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Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 11:16:38 -0500

Hi Dave,


Nice to hear from you, and hope things go well with you.


Yes, Solomon is in there solidly with negative energy. One can argue that a Dirac hole is in fact a negative mass-energy electron – rather than the normal assumption that it must be a positive mass positron.


In that case, flows of such “backwards moving” holes created in sharp impulse situations in planets, suns, etc. generates streams of such holes flowing outward.


Well, since their mass-energy is negative, they repel ordinary positive-energy matter gravitationally. This is the dark matter the astrophysicists are so fervently seeking. But the dark matter is OUTSIDE the spiral arms of the galaxies, having been emitted out there. And they exert ANTI-GRAVITY repulsion back on the spiral arm from all directions, thus holding those spiral arms together. But our astrophysicists have been looking for POSITIVE MASS ENERGY matter, which would have to be inside the spiral arm and holding it together by gravitational attraction.


The dark energy then follows straightaway. A negative mass-energy electron (a Dirac hole) radiates negative energy photons continually, via the broken symmetry of the dipolarity of the hole plus its polarized surrounding vacuum. These continually constitute and replenish negative energy EM fields, the so-called “static” fields associated with that negative mass-energy electron.


And so once you find the dark matter, you also find the dark energy, radiating out there at light speed.


The dark energy radiating back on a Pioneer spacecraft oriented out of the solar system, thus produces gravitational repulsion, and so do their more distant Dirac hole sources. This is a “drag” force on the spacecraft, and it is the force that NASA actually measured.


Anyway, since one can evoke these (dark matter and dark energy) in actual circuits, as John Bedini has been doing now for more than 20 years, it is also very useful in ordinary affairs such as incredible quick charging of batteries and capacitors, and also extending the life of the battery several times over.


Very best wishes,



Ref: Some new results concerning the vacuum in Dirac's hole theory
Dan Solomon

Published 21 June 2006
Physica Scripta



Hi Guys, thought you might like to take a look at this paper that Tony forwarded to me some time ago…


Thanks – Dave.