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Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:17 am
by skyfish

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 12:11 pm
by Trickfox
red flag this (for myself)

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 10:52 pm
by skyfish
Interesting gravitator construction...

http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/EclipseL ... lgrav.html

skyfish

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 1:37 am
by FM No Static At All
skyfish wrote:Interesting gravitator construction...
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/EclipseL ... lgrav.html

I wonder what would happen if the electrodes were made progressively smaller toward the positive terminal?
Or what about varying the dielectric material between each electrode pair?
Hmm? Any ideas?

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 1:55 am
by skyfish
Hi FM,
Do you mean the layers of material? Like a wedge, or a triangle...or a pyramid?
I have wondered the same thing. Varied materials are also probably
something to look into.
How about a cellular grvitator that is wired to sequentially send voltage from
a series of capacitors, so the charge moves the length of the gravitator,
and then recycles again as the capacitors charge and discharge to the
gravitator?

Don't know if you folks have seen this.
Even has a Bahnson lab recreation.

http://rimstar.org/sdprop/index.htm#SOLID_DIELECTRIC

skyfish

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 4:59 am
by skyfish
Staggered capacitor elements...

http://www.geocities.com/warpcore91/Capunit.JPG

aether pump???

skyfish

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 5:34 am
by FM No Static At All
Mr. Skyfish,
I am speaking of two different variances, the first being the dielectric constants that would increase charge times from the negative to the positive, and also the electrode ends themselves being of unequal (asymmetric) proportions. And if anyone has experimented with this, it would be interesting to learn what results were obtained with each variance.

I have a theory regarding an asymmetric capacitor using increased air gap dielectric.
If the charge times of each successive "cell" is a bit longer than the one preceding it, there may be a cascade of energy many times greater than the input, at the final output stage. Now whether or not this would truly indicate an over unity gain is questionable, yet what I envisioned wasn't in regard to energy in that sense at all. I see the possibility of creating an aberration in the dimension of time. But of course the input energy required to pull off such an experiment may in itself prohibit the test outside of a computer simulation model.

It's just something that I see swirling about in the vortices of energy that we call thoughts. Although not gifted or experienced such as our resident Navigator, I do see things in spins and orbits, but unlike some rigid physics models, I see little vibrations in the energy structure that functions as the womb and cradle of particles. I see particles that are swirls of energy that are spinning so fast and in such a small radius, that it appears as if it were solid.

Okay, I just had an incredible thought! Magnetic polarity spinning, producing electric charge, also spinning and forming a cubic lattice structure of negative charge which spins off electrons to create the binding of other particles into more complex structures(1). The charges or polarities that manifest in our three dimensional reality are based on this aether cubic lattice structure of charge and polarity's inherent ability, and possibly purpose in life, to equalize polarities and charges in local space for matter to exist.

When a circuit (capacitor) of a particular geometry is charged with a voltage of the pulse duration, a cascade effect commences as the aether begins to get into the mix to "equalize" an "imbalance" in the fine structure of local space. So long as we can maintain this seemingly imbalanced condition in local space, the aether responds with its energy to compensate(2).

(1) The intelligence that gives the aether its form is called many thing. I simply refer to it as the primary source.
(2) The types of capacitors I am referring to here are those that we have been discussing here.

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 6:37 am
by skyfish
Hi FM,
The warpcore pictured in the previous link is described as
a BB cascade effect, and it has varied k values and masses
in the dielectrics. Asymmetry...again.

Okay, I just had an incredible thought! Magnetic polarity spinning, producing electric charge, also spinning and forming a cubic lattice structure of negative charge which spins off electrons to create the binding of other particles into more complex structures

This sounds like what APM is supposed describe.

but unlike some rigid physics models, I see little vibrations in the energy structure that functions as the womb and cradle of particles. I see particles that are swirls of energy that are spinning so fast and in such a small radius, that it appears as if it were solid.

Yes...seething with energy!...and preparticle...the womb so to speak....the aether. Superstring theory seems to best describe the vibrating energy forms that give rise to particles
but it is unproven.
It also says that there are multiple dimensions that are too small for us to detect and I think our relationship is rotation.

skyfish

Words

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 1:03 pm
by Mikado14
FM No Static At All wrote:When a circuit (capacitor) of a particular geometry is charged with a voltage of the pulse duration, a cascade effect commences as the aether begins to get into the mix to "equalize" an "imbalance" in the fine structure of local space. So long as we can maintain this seemingly imbalanced condition in local space, the aether responds with its energy to compensate.


It must start as a balanced system and be forced out of balance, in a manner of speaking. Nice way of describing it, I was kind of looking at it with different words but I see what you are saying. Mind if I use your words instead of mine? I looked at it more like symmetry vs. asymmetry within the aether, never thought about the word "balance". See how easy it is to get into a mind set? The simpler the words, the more people that can understand what in the hell one is saying.

Mikado

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 2:07 pm
by FM No Static At All
Mikado14 wrote:The simpler the words, the more people that can understand what in the hell one is saying.

Exactly what I have been doing in IT for many years. I wrote documentation for end users of business applications. Now I can see how applying the same principles to other disciplines can be advantageous to explain complexities in terms that can be easily understood by the non-technical person.

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 11:47 pm
by arc
Variations on the theme

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Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:38 pm
by skyfish
arc,
That is very good stuff. One of his devices looks a lot like one of Beardens.

http://www.cphonx.net/weffect/alt.php

Here is an interesting effect:

The team levitated the droplets using an effect called diamagnetism: when an external magnetic field was applied to the droplets, they created their own opposing magnetic field, initiating a repulsive force strong enough to counteract gravity. To set the droplets spinning, they implanted two tiny electrodes, which generated an electric field.

They found that once a droplet with a diameter of 1 centimetre reached about 3 revolutions per second, its shape, when viewed from above, became triangular, an effect never seen before in the lab


http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg2 ... holes.html

When an external magnetic field was applied to the droplets....water....sea water?

skyfish

Re: Thomas Townsend Brown Effect

PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:50 pm
by kevin.b
There's a lot of content in this link, see how many times you can find the biefeld Brown effect mentioned?
There's a lot that RESONATES with Me.
http://oregonite.blogspot.com/
Kevin