Discoverup 2001

Postscript to Unification

Written by Richard Savage

The New York Public Library

Stephen A. Schwartzman Building

General Research - Room 315

Call Number: JFD 02-19333



Filmmaker’s Statement

I was contacted in 2007 to video tape a discussion that took place in midtown Manhattan, between Mr. Richard Savage (an independent scholar of modern physics and the philosophy of science), Dr. Sternglass (a world renown physicist) and Richie Havens (the legendary world renown folk singer) - who called upon me personally,  as Mr. Havens often did when he had exciting information he believed was important enough to be documented and eventually shared with the world.


Sadly, Richie Havens passed away on Earth Day April 22, 2013. This program is directly a purposeful tribute to his persistence and deep intelligence.


During that special video tape session, which was moderated by Mr. Kevin Sanders, renowned science journalist, I came away hearing about the intriguing physical scientific conclusion that had been reached. I must say my investigative curiosities were piqued and the subject of the conversation among these astute, thoughtful men raised many troubling questions I could not fathom or answer. Perhaps, the most important of which is,


Why exactly hasn’t the physical scientific community acknowledged the validity and significance of Mr. Savage’s important work?


I have learned through my own inquiry and research since that time, that certain notable scientific experts have admitted and noted that the work presented in Mr. Savage’s book Discoverup 2001 Postscript to Unification should be given the “serious consideration it deserves”.


Moreover, Dr. Ernest J. Sternglass himself agrees fully with Mr. Savage’s conclusion - that the only physical interactions that physicists have ever observed and measured or experienced in any physical scientific experimental setting, including those experiments now taking place within the giant particle accelerator in a facility known as CERN located in the Northwest suburbs of Geneva, are strictly a matter of electromagnetic interactions only at work.


And why then, is so much funding, attention, time and energy spent on research trying to discover the underlying fundamental nature of physical nature itself, when Savage claims, in fact, that it has already been discovered and physicists should know it?


My curiosity led me to private discussions with Mr. Savage about the subject he explores thoroughly and presents with certainty, while he challenges the physical scientific community to refute the case of his work.


And while I am not qualified to take a knowledgeable position at this time, I would like to know why prominent physical science authorities are refusing to face this challenge and conclusion, rather than seriously considering Mr. Savage’s work.


If the New York Public Library has accepted his book as worthy of being included in its research library, is it too much to ask of the scientific community to offer their professional opinions? Is his work meaningless and confusing or simply not worthy of further consideration? Or is his work a key to the door of a secret closet of truth that the physical scientific community would rather not open?


The following video excerpts were taken from conversations that took place among this eclectic group of individuals in 2007, excerpts from Harold Channing’s Interview talk show recorded in the 1990’s and recent on-camera interviews with Mr. Savage who believes that physical scientific information should be widely shared and used in every possible way to improve the human condition as a whole.


With many gaps to be filled, this video program intends to present information few others have dared to consider based on known scientific facts.


I would like to thank Mr. Kevin Sanders for his support regarding this video program and for his professionalism as the voice over personality who so eloquently leads us through this brief presentation.


Respectfully submitted,

Joseph F. Nardelli


This project as currently in post production.