NESTA suppresses two British breakthroughs - because inventor criticized civil service corruption.

The first, a physics and wider science discovery, is very advanced. There may be only two British scientists and mathematicians who understand its premises.

However, an international science readership - NASA, CERN, NE, universities, gov't energy, corporate energy and propulsion, has been downloading the theory at http://www.perceptions.couk.com/UEFindex.html and subsequent links. NASA is already thought to be quietly using its results (see attached application 1), and CERN's recent decision may have been influenced by the theory.

The second breakthrough, a revision of evolutionary theory, is also controversial. It was attacked last week (02Nov BBC R4), when Melvyn Bragg possibly hoped to get senior establishment evolutionists to deny the theory - which Melvyn referred to as "pop evolution" throughout. He clearly disliked its conclusions. Anyway, the attempt failed.

Surely pre-eminent professionals should have assessed the theory before NESTA suppresses it in Britain ?

Anything less would be shoddy treatment, possibly corrupt behaviour, and exhibits the 'dog-in-a-manger' civil service attitude which denies any British achievement not approved by an 'elite' - (see attached application 2).

Why should NESTA suppress new, real ideas in science? Is this why Britain is seen as racist & stuffy, arrogant & backward by the rest of the world ? (British Council - Foreign Policy Centre Report 09 Nov.'00).

And `Perceptions' is all-British

Ray Dickenson

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