Did geniuses of the past foresee a more harmonious science for our future? Dale Pond believes that Tesla, J.W. Keely and Walter Russell were such geniuses. Editing and going through his immensely rich website SVPwiki this week, Dale discovered “finds” such as a quote from the late Walter Russell on the nature of water and its two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Russell said they are not liberated from water but are manufactured during the electrolysis process! Dale says, “I agree with Russell but have not yet fully wrapped my mind around his ideas.” See http://pondscienceinstitute.on-rev.com/svpwiki/tiki-index.php?page=15.25+-+Hydrogen+and+Oxygen+do+not+exist .
Walter Russell was born in 1871 and became a famous painter, sculptor, author and architect. He had a lengthy mind-blowing revelation at one point in his life and spent the rest of his life doing experiments to prove or disprove the radically different cosmology he was shown and express it in paintings and writings. New-energy researchers are still studying his unified theory in physics and gaining insights about emerging science. Russell said the universe is based on “rhythmic balanced interchange”. He elaborated on the theory, especially in his books The Secret of Light and The Message of the Divine Iliad, but it hasn’t been accepted by mainstream scientists. He and his wife Lao founded the University of Science and Philosophy. When Dr. Russell died in 1963, national television news commentator Walter Cronkite referred to him as “… the Leonardo da Vinci of our time.”