The Unforgettable Paul Babcock Left the Room

Extraordinary engineer and new-energy trailblazer, Paul Babcock, exited this physical world on June 4, 2024. In honor of his passing, I’m posting my entire chapter about him, from the book Hidden Energy. Condolences to his lovely wife and all the people, that includes me, who appreciated his zest for life, inventive brilliance and dedication to… Continue reading The Unforgettable Paul Babcock Left the Room

Much Good News to Share

There’s much to celebrate. For instance, a scientist whose work I’ve admired for decades is involved with a game-changing invention called the EnergiCell, and he’s now chief physicist for a company, ENG8, aiming to commercialize it. ENG8 accepted a significant offer from an investment fund. A few days ago, 350 PPM LTD reported that ENG8… Continue reading Much Good News to Share

A New Science of Heaven

Back to reading non-fiction, this time recommended by scientists whom also respect, yet I don’t know personally. I’m loving a book titled A New Science of Heaven. At 400 pages, it’s not everyone’s cuppa tea. However, the vastness of the topic may light up for you anyway. The cover blurb is “How the science of… Continue reading A New Science of Heaven

Disruptive by C. Bensinger

My electrical-engineer friends do enthuse about new books, but rarely novels. Yet last year Toby Grotz told me about Disruptive by Charles Bensinger. I finally found time to read the novel—and it was indeed a page-turner. About real-life issues and what Nikola Tesla called Radiant Energy, set in a fictional “resistance movement led by Sapphire,… Continue reading Disruptive by C. Bensinger

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Food Forest Abundance and Permaculture Are Keys

Food security and sustainability are keys to a better future. Sustainable lifestyles and growing health-enhancing food were themes for several of the speakers at ESTC 2023 in Spokane. Paul Wheaton, appropriately, wears the type of coveralls worn by down-to-earth workers on the land. He educates people who come to his workshops in Montana to learn… Continue reading Food Forest Abundance and Permaculture Are Keys

Rachel Carson’s Legacy

You may be surprised at what the Rachel Carsons of our world can teach us. Although the late Rachel Carson (1907–1964) is not around to comment on today’s crises, she and her successors still help. Carson was a biologist who revered the myriad expressions of life in the natural world. She informed a global public… Continue reading Rachel Carson’s Legacy

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Tom Beardon Was a Survivor

What life experiences shaped the late Thomas Bearden’s larger-than-life persistence and courage? The earliest influence was “hard times.” For the rest of his life, no matter how heavy the ridicule and the “perpetual motion crackpot” name-calling he had to endure, and how exhausting the effort to change entrenched ideas, it couldn’t be more difficult than… Continue reading Tom Beardon Was a Survivor

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Honoring Tom Beardon

Three brave pioneers of frontier science left us permanently in the past month. Most recent was Nobel prize winning virologist Luc Montagnier, preceded by Stanford University engineering professor emeritus / consciousness researcher William A. Tiller, and electrical engineer Thomas E. Bearden. I wrote about each of them, in different issues of Atlantis Rising magazine. Tom… Continue reading Honoring Tom Beardon

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