E-mail from Michael Roll to Polly Toynbee (June 9, 2014): Professor Richard Dawkins Completely Vindicated

To Polly Toynbee of The Guardian:

"Supernatural phenomena: I strongly applaud your statement that, if such phenomena were demonstrated to exist, they would not be supernatural, but natural."
Professor Richard Dawkins 22 January, 1992

Scientists all over the world are now making a careful study of survival after death and linking it to subatomic physics - forces that are normally out of range of our five physical senses.

"If your mathematical theory does not match the experiment, then it is wrong." Professor Richard Feynman.

When reading survival after death it is vital to start from the experiments that Sir William Crookes carried out in 1874 when he published the results in The Quarterly Journal of Science. This great pioneer of subatomic physics had discovered the spiritual part of the universe. This is the missing 95% of the universe that all scientists are now talking about.

Using the peer-review system:
"Flat Earth scientists are blocking the discoveries of round Earth scientists."
Professor Gerald Pollack

Vital scientific discoveries in physics that belong to every man, woman and child on Earth are being deliberately blocked from mainstream media and educational outlets in order to keep the old-boy network intact. It's a rerun of the attack on Galileo all over again.

When people eventually find out just how badly they are being deceived by their leaders and teachers, the wrath of public opinion will pull the rug from under the terrible religious hatred that the priests, mullahs and rabbis are stirring up all over the world. Brainwashing children with supernatural religious absurdities is a heinous crime against humanity. Some of the victims actually kill people who do not believe the same thing as they do. The crusades, 9/11, 7/7 for example.

Michael Roll
The Campaign for Philosophical Freedom
The secular/atheists case for survival after death.

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Josephson [mailto:bdj10@cam.ac.uk]
Sent: 08 June 2014 11:18
To: Michael Roll
Subject: Re: The thinking revolution has started

On 8 Jun 2014, at 11:01, "Michael Roll" wrote:

> Tricia, you will see that it is all coming together. Michael

And fundamental physics is gradually, and reluctantly, moving in the right direction.


Brian D. Josephson
Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Cambridge Director, Mind-Matter Unification Project Cavendish Laboratory, JJ Thomson Ave, Cambridge CB3 0HE, UK
WWW: http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~bdj10

Not starting from the experiments of Sir William Crooks is where scientific teaching has gone desperately wrong, as the engineer Ron Pearson has made very clear.

Mathematicians, like Stephen Hawking, have been giving the lead, when they should have been following the experiments.

Physicists are very gifted people, but they seem to lack the common sense of experts on thermodynamics like Ron Pearson or those of us who have bothered to read history.

Polly Toynbee
Polly Toynbee is an English journalist and author, and has been a columnist for the Guardian since 1998. At the 2007 British Press Awards, she was named 'Columnist of the Year'. She was President of the British Humanist Association between 2007 and 2012, and is currently its Vice President.

B D Josephson
Brian David Josephson, FRS is a Welsh physicist. He was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1973 for the prediction of the eponymous Josephson effect. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Cambridge, where he is director of the Mind–Matter Unification Project in the Theory of Condensed Matter (TCM) research group. He is also a fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Scientists' unethical use of media for propaganda purposes
This web page is intended to draw the attention of scientists, the media, and the public to a problem that, while being very familiar to some, is probably unknown to the majority of visitors to this web page.  Propagandising of the kind described in the following bypasses the normal carefully considered processes of science, and may well create a distorted impression in the mind of the unsuspecting reader or viewer.
Could telepathy one day be explained by modern physics?
Transcript of a discussion on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, October 2, 2001, with Sue MacGregor (presenter), Brian Josephson and Nicholas Humphrey, and a voice recording of James Randi.
From a set of commemorative Royal Mail stamps, issued in 2001:
"Physicists attempt to reduce the complexity of nature to a single unifying theory, of which the most successful and universal, the quantum theory, has been associated with several Nobel Prizes, for example those to Dirac and Heisenberg. Max Planck's original attempts a hundred years ago to explain the precise amount of energy radiated by hot bodies began a process of capturing in mathematical form a mysterious , elusive world containing 'spooky interactions at a distance ', real enough however to lead to inventions such as the laser and the transistor. Quantum theory is now being fruitfully combined with theories of information and computation. These developments may lead to an explanation of processes still not understood within conventional science, such as telepathy - an area in which Britain is at the forefront of research."
Professor Brian Josephson
Awarded the prize in 1973 for 'Discoveries regarding "Tunnelling Phenomena" of particles in solids'.