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Author Topic: ECE - a formal, quantitative approach  (Read 2577 times)

Offline steve_whiss

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ECE - a formal, quantitative approach
« on: July 07, 2007, 12:14:46 AM »
Heads up for academic sorts.

Formal science seems to not be 100% MIA - just spotted this place following a link on Tom Bearden's website:

Precis: a small group of hard academic phys people who are taking Bearden / Bedini on board and breaking new ground. Ish.

Apparently they are getting brickbats thrown at them buy the faithful physics people.

...seems to have been going for some time - this page:

has 80+ papers on ECE.

ECE looks like a new theory of physics - which just happens to support OU in principle, if not explicitly.

(I've gone lost the one :( - been reading lots of OTT stuff here) BUT one of these papers talks about how in principle using electric pulses with * 3 frequencies mixed * would yield output 100,000 times as powerful as input.

Looks like they have spotted the TPU in their maths.

And they have the maths behind Johnson's motor work too.

WARNING: Reimann distorted spacetime with Cartan and Eigenspaces ahead. Expect translation matricies with terms in every corner. If you have not eaten up Special Relativity by now your brane may explode!

Well, I don't know what it all means & I'm going x-eyed reading it.

But - looks like the big-brained ones have come out to play.


PS Just found the Johnson motor paper / analysis they wrote:

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Offline BEP

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Re: ECE - a formal, quantitative approach
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2007, 02:04:42 AM »
Much of 'what I think is going on in the TPU' is in paper 81.