The importance of these papers for new energy cannot be overestimated, they show that energy from spacetime (ES) is a practical possibility. Millions of these circuits can be assembled into power stations with no moving parts. UFT311 on www.aias.us demonstrates precise agreement of ECE theory with some of these all important data. ES is orders of magnitude more efficient than wind turbines or any fossil fuel burning power station. Eventually it will make all other forms of power production obsolete. Currently a submission by Osamu Ide is being considered by a House of Commons select committee on new energy. Details of the circuit and a photograph are given. See also www.et3m.netand www.upitec.org, as well as www.aias.us.”
Thanks for those papers, Ron, anything which makes chemists look stupid is grist to our mill. After all, it was an incompetent Royal chemical society which thought that a deluded crank like yourself was a suitable candidate for a coveted Civil List pension. Our readers will appreciate that the ACS is also a ‘bit thick’ in accepting the Ideotic nonsense. It is a favourite trick of the pseudoscientist to present his results as being merely ‘anomalous’ at a reputable conference, or in a peer-reviewed journal, and then tell suckers that the anomaly is really ‘energy from nowhere’. But Ideotic has been using this same ploy for some 20 years! How useless does someone have to be to be unable, after two decades, to track down an anomaly in a trivial electrical circuit? One of the papers is clearly dubious in the eyes of the seasoned debunker: why does it say ‘PhD’ in brackets after one of the author-names. Academic qualifications are now never listed in academic publications. Using ‘PhD’ like that is the same as putting it (or ‘Dr’) on the cover of a book; it is a sure sign that the author is trying to sell the reader a bill of goods. Atlantis Rising is a magazine, for the mentally challenged, which is so unhinged that it makes Fortean Times or Nexus look like The Times. While describing another outing of Ideotic, five years ago, it put a rather strange spin on his behaviour at that time:
In what sense was it ‘dignified behaviour’ to skip off to a different continent as soon as an earthquake hit Japan? Don’t forget, Ron, that (as we pointed out in our recent ‘Sock Puppets’ post) Ideotic is just one of a large bunch of cranks which is attempting to deceive UK politicians.