NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM MAY 13, 2011

Joseph talks about The Grid of the Gods, makes a correction to a publisher's error, and then moves on to discuss the anniversary of Dr. Eugene Mallove's death May 14, 2004.

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  1. It was interesting that Dr Mallow said that some people got results from the experiments with the palladium rods and some not. Maybe we are talking about the same phenomena that Dr Farrell said in his books that the ancient alchemists and Kozyrev attributed to the position of the stars, astronomy you name it.

  2. Cold Fusion discovered in the 1920s Japan how interesting it joins flying disc of T.T.Brown in America and in Germany V. Schauberger,R .Schriever, R. Miether and others working on also in the 1920s what other inventions from that period lie hidden from the rest of us. As for Eugene Mallove murder he also joins Morris Jesseup a 1950s UFO investigator death in his case a so called suicide well our boss are telling us you disagree with them you may have your life unnaturally shorten.

  3. As for the publisher error, yet another reason to look at alternative publishing methods…

    Mallove was not only a credentialed scientist, he was the head of MIT’s publicity/science writing department. He quit that job over MIT’s falsification of cold fusion data (data which, although completely debunked as bad science in a scandal there, continues to be used by USPTO as a basis to refuse cold fusion patent applications) as a matter of integrity. He founded Infinite Energy to provide a quality, academic level journal for researchers to publish their work, and a related foundation to generate funds to help support such research.

    That his death was an assassination is clearly indicated by the fact that he was killed barely two weeks before the Department Of Energy was scheduled to hold hearings on reversing their stand on Cold Fusion. Gene was an erudite and lucid, highly visible, and very persuasive person, and any testimony he would have given (and he was planning to give his input) would put powerful, irrefutable evidence clearly and openly in the public record. Obviously, “someone” could not have that happen.

    It was a deep loss to me personally as well, as Gene encouraged my writing, and that fact that the magazine accepted and printed everything I submitted while he was alive virtually launched my (slowly growing) writing career. The editorial tenor of the magazine changed significantly with the new editors, and I left their stable of contributors shortly after that.

    It is also instructive to note that one of the main complaints leveled against Pons and Fleischman, publishing in “popular media” instead of a peer-reviewed journal, is exactly the same thing which Robert Gallo did, and he got turned into a saint (which he clearly isn’t). So much for professional standards in the scientific community.

    Japan also holds two significant patents (at least one controlled by the Yakuza, according to Bearden) on overunity electric motors; the Kawai and Takahashi patents (both freely available on Bearden’s web site), and supposedly had a running vehicle powered by a magnetic rotary motor which was tested fairly openly for something like two years (I believe there is video footage of the car still available).

    The Kawai patent is interesting in that it is largely about a highly effective and very rapid switching control circuit which alters the magnetic fields of the stator/rotor system in such a way as to eliminate back EMF. This essentially doubles the coefficient of performance (COP) of the given motor. For example, if you start with a motor having a COP of .8, you get a converted motor with a COP of 1.6, which is over unity. While the timing is tricky and sophisticated, it is doable with current (no pun intended ) technology. (Bearing in mind that COP is not the same as Efficiency, which is where a lot of people get tripped up taking about overunity. COP includes loss from the system operation, and is primarily concerned with energy not input by the operator – such as a wind generator, Hydroelectric dam, or heat pump. A heat pump may only have an efficiency of 50 percent, but since it uses energy not input by the operator, i.e. heat differential of the surrounding environment, it can have a COP of 3 or 4. Efficiency includes all energy which goes into and comes out of they system, and cannot, obviously, exceed 1.) Bearden explains this better, but you get the idea.

    I was struck by the introduction in Japan a few years back of a radical design for a luxury limo with 8-wheel drive – all electric motors – a perfect candidate for using either of those two patents. Perhaps some already do……

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