He went on to say that, even though a torsion field may be a "complex thing," Richard Hoagland has measured it. Well, no, Mike, he hasn't. Hoagland has claimed that he sensed it with his Accutron setup — at the Teotihuacan Pyramid, the Coral Castle, and more recently at Stonehenge. But sensing it is not measuring it. He has never even stated what units it would be measured in. His pathetically inadequate experimental protocol, criticized by James Concannon on this blog back in May last year, does not even provide a scale by which actual torsion energy, if it exists, might be measured. All he has shown are some spikes of frequency variation, some of which occur during the time of the "torsion wave," but many of which do not.
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Mike Bara's own words (at 05:00) ought to have been a clue to the bankruptcy of the Hyperdimensional Physics/Torsion Energy scam. He said "The motion of the Earth itself, the rotation of the Earth and its motion through space in its orbit around the Sun — that motion itself ... should theoretically be able to pull energy from the vacuum, or pull it from higher dimensions." Well, Hello??? isn't the fact that this does not actually happen a bit of a give-away that the underlying theory is invalid?
There were other gems in this half hour of unscientific fantasy. HAARP can harden the ionosphere against solar flares, and this is the true secret purpose of the HAARP installations. The Moon has been "modified," or "engineered," by persons unknown. Not to mention quite a bit of the New Agey anti-wisdom about the consciousness and spirituality of the planet. That stuff is frankly out of my league and I don't pretend to understand it.
Why does Mike Bara get so many of these pseud-psych gigs? Don't answer that — I know. He can fill air time in a way that sounds interesting. Only those with some knowledge of physics realize that they're hearing garbage.
1Revelations Stargate Radio, 2/1/12