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Retired Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Army Tom Bearden is a theorist of a collection interacting processes in energy technology, mind-matter interaction, electromagentic-biological effects, and unified field theory concepts.

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About

Official Website

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Videos

  • Energy from the Vacuum - Disc I, two hour DVD now available, featuring Tom Bearden, John Bedini, Walter Rosenthal and Peter Lindemann. First release in a multi-part series.

Articles

Books

  • Free Energy Generation - Book by Tom Bearden, with John Bedini, is said to be a must-have for researchers attempting to harness the Tesla type radiant energy forces of nature. Skeptics demur.

Correspondence

Watergas - how water can be burnt (April 22, 2008)
More on self-powering asymmetric magnetic motors - DoE suppression? (April 22, 2008)
Royal Rife, healing, watergas, and precursor engineering (April 16, 2008)
Do longitudinal waves exceed the speed of light? (April 15, 2008)
Use of sharp pulsing to cure cancer and disassociate sea water into water gas (April 14, 2008)
Simple Production of A Self-Powering Permanent Magnet Motor (March 18, 2008)

Skeptics

Craddock Oil Industry Connection

Tom Bearden's website is registered to Craddock Engineering in Santa Barbara, CA. The phone number listed is the same as found on the Craddock website, www.craddock.biz. Click on "WHOIS" at NetworkSolutions.com. Enter "cheniere.org." Note what comes up. Craddock Engineering is an oil industry giant. Tony Craddock is from that family, and he is Tom's webmaster.

Image:Croddock Cheniere NetworkSolutions screen shot bf16.gif

Rebuttal 
Tony has been Tom's webmaster for years. That someone from the oil industry is interested in renewable solutions can be a reason for hope.

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