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1 The Truman Prismatic Monochromatic Light Microscope Presented by: W. Eric Rowley of Conversion Technologies International And Stanley Truman, an Independent Researcher Insight 2006 – October 29 - November 2, 2006

2 Overview  Introduction  Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments and Devices  Stan and Eric’s Story  Images  Conclusion  Questions and Answers

3 Introduction:  Thank You to Insight 2006 for the Time to Speak  Thank you to the Audience for Your Interest.

4 Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments:  Who was Dr. Raymond Royal Rife?  1888 – Raymond Royal Rife born in Elkhorn, Nebraska.  1914 – University of Heidelberg bestows an honarary PhD in parsitology on Dr. Rife.  1920 – Dr. Rife begins to investigate the electric treatment of diseases.  1922 – Dr. Rife begins cancer research.  1929 – San Diego Union reports that Dr. Rife has built a microscope capable of staining living viruses with light to make them visible.  1931 – LA Times announces the discovery of a “filterable typhoid. bacillus” being light-stained and observed to “change back to a non- filterable form”, as seen through a microscope developed by Dr. Rife.  1932 – Dr. Rosenow of the Mayo Clinic witnesses Dr. Rife’s results and becomes a supporter.

5 Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments:  1932 – Rife isolates the filterable virus of carcinoma. Pleomorphism is established.  1932 – Rife is able to destroy the typhus bacteria, the polio virus, the herpes virus, the cancer virus, and other viruses in culture and in experimental animals.  1933 – Rife completes the “universal microscope”.  1935 – Rife builds a smaller microscope that can be mass produced.  1938 – The Rife Ray Beam Co. is established.  For a more detailed history of Dr. Rife, see or educate- yourself.org/cn/rifetimelinmay1988.shtml.

6 Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments:  The Franklin Institute Report

7 Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments:  The Smithsonian Report

8 Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments:  The Mayo Clinic Report

9 Dr. Rife’s Devices:  The #1 Microscope

10 Dr. Rife’s Devices:  The #2 Microscope

11 Dr. Rife’s Devices:  The #5 Microscope

12 Dr. Rifes Devices:  The Universal Microscope

13 Stan and Eric’s Story:  Truth in science can be defined as the working hypothesis best suited to open the way to the next better one. - Konrad Zacharias Lorenz  In all science error precedes the truth, and it is better it should go first than last. - Horace (Horatio) Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford  In summary, the laws of physics apply to a specific set of inputs and solutions. Change the inputs and you can change the solutions.

14 Stan and Eric’s Story: “…Obviously, if one is to produce a microscope that “sees” optically further into the realm of smallness than any other microscope can conventionally do (even in theory), that microscope must be functioning in a higher electrodynamics mode rather than in a conventional one.” - Tom Bearden

15 Stan and Eric’s Story:  Compiled by Stan Truman

16 Stan and Eric’s Story: Definitions:  Prismatic – Formed by a prism  Monochromatic – Consisting of radiation of a single wavelength or of a very small range of wavelengths

17 Stan and Eric’s Story:  The First Image

18 Stan and Eric’s Story:  With Some Refinement

19 Stan and Eric’s Story:  The Stage

20 Images:  You’ve Seen Nano-Fibers Like This

21 Images:  A Better View

22 Images:  Have You Seen One Like this?

23 Images:  A Published Diatom Slide

24 Images:  Our Diatom Slides

25 Images:

26 Images:

27 Images:

28 Images:  Additional Nano-fiber Research

29 Images:

30 Images:

31 Conclusion:  There are many benefits to this type of microscopy, but some of the key points of comparison are:  The only other way to achieve such magnification and sample visibility is through electron microscopy.  The cost of an electron microscope, compared to this type of device is anywhere from 10 to 20 times more expensive.  An electron microscope requires special training for the operator.  An electron microscope does not allow one to see “live” samples.

32 Conclusion:  Did we reinvent the Rife Microscope?  We don’t think so.  Did we discover how it might have worked?  We don’t know.  Are we on the right track?  You tell us.  A Scope for every high school in the land.

33 Conclusion:  Again, Thank You to Insight 2006 for the Time to Speak, and  Thank You to the Audience for Your Interest.  A Special Thank You to Mike Bouchette of M+D Associates, Consultant in Nonwovens, (920) for his assistance in making this presentation possible

34 Stan and Eric’s Story:  Questions and Answers

35 The Truman Prismatic Monochromatic Light Microscope W. Eric Rowley Stanley Truman Insight 2006 – October 29 - November 2, 2006 "Based on a paper presented at INSIGHT Copyright Marketing Technology Service, Inc.Reprinted and posted with permission".

36 Thank you


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