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The Best Evidence for UFOs/ETs

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Former security guard at Minot AFB describes seeing HUGE UFO take off near missile silo in 1972 and suffers burns

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What is Remote Viewing?

powerful-waveWhat is Remote Viewing? Here’s my take on our amazing ability to intuitively access non-local information and how it works:
http://bit.ly/resonantviewing Enjoy!

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“Science and the Taboo of Psi” by Dean Radin

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Fractal Metamaterial Antennas and Resistance to New Ideas Like Cold Fusion- Nathan Cohen

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Why Cold Fusion was Mistakenly Rejected–Melvin Miles

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MFMP explain more about the elements of Cold Fusion

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The New Yorker article on Quantum Entanglement

"Black Hole" by Alex Borland

“Black Hole” by Alex Borland

Lawrence M. Krauss makes some serious errors in the following statement, ignoring both the works of Dean Raden and Princeton’s PEAR Labs, which have shown that human thoughts affect, at a very subtle but statistically significant level, the outcome of quantum experiments: “The truth, however, is that consciousness is irrelevant to the act of measurement, which can be done by machines, or even by single photons. If consciousness matters, then the inner thoughts of the experimenter who operates the machines would also have to be reported when we write up the results of our experiments. We’d need to know whether they were daydreaming about sex, for example. We don’t. The machines can record data and print it out whether or not a person is in the room, and those printouts, which behave classically, don’t change when the humans come back.” Read the full New Yorker article, “Tangled Up in Entanglement.

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Did Tesla Discover Cold Fusion and LENR?

Here’s a fascinating piece from a commentator at E-Cat World arguing that Nicola Tesla, based on a lecture he gave at Columbia University in 1891, may have been one of the founders of Cold Fusion. Moreover, it may be operating in your body right now!
Tesla and Cold Fusion

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E-Cat Inventor Says Resonance Guides Self-Sustained Power Generation

Rossi's E-Cat

Rossi’s E-Cat

In a recent response to questions about how the E-Cat “Energy Catalyzer” Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) works when several are hooked together, inventor Andreas Rossi says: “The concert model is proper: wherein many instruments can make a harmony that is not just the sum of single sounds: resonances can generate virtual entities whose energy is higher than the sum of the energy of the singles.” Read his whole response here.

The E-Cat, which is owned by Industrial Heat LLC of Raleigh, N.C., is a highly controversial relative of Cold Fusion. However, it’s solid state device consisting of “tubercularized” nickel powder suspended in a hydrogen matrix. Critics say there is no accepted theory to support its operation and production of isotopic by-products. Some recent experiments, like that of Russian physicist Parkhomov to duplicate it in an open source environment with readily available materials, have been successful leading to speculation that it could soon be viable, non-polluting, low-cost source of heat and even electricity. Stay tuned.

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