Good points, Capt., and maybe we’re just riding the tsunami that’s taking down that institutionalized old paradigm. I suppose that if you randomly pick a dozen schmucks out of a crowd, dress them in white coats and add letters after their names they’re going to start behaving like clergy almost instantly.
We tend to idolize the pioneers but when we examine their personal lives it’s obvious that they were not immune from the conditioning of their times. Many of them assumed that they needed to have a following, for instance. The fact that they accomplished what they did without institutional funding may indicate that inspiration and on-target research makes capitalization mostly un-necessary at that stage. They combined good intuitive skills and a desire to improve the world with science training so they produced a lot of results with their fresh ideas.
Muller, a true pioneer, complained to me that he had to finance all of his own experiments but, on the other hand, at $20,000 per unit he was making a decent living, quietly sellling his home-made, magnet-powered engines by referral, after having gathered a lot of solid endorsements by travelling around and demonstrating it to groups of accredited scientists and engineers.
The Chinese are selling Brown’s Gas Generators, by the way. One of the implications of the use of Brown’s gas is that one is able to use it to get twice as much gold out of the same ore as one could get with conventional technology. Brown’s gas, which implodes when ignited, is produced in a Joe Cell, though it obviously doesn’t move to the engine’s carburetor. Anyone who buys gold notices that Chinese gold is more readily available than gold from other places and maybe this is one of the factors in China’s recent purchase of the corporate world order and all its assets. Pioneering technology has a lot of advantages.
I don’t think any of the people you mentioned were pedophiles or thieves because they evidently struggled to have personal integrity. Scientists who don’t have or want personal integrity can produce astonishing results, of course, but notice that most of that gets weaponized against humanity and nature by the corporate world order. But the scientists who have integrity end up creating mainly beneficial results that are hard to weaponize. Nor are the latter welcome in any corporation or university, though I think some still get abducted (drafted; disappeared underground) by the CIA and MI6. The KGB obviously did that to thousands of pioneer scientists during the Gulag years.
I say, let the evolutionary tsunami do its work and sweep away all of that oppressive horror. Anyone who tosses a towerbuster at a poisoned target is walking in the footsteps of Dr Reich. The more consciously we do this work, the more honor we bring to that wronged pioneer, too.
Maybe this current revolution is sort of like one of those nuke bombs that remove people but leave all their equipment intact [Image Can Not Be Found] . I don’t think any of us have a problem with technology, after all, and anything that the corporate world order have weaponized against us can be put to use in a positive direction.
Those ugly death towers probably need to go, though after someone has tossed orgonite around them they’re life force generators. We can probably find more elegant ways to produce the same and better results, of course. Carol has the impression, for instance, that the rectangular panels on the death towers have mobius coils in them–a ‘naked’ mobius coil makes you sick and depressed, even with minute current being pulsed through it, so imagine what a dozen, hundred-pound, naked mobius coils on a death tower, powered by megawatts can do to a neighborhood. Stick that big mobius on a bigger crystal and it becomes an orgone-generating dynamo
Manfred’s one of the few among us who has science training. I don’t think any university education is a waste of time because even if the subject matter is questionable the student is being trained to have more mental discipline. That’s something that just isn’t likely to happen if one is self-taught. Reading a lot of good books and experimenting on one’s own can be a substitute for formal education but I think it’s the group dynamic of a classroom and laboratory that really sharpens one’s observation skills. All of the people Capt Azti mentioned were university-educated, by the way. Tesla was, too.
Muller attended a technical college for a couple of years in Germany, after the war, but later studied higher math on his own in order to develop explanations for how magnets work. As Alex in Austria mentioned and as I also observed, Muller was an incredibly prolific inventor who did a lot more than perfect a free energy device.
Nearly every pioneering technology came from something developed in someone’s garage or basement. Tesla was an exception to that rule but when he got cut off by the corporate world order he still managed to finance his own research for a number of years. He was also evidently employed, from time to time, by Roosevelt. A lot of the weapons used against humanity and the atmosphere came out of his foundational research, though he clearly would have been opposed to that if it happened when he was alive. I saw some documented evidence that the US Gov’t even weaponized some of Reich’s technology in the 1950s to produce DOR in the atmosphere and Bielek says that the then-new CIA conned the patriotic Dr Reich into helping them with the basis for MK Ultra but that he figured out the scam and then tried, too late, to sabotage the data. According to the timeline, that’s evidently when the US Gov’t began trying to destroy Reich–took them almost a decade to murder him and poison his reputation.
We don’t need to look at history in a biased way. I try my best to persuade the contributors, here, some of whom will be seen as pioneers, to provide as much personal experience information as possible so that our readers can relate to their work better. The incredible experiences I read about in their email ought to be posted when it’s not too personal or unrelated. The more our readers will resonate with us, the more likely they’ll get busy doing this wonderful work [Image Can Not Be Found] because they’ll understand that we’re not particularly exceptional. Everyone seems to be a genius in some real way.