Season 7, Episode 22
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: So I’ve got to say that when I saw this interview footage, the first one we’re going to watch here, he actually mentions the name of a guy who I knew very well.
And Mark Comings is one of the only people I’ve ever met who literally could run rings around me when it came to advanced physics.
And so when you and I are talking, you know a lot more about Secret Space Program stuff than anybody else I’ve met, except for a few insiders.
Mark Comings is one of those guys, but in the physics arena. So this really shocked me to hear him mention that name because I know so much about this guy we could talk about him for two hours.
So without further ado, let’s hear the first thing that Mark McCandlish has to say, and maybe you’ll understand why I was so surprised once you see it yourself. Let’s take a look.
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CHASING FREE ENERGY
Mark McCandlish: I met a scientist who has since sort of taken himself out of circulation. He’s vanished. His name was Mark Comings.
He was a physics professor working as a teaching assistant at UC Berkeley, in their physics department.
And he had been . . . He’d become aware of the fact that in the basement of the physics building on campus was a lot of this old surplus equipment – frequency generators and oscilloscopes and power generators – all these different kinds of things.
So he asked the head of the department if he could go down and just tinker and do some experiments. He had some ideas he wanted to play around with. And they gave him the okay.
So he had this idea that, as you may know, there are certain kinds of crystals, like quartz for example, that . . . It’s the whole basis for the original phonograph record, the stylus.
When you would put a small crystal – I think it was like a diamond crystal – under pressure, it would create a mild electrical current. And if you amplify that current, you could then hear what the impulses were coming through that stone, that gem. And you could actually hear the vibrations that were recorded in a disk of plastic. That’s how the phonograph works.
And so his idea was that, okay, crystals, when they’re put under pressure – physical pressure – will create an electrical charge. But he wondered if you augmented the process by putting electrical coils that wrapped around the crystal, and you essentially applied an electrical pressure to the crystal, that the crystal would do not only the same piezoelectric process of creating an output of electricity, but that it might actually be more than what you would get with just putting physical pressure on it.
That by taking advantage of the lattice – the crystalline structure of this object, this stone – that you could then get it to resonate in a way that would kick out even more energy than you were putting into it.
And so he had a barium titanate crystal. It was about eight inches long, double terminated – in other words, a point on each side – had a cross-section that was kind of like a stop sign, sort of an octagon shape, had it fabricated by a facility outside the San Francisco Bay area where he lived.
And he had two different coils. One had a lot of fine windings, and another coil wrapped around the outside of that, all completely insulated, that had a lower number of windings.
And he experimented with putting a variety of different electrical charges, different voltages, frequencies, in different combinations, until eventually one night, about 1 o’clock in the morning, working late on this apparatus, the crystal began to glow a bluish-green, and it began to ring.
You know how when you’re at a wedding, and you take your glass – your wet finger on a champagne glass, and it makes that high pitched ringing sound? He said it was like that.
And he looked at the scale – the dials on his equipment that showed input voltage and output voltage.
And this thing was putting out 125% more – in other words, everything it was getting plus an additional 25% over and above what he was putting into the crystal.
Of course, he was very excited, you know, took his notes, shut everything down, went home, went to bed. And by 8 o’clock the next morning, his house was surrounded by black SUVs and guys with ear buds and dark glasses.
They kick in the front door. They tossed the whole house. They arrested him. They confiscated all his notes. They confiscated his equipment.
And they basically said that they’d found a closed circuit TV system that he’d set up to view some of the women in the Phys Ed building, the locker room, the women’s locker room in the next building. And, you know, he was in trouble…