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Suppressed Inventions (Inglés) Tapa blanda – ene 2001

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A scientist with a revolutionary cure for AIDS is incarcerated without explanation. Valuable artifacts are mysteriously misplaced by a prominent archaeological institution. Three celebrated astronauts perish in a suspicious fire after voicing their criticism of the US space program. Yet our world's most powerful agencies hastily dispel these alarming reports as conspiracy theories, and bury them in padlocked archives. The fact is that a suppression syndrome exists in our society. Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries exposes the startling degree of truth behind the rumors.
Jonathan Eisen has collected over forty intriguing stories of scientific cover-ups and programs of misinformation concocted to conceal some of the most phenomenal innovations in mankind's history. These no-holds-barred accounts force us to confront the naivete--and danger--of trusting our academic and political leaders to act always for the common good. Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries presents documented evidence that corporate self-interest, scientific arrogance, and political savvy have contrived to keep us in the dark about technological breakthroughs or interplanetary contact that may shift the current balance of power.
Prepare yourself for a revealing look at the research and development to which we've been denied access. Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries begins by examining the ties that bind the medical establishment to powerful pharmaceutical corporations. Then it details the struggle of the independent research against Orthodox Science and its code of conduct, the Scientific Method. Next, the book investigates the cover-up of information concerning UFOs and extraterrestrial life that's certain to make you reconsider what you thought was science fiction. The final section discusses just a few of the numerous alternate energy resources and fuel savers that, if put on the market today, would soon run the fossil fuel monopolies out of business.

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A scientist with a revolutionary cure for AIDS is incarcerated without explanation. Valuable artifacts are mysteriously misplaced by a prominent archaeological institution. Three celebrated astronauts perish in a suspicious fire after voicing their criticism of the US space program. Yet our world's most powerful agencies hastily dispel these alarming reports as conspiracy theories, and bury them in padlocked archives. The fact is that a suppression syndrome exists in our society. Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries exposes the startling degree of truth behind the rumors.

Jonathan Eisen has collected over forty intriguing stories of scientific cover-ups and programs of misinformation concocted to conceal some of the most phenomenal innovations in mankind's history. These no-holds-barred accounts force us to confront the naivete -- and danger -- of trusting our academic and political leaders to act always for the common good. Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries presents documented evidence that corporate self-interest, scientific arrogance, and political savvy have contrived to keep us in the dark about technological breakthroughs or interplanetary contact that may shift the current balance of power.

Prepare yourself for a revealing look at the research and development to which we've been denied access. Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries begins by examining the ties that bind the medical establishment to powerful pharmaceutical corporations. Then it details the struggle of the independent researcher against Orthodox Science and its code of conduct, the Scientific Method. Next, the book investigates the cover-up of information concerning UFOs andextraterrestrial life that's certain to make you reconsider what you thought was science fiction. The final section discusses just a few of the numerous alternate energy resources and fuel savers that, if put on the market today, would soon run the fossil fuel monopolies out of business.

It's clear that we're sorely lacking some vital information. Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries is a bold -- and necessary -- effort to help us educate ourselves. Our future depends on it.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great, great read - I highly recommend this book 23 de diciembre de 2011
Por Mike P - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Tapa blanda Compra verificada
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The content is grouped into categorizes; such as energy, medicine, and science which makes focusing on a topic simpler. This information opened my eyes expanding my understanding of how things really work... or at least potentially work. For example, is the FDA's main focus to help the American consumer or are they really just a strong arm for the pharmaceutical companies?

The book is great for exposing topics and people. Much of the deep research is lacking, however, I found this book to be a great pointer. For example, I learned of Dr. Max Gerson and his natural cancer protocol. Since then, I have done my own research on Dr. Gerson, benefiting tremendously from my research. A second example would be Archie Blue, and his work on hydrogen fuel. A third example is Nikola Tesla's work on electricity.

Since reading "Suppressed Inventions" I have obtained all of Telsa's patents - they are freely available to all. I've also put a hydro cell in my car - which is still theory at this point, but it's fun to work around with and spend time with my teenage son trying.

The point is, this book is great for introducing us to ideas which have been suppressed. We are supplied with enough information to understand an Executive Overview on diverse topics, and supplied the informational pointers to do our own research; digging out what is truly of interest to us. Of course, the additional research is only required if you are attempting to implement some of these ideas - which I am doing.

My favorite concept learned from ready this book is that if an individual comes up with a free solution which threatens a multi-billion industry - he or she will have problems. I'd say that's not too much of a stretch <smile>.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Philosophical Significance of Suppressions 7 de octubre de 2013
Por Arthur D. Schwartz - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries is a collection of articles and abstracts that is a valuable resource of substantial and credible evidence that is supportive of the belief that significant inventions and scientific discoveries have been suppressed. Jonathan Eisen has brought together over forty articles and abstracts that, in many cases, tell compelling stories clearly worth serious investigation by mainstream science.

There are various reasons or motives for the suppression of revolutionary or paradigm shifting discoveries, but they all come down to a combination of 1) egoistic attachment to the status quo and conventional paradigms, 2) financial interests in maintaining current markets (do you think the oil industry might have an incentive to impede the development of alternative energy technologies?), 3) the revolving door between government regulatory employees and industry, 4) the entrenchment of academia, 5) the monopoly concentration of media ownership and 6) the military. Together, there is a natural motivation that is supportive of this intersecting complex of interests.

Eisen's book is well-worth reading, and in this review I will only mention of few of the articles that serve as an excellent introduction for further research.

In "Does Medicine Have a Bad Attitude" by James P. Carter the author reports on a March 1990 article in the Journal of the American Medical Association by Dr. David Horrobin entitled "The Philosophical Basis of Peer Review and The Suppression of Innovation" that argues that medical innovation is not infrequently met with unscientific prejudice in order to create contrived barriers and resistance. This is a relatively tame example of far more troubling stories told in Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries, but it does establish the mentality of suppression.

One of the notorious examples of medical suppression is told in the story of Royal Raymond Rife. Eisen's book contains an abstract of The Cancer Cure That Worked!: Fifty Years of Suppression by Barry Lynes. Lynes' recounts the story of Rife's development of a powerful microscope that was vastly more powerful than any other optical microscope of its day or since, and unlike modern day electron microscopes, it is claimed that microbes could be observed in their live states. Ultimately, Rife's microscope was capable of determining through a light staining process the unique light frequencies of microorganisms. The high magnification and the staining of the microorganisms for frequency made it possible to attempt to destroy pathogens with finely tuned radio frequencies that, through destructive resonance, might destroy them. A significant number of physicians claimed success in using the microscopes and the frequency device therapies. However, Rife and his associates had now to endure years of harassment by the AMA and government regulators.

The questions that needs to be asked is straightforward and simple: Why have there not been objective, scientific research to determine if either Rife's microscopes or frequency devices worked as claimed and clinical trials organized to test efficacy? The story of suppression has this ongoing theme that has been repeated endlessly. If it can't be true, then don't test it. And since there has been no officially monitored scientific testing, these inventions are the mere claims of charlatans.

In "Gunfire in the Laboratory: T. Henry Moray and the Free Energy Machine" by Jeanne Manning a similar story of suppression is told. Moray had developed a machine in the 1920s and 1930s that appears to have generated up to 50,000 watts of electricity with no observable or ascertainable power source. The device seemed to be pulling energy out of the air! Once again, however, the process of harassment developed including death threats and the actual wounding of Moray. Some of Moray's patents mysterious vanished from the files of the U.S. patent office. However, the fact is that Moray's invention was demonstrated to many credible observers, perhaps most notably the renowned physicist Harvey Fletcher, who signed an affidavit about two years before his death stating that "I did not know how the device functioned and do not know today, but I do know that it did function for the several hours of the time that I observed it. I could discern no batteries, and could observe no other known methods of inducing electric power into the box or its loads." (quote is from the direct source, not Eisen's book).

Suppressed Inventions contains of plethora of claims that, frankly, are an embarrassment to science, not because the claims are necessarily valid, but because mainstream institutions of science sometimes behave as though the closed-mind is the scientific mind.

Another article by Jeanne Manning, "Antigravity on the Rocks: the T. T. Brown Story" tells of the apparent anti-gravity inventions of T. Townsend Brown. Townsend built Saucer-shaped discs---with no moving parts---that could travel through the air at hundreds of miles per hour. Once, again, a seeming breakthrough of momentous proportions was thwarted only this time it was the U.S. military that broke into his apartment, and academia provided the cold shoulder that effectively blocked further research.

Many other claimed inventions are discussed in the book, including a long list of alternative automotive designs that are claimed to dramatically reduce or eliminate the use of gasoline or petroleum.

Cavalier dismissals of alternative science and technology, much like the disregarding of serious claims of conspiracy, is nothing less than a dismissal of the importance of truth. If we are to merely accept what the financial, political, academic and military power complex wants us to believe then we will truly become a society of robots and stooges. Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries is an important book because it provides an introduction to subject matter that must be addressed if we, as a people, treat democracy, freedom and truth as matters to be taken seriously. Or we can just be "happy," follow the herd, be a member of the herd and ask no questions.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice break from the everyday 10 de septiembre de 2014
Por M. Ercolino - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book is not what I thought it would be. It is more of a series of anecdotes about specific areas than real hard, fact founded examples of the topics. Still, the writing is engaging, and fun to read. Some of the stories seem a little paranoid, but that is part of the enjoyment of this book. You will definitely find yourself chuckling as you read, and even sometimes cringing.

Pick it up if you would like to get an idea or two for a starting point to do some real research on the subjects.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Suppressed Inventions 30 de agosto de 2008
Por Dumbledore - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is not the first book on the topic that I have read. I have always found it to be helpful to obtain information from a variaey of sources and authors, to avoid bias. The advantage,(and disadvantage,)of this book is that it gives you a brief synopsis of a variety of topics. It has a good bibliography in the back if you want to read more on the subject that interested you. In comparing the opinions of this author with other sources, I have found the information to be accurate, albeit limited in scope. I have given this book as a gift to several of my friends who are interested in exploring the topic. It serves as an excellent introductory volume. The book avoids getting into highly technical data, so it is an easy read for anyone, and with the relatively short chapters, each on an individual topic, you don't have to read it all in one sitting.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Recent Popular Science Write Up Corrolates Some Of This Book 11 de noviembre de 2013
Por barbiegirl - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Well what do you know. This month's Popular science(Dec 2013) has a write up on a device that can detect cancer cells using radio frequencies. This just goes to show that Eisen's research on Rife's cancer cure was right on the money.