Thomas E. Bearden
Prepared for the 1979 MUFON Annual Symposium
CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation)
The author introduces a speculative model of mind and matter and their
interaction that is consistent with the experimental basis of physics, and
which offers mechanisms for paranormal phenomena of all types, including
UFO phenomena. Certain conclusions are reached by a new fourth law of logic,
which is briefly described and summarized. A new photon interaction model.
of quantized observable changc is also presented.
A solution to the problem of the nature of mind is generated, using the
author's fourth law of logic, and a seven-dimensional hyperspatial physical
model of a living biosystem is developed. Using this basic model, an infinitedimensional
cotemporal hyperspatial model of the physical universe complete
with all its life forms is constructed. Levels of unconsciousness--
including the collective human species unconscious--emerge naturally as
types of crosstalk between hyperframes.
A natural set of relations betwee.<thoughtforms,>s formula, the psychokinetic power of a mind level
increases exponentially as the number of biosvstem stages involved. At
the level of the collective human species unconscious, the psychokinesis
is sufficient to materialize symbolic tulpoids (thought forms), given a
sufficient stress stimulus in large groups. Using the cold war as the
major stress stimulus on mankind since World War I, the author shows that
most major UFO waves in the literature precisely fit the model...-.
Using his own collation and analysis of Soviet psychotronic weapon
development, the author is also able to fit into the model the several
thousand paranormal and bizarre cattle mutilations that have occurred in the
U.S. since 1973.
The presenration was propared for the 1979 MUFON Annual Symposium.
THOMAS E. BEARDEN, M. S., Nuclear Engineering
A nuclear engineer, wargames analyst, and military tactician, Lieutenant
Colonel (Retired) Thomas E. Bearden has over 24 years experience in air defense
systems, tactics, and operations; technical intelligence; nuclear weapons
employment; computerized wargames, and military systems requirements.
He is currently with the Alabama division of a large aerospace company
where he is Involved in developing and analyzing countermeasures to antiradiation
missiles for the Patriot, Improved Hawk, and Roland U.S. Army missile systems,
and in computerized air defense wargames and countermeasure studies.
Lieutenant Colonel Bearden obtained an M. S. in nuclear engineering from the
Georgia Institute of Technology...