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Date: Wed, 06 Jan 1999 11:41:01 +1300
To: John Berry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Marinus Berghuis <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: The problem
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At 11:02 6/01/99 +1300, you wrote:
>If you haven't noticed email lists are not helping all that much to get
>results in free energy or antigravity and such.
Dear John, (makes me think of the song)
Indeed my distinct impression after reading a thousand letters or so and
especially my outbursts which somehow do not address the problem very much.
The trouble with the net is that it is scattered all over the place and you
cannot address say pyramid research without getting involved in a
I have reread some of the reponses on my ramblings and the only real thing
that came out of it is that I joined the Epsilon experimental group as from
today and have joined up with an Austrian to compare notes as to what ever
we may do.
I am still working on setting up my workshop and am dying to get stuck in
again but in the meantime, please include me on your list and see if I can
squeeze the $ 158 N.Z. and send it to you.
Please give me your address when you have received sufficient responses and
I will oblige.
I am no doctor of physics or anything like that but have a mind that
reduces everything to numbers and am able to use them in all sorts of
Am more than fascinated with Bruce Cathie's equations because they answer a
mirriad of questions regarding mother nature and its geomatric matrix.
A group as envisaged, would need to be selected from various disciplines
with the object of seeing the whole. Specialists are fine but hopeless in
looking around corners.
For what it is worth my thoughts
Kia Ora from here