Lee Rigby – Drummer Man
Lee Rigby – Drummer Man
David McGowan (March 25 1960 – November 22, 2015) was an investigative journalist, author and internet activist, with a focus on deep politics.
He was an early critic of the US government’s official narrative about the events of September 11, 2001.
He died aged 55, on the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, 6 months after being diagnosed with an unusually aggressive form of lung cancer.
Dave McGowan was born and raised in Torrance, California. He graduated from UCLA with a degree in psychology.
Since 1990, McGowan ran a small business in the greater Los Angeles area.
He was a dogged veteran of deep politics and deep events well before the term “Conspiracy theory” became ubiquitous in the wake of the 9-11 attacks.
He has published a number of books on various aspects of the excercise of occult power.
On 15 June 2015 he posted the following on his website:
On 14 April 2015, I presented a lengthy video deconstruction of the 2013 Boston Marathon incident through the Caravan to Midnight radio show/podcast.
About a week later (on 20 April of all days), the nearly four-hour video presentation was uploaded to YouTube.
Not long after that, someone using the username Phoenix Archangel posted an interesting comment: “John [Wells, the host of the show] always signs off with some of the best advice ever.
Speaking of advice: this David McGowan fella really ought to quit smoking.
With all the elitist feathers he’s ruffling, he’s likely to come down with a spontaneous case of hitherto undiagnosed stage 4 inoperable Pancreatic cancer.”
If you haven’t watched the video yet, by the way, you really need to do so.
Have all your friends and family members watch it as well.
It’s a little on the long side and could use some serious editing, but it does succeed in completely laying waste to the official story of what happened in Boston on 15 April 2013.
Caravan To Midnight – Episode 269 David McGowan Talks Boston Marathon
As for Mr./Ms Archangel, he/she wasn’t too far off, though I’ve been told that it’s actually incurable small-cell lung cancer that has already spread to my liver and bones.
And no, that’s unfortunately not a joke. It’s my new reality as of just a few short weeks ago, when my entire world was turned upside-down and I suddenly found myself being admitted to the oncology ward at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. Four days later, I was beginning my first round of chemotherapy infusions. The second round began on 15 June.
I’m still having a very hard time processing all of this. Despite not having the healthiest diet and not making the most healthy lifestyle choices, I have been remarkably healthy throughout my adult life. Until a few weeks ago, I’d never been hospitalized as an adult. Never had any surgical procedures performed. Never had a major illness or significant injury. Never broke a bone in my body. Haven’t ever been reliant on any prescription drugs of any kind. Haven’t even had a primary care physician for many, many years.
But now, literally overnight, that reality has been replaced with a painful and, if I’m being perfectly honest, terrifying new reality. Based on what my doctors have told me and what I have read, the prognosis is not good. My oncologist seems to be of the opinion that I only have a couple years left on this planet, if that. The odds of surviving for even five more years are very, very low.
But I’ve never been one for taking advice or believing what I have been told. And I can be exceedingly stubborn. So if the medical community tells me that there is virtually no chance that I can survive this, I will do everything in my power to prove them wrong. But it is going to be a long, tough fight against a formidable foe. And any support that readers can offer, whether financial or moral, will be greatly appreciated.
In closing, thanks to all of you for your support and encouragement over the years. I hope to be able to continue to expose the crimes of the elite for many years to come. Stay tuned …
He has also published many studies of controversial events, notably the Apollo moonlandings, MKULTRA and the Laurel Canyon milieu of the late 1960’s, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, The Pedophocracy, the Boston Marathon bombings and many others.
He can fairly claim the title of The First 9-11 Sceptic, having published a thorough, sceptical analysis of the events of 9-11 less than 24 hours after the collapse of the towers.
He had three daughters who republished his work from the former, now deactivated, website.
I first got into all this alternative media (AM) several years ago, probably serious after the apparent 911 attacks in New York (2001) and elsewhere.
I was around 20 years old at the time and the official story just didn’t wash, so I was searching for what had really happened.
What I found was a load of conflicting accounts, with all sorts of websites and people spouting their own conspiracy theories.
If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.
All the best,
Alexander Emric (or Emerick) Jones (born February 11, 1974) is an American radio show host and far-right conspiracy theorist. He hosts The Alex Jones Show from Austin, Texas, which airs on the Genesis Communications Network across the United States and online. Jones runs a website, InfoWars, based on conspiracy theories and fake news, and the websites NewsWars and PrisonPlanet.
Jones began his career in the 1990s running a live public-access cable television program, later switching to radio. He has been at the center of many controversies: he promoted conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting. In other conspiracy theories, Jones has accused the US government of planning the Oklahoma City bombing, the September 11 attacks, and falsifying details regarding the 1969 Moon landing. He has claimed that several governments and big businesses have colluded to create a “New World Order” through “manufactured economic crises, sophisticated surveillance tech and—above all—inside-job terror attacks that fuel exploitable hysteria”. He aggressively opposed gun control in a debate with Piers Morgan.
Jones has described himself as a conservative, paleoconservative and libertarian, terms he uses interchangeably. Others describe him as conservative, right-wing, alt-right, and far-right. New York magazine has described Jones as “America’s leading conspiracy theorist”, and the Southern Poverty Law Center describes him as “the most prolific conspiracy theorist in contemporary America”. Asked about such labels, Jones said he is “proud to be listed as a thought criminal against Big Brother“.
Mathis thinks that standard mathematical derivatives are incorrect — overturning almost all math and science, ever.
this is mostly copy, still to be edited
He has also invented a charge field theory which, like all of his other myriad theories, has yet to pass the scrutiny of a basic peer review.
In addition to his math and science ineptitude, Mathis is also a raving conspiracy theorist.
1 Scientific thoughts
1.1 The pi=4 theory
1.2 Derivative falsehood
2 Unified field theory
3 Conspiracy theories
3.1 Anti-Mathis scientist conspiracy
4 Response to RationalWiki
6 External links
The pi=4 theory
“”Quantitatively, this may be THE biggest error in all of math and physics, since every single physical equation with π in it must now be thrown out and redone.
ME :- I want to consider this more in regard to stepping motors?
For those who want to go straight to the pure mathematics of the theory (without all the tedious verbiage), read “The extinction of pi short version”, which contains his comical attempt at a formal
Listed below are the Mathis papers that describe his zany wronger than wrong unorthodox pi=4 theory:
What is pi?
ME :- 3.14 = 3 x 14 = 42 = Answer to everything ? HHGTTG
The extinction of pi (15 pages)
The extinction of pi short version (3 pages)
Proof from NASA that pi is 4
The Manhattan Metric
The Cycloid and the Kinematic Circumference
More on Running Tracks
A simple experiment proves pi=4
A well-written critique of the pi=4 theory has been written by computer scientist Mark Chu-Carroll.
Mathis claims that the derivatives used in calculus of many elemental functions (log(x), ln(x), etc.) have been calculated wrong and therefore any math or physical experiment that relies on them
must also be wrong. His evidence for this claim is nothing more than a reference to his own articles where he redefines the derivative; basically turning it into a rough approximation (an average
ME :- Need to review my maths stuff? long time since I was into it!
Unified field theory
See the main article on this topic: Theory of everything
The book reviews. Oh god, the fawning reviews.
“”This paper is not a historical overview of failed Unified Field Theories. Nor is it a philosophical treatise on the idea of the Unified Field. Nor is it an esoteric model based on extravagant and
untestable hypotheses. Nor is it the revelation of some new math, so difficult it requires large computers just to store the equations.
—Miles Mathis, The Unified Field Theory
“”This means that if the Earth were denser, you would weigh less, not more. You weigh less on the Moon not because it is less dense, or because it has less mass, but because its foundational
E/M field is stronger. And its foundational E/M field is stronger because the Moon’s radius is smaller than the Earth’s. Although the Moon’s body is less dense, as a whole, its E/M field is more
dense, on the surface. And this is simply because it has so much less surface area than the Earth (13 times less). You can’t just look at mass or density, you have to look at field lines; and the
density of those field lines at the surface determines the strength of the foundational E/M field.
—Miles Mathis, What is G?
Mathis is perhaps most notable for his screed on the Unified Field Theory, which purports to derive a unified field equation, “the solution of a very long mystery.” He provides no sources for this
theory except for his own. His theory is essentially an esoteric model based on extravagant and untestable hypotheses.
“”This means that the dark matter math is also a type of modified Newtonian dynamics. It is modified in that it takes the definitions and turns them upside down. We could call it a FFAND: a
falsified and fudged Newtonian dynamics.
—Miles Mathis, deeply diving into alternative scientific theory that no one is capable of understanding except for Miles Mathis
The majority of his papers are an exercise in trying to justify a haphazard Unified Field, in which anything goes, including a mathematical proof of pi equaling 4. He states that he can say and
do anything he wants because he has to answer to nobody.[note 1]
Mathis has penned a couple of books that collect various random screeds from his web site together and attempts to pass them off as legitimate science.
Mathis subscribes to quite a number of conspiracy theories, usually by the effect of “X person faked their death”, “Y murder was a hoax” or “Z is an intelligence asset”. Given that belief in
conspiracy theories is often motivated by a sense of “special-ness”, and Mathis claims to have overturned almost all mathematics and science, this isn’t surprising.
To be clear, if I say ME:- yep, I mean I agree mostly with MM’s analysis
The Boston Marathon bombing was faked. ME:- yep
The Sandy Hook mass shooting is a “scripted tragedy”. ME:- yep
Unsurprisingly, he’s also a birther and 9/11 truther. ME :- what’s a birther, but yep
All major internet sites, NASA, and mainstream physics are infiltrated by the CIA. ME:- yep
John Lennon faked his death and is currently living in Canada. ME:- yep, but Canada? & his choice
The Zodiac killings were faked. ME:- don’t know what this is
Stephen Hawking died and was replaced by an impostor years before his reported death. ME:- yep, wasn’t real in the first place
The Lincoln assassination was faked. ME:- yep
Mathis regularly adds dozens of other equally absurd conspiracies. ME:- too vague
Anti-Mathis scientist conspiracy
To quote from Mathis’ page “debunking” conventional interpretations of the Cavendish experimentWikipedia’s W.svg:
You cannot find anything against Cavendish on the internet. I discovered the existence of one critique by S.J. Barnett, from 1902, but the abstract had recently been deleted by Harvard. Apparently
too many people were beginning to look at it, and they had to take it down.
The only abstract I could find was this one, by P.V. Czipott in STI, from 1983:
A superconducting gravimeter was used in a laboratory physics problem for the first time in the inverse square law of gravitation. The gravimeter test mass was used to measure the force exerted
by a 325 kg source mass as a function of the separation between the masses. The results of the experiment are interpreted in terms of two models of non-Newtonian gravity, and compared to
limits established by previous experiments. A statistically significant deviation at the level of 7.5 parts in 10 to the 3rd power from Newtonian behavior is observed. It does not conform to either of
the non-Newtonian models…
That sounds kind of dangerous to me, and I predict this abstract will soon be deleted as well.
The rest of the post asserts that science paywalls — rather than being relatively innocent capitalism-fueled endeavors — are set up to hide information.
Mathis exhibits blatant anti-semitism in his writings. He has claimed without proof that many non-Jewish individuals are actually Jewish, including Jack NicklausWikipedia’s W.svg, C.S. Lewis,
 Donald Trump, Elon Musk, Adolf Hitler, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Pierre-Simon de Laplace.
Response to RationalWiki
Mathis got mad at this page. Here are some quotes:
RationalWiki (which is known by most people outside their offices as RatWik or RatDik[note 2]) now has a page on me, which is nice. I appreciate the promotion. They could just not mention me at
all, which, considering what they say about me, would be the “rational” thing to do. If they are right and I am just a deluded crank, why have Google redirect all searches on Miles Mathis to their
page? Why the obvious and pathetic smear campaign? Do you really need to smear deluded cranks? No, logically and rationally, you can ignore deluded cranks, because they are no threat to any
real science. Therefore, logically and rationally, the fact that they feel it necessary to slander me with this prominent transparent project is another sign they are threatened.
I am kicking their sorry asses and the asses of their masters all over the field on a daily basis. But rather than respond in a scientific manner by addressing what I actually say, they hire a bunch of
nameless pussies hiding behind fake sites to build little “snarky” pages with zero content. I encourage you to read their anonymous response to me, and compare it in content to my papers.
They actually attack Newton on a page about me! Amazing. It’s an ego-trip alright, but one they just launched me on themselves. I can just see those who hired them finally getting around to reading
this: “What? You compared him to Newton? You boneheads! Why not put him on the same pedestal with Leonardo and Einstein while you are at it! We hire you to slander this guy on a half-page
and you can’t even get that right!”
I am probably already getting more hits than all of RatDiki, and this will just add to the gap. I certainly have more content. If Google didn’t pad the numbers of these Intel-front websites like RatDiki
by many orders of magnitude and suppress mine, we could discover that truth, but as it is we probably never will.
While they are waving their rubber swords in the air, glorying in the movements of their own girly arms, I am lopping their genitals off—and they are already too emasculated to notice. If they had a
lick of sense, they would have consulted my previous disembowelings of their confreres—who are now walking around dickless in Langley or Harvard or Berkeley or somewhere—and begged off.
But as proof they can’t read, they keep lining up for more.
That’s right, RatDiks, while you are and your pals are writing from sub-basement 12 at Langley—sucking on fumes from the boiler room—my writing committee is nested in the spire of the Burj
Khalifa, getting messages through the windows from eagles flying in from Etna and Everest. So you may as well tap out.
He — or someone who writes a lot like him — really doesn’t like this page.
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