Once again we are treated to the full force of Tom Bearden's prodigious intellect as he throws the spotlight on a variety of topics, starting with Entropy.

From there the remainder of this 70 minute get-together with Tom is like a gifted musician's solo, as one association leads to another.

Topics include descriptions of a number of magnetic motors, the treatment of equilibrium, various inventors, and a host of other issues which take us all the way to the flaws in Aristotelian logic and its deficiencies as applied to quantum physics and, ultimately, to the human psyche and condition. In fact Tom tiptoes around concepts that he first posited in his groundbreaking Master's Thesis “Quiton/ Perceptron Physics: A Theory of Existence, Perception, and Physical Phenomena” and his first book, “Excalibur Briefing.

John Bedini, too, makes an appearance, explaining his replication of the magnetic Wankel motor.

If you are seeking to explore scientific boundaries, this DVD will not disappoint.

Note: a couple of short segments have appeared in previous DVDs, but they are repeated here as they are in their original context and unedited.