Eiscat
This is an update of Last year’s 2017 article – See Addendum below. HAARP is the trip-off-the-tongue abbreviation for the mouthful that is America’s High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program housed near Gakona, Alaska. Here, on a 33-acre site, scientists transmit a 3.6million megawatt signal into the ionosphere. Then other colleagues in white lab coats can understand and control ionospheric processors that...
espionage
Otto Maier vanished during WW2 but he was not the only scientist who disappeared. Dr. Hans Ehrhardt, former name Hans Engelke, went up in smoke in 1963 as published in Der Spiegel on july 24 1963. The article states: a German conman, at best an “amateur scientist”, had unsuccessfully attempted to fleece the Swiss military by pitching a death ray of...
Leuna Werke
Synthetic Gasoline – Although we still do not know how nature produces oil, yet we possess already for a long time the knowledge to produce it artificially. Friedrich Bergius a German chemist received the Nobel Prize in 1931 in recognition for inventing the process for producing synthetic gasoline in 1913. Since 1927, I.G. Farben A.G. continued to improve this development process in their laboratories at the Leuna...
German flying saucer - fliegende Untertasse
Exact 75 years ago – on 15 july 1941, Rudolf Schriever started the development of a jet driven flying saucer. Article published in magazine “Die Deutsche illustrierte” 1953 There is a man in Germany who can say much more about flying saucers than any other man on this planet. He lives in a small house near Bremerhaven and his place buzz with...
seconds
The second or time itself appears to be a very simple topic. Something humanity takes for an established truth. Humanities’ current understanding of time is deterministic. That is one causality event leads to another causality event. Just like falling domino stones. We determine those moments or events relating to a second which means that we measure a subdivision of the second in tenths...
The problem of consciousness, alternatively put, is the problem of finding out how mental phenomena, such as thoughts and feelings, are related to physical occurrences in brains. This way of stating the problem assumes that some such relation exists, an assumption not always made in the history of philosophy. Since Descartes the debate has become more sophisticated, and in our own...
Otto Maier
The break between the scientific comprehension of time as well as our general knowledge of time has bothered thinkers all through history. It has deepened since physicists have slowly stripped time of most of the characteristics we usually ascribe to it. Now the rift between the time of physics and the time of experience is approaching its logical conclusion, for many...
A hundred thirty years ago, a man called Viktor Schauberger was born into his role as a guardian of Lady Nature and the earth. Among the magnificent Austrian forest he grew up wanting only to become a forest warden “like my father, grandfather, great-grandfather and his father before him.” But life was to take him far from the peace and solitude...
Heisenberg
The uncertainty principle is among the the most famous (and also probably most misunderstood) concepts in physics. It demonstrates that there is a fuzziness in nature, an elementary limit to the things we could know about the behaviors of quantum particles and, consequently, the tiniest scales of nature. Of these scales, the most we can hope for is to compute or...
Descartes
If you have been the proverbial fly on the wall in Descartes’s bed-room in La Flèche, in southern France, in 1636, you may have watched Descartes laying in bed observing you. His most remarkable idea came to him while observing a fly crawl along a curved path, which he thought about illustrating in terms of its distance from the walls. A...
Otto Maier and the attempts of Gross Industries to develop “free energy” stood not alone in the 1920s and 1930s. Take for example the “free energy” invention of T. Henry Moray, which is probably the most famous and well witnessed in the history of the field. The best version of the device would have yielded 50 kilowatts of electricity without using...
power of water
Viktor Schauberger – his father was master woodsman in Holzschlag at Lake Plockenstein, and Viktor absorbed accumulated wisdom of generations of forest wardens. His mother also taught him to tune in to nature—to listen to its singing in a mountain stream as well as its whispering through the treetops, and to learn its cycles and rhythms. Viktor Schauberger, was known in...