Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Nobel Prize Winning Physicist Blasts Mainstream Media For Ignoring Rossi's New Physics Busting E-Cat Technology.
Cambridge Professor Brian Josephson won the Nobel prize for Physics in 1973 for "for his theoretical predictions of the properties of a supercurrent through a tunnel barrier, in particular those phenomena which are generally known as the Josephson effects".
Josephson is currently director of the Mind-Matter Unification Project of the Theory of Condensed Matter Group at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, a project concerned primarily with the attempt to understand, from the viewpoint of the theoretical physicist, what may loosely be characterised as intelligent processes in nature, associated with brain function or with some other natural process.
Josephson produced the accompanying video which mainly serves as an introduction to what the e-cat is, why it is so remarkable and the problems that the mainstream have in accepting new phenomena such as this.
He cites an instance where the Wright Brothers were accused of being frauds and liars back in their day as an example of how the current understanding of physics and technology makes assumptions that we already "know it all".
Like the Wright Brothers, the Rossi e-cat seems to do impossible things ("impossible" becasue we haven't discovered and observed them yet). The e-cat has been shown to produce 30 times more energy than is input, while seemingly transmutating a small percentage of the nickel fuel into copper.
The current physics argues that the Coloumb barrier cannot be overcome at such low temperatures and pressures, and so quickly dismisses the observable facts (gamma rays and vast amounts of excess heat produced) - but for how long can mainstream science maintain this position and for how long can the lamestream media keep it's head buried in the sand?
Over the last few months Josephson has also been valiantly challenging the establishment dogma obsessed editorial goons on the Energy Catalyzer's Wikipedia page. Had he not been challenging their removal and convenient omissions of vital information, no doubt the e-catalyzer page would be crammed with scientific dogma and establishment denial.
Science sometimes forgets it's early beginnings. Rene Decartes who is largely credited with fouding modern scientific principles experienced a series of three powerful dreams or visions that he later claimed profoundly influenced his life. These visions laid the groundwork for what we now call modern science yet they are more at home in what Wikipedia would now term as pseudoscience. The universe it would seem, has a sense of irony when it comes to science.
Energy Catalyzer Wikipedia Page (Not A Reliable Source For Truth)
Brian Josephson's Nobel Prize
Josephson's Cambridge Homepage