Actually some of the videos are extremely interesting. For the record, he has been investigated by several organisations including Los Alamos, and the
US Army's INSCOM unit, and none of them has claimed that he is dishonest. He has demonstrated effects that are impossible to duplicate by any known
process, e.g. transmutation. The problem appears to be that he has been unable to produce effects to order -- they occur randomly and sometimes not at
all. I suggested to the site devoted to his work that the problem may lie in the lack of shielding in his laboratory, but got no reply. (I'm sure that
point would not have been lost on many of the scientists who observed him.) A good intro to his work and its possible significance is Nick Cook's book
The Hunt for Zero Point, which is where I first found out about him.
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His videos (the ones that I have seen) are pretty sketchy tbh. Just short clips of the so called effect. No introduction, no explanation or analysis
and most of the time filmed in a very zoomed field of view. It's hard to tell what's really going on so we pretty much have to take his word for that
it's the real deal.
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