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Applied Scalar Wave Technology - Tom Bearden interview 5of8

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Published on Dec 1, 2007

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Tom Bearden: An Interview on H3O / HRx & The Brave New World of Applied Scalar Wave Technology

Part 5 - H3O and HRx are discoveries of historic proportions. They are unusual in that they involve the deployment of an applied science before its theoretical foundation has been thoroughly understood, or even widely accepted as reality. An engaging discussion of this ensues. Greater detail is given to the factors that turn outmoded scientific models into "religious dogma." The need to rediscover respect for the scientific method is discussed.

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The use of scalar wave technology to produce H3O and HRx solutions brings with it a set of observable phenomenon that cannot be validated using orthodox models of chemistry and physics. To better explain some of their properties, we sought out the input of world-renowned physicist, Dr. Tom Bearden, in the U.S. - well-known for his theoretical contributions in the field of scalar wave. What resulted was an expansive interview (taped 10/17/01) -- over an hour of which is observable below in four separate files. Most of this material will seem quite arcane to those without formal training in physics, but for even the untrained who grasp just 10% of the content, the obvious will become clear: now that applied applications of scalar wave technology, as profound as H3O and HRx now exist, its theoretical underpinnings will not be able to be ignored by orthodox science forever.

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