2 responses to “The Primer Fields Series

    • Hello, and thank you for your comment.

      It’s a very good one, as well as being the question I’m asked most often. (Although it was one of the first ones I asked as well.)

      The 4th video in the series is in fact finished. Completed in early Autumn last year it focuses mainly on the Sun and David’s theories on how stellar formation and stellar mechanics truly work. One example is the suggestion that nuclear fusion takes place NOT in the core of the Sun, but in it’s corona. He supports this by quoting extreme temperature readings in the corona, greater than those predicted to be in the core. He has made the statement many times previously that he believes the core’s temperature is much lower than currently predicted.

      Unfortunately though, the last time I spoke to David he had no current intentions on releasing the video any time in the near future.

      One of the reasons he mentioned for this a while back was a concern for some of the research groups around the world experimenting with his theories in ways he felt were irresponsible or unenlightened to the true understandings of what his discoveries meant.

      At the same time, if you were to check the internet you would see that at the time he was getting frustrated with some of the internet trolls out there trying to give him c**p. The thing is though, if you continue reading the same posts, you would also notice that there were some very good legitimate questions being asked where he had no problems discussing the intricacies of his discovery. Rest assured, his departure and refusal to release the rest of the series are due to reasons like this, NOT that there are any flaws with his interpretation of the data. Besides, at that time, the lab had just finished their project and things were really starting to take on a world of their own.

      We can only hope that David changes his mind sometime soon, and I’ll do what I can to see if there’s been any change in his opinion of whether or not to do so, but until then, we’re just going to have to take what we have so far and see what we can do with it from here. One thing I’ve discovered is that a theory of everything is more than possible when using the basics of Primer Field theory. (Although I understand it completely, I’m just not the greatest at putting it all down on paper.) I know that some of them seem a bit off the wall and unfinished, but try reading some of the pieces on PF theory I’ve written here at thesingularityeffect.

      Again, I thank you for your comment and I look forward to hearing from you again.

      Sincerely,
      Richard
      thesingularityeffect.wordpress.com

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