Monthly Archives: January 2006

Three New Chapters Now Online

I must be on quite a roll, because this week we’ve got not one… not two… but THREE new installments for you to read. Yes, the first two are pretty short, and the third one is not all that much … Continue reading

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Were Tesla and Brown On To the Same Thing?

This week I got off on the topic of "sub-quantum kinetics."  I’m not sure why.  I have a hard enough time grasping "quantum" physics without resorting to "sub-quantum" physics.  I mean, how does anything get any more "sub" than "quantum" … Continue reading

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New York Times on the Ionic Breeze

Is the Ionic Breeze really any good? The New York Times seems to wonder in this story from the Sunday Magazine on Jan 21, 2006: Link: Getting Through the Filter – New York Times. (Hurry, the link to NYTimes articles … Continue reading

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Now Online: Chapters 15 and 16

This week we have two new chapters for your reading pleasure (we hope): Chapter 15: A Rare Force of Nature – is a short, transitional installment that features a very important pre-dawn conversation between Linda Brown and her mother, which … Continue reading

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New Website For Townsend Brown Technology

I am pleased to direct your attention to an excellent new website devoted exclusively to  the science and technology of T. Townsend Brown.   The Townsend Brown Group is the logical descendant from the old "Townsend Brown Family" website that Andrew … Continue reading

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Burkhardt Heim: Take a leap into hyperspace

This might be a very important article relative to our current lines of inquiry. It introduces a theoretical scientist named Burkardt Heim, who was first brought to my attention by one of my sources last spring. It presents some concepts … Continue reading

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The Cosmological “Not So Constant”

I’ve also just posted a link to a story I heard on NPR’s "All Things Considered" yesterday afternoon which describes an astronomer’s discovery that Einstein’s "Cosmological Constant" (aka ‘quantum vacuum energy’) may not be so constant after all.  This discovery … Continue reading

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Now Online: Chapter 14

Return with us now to the romantic saga of Linda Brown and Morgan, aka "The Boy With The Chestnut Hair" in this latest installment, "Can We Talk For A While?" If it seems a bit strange that I’m spending so … Continue reading

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More Pictures!

Illustrations have been added to the following early chapters of "Defying Gravity:  The Parallel Universe of T. Townsend Brown."  If you’ve read them already, you might want to just click quickly through them now to see the pictures. Prologue: Every … Continue reading

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Now Online: Chapter 13

Hello again, and Happy New Year… While writing about the "Biefeld-Brown Effect" in Chapter 12, I kept thinking about some of the disinformation that I have encountered since I fell into this rabbit hole and landed in the Parallel Universe … Continue reading

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