Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all

Lynx

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Did anyone listen to what he had to say?
Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

PeakPositive

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Quote from Lynx on August 6th, 2018, 04:00 AM
Did anyone listen to what he had to say?
Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:
I listened to first hour, not that impressed.

If ya gonna talk the talk – about anti-gravity- then walk the walk and make a workable devise. IMO

Matt Watts

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Agreed.

I read some of this guys stuff on gravity, I'm not convinced.

Of all the stuff I have researched, W.B. Smith is the only one talking about a tempic field.  Everyone else likes to use space-time which mixes the tempic field with the space fabric.  Just doesn't seem like the correct logical approach to me.  Space is space and fields are fields; mixing the two just makes things more difficult.

We know gravity is somehow related to the magnetic field as demonstrated by Boyd Bushman's drop test.  The speed at which an object falls has a time component, so to me gravity is likely a hybrid mix of the tempic and electric fields.  It's a pushing force.  The universe pushes on the earth and the earth very slightly pushes back.  A magnetic field acts at right angles to both an electric field and the tempic field, so it just makes sense to me that the correct configuration of a magnet field would indeed cause a deviation of gravity.  It would have to.  This leads me to think that electrical energy could be extracted from gravity.  All that would be needed is the right type of magnetic disturbance that would separate the tempic from the electric, likely redirecting the vector of gravity.  And if time is involved, then we need to use it in such a way as to charge a capacitor quickly and discharge it slowly.  In this manner the apparent energy we extract comes directly from the tempic field, again something no one else talks about or uses very vague terms like "the third field".  I have a few experiments in mind that I will attempt and just see if I can determine any validity to my thoughts--walking the walk.

Lynx

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Ok,thanks.
He talks about using anti gravity to make HHO, that kinda makes me question what's really the thing here, to create anti gravity or to make HHO.
Maybe I just don't see the forest for all the trees.
But anyway :-)

PeakPositive

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Not exactly sure what this is,,, could it be a secret Anti-Gravity craft from you know who ?

Also the guy says there is a kind of bubble of haze around the craft and what looks like landing pads/feet on the craft.

I consider this could be heat from the craft and those could be jet nozzles at the bottom!!!

What ever it is the X design looks interesting.

It would be interesting if someone could camp out where they were and try to capture more video and pictures of this craft.

Also this could be fake but a good one if it is.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4FWWR9_Wyg


Lynx

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Quote from PeakPositive on August 8th, 2018, 04:08 PM
Not exactly sure what this is,,, could it be a secret Anti-Gravity craft from you know who ?
Looks very legit, thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

My 2C says that men in black have been busy replicating that which is yet to come for the rest of us human beings here.
Ideas for this aircraft is no doubt taken from that which originated from somewhere outside of this small planet.

To digress, I'm trying to come up with printable templates for wiring Caduceus coils for the sake of, as closely as possible anyway, sharing that which anyone could use to wind such a "standardised" coil, or set of coils, to which equally standardised driving circuits could be connected for the sake of enabling us to perform experiments with and share settings (frequencies, modus operandis at tuning, measuring methods, etc) which yields such effects that which we're hoping to see, such as apparent loss or gain of weight, timepieces ticking more slow or fast compared to those outside the experimental setup at hand, etc.

IMO that would be a good way to get started tinkering as, well, you gotta start somewhere :-)

Matt Watts

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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We'll figure it out.  Think counter rotating magnetic fields and what might happen to the other two fields caught in between...    :-)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eLeUBSqfcM
Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Everything owes its existence solely and completely, to spin.

Lynx

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Look at that Saturn 5 go :thumbsup2:
So far it's the only vehicle that which, to our knowlege anyway, has taken human beings to another World.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmO2xMPY_JU
Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Quote from Matt Watts on August 9th, 2018, 12:54 PM
We'll figure it out.  Think counter rotating magnetic fields and what might happen to the other two fields caught in between...    :-)
I think this is key to get whatever effects we're looking for, I.E powering any number of coils in one and the same setup using different frequencies, dutycycles, etc.
Then when some interesting effect has been verified as being replicable, duly note everything and move on to the next, or perhaps even throw in some semi high voltage (800 - 1000 V) electric fields here and there, to sugar the top a bit, see if some more happy effects pops up from nowhere :-D
Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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One idea which springs to mind regarding Caduceus coils would be to wind filament kinda coils, giving 90 degree crossings all around the core.


Matt Watts

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Makes me wonder somewhat about the old style RF chokes like this one:



They used that criss-cross pattern for some reason and it escapes me why.

Lynx

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Well that's amazing.
What if the spool machine went haywire (well, not literally) and instead wound the coils in a 90 degree perpendicular fashion by mistake and the quality department later on found out that they couldn't turn the damn thing off once they fired it up, not even when they unplugged it, it just kept on playing?
Then we know what would have happened.
The quality department would have disappeared without a trace.

Matt Watts

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Probably a good way to get yourself some unwanted attention sending tensor energy to a far away galaxy.

Lynx

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Can't wait to get busy transmitting some of it to them :thumbsup2:
Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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I wonder if the intergalactic signal for 'help me' is 3 short 3 long 3 short?
Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Actually, it would probably be better if we transmitted "WARNING!!!!! STAY THE HELL AWAY FROM HERE!!!!! WE'RE SET ON SELF DESTRUCT AND THE TIMER IS RUNNING"

Matt Watts

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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You know Lynx, that binding force meter Mr. Smith constructed...

I understand why "The Boys Topside" would want someone to experiment with this contraption.  It measures what we call the force of gravity which I believe most have the concept very screwed up.  Let me explain my thoughts on this...

Gravity is a hybrid field composed of the fundamental tempic and electric fields.  It is for all essential purposes the Aether.  It exists everywhere and is a pushing force.  Think of it as Aetheric pressure.  It pushes on the earth, keeping us grounded.  The earth acts as a partial shield to this force and when we move away from the earth, this forces pushes on us equally from all sides.  I'll go a step further, this binding force is what keeps all matter "bound" together and without it, all matter in the universe would explode and disintegrate back into fundamental fields.  And I do mean ALL matter:  molecules, atoms, protons, neutrons, electrons, quarks, sub-quarks, everything.  It is the ever pervasive squeezing force that smashes matter into existence.  So....

That last thing in the world you want is an "anti-gravity" device.  Such a device would eliminate matter completely.  Instead, you want a device that redirects this pushing force.  In essence you create a shield in front of your space vehicle by sucking in this field from the front and sending it back out the rear to push you forward--basically just a 180 degree phase shift from intake to exhaust.

In any event, if my thoughts are correct, space travel seems rather simple.  This stuff we call gravity is quite essential and could give us everything we need to quite literally, move forward.

Lynx

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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A theory as good as any, thanks Matt :thumbsup:

Sure, trying out coils above a scale to see if some weight on it changes while you're tuning sounds just as good as placing coils under a scale for the same reason.

For the time being I'm most inclined to have a go at a Caduceus coil, just to see what gives with that one.

Then there's of course tons of other coils that google shows me while searching for Caduceus/Tensor coils, all with their unique characteristics, etc.

Suffice it to say, at the end of the day, these coils of sort will ultimately get us moving ahead towards understanding the fields that mr. Smith talked about.
Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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To further pi$$ off those who's easily P:ed off that way, which credible online UFO reporting sites are there out there?

MUFON is said to sieve through filed reports and discard those which they find to be filled with too much BS, which makes their official reports more or less credible then.

And yes, if it's only found on Youtube, chances are that the clip at hand is nothing but a waste of time, produced by a troll.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UFO_organizations

Matt Watts

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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I'm partial to this one.

I like ol' George Filer and he seems to be pretty much a straight shooter.  I know he was interviewed by Dr. Greer as part of the Disclosure Project.

When he was in the Air Force, he actually attempted to chase one of these crafts, so he knows first hand what's out there.  Sounds like a book doesn't it?


There are some guys out there like Frank Chille Jr frankchille@hotmail.com that have really wild stories--could be true, could be an overactive imagination.  Really hard to say.

This ol' guy has spent a lifetime tying all the loose ends together.  He connects much of the long history of this planet into something you can begin to get your head wrapped around.

Lynx

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Awesome, many thanks Matt  :thumbsup2:

Matt Watts

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Lynx,

Found something that fills in a lot of holes after researching Mr. Smith's work.   Have a listen:
http://reciprocalsystem.org/video/rs2/introduction

Lynx

Re: Abstract workshop challenge: Travel to the stars in no time at all
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Quote from Matt Watts on May 31st, 07:34 PM
Lynx,

Found something that fills in a lot of holes after researching Mr. Smith's work.   Have a listen:
http://reciprocalsystem.org/video/rs2/introduction
Fascinating, many thanks Matt.
Appreciate it :thumbsup: