Date: Tuesday, December 27, 2011, 8:15 AM
It looks like Jerry Decker, , the invention guru who runs the Keelynet mad scientist website dedicated to new inventions and new technology, has really gone over the edge. Previously he had only been urging his readers to build cloudbusters to break the drought in Texas, a presumably laudable goal, even if an ill-considered and irresponsible suggestion, given the almost certain weather chaos if any significant number of his readers had followed it without first learning what to do with their cloudbusters after having built them.But today, in his most recent posting on the subject, he is suggesting they build cloudbusters and try them out merely to see for themselves if orgone energy exists or not. In other words, to satify idle curiousity. This is a whole order of magnitude more irresponsible than just advising them to break a drought. It is about the same as telling them to try open heart surgery to see if it is successful or not, without first learning anything about anatomy or surgical procedures.And it is also unnecessary. There are plenty of other ways for a hobbyist who is merely curious to verify orgone energy without risking harm to the environment or innocent bystanders. Jerry is well aware of the orgone accumulator, the small-scale medical DOR-buster, Experiment XX, which demonstrates the formation of mass from mass-free orgone energy in water, and many other ways a curious individual could validate the existence of orgone without the risks to the general public of playing with cloudbusters.I doubt Jerry or anyone else would suggest someone with no training or experience in building aircraft build an airplane from instructions posted on a website and force unwitting persons to be passengers in a flight in it just to prove airplanes can fly. Why does he think the existence of orgone energy is more in need of proof than the ability of airplanes to fly? And why does he think forcing people to be subjects in an experiment with a home-made cloudbuster without their informed consent is any different from forcing them to be passengers in a home-made aircraft?At one time I considered Jerry Decker to be a sober, responsible individual, well aware of the dangers of indiscriminate proliferation of cloudbusters. That was several years ago, when he was reluctant to post details on cloudbuster construction for fear it would be misused.I can only speculate as to why he has undergone such a drastic reversal of his formerly admirable policy of restraint and is now seemingly determined to work mischief. Possibly he has suffered a breakdown or developed a drinking problem, or possibly it is merely a matter of advancing age in a life-long batchelor with no children and a resulting sense of disconnection from any concern for the future of this planet.Today, Dec. 27, 2011, Jerry Decker wrote:Orgone - Build a cloudbuster and test it for yourself, I did and it worked.Please take a moment to send him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and remind him that people building cloudbusters just to satisfy their curiosity about if orgone is real or not is a really stupid idea that could end up killing some innocent victims, as has frequently happened before when untrained people fooled around with cloudbusters without knowing how to use them.Please send me a copy of your e-mail to him at email@example.com.And please forward this message to any person or group who you think might be interested.Thank you.
Joel Carlinsky( Former orgone biophysics student of Dr. Eva Reich )