These are science lectures in which you will learn about gravitation, magnetism and begin to understand how the universe was created. You will be introduced to a limitless source of 'free energy' which we can harness to meet our future energy needs without polluting our planet. It is limitless because Nature conserves energy and, if we use the energy Nature feeds to us in a consumable form, Nature has a way of recapturing that energy as we shed it and reprocessing it through its sub-quantum underworld to feed it back into its original form. Yes, you will learn to question what you read in contemporary textbooks which say that there are man-made laws preventing Nature from working in that way. But, as you learn, you will, I hope, become all the more interested in what I have to say, because it affects your future and the destiny of mankind.
Amongst the earlier Lectures that I shall be including in this section of my Web pages, you may find Lecture No. 5 of special interest as it will show you how the solar system and the Earth-Moon system was created. However, if you have the temerity to say, as do some scientists, that theories mean nothing unless they predict what has not been discovered, then go to Lecture No. 6 and see what is evolving on the cosmolological scene.
If you need to see technological consequences emerging from the Energy Science discussed here then, be assured, I will be moving more in that direction as I update the Energy Science Report section of these Web pages. These Lectures and those which will be added are for those having a general interest in science who want to see the orthodoxy being challenged.
The sun is but a star; he will meet with the fate of his sisters; suns, like worlds, are born to die. ... May we conclude, then, that in these successive endings the universe will one day become an immense dark tomb? No: otherwise it would have already have become so during a past eternity. There is in nature something else besides blind matter; an intellectual law of progress governs the whole creation; the forces which rule the universe cannot remain inactive. The stars will rise from their ashes. The collision of ancient wrecks causes new flames to burst forth, and the transformation of motion into heat creates nebulae and worlds. Universal death shall never reign.