|Subject: RE: Thanks and
please, I want to subscribe
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 11:43:29 -0600
Dear Dr. ********
Thanks very much for the kind words, and I'm glad you found the material of interest.
As we can, we will continue to get the material up there; there is still quite a bit to go. Presently I'm still recovering from the heart attack some months ago, and also still struggling to finish my book, Energy from the Vacuum: Concepts and Principles, to be published in 2002 by World Scientific. I'm about 2/3 finished with the book now. We hope that you will find some very new things in the book, of interest to you as well. It will include such things as a new look at what "propagation of EM energy through 3-space" actually is, and will more fully present the giant negentropy process for a charge or dipole, solving the source charge problem for once and for all, hopefully. We also will propose mechanisms for what is generating the excess positive energy in the arms of spiral galaxies, thus producing the extra gravity that holds them together. Also, we will propose a most unusual but laboratory testable mechanism for what is producing the antigravity responsible for accelerating the expansion of the universe. Again, this is testable on the lab bench. Oddly, COP>1.0 EM systems can involve both mechanisms under certain conditions.
I may have missed your previous message, as my E-mail has been down for a week and a half, and I only got going again this morning after replacing modems and equipment, etc. which somehow had failed.
Best wishes in your own projects,
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 16:26:24 +0100
Subject: Thanks and please, I want to subscribe
A deep desire to wholeheartedly thank Tom Bearden and co-workers for
the wealth of information
being presented at the site, on behalf of all Creation, Earth and
Humanity loving scientists,
accompanies the expression of my wish to be added to the Announcement
My name is Jan Kees *****, a Ph.D. physicist from the Netherlands.
Please, if you see Tom, convey my gratitude and wish him all the best!
I have sent an earlier comment to the Webmaster, which may have been
Never mind, Tom's time surely must be a scarce resource these days.