The Tom Bearden


Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 15:44:19 -0500

Dear Ron,

Presently I'm slowly recovering from a recent heart attack, and so will be very slow for awhile in doing most anything.  It appears I can expect nearly full recovery, but it will require two months or longer.

About 10 nations now have what I first called scalar EM weapons.  They are actually longitudinal EM wave interferometers.  You can draw your own conclusions about the U.S. knowledge of them from Defense Secretary Cohen's statement in 1997:

"Others [terrorists] are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves… So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations…It's real, and that's the reason why we have to intensify our [counterterrorism] efforts."  Secretary of Defense William Cohen at an April 1997 counterterrorism conference sponsored by former Senator Sam Nunn.  Quoted from DoD News Briefing, Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen, Q&A at the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and U.S. Strategy, University of Georgia, Athens, Apr. 28, 1997.

Presently the decisive type of weapon is Quantum Potential weapons; three nations have them, being Russia (under control of the KGB, not in the Russian armed forces), Brazil, and a small nation friendly to us that has saved our bacon on four occasions since Jan. 1997.  A fourth nation, China, is very near having these QP weapons also.  I certainly hope our fellows are working on them; I've tried very hard to get them to do that, and at least some of them are finally beginning to believe it.

The Chinese are serious about moving on Taiwan, presently having large amphibious exercises on an island near Taiwan, and having already massed missile artillery on Taiwan.  Unknown to U.S. intelligence, the Chinese also have produced a completely different kind of EMP (electromagnetic pulse) weapon unknown in the West, and has deployed it.  It is a most formidable weapon, of nearly incredible capability against weapon systems, communications, living persons, etc.  If they move on Taiwan, they will almost certainly use this weapon to counter U.S. naval task forces, missiles, aircraft, etc. assigned to the theater which move to support Taiwan.  Even the rather staid "Foreign Affairs" for the present issue has an article pointing out the seriousness of China's threats on Taiwan.  I regard this weapon as one of the most powerful weapons of all time, and have only recently been able to understand how it works and the mechanism involved.  Again, I've tried to pass this information "in" to our fellows, but have no idea of whether successfully or not.

I do not comment on the inventions of others.  So the only comment I can make is that the MEG is for real.  It uses the well-known Aharonov-Bohm effect to extract additional EM energy from that air.  The AB effect has been known from some time, but apparently has never been thought of in the sense of using it in a power system.  It's usually thought to be an obscure part of physics, a very novel effect, but something very tiny.  To the contrary, it can also be used in macroscopic power systems in the real world.

Another inventor and I have also, after a long struggle, finally deciphered nature's mechanism for decaying any overunity system's excitation above unity.  It is a most unsuspected decay mechanism, and can only be see by an analysis of the supersystem rather than the system.  The supersystem has three parts: (1) the physical system and its dynamics, (2) the local vacuum exchange with the system and the dynamics involved, and (3) the local curved spacetime and its dynamics.  These components of the supersystem all interact with each other, and no analysis of any electromagnetic circuit is complete without taking all three into account.

Using this supersystem approach, in 2000 I finally resolved the long-standing problem of the source charge -- which has been called the most difficult problem in electrodynamics.  The key was to properly re-interpret Whittaker's 1903 decomposition of the scalar potential.  Whittaker along with everyone since then interpreted the phase conjugate wave only after it has reacted with a charge.  Prior to that interaction, the phase conjugate wave is NOT a "real" EM wave in 3-space, but a wave in the complex domain.  In 4-space, the fourth axis is modeled as -- ict, and the only variable is t.  So the phase conjugate half of each Whittaker decomposition wavepair suddenly is seen to be an incoming longitudinal EM wave in the time domain, interacting with the charge, with the charge absorbing the energy in the time-domain, then with its spin emitting the excitation energy as real EM energy in 3-dimensions.  The paper (on my website) dealing with that is "Giant Negentropy of the Common Dipole". 

After publishing the paper, I also discovered very powerful support for the re-interpretation, with the support provided in Mandl and Shaw, Quantum Field Theory, Wiley, 1984, under the heading "Convariant Quantization of the Photon Propagator" in Chapter 5.  Mandl and Shaw give a deeper coverage of the four photon polarizations.  Mandl and Shaw argue that the longitudinal and scalar (i.e., time) polarizations are not directly observable, but only in combination, where they manifest as the "instantaneous" Coulomb (i.e., electrostatic) potential.  Our comment is that this argument, translated from particle terminology to wave terminology, directly fits my re-interpretation of Whittaker's 1903 decomposition of the scalar potential, as pointed out in my paper "Giant Negentropy from the Common Dipole," Journal of New Energy, 5(1), Summer 2000, p. 11-23.    However, Mandl and Shaw fail to account for the assumed interaction of the detecting/observing unit point charge, and thus fail to account for the absorption of the incoming time-polarized wave or photon, the transduction of that excitation energy of the charge into longitudinal EM wave/photon energy, and the subsequent emission of that excitation energy in 3-space. Thus Mandl and Shaw missed the time-excitation charging  of the interacting charge via absorption of the "coupled" time-polarized EM wave/photon, and the subsequent decay of the charge's excitation energy in the time-domain by emission of 3-space longitudinal EM wave/photon.  This interaction has been erroneously omitted in physics prior to our recognition of it.  So Mandl and Shaw do not account for photon (or wave) polarization transduction, where the "causal" time-polarized EM wave or photon comes in and is absorbed by the detecting charge or dipole, then re-emitted as the longitudinally polarized EM wave or photon in 3-space.  Recognition of these missing facts allowed at last a solution to the long-vexing problem of the source charge, often called the greatest problem in both quantum and classical electrodynamics.

This leads to a very important new EM energy flow symmetry, preferred by nature, between the time-domain and 3-space.  So the most fundamental EM energy flow symmetry is between the time-domain and 3-space, where both time-energy flow symmetry and 3-space energy flow symmetry are individually broken.  This new "preferred" symmetry provides negentropy, and would appear to have dramatic implications throughout much of physics.

Anyway, we will be recovering over the next few months, and until then I am not running any footraces!

I wish you well in your research.

Tom Bearden