OT (Alt Energy) Scalar Electromagnetics theory

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Tom Bearden's
Scalar Electromagnetics Link
"edge" science with plausable theory.
Home Page of Esoteric Physics by Rick Andersen (an interesting thinker!)

-- Possible Impact (posim@hotmail.com), March 02, 2000


Bearden is great. Highly recommendedd. Topical and now timely.


-- Squirrel Hunter (nuts@upina.cellrelaytower), March 02, 2000.

Well (LOL) you certainly put up an interesting topic, considering the help question I just posted.

I'll start by following your leads up. Thanks!

-- Redeye in Ohio (not@work.com), March 02, 2000.

[spooky shiver] I didn't see your request, I just "got the urge" to post some of my "digging" results from last week.

-- Possible Impact (posim@hotmail.com), March 02, 2000.

Ohh, I see what happened now, I posted Before you. [Really spooky shiver]

-- Possible Impact (posim@hotmail.com), March 02, 2000.



Just spent a few following up your Scalar Electromagnetics link. Especially interesting was a letter dialog with Beardon. The Frank Golden part was especially interesting, as I'd spent time earlier tonight hearing about that aspect, based upon information in an old newsletter going back to 1988.

That and having been favored by another regular here (my thanks to him!) a few days back who pointed me at a Beardon article up through 1988 addressing the military applications aspects.

The old printer's gonna be humming tommorow! I simply am not capable of even a fair innitial comprehension of these concepts without doing my normal read it, re-read it, let it gel ... you get the drift! Not to mention that its pushing 2:00 AM EST here in Ohio.

Possible, please accept my hearty thank you yet again!

Now, how the heck am I gonna snooze with this stuff rattling around upstairs? Oh well, ought to be interesting dream material!

-- Redeye in Ohio (not@work.com), March 02, 2000.

Just a link test...

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-- alias (
alias@alias.com), March 13, 2000.


-- S (x@x.x), March 13, 2000.

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