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Old 08-01-2014, 05:49 PM
QFoam QFoam is offline
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An Introduction

Firstly - The boring background part!

I have been an electronics engineer for 27 years. I have no formally recognized qualifications, which has thankfully left me open minded to new phenomena and ideas, and has not left me stifled by academic colleagues. I have worked in various fields, at consultancy levels, predominantly in digital satellite communications. I started building electronic circuits at age 7, having no parental influence, guidance, expertise or tuition, but I was inspired my uncle who electrocuted me at age 5 (with my permission) with a small battery and a mains transformer for Christmas family entertainment! He also bought me a crystal set, which he helped me build (and required no expensive batteries) so he wasn’t really that bad?

If you are still reading my first post now, I am pleasantly surprised!

I genuinely believe that we are on the cusp of new discoveries which can only be achieved by sharing information, to eliminate current paradigmatic views, ‘governmental’ control and a fossil fuel led economy. Science is desperate need of an update?

I am familiar with the work of pioneers such as Tesla, Moray, Gray, Bearden, Bedini and Kapanadze, to name only very few via this post. I also attempt to keep a healthy level of scepticism but retain an open mind, as not everything on the internet is true!...

I am sincerely looking forward to correspondence from likeminded people via this forum. I have recently watched some fascinating lectures by Dr. Peter Lindemann and Paul Babcock, and I am especially intrigued by Dr. Stiffler’s work and lidmotor’s replications and experiments presently.

My main interests are solid state, as I do not have any expertise in machining, although I have mechanical design skills, the production of one off mechanical parts is beyond my budget!

Thank you for reading my first post in its entirety.
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