|The Tom Bearden
|Subject: RE: Re: Tom Bearden -
Watergas - BROWN'S GAS?
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008 16:35:15 -0500
Brown's gas is one name for a host of processes producing watergas or similar. The watergas work, patents, etc. -- and suppression -- go back to at least the 1920s. Several inventors today have legitimate watergas processes. Two very interesting processes are (1) the process by Boyce, which uses the Aharonov-Bohm effect to distribute the negative energy in the local vacuum, and (2) the process by Kanzius. The latter process has been rigorously tested by a world-recognized authority on the chemistry of water, and he pronounced it the greatest advance in water chemistry in 100 years. Kanzius first developed his process to cure cancer, and his cancer cure process is being tested by an independent medical research lab. In initial animal testing, that process has cured 100% of the tumors in the animals -- easily and without harsh effects, etc.
So we wrote up some information on the actual physics process that is involved, since that physics process was arbitrarily and viciously removed from physics in the 1930s. There is at least some substantial movement to restore that invalidly removed negative energy and negative probabilities to physics.
This means that, if the negative energy and negative probabilities can be restored once again, then we can move into a revolutionary advance in physics, which I call "precursor" engineering. It is actually the "energetics" superweapons theory developed by the Russians shortly after WW II and kept highly classified -- and used primarily to only build superweapons.
Now it's high time to put that major process back into physics, and go after precursor engineering. In that way, we can very quickly solve the entire world energy crisis and also the impending medical crisis worldwide.
strongly refer you to Hotson's highly important two-part paper
published in Infinite Energy journal, the journal published by
the late Dr. Eugene Mallove. Hotson gives you the entire story on how
negative energy and negative probabilities were improperly and
viciously removed from physics in the 1930s. Quoting Hotson:
“I think if one had to point to a
single place where science went profoundly and permanently off the
track, it would be 1934 and the emasculation of Dirac’s equation.”
[D. L. Hotson, “Dirac’s Equation and the
In my own case, my physical condition does not permit any further projects, as my time and situation have become extremely limited.
Several inventors, however, do have viable watergas projects, and are proceeding vigorously toward trying to get actual verified and tested units onto the market. Hopefully they will succeed.