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Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 22:33:34 -0600

Subject: RE: AAAS Policy Alert -- 14 January 2009


Dear Dr. (deleted)


Here is some somewhat unusual physics information that is of the utmost importance to science and to our nation.


By a simple technique pointed out long ago by Paul Dirac, one can easily "tickle" the local vacuum into containing not only positive energy/positive probabilities, but also negative energy/negative probabilities. With the combination, one then can directly engineer physical reality itself.


A glimpse of this ability so startled and panicked the scientific leadership in the late 1920s and very early 1930s, that they arbitrarily ripped out negative energy in physics, insofar as possible, in absolute fear of what it portended.


Today, some leading physicists such as Dr. Dan Solomon, Dean of a College of Mathematics and Physics at a well-known university, have published very rigorous papers in the hard literature, pointing out that ripping out negative energy arbitrarily WAS NOT following scientific method. And their papers clearly show -- rigorously -- that such an action is in total error and totally violates the very creed of science itself.


Klimov's work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, independently replicated by another large lab, published widely in the hard literature since 2005 and now migrated into the standard nanocrystalline community, proves conclusively that real systems can be built which deliberately extract and use excess EM energy directly from the seething virtual state vacuum. With the laboratory proof and several independent replications, this has now been proven to the full requirement of the scientific method.


We presently have at least five operating processes that (inadvertently) are using this negative energy process to directly do "unhappening" in physics of actual ongoing observable phenomena. One is a watergas process, one is a cure for cancer (100% success in phase one animal trials), one is an energy-from-the-vacuum process by Mills (the hydrino process), one is the Soviet technology of "cold molding" whereby lattice bonds of a material (specifically, titanium) are "unhappened" by the tickled vacuum, thus liquifying the titanium at room temperature so that it can be simply poured in very thick molds (submarine hulls). Waiting a bit until the vacuum resumes normalcy as the Dirac Sea negative energy holes are filled by random electrons, the vacuum returns to normal and the lattice bonds resume.


If you can give this subject a little thought, hopefully you will see the vast implications of it -- entry into the final physics by the ability to directly engineer observed physical reality itself. Indeed, one may argue that the final purpose of science anyway is to be able to engineer physical reality rather much at will! so if we can learn to do so easily and without "brute force", letting the more complex vacuum contain both positive and negative energy, it revolutionizes present chemistry and physics and all of science.


And it allows our scientists to do beneficial things previously inconceivable. As a single example, we have more than 1300 large pools of carbon wastes from coal-burning power plants in this nation -- waiting to be "sequestered" on some vague day and in some vague way. This is the type of rather terrible contamination that recently had a large "spill" in Tennessee when one of the retaining dams crumbled. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to "pattern the Dirac vacuum-tickling" precisely so as to completely neutralize those carbon wastes by actual transmutation of offending elements and compounds? Or to quickly and cheaply render the rapidly increasing present nuclear wastes absolutely safe again by directly transmuting the offensive radioactive elements involved?


It appears that precursor engineering is a scientific fact whose time has come, and which can now be recognized, developed, and utilized by our organized professional scientific community.


The good that it can do is mind-numbing -- such as (1) eventually cure any disease quickly, easily, and cheaply; (2) take our needed electrical energy directly from the vacuum cleanly, cheaply, and efficiently, and (3) transpose even desert sand into nourishing biological food to feed the present starving peoples in so many parts of the world, etc. These are but three of the thousands and thousands of future applications that can -- and hopefully will -- be developed.


Very best wishes,


Tom Bearden,
member AAAS




The Data from Modern Physics and Modern Physicists: Tom Bearden Explains:

This year we will be accenting the astonishingly simple underlying vacuum mechanism for directly engineering physical reality at will. It turns out (as per Paul Dirac) that it is very easy to "tickle" a local vacuum region with little sharp gradient pulses of positive energy so that the tickled vacuum region also contains negative energy/negative probabilities in its ongoing vacuum virtual particle reactions, in addition to the normal positive energy/positive probabilities usually considered.

Here is a magic little formula (that only took me 35 years to write):

[space-time] ≡ [virtual particle flux of vacuum] ≡ [energy]

With this little formula, we suddenly have a completely unified physics, and we have totally eliminated any idea of "empty" space. This formula is engineerable by using an extraordinarily simple process: Dirac's local vacuum tickling.

Notice the deltas of each term in the little "identity equation" also identify the same way. So at long last we have finally found a resolution to one of Feynman's stated major problems of physics: previously we have not really known what energy itself identically is. E.g., quoting Nobelist Feynman: "It is important to realize that in physics today, we have no knowledge of what energy is." [Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton, and Matthew Sands, The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, Vol. 1, 1964, p. 4-2].

And it is notoriously false to state that "energy is the capacity to do work", as is so commonly stated. Even the Physics Teacher folks could not stand that gross error any longer, and they published the following article on it:

R.L. Lehrman, "Energy is not the ability to do work," Physics Teacher, Vol. 15, 1973, p. 15.ri. The rigorous definition of work is this: work is the changing of the form of some energy. And when the form of 100 joules of energy in Form A is changed to 100 joules of energy in a different form (Form B), then 100 joules of work has been done and the energy is still there but in a now-different form, Form B. We do not and cannot "consume" or "destroy" energy in any special relativity situation. There is no conservation of work law; there is only a conservation of energy law that holds in any special relativity situation (one fixed frame).

In the virtual state vacuum, THERE IS NO EMPTINESS filled with its incredibly energetic virtual particle flux -- instead, there is only that virtual particle flux. THERE IS NO EMPTINESS. We have completely erased the very notion of "empty space".

The common positive energy/positive probabilities "vacuum" is just the "additive" bubbling particle flux resulting in a statistical "positive probabilities" ensemble of ever-higher energy interactions on into in the observable state and upwards in it. Such a statistical ensemble of ongoing additive "bubbling" vacuum virtual particle flux reactions, for example, continually creates every "observable" in the universe. I.e., instead of the old mechanical view of an observable object that "it just is and it concretely exists", we have the more advanced understanding that "it is continually being created and 'happening' at an incredible rate".

Quoting Dirac on the arbitrary "removing" of negative energy from physics:

"One gets over the difficulty on the classical theory by arbitrarily excluding those solutions that have a negative E. One cannot do this in the quantum theory, since in general a perturbation will cause transitions from states with E positive to states with E negative." [Dirac, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, Vol. 117, p. 610.].

Note that in this quotation Dirac reveals the extraordinarily simple mechanism for making negative energy in a selected region of vacuum. Simply hit it with some tiny-energy sharp-gradient pulses -- as the little RF pulse "ticklers" that Kanzius uses in his watergas process -- and also in his cancer cure, which in phase one lab animal experiments has had sensational results of curing 100% of the tumors in the lab animals.

We point out the fundamental mechanism directly seen and included by Dirac: a sharp little pulse gradient of positive energy in the local vacuum pops out some electrons from the Dirac Sea, leaving behind their "Dirac Sea holes". Such a hole is a negative mass-energy electron (the "dark matter" our astrophysicists are so desperately seeking), which as a special kind of source charge continually emits negative-energy photons, so that the associated EM fields are negative-energy EM fields (the so-called "dark energy" our astrophysicists are also so desperately seeking).

So these negative mass-energy electrons and their associated negative energy EM fields there in the "tickled" Dirac Sea constitute adding negative energy (both mass-energy and EM energy) to the vacuum.

With this more advanced understanding of what an "observable" actually is, then when we now introduce a bit of "sharp little gradient tickling" the vacuum in a local area, per P.A.M. Dirac, that tickling will produce negative energies in that tickled vacuum as well. And that means that we are adding in "negative probabilities" into that bubbling structure (say, a container of water, in each water molecule structure) so that the entire bubble structure for the water molecule starts "backing back down" its ongoing creation chain -- in short, it starts "unhappening" at its "highest positive energy end".

If we just use a gross pattern of tickling, we get "overall" unhappening, so the last and highest positive energy thing that made the water molecule possible -- i.e., the OH bond positive probability -- now has much-reduced overall probability. The net probability is the summation of (1) the usual positive probability and (2) the added negative probability due to tickling.

Hence statistically the water molecules in the tickled area start "falling apart" as their OH bonds now have much less probability, and so they just start "unhappening" statistically as their OH bonds start vanishing statistically.

So intermixed bubbles of H2 and O2 gas (from those molecules whose OH bond "unhappened") begin appearing throughout the vacuum-tickled "water". But these mixtures are not very combustible or explosive because in that altered (tickled) region now it is very difficult to form the OH bond.

Aha! But if we then pipe the resulting gas bubbles out of that local tickled-vacuum region -- i.e., out of the water container itself-- and a few inches away and into the combustion chamber of a nearby combustion engine, then the vacuum in that combustion chamber is "normal" and not being "tickled". Hence the OH bond is back in its full normal probability, and so the mix of O2 and H2 will burn and power the engine, giving no exhaust except water vapor.

This is the real secret of watergas, as rigorously shown by Dr. John Kanzius and the results verified by a renowned water chemist. But neither of them seem to realize the actual mechanism involved. This is also the secret of Dr. Kanzius tremendous new cancer cure, now proceeding toward human testing by a leading cancer research institute.

In the late 1920s and very early 1930s, the physicists glimpsed the startling characteristics introduced by negative vacuum energy, and were scared right out of their minds. Negative energy occurs in the Schrodinger equation and in Dirac's relativistic electron theory, and so there it is in the very foundations of physics. But in abject fear, the leaders of the scientific community such as Pauli and Heisenberg figuratively beat the daylights out of Dirac, and ruthlessly ripped negative energy out of all of physics possible to do it in. (As Dirac pointed out, you cannot get negative energy out of quantum mechanics, because it occurs easily and naturally by mere sharp little gradients).

Tickling the local vacuum with little pulses of sharp gradient sound energy -- as in sonofusion -- also pops out electrons from the local Dirac Sea and produces the same type negative mass energy holes and their associated negative mass-energy fields in the tickled vacuum.

So the ability to (1) "unhappen" things like the OH bond in water molecules, (2) "unhappen" the cancerous growth in a region of normal flesh, (3) "unhappen" the lattice bonds in titanium so that the titanium liquefies at room temperature without heating and can then be "cold-molded" in very large and thick forms such as submarine hulls (a Soviet production process for some decades), and (4) produce certain nuclear fusion bonds in a fluid by use of tickling by sonobubbles so that sonofusion occurs, etc.

The eventual startling applications are unlimited, as comprehensive research develops and extends the technology. We shall be able to "unhappen" essentially any disease quickly and cheaply, by assembling the exactly required "tickling pattern" to "unhappen" that specific disease in the diseased body. We will also be able to turn anything into anything else (such as turning the present hordes of carbon wastes from coal plants directly into gasoline with no intermediate processing, etc. We will be able to clean up the present horrendous nuclear wastes and the vast amount of carbon-containing wastes from coal-burning plants.

The ability to directly engineer any and all "happening" bubble-sets, or any particular part of any of them, is the "final physics" because it leads to the final goal of physics and science itself: the ability to directly engineer observable physical reality itself, at will. The fact that we are radically departing from the accepted notions of "brute force tearing things apart" such as electrolysis, and instead we are letting the all-powerful and all-pervasive vacuum do all the functioning for us, is a very radical and total departure from the present "mechanical energy based" physics concepts and practice of physics and chemistry.

So in abject panic at their glimpse of this "monstrous" and unthinkable portent, in 1934 the leaders of the physics community brutally mutilated and murdered physics by ripping out negative energy vacuum effects, totally arbitrarily.

As Hotson stated:

"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 Sea of Negative Energy," Part I, New Energy, Issue 43, 2002, pp. 1-20. Quote is from p. 1.] Available at . See also D. L. Hotson, "Dirac’s Equation and the Sea of Negative Energy", Part II, New Energy, Issue 44, 2002, pp. 1-24. Available at .

Well, as their horrifying glimpse had revealed to the scientific leaders in the late 1920s and very early 1930s, if one uses a mix of positive and negative energy in a local vacuum, then one can easily and directly engineer physical reality itself in that local region -- any observable physical reality at all. Literally (eventually) one will be able to do whatever one wishes with physical reality of any kind.

To give it a name, I call this process "precursor engineering" since one is directly engineering the ongoing creative bubble-set of an observable entity, by not only "happening" the statistical processes involved in it but also by selectively "unhappening" the entire set or selected parts of it.

Today, thank goodness, some very fine physicists -- most notably Dr. Daniel Solomon, Dean of the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at North Carolina State University -- have published very rigorous papers in the leading physics literature, pointing out that negative vacuum energy indeed does occur irrevocably, and it cannot be just "discarded" from physics if one is to follow scientific method rather than pure dogma. Simply Google the appropriate references, or check out a typical reference such as Dan Solomon, "Some new results concerning the vacuum in Dirac’s hole theory," Physica Scripta, Vol. 74, 2006, p. 117–122. Also check out the many other references at:

So if the scientific community will at long last act scientifically, and remove its previous absolutely erroneous removal of negative energy from physics, humankind will have at last entered into the "final physics" and the direct engineering of physical reality itself, at will.

Hopefully "precursor engineering" will be born this year in our universities and scientific community, and at long last we will be able to fuel our cars, clean up the biosphere, clean up nuclear wastes, clean up carbon wastes supposedly to be "sequestered" somewhere and somehow, etc. And we will begin to be able to cure any and all diseases that presently so ravage humankind.

And if we can also begin to avoid the typical "man's inhumanity to his fellow human", then we shall enter into a new and truly golden age of plenty, and of freedom from poverty, illness, [and the] pollution of our biosphere, etc.

Thomas Eugene Bearden
(January 12, 2009)

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Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2009 2:21 PM
Subject: AAAS Policy Alert -- 14 January 2009


AAAS Policy Alert -- January 14, 2009  

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Congressional News

S&T in the Economic Recovery Plan. On January 7 the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee held a hearing on the economic recovery plan and how to design a legislative package to address the growing crisis. The hearing included experts on fiscal policy, such as former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, as well as experts on science and technology (S&T) policy, including Norman Augustine, chair of the National Academies’ Rising Above the Gathering Storm report committee, and Maria Zuber, E. A. Griswold Professor of Geophysics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and other key committee chairs echoed the sentiments of the witnesses, agreeing that the economic recovery plan should include investments in science, education, health care, and higher education.

The next day President-elect Obama addressed the growing crisis, arguing that a stimulus plan should include more than infrastructure projects. He called for investments in science and technology, stating, "[W]e’ll also do more to retrofit America for a global economy. ...And it means investing in the science, research, and technology that will lead to new medical breakthroughs, new discoveries, and entire new industries."

Changes at House Energy and Commerce. New Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-CA) has shaken up the committee, combining two previous subcommittees to form a new Energy and Environment Subcommittee chaired by Rep. Edward Markey (D-MA), who also will continue to chair the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming. This solidifies Markey’s position to work on climate change. Rep. Rick Boucher (D-VA) moves to Markey’s former chairmanship of the Communications, Technology, and the Internet Subcommittee.

Climate Change Briefing on the Hill. In conjunction with the Ecological Society of America, Geological Society of America, American Meteorological Society, and the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, AAAS hosted well-attended climate change briefings for the House and Senate on January 9. Moderated by AAAS CEO Alan Leshner, the briefings featured Timothy Wirth, Susan Solomon, Peter Gleick and Ted Parson, whose presentations are available on the AAAS website.

Elmendorf Named CBO Director. Douglas W. Elmendorf has been selected by Democratic congressional leaders to be the next director of the Congressional Budget Office. Elmendorf is the second consecutive CBO director to come from the Brookings Institution, and succeeds Peter Orszag, who is nominated to be director of the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

Transition News

- Cass Sunstein, a Harvard Law School professor, will lead the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) within OMB. OIRA reviews draft regulations; develops and oversees the implementation of government-wide policies in the areas of information technology, information policy, privacy, and statistical policy; and oversees agency implementation of the Information Quality Law, including the peer review practices of agencies.
- Julie Gerberding will step down as director of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention when Obama is sworn in next week. William Gimson III, the agency’s chief operating officer, will replace her on an interim basis.
- At the Food and Drug Administration, Frank Torti, the agency’s chief scientist, will become acting commissioner until a permanent successor is named for Andrew von Eschenbach, who also is stepping down on Inauguration Day (January 20).

Executive Branch

Executive Order Aims to Strengthen Biosecurity at U.S. Laboratories. Last week President George bush signed an Executive Order creating an interdepartmental Working Group (including the departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Health & Human Services, and Agriculture) to review and evaluate the safety and security of both federal and nonfederal facilities. The Working Group is to analyze existing laws, policies, and regulations (both domestic and foreign) and submit a report to the President in six months that would include recommendations for new "legislation, regulations, guidance, or practices" for biosecurity, including any necessary oversight mechanisms.

DHHS IG Faults FDA on Clinical Trials. A recent report by the Inspector General (IG) of the Department of Health and Human Services suggests that the Food and Drug Administration has done an inadequate job policing potential financial conflicts of interest by doctors who conduct clinical trials on drugs and medical devices. The report found that 42 percent of FDA-approved marketing applications were missing financial disclosure forms. In 31 percent of cases in which FDA did receive the forms, agency reviewers did not document that they looked at the information. In 20 percent of the cases in which doctors disclosed financial conflicts, neither FDA nor sponsors dealt with them.

GAO Examines NASA OIG. The U.S. Government Accountability Office has released a report stating that NASA’s Office of the Inspector General, which is charged with improving agency efficiency, returns just 36 cents for every dollar in its budget, compared to an average among 30 federal IG offices of $9.49 per dollar. House Science and Technology Committee chair Bart Gordon (D-TN) called for the removal of the NASA IG.


Report Recommends Significant Export Control Changes. Over several decades the U.S. established a codified system of national security controls to prevent "leakage" of military-related goods and technologies. The National Academies last week released a study panel report on export controls, criticizing the current system as an antiquated artifact of the Cold War that impedes U.S. innovation and the ability to compete in the global economy. The report, Beyond Fortress America: National Security Controls on Science and Technology in a Globalized World, calls on the President-elect to restructure the entire export control process and recommends that he quickly issue an Executive Order as a first step in "a process that will eventually require legislative reform."

"Wake-Up Call" for Science Education. A reinvigoration of U.S. science advice cannot happen soon enough, AAAS CEO Alan I. Leshner writes in a Jan. 12 op-ed piece in The Boston Globe. He notes that a new Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study confirms that U.S. students are again missing from the top ten nations in science and math performance. President-elect Obama has named several leading scientists to play key roles in his administration, and Leshner urges policy makers to send a clear signal that science education is highly valued and essential for all children if the United States is to retain its competitive edge.

Evolution News. Oklahoma now has a so-called "academic freedom" bill pending. Like similar bills passed by Louisiana and introduced in other states last year, it labels evolution a controversial theory. As previously reported, Oklahoma lawmakers have already reintroduced the Religious Viewpoints Antidiscrimination Act, which last year appeared designed to allow religion into public schools (including science classes) but was vetoed by Gov. Brad Henry. Meanwhile, Mississippi now has a bill that would mandate placing in textbooks disclaimers that challenge the teaching of evolution.

China Conforms to International Patent Standards. The Standing Committee of China’s National People’s Congress passed an amendment to the patent law in late December to bring that nation’s laws in line with international standards. The law, scheduled to take effect October 1, aims to support innovation and filing of patents in foreign countries by requiring a patent application to meet an "absolute standard for novelty."

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