Dear Mark,
You are always (and now especially) welcome with
an guest editorial on the Blog Ego Out.
However I predict you are only a temporary martyr
of the LENR oppression. Truth will triumph.

On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 5:11 PM, David Roberson <> wrote:

> The timing of this action speaks volumes to me.  I hope this is not
> indicative of what we can expect to see in the future.
>  Mark[mg], I wish you well and thank you for your brave reporting about a
> subject that apparently hits some raw nerves.
>  Dave
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jones Beene <>
> To: vortex-l <>
> Sent: Wed, Jul 24, 2013 12:37 am
> Subject: RE: [Vo]:Forbes LENR Coverage
>   I only wish that I could cancel my non-existent subscription in
> protest. The “capitalist tool” is already infamous for giving its
> advertisers a high level of “editorial voice” which is pretty much in line
> with the emerging doctrine of corporate “personhood” and other niceties of
> the brave new world, so I guess we better get used to it.
> This probably means that a few corporate advertisers and trade groups
> already control most of the content of this magazine in hidden ways,
> including silencing voices which threaten the various hegemonies - not just
> oil. How long before all magazines give the same level of control -
> abdicating any sense of fairness or journalistic responsibility, and just
> as openly?
> The unification of advertising and journalism is scary, to say the least,
> but actually using that kind of influence to silence other voices is
> scarier. Forbes certainly appears to wants to be the frontrunner in moving
> the bar beyond even “personhood” … Malcolm would be so proud of little
> Stevie…
> *“You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who
> can do nothing for him.”—Malcolm S. Forbes.*
> Jones
> *From:*
>  Ladies and Gentlemen,
>  Following my last post to my blog on Forbes (
> my tenure with that organization has come to an end.
>  Before the conspiracy theorists proclaim that it was due to my ongoing
> interest in LENR be aware that there is no (obvious) evidence for that
> conclusion and it probably owes more to editorial policy and poor
> communication than anything overtly conspiratorial.
>  I will still cover any significant LENR developments in my Network World
> blog ( but the focus there
> is considerably different so unless it has a significant bearing on IT the
> topic won't get covered.
>  Thanks for all your plaudits, criticisms, and comments in my Forbes
> postings over the last couple of years.
>  Regards,
>  Mark Gibbs.

Dr. Peter Gluck
Cluj, Romania

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