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Forbidden Science


Forbidden Science


A beginners guide to understanding nearly everything


By Ian C Baillie, Ph.D.

Dedication


To John Charles Baillie, (1911 - 1976)


"For a father, who was once a son and opened the doors of my mind when young."


Until we meet again…


There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.



William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616), "Hamlet", Act 1 scene 5


Contents


Foreword


Introduction……………………………………………………………………


Chapter One: Understanding the structure of the Universe……………………


Chapter Two: Relativity and all that stuff……………………………………..


Chapter Three: Hyper-Dimensional Geometry………………………………..


Chapter Four: Nineteen point Five……………………………………………


Chapter Five: Squaring the Circle…………………………………………….


Chapter Six: The Earth Energy Grid………………………………………….


Chapter Seven: The UFO Connection…………………………………………


Chapter Eight: the Crop Circle Conundrum…………………………………..


Chapter Nine: The Rise of Man……………………………………………….


Chapter Ten: The Geometry of Immortality…………………………………..


Appendices


Notes & references


Bibliography


About the Author


Acknowledgements


First and foremost I would like to thank my long time friend and colleague Linda Forster without whom this book would never have come into existence. She most generously typed up the original manuscript and diligently combed the text for grammatical errors thereby giving physical form to my ethereal notes of many years.


We are a product of who we meet in life, for they shape our ideas, philosophy and thought. I would therefore like to thank Ronald D Pearson for giving me a mathematical structure on which to hang my discoveries. Michael Roll (Campaign for Philosophical Freedom) for his tireless efforts in helping humanity to cast off the shackles of mental oppression that have held us all prisoner for so long. Mervyn Newell for his honest, grounded and intelligent appraisal of all things to do with the minefield subject of Ufology. It was with Mervyn's encouragement that I was first enabled to give public voice to my ideas and knowledge and in giving, I received far more back in help with my research and studies than I could have ever hoped for.


Also within that context of providing and opportunity for public speaking I would like to thank David and Frieda Quickenden of Astrasearch, who together with many others put on the main conferences that prophetically led to my discovery. For it was on stage at the October '97 conference, whilst presenting The Physics of Immortality, that I showed a clip of the X Files episode The Field, which had struck me so forcefully just a few weeks prior to speaking. Just one and a half years later, like the fictional character Fox Mulder, I was to make the exact same discovery of a long forgotten photograph of an American Civil War soldier - that was in effect me.


I would also like to thank the following for contributions to the contents of this book and my own personal development: my father, John Charles Baillie, my old friends Robert Habbick, Malcolm Hasler, Paul Benson, David Ellingworth, Larry Hemmings and his legendary brother Colin, my teachers Peter Ditton, Reg Caine, Geoff Lovelock, Bernie Farrell, "Diddie" Williams, Captain Bateman and more recently. World famous U Boat author, friend and fellow scientist Jak Malmand Showell, Geoff and Anne Gould for IT support and friendship, Graham and Janet Tucker of the Medway Cropcircle group, Steve Alexander and Karen Douglas of Temporary Temple Press, Andy "the one and only" Thomas of Swirled News, Mark J Fussell and Stuart Dike of the Cropcircle connector, fellow cropcircle investigators - Lucy Pringle, Michael Glickman, Iles, Werner Anderhub, Ulrich Kox and finally Glastonbury Symposium paladins - Sheila Martin and Palden Jenkins, all of whom over the years have enriched my thought patterns and investigations beyond measure.


I would also like to thank my publisher David Pearman, CEO and Founder of UPSO, without whom this work would not have come into print, for his constant encouragement, confidence and belief in me.


Foreword


By ANDY THOMAS


Welcome to the world of Forbidden Science – something I know at least a little about. Although I have increasingly become involved with other areas of what might be dubiously described as ‘parascience’, it is fair to say that this humble foreword writer is best known as – horror! - a crop circle researcher. To a large section of society, that’s the credibility of these pages gone already, because crop circles, like several of the subjects covered in the book you now hold, have been subjected to an ongoing campaign of dismissal from the sceptics and sniggers from the ignorant.


One can learn to live with this kind of treatment and weather its blows when enough evidence can be uncovered to support the veracity of something, no matter what the masses may believe. The truth is indeed out there when actively looked for. The joy of lifting a corner of the lid on scientific taboos and seeing the astonished looks on the faces of those who dare to peep and suddenly see what lies beneath makes it all worthwhile.


In my totally unexpected career as a researcher of swirled stalks, I have now been faced by the likes of Esther Rantzen and Richard and Judy, and ridiculed on prime-time TV several times, which is always healthy for the soul. But on all of these occasions, what I have discovered is that when you give unexpectedly sensible answers to questions clearly intended to stimulate wacky stuff, the conversations turn around. Interviewers sometimes DO listen when actually met with conviction and logic, and I know from experience that it is possible to turn around the expected three minutes of taunt-the-wacko into something sensible and constructive, but without taking oneself too seriously either.


Forbidden Science manages to achieve something similar, by taking subjects considered ‘fringe’ or, to use the technical term, ‘weird’, and pulling them together into a coherent and understandable presentation which will leave most readers quite convinced of the truth and importance of the subjects covered. It may also lead them to wonder just why conventional science has such a problem with areas that clearly demand further investigation. The trouble is, no-one on the inside wants to re-write the reference books. Instead, it is people like Ian who are changing the paradigms, albeit outside the stifling ‘peer review’ system, which, for all its sensible uses, has held back progress for too long and attempted to keep science in the hands of an elite private club.


Ian Baillie is someone who takes his work seriously, but doesn’t take himself too seriously, as will be clear from the thread of humour in this book, and a general lightness of expression. Last time I saw Ian give a talk, at the Glastonbury Symposium, he managed to blow up the stage with a miniature American Civil War cannon. You don’t get that sort of practical demonstration from every presenter (!), and it’s a refreshing quality. Ian is a teacher by profession, and I envy his pupils – if my teachers had elucidated in his way, maybe I wouldn’t have had to learn everything all over again properly after I left school. Ian’s passion for his chosen subjects shines through his writing too.


This book is an opportunity to understand things you may have heard of somewhere in the ‘alternative’ field, but never had explained coherently or accessibly before, mixed seamlessly with the ‘official’ world of quantum physics and all its offshoots, which you may also have never had explained coherently or accessibly before.


Take a journey, then, through the terrain of Forbidden Science. There is no better guide to have than Ian Baillie - enjoy the trip.


ANDY THOMAS

February 2004


Andy Thomas is a leading paranormal researcher and author of four books on crop circles, including Vital Signs, described by many as the definitive guide to the phenomenon. Andy is also author of A Oneness of Mind, which explores the power of collective consciousness. He widely writes and lectures and has made numerous radio and TV appearances.
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