Secrets of the Unified Field: The Philadelphia Experiment, The Nazi Bell, and the Discarded Theory

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Alternative history and science researcher Joseph P. Farrell asks this question and comes to some stunning conclusions in this long-awaited sequel to The SS Brotherhood of the Bell. Rejecting the nonsense that has become associated with both projects, and documenting his case solely from scientific sources, newly discovered declassified War Department documents, and eyewitness testimonies, Farrell maintains that both projects originated through careful consideration of Einstein's celebrated (though now discarded)...

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Overview

Alternative history and science researcher Joseph P. Farrell asks this question and comes to some stunning conclusions in this long-awaited sequel to The SS Brotherhood of the Bell. Rejecting the nonsense that has become associated with both projects, and documenting his case solely from scientific sources, newly discovered declassified War Department documents, and eyewitness testimonies, Farrell maintains that both projects originated through careful consideration of Einstein's celebrated (though now discarded) Unified Field Theory. American and German wartime scientists and engineers determined that, while the theory was incomplete, it could nevertheless be engineered.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931882842
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 2/15/2008
  • Pages: 346
  • Sales rank: 583,134
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Table of Contents

The Discarded Theory
Preface     v
Tensors, Torison, and Wringing an Aluminum Can     1
A Brief History of the Unified Field Theory Craze of the 1920s and 1930s     1
The Torsion Tensor     8
The Meanings of "Torsion"     9
Wringing an Aluminum Can     12
The Mistake in Unified Field Theories and Their Discarding by Contemporary Physics     14
But Some Engineers Took Notice Anyway     16
A Little-Known Hungarian Genius and the Forgotten Verification: Gabriel Kron and Einstein's Unified Field Theory     18
Introduction     19
A Brief Biography of Gabriel Kron     23
The Theme of Kron's Work: The Tensor Analysis of Electrical Machines     23
Tensors before Kron and the Reception of Kron's Work     23
Kron on Tensors and Their Electrical Engineering Applications: His Basic Method     29
The Transformation Tensor and Electrical Machines     31
Rotating Machines, Systems, and Torsion     33
Summary and Conclusions     35
Three Routes to the Doomsday Weapon: Quantum Potential, Torsion, and Vortices: One Theory, Many Technical Applications     39
A Consideration of the Practical Research Plans to be Pursued in the Philadelphia Experiment and the Bell's Projekt Kronos     39
Phase One     40
Phase Two     41
The Significance of the Basic Method Previously Outlined     42
The American Ship and the Accidental Discovery
First Disclosure: The "Varo" Edition of Morris Jessup's The Case for the UFOs     45
A Brief History of the Varo Annotated Edition     46
The Contents of the Varo Annotated Edition     57
Gray Barker     57
His Preface     57
A Necessary Tangent: Barker's Own Strange Story     61
The Actual ONR Introduction to the Varo Edition     65
Jessup's Ideas in The Case for the UFO and Some Varo Annotations     65
The Antiquity of Man     67
Megaliths and Levitation     69
Jessup and a Varo Annotation Concept: Interplanetary War and the Exploded Planet Hypothesis     69
Jessup on the Paleoancient Very High Civilization     75
Jessup's "Invisible Solidities" and the Varo Comment     76
The Artificiality of Mars' Satellite     79
Soviet "Scalar" Research     80
Close Proximate Origin of UFOs     80
The Philadelphia Experiment Itself, and Its Withdrawa     82
Conclusions     83
Second Disclosure: Charles Berlitz and The Bermuda Triangle     86
The Interview with Jessup's Friend, Dr. Manson Valentine     86
Jessup on "Controlled Magnetism" and Optical Invisibility     86
Valentine as the Source for Berlitz's Knowledge of Jessup's Ideas on Controlled Magnetism     87
Valentine on Jessup's "Invisible Solidites"     88
Valentine's Account of Jessup's Version of the Philadelphia Experiment     91
The Clues and Their Implications     99
Third Disclosure: Charles Berlitz, William Moore, and The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility     102
General Observations     104
An Additional Detail Concerning Jessup's Suicide     106
The Strange Meeting in Colorado Springs     106
Einstein     110
His Wartime Employment by the US Navy     110
Einstein's Unified Field Theory of 1928     111
The History of the U.S.S. Eldridge     115
The Moore-"Rinehart" Interview     124
The Thomas Townsend Brown Connection     132
Allende's Shenanigans     141
What Started it All: The Letters of Carlos Miguel Allende to Dr. Morris K. Jessup     144
The Second Allende Letter     144
A Brief Analysis of the Letter     150
The Third Allende Letter     158
A Brief Analysis of the Third Allende Letter     162
Final Thoughts     163
The Corum Proof of Concept Experiment: The Importance of Unanticipated Non-Linear Effects     165
The Conceptual History of the Philadelphia Experiment According to the Corums and Daum     166
Tesla's Meeting with FDR     169
Arnold Sommerfeld and Electromagnetic Radar Stealth     171
Magnetic Permeabilities of Two Media     171
Electromagnetic Phase Conjugations, Phase Conjugate Mirrors, and Templates     172
Back to Sommerfeld: Permeability and Dielectric Constant     174
The Corum-Daum Experiment and its Results     176
Initial Surface Impedance Measurements and its Results     176
A Second Experiment     176
The Corum-Daum Analysis of the Moore-"Rinehart" Interview     178
The Corum-Daum Analysis of the Torsion Tensor: A Speculative Basis for Allende's Invisibility and Teleportation Claims, and The Importance of Unanticipated Non-Linear Effects     184
The History of the U.S.S. Eldridge, DE 173, and Carlos Allende, Reconsidered: Or, The Strange Case of the Researchers Who Were Never Heard From Again     191
The Missing Logbooks and the Broad Outlines of Their Reconstruction of the "At Sea" Test     193
The Puzzle of the Furuseth's Missing Logbooks     195
The Convoy GUS-15's "After Action" Report and the Furuseth's Secret Logs     198
More on the Convoy's "After Action" Reports     201
And the "Green Very Star"     203
"Romping Ahead"     204
And Erasing Log Entries     206
Romping Ahead, Unescorted?     207
Pulling it All Together     209
Conclusions, Cover-Ups, Cabals, and Connections     223
The Nazi Bell and the Intentional Weapon
The Allies Miss the Clue     227
The Kammlerstab and Its Survival: Missing the Clues of the Shape of the Post-War Nazi International     230
The Scattered Clues to the Science     238
The Motorstoppmittel, or "Method to Stop Motors"     239
The Gut Alt Golssen Facility     242
The Harz Mountain "Time Machine" Rumor     248
A Necessary and Intriguing Tangent     253
The "Swastika Tensor," Or, "How Einstein's Torsion Tensor May Have Found a Home in the Waffen SS"     262
The Swastika as a Simplified Schematic of Rotating Stresses in the Medium or Fabric of Space-Time     262
A Simplified "Tensor" Analysis of the Swastika (With Apologies to Mathematicians and Physicists)     264
A Hypothesized Scenario: Dr. Gerlach Does a Hard Sell of Torsion to the SS     266
The Implications of the Torsion Tensor: The "Primitive Machine" of the Bell: The Two Counter-Rotating Cylinders in the Bell, and Their Probable Configuration     268
A Basic Review of the Dimensions and Operating Parameters of the Bell     268
The Unified Field Theory, the Torsion Tensor, and Igor Witkowski's Idea of the Plasma Focus     270
Rationalizations for the Presence of Radioactive Elements in Compound Solution with Mercury in "Xerum 525", and for the Use of Ultra-High Speed Mechanical Rotation in the Bell     278
Rationalization for the Use of High Voltage DC Discharge     281
And a Peculiar Connection to the Philadelphia Experiment: A Varo Annotated Edition Commentary     281
A Speculative Solution to the Involvement in the Bell Project of the Mysterious Dr. Elizabeth Adler of the University of Konigsberg, and Its Relationship to Another Possible Theoretical and Conceptual Foundation for the Bell     282
Gerlach Busies Himself with Bismuth and Ferromagnetism     286
The Disturbing Parallels: The Bell, the Ship, and the Suppression     289
Conceptual and Parameter Similarities     289
Similarities of Biological Effects     290
The Most Disturbing Similarity: Their Disappearance     291
Two Curious Things     292
The ONT Photo with Von Braun     292
The Czech Incident     296
Bibliography

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