Respected Web Experts & Hackers,
I am not a hacker, and my question is not directly hacking related as I don’t want to hack anything.
The reason for me posting on this forum is that I am looking for reliable expert insights and opinion on an issue that is important for me (and others as well). Perhaps the most qualified experts in this subject can be found in this community, so I will try my luck here. If anybody can suggest another forum they consider more suited to my question, please let me know.
Introduction to the question:
I am involved in scientific research concerning phenomena that challenge some highly protected old (pseudo-)scientific dogmas, because they threaten the rule and power of the energy lobby. Physics professor Dr. Daniel Sheehan has published few papers about a new discovery/invention called solid-state Maxwell Demon that violates the 2nd law of thermodynamics, because it converts ambient heat energy into mechanical energy (without the need for temperature difference). It has met great opposition, and has been mostly ignored when not attacked.
Dr. Sheehan and his colleges have published their research progress on at least two websites some years ago, but by now both websites have been taken down. The site URLs:
It is quite possible that the websites have disappeared because this invention, and the underlying principle can be made into practical products that are too disruptive to publish in detail for the whole world. This could be also the reason why no further developments are being published. Even though his websites have been taken offline, you can still find traces of them at archive.org.
When you display the page of http://www.alternative-renewable-energy.com as it has been (allegedly) archived on 30.10.2008:
you will see a weird occurrence. On this snapshot of the page that supposed to have been taken in 2008, you can see also posts made in 2009, 2010, and 2012. If it was really archived in 2008, then how come it has posts made at later dates?
I suspect foul play, like trying to create false proof of earlier history (that didn’t really exist) at a later date, but making a mistake by not deleting links to future posts that should not have existed in 2008. Or alternatively, the original websites could have been purged from archive.org and falsified copies planted in their place to mislead people.
I would highly appreciate a detailed analysis of how could this happen, and what are the possible explanations observed on the archived pages of those websites. If you can discover other weird features that indicate foul play and manipulation, that would be also very valuable.
Thanks for your efforts and time in advance, knowing the accurate reliable truth about these things can help us a lot.