Monthly Archives: February 2006

Chapter 22 Now Online

After last week’s productivity lapse, I’m pleased to say that the muse has returned to offer up Chapter 22:  Closing Ashlawn in which readers will get a strong sense of one of the recurring themes of the Brown oddyssey: moving.  … Continue reading

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Please Use The Forums

Last week,  after a rather extensive back-and-forth exchange using the ‘comments’ section of the "Brown and Tesla" post, I encouraged readers and visitors to this site to take another look at our "forums" section, which, to my way of thinking … Continue reading

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This Guy Got It Right

I’m not really sure what to make of "Nexus" magazine.  I suppose if you’ve got a broad, non-jaundiced and open-minded imagination, it makes for some pretty interesting reading.  On the other hand, if you were held by the heel and … Continue reading

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Townsend Brown Notebooks Now Online

Back in the 1970s and 1980s a researcher and author  named Willam Moore  — best known as the co-author of such folk-lore as "The Roswell Incident" and "The Philadelphia Experiment" (there, I said it…), wrote a couple of articles about … Continue reading

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A Personal Note From The Rabbit Hole

I’m sorry there is no new “chapterette” (as one reader called them – OK, so I’m not Tolstoy…) to post to the website this week. After the last two installments, after going a little deeper into Townsend Brown’s work and … Continue reading

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Beware The Obsessed Hacker: The Tragic Story of Gary McKinnon

Today we note the weird and tragic tale of one Gary McKinnon, a British computer hacker now wanted for extradition to the U.S. for hacking into the Pentagon’s computer networks. According to this account, Mr. McKinnon justifies his actions on … Continue reading

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Now Online: Chapter 21

So, just what is this "gravity" that I’ve been writing about?  Damned if I know.  Let’s listen to the experts, like Newton and Einstein in Chapter 21: Electricity & Gravity, Space & Time and see if maybe one of them … Continue reading

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First Patent Drawings Discovered

Andrew Bolland has just sent us some photographs that he took back in 1988 of what appear to be the very earliest hand-drawn renderings of the illustrations that found their way into the 1927/28 patent discussed in Chapter 20.  There … Continue reading

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Now Online: Chapter 20

Wow, are there really 20 installments of this story already in the can?  I guess so, since today I’m offering up "Chapter 20:  Tapping Cosmic Energy" which examines Townsend Brown’s first patent, which was issued in Great Britain in 1928.  … Continue reading

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Another “Missing Persons” APB

Posting these "missing persons" alerts seems to be working.  I’ve posted a couple of messages here that mention people who might be able to help us unravel some of the many mysteries of Townsend Brown’s life, and so far the … Continue reading

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