posted on Feb, 5 2008 @ 09:02 PM
Coast to coast did an interesting show about Ed. You can find it on youtube. Check it out if you haven't already.
One of the things I found so interesting about Ed was that his little pamplets had experiments that anyone can do that will show the basics of how he
made the castle. It is my belief that Ed, through his experiments, discovered some things about magnetism, electricity, and frequencies that may have
been overlooked by researchers.
These kinds of oversites have happened before. For instance, science has always said you can't balance an unsecured magnet on top of another magnet,
one will always flip over. But do to the ignorance of that "fact" a man from Vermont made the Levitron in the 1970s. He simply changed the
configuration by spinning a magnetic top over a stationary ring magnet. In a way, ignorance proved science wrong. Now I'm not saying we should all
go out and be ignorant, but from time to time we should test what we are conditioned to accept.
Considering some of Ed's theories on the nature of things, I've done some of those experiments showing that current does move both ways, (we
weren't taught that in college). It makes me wonder what else Ed might have been right about... I'll try some more experiments and post back when
I get the chance.
On a side note, if I remember right, Ed didn't believe in the electron. He thought the atom was made of individual magnets. I found an article
written by a Dewey B. Larson, who was supposedly a master engineer. The article was an attempt to shoot down the idea of the nuclear atom. This was
taken off of www.reciprocalsystem.com...
titled "The case against the nuclear atom". If his premises are correct, then our understanding of
basic physics will need a major overhaul, and may lend credence to some of Ed's theories.