Saturday, 14 October 2017
Hmm - No References to my Books about Johann Bessler on Wiki.
Curiously, despite the fact that I have added information on the subject of Johann Bessler on Wikipedia and other 'official' search engines, I can find no mention of the five books I published, which give more information in one place than anywhere else as far as I know. There are no links to any of my web sites though I have added them in the past.
All the references and links point to either historical accounts or negative articles about Bessler. I have added new information three or four times over the last few years but somehow all those references and the information I provided have been removed.
It isn't because I need to see my name up there but rather, anything that catches the attention of someone with the instinct, imagination and luck to make the leap from merely repeating what every one else has done to finding that unique concept which Bessler found, is exactly what we need. Any method that attracts the attention of the right person is valid. Without such information on Wikipedia how can people who might be interested find out more about it? I realise that google offers the ways and means of getting more information but Wikipedia lends authenticity to such searches.
If I was paranoid I might think there was a conspiracy to silence any attempts to promote Bessler's work, but I'm not. I suppose that because the Bessler wheel type of perpetual motion is declared impossible by historical precedent, Wikipedia censors anything which might seem to validate his claims. I guess we could test that out by seeing if any other kind of alternative science which has not been accepted as legitimate by its peers is referenced with links and articles supporting its claims.
It seems to me that the majority of people interested in this subject are of an age similar to my own. Could it be that the younger generations have been brainwashed into believing that an interest in this subject is so laughable that they cannot even take a moment to consider it?
Computers and all their related offshoots require a different discipline quite alien to the way we thought out solutions to physical problems in our youth. Just as I find it hard to get to grips with computers, so they, the younger generation are taught to find the answers with computers. I think that we older ones are used to visualising mechanical processes, whereas the new generation can't because they don't need to.
But who removed the references I added to wiki? Presumably someone with the education to 'know' that my information isn't backed up by the educational institutions and is therefore proscribed.
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