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 anyway, is really a far more suitable
format for anything that is likely to become an extended discussion of
the material on this website.   

I can appreciate that the "forums" format is not ideal for
everybody, but neither is the "comments" function ideally for
anything more than a few remarks directed toward a specific post.  Once
the discussion takes on a life of its own, with tangential references and intuitive links, it really needs the kind of
functionality that a "forums" format provides.

So over the past week I have taken a closer look at the existing forums,  and rearranged them a little, added a couple of headings,
and filtered out much of the detritus that has accumulated since the
forums were first launched a couple of years ago.  I hope that users
will find the format useful if they have anything to contribute to our efforts here.

In keeping with that idea, I’ve just added
another new section to the forums specifically for discussion of the
book that is being published here.  So, if you’ve got anything to say
about the latest installment, use this link to visit the forums. 

And, yes, registration is required to use the forums, but that is
only so that we can avoid posts from people who are not really serious
about contributing to the disccusion.   So far that strategy seems to
be working.

I will leave the "comments" section of this post open so anybody who finds the "forums" cumbersome for their own purposes can share their experience here. 

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3 Responses to Please Use The Forums

  1. Joel Brinton says:

    First, thank you for your interest in this feild. Unfortunately, I have not had time to read much of the content on this site due to research and field work, but the fact that a dialog is going on in this arena is important. I live and work currently in Mojave, California at the Mojave Space Port. There are many aerospace companies in this area taking the rocket path to space. I have engaged in experimenting following Brown’s patents. I have designs for several extremely high powered lifters. I am still in the r&d stage and have not constructed anything to date. I would however, like to be in contact with anyone else participating in active research in this field. Please email me at jdbrinton@gmail.com and I will respond as soon as possible. Thank you.

  2. Victoria Steele says:

    Paul,
    I am a little confused here about where I need to take this comment. I have just noted some VERY interesting similarities between N.A. Kozyrevs work in Russia and things that Townsend Brown wrote in his notebook #1. I am bursting at the seams wanting to share this …. but where do you want me to go? I’m a little lost. Keeping my notes, and adding to them, until I hear. Victoria

  3. Victoria,
    I am very interested to learn what similarities you’ve discovered between Brown’s notes and Kozyrev’s work. I think this is a perfect topic to take up in the forums under the heading “Science of Townsend Brown.”
    I note that there is already a thread going there about the notebooks:
    http://forum.ttbrown.com/viewtopic.php?t=78
    Why don’t you start there and if the conversation gets more involved, I can set up a sub-header for this topic and move the discussion there.
    –PS

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