Ether and other false thingies

Belfior

Ether and other false thingies
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Energy conservation does not only mean, that energy can't be created. It means it WAS all created in the big bang, Somehow a magnet going past a coil of wire gets this energy even it was created 15 billion years ago somewhere else. Funny how it appeared in your coil. Maybe it affected a field that is everywhere?

Is Mr. Silvertooth a liar and is he colluding with Mr. Tesla?

http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.418.8179&rep=rep1&type=pdf

patrick1

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mate you list of reading material is impressive.,  tesla coil thingys are cool

Belfior

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Well I only use this material for masturbation. My real interests lie in gardening
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Just realized that if you fly beside and electron, there is no magnetic field. Only the static E-field of the "particle". Yet when it moves in relation to a copper wire you get a magnetic field you get a charge in the wire. So the static charge creates a strain in the Ether and we perceive that as a magnetic field. The particle is a boat sailing the waters of ether.

also resonance is just room temperature superconductivity.

This might lead to antigravity too. If you move the electrons so, that to the outside of the craft they create a massive wave in the ether and inside it negates. The biggest problem with anti-grav is that people keep searching for this thing called "gravity" and really there are just charges. If you tell the ether you are not there, then you are not there

I need to find out how to zap voltage into a battery. Like build it up to say 16V in a cap or something and then zap it to the positive terminal.

Gunther Rattay


Matt Watts

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Quote from Belfior on March 29th, 12:22 AM
also resonance is just room temperature superconductivity.
See this link.