“This sounds very important beause Bessler Wheels obviously work. It would be doubly interesting to include aspects of ECE theory.”
“A cosinusoidal electromagnetic driving term will then be used to produce resonance in capphi, which has the opposite sign to the usual – capphi of gravitation. I call this the counter gravitational scalar potential.”
“Many thanks, I will forward these to the Fellows for a synopsis of their thoughts. I recall that Tesla carried out experiments such as these but did not give a theoretical explanation. The ECE explanation is contained in UFT63 (very heavily studied for about seven or eight years by now, and in developments of spin connection theory by Horst Eckardt and Douglas Lindstrom. Robert Cheshire has posted a very interesting broadcast on www.aias.us called “Nicola Who?” and there is a film “All about Tesla” in which Alex Hill and I appeared.”
There are of course the criteria of Langmuir, Gruenberger and Baez to guide one, but by far the easiest way is to look at what ‘projects’ the pseudoscientists work on: the main ones being perpetual motion (see above), antigravity (see above), crackpot cancer-cures and ‘the paranormal’. Real physicists do not suffer from these delusions; Richard Feynman, in his last years, was more interested in why a lawn-sprinkler does not work in reverse than in those loony quests. In fact, the lawn-sprinkler question is quite profound … but a pseudoscientist would see no money (their main concern) in it, and therefore not be interested. Another handy rule-of-thumb to use is ‘Tesla-worship’. That is, anybody who mentions Tesla in a good light (see above) marks himself out as being completely ignorant of the history of science. Tesla was a dishonest person who ‘inserted’ himself into the record by stealing ideas and being the first media-slut; giving journalists good copy and generally ‘acting the scientific guru’ (just as that other ideas-thief, Arthur C.Clarke, was to do a generation later).