Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:43 am.
'Participation Parameters for the Bearden Academy:Bearden Energy from the Vacuum'
Purpose : This page is to explain who is and can be involved with this study and the reasons for such.
These people will have full access to all materials and editing. Certain main pages will be able to be changed only by these people. These people may or may not be advanced physics students. (More information to be added here.)
These people will be able to benefit from some of this study but will be the most limited. They may ask relevant questions not already answered in the main pages. They may give advice and participate in some discussion. This may be either on the email list, discussion pages, or elsewhere (like a proposed chat room). Much of the study will not make much sense to them without the book because the book will not be reproduced online or in emails (it will be assumed that people will own the book). Such students or visitors must be respectful of all others seriously studying this material. Inflamatory and disrespectful statements, needless opinionizing, advertizements, and unscientific distractions will not be tolerated, especially by people wishing to participate without owning the book. (More information to be added here.)
These will be able to access all the pages and email list files except those relating to moderating. (More information to be added here.)
We need people to study this book and help to list the difficult concepts on the working workbook pages. We also need them to do what research they can to try and answer or explain such concepts. That will mean going back to earlier unanswered concepts in the working workbook index and filling in the blanks when such people think they have the answer. If enough people help in this way then the process will go much faster. Such students may share their perplexities and discoveries on the email list and the web site. They may also share their experiences.
These will be able to have the same as the above. Some of these people may have access to editing the finalized workbook pages and other like pages. (More information to be added here.)
We need advanced Physics students and teachers to help in this study
We need people to explain the most difficult ideas and possibly give us examples or draw diagrams. These people will also be able to tell us about resources they use and those that are considered authority. There is no textbook on physics today that is consistent with Bearden's theories, nor is there a primer. Therefore these textbooks will be useful for giving an opposite perspective. As Bearden's book quotes and critiques popular physics it will be useful to consult such books to understand what they really mean by such terms and ideas. Skeptics or advanced physics students believing popular physics may then help us understand their theories by making them simple with illustration, etc.