Thursday, April 17, 2008

The Missing Secrets Of Nikola Tesla


The Missing Secrets Of Nikola Tesla

Wireless free energy and radio technology, particle beam death ray weaponry distributed in puzzle parts to different governments, weather modification and many more interesting subjects in this great documentary which is presented by a Cylon! (Expect a Battlestar Galactica post coming up soon by the way).

5 comments:

William Thuther said...

Tesla's in the Air!

I mentioned Meg White's Tesla Coil two days ago, and a good friend who's been working on John Hutchison/Tesla filmed wrote yesterday. And now your post this.

Cool. . .I'm a BIG Tesla fan.

Also. I LOVE your tesseract graphic.

Thuth

William Thuther said...

This sent me to do a little culture jamming on the RichardDawkins.Net forum last night.

After posting a couple times I got to thinking about Dawkins and one of the conclusions that I came to was that he's a scientist, not a social scientist, but is trying to apply the scientific method to social sciences.
Hey Dedroidify,

I can't keep up with all these awesome posts!!!!

Here's a big thing that I think you'll like.

I have been following this Rupert Sheldrake incident because I'm down on Dawkins and think this is a direct result of their recent tet a tet.

Then I just saw your blog again.


I see from your blog that you are following the same patterns.

I have to watch that Anton Wilson video to see what he has to say about it.

Also, check my most recent post and you'll see the cicular city's I found!

Sweet. Thuth.

dedroidify said...

Hey Tuth, I'm not too fond of Dawkins myself, well, this docu I saw of him was realy poor http://dedroidify.blogspot.com/2008/04/richard-dawkins-dogmatic-materialism.html
I did like the god delusion though.

And I like some of his stances, in spiral dynamics he's like orange vs blue to me, though from what I read from you he seems to go beyond it, so I'll check that out. Thanks!

I loved those Isengard & alchemical pics!

William Thuther said...

You know. We all have people whose theories and ideas we like and dislike. And there's parts of some we should take, and parts we should leave.

After looking at all your Anton Wilson stuff, I have to say, take what truth you can from the world. Just because Dawkin's materialism doesn't gel with me, doesn't mean he's not right about many a thing.

One of the joys of being human is picking and choosing the bits and pieces of theories we like to construct this pastiche that is our identity.

I haven't read the God Delusion, but I bet there's ALOT of truth in it.

I get scared by all kinds of fundamentalism (especially my own)

Thanks for all the great stuff!

Thuth

(ps. I just ordered my copy of Prometheus Rising! Yay!)

dedroidify said...

I haven't read it either, I meant the docus. I don't know about truth, it does have a good stance against religion and new age fluff. But it doesn't against its own fundamentalism. He's part of the New Inquisition for me. But still interesting and a necessary phase I guess :)

I couldn't resist:
"I haven't read the God Delusion either, but I bet there's ALOT of THUTH in it." :p

Yay for Prometheus Rising!