Excellent site – keelytech.com – for those who are interested
Posted by keelynet on November 20, 2010
Having read much of Clara Bloomfield Moore’s writings she strikes me as a silly woman with too much education and too much money, incapable of having an original thought of her own, the type that Helena Blavatsky cultivated and filled with her peculiar brand of metaphysical crap.
To get to know Keely as a man and technician meant I had to bypass much of her account and rely on things he said and on the evidence provided by a number of photographs of his devices, as well as contemporary newspaper articles.
Having a reasonable grounding in technical and scientific subjects as well as musical theory I judged the man as an honest researcher trying to come to grips with problems and phenomena well outside the scientific understanding of his time and having to work with comparatively primitive research instruments barely suitable for the task he had set himself.
That he achieved something at all is staggering. But did he? Keely built a bewildering array of massive machines with almost unbelievable precision. He demonstrated his devices in his laboratory and on exhibitions repeatedly.
No-one understood how they worked, and his explanations, couched in an obscure terminology, only helped to spread the confusion. History has labelled him a fraud, though he was never caught doing anything fraudulent.
I have endeavoured to look at his machines in the light of today’s understanding of science, paying scant attention to his theories and his metaphysical model. Working mainly with photographs and descriptions of his machines, his stated observations of unexplained phenomena and his account of technical difficulties met on the way, I have come up with some startling revelations that seem to indicate that Keely’s technology is real. I leave it for you to judge. – Full Article Source
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