The History and Nature of Science

Posted on: September 15th, 2015 by Peter Lindemann

The field of Science developed out of the reaction of “thinking men” who wanted to observe Nature and determine how it behaved without being influenced by either Religious Authorities (the Church) or by the Monarchy (the political State). The very first organization to establish an independent existence for this purpose was the Royal Society of London, established after the end of the English Civil War, in 1660. Their motto was simple: “Nullius in Verba” which in Latin means “take nobody’s word for it.” In those days, this motto represented the idea that a “thinking man” should be able to explore a new procedure and find out how nature behaved under those circumstances. Today, we call that “running an experiment.” Over time, the method of simultaneously observing the new procedure next to a similar but well known procedure became the norm. The results of these tests and their differences were then reported to other members of The Society, who also thought about them and passed judgment on their validity with regard to both the procedures and their outcome.

What grew out of this is the entire “scientific method,” where “recognized experiments” are done and compared to a “control” procedure, then reported on in a public journal and passed as “acceptable” or not by “peer review.” In the last 350 years, a huge body of knowledge has been built up by this process and is now generally recognized as the “field of science” itself. Unfortunately, this has lead to the “field of science” becoming a predominant “world view” in its own right, with its own social power base, that is now stifling “independent inquiry” in the same way the Church and Monarchy were before 1660.

The Free Energy field is a good example of how the predominant scientific “world view” has been co-opted by larger Economic Forces in society and used to stifle inquiry into methods of energy use that the large corporations could not make money with. The idea that the Scientific Community “doesn’t believe” that “free energy” exists is nothing more than a thinly veiled admission that “science” has been reduced to just another belief system that selectively chooses its supporting evidence.

Science, as a method of inquiry, is extremely important to a free society. However, science, as a “world view,” has become very dangerous to our free society. For a little more on this topic, please view and consider these thoughts by Rupert Sheldrake:


2015 Conference Release by Stephen P. McGreevy

naturalvlf-174xToday’s release is Stephen P. McGreevy’s 2015 Energy Science and Technology Conference Lecture titled On the Art of Natural VLF Field Recording. This presentation covers the fascinating topic of audio-frequency signals which emanate naturally from the Earth. The most-spectacular phenomena are heard between 400 Hz and 5,000 Hz. The scientific community has not seriously investigated these signals, and nobody really knows why they occur or what they indicate about what else may be happening in the natural world.

Recently, interest in naturally-occurring ELF/VLF (Extremely Low Frequency / Very Low Frequency) radio phenomena, such as “whistlers” and “chorus,” has grown rapidly among hobbyists, musicians, nature lovers, amateur tinkerers and professional scientists alike.

Stephen’s talk is informative, engaging, and filled with recorded examples of these “earth sounds” and the methods he uses to record them. This lecture acts as an excellent introduction to this interesting field of interacting with the “songs of nature.”

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 Coming Presentation Releases

The next product release coming up will be on Wednesday, September 9th. That is when William Lyne’s Conference Lecture On the Parallel Propulsion Researches of Tesla and J.J. Thomson will be released. This lecture builds on William’s presentation from last year’s Conference on Tesla’s Ideal Flying Machine.


In the Next Couple of Days

I’ll be sending out a few more newsletter reminders as the last of these presentations are released, along with a quick link that takes you directly to the page that describes the product in more detail. For your convenience, here are the links to the presentations released so far:

Magnetic Energy Secrets, Part 3 by Paul Babcock:

The Dynaflux Concept and Lenz’s Law by Jim Murray:

The Power of the Aether by Eric Dollard:

Versor Algebra, Part 2 by Eric Dollard:

Plasma Ignition for Modern Cars by Aaron Murakami:

The Lord’s Pump Project by Al Throckmorton:

Simple Over-unity Transformer by Graham Gunderson:

ECE Unified Theory of Physics by Dr. Douglas Lindstrom:

Natural VLF Field Recording by Stephen P. McGreevy:


Thank you, again, for purchasing these products through these links, and supporting the work of getting the information on this website out to a larger audience. Your help is greatly appreciated!

Warm regards,
Peter Lindemann, D.Sc.