Tesla’s Solar Rays

An important related concept connected to Tesla’s aether theory and Dynamic Theory of Gravity are his “primary solar rays“. Overall, the sun acts as a “generator” for our solar system. It emits enormous amounts of radiation, which Tesla called “primary solar rays” (and leads to the modern concept of cosmic rays). These rays in turn, hit various particles in space which give rise to much weaker secondary radiations. The primary solar rays reach the various planets imparting momentum to them which is constantly at right angles in respect to their trajectory from the sun (this explains why planets revolve around stars, a theory later proven by Hannes Alfven). Tesla often repeated that nothing in the universe is standing still, the “earth is actually in fantastic motion (“70,000 mph”)” (this is why the theory was called “dynamic“) because if it were, all matter would “decay” back to the aether (everything on the Earth is hurling through space at incredible speed because the Earth and the solar system are moving through space). Tesla stated that if any radioactive element were to be shielded from these rays, the material would cease to be radioactive.

This corresponds to my concept that the sun produces ‘electrostatic pressure’ that drives every atom in our solar system. “there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment.” On his 79th birthday (1935) – Tesla made a brief reference to the theory saying it applies to molecules and atoms as well as to the largest heavenly bodies, and to “…all matter in the universe in any phase of its existence from its very formation to its ultimate disintegration”.

Ether is thrown into “infinitesimal whirls” (“micro helices”) at near the speed of light, and becomes ponderable matter, when the force subsides and motion ceases, matter reverts to the ether (a form of “atomic decay”)

Humans, like fish in the sea, are completely oblivious to being swept up by these galactic currents.  What we perceive as static, solid matter is actually in ‘fantastic motion’ on every level. It only seems stationary because on a macro level we are moving at the same relative speed.

The electrostatic pressure “carried around” are currents between atoms and the ether, which produce magnetism. The phenomena of ‘permanent magnetism’ or ‘cosmically induced’ magnetism are apparently due to electrostatic charges ‘carried around’ by cosmic motion, in the universal ether field.

Since no one can hold an atom or molecule perfectly still—because it is in fantastic motion—all atoms and molecules carry currents which in turn produce magnetic fields. Since a magnetic field is the product of a current, no one can produce a magnetic field without electricity, moving through or along a conductor, or as electrostatic pressure in local or cosmic motion.

Time travel

Growing up I used to think a lot about time travel. It was both a mental escape and a complete fascination in the concept. I remember talking to my high school science teacher about travelling faster than light. I reasoned that everything we see is relative. If an object is closer to me than somebody else then I was seeing their future as thereflection of light from the object reached me before it reached them. And they were seeing my past. My teacher dismissed my query by saying these were Einstein’s theories. Pity, I had a lot more questions.

By the age of 18 I had invented a concept for time machine. Without going into all the detail it looked like a flying saucer which consisted of several layers of spinning shells, each layer was suspended in a vacuum and moved vast amounts of charge from the rim to the poles of the device. The theory was that although you cannot move an object through time and space you can move the space which defines an objects position in both time and space.

These days I am fairly certain that it wouldn’t work but I still think it may provide a way of travelling to any point in the universe instantly.

My belief in time travel has waned because of the paradoxes as well as the silly idea of alternate dimensions or time-lines.

For instance, if they invented time-travel anytime between now and the next million years then time travellers would be with us today. And considering how egotistic people are I sincerely doubt that one of these many tourist time travellers wouldn’t let slip he was from the future and try to warn us of our follies or some impending disaster and offer indelible proof. Stephen Hawking came to a similar conclusion. Let’s face it, people are far to egotistic, greedy and stupid to keep such a huge secret.

The other eternal problem is that of causality or paradoxes. The classic example of a problem involving causality is the “grandfather paradox“: what if one were to go back in time and kill one’s own grandfather before one’s father was conceived? All of a sudden you can’t possibly be there to kill him in the first place.

If you believe in alternate time-lines, parallel universesmultiverses or dimensions then it would mean that all the known physical laws governing the Conservation of Energy are wrong. It would mean that every split second wholealternative universes are being created purely on the basis of our individual decision-making. Think of the energy contained in one atom and multiply that by an infinite number of atoms multiplied by an infinite number of possible time-lines. Sounds a bit egocentric to me!

My theory on time is that all matter is fundamentally movement>pressure>density. Matter NEVER stays still so the matter or energy that existed a thousand is still here now, just in a different form. If that matter/energy remained frozen as “the past” then we would be in very serious trouble now. So the ‘yesterday’ as you remember it doesn’t exist outside a recorded impression in your mind.

Time is only a measure of relative movement. If there was only one thing, say a ball, moving in otherwise completely empty space at whatever speed you might imagine, it would have no past, present or future without another reference point. I could go on but suffice to say that time only exists as our consciousness of change.

I strongly believe that one day we will invent faster than light travel. Light is only a wave-form therefore may govern how we perceive the world but does not present a theoretical speed restriction.

But then again I might be completely wrong? the following is certainly a very impressive jargonistic write-up.


Renegade dwarf smashed up our galaxy

Why do scientists continue to roll out this ‘pseudo scientific‘ dribble as grand announcements of newly discovered facts.

Artist's conception of the Milky Way galaxy.

Image via Wikipedia


“OUR world orbits a sun located on one of the arms of the Milky Way, a galaxy of some 200 billion stars with spiral limbs that whirl around a thin disk.

But how did the galaxy develop those famous arms?

A new theory, aired overnight, says they formed after the Milky Way was whacked by a dwarf galaxy, sending cascades of stars flying to the galactic rim.

And the collision has happened not just once, but twice in the last two billion years, and a third smashup is on the cards within the next 10 million years, a blink of an eye in cosmic terms

Read more: http://www.news.com.au

Science can’t reliably predict tomorrow’s weather yet they confidently make statements of an event that happened a billion years ago. Statements like: “Its punch came from a thick envelope of “dark matter“, the poorly-understood invisible substance that constitutes most of the matter in the Universe, the scientists believe.” Is like saying “we don’t understand how or why it happened but we’re telling you it happened”.

There are millions of spiral galaxies in the known universe. Doesn’t it make more sense to hypothesise that these galaxies were formed by a process rather than a random “poorly-understood” event like a “dwarf galaxy from a thick envelope of dark matter”.

Why do we continually get fed this absurd nonsense? Why must we be led to believe that the beautiful order in the universe was created through random events, big bangs and cataclysms rather than any kind of process?

Spiral formations have been successfully created in plasma labs. Surely this would be fear more worthy of further research than a bad hypothesis based on yet another a very questionable hypothesis.


The dark force is alive and well…

Einstein was right all along: the future is dark

Deborah Smith

May 20, 2011

Albert Einstein.

IT’S official. The universe is slowly fading away into the distance. An invisible force thought to be pushing the cosmos ever faster apart does exist, Australian astronomers have concluded.

The team is the first to have looked at the structure of the universe more than halfway back in time, to a period when this repulsive force, known as dark energy, began to dominate over the pull of gravity.

Chris Blake, of Swinburne University, said the results of their four-year survey of more than 200,000 distant galaxies show the mysterious force is a property of space itself.

”Dark energy is real,” Dr Blake said. ”It fills the universe.”

The possible existence of an all-pervading repulsive force was first revealed in 1998, when two teams, one led by Brian Schmidt of the Australian National University, discovered that the expansion of the universe was speeding up, rather than slowing down as thought.

The team of 26 astronomers, co-led by Dr Blake, used the Australian Astronomical Observatory near Coonabarabran in NSW to observe the force’s effect on how galaxies were clustered together about 7 billion years ago, more than halfway back to the Big Bang.

Dr Blake said their results support the idea that dark energy is the ”cosmological constant” – a repulsive force Albert Einstein proposed almost a century ago to explain why the universe did not collapse on itself.

The famous scientist later dismissed the idea as ”his greatest blunder”. But he was right after all, Dr Blake said. ”Einstein remains untoppled.”

Dark energy will continue to push galaxies ever faster away until they fade completely from view. It might also result in a ”Big Rip”, as matter is torn apart, atom by atom, Dr Blake said.

Two studies, on the distribution of the galaxies and the rate at which clusters formed, are published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/einstein-was-right-all-along-the-future-is-dark-20110519-1ev1x.html#ixzz1MqfBALgN

CERN Murder

What if, now that we know the universe is electrical or ninety-five percent plasma driven, that one day we find out that atoms are just little solar systems or galaxies? Nature just repeating basic principals over and over. “what is above is below“.

This would make the CERN scientists, who waste billions of dollars just smashing things, barbaric, the destroyers of worlds. Even if their theory is validated, the standard atomic and gravity model of the universe only accounts for about five per cent of matter. “Dark matter” and “dark energy” are thought to make up the rest, but have yet to be detected.

If you need to spend nearly four billion euro just to see evidence of your pet theory then you can be quite assured that your theory is wrong. Give me four billion euro and I will prove, without further argument, anything you want!


Our Electric Universe

Recently finished reading the ‘The Big Bang Never Happened‘  by Eric J. Lerner

Also a ‘The Electric Sky‘ by Donald E. Scott (Jun 1, 2006)

Excellent reading. The Electric Sky is a bit easier to read. Both offer a thorough discussion of why current astrophysics theories are nonsense and propose and elegant alternative. The Plasma Universe is a term coined by Nobel Laureate Hannes Alfvén in 1937 and is the greatest emerging scientific challenge to the Big Bang Theory. If his ideas had been adopted over 70 years ago we would have  made enormous strides in our understanding of the universe which is now seen as made up of over 99% plasma. Instead astrophysics has had little real progress since Newton mathematically described gravity, and Einstein described its behaviour as if space was curved. It is unfortunate that few ‘experts’ or renown authorities cannot support ideas that undermine the body of knowledge upon which their authority stands. This forces many unconformists who enjoy challenging fashionable belief systems to be cast as lunatics and mad men.

If you haven’t heard of the concept before I recommend that you have a quick read of wiki’s entries on the subject. There is a growing body of scientist that are now supporting this theory.


While I do not completely agree with the concept of plasmas which are seen as charged ‘particles’, (the “particles” in our universe such as stars and galaxies are the result of the electric currents not the cause) the idea presented in these books that the universe is electric in nature is correct. I remember when studying the structure of atoms at school, asking the teacher why this little structures (atoms) could not be tiny solar systems. Well, it produced a good laugh by the whole class. “Our universe is held together by gravity, while atoms are held together by electrical charges” was the terse reply. We now know that this is not true. Gravity is a very weak force, if it can be called a force at all, and among many things cannot explain the super structures in our universe. Invisible Dark Matter, inaccessible by the laws of physics, has to be invented to hold a gravity based universe together.

Nor can the Big Bang Theory be true. There simply has not been enough time (13.7 billion years) for even the galaxies that we can observe to have formed. The cosmological red shift or Doppler effect that we observe may be the Compton Effect. Observations also demonstrate that red shift cannot determine distance, with co-joined galaxies giving vastly different red shift readings. Or who is to say that our universe is not oscillating like everything else we have experienced in the universe. Even the smallest of oscillations on a galactic scale would seem significant. You can easily imagine that in a 100 or 1000 years scientists may be saying at a different point in the oscillation that the universe is collapsing and in 13.7 billion years will be reduced back to a singularity.

One also must ask why science has adopted a theory from a Catholic priest (Monsignor Georges Lemaître) that sounds suspiciously like creationism. Science says that  “the universe was created by a big bang”. The Church says nooo “that God went pouf and universe was born, in 6 days”. So we are only allowed to argue whether it was a “bang” or a “pouf? As Terry Pratchet succinctly and humorously explains it “In the beginning there was nothing, which exploded.

Scientists have desperately tried to invent all types nonsense theories and incomprehensible mathematical models to support their untestable theories. According to many of today’s astrophysicists and Big Bangers more than 96% of our universe is made up of invisible entities. Imagine if I, a physicist, told you that there was an invisible elephant standing behind you made from both Warm and Fuzzy Dark Matter. You can’t hear, smell or feel it but it’s there. How could you prove me wrong?

These invisible entities, such as:

not to mention other theories…

are now reaching the end of credibility!

There is another problem. All matter is made up from energy. We have proven this. Yet modern science is forever inventing more particles to explain the nature of the universe. Yes, the universe is infinitely divisible because it is made up from an non viscous ether. We experience this as electricity in all its states. Looking for particles in particle accelerators is like taking our solar system and smashing it into a million pieces to understand what it is made from. Barbaric really, and bordering on insanity! But these so-called scientists get to name yet another particle after themselves, write another paper and ask for $Billions more in funding for their toys. If you want to understand this  more I highly recomend you read these books. I am also currently reading “The Electric Universe” by Wallace Thornhill and David Talbott which I can highly recommend. These books give you an excellent understanding of the greatest emerging scientific challenge to the Big Bang Theory. I would also recommend googling “the electric universe” which will give you many sites dedicated to these views. It is upsetting that ‘The Big Bang Never Happened’ was originally written nearly 20 years ago and has not reached a mainstream audience. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that we will one day soon look back on The Bang Theory and ask ourselves how anybody could have possibly believed such nonsense and why we hung onto the theory for so long despite an enormous body of evidence to the contrary.

My theories differ from the core assumption of these books. I believe the theory of electricity as charged particles is incorrect. The particles, be they atoms or solar systems, are the dross of the electric universe. There is a wonderful experiment that can be done with a vibrating metal plate and some fine sand. At certain frequencies the sand forms beautiful and elaborate patterns. The point most often missed with this experiment is that the sand gathers in the areas of least movement. So what you are seeing is the negative form of the energy pattern. So it is with our universe. Atoms are made within the violent electrical systems of our universe and gather where there is the least movement. Pushed out of the way, so to speak. The attempt at understanding our universe by studying matter is a folly as all matter is simply natures way of capturing energy systems. When electricity was first discovered  it was viewed as a fluid. Nearly all explanations of electric phenomenon were in elegant terms of “pressure”, “flow”, “current” and “capacity”, concepts that could be easily understood. When scientists started naming these as Watts, Hertz, Ohms etc these simple concepts became beyond the interest or comprehension of most mortals. We must get back to the simplest premise of movement–pressure–density as a measure of all phenomenon to understand our universe.


Father-in-law passed away last Saturday. Incredibly sad. Tadeusz ‘Ted’ Shooter (Strzelczyk). 15 November 1945 – 22 January 2011. After a courageous battle with Motor Neurone Disease. Terrible, terrible disease. He went from being an amazingly fit 65-year-old to being a bed ridden quadriplegic in only 8 months.

Still swear he caught something from his cat which died from identical symptoms a few months before he was diagnosed. Microscopic nematodes! Very hard to detect and diagnose. If he was a dog then there are four different tests that a vet could use to detect a nematode infection. As a human there are only a few labs in Australia that can do a test. And getting a doctor to condider the possibility is impossible. Some professor has written an article saying that the damage is to the motor neurones in the brain so nobody wants to look further. And it means that the patient will always be referred to a neurologists who will never consider the disease as anything but neurological. “We understand the disease”. No, you don’t, the motor neurone damage is a symptom, just like the muscle wastage.

If you saw a cow wasting away without a second thought you would think it had worms and treat it aggressively until it got better. That the disease progresses and then plateaus in turn, tells you that there is a process going on. Possibly the life-cycle of a nematode?

The eggs are excreted in the faeces and once they hatch burrow into the skin if the faeces is touched or stepped on. This is why it is not contagious for MND carers. The faeces is usually handled with gloves and all traces washed away before the eggs hatch, 3-7 days.

Should have taken his poo to a vet and told them I think my dog has nematodes. Of course, telling your neurologist that you think it is microscopic worms and they will think you are nuts. If you are lucky they will do a totally inconclusive blood test.  Once they had given him a diagnosis they feel their job is done.

Parasitic myositis in tropical Australia
Three patients with Australian parasitic myositis caused by the muspiceoid nematode Haycocknema perplexum are described. Treatment with albendazole led to a slow and incomplete recovery, but treatment with steroids caused life-threatening deterioration.
Patient 1: A 23-year-old woman presented to Cairns Base Hospital with a history of 2 years of insidiously progressive weakness, including 1 year of difficulty swallowing.
Patient 2: “A 61-year-old man was admitted to a Townsville hospital for investigation of a 3-year history of slowly progressive dysphagia and dysarthria, and 1 year of limb weakness. “
Patient 3. “A 61-year-old man from Mackay, Qld, was admitted to Townsville Hospital with a 2-year history of hand cramping, progressive diffuse weakness eventually causing difficulty climbing stairs, and 1 year of dysphagia.”http://www.mja.com.au/public/issues/188_04_180208/bas10969_fm.html

Nevertheless it is a very sad time. Ted, rest in peace.

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