THE WORK OF ERIC DOLLARD

by Tom Brown 9/9/88

Eric Dollard is a scientist of the type found in America around the turn

of the century. He is an electrical engineer of the old school relying

on experience with equipment rather than acceptance of mathematical

considerations. He has studied the works of Nikola Tesla and Charles

Proteus Steinmetz extensively and has applied their principles to his

research. He has advanced the mathematical works of the early

electrical pioneers to the stage of pragmatic industrial engineering.

This was only possible by bypassing all modern relativistic theories and

concepts of electrons flowing through wires, and instead maintaining the

ether theories from which modern electrical equipment originally emerged.

Eric's work is a direct continuation of the works of Tesla, Steinmetz,

Oliver Heaviside, Philo Farnsworth II, and other energy pioneers whose

work can be reproduced and used.

Eric has written over 30 notebooks of material covering his years of

research. Five of these notebooks have been published by Borderland

Sciences Research Foundation: Condensed Intro To Tesla Transformers;

Dielectric & Magnetic Discharges In Electrical Windings; Symbolic

Representation of Alternating Electric Waves; Symbolic Representation of

the Generalized Electric Wave (In Time); and The Theory of Wireless

Power. These books are all practical and engineering oriented.

The Alternating Electric Waves paper, presenting Eric's Four Quadrant

Theory of Electricity, was written after his discovery of how to

generate excess magnetizing power in an industrial situation (using

synchronous motors in a huge shipyard) and make the KVAR (Kilo Volt

Amperes Reactive) meter turn backwards. Eric discovered that these

industrial meters are pinned so that they will not turn backwards, but

they can be stopped, creating readily realizable savings for the

industrialist.

Further development of Eric's ideas has been presented at the U.S.P.A.

Conference in 1987 in his talk, Representations of Electric Induction,

which also included a demonstration of the Tesla One-Wire Transmission

of Electricity. The One-Wire Electric Transmission has direct

commercial applications in the realm of real full spectrum incandescent

lighting, which could be used in operating rooms, highway lighting,

schoolrooms, offices, etc.

In Eric's talk at the 1988 International Tesla Symposium he presented

the engineering mathematics to continue work on Tesla's oscillating

coils while shedding the misconceptions attached by modern physics which

have brought real research into Tesla to a dead halt. The engineering

mathematics developed by Eric will allow researchers to manufacture

coils with practical uses rather than just making sparks.

The broadcasting of electricity, distortion free worldwide radio

transmission, and single element full-spectrum incandescent lamps are

just a few of the spinoffs taken from the realm of abstraction and

brought to the reality of the lab bench by Eric's work, but perhaps the

most commercial of all is what Eric terms, "The Ultimate Sound System".

Eric has developed the principle and the first prototypes of distortion

free audio amplification. This discovery, if properly applied, has the

potential to revolutionize the entire audio industry, as well as the

reality of related spinoffs into the communications and power

transmission industries.