We should return to the task in hand and leave aside the dubious benefits of Remote Viewing, we need to trust only what we know. We can only ‘know’ something we can acknowledge through observation, inquiry and or information. Although we know that Bessler died when he fell from the roof of the windmill he was building, we only know about it from a written report from the time, but we don’t know how a remote viewer described it so accurately through some theoretical paranormal action beyond the scope of normal scientific understanding
I published photos of the remains of the windmill in 2010 but the RV report was published in 2008 so the r-viewer did not have my photos to use as comparison so that is a positive for him. But the file about my search criteria included only the year 1712, but Bessler fell in 1745, so the r-viewer missed the date by 33 years, not so good. But in the end, how come there was so much information about a separate event at a different time, but relating to Bessler, including what the windmill looked like, yet nothing from the 1712 wheel.
I published the Remote Viewing report with some misgivings but this recent re-evaluation exercise has confirmed to my mind that it can safely be dismissed as it contains nothing of value in determining the solution to Bessler’s wheel.
There are a number of documents relating to Bessler’s wheel which contain witness reports, official examination reports, letters to and from and about Johann Bessler. These are accessible from the links in the side panel, both at the top and the bottom. The links also connect with my other web sites which also contain additional information.
These details should be enough for us to find the solution to Bessler’s wheel and lead to a device for generating free, clean electricity.