My dear Chander,
I enclose an invitation and synopsis of talk at USI for circulation thru' Report my Signals as you deem fit. Best wishes and warm regards to both of you.
AN OPEN INVITATION TO ALL FOR A SEMINAR ON 16 MAR 11 AT USI NEW DELHI
SCALAR ELECTROMAGNETICS: INFINITE ENERGY SOURCE & WMD OR SUPER BRAHMA ASTRA
A Talk by Maj Gen YASHWANT DEVA, AVSM (Retd) at USI on 16 March 1011
This talk is a continuation or a stride forward of the last talk at the USI, “Antenna as a Weapon: A Peep into Geophysical Warfare”, which was well received. The prevalent electromagnetic (EM) theory is called vector or transverse, based on Maxwell equations, which formed the focal point of the last talk. However, there are vistas upfront, perhaps as yet hypothetical and researched, or perhaps real, with at least four powers, US, Russia, Israel and Japan having achieved break-through and weaponised. This is called Scalar or longitudinal EM, which purvey. inexhaustible energy sourced from the vacuum. The terms Scalar Warfare and Scalar WMD are the anti-technology fall-outs. The on-line click-status of the former is indeed astounding; vis. 66,700 results in 13 seconds on Google.
The talk describes the four fundamental forces, concept of unified field, black hole, antimatter, black energy and difference between vector and Scalar EM, generally delves into theories expounded by Tesla and Bearden on alternate source of infinite and cheap energy, and scalar weapons of mass destruction,. It gives a broad run-down on patents, covert research and conspiracy theories associated with scalar weaponry and what other countries are up to.
It suggests creation of R&D laboratories, pursuance of effective TECHINT, and theoretical study of the subject in training establishments. The subject is of interest to decision makers in the Government and, both, technical and non-technical hierarchy of the three defence services. The views of veterans, who pursue knowledge, will be of great help during interaction with participants.
Subject: India & China's Geopolitics : Talk by Dr C Raja Mohan, Strategic Affairs Editor, Indian Express
AN OPEN INVITATION FOR A LECTURE BY C RAJA MOHAN ON 26 MARCH AT DEFENCE COLONY CLUB, NEW DELHI
Feb 23, 2011
Through your good offices and distribution list, I would like to extend an invitation for a talk “India & China’s Geopolitics” by Dr C Raja Mohan, Strategic Affairs Analyst/Indian Express at 11 AM, Saturday 26 Mar 2011 at the Defence Colony Club (New Delhi).
The moderator is Maj-Gen (Retd) PJS Sandhu, Dy Dir & Editor/USI.
The invitation and resumes of Dr Mohan and Gen Sandhu are attached.
Dr C Raja Mohan holds a Master’s degree in Nuclear Physics and a PhD in International Relations.
Dr Mohan is a reknowned Indian academic, teacher, author, journalist, India’s foreign policy and international security affairs analyst and an advocate of India’s strategic alignment. He has been a Professor at the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Professor of Centre for South, Central, Southeast Asian and Southwest Pacific Studies, School of International Studies at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, a Jennings Randolph Peace Fellow at the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, DC during 1992-93 and Henry Alfred Kissinger Scholar in the John W Kluge Centre at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC during 2009-10.
Dr Mohan was Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, New Delhi (1983-92), Diplomatic Editor and Washington Correspondent of The Hindu and a member of India's National Security Advisory Board during 1998-2000 and 2004-06.
He has been writing regular features and columns for the Indian Express.
Dr Mohan has published widely on international security issues. His recent books include Crossing the Rubicon: The Shaping of India's Foreign Policy (New York : Palgrave, 2004) and Impossible Allies: Nuclear India, United States and the Global Order (New Delhi : India Research Press, 2006).
Dr Mohan is a respected and much sought after speaker on International Affairs and Strategies.
He is currently Strategic Affairs Editor of the Indian Express, New Delhi.
Maj-Gen (Retd) PJS Sandhu
Major General (Retd) PJS Sandhu is an alumnus of the Defence Service Staff College, Wellington (India), the National Defence College, New Delhi and the Vystral Academy in erstwhile USSR.
Gen Sandhu retired after 37 years’ service as the Chief of Staff of a Strike Corps (strategic reserve). During his service, he has commanded an armoured regiment, an independent armoured brigade and an armoured division. He participated in the 1971 Indo-Pak war and served as deputy commander of an infantry brigade in high altitude on the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. He has also served as Deputy Director General of Military Operations, Army HQ, where he dealt with strategic issues.
His areas of specialization include Strategic Issues, International Relations and Military History. He is a prolific writer and speaker and participates in seminars with particular interest in the geopolitics affecting India. He was invited to Beijing in Oct 2008 to participate in an International Seminar on Globalisation and International Security Cooperation.
Presently, Gen Sandhu is the Deputy Director and Editor of the United Service Institution (USI).