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Some Education of Alden E. Park. I attended Hodgin Elementary School, which contained a planetarium, because a teacher, Mr. Carl, was very interested in science. I was not in his 6th grade class but I tried to help a schoolmate come up with a science fair project for Mr. Carl’s class. I watched Dr. George Fischbeck’s science shows on educational TV station KNME (channel 5). I received an autograph from him, when he came to the school. I was attending 9th grade at McKinley Junior High School (in Albuquerque, New Mexico) during the spring of 1968. That is when I and many other classmates viewed a special (and probably expensive) silent demonstration in the school’s cafeteria near the end of the school day. I saw what happened after an ultra-low-friction bearing was formed with a wobble. Apparently below-containing-lead became superconducting, when it was exposed to liquid helium temperatures so that it repelled all magnetic fields. See my book, Gravity-Wheel Unveiled, for more details. The wheel, with magnetic material about its horizontal axle, increased in angular speed until it obtained an equilibrium angular speed. There were radial ridges on the visible south face of the black (apparently plastic) wheel with colors between the radial ridges. The ridges apparently threw some air outward; friction kept the wheel from rotating counterclockwise too rapidly. We could watch the wheel turn around and around, for as long as we wanted to stay after school. Thereafter, I heard my oldest sibling say something twice, while sleepwalking. He twice said the words, “Turn the turner.” My 11th grade chemistry teacher was Mr. Adams. My 12th grade physics teacher was Mr. Blissembach. I graduated from Del Norte High School in 1971. I graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1979 with a B.S. degree, double majoring in Mathematics and Physics, with cum laude honors in each. I obtained a Masters of Science degree in Physics from the University of Colorado in 1979. 20190320AEP

More Education of Alden E. Park by Study and Prayer. On my own, I published “Some Thoughts on a Simple Mechanism for the 2H + 2H -> 4He Cold Fusion Reaction”, Fusion Technology, American Nuclear Society, Vol. 24, No. 3, November 1993, pp. 319-323. In the paper, rotating nuclear-ground-states of deuterium rapidly rotating around horizontal axes (because of horizontal magnetic fields at the surface of the vertical cylindrical cathode) rotated around each other and fused together under pressure, at the palladium cathode’s surface, to become rapidly rotating nuclear ground states of helium. They liberated energy as they rotationally slowed down by striking attracted electrons. The paper needed the initiation mechanism of the Bessler principle, the demonstration of which I viewed during the spring of 1968 or about 51 years ago (from now 20 March 2019). On 12 Jan 2000 during lunchtime, I asked God in silent prayer with my eyes closed how the Bessler wheel worked. I was shown a vision (see notes in Vision of How the Bessler Wheel Worked) which you can read about within the section, Bessler Wheel, as part of BIBLIOGRAPHY AND NOTES, in my 18 Mar 2019 book, Gravity-Wheel Unveiled. I eventually understood (from sufficient analysis of what I was shown by God) that Bessler’s wheels worked by using the Bessler principle because of special very-low-friction Orffyrean-roller-bearings, which greatly reduced friction for rotations about horizontal axes. 20190320AEP

Bessler Principle. The Bessler principle depends upon the slight delay of the higher elevation pull down, associated with the two pulls down by gravity. Greater rotational kinetic energy is acquired for the pair of finest fundamental opposite charges, rotating about their center of mass, assuming that the acquired energy is then not lost to friction. Larger rotational speed and lower rotational friction allow more rotational kinetic energy to be produced and preserved. 20190320AEP

After the lower pull down, the higher elevation mass point moves before it is pulled down.
After the lower pull down, the higher elevation mass point moves before it is pulled down.
After the lower pull down, the higher elevation mass point moves before it is pulled down.
The yin-yang symbol typifies the Bessler principle and especially the yin-yang cylinders.