The Dark Quest to Reanimate the Dead

Death, it seems is an immutable fact of life. We are tethered to it, destined for it, and indeed fearful of it. Throughout history mankind has sought to cheat this inevitable end. It seems we have a very strong urge to stave of death’s grip or at least in some cases to return from it. There have been many who have gone through great efforts to staunch the tide of decay and entropy; to drag the dead from the dark clutches of eternal oblivion and pull them back into the light. These attempts have run the gamut from freakish, ghoulish experiments like something out of a horror novel to more sober, scientific discussion on the matter. Here we will delve into the real life history of mankind’s desire to reanimate the dead. Serious efforts to clinically confront and defy death date back to at least the 18th century. In […] Read More

Inflation? Only If You Look At Food, Water, Gas, Electricity And Everything Else

Have you noticed that prices are going up rapidly?  If so, you are certainly not alone.  But Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen, the Obama administration and the mainstream media would have us believe that inflation is completely under control and exactly where it should be.  Perhaps if the highly manipulated numbers that they quote us were real, everything would be fine.  But of course the way that the inflation rate is calculated has been changed more than 20 times since the 1970s, and at this point it bears so little relation to reality that it is essentially meaningless.  Anyone that has to regularly pay for food, water, gas, electricity or anything else knows that inflation is too high.  In fact, if inflation was calculated the same way that it was back in 1980, the inflation rate would be close to 10 percent right now. But you would never know […] Read More

1989: An Introduction to Free Energy Physics

By Bruce DePalma 12 October 1989 It should be appreciated here that the ideas which are presented are coming from the mind of one man. The mind of this one man is permeated by the sea of space, which is the repository of all knowledge. What we see is what we get is the substance of this essay. Space, i.e. the vacuum, is filled with a sea of particles. I call them Psions. The Psion flux is responsible for the Brownian motions and “zero point energy” fluctuations. The isotropic Psion flux moves at the speed of light. The Psions interact with matter only slightly — enough to cause Brownian motions and heat transfer. The Psion as an elemental particle principle is not perfect, it contains the defect of weight or mass which makes momentum transfer possible. Its principle property is memory. That is, the Psion remembers the material space […] Read More

1994: The Final Secret of Free Energy

Update 1994 By T. E. Bearden Update 15 February 1994 (C) Copyright 1994 by T.E. Bearden INTRODUCTION My associates and I have filed the first patent application on two electrical overunity processes and devices; one similar to what is outlined in “The Final Secret of Free Energy”[1] and an additional variation utilizing, as collectors, standard step-charged capacitors rather than degenerate semiconductor materials. In 60 to 90 days we will have a very enlightening paper (more likely a book) ready on that. We also plan to file several more extremely fundamental overunity patent applications from additional phenomena and mechanisms that we have uncovered. In this paper it is assumed that the reader is familiar with the content of “The Final Secret of Free Energy.” Figure 1 shows the invention schematically, and we briefly summarize it as follows: SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION A method and apparatus for extracting bidirectional EM wave […] Read More

2012: The Baghdad Battery

The Baghdad Battery, sometimes referred to as the Parthian Battery, is the common name for a number of artifacts created in Mesopotamia, in during the Iranian dynasties of the Parthian or Sassanid period (the early centuries AD), and probably discovered in 1936 in the village of Khuyut Rabbou’a, near Baghdad, Iraq. These artifacts came to wider attention in 1938 when Wilhelm König, the German director of the National Museum of Iraq, found the objects in the museum’s collections. In 1940, König published a paper speculating that they may have been galvanic cells, perhaps used for electroplating gold onto silver objects. This interpretation continues to be considered as at least a hypothetical possibility. If correct, the artifacts would predate Alessandro Volta‘s 1800 invention of the electrochemical cell by more than a millennium. Description and dating artifacts consist of terracotta jars approximately 130 mm (5 in) tall (with a one and a […] Read More