Eugene Mallove, editor of Infinite Energy magazine and the leading advocate of cold fusion research, was murdered Friday, apparently over a rental property dispute. …
He embraced many controversial claims, among them evidence for artifacts on Mars, UFOs, new energy sources, cosmic ether, and refutations of the Big Bang theory. Infinite Energy magazine is one the rare publications to explore such “fringe” topics.
source: Erik Baard
May 17, 2004 at 5:57 am
You know, what really stinks, is that with the Bush administration in power, I’m seeing conspiracy in everything. The first thing that crossed my mind was that he was murdered for getting too close to the truth about cold fusion and other alternative energies.
Man, I need to quit reading about politics for a while.
May 17, 2004 at 11:05 pm
I was shocked when a coworker informed me of Mallove’s untimely death. He noted that he descriptions indicate a poosibility of a highly skilled pro assasin making this appear to be an amateur blotched robbery. I’m not some kind of conspiracy nut but when someone on the verge of revealing a new technology is suddenly killed, one has to ask the hard and difficult questions.
May 18, 2004 at 12:07 am
tesla died penniless. that’s all I gotta say on the subject
May 19, 2004 at 5:29 am
whatto you need money after death? except for that one coin for charon..