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You are here: > News > November 14, 2012

NASA Senior Scientist, Dennis Bushnell threatens James Martinez

In preparation for the Global Breakthrough Energy conference in Holland, Martinez contacted Bushnell about speaking at the conference. Apparently pushing a button, Martinez instead received a tirade, including a threat of repercussions from Navy Seals.

By Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

James Martinez made a shocking disclosure at the Global Breakthrough Energy Conference in Hilversum, Holland, on November 11, 2012.

I knew what was coming because he had primed me for it earlier with some hints. So I had my camera out and shot a video of his statement when he made it during his scheduled lecture at the conference.

James lives in Los Angeles where he has many friends and associates in the world of Hollywood. His bio at reads:

A media ecologist by trade, James Martinez has been spreading the word about the benefits of Cold Fusion, which he describes as man’s greatest invention since the wheel. Coming soon he will be appearing in the film “The Believers”, discussing the ramifications of Cold Fusion and the technological effects that face the world. Mr. Martinez aims to wake the public up from the deep electronic, hypnotic sleep where he believes most of America resides.

Martinez said that in preparation for the conference, he was seeking to find a high-profile, credible scientist to speak about LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, colloquially referred to as "cold fusion"). Someone had recommended Dennis Bushnell, Senior Scientist at NASA, who has given various presentations on LENR.

So he called Dr. Bushnell.

Apparently, in the course of the conversation, James said something that set Bushnell off, pushing a button, so to speak, and Bushnell launched into a tirade about how "dangerous" cold fusion is, and that James should do something else. When James reminded Bushnell that driving the streets of LA is pretty dangerous too, but that doesn't stop him, Bushnell then said something about there being Seal teams on the East and West Coasts, as if to threaten him that if he didn't comply and stand down, that there could be consequences.

Well, James isn't that kind of person, one to be threatened and just remain silent.

Here's the video of Martinez' report.

On November 13, 2012, I phoned Bushnell on a recorded line (disclosed), to get his response, and he said the allegation was "crap."

I asked Martinez what he thought of Bushnell's response, to which he responded:

"It's a lie. He knows the call is being recorded and he probably doesn't want to confess anything. I don't care either way. I'll deal with it later. He's shown his colors. End of story. I recall quite well.... Thanks for all you do."

My Experience with Bushnell

While talking about Bushnell, I should share my personal experience with him when I met him at the Conference on Future Energy (COFE) in D.C. in 2006. Here was a high-ranking guy from NASA, so I asked him what he thought about UFOs. This was a one-on-one conversation at an outside-the-box conference, and I was kind of hoping he would say something like, "Officially, NASA doesn't endorse this, but it is clearly obvious that we have visitors."

But instead, he said something to the effect: "There is no way you can travel through space because of [cosmic ray] radiation." 

To which I replied, "Surely an advanced civilization could come up with ways to shield against that." 

But he tersely responded: "You can't shield against it."

I found that very lame, and lacking in imagination at best; but for someone as smart, informed, and connected as he is, he struck me as a cover-up agent, spouting a lie in support of a particular meme that NASA has turned into: namely giving the appearance of pushing the frontiers of space, while simultaneously denying the whole UFO/extraterrestrial thing; when in reality, the black budget projects, for which they are covering up, have had advanced flight technologies for decades.

My experience with Bushnell was consistent with the account that James gave at the conference. 

One other thing about this exchange that is troubling is that Bushnell specified the "Seals" as being agents at their behest to carry out such bully tactics.

I have a hard time believing that Constitution-loving Seals would have any involvement in such things, unless they were given some lie about their intended victim. I'll tell you one thing: I couldn't fathom serving in the U.S. military at this time in history, when the US has become more about empire than freedom. I wish some of those who have sworn to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign AND domestic, would do more to clean house than to follow orders by corrupt administrators.

Other Developments

Also in his presentation, Martinez said that his present focus is to bring funding to cold fusion technologies. When I was having breakfast with him on November 10, Martinez said he was tired of all the talk and wanted to see action.

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