Dear Henry Bauer, 

I need to communicate with you off the record. Each phone call should be limited to twenty minutes, or else it would go on for two hours, with less registering than in a short 20 minutes. There is a lot to discuss.

I repeat that I am concerned that I stumbled on you on my website.

I have only this morning stumbled on your "whistling in the wind".

I agree that we are "whistling in the wind". That is why I write for the record, not to communicate. I write for the 2045 inquest into the death of science. Of course, there may be no inquest, but we should not assume this. As scientists, we have a duty to record the attempts to revive, or retrieve, science in 2020. Otherwise, the 2045 restart will soon be recaptured by the parasites.

One insight that only now comes to me, after 60 years, is that the MICE do not have the power, and know it. It is easy to prove that a man is pursuing career, not pursuing the truth. Scientists have failed to go after these imposters. They do control all viable means of communication (excluding the internet, which is very limited because of the Holt dictum ). They give each other medals and professorships. But they do not feel secure. I am talking to those on this circulation. There is no need for secrecy, when I tell them what their role is. If I were in their position, I would be terrified. They have no group solidarity.

The pandemic of silencing over Covid shows everyone how bad the situation is. Your maps onto the Covid shambles. . We can date the end of science as around 1965. Today, they teach young students that "science" is the pursuit of career, not of truth. ; 

Ivor Catt  1.6.2021   



Abstract-Minority views on technical issues are largely absent from the

public arena. Increasingly corporate organization of science has led to

knowledge monopolies, which, with the unwitting help of uncritical mass

media, effect a kind of censorship. Since corporate scientific organizations also

control the funding of research, by denying funds for unorthodox work they

function as research cartels as well as knowledge monopolies. A related aspect

of contemporary science is commercialization.

Science is now altogether different from the traditional disinterested search,

by self-motivated individuals, to understand the world. What national and

international organizations publicly proclaim as scientific information is not

safeguarded by the traditional process of peer review. Society needs new

arrangements to ensure that public information about matters of science will be