E-mail from Michael Roll to Ron Pearson (November 26, 2013): Scientific Teaching has Lost the Plot


Last night on BBC 4 Television, 25 November 2013, I watched a science programme presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili all about dark matter. This just confirmed that you are right about the terrible mistake that orthodox scientific teaching is making.

This is because it is starting from the wrong base. These scientists flatly refuse to drop this ridiculous big bang nonsense. The programme ended up by saying that as all the galaxies are moving away from each other, eventually we will be on our own in the universe because all the other galaxies will have disappeared from view.

This also confirms that Professor B.D. Josephson is spot on when he made that statement in the New Scientist on 9 December 2006:
“It’s hard to change how people think. People have vested interests, and their projects and reputations would be threatened if certain things were shown to be true.”

Those of us who have proved to ourselves that Crookes and Lodge are correct, that the spiritual part of the universe exists, can now see what a mistake the big bang is. All the matter in the universe did not arrive at just one moment in time. The spiritual part of the universe must be creating new galaxies all the time. How about Quasars, the huge explosions that astronomers are witnessing, being new galaxies springing into life? Perhaps they are not just stars exploding within our galaxy.

All scientists now agree that 99% of the universe is missing. Surely this is the spiritual part of the universe that Sir William Crookes discovered in 1874?

It makes sense to me that gravity is the force from this spiritual part of the universe that is keeping all the oceans on Earth and the stars in a galaxy from flying off into space.


Ron Pearson
Ron Pearson (Born March, 1925) is a mechanical engineer and former university lecturer in thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. He has discovered a structure of the ether that has potential to evolve intelligence, and has provided the mathematics to back up the experiments of Sir William Crookes and Charles Richet. In these experiments, deceased people returned, proving they had survived death.

Pearson provides the theory needed to explain not only telepathy, but also the entire spectrum of the so-called 'paranormal' as testable real effects. It also covers non-locality that no physicists have explained.

Publications by Ron Pearson