|Subject: RE: Porthole project
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 00:20:41 -0600
to take a few days to answer. Things
and conditions here have been very hectic; one might say nearly
impossible. But we are
now, we're trying to get on with the medical project as best we can,
step by step. Tony
Craddock, who also does my website, is directing the efforts on the
medical project. I've
been trying to get down enough information for him to use in the
patent area, as it seems the only way to proceed is to have something
(intellectual property rights) which possibly may interest certain
investors to fund development of the system.
We can patent what we have extended, so are proceeding toward
that direction, so as to have something of value for potential
funding, assigned to a company set up for that purpose and to develop
the project and do it.
I hardly know how to answer sincere offers of help.
The actual development is not a simple cheap project, but will
require substantial funding and several different disciplines,
including two or more of the very rare fellows who handle higher group
symmetry electrodynamics. We
tried very hard to get the U.S. government agencies interested in
1998, such as DoD, NIH, etc., but frankly they did not even understand
what we were talking about. But
we will continue, because this will be sorely needed, particularly in
this new war if we get an unleashing of the smallpox or get one or
terrorists spray attacks on a city with anthrax or other BW agents.
The American casualty rate could be horrendous, if it's a
professional attack. With
my military background, in my view it is not a matter of
"if" but of "when" such more formidable attacks
occur, and we have thousands --even hundreds of thousands -- of
thing that is so different is that in this war there are two theaters
of operations: (1) the North American Theater of Operations, and (2)
everywhere else. Already,
fortress/castle American has been penetrated, and there are something
like 30,000 terrorists, saboteurs, Spetznaz, etc. already in our
country. Most of these
report to their sponsoring foreign nations; Bin Laden's network is
only one of many. And
they have been preparing this for 30 years, and during the last 20
years particularly. Consequently
the weapons and biological agents and strike teams already in our
nation are appalling. Nevertheless,
that is where we stand. It
is going to be a very long, grueling, terrible war.
Slow at first, but punctuated probably from time to time with
significant terrorist attacks. So
there is quite a different perspective on American casualties in this
war, than in any other we have ever fought.
funding for it, all that I can think of at present that can help the
project is that others be made aware of the information and the
background. What is most
sorely needed are some limited preliminary funds or donations that
help on expenses. Right
now Mr. Craddock is carrying that himself.
Regardless, I will continue to do what I can, and so will Mr.
Craddock. He is just as
morally driven as I am. The
main driving force, understand, is not to make money.
It is to do something that will help save American lives down
the road a ways, and ultimately save lots of lives worldwide.
also, the work must be done scientifically following proper protocols.
We must never be in the situation where we arm-wave and
"sell a permanent magnet to cure cancer", so to speak.
That is not the scientific method, and it does not protect the
public. What is necessary
is to do the project with the hard-nosed laboratory research and
prototype build and testing, particularly substantial lab animal tests
to clearly show scientific results.
This must be done impeccably, by very qualified
scientists, so that what can be achieved is shown experimentally and
the results duly reported to the scientific community.
Then when successful with animal testing, it must proceed in a
fully legal manner to legally permitted tests on humans who consent
and are in need, with nothing else to help.
When it has been clearly and scientifically demonstrated this
way, then it must go through the
proper legal approval to be utilized by the medical community.
I would suspect that, if we can get through the successful
equipment development and animal tests, then we can get a rapid
speed-up program from the government itself because of the
implications for saving a great number of lives in case of mass
destruction weapons casualties in our cities.
it can be done, but it will not be easy and it will not be cheap.
As I approach 71, it may not be able to be completed in my
lifetime. Nonetheless, to
me the moral imperative is so great that I simply cannot walk away
from it. I have to try to
do whatever I can, whether I succeed or not.
By at least doing my best, perhaps others can then succeed if
we do not. That is the
driving motive. It is
Tony Craddock's driving motive also.
And we will persevere.