In this paper, Eric Dollard covers the historical perspective and theoretical basis for electrical engineering. This is necessary since the modern-day idea of Electrical Engineering has degraded in to what he considers delusive denouncements enforced by a cabal of academic theoreticians. Eric covers the foundations, which originated from Faraday’s experiments and Maxwell’s mathematics.

This foundation laid out by Faraday and Maxwell and it was essential for the Aether to be involved. Later, the “Electron” and the Einstein-Minkowski Relativity replaced this model although the Aetheric model was functional, sensible and engineerable.

Learn what the real pioneers of the electrical sciences thought of this cover-up, which pushed out the Aether, worshipped “Maxwell’s Equations”, which are not Maxwell’s equations, and put the Electron on a pedestal even though it’s “discoverer” J.J. Thompson admitted it is useless.

This paper includes many of their quotes in the proper context as well as all the references so you can verify it yourself. A list of Eric’s work is included on the last page.

This information is an important part of his presentation coming up at the 2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference where he straightens out what Tesla’s Colorado Springs transformer is about as well as a scale model demonstration.

Come meet Eric Dollard in person at the 2019 ESTC – already 50% of the seats are sold out so register and get your tickets if you want to come to this historical gathering: http://energyscienceconference.com

If anyone wants to know the real physics of the aether, it is the work of J.J. Thomson that is a must. Here is a brief interview with Eric Dollard on J.J. Thomson and by now Eric has gone much deeper into this work beyond what most people have been able to understand.

In J.J. Thomson’s more technical work, he has uses a lot of math with the same variables representing many different things so it is very difficult to follow. Much of Eric’s work will be to reverse-engineer his equations and give them some logical continuity to make it easier to understand.

This interview just touches the surface of J.J. Thomson’s work but his work will be a major part of much of Eric’s more advanced work that is under development right now.