This is one of those difficult posts which is a report of a correspondence without putting the unpublishable bits.
Rossa sent me this on the Iranian nuclear man Keshe:
His thesis is that by harnessing gravity and other force, the problem of energy is solved. Reference is made to Tesla by observers. Rossa thinks it’s a goer but I put this:
… to which she replied:
Two diametrically opposed answers and all Michael Brown can ask for in answer to the 2nd answer is peer reviewed papers. Well taking the climate change debate as an example so called peer review is a nonsense when new technology appears to defeat the shibboleths of physics. People who run with the current paradigm are hardly going to peer review something which challenges their beliefs. Much easier to call it crackpot or conspiracy.
And Keshe is a nuclear engineer so surely should know what happens in a reactor, maybe more so than the respondents to the question. Think I’d rather listen to what he has to say than someone like Pachauri a railway engineer expounding on climate science. And anyway surely the science, even physics, isn’t settled…yet!
Tesla proved you could get ‘free energy’ out of thin air which I think, from memory, was to do with the electro-magnetic field that completely surrounds the earth and is constantly recharged by the Sun. And small local nuclear reactors for communities have already been built based on similar tech to the ones in nuclear powered subs. Size isn’t a problem.
Cold fusion is also another one that is being examined with both those that say it does work and those who work with fission saying it’s impossible. If everything was impossible we’d have no development at all. After all we once believed man couldn’t fly!
I can take that onboard but still put this:
Is it an open and shut case or is the jury still out?