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Acolyte posted a topic in General DiscussionBellow is a download link to a mp3 file (23 meg) of a recorded chat with Bulla The Rainbow Man. (Many thanks to Onyx for the file and editing) http://forums.thechaniproject.com/chanipics/bulla.mp3 Below is a quote from Breezy made on the CERN and parallel universe thread http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/7819-scientists-at-large-hadron-collider-hope-to-make-contact-with-parallel-universe-in-days/
NexusEditor posted a topic in ANCIENT MYSTERIES[Okay here is what is appearing in the issue of Nexus in the printers right now. I cannot begin to tell you what a light-bulb moment I had when I read the earlier material leading to the below, and its description of what gravity actually is. Bruce Cathie had it right, and now one can see why the "Gravity is a Push' guy was also correct. I have attached the pdf also.] The Nazi Bell, AntiGravity and the Secret Apollo Space program by Jeff Smith © September 2014 published in NEXUS Magazine, Volume 21, Number 6. October-November 2014. The great German–American theoretical physicist Friedwardt Winterberg stated that the generation of gigaelectronvolt (GeV) potentials, made possible in the ultra-high vacuum of space, has the capability of leading to a workable antigravity propulsion system for spaceflight. It is the ultra-high vacuum of space by which this can be achieved; and if the spacecraft acting as a capacitor is charged up to GeV potentials in a total vacuum, it will levitate. If the spacecraft is positively charged against the electron cloud surrounding the craft, and with a magnetic field in the order of 10,000 gauss, it becomes insulated against the Earth's electron cloud up to GeV potentials. The spacecraft and its surrounding electron cloud form a virtual diode with a GeV potential difference. This in turn produces positive magnetic buoyancy (antigravity) in the spacecraft. This is also the basis of the Biefeld-Brown effect and the working mechanism behind the crude electrostatic ion-lifters used by amateur experimenters into electrogravitics. Recently declassified US Department of Energy/Department of Defense research conducted by Winterberg and other physicists working on the relationship between plasma and gravity has disclosed a number of interesting and yet publicly unknown facts about the true nature of gravity. This information has been kept secret for over 50 years. The primary basis of the magnetic buoyancy theory of gravity is the simple concept of hydromagnetic displacement. This dates back to James Clerk Maxwell's original 1868 displacement theory and his lines-of-force theory. Simply put, a plasma if charged to a high-enough density will act as a superconductor and will repel all external magnetic and electrostatic fields. If the area of the plasma is great enough, positive buoyancy or antigravity occurs. Normally on Earth, we absorb the magnetic field lines causing negative buoyancy—or what is referred to as terrestrial gravity. The magnetic lines of force pull you to the surface of the Earth. The gyroscope and the induction coil prove this to be true. No object can shield itself from this form of magnetism unless it is shielded by a high-density plasma sheet—a basic Faraday cage effect for gravity. A gyroscope actually locks on to these lines of force due to the homopolar motor generator effect, producing the so-called gyroscopic effect. For antigravity, you just block or push out the lines of force and you become weightless. There is no mathematics needed to explain the basic theory of gravity. You just need to teach it correctly. Unfortunately, the connection between plasma and gravity was not known until World War II. By then, it was classified as a military secret and kept locked up that way for over 70 years. Researchers into nuclear plasma ball effects at Sandia National Laboratories and other laboratories have made great progress in this technology since it was first discovered during the testing phase of the atomic bomb in World War II. During the war, this effect was first discovered by scientists while working on the German atomic bomb program, commonly known as the Nazi Bell Project. It was later weaponised and tested at the Peenemünde Army Research Centre for use in a potential spaceflight program by Dr Wernher von Braun and company. After the war, the technology was transferred to the USA under Operation Paperclip. The early research into this technology was first assigned to Larry Bell of Bell Aircraft Corporation. After Bell's death, North American Aviation and Grumman took over the research. Both companies were the prime contractors for the Apollo Command/ Service Module (CSM) and Lunar Module (LM). The very-high-voltage generator circuitry—called a Marx generator—that produced this effect was hidden in the upper section of the CSM within the emergency escape rocket and acted as the upper electrode for the system. The rocket body acted as the lower electrode. This was part of the so-called "Apollo weight reduction program". Edward Leedskalnin of "Coral Castle" fame once said: "If you put my invention into the nose of a rocket, you will have no problem going to the Moon." Apparently he had no idea as to how correct he was. With the LM, the entire system worked by charging its outer skin to an extremely high voltage in the millions of volts. The system could not be tested on Earth due to the capacitive plates shorting out—unless they were placed in a total vacuum chamber. For this reason, NASA constructed an extremely large vacuum test chamber, called the "environmental test chamber" as its cover. To hide the system in full view, they came up with the story of covering the LM with a "micrometeorite shield". This was in fact the outer capacitive plates used for charging the LM up to the power levels needed in order to repel the magnetic lines of force and the electron cloud potential (charge) of the Moon. It took over three minutes to fully charge up the LM before zero gravity was reached. The term used during the spaceflights was to "warm up the LM". The very-high-voltage power supply, called a Wimshurst generator, was disguised as the central gyroscope for the spacecraft in order to ensure flight stability. This is why the LM and all UFOs can only move in an up–down, left–right, forward–backward motion while in flight. It was centred directly over the 500-pound [~227 kilogram] kick motor that could run for only a maximum of 30 seconds before burnout. With both the kick motor and the on-board magnetic buoyancy system in operation, the LM had to be able to dock with the CSM within three orbits. If the weight reduction system failed to work, the LM could not take off; weighing in at over 3,000 pounds [~1,361 kilograms] with only a 500-pound kick motor to lift it, it would be futile. During the Apollo 13 mission, the weight reduction system was used to return the astronauts safely back to Earth. Astronaut James Lovell was quoted as saying that "the damned thing bucked like hell and it was all they could do to control it". One slip and they would have shot off into space, never to be seen again… Electron disconnect, Magnetic Buoyancy and the antigravity effect of a nuclear fireball by Jeff Smith © September 2014 It is well known that even small detonations of chemical explosives will produce electromagnetic pulses, so it is not surprising that similar pulses are produced in nuclear explosions. The first type of explosion is associated with the creation, by radiation from the burst, of some kind of asymmetry in the electric charge distribution surrounding the region of detonation. The second is the result of rapid expansion of the essentially perfectly conducting plasma in the Earth's magnetic field. The first is called the Compton electron model. The other is called the field displacement model. Field displacement occurs when the expansion of the plasma fireball is restricted into a more or less spherically symmetrical manner by the surrounding material. When the electron field density of the plasma fireball reaches over 3 x 103 per cubic centimetre, electron disconnect between the plasma fireballs, atoms and the electromagnetic field of the Earth will occur. This produces an antigravity effect that allows the plasma fireball to repel and rise up against gravity. This is due to a substantial difference in the magnetic field density of the Earth and the electron field density of the plasma fireball. It is called magnetic buoyancy. Electromagnetic buoyancy occurs when the Earth's magnetic field lines are very rapidly stretched, expanded or moved due to the presence of the hot, expanding plasma in the nuclear fireball. This produces a form of electromagnetic buoyancy similar to standard hydrodynamic buoyancy. It is a magnetohydrodynamic process which can be demonstrated in any charged plasma if the plasma's electron density is high enough and the plasma losses are low enough to be negligible. Immediately after the detonation of a plasma fireball, the highly ionised vapour or plasma expands rapidly. A property possessed by all plasmas is a tendency to exclude a magnetic field from its interior. The expanding plasma thus causes a violent distortion of the Earth's magnetic field as a result of the interaction between the Earth's magnetic field and the charged particles in the expanding plasma and surrounding ionised gases. This disturbance propagates away as a hydrodynamic wave. A plasma in a magnetic field always tends to exclude the magnetic field lines from its interior. Hence, when the plasma expands it will cause the Earth's magnetic field lines to expand or to be stretched in such a way that they remain outside the conducting volume of plasma. This produces an electron disconnect between the charged particles in the plasma and the local electromagnetic field of the Earth. In this state, magnetic buoyancy occurs. When part of the plasma ball becomes electrically neutral by recombination of the ions and electrons, it will no longer be affected by the Earth's magnetic field so it can now escape from the region of confinement. The remainder of the gas which is still charged will be recompressed. Article references: 1. The Effects of Nuclear Weapons. US Atomic Energy Commission 1962. Effects of the Plasma Fire Ball. 2. Inter office memos and field reports between Larry Bell and Walter Dornberger. Bell Aircraft Corporation. 1948 to 1965. The NACA Special Committee on Space Technology. Weigh Loss Research Program for Space flight. Bell Aircraft Corporation. The Early years 1948 to 1965. Restricted Distribution. Library copy. Internal Read only. Atomic Energy Commission / DOE. About the Author. Jeff Smith has a degree in electrical engineering, applied science and physics. He is a former a nuclear weapons specialist with the US government and a former UN weapons inspector specialising in nuclear nonproliferation issues. He is now semi-retired and works for a private nonprofit research library as a cryptographic curator and historian, preserving restricted documents that are of historic and scientific value. Correspondence for Mr Smith can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. THE NAZI BELL, ANTIGRAVITY AND THE SECRET APOLLO SPACE PROGRAM.pdf
breezy posted a topic in General DiscussionScientists can now simulate curved space-time in a lab Graham Templeton October 18, 2014 "When discussing quantum physics, you’ll often hear a the phrase “quantum field theory” thrown about. This refers to the general idea that quantum particles are actually just localized excited states of a more general quantum field underlying them — a trippy but mathematically useful idea that interacts with Einstein’s classical conception of space-time in ways that are complex, to say that least. Gravity, so says dogma, is the result of curvature in the ineffable medium of space-time, and modern quantum physics says that curved space-time ought to effect the behavior of a hypothetical quantum field somehow. Precisely how they interact is an open question, and answering that question has been described as the holy grail of physics. It’s currently very difficult to study those interactions in the lab, but that may be about to change. Curving space-time is very difficult to do, synthetically. It’s easy enough through the classical means — collect a bunch of mass somewhere — but to generate a curve steep enough to have measurable effects on single quantum particles requires densities found only near black holes and the like. Curving space-time in a more direct way, with magnetic fields or “exotic matter,” has been proposed in halls as hallowed as those at NASA — but such technology would allow us to build a literal warp drive, and if mankind had figured that out you’d have read about it here by now. No, instead of figuring out how to actually curve space-time, a German researcher named Nikodem Szpak may have found a loophole that lets us study the effects of curved space-time without having to actually curve it." snip http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/192311-scientists-can-now-simulate-curved-space-time-in-the-lab?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ziffdavis%2Fextremetech+%28Extremetech%29
Acolyte posted a topic in SCIENCE FUTURESWhen the Soviet probe Luna 3 sent back the first shots of the dark side of the Moon, they showed that it was noticeably more pockmarked by craters than the near side. The nearside crust, by contrast, had more large, shallow basins. More than 50 years after those images first baffled researchers, a study published today in Science explains the observations. Some theories suggest that the large basins on the near side were caused by impacts from asteroids bigger than those that caused the craters on the far side. But the latest study suggests that the observed basins do not accurately reflect the size of the initial impact, because as asteroids battered the lunar surface in the early history of the Solar System, the Moon's warmer and softer nearside crust melted like butter, producing giant lava flows that filled the impact craters and transformed them into basins To improve on previous estimates of the size and distribution of basins, the team behind the study used data from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory mission (GRAIL), two satellites that since 2011 have been orbiting the Moon and mapping subtle variations in the strength of its gravitational field. Basins are characterized by thinner crust, says first author Katarina Miljković, a planetary scientist at the Paris Institute of Earth Physics. The team used GRAIL's gravity maps to find such thin crust and measure the true size of the basins. “We didn’t have to look at topography nearly at all, just at the crust thickness,” says Miljković. The researchers found that although both sides of the Moon had the same total number of impact craters, the near side had eight basins larger than 320 kilometres in diameter, whereas the far side had only one. Hot hit The asteroid bombardment should have battered both sides equally, Miljković points out. The asymmetry could have arisen from comparatively small objects punching above their weight on the near side, producing basins more easily than on the far side. Simulations showed that if the largest dark area on the near side — the plain of volcanic rock known as Oceanus Procellarum — was hundreds of degrees hotter than crust on the far side, impacts there would produce basins up to twice as large as impacts from similar-sized bodies on the far side (see video below). more at http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=gravity-maps-reveal-why-dark-side-moon-covered-in-craters