Monthly Archives: March 2006

Chapter 29 Now Online

I think I have said a number of times that  one key to understanding the Townsend Brown story is found in not looking directly at it, but rather by looking at its reflection.  Or I might have used the "wind … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, Across the Pond…

No sooner had I posted the previous item about the "gravitoelectric effect" than another article showed up on my desktop, courtesy my friends over at the fusor.net forums.  The online journal of the European Space Agency  reported on March 23 … Continue reading

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The “Gravitoelectric” Effect

I subscribe to a magazine called "New Scientist," which offers up a weekly summary of everything going on in various scientific fields, often taking the "unorthodox" perspective.  It’s something of a alternative "Scientific American" (except that it’s published in Great … Continue reading

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Chapter 28 Now Online

Today’s installment is something of a departure from the usual approach to this material.  In the forums attached to this site, I recently made the point that there are certain "weasel words" that are too often used by other writers … Continue reading

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Chapters 26 & 27 Now Online

We’re pleased to say this has been another productive week here in the Parallel Universe… Last week we ended by saying that we would do the best we could to reconstruct Townsend Brown’s career at the Naval Research Laboratory, despite … Continue reading

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Chapters 24 and 25 Now Online

For the past week or so, the radio in my head has been playing The Village People, singing their anthem, "In The Navy."  I guess that’s because that’s where the Townsend Brown story is now going… to the United States … Continue reading

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Lifters and “EM Anomalies”

(Please make sure you read to the end of this post, it doesn’t get really interesting until the last few paragraphs. And please post any comments to the forums.) I think I’ve mentioned previously that I’m not quite sure what … Continue reading

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Chapter 23 Now Online

OK, so maybe it’s not the most compelling thing I’ve ever written,  But neither is every painting the Mona Lisa.  Chapter 23: A Vague and Unscientific Report discusses Townsend and Josephine’s life in 1929 and 30, and describes  the efforts  … Continue reading

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