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fgleich:
For your info:

Harold Aspden had a stroke, and is unable to maintain his websites. An engineering student has met Harold and his wife and has set up a website containing Harold's writings, etc, so they don't disappear. It's now at

http://haroldaspden.com/index.htm

I'm very relieved that he is still with us, his work is of paramount importance.

ramset:
Thank you for sharing this info.
Chet

giantkiller:
Yes. Thank you.

No disrespect, but:
This comment was on the website:
can no longer pursue his work with the tenacity and vigour he did throughout his life.

One never knows what a change can bring. Harold wrote fascinating papers which should stir the dreams of the reader.

Forgive me if this is too bold.

fgleich:
reading further, it also states that:

Wendy then asked if I could help her ensure Harold's websites -which due to their troubles had not been maintained

I'm wondering if CD's or DVD's might be made of this info and sold for a small fee, or given away. Long ago I could see troubles like this coming, so I archived everything for myself. This information is too valuable to vanish.

Maybe even donations to maintain the websites are in order ?

xmark:

--- Quote from: fgleich on September 21, 2010, 01:22:30 AM ---For your info:

Harold Aspden had a stroke, and is unable to maintain his websites. An engineering student has met Harold and his wife and has set up a website containing Harold's writings, etc, so they don't disappear. It's now at

http://haroldaspden.com/index.htm

I'm very relieved that he is still with us, his work is of paramount importance.

--- End quote ---

Hi dear fgleich. Thank you for posting this info about the health status of the elderly Dr. Harold Aspden; and also for sharing the address of the new site kept by a devoted engineering student: http://haroldaspden.com/index.htm
I do truly agree with your words about Dr. Aspden's lifetime vast work in the physics and cosmology fields.
From my viewpoint, he is the leading PIONEER of a more advanced phase of Science at hand; the following was an earlier attempt to make this fact publicly known 'urbi et orbi': Harold Aspden @PESWiki.

What do you make of: this obnoxious engagement request to the University of Southampton by a Dr. D. Fisher? Is it the same Dr. Fisher, David, that Dr. Aspden mentions at the Energy Science Report No. 10 (page 3 partially quoted beneath)?
If so, doesn't it appear to be the start of an outrageous personal attack to the reputation of the retired Dr. Aspden when they (Fisher et al) seem to have been unable in the past to provide the necessary counter-arguments from their professional field to attempt to refute the solid foundations and logic conclusions of Dr. Aspden's work; or am i misreading it? (English is not my mothertongue)

Course of action?

Thank you for your attention.
Cheers.


--- Quote ---Yet, as I say, since the basis of electrical science is founded on electrical activity seated in electrons and
our body fluids involve activity seated in ions that are very much heavier than electrons, there is reason
for doubt.
Now, the stimulus for writing the text of this introductory essay of this Report No. 10 comes from a
Letter to the Editor in the July/August 1996 issue of Electronics World (page 590). It was authored by Dr.
David Fisher of Cardiff in Wales and was a declaration framed in an accusative context directed at
anyone who believes in 'anti-gravity and perpetual motion (free energy)' with the finger pointed in my
direction. Quoting from it:
"I was, in fact, thinking of Dr. Aspden who, readers will recall, believes in this nonsense and has also
proposed a 'cyclotron' theory in order to 'explain' the so-called link between electromagnetic fields and
disease."
This was probably a result of an article of mine published by Electronics and Wireless World, pp. 29-31
(1989). It was entitled 'Anti-Gravity Electronics'.
The latter article had also attracted similar criticism, expressing doubts as to my wisdom as a
professionally qualified physicist, for my views on the gravity theme. My attacker was C. Hellingman
writing in Physics Education, 27, 112-115 (1992). In rallying to defend my case I wrote another article
which was published by the Institute of Physics in U.K. in that same periodical, Physics Education, 28,
202-203 (1993). It was entitled 'The Law of Perpetual Motion'. As to my `cyclotron' subject that had
featured in an earlier article of mine in EWWW, pp. 774-775 (September 1991). The title of that article
was 'Power Lines, Cancer and Cyclotron Resonance'. Note that EWWW, or Electronics World +
Wireless World, represents a staged period of gradual transition as the publishers of Wireless World
decided to rename their periodical Electronics World. I am tempted to note here that the word `wireless'
has gone out of fashion, along with the word 'aether', but remind you that Nature still needs the aether to
sustain those wireless waves and no amount of electronics can eradicate its existence!

-- Dr. Harold Aspden in Energy Science Report No. 10, 1997
--- End quote ---

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