Some Discussions on 10th July 2018

Steve Bannister asked which is the most important UFT paper published in the last year. I would say that this is review paper UFT400, which summarizes several major advances in gyroscope and vacuum physics, and the inference of the law of conservation of antisymmetry, and UFT410 which introduces the universal law of precessions. It is impossible to pick out one paper. UFT406 is the definitive refutation of Einsteinian EGR. Steve Bannister also mentioned that John Shelburne has constructed a new device to take energy from spacetime and kindly sent greetings from John Shelburne. Steve Bannister and Doug Lindstrom have both summarized major advances in LENR, and that commercial devices will be available soon. It was agreed that the checking procedures by Horst and myself, sometimes with others, for each new paper are very important. These eliminate human error insofar as is possible, and also check concepts, especially new ideas. The superhyperbole of interest in our work was found to be very pleasing of course, being human. The bitter and mindless animosities of the standard fringe (if it hasn’t frayed away entirely by now) have been eliminated by patient scholarship and logic. The standard fringe has therefore been eliminated and forgotten, and is summed up by the wit of Oscar Wilde: "There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about". So I shouldn’t talk about the long forgotten zealots. Logic is summed up neatly by Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest": "I dislike argument, argument is always vulgar and often convincing." When talking about dogmatists "God in creating man somewhat overestimated his abilities." Plans were mentioned for another AIAS conference where a LENR or pulsed LENR device could be demonstrated, together with spacetime circuits. It was an enjoyable day and all are welcome here any time for wit and biscuits (cookies). We discussed the formation of a charitable trust: "Always forgive your enemies, nothing annoys them so much." (Wilde.) On the indefinite continuation of intellectual work "I am not young enough to know everything" and on new ideas: "Work is the enemy of the thinking classes" (a variation on Wilde). This means that you either have an entirely original idea or you don’t. You can’t think around the corner. So many congratulations to AIAS / UPITEC, whose system of work cannot be destroyed or unfunded. It is like the system of Impressionists or Post Impressionists. It cannot be closed down by witless government.


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