Podkletnov/Brown Connection

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Re: Podkletnov/Brown Connection

Postby arc » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:56 am

From your post Linda
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From where I stand, there are many pieces to the jigsaw and your input is definitely part of the BIG picture,As stated much earlier on I am not an engineer but I read a lot and visualise things and make conceptual links between things. I find "things" and "store" them away, and perhaps my role is just one day to present something to someone who understands more of the puzzle and who can connect the dots so as to speak. From what I have seen you do the same but in a slightly different field that has a direct and relational bearing to what is happening not just on this forum but also within this world.... keep it up

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Re: Podkletnov/Brown Connection

Postby htmagic » Mon Sep 22, 2008 10:31 am

Linda,

Thanks for the tip on the notebook. From what I read, the electrodes were glued, painted on. You can get copper tape with adhesive backing as well. I believe the stones might have been wrapped in plastic and a BNC (coax) cable attached to the electrodes on the rocks. The rocks act like a capacitor of sorts and are able to detect the gravity waves. Some rocks would put out a voltage and then reverse voltage after an 'event.' I believe this is what Dr. Brown was attempting to figure out.

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Re: Podkletnov/Brown Connection

Postby Chris Knight » Mon Sep 22, 2008 1:49 pm

You can use nickel or silver-based electrode paint that is available from electronics stores. I ocassionally see it at Fry's as well. The silver is more conductive, and both seem surprisingly expensive for the amount you get, although they go pretty far.

Yes, the original sensors the Brown's have are typically encased in a plastic resin with the cables feeding from contacts. The large piece of Koolau basalt is bare rock with a number of painted electrodes painted on its surface.

Townsend used a significant amount of journal space discussing what acted like an analogy to magnetic domains in the rocks. Given a number of electrodes on the Koolau basalt, for example, the various electrodes would have different respective voltage differences and reversals.

I've have a small pile of Koolau rocks I brought back from Hawaii a few years ago, but I've just never gotten around to testing them, so I couldn't tell you much more about it.
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Re: Podkletnov/Brown Connection

Postby arc » Thu Sep 25, 2008 5:57 am

Hello Andrew

Do you know if any of the rocks had one or more "faces" ground or cut into them, making a deliberate flat connection area?.
Granite has lots of quartz in it, or at least some granite does, and I know just where to go to get large blocks of it. I'm wondering if the effect is "modified" by pressure such as additional "static loading" placed on top of the sample, making it respond to events outside its normal "range". Did the detector use opamps. The coaxial cable idea is good. It screens out possible interference from power supplies in the "room". Can you tell me if any testing was done in a faraday cage.

Im sitting looking at a palm sized piece of white quartz in my hand. It "came home" with me from a 5 day hike I went on up to a mountain glacier.

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Re: Rock sensors

Postby Chris Knight » Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:05 am

Arc,

Petrovoltaics are definitely not my baliwick, so I can only repeat what are in the notes. That said, I don't think any facets or faces were cut into the rocks.

Exhaustive tests were performed to eliminate electrostatic, temperature, humidity, electromagnetic, etc. effects, so yes, a Faraday cage was used.
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Re: Podkletnov/Brown Connection

Postby arc » Thu Sep 25, 2008 7:55 am

Thanks Andrew

So if Im reading it right, ruling out known emf's, I guess we are left with that universal force and things that happen to perturb it...
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Re: Podkletnov/Brown Connection

Postby Linda Brown » Thu Sep 25, 2008 2:44 pm

Arc,

Yes, thats pretty much it. <g>

Regarding cutting facets. I know that this might seem insignificant but to my knowledge Dad NEVER cut any kind of facets in the " rocks" that he used and in fact the idea of it I think would have concerned him. He had a different relationship with those rocks. Thats why I returned most of them to their original homes, or at least " freed " many of the others. Breaking the rules of rationality here, the ones that remain with me, stay because they are not ready to leave. Linda
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Re: Podkletnov/Brown Connection

Postby arc » Mon Oct 06, 2008 2:10 am

Podkletnov audio interviews;
Interview -1:
http://www.intalek.com/AV/Eugene-Podkletnov.wma
The capability of “adjusting” the orbit of a satellite from down here.
The ability to generate hundreds of pounds of force in a coherent and directional impulse-beam of energy that resembles gravity.
The resultant force generated depends on the original voltage applied.
He mentions the Bifeld-Brown effect and that they are also looking into it. Also mentions the DeAquino effect and that they are looking into it.

Interview -2:
http://www.intalek.com/AV/Podkletnov-Breakthrough.wma
The ability to “deform” metal plates that are a “couple of inches thick” by hitting it with the beam.
The ability to make holes in solid concrete walls.


I find it interesting that he mentions the ability to “adjust” the orbit of satellites from here on earth, implying the beam is “interacting” with physical objects over considerable distances. It leaves one pondering just what they can now do to an undesirable oncoming aeroplane a few hundred km out, or other things that may be classed as unwanted, either above or below the surface of the planet, after all the energies penetration capabilities are almost the same as those of gravity.


Is this part of the "reasoning" behind the Russian rise in aggression since 2000-2001, a new found ability to "play tennis" or perhaps one should call it "squash" with the opposition?. arc
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