NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby Mikado14 » Sat Jan 03, 2009 4:15 pm

Trickfox wrote:Sorry FM, I read Adair's claims and I think he is a liar and fabricates a rather incredible story. I don't have any proof but his story looks like a "star trek adventure" more than a realistic tale. I was especially incredulous to his Experiments with the "get away special" experiment on the space shuttle where he uses sound to mix alloys in space. I would like to find more on this before I can dismiss it completely but I am not in the habit of chasing bad science to see if it has any merit. I will still look into it more.

Anyone else care to volunteer their opinion on Adair in this thread?


Good Morning Mr. Trickfox, I see you are out on the prowl.

As to Mr. Adair, I have read about some of his claims in regard to being inside a captured craft and that it responded to his touch. As for me, the jury is still out on this. However, I do not doubt the interfacing of being to machine I just haven't come to a conclusion of his veracity and/or the existence of such a craft at Area 51.

One item I might mention is the fact that I am sure many of the statements mentioned in the above posts could be checked out in the public record in some manner. Either way, one should not accept, based only upon credentials, claims in regard to Area 51.

Just my view,

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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby greggvizza » Sat Jan 03, 2009 4:20 pm

"A common example of Negative Resistance is the Ballast ( sometimes called a Transformer ) that is used in a Fluorescent lamp. Famous inventor and inventor of Alternating Current Nikola Tesla was widely credited for the discovery of the ( modern ) Fluorescent lamp and knew about Negative Resistance. The Fluorescent Tube would burn out very quickly if the current that was fed into it was not limited. The Ballast does this - it limits the current that can go to the Tube thereby stopping it from burning out. It is a form of Negative Resistance."

Kron I respect but not sure about the person that wrote the above paragraph. A Fluorescent ballast seems like everyday normal resistance (inductive reactance) to me.

Mikado was suppose to have caught that, but since he didnt....Oh wait he is no longer the enforcer, he is now Mr Nice Guy.

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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby FM No Static At All » Sat Jan 03, 2009 4:50 pm

Hey guys, Please don't shoot the messenger. I am inquiring about Adair, not taking his word. I was reading about Kron when I discovered the pages including David Adair. I had never heard of him before, so I was curious when I read that he was working on a fusion rocket when he was still a teen. Also, the stuff about him and the LeMay's, and also the fact that he is from Ohio. I seem to recall another mysterious gentleman from Ohio, was it Zanesville? I was wondering if these gentleman knew each other.

So now I will have my coffee and watch the snow gently falling outside my home office window. Good morning to you all.

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Re: Bubbles

Postby kevin.b » Sat Jan 03, 2009 6:58 pm

This just bubbled up from the king of the jungle,
http://www.astrosciences.info/NegativeGrav.htm
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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby Mikado14 » Sat Jan 03, 2009 10:34 pm

And some people shouldn't say beyond any measure of a shadow of any doubt that an idea is true without evidencial proof. I KNOW how the vortex model would apply in the Gravitor but does he who makes the concrete statements? That is why I ask a question when someone makes a factual statement to see the response.

Remember, scientists once made claim that a train couldn't travel faster than 35 mph cause a vacuum would be created and suffocate the passengers. They even attempted to prove it with math. A Locomotive Engineer one day, who didn't know the math, just decided to open the throttle and see how fast the locomotive could go. You know what? The math was wrong.

No one is right and no one is wrong, until the postulations are substantiated. May we all keep an open mind in regard to this.

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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby AM2 » Sun Jan 04, 2009 4:05 pm

I think that my mind will soon blow up due to being "overfascinated" with Dr. Brown's work and that of his companions. These people were b-r-i-l-l-i-a-n-t!

Sitting in my room at 2:00 A.M. in the morning, reading and then just laughing for half an hour like a maniac probably does not sound very balanced, but the problem is that these people were more than geniuses. Laughing out of joy that someone could formulate thoughts so elegantly and coherently.

Despite my lack of formal knowledge and experience I am tempted to start testing some of these downloads that I receive in practice.

As for madness, here are a couple of Salvador Dali's quotes:

Dali wrote:I don't take drugs: I am drugs.

The only difference between me and a Madman is that I am not mad.

At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since.


Dali employed a method he called "Paranoiac-critical activity" when painting. Uniting paranoia and critical thinking. Just perfect! The aspect of paranoia in which Dali was interested in is the ability of the brain to perceive links between things which rationally are not linked.

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Sub Rosa

Postby Griffin » Sun Jan 04, 2009 5:25 pm

When do you suppose important “sub rosa” matters related to TTB’s work will finally emerge into the light of a new dawning? It seems like an appropriate thought as we enter a new year. Anyone want to share her or his humble opinion?

As ever,

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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby skyfish » Sun Jan 04, 2009 6:12 pm

Has this guy been reading this forum?

Here at DivineCosmos.com, we have freely published a compelling scientific case for there being a Convergence, Shift of the Ages, dimensional shift or Ascension now underway. When this solar-system-wide process is complete, estimated to be within the timeframe of 2010-2013, we can expect an “Omega Point” event that is literally “beyond our wildest dreams.” The changes in the Solar System are only the more obvious and physical result of these changes, where the energy of consciousness itself is being upgraded, causing mass evolution to occur.


http://divinecosmos.com/index.php?optio ... view&id=13

It should be an interesting time.

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energy projects

Postby Griffin » Tue Jan 06, 2009 7:47 pm

Here's a link to the Orion Project of Dr. Greer and associates, relating a recent coal disaster in Tennessee and stressing the need for new, clean energy and their own development project:

http://us.mc530.mail.yahoo.com/mc/showMessage?fid=Inbox&sort=date&order=down&startMid=0&.rand=1820817186&da=0&midIndex=6&mid=1_17199528_ACUxvs4AANYbSWOCKgX6m20RTSA&prevMid=1_17200261_ACcxvs4AAAIlSWOFiw1pNAPgAD8&nextMid=1_17203941_ACQxvs4AAR5uSWOn9gLpmwIkIPQ&m=1_17202701_ACUxvs4AAQdvSWOkKg1zq0R9oSU,1_17201972_ACExvs4AAAvLSWOShAMg1XnWlrs,1_17201399_ACMxvs4AAMjcSWOQBwWDrx%2B1yBw,1_17200890_ACcxvs4AAD1fSWOKtQik9yRPXko,1_17200261_ACcxvs4AAAIlSWOFiw1pNAPgAD8,1_17199528_ACUxvs4AANYbSWOCKgX6m20RTSA,1_17203941_ACQxvs4AAR5uSWOn9gLpmwIkIPQ,1_17198929_ACMxvs4AADg%2FSWOBQAR5xRTgd3k,1_17198209_ACkxvs4AAC%2BDSWN%2FFgSsPErHxKk,1_17197399_ACcxvs4AAS9PSWN%2B3AuqsyDpLyk,1_17196770_ACkxvs4AAXSTSWN6BAzMDGXEp3Q,

Fortunately, various new energy developments are on the horizon. But how about what's already been developed with taxpayers' money? It's hard to believe that something applicable and probably essentially needed for civilian use hasn't been developed in the "black" world of classified research, based on TTB's work.

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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby FM No Static At All » Tue Jan 06, 2009 8:28 pm

Mr. Griffin,
Try this for the Orion Project: http://www.theorionproject.org/en/latestnews.html.

Cheers,

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Re: NOTEPAD for RANDOM IDEAS

Postby kevin.b » Mon Jan 12, 2009 6:02 pm

I couldn't recommend this video highly enough.
He does make one statement about not been able to measure the scalar wave fields yet, I did think "want to bet"
He talks a bit drearily, with an Irish twang, but watch it all.
http://tr.truveo.com/ScalarEnergy-in-He ... /478743926
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