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Open mindedness is probably the most powerful tool any of you could
ever hope to achieve. Letting your ego and attitudes towards different
theories and what not control your whole view on reality does not help
you. The laws and theories of current modern day physics are not
final. We may never see the true picture. And it is probably worse
that we assume all the great discoveries made will always be a
foundation we will work on, than of a structure we may use depending
on whether we learn that our current structure needs to be adjusted a
little. You may follow the mathematical equations like connecting
dots... but you must also keep your mind open when it comes to
theories.. and to think about magnetic energy.. just think about what
kind of affect that would have on all the economies of the world if it
really could make a huge difference. It would be completely
disasterous. Maybe I'm wrong, but try and keep an open mind and you
just might strike something great. Something like that.
 
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Christopher Ott

Jan 1, 1970
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Open mindedness is probably the most powerful tool any of you could
ever hope to achieve. Letting your ego and attitudes towards different
theories and what not control your whole view on reality does not help
you. The laws and theories of current modern day physics are not
final. We may never see the true picture. And it is probably worse
that we assume all the great discoveries made will always be a
foundation we will work on, than of a structure we may use depending
on whether we learn that our current structure needs to be adjusted a
little. You may follow the mathematical equations like connecting
dots... but you must also keep your mind open when it comes to
theories.. and to think about magnetic energy.. just think about what
kind of affect that would have on all the economies of the world if it
really could make a huge difference. It would be completely
disasterous. Maybe I'm wrong, but try and keep an open mind and you
just might strike something great. Something like that.


In the late 90's I worked with a guy (at Hewlett Packard no less) who was
absolutely convinced that a "Searl Effect" generator was not only possible,
but positively simple. He rounded up a few lackeys and they all spent their
lunchtime "crunching numbers". After a few months the group disbanded.

Haven't been there in years, but I doubt he ever lived that one down. He had
a BSEE in Physics. Nice guy, but kind of a dufus...

Chris
 
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Rich the Philosophizer

Jan 1, 1970
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Open mindedness is probably the most powerful tool any of you could
ever hope to achieve. Letting your ego and attitudes towards different
theories and what not control your whole view on reality does not help
you. The laws and theories of current modern day physics are not
final. We may never see the true picture. And it is probably worse
that we assume all the great discoveries made will always be a
foundation we will work on, than of a structure we may use depending
on whether we learn that our current structure needs to be adjusted a
little. You may follow the mathematical equations like connecting
dots... but you must also keep your mind open when it comes to
theories.. and to think about magnetic energy.. just think about what
kind of affect that would have on all the economies of the world if it
really could make a huge difference. It would be completely
disasterous. Maybe I'm wrong, but try and keep an open mind and you
just might strike something great. Something like that.

We are _made of_ Magnetic energy, in resonance with Electric energy.

For more information, please feel free to visit http://www.godchannel.com

Cheers!
Rich
 
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Frank Raffaeli

Jan 1, 1970
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Open mindedness is probably the most powerful tool any of you could
ever hope to achieve. Letting your ego and attitudes towards different
theories and what not control your whole view on reality does not help
you. The laws and theories of current modern day physics are not
final. We may never see the true picture. And it is probably worse
that we assume all the great discoveries made will always be a
foundation we will work on, than of a structure we may use depending
on whether we learn that our current structure needs to be adjusted a
little. You may follow the mathematical equations like connecting
dots... but you must also keep your mind open when it comes to
theories.. and to think about magnetic energy.. just think about what
kind of affect that would have on all the economies of the world if it
really could make a huge difference. It would be completely
disasterous. Maybe I'm wrong, but try and keep an open mind and you
just might strike something great. Something like that.

I'm disappointed. You try to inspire and then try to inspire fear.
Fear of something vague. Fear of junk-science.

Real discoveries come from sacrifice and study. Most of the time
building on other's work. JMHO.

Frank
 
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Stanislaw Flatto

Jan 1, 1970
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Christopher said:
In the late 90's

So you are late, those things don't die, just change.
In early '60 I am working in testing group of Israel Aircraft Industries
so very little attention was given to things that could not be recorded
and explained. Our boss _almost normal_, married + 6 children, one day
approached the chieff engineer with a request to meet his uncle who is
constantly engaged building test designs of "perpetuum mobile" and won't
listen to mathematical reasoning.

Haven't been there in years, but I doubt he ever lived that one down. He had
a BSEE in Physics. Nice guy, but kind of a dufus...

Chris


Have fun

Stanislaw.
 
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Robert Baer

Jan 1, 1970
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....and this mumbling is related to electronics HOW?
 
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Jeroen Belleman

Jan 1, 1970
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Stanislaw said:
Christopher said:
In the late 90's

So you are late, those things don't die, just change.
[...]
constantly engaged building test designs of "perpetuum mobile" and won't
listen to mathematical reasoning.

Crackpots everywhere.

I was once approached by an overly polite fellow who claimed to have
invented a gadget that tapped the energy of empty space. He even
had it with him: A fist-sized closed metal box with some connectors
and wires hanging out. If he could just borrow my spectrum analyzer
for a day, he should be able demonstrate that it actually worked.

Worried about the well-being of my analyzer, I asked him how much
power he expected to produce. He couldn't answer that, but over
the course of the discussion, during which he became more and
more protective of his ideas, I gathered the box contained some
vibrating mechanical relay contraption. Of course, I refused to
lend him my analyzer!

Then his attitude changed completely: Suddenly I was a member of
the establishment, seeking to destroy all attempts to save the
world only to protect my own interests.

The world will have to do without the energy of empty space.
My fault. Oh well, at least I saved my spectrum analyzer.

Jeroen Belleman
 
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Stanislaw Flatto

Jan 1, 1970
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Robert said:
...and this mumbling is related to electronics HOW?

Simple, you have to be "rocket scientist" to not-comprehend that on the
continuum of time-space in era of third millenium AD everything can be
blamed on electronics. (jumps to quantum mechanics allowed to people of
IQ's above single digit).

Have fun

Stanislaw.
 
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MooseFET

Jan 1, 1970
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Simple, you have to be "rocket scientist" to not-comprehend that on the
continuum of time-space in era of third millenium AD everything can be
blamed on electronics. (jumps to quantum mechanics allowed to people of
IQ's above single digit).

Also the suggested design is not good electronically. The inductance
is higher than it needs to be. The active media could have holes in
it to allow the capacitor's return path to flow through without
reducing the effectiveness of the device.

I think to be able to make a practical device like this, you really
need to be able to have a 1pS rise time on the 1MA current.
 
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Rich the Philosophizer

Jan 1, 1970
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...and this mumbling is related to electronics HOW?

Electronics happens at the balance point between electricity and magnetism.

In fact, everything does:

Spirit sez:
"I am Light, the Great Spirit, the Great Yang. I am the essential and
universal masculine force of Creation. My energy is like electricity,
^^^^^^^^^^^
like lightning, the energy of inspiration, ideas and thoughts. And as I
evolve,more and more of me finds my truest nature... Loving Spirit.
...
"The other essential half of Deity is the Great Mother, the cosmic womb
of creation. She is the one I love, and to whom I owe my existence in
manifestation. It is she who opens and holds the space that contains my
Light. She is the magnetic field of being within whom my colors and hues
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
take form.
"She is the Mother of Creation, the great feminine power of
the universe. She is known as the Holy Mother, the Mother of Everything,
the Great Yin. She is the Will of Creation. Her essence is magnetic, like
the energy of gravity... it is drawing, holding, supporting and
nurturing. The Mother's energy is both subtle and powerful... emotional,
feeling and grounding."
- http://www.godchannel.com/who.html
[emphasis mine]

Well, you _did_ ask. :)

Cheers!
Rich
 
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Tim Williams

Jan 1, 1970
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MooseFET said:
I think to be able to make a practical device like this, you really
need to be able to have a 1pS rise time on the 1MA current.

What would that be, gamma radiation, roughly? If it were periodic and
radiated from a rather small inductance, of course.

(In terms of some sort of displacement current I guess, since we obviously
can't be talking about 1e6 * 6.3e19 electrons/second when talking about
electromagnetic particles...)

Tim
 
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Tam/WB2TT

Jan 1, 1970
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Jeroen Belleman said:
Stanislaw said:
Christopher said:
In the late 90's

So you are late, those things don't die, just change.
[...]
constantly engaged building test designs of "perpetuum mobile" and won't
listen to mathematical reasoning.

Crackpots everywhere.

I was once approached by an overly polite fellow who claimed to have
invented a gadget that tapped the energy of empty space.
..................................

He was probably talking about Zero Point Energy. Look it up - wild.

Tam
 
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John Larkin

Jan 1, 1970
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Open mindedness is probably the most powerful tool any of you could
ever hope to achieve. Letting your ego and attitudes towards different
theories and what not control your whole view on reality does not help
you. The laws and theories of current modern day physics are not
final. We may never see the true picture. And it is probably worse
that we assume all the great discoveries made will always be a
foundation we will work on, than of a structure we may use depending
on whether we learn that our current structure needs to be adjusted a
little. You may follow the mathematical equations like connecting
dots... but you must also keep your mind open when it comes to
theories.. and to think about magnetic energy.. just think about what
kind of affect that would have on all the economies of the world if it
really could make a huge difference. It would be completely
disasterous. Maybe I'm wrong, but try and keep an open mind and you
just might strike something great. Something like that.


Open mindedness also encourages an expansive view of the number of
concepts that can be classified as "crap."

John
 
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martin griffith

Jan 1, 1970
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On 27 Mar 2007 18:19:50 -0700, in sci.electronics.design
Open mindedness is probably the most powerful tool any of you could
ever hope to achieve. Letting your ego and attitudes towards different
theories and what not control your whole view on reality does not help
you. The laws and theories of current modern day physics are not
final. We may never see the true picture. And it is probably worse
that we assume all the great discoveries made will always be a
foundation we will work on, than of a structure we may use depending
on whether we learn that our current structure needs to be adjusted a
little. You may follow the mathematical equations like connecting
dots... but you must also keep your mind open when it comes to
theories.. and to think about magnetic energy.. just think about what
kind of affect that would have on all the economies of the world if it
really could make a huge difference. It would be completely
disasterous. Maybe I'm wrong, but try and keep an open mind and you
just might strike something great. Something like that.

The second law of thermodynamics holds, I think, the supreme
position among the laws of Nature. If someone points out to you
that your pet theory of the universe is in disagreement with
Maxwell's equations - then so much the worse for Maxwell's
equations. If it is found to be contradicted by observation,
well, these experimentalists do bungle things sometimes. But
if your theory is found to be against the second law of
thermodynamics I can give you no hope; there is nothing for
it but to collapse in deepest humiliation.
Arthur Eddington




martin
 
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MooseFET

Jan 1, 1970
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What would that be, gamma radiation, roughly? If it were periodic and
radiated from a rather small inductance, of course.

(300000KM/S)*1PS = 0.3mM It wouldn't be anywhere near the gamma ray
range.
BTW: Since it is electrons, it would be X-Rays not gamma in any case.

(In terms of some sort of displacement current I guess, since we obviously
can't be talking about 1e6 * 6.3e19 electrons/second when talking about
electromagnetic particles...)

The elctrons are still in the picture. We have to provide enough
energy to each one to start modulating its mass. I think that this
system would not use an LM555.
 

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