Well, even though William isn’t the most effectivce, or most polished, speaker I’ve heard, and while it was a real shame that I couldn’t make out most of what the interviewer was contributing, this was nevertheless a very interesting little piece and a real taster for more.
It seems Brown and those from the academy/foundation behind him are working developing alternative energy sources. I got the impression it was either fusion or free-energy, but I didn’t really catch which. This is a track worth following, at least in the background. I’ll have to look more closely at what they’re up to.
I was reminded of an anecdote I read in one of my books on Tesla (I’m not sure which) which told of a demonstratation in 1935, I believe, where Henry Ford had a modified Model-T ready and Tesla came and mounted, literally, a black box on it, and off they zoomed, driving wherever they wanted sometimes at speeds of 50 mph. When the demonstration was over, Tesla unmounted to box and took it with him. It was never seen again. That was obviously a free-energy device, which is why I was wondering whether there might be some overlap somewhere. Of course, Tesla wanted free-energy to be free, and we saw what happened to him. His other anecdote about us moderns and control of mobility fits in well here, too. The liberation which he keeps intimating apparently has a number of dimensions to it as well.
The paradox or conundrum of singularity-multiplicity, or the 1-to-many problematic also caught my ear. I think the clip shows just how much work still needs to be done getting people coming from the science/physics side talking to and with people who are coming at this from the mind/spirit side. The segment on the void/vacuum/space (and I think Brown said more about space in 10 minutes than our friend Peter said in volume 1 of his trilogy) really brought this out.
Your question, John about how we get our minds to work on this is a good one. We need to get more informed, of course, but we also need to kick these ideas around whenever and wherever we have the chance to do so. It’s one thing to read something; it is quite a different thing to try and make clear to someone else what it is you actually think you read. Our conversations, at least as I experience and understand them, help me to figure out what it is I’m thinking about.
As for Arthur Young … I think this would be right up his alley.