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The Uncommitted Investigator

The Uncommitted Investigator

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Published by American Kabuki
Insider Daniel discusses the importance of the "Uncommitted Investigator" unhindered by corporate profit goals, academic biases, and conventional thinking in discovering new scientific knowledge.
Insider Daniel discusses the importance of the "Uncommitted Investigator" unhindered by corporate profit goals, academic biases, and conventional thinking in discovering new scientific knowledge.

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Published by: American Kabuki on Nov 09, 2012
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The Uncommitted Investigator 
Somewhere along the line, that which is true is being made to appear false, because that which is false is accepted as truth.
 —Dewey LarsonLarson's quote nicely sums up the current world situation, regardless of the field of study, whether it bescience,
politics or the Great Pumpkin.
 One of the first questions people ask me after they find out what I know is, “why did you wait 30 yearsto say something?” Well, I
For decades I tried to get people to listen, but no one would. I wasinsulted, attacked and ridiculed for daring to say that what people were taught in schools is flat-out
. Eventually, one concludes that it isn't worth the effort to try. So I stopped trying to get theinformation out and focused on understanding the things that I encountered during the Phoenix project, but as an “uncommitted investigator.”Dewey Larson,
one of my all-time favorite researchers and fellow “uncommitted investigator,” saidthis in a presentation to a class of chemical engineers, back in 1968:
About twenty years ago Dr. James B. Conant, at that time president of Harvard University,gave a talk to a group of chemists and chemical executives in which he expressed seriousconcern over the effect on scientific progress that was likely to result from the virtualdisappearance of what he called the “uncommitted investigators,” a term which he appliedto those individuals who carry on scientific research work on their own initiative, withoutsupport from or direction by the established research agencies. As Dr. Conant put it, theseindividuals “could investigate what they pleased when they pleased, or break off research atany point. They were as free as the wind because they had no program except the ever-changing one in their own minds.”The reason for his concern, Dr. Conant explained, was that although the great majority of new discoveries in the scientific field are made by professional scientists working under theauspices of universities or research laboratories, the really revolutionary ideas, those thatactually change the course of scientific progress, have come mainly from the free-wheelingactivities of these
uncommitted investigators
, and if such individuals are no longer active,there is no assurance that these much-needed ideas will continue to materialize. In Dr.Conant’s own words: “The revolutionary advances in theoretical science were made verylargely by amateurs… Few will deny that it is relatively easy in science to fill in the detailsof a new area, once the frontier has been crossed. The crucial event is turning the
1Dewey Larson's
 demonstrate that conventional science tends to have things inside-out, upside-downand backwards, and when the situation is corrected, the Universe is a much simpler place than we thought it was.2The mathematics of Miles Mathes demonstrates the whole concept of infinitesimals is wrong; in nature, nothing ever  “approaches zero,” it
unity. Calculus became another dead-end, not an open door.3Research of forerunners likeLloyd Pye
, Mauro Biglino andR.A. Boulayinto anthropology show an entirely different history of mankind: a slave race engineered by the gods, not evolved from apes.4Schulz, Charles,
 It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
; From Linus Van Pelt's memorable line, “There are three things Ihave learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics and the Great Pumpkin.”5Website:http://larson.rstheory.org/6Larson, Dewey B., 
The Uncommitted Investigator 
unexpected corner. This is not given to most of us to do. If you want advances in the basictheories of chemistry and physics in the future comparable to those of the last twocenturies, then it would seem essential that there continue to be people in a position to turnunexpected corners. By definition, the unexpected corner 
be turned by any operationthat is planned.”During my own research, I turned more than a few “unexpected corners” that pointed out, quite clearly,the things we are taught are “bits of truth,” but
almost always lead to dead ends
. It is as though humanknowledge has been guided into these dead ends and strong walls erected to keep people from thinkingoutside the box. True research, having been taken over by corporations, became a tool for profit—not atool for understanding. It is only the few, uncommitted investigators working in back rooms, basementsand garages, that have obtained new knowledge and tried to make it public—usually to be bought out by corporations, silenced under “national security,” or ridiculed into obscurity.The research I put forth is
not secret 
, it is just the “common factor” to a lot of other research done bydozens of other uncommitted investigators over the last 200 years. The references I give can be foundin most public libraries.Take a dose of Larson, Maxwell, Steinmetz, Keely and Tesla, mix with some medieval Christianity,Vedic epics and Hermes Trismegistus, shake well (shaken, not stirred), and season with a good dose of Sumerian mythology and Celtic folklore. What you get from that concoction is the knowledge that was
by the gods—the “secret science” that contradicts everything you know!It takes the mind a while to unlearn everything it has been programmed to believe by those powers that be. My papers
directly contradict 
everything you've been taught 
as “truth.” For example:
The substance of the universe is not
, but
, a abstract ratio of 
that we callspace/time.
Faster-than-light speeds are
the rule
, not the exception, which is a slap in theface to Einstein.
Astronomers have everything
; stars begin their life as red giants and end it as bluegiants exploding in a supernovae.
 Galaxies form from globular clusters, to irregulars, to spirals,to giant sphericals and also explode, producing quasars.
The geological dating system is based on a false premise; things are
younger than stated by geologists. Correlations are missed because of this, such as the Biblical appearance of Adamand Eve coinciding with the sudden appearance of Cro-Magnon man.
Anthropology became the study of how to hide the true origins of 
homo sapiens
. Fact is,mankind may have more in common with Godzilla than with the Neanderthals.
Religion is not what you think… it's the code of enslavement, not enlightenment.So when you read my papers and start screaming, “That's wrong! I was taught that…,” remember thatI've heard it all before.
 I was taught it all before! And I use to believe it!
Then I found none of what Iwas taught came close to explain the things I saw and worked with, forcing me to accept that
everything I knew was wrong 
. It took a lot of time and effort to work around all those built-in biases— and they put up quite a fight—but once I was able to steer myself clear and take a clean look at whatnow seems obvious, a much simpler view of the universe emerged—one that opens the doors to someamazing possibilities.
7There are two types of supernova, based on the thermal limit (blue giant explosion) or the age limit (stars of other spectral class). See Larson's book,
Universe of Motion
, for details.

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