Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 03:16:30 -0800 (PST)
From: "David Lynch" <dnl1960 at>
Subject: Book Signing
To: "Ronald L. Mallett" <RLMallett at>


Are you planning to have a book signing in or around the Atlanta Georgia area?
I would very much like to have a signed copy of your Time Traveler book.

Like you a death experience has forged my life's work.
On June 19th 1977, I was involved in a serious car accident that took the life of a close friend.
For 26 years, I was a peace with that night.

On September 16th 2003, I had an epiphany that has forever changed the way that I see time.
I was writing a story line that I call, A Pair of Dimes. Using the logic of that story, I looked at the memory of my car wreck in the reverse.

Four years later, I have created an equation that I call the KnoWell that uses the logic of Socrates, the force of Newton,
and the energy of Einstein to describe a moment of time.

Below is a link to a letter that I wrote to Itzhak Bars that describes my position on time.

I would like permission to incorporate a modified version of your time machine into my book called, Intuition.
In that story, future man echoes back quantum information to past man. Using the vibration if ones DNA as the target receptor frequency.

I have only had about an hour to think about this concept in relation to your machine.
In general the device would be like a radio station that broadcasts through time.
The modified Mallett machine opens a hole. Then the hole is oscillated to the frequency of the target person's DNA.

This could explain what some call direct revelation.

My gut feel is that time travel is limited to wave forms.
That Einstein was mostly correct with the statement energy equals mass time the speed of light squared.
His error was to put all of time into one variable, T.

To correct this mistake Einstein's equation should be written, ((P(+l+w+h)c)*(F(-l-w-h)c)).
((Past times mass times the speed of light), times, (future times inverse of mass times the speed of light)).

Most scientist immediately give me an F. Failing my concept out of pure ignorance.
I wish they would give me at least an E for effort or a C for compassion.
Some might even see that the KnoWell is an A for absolutely incredibly logical.

I appreciate your time, and I would very much like a signed copy of Time Traveler.

Thank you,
David Noel Lynch