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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
Overview Introduction Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments and Devices Stan and Eric’s Story Images Conclusion Questions and Answers
Introduction: Thank You to Insight 2006 for the Time to Speak Thank you to the Audience for Your Interest.
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.
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.
Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments: The Franklin Institute Report
Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments: The Smithsonian Report
Dr. Rife’s Accomplishments: The Mayo Clinic Report
Dr. Rife’s Devices: The #1 Microscope
Dr. Rife’s Devices: The #2 Microscope
Dr. Rife’s Devices: The #5 Microscope
Dr. Rifes Devices: The Universal Microscope
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.
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
Stan and Eric’s Story: Compiled by Stan Truman
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
Stan and Eric’s Story: The First Image
Stan and Eric’s Story: With Some Refinement
Stan and Eric’s Story: The Stage
Images: You’ve Seen Nano-Fibers Like This
Images: A Better View
Images: Have You Seen One Like this?
Images: A Published Diatom Slide
Images: Our Diatom Slides
Images: Additional Nano-fiber Research
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.
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.
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
Stan and Eric’s Story: Questions and Answers
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".