Ivor Catt's Websites
Quick access. Do a Google search for
"Ivor Catt" + "subject"
e.g. For AIDS, do a Google search for "Ivor Catt" + AIDS
This gives my writings as hits no. 1, 2 and 10 (in June 2005)
Mika Websites. lmika.com ; mika.czi.cz
Mika book. "Tom Cat Dali on the Road"
The are two problems, which are interconnected.
Catt has been writing on numerous subjects for decades, and has been more or less totally suppressed. His reaction has been tailored to the times. In the case of electromagnetic theory, in which censorship by all the learned journals in the world has been total for decades, Catt and his co-researchers resorted to giving private seminars
On finding that the cost of book publication could be funded out of the profits from their seminars, Catt became a publishing house, and began to publish the suppressed material in order that it should be saved for the future by the British Library and the other five copyright libraries. These books are not available on the internet.
With the arrival of the internet, Catt changed tactics again. Since he had always experienced censorship in a variety of subjects, Catt set up a number of websites. Some books from this period are available on the internet. Book list
Digital Hardware Design ; Electromagnetism 1 ; The Catt Anomaly = The Catt Question ; The Hook and the Sting ; What a Life
The problems for those wishing to access these websites are, firstly, that the amount of censored material now on his websites is massive. Secondly, all subjects contribute to Catt's present overriding research speciality, which is research into censorship. Thus, the already massive amount of material is part of two subjects; the subject proper, and also the subject of censorship to which the material contributes.
www.electromagnetism.demon.co.uk ; Index b ; Brief Index
AIDS ; Censorship ; Electromagnetism ; Quakers
Sundry Indexes ; Listing of www.ivorcatt.com website ;
I make the commitment that anyone wishing to counter any assertion made on these sites will be guaranteed a hyperlink to a website of their choosing at the point where the disputed assertion is made. firstname.lastname@example.org
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