Pulse of the Planet No.1
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Pulse of the Planet No.1 : On A-Bombs, Polar Motion, Cloudbusting, Droughts, and Fda/Skeptic Club Slanders of Wilhelm Reich

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First published in 1989, Pulse of the Planet No.1 launched an ambitious program for global monitoring of geophysical events potentially caused by underground atomic bomb testing, which was ongoing at that time. These included the preparation of world maps identifying the times and locations of major droughts, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, air pollution crises and other violent weather, on a week-by-week basis. Pulse No.1 presented for the first time controversial new research indicating real global and regional tectonic and atmospheric reactions to underground atomic-bomb testing in those days, by the USA, Soviet Union, China, France, India and Pakistan. While the ideas and evidence presented on these issues goes against the usual ideas of orthodox science, Pulse No.1 and subsequent issues began to expose this documentation in a widespread public manner. Articles were also presented in support of the attending bioenergetic mechanisms by which such long-distance reactions could occur, notably as firstly observed and detailed by the late Dr. Wilhelm Reich. These materials had been either refused publication or otherwise suppressed for years, and Pulse of the Planet journal would give the new findings a voice. This first issue of Pulse contains the following items: * By James DeMeo: "Cloudbusting: A New Approach to Drought," "Response to Martin Gardner's Attacks on Reich and Orgone Research in the 'Skeptical Inquirer'," and "Postscript on the Food and Drug Administrations Evidence Against Wilhelm Reich." * By Yoshio Kato, with introduction by Shigeyoshi Matsumae: "Recent Abnormal Phenomena on Earth and Atomic Power Tests." * Emotional Plague Report * Climate Features and Unusual Phenomena - with 14 different weekly world maps * Atomic Bomb Tests and Earthquake Data (for 1988 and 1989) * Solar-Geomagnetic Data (for Dec.1988 and Jan-Feb. 1989) * Environmental Notes, Sex-Economic Notes * Celestial Events Calendar and Planetary Clock * Research Progress Report, for the Orgone Biophysical Research Lab * Cosmic Orgone Engineering Report * Science Notes, Announcements, Orgonomic Research Review for 1988-1989 * Calendar of Events and Letters to the Editor * In Remembrance, Jerome Eden Pulse of the Planet journal continued for additional years, presenting many articles on these and similar subjects. The original edition of Pulse No.1 went out of print years ago, but is now re-published given the importance of the materials, both for the issues they raise, as well as for historical value.
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  • Paperback | 62 pages
  • 216 x 279 x 3mm | 168g
  • English
  • Reprint ed.
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 0989139042
  • 9780989139045
  • 820,865

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