My husband is at it again, only this time, the topic is rather grim – people die when they figure out some things.
There may exist technologies that are dangerous to know. Perhaps not just “to know”, but rather “to sell”. Quite often we read about “free energy” and/or “instant communication” technologies. There is usually some kind of a scam involved nearby. That does not necessarily mean that there is nothing but scam. What is true and what is not – that’s the million dollar question. Hartmut Müller’s “Global Scaling” is one such example, as we will see below.
Usually there is some kind of a “theory” going around, a “theory” that tries to package the claims of those who patent, produce and try to sell extraordinary gadgets into attractive and colorful shiny boxes. Without a theory, who will buy them? The same, or almost the same gadget can be wrapped up in different theories in different parts of the world. These theories more often than not claim to be based on some mathematics and some physics. Since I am both, a little bit of a mathematician and a little bit of a physicist, trying to be rationally irrational and open-minded, I like to read all the “strange” stuff that I can find. And what I read, I share.
Just before Christmas I ordered a book by A. G. Parkhomov “Earth, Cosmos, Man” – only available in Russian – so it’s a lucky thing that I learned to speak and read Russian almost before I learned my mother tongue, Polish. I hope to write more about Parkhomov’s exciting research on nuclear phenomena after studying his book. But it is only this morning that I received an email telling me that the book has been shipped. Therefore I had to change my plans and reschedule my posting of articles in this series. Which is not that difficult because there are lots of exciting new things that happen every day and that are worth sharing.