of the ether, he apparently never focused on the exact
internal vector patterning of a scalar stress potential as a
highly significant, engineerable property. On page 30 of
his Treatise, e.g., he shows three figures illustrating his
conception of directional actions at a point in space,
involving vectorial convergence, rotation, and a combination
of the two. However, I have found no evidence that he
realized the significance of the precise pattern of the
internal vector structure of a quaternion multiplication's
remaining scalar component when the vector or directional
components of that multiplication interact to a zero
translation resultant. In other words, I have been unable
to find any recognition by Maxwell that a zero-vector-
resultant translation system was highly significant,
particularly in its gravitational implications. However, my
search of Maxwell has certainly not been exhaustive, and
evidence to the contrary may yet be surfaced.
40. Maxwell's theory is actually some 200-odd quaternion
equations scattered throughout his 1873 book. See James
Clerk Maxwell, A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism,
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1873. The third edition is
by Dover, 1954.
41. Whittaker, 1904, ibid.
42. There are at least two quite different kinds of zero, and
mathematics uses the zero concept in two entirely different
fashions. An example is in arithmetic. When we write a
number, a zero in a digit's position means the absence of
any digit there. It means the total absence of any digit
there. In other words, it corresponds to an "empty set."
We also use the zero standing alone as "the definite absence
of any single number." However, here there is a great
difference, because at the same time it's also the
indefinite presence of multiple numbers. Specifically,
e.g., 0 = 3 + 2 + (-5), etc. In our arithmetic operations
we regularly replace the "zero as absence of any single
number" by "zero as the presence of multiple numbers whose
sum is zero." In other words, this type of zero refers to
absence only of any singular number. In this zero case, the
sum of a group of two or more numbers that are present can
be zero, while the numbers still remain. In vectors, of
course, the directions refer to translations. So a zero
vector need not be an "empty set." It's an "empty set"
insofar as use of any single finite translation vector to
represent the combined finite translations of the
interacting vectors. None such can be there, because the
overall system doesn't translate. But the zero vector
resultant is not an empty set with regards to the actual
continued presence of the multiply interacting vectors.
They are still there and, if they represent forces, they
produce a specifically patterned stress, or stress
potential. A zero-vector resultant system of finite vector
components, in vacuum, is a specific template and a specific
vacuum engine doing continuous internal work on the medium.
Simply speaking, the total energy in the stress can be taken
as a function of the sum of the squares of the magnitudes of
the internal vector components. Note that the internal
energy patterning, however, is specific both in individual
magnitudes and directions. So for zero-vector translation
resultant systems, the system is a scalar stress system __
non-translating __ in terms of its total magnitude, but that
scalar stress system is specific in terms of its hidden
internal translation vector structure. Also, note that two
stress systems can have identical stress magnitudes (the
same amount of internal energy), but its internal components
may vary drastically, both in individual directions and
individual energies directed in those directions.
43. Tesla considered that an electrical charge was carried by
the electron, but was distinct from the electron itself. He
considered electricity to be a fluid thinner than any form
of matter, with highly specific properties of its own,
completely separate from matter. He considered the charge
of the electron to be due to a surface layer of electricity
covering it, and it could receive many layers, giving it
multiple charges, all of which could be dissipated. See
John J. O'Neill, Prodigal Genius, Angriff Press, Hollywood,
California, 1981, p. 249-250.
44. For appreciable curvature and hence use of the vacuum as an
appreciable EM energy source or sink, one must alter the
mass potential of the atomic nucleus. In other words, that
is where most of the potential energy is, and it has an
internal Whittaker EM biwave structure which can gradually
be appreciably activated and altered. See, for example,
Ingram Bloch and Horace Crater, "Lorentz-invariant
potentials and the nonrelativistic limit," American Journal
of Physics, 49(1), Jan. 1981, p. 67-75. When the trapped EM
energy in the mass potential is altered to a degree of
notable size with respect to the particle's rest energy,
ordinary Newtonian mechanics and the Schroedinger equation
may be inadequate, even if v/c is small.
45. E.g., see David Halliday, Robert Resnick, and John Merrill,
Fundamentals of Physics, Third Edition Extended, Volume Two,
John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1988, p. 1024. See also
Chapter 2 of Peter Galison, How Experiments End, University
of Chicago Press, 1987 for a detailed description of the
Einstein-de Haas experiment of 1915, and of the related
experiments that followed it. Also note particularly that
the suspended static magnet case does not appear to have
been carefully examined; instead, almost all the work was
with alteration, or change of the magnetization. I am aware
of Soviet work, however, that flatly states that a magnet
carefully and axially suspended vertically develops a
macroscopic turning moment. See again Halliday, Resnick,
and Merrill, p. 1024. Is there a cancellation angular
momentum that cancels the macroscopic angular momentum
effect? If so, from whence does it come? Can it be evaded?
Think about it.
46. Our approach to scalar EM requires that the value of c be a
function of the VPF intensity of the vacuum. In fact, some
of the very best measurements clearly show this fact. See,
for example, Bryan G. Wallace, "The great speed of light in
space coverup," Scientific Ethics, 1(1), Feb. 1985, p. 2-3.
According to Wallace's findings, significant unexplained
systematic variations exist in all measured interplanetary
radar data, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is apparently
forced to use empirical correction factors to uphold the
constancy of the speed of light. See also M.E. Ash, I.I.
Shapiro, and W.B. Smith, Astron. J., Vol. 72, 1967, p. 72.
Direct experiments on Einstein's second postulate, in the
1961 interplanetary radar contact with Venus, challenge
whether relativity is correct. Variations of over 30,000%
of the best possible general relativity fit the MIT Lincoln
Lab could generate were measured. The variations were not
random but contained diurnal, lunar, and synodic periodic
components. See also Bryan G. Wallace, "The Unified Quantum
Electrodynamic Ether," Foundations of Physics, Vol. 3, 1973,
p. 381. Wallace details measurements strongly challenging
the Einstein assumption of the constant velocity of light,
and deals with the nature of the ether. Wallace's analysis
of such data strongly challenging the constancy of the speed
of light in vacuum has been largely suppressed by leading
47. The huge collection of charged particles in the mass of the
earth, and the local scalar EM potential resulting from
them, results in an ambient vacuum potential in the earth
laboratory that is higher in magnitude than the ambient
vacuum potential in deep space far from planetary and
stellar masses. Just as sound travels faster through steel
than air, light should travel faster in a hard vacuum in the
earth laboratory than it does in deep space. Indeed this is
true. See, for example, B.N. Belyaev, "On random
fluctuations of the velocity of light in vacuum," [in
Russian], Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Fizika,
Vol. 11, Nov. 1980, p. 37-42.
48. A.D. Sakharov, "Vacuum Quantum Fluctuations in Curved Space
and the Theory of Gravitation," Soviet Physics Doklady, Vol.
12, 1968, p. 1040.
49. Thus the probability that a quantum potential will be formed
between separated electronic systems, etc., is a function of
the overall signal density of the environment, rather than
specific signal characteristics. I have previously proposed
a self-targeting mechanism that directly creates the quantum
potential, via the hidden Whittaker biwave EM communication
inside the scalar EM potential. See T.E. Bearden,
Gravitobiology, Tesla Book Co., POB 12183, Chula Vista, CA
91912, 1991, p. 33-37. An example of the quantum potential
effect also apparently happened during the U.S. air attack
on Libya in April 1986. See Mark Thompson, "Mixed signals
may have misguided U.S. weapons," The Washington Post, Jan.
22, 1989, p. A4 for a description of the incident.
50. For various papers treating the quantum potential, but
without any notion of the mechanism that creates one, see
Quantum Implications: Essays in Honour of David Bohm, Eds.
B.J. Hiley and F. David Peat, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London
& New York, 1987. Also, particularly see the various papers
on this subject in Quantum Concepts in Space and Time, Eds.
R. Penrose and C.J. Isham, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1986.
51. Floyd Sweet and T.E. Bearden, ibid.
52. Paul J. Nahin, Oliver Heaviside: Sage in Solitude, IEEE
Press, New York, 1988, p. 307.
53. For a beautiful consideration of negative energy in a theory
of gravitation, see Frederick E. Alzofon, "Antigravity with
present technology: Implementation and theoretical
foundation," in AIAA/SAE/ASME Joint Propulsion Conference,
17th, Colorado Springs, Colorado, July 27-29, 1981, New
York: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Report #AIAA-81-1608, 1981.
54. For example, see "Nonlinear Forced Oscillations," in Modern
Mathematics for the Engineer, Edwin F. Beckenbach, Ed.,
McGraw-Hill, New York, 1956, p. 18-20 for a particularly
simple and succinct introduction. More complete coverages
are readily available. Our comment here is that, in the
graviton theory advanced in this paper, gravitons comprising
a scalar EM potential are already linked spatially and
harmonically/subharmonically, to compose a spatiotemporal
55. The following references should prove useful: Vlail P.
Kaznacheyev and L.P. Mikhailova, Ultraweak Radiations in
Intercellular Interactions, [in Russian], Novosibirsk, 1981;
Vail P. Kaznacheyev, "Electromagnetic Bioinformation in
Intercellular Interactions," PSI Research, 1(1), Mar. 1982,
p. 47-76. [Although the PSI Research journal is now
defunct, the referenced article in it contains a
considerable amount of the information referenced in
Kaznacheyev's book.] See also V.P. Kaznacheyev et Al,
"Distant intercellular interactions in a system of two
tissue cultures," Psychoenergetic Systems, 1(3), Mar. 1976;
Vlail P. Kaznacheyev et Al, "Apparent information transfer
between two groups of cells," Psychoenergetic Systems, 1(1),
Dec. 1974; V.P. Kaznacheyev, "Information function of
Ultraweak Light Flows in Biological Systems," in Problems in
Biophysics, Novosirbirsk, 1967, p. 7-18 [in Russian].
56. For decades the Soviets induced anomalous health changes and
diseases in personnel in the U.S. Embassy in Moscow,
utilizing microwave radiation. Studies by Johns Hopkins
researchers established that the anomalous health changes
only occurred in personnel located in areas that had zero EM
force fields. In other words, they occurred only where the
potentials __ if any __ would have been gradient-free, and
hence persistent, and without bleed-off. Specific Whittaker
structures introduced into the persistent potentials could
directly account for the results, a la Kaznacheyev's
cytopathogenic effect. Note that, in nonlinear systems, the
phenomenon of nonlinear resonance would imply that
subharmonics of the specific Kaznacheyev optical signals
from damaged cells could be utilized to produce the
cytopathogenic effect. In other words, microwaves could be
utilized to produce the same results. See T.E. Bearden,
Gravitobiology, Tesla Book Co., Chula Vista, California,
1991 for more complete details, mechanisms, and extensive
57. In the 1960s and 70's French inventor Antoine Priore,
working with some of the finest French medical scientists,
positively proved that killer diseases such as cancer,
leukemia, sleeping sickness, etc. can be cured with
unorthodox electromagnetics. This was not anecdotal
material, but rigorous scientific experiments properly
performed and reported in the French medical journals. For
a complete resume of the Priore affair, see Jean-Michel
Graille, Le Dossier Priore, De Noel, Paris, 1984 (in
French). For a substantial synopsis, see Christopher Bird,
"Appendix I: The Case of Antoine Priore and His Therapeutic
Machine: A Scandal in the Politics of Science," in T.E.
Bearden, AIDS: Biological Warfare, ibid. p. 346-375. See
also Priore references, ibid., p. 333-339. For an excellent
lay summary of the Priore Affair, with some details of the
working of Priore's machine, particularly see David M.
Rorvick, "Do the French have a cure for cancer?", Esquire
Magazine, July 1975, p. 110-111, 142-149.
58. As an example, one eminent French scientist who worked with
Priore was Dr. Robert Courrier, then Secretaire Perpetuel of
the French Academy of Sciences, and also head of the Biology
Section of the Academy. Courrier personally presented
Priore's astounding results to the French Academy.
Pautrizel was also another eminent French scientist who
extensively worked with Priore, and wrote several technical
papers on the results, and these papers are printed in the
standard French medical literature.
59. See Fritz Albert Popp, "Photon Storage in Biological
Systems," in Fritz Albert Popp et Al, Eds., Electromagnetic
Bio-Information: Proceedings of the Symposium, Marburg,
September 5, 1977, Urban & Schwarzenberg, Baltimore, 1979,
60. Aharonov and Bohm, Physical Review, 1959.
61. Whittaker, 1904, ibid.
62. Specifically, it is absolutely essential to read Morris
Kline, Mathematics: The Loss of Certainty, Oxford University
Press, New York, 1980
63. See, for example, G. Spencer Brown, Laws of Form, Julian
Press, New York, 1972.
64. See Appendix III: "A Conditional Criterion for Identity,
Leading to a Fourth Law of Logic," in T.E. Bearden, AIDS:
Biological Warfare, Tesla Book Co., POB 12183, Chula Vista,
CA 91912, 1988, p. 428-443.
65. Robert Bruce Lindsay and Henry Margenau, Foundations of
Physics, Dover Publications, New York, 1963.
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