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Ron Pearson - Scientific Proof of Life after Death!

Posted Saturday, July 7, 2007

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Ron Pearson – Scientist Proves There is Life after Death!

`He has discovered firm proof of the existence of life after death'

A Chesterfield-born scientist is currently making headline news on the BBC with an astonishing claim that he has discovered firm proof of the existence of life after death!

At his home in Downend, Bristol this week Ron Pearson told me;-

"I can provide evidence of an After-Life"

“Yes it’s true, there is life after death – and although my theoretical observations have caused some consternation amongst the scientific establishment and may seem very complicated to the layman they prove beyond doubt that I can provide evidence of an after-life”.

His colleague Michael Roll from Bath in Somerset, who is the founder of the Campaign for Philosophical Freedom is also convinced that Ron Pearson’s claims are genuine and constitute a major scientific breakthrough.

"Ron Pearson will go down in history as the greatest scientist since Sir Isaac Newton..."

He is equally certain of Ron’s genius; “When his theory is published - and then proved by a series of experiments, Ron Pearson will go down in history as the greatest scientist since Sir Isaac Newton”, he told me from his home in Bath.

Praise indeed! But can this seemingly fantastic claim be true – and just who is Ron Pearson?

Ronald D Pearson was born in March 1925 at 35 Yew Tree Drive, Somersal, the son of a Chesterfield schoolmaster who will be fondly remembered by Rhodian old-boys from the post-war years, and especially the nineteen fifties and early sixties when the late ‘Pop’ Pearson taught Science, Biology and Mathematics at William Rhodes School and was Deputy Headmaster to ‘Thrasher’ Stevens!

His name is legend to former pupils who were agog at his hands-on approach to the mysteries of physics – and the exciting experiments which he regularly conducted in front of a large and enthusiastic youthful audience in the school laboratory – myself included!

Young Ronald Pearson was a chip off the old block and showed an early aptitude for scientific knowledge by quickly grasping the rudiments of mechanics whilst assisting his father with experiments in the large workshop at his childhood home at Somersal.

Ron’s aptitude for learning earned him a place at Chesterfield Grammar School where as the war raged throughout Europe, he excelled in mathematics and the physical sciences, as a result of which after leaving school he earned a six-year apprenticeship at Plowright Brothers of Chesterfield.

Whilst serving his apprenticeship Ron studied at Chesterfield Technical College where he attained his HND and went on to graduate with a London External degree (BSc. Hons) in Mechanical Engineering in 1946.

Whilst the development and invention of the jet engine by Sir Frank Whittle was making headlines, Ron Pearson was inventing a new kind of engine of his own called a Gas Wave Turbine which he subsequently developed to the demonstration stage. He was invited by Whittle down to Leicester where he spent five years researching heat transfer and developing jet engines as Research Officer at the National Gas Turbine Establishment.

In 1955 Ron, still only thirty years of age, accepted a post as lecturer in mechanical engineering under the famous Professor Horlock at Liverpool University – a post he held for five years. He was tempted to return to turbine development by Ruston Hornsby of Lincoln, but with no finance available for the necessary research he soon left and in 1965 went back to lecturing.

Ron accepted a post at Bath University where he lectured in thermo-dynamics and fluid mechanics for almost twenty years. In between he was invited to further his engine development by the National Turbine Establishment of Canada in a project jointly funded by engine giants Pratt and Witney. In the event he declined and Ron’s most vivid memory of his trip to Canada is of flying from Vancouver and being airborne at the same time that the space-shuttle blew-up!

Following his retirement in 1986 Ron switched his attention to physics and cosmology and it was through his study of cosmology and ether-physics that Ron came to accept survival after death as a reality.

His work was inspired by 19th century scientist Sir William Crookes whose experiments in so-called paranormal activity produced photographs which purported to show a ‘dead person’ – most famously, Katie King – physically materialising in his laboratory!

Crookes’ experiments lacked a mathematical theory to back up his findings, so his claims were largely dismissed – but by using the latest quantum physics to re-examine Einstein’s theory of relativity, Ron Pearson says he has found the mathematical solution to explain the previously mysterious existence of the ‘ether’.

Put in simple terms, the ether was thought in the late 19th century to be the medium of clear upper-air which filled all space and transmitted electro-magnetic waves. Crookes tried and failed to prove its existence – Ron Pearson has succeeded. He has produced the theory of an all-pervading intelligence background medium existing throughout the universe which he calls the iether – and says that his experiments can prove it.

“I also found that mind had to be a structure of the background medium, and it therefore had the potential to be immortal”, explained Ron.

His findings posit ‘mind’ and brain as separate entities, so when the physical body including the brain dies, the mind (some would say soul or spirit) continues as the `seat of consciousness’ - rendered immortal because it is part of the all-pervading intelligence medium of the iether.

The Scientific Establishment in this country pays little attention to Ron Pearson’s startling claims, and not only because they prove that parts of Einstein’s theory of relativity are seriously flawed, but because they come under the scientific discipline of physics - and Ron’s background and qualifications are in mechanical engineering. His work has however, been published in the U.S. and acclaimed in Russia.

Ron, now 77, devotes his time these days to promoting his work and to raising the funds for the experiments that he says will prove his theories.

Together with Michael Roll, both through the Campaign for Philosophical Freedom and the International Survivalist Society, Ron links the subject of survival after death with the scientific discipline of subatomic physics and presents a secular, scientific case for life after death.

Ron Pearson and Michael Roll seek to raise around £120,000 for experiments that will enlighten the world to the truth - a truth which they claim has been denied people for years.

Michael Roll said, “People have only been allowed access to two philosophies. The first is that when you’re dead, you’re dead. This is orthodox scientific teaching across all disciplines. The second is the religious idea of resting in peace in the ground waiting for a Judgement Day. The priests have a monopoly on the lucrative life after death industry.

“We are putting forward the secular case that we all possess a soul and are immediately reunited with our loved ones who have gone before us – a separate mind and brain”.

Perhaps Michael Roll is right and Ron Pearson, the Chesterfield-born scientist will go down in history as the greatest scientist since Sir Isaac Newton? I confess, it’s all a bit beyond me - I’m just a simple rationalist who thinks it’s probably all just hot ether !

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