|Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001
Association of Distinguished American Scientists (ADAS) is a
non-profit tax-exempt foundation (very tiny) organized under 501c(3), approved
by the IRS, and we do report income, expenditures, and progress every
year to the IRS, as is normal. The
corporation is a state of Washington corporation.
And yes, we have not been an organization that seeks mass
publicity. We also spend
dollar for dollar directly on the projects, and nothing on
administrative salaries etc.
was formed quite a few years ago by some of the original scientists on
the atomic bomb project in Mexico.
For many years, the President of the organization was Dr. John
Hubbard, the meteorologist on that bomb project.
You can see him listed on the official names of that project.
We still have the personal notes that Dr. Hubbard made in his
diary while in the New Mexico desert.
of the original founding scientists (such as Richard Feynman) have
died over these many years, and most unfortunately Dr. Hubbard also
died a few years ago. Dr.
Hubbard had been very active in studying the weather and weather
engineering, since he was a meteorologist, and carried out several
projects to advance the understanding of global weather.
When he died, the members of the board met and elected me the
new President, and then we formed a new board as the old board
resigned. Since then, we
have tried to keep the organization alive as best we can, at least for
some continuing small but very important projects, and we have had
small, continuing donations from several benefactors, for which we are
deeply appreciative. In
our best year our income may reach $18,000, but in a nominal year will
be only $4,000 or $5,000 and sometimes even less.
pays no salaries, and all work under its auspices is purely voluntary.
It pays expenses on our approved projects only, covering such
things as printing and page costs to publish the results in journals,
associated supplies, on rare occasions trip expenses to give a formal
presentation at a scientific conference, etc.
By following these stringent rules, we have been able to
"stretch" our meager funds to the utmost, and get the
"most bang for the buck" that we can.
its charter, the members of ADAS are restricted to those scientists
who are granted the Distinguished Scientist Award (our Board of
Directors makes three of those awards each year, which at present is
only honorary since we have insufficient funds to pay a financial
honorarium with the Award). We
also use some of these awards to recognize important scientists and
inventors, including some now deceased, who have not heretofore been
properly recognized for their enormous contributions to America and to
our lives. We have made
such posthumous awards to Tesla, Prioré, Rife, and several others in
that respect whose work was so far ahead of their time that it still
has not been recognized. Another
example of such an award to a living inventor was to Bill Fogal for
his astounding semiconductor; happily that semiconductor is now headed
for the commercial market and you will start to see it in working
equipment early next year. It
will then be seen very quickly that the semiconductor is able to do
things never thought possible, and it will usher in a dramatic new era
in electronics, communications, etc.
we eventually be able to attract large donations, there are several
urgently needed large projects we would set up very quickly, complete
with the scientists, salaries, necessary laboratory, etc.
One would be a highly qualified "think tank" on EM
energy from the vacuum, hopefully with a certain Nobelist among them,
and with the other scientists carefully selected by name.
Such an independent organization could very rapidly advance the
cause of extracting and using EM energy from the vacuum, and also for
converting time (which is highly compressed spatial energy, and has
the same energy density as mass) into spatial energy.
Oddly, time is the single most powerful source of energy we
have available in physics, and in 2000 we were able to show that all
EM energy in 3-space comes from the time-domain anyway.
Given three years of work by such a consortium properly
selected and supported, there will never again be an electrical energy
problem on this planet. In
addition, we would then begin to see an advancing and remarkable
clean-up in the present pollution of the planet, and a significant
reduction in global warming. Since
one can make EM negative energy as well as EM positive energy, we
would also see a replacement of many cooling and refrigeration
functions by negative energy functions -- direct cooling of selected
point or area.
second project (and one we are actively pursuing thanks to Tony
Craddock's efforts) is to fund the intensive development of a small,
portable, computer-controlled emergency medical treatment device
(about the size of a large suitcase, considering the blanket antennas,
transmitter array, computer control unit, and all) for treating and
healing mass casualties. As
you can surmise, right now --- with the U.S. having entered this new
kind of war against mass terrorism and expecting further attacks on
our cities and population centers by weapons of mass destruction and
bioweapons --- we have the utmost need for a Manhattan Project in this
area, and it should be done as rapidly and as urgently as human beings
can get it done. The goal
is to get tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands, of emergency
treatment devices out there in the hospitals, fire stations, police
stations, etc. The
patient treatment time would be one to two minutes, and turnaround
time could be 5 minutes. Yet
this approach could arrest and reverse such things as anthrax and
smallpox, once developed. It
could do it cheaply, once the sunk costs were written off.
It turns out that a high school student could be trained in 30
minutes to use the resulting equipment effectively, once it is
participation has to be involved, else the large pharmaceutical
companies will not allow it to be developed, regardless of what has to
be done to stop it. I
proposed this effort to the DoD and other federal agencies in 1998, in
a 200+ page document, and they simply had no idea what I was talking
about. They have no
understanding at all that the body's own cellular regenerative
(healing) system actually time-reverses the body's damaged cells back
to a previous healthy condition, using the very mechanism we advance
as an extension of Prioré's work, whose results are well-documented
in the French scientific literature.
They also have no knowledge at all of the exact mechanism the
cellular regeneration system utilized to perform such healing.
latter project would very rapidly recover and dramatically extend
Prioré's proven work, and the results would save millions of American
lives that may now be lost in the eerie war we have just now entered
as a nation. According to
an official OTA study for the U.S. Congress, a single professional
anthrax attack on Washington, D.C. would result in from one to two
million casualties. An
attack on 10 cities would result in frightful millions of dying
because of the extreme and immediate threat to our cities and
population centers, I regard this as the most urgently needed project
of all our ADAS projects, and possibly in all U.S. history.
But it would require some $60 million dollars or more to do it,
and perhaps as much as $100 million, and it would also require the
cooperation of the U.S. government and NIH laboratories to perform
exhaustive animal testing and do it very quickly. It would need to be
performed under a Presidential Decision Directive, else our own
scientific community would destroy it.
Sadly, few if any in the entire NIH community seem to
understand the difference between classical electrodynamics and higher
group symmetry electrodynamics, which latter is absolutely necessary
if one is to understand the real electrical and electrochemical
functioning of living organisms.
think tank or special project group that is most urgent (particularly
now) would be an independent group following and analyzing the
extended electrodynamics (higher symmetry EM or in fact unified field
theory EM) that has now been weaponized by our enemies for some
decades, while we are just starting.
As an example, we recently had a two-carrier task force
maneuvering down in the South China Sea as a show of force and support
for Taiwan against invasion. China
has declared the South China Sea as its territorial waters, and
conducted invasion-type operations on an island near Taiwan.
It has also massed missile artillery against Taiwan.
Unknown to our naval task force, a new weapon recently deployed
by China was tracking them --- a weapon which could have destroyed the
entire task force in 10 minutes flat.
Obviously it is very important for our nation to be aware of
the nature of such weapons, so defenses and counters can be developed.
Russia, e.g., has had the same weapon for two decades, and even
tested a small version twice in the Afghan War.
"unified field theory" type electrodynamics has been
available for some decades, but is little used in the U.S. federal
scheme of things. My
personal opinion is that our government agencies largely do not have
the proper advanced electromagnetic advice being given to them, but
mostly just get advice based on U(1) symmetry electrodynamics.
Our particle physicists, e.g., do not realize that the highest
energy physics of all is with the lowest frequency photons, once the
time-component of the photon is transduced into spatial energy
(something which every charge in the universe is able to do a little
bit). So they have not
understood "cold fusion" (low energy nuclear reactions), and
instead have viciously attacked the area even though some 600
experiments have shown the reactions (though the mechanism is still
not understood). We gave
the mechanism and the exact reactions for three of the significant
products: excess deuterium, tritium, and alpha particles.
Consequently, because of the continuing dedication of most of
our scientific community to a 136-year-old Maxwell-Heaviside-Lorentz
electrodynamics, in some higher symmetry EM weapon areas the U.S. is
sadly behind our enemies, who have simply used what was already
available in physics though not in classical electrodynamics or
electrical engineering. The
purpose of such a special "advanced weapon advisory" tank,
again consisting of carefully selected scientists and hopefully with a
Nobelist chosen by name, would be to provide far better advice and
recommendations to our government on what is possible and already done
in advanced EM/GR weapons than they have gotten or are likely to get
from the present organized scientific community.
our small ADAS projects consist of those in the energy area (to
extract EM energy from the vacuum and hopefully help solve the
escalating energy crisis), medical applications of higher symmetry
electrodynamics (as, e.g., the Prioré work and some extensions to
it), and some advanced weapons work which we have personally done
because no one else was doing it for many years.
As can be seen, we have done whatever we could on the three
major projects, but they should be performed on a massive and very
rapid scale because of their importance to national survival and
national economic survival.
our sponsored work is eventually incorporated into published reports
for public consumption; e.g., we deeply value the advanced theoretical
work in higher symmetry electrodynamics that the Alpha Foundation's
Institute for Advanced Studies is doing, under extreme hardships for
the struggling scientists involved.
Since that organization is absolutely penniless, with our
meager funds we have been able --- thanks to some benevolent donors --
to pick up their page charges, typesetting charges, a computer for
them, etc. for a series of very important and very advanced papers
(approximately 100), many now published in the hard literature
(Foundations of Physics Letters, Physica Scripta, Optik, etc.) and the
entire 100 also carried on a Department of Energy website in advanced
electrodynamics reserved for scientists.
Key among those papers is the extraction of EM energy from the
vacuum, with rigorous mechanisms showing it can be done.
is a small summary of the Association of Distinguished American
Scientists, its orientation and its goals, and the work it is
accomplishing even though we only have small funds.
The organization is continuing and will continue as best it can
to further the work in those major areas listed
above. As can be
appreciated, these areas are of great importance, not only to the
survival and welfare of our own nation, but to all humankind.
Monday, September 17, 2001 1:31 PM