Category Archives: Research

“Amateur Fusion” makes the Wall Street Journal

After months in the making, this morning’s Wall Street Journal offers a front page story featuring the "amateur fusion" community hosted here at our companion website, fusor.net: Many of these hobbyists call themselves "fusioneers," and have formed a loosely knit … Continue reading

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Hang 10 in Space

This has a certain familiar ring to it, i.e. "surfing a wave" of spacetime: "Think of it like a surfer riding a wave," said Gerald Cleaver, a physicist at Baylor University. "The ship would be pushed by the spatial bubble … Continue reading

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Jacques Cornillon: 1910 – 2008

(Jacques Cornillon was instrumental in arranging the experiments that Townsend Brown conducted in France in 1956.) Jacques M. Cornillon, of Point Pleasant, passed away Saturday, May 24 at the age of 98 at his home with his family by his … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life ?

Why, some of you no doubt wonder, is this taking so long?  This little YouTube video gives you some idea: it’s about managing all the information. All that shuffling about, sorting, copying/pasting, backspacing/deleting retyping?  That’s pretty much a typical day … Continue reading

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More “Black Triangles”

There has been considerable discussion over the past week in the forums on the subject of "Black Triangles," a relatively new addition to "UFO" debate that challenges the familiar "flying disc" paradigm.  One  contributor recently posted a link to this … Continue reading

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If This Kid Can Do It…

My new political platform:  two cars in every garage, a chicken in every pot, and a nuclear fusion reactor in every basement. Teen creates nuclear fusion in his Michigan basement

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The Remains of Wardenclyffe

Wardenclyffe, as hopefully some readers will recall, was the name of the installtion Nikola Tesla built early in the 20th century to experiment with the wireless transmission of electricity.  The site featured a fabulous 180 foot tower with a huge … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Raymond Triboulet

We note the passing of Raymond Triboulet, French Resistance Fighter and Politican who died last week in Paris at the age of 99. It is not immediately apparent that there is a direct connection between Mr. Triboulet and Townsend Brown; … Continue reading

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Classified Antigravity Aerospace Craft

Here’s an article well worth reading: Classified Antigravity Aerospace Craft The opening abstract reads: The American military industrial complex has developed in secrecy an array of futuristic aircraft and space vehicles, operated according to new energy technologies such a electro … Continue reading

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Can You Name This Place?

Recently we have been discussing in the forums Dr. Browns various travels through England and France in the mid 1950s.   I have in my archives one photo that appears to be from that period, but I have been unable to … Continue reading

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