Schantz Newcastle lecture. http://async.org.uk/Hans-Schantz.html   At 34 minutes, he suddenly makes sense.

 

https://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/alexyakovlev/category/electromagnetism/

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The Hans Schantz technical book; https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=vLHQCgAAQBAJ&pg=PR20&lpg=PR20&dq=hans+schantz+%2B+ivor+catt+%2B+forrest&source=bl&ots=FMJRKLmb0n&sig=QqU_G3tgbSKTw2ft8l6He-hFxS4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwirpbW119rXAhVkBMAKHZ97BIkQ6AEIKjAA#v=onepage&q=hans%20schantz%20%2B%20ivor%20catt%20%2B%20forrest&f=false  “I also benefitted from exchanges with Forrest Bishop and Ivor Catt”

The Hidden Truth: A Science Fiction Techno-Thriller Kindle Edition

by Hans G. Schantz  (Author)

.0 out of 5 starsUnforgettable

 reading experience

 

By Amazon Customeron 12 October 2016

Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

Excellent reading, I am fascinated with it. The book is written by an engineer, scientist and entrepreneur, a very intelligent person. The plot takes place in a normal American society on Earth, no aliens, monsters or non-existent technology involved. It is a nice mix of masterful story telling with psychology, philosophy, computer engineering, history, physics of electromagnetism and action. The reader is supposed to know the difference between Rogerian and Aristotelian argumentation, or be prepared to look these up. Brushing up the works of Heaviside, looking through the scientific publications of the author, familiarisation with the Wakefield experiment [http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x343.pdf] and Three Questions  [The Catt Anomaly] of Ivor Catt might add to the reader's experience of the scientifically minded, while a simple hacker would bite his or her lip when a colour laser printer is mentioned.

 

https://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/alexyakovlev/2013/10/15/newcastle-electromagnetism-seminar-with-ivor-catt-and-david-walton/

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hidden-Truth-Science-Fiction-Techno-Thriller-ebook/dp/B01FVGG8WQ

https://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Truth-Science-Fiction-Techno-Thriller/dp/1532712936

The Hidden Truth: A Science Fiction Techno-Thriller Kindle Edition

by Hans G. Schantz  (Author)

.0 out of 5 starsUnforgettable reading experience

By Amazon Customeron 12 October 2016

Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

Excellent reading, I am fascinated with it. The book is written by an engineer, scientist and entrepreneur, a very intelligent person. The plot takes place in a normal American society on Earth, no aliens, monsters or non-existent technology involved. It is a nice mix of masterful story telling with psychology, philosophy, computer engineering, history, physics of electromagnetism and action. The reader is supposed to know the difference between Rogerian and Aristotelian argumentation, or be prepared to look these up. Brushing up the works of Heaviside, looking through the scientific publications of the author, familiarisation with the Wakefield experiment and Three Questions of Ivor Catt might add to the reader's experience of the scientifically minded, while a simple hacker would bite his or her lip when a colour laser printer is mentioned.

 https://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/alexyakovlev/2014/12/15/two-more-exciting-lectures-on-electromagnetism/

http://async.org.uk/IvorCatt+DavidWalton.html

http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x54c.pdf

http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x6611.htm  

In his 2011 novel "L'anomalia" , Massimo, who my translator Monica.pasin@outlook.com  says represents its author Professor Massimiliano Pieraccini, says;

M «Are you kidding?» “Nobody with an ounce of common sense would risk their career and scientific reputation to study the Catt anomaly” Massimo thought,  “and even if they were spending time on this, they wouldn’t be telling people about it”.

“As a "follower of Catt", I recently received my first near-death-threat, in the form of a wish. I expect M. Pieraccini will be pleased to hear this.
"Just the idea of twisting a scientific fact for narrative purposes makes me shudder. After all, my reputation would be at stake. And academia does not take these matters lightly. I am absolutely not going to end up like Catt... or like Kaposka! "- Massimiliano Pieraccini blog, May 24, 2011 [19] (translated from Italian.) [In Pieraccini’s novel, Kaposka is murdered.]”  - Forrest Bishop    7 Nov. 2017