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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #8 on: April 26, 2009, 01:06:24 am »
this is how i see the resonance imagine earth as a proton and the moon is a orbital electron..  we will say its orbiting clockwise..   imaging turning on the sun when it is at its closest point to the sun and turning it off when the moon reaches a orbit 180 out from then the light started.. then it is off for a 50 percent duty.. that allows the moon to have no force conflict during its return to the begining on point.. whchi once it reaches it will pulse on again.. so i see that as resonance on a atomic level..  when that happens i think light manifest and the gyro speed of the moon speeds up  to where it is capable of escaping the protons gravitational pull.. and reach higher orbits.. all in all creating higher expanded energy states.. when ignited they create thermal explosive energy in our demension by imploding.

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« Reply #9 on: April 26, 2009, 02:12:48 am »
this is how i see the resonance imagine earth as a proton and the moon is a orbital electron..  we will say its orbiting clockwise..   imaging turning on the sun when it is at its closest point to the sun and turning it off when the moon reaches a orbit 180 out from then the light started.. then it is off for a 50 percent duty.. that allows the moon to have no force conflict during its return to the begining on point.. whchi once it reaches it will pulse on again.. so i see that as resonance on a atomic level..  when that happens i think light manifest and the gyro speed of the moon speeds up  to where it is capable of escaping the protons gravitational pull.. and reach higher orbits.. all in all creating higher expanded energy states.. when ignited they create thermal explosive energy in our demension by imploding.

Does your idea include the connection as per 10-3b ?

Yes I also tought of this , everything is locked in an orbit , like planets ...

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« Reply #10 on: April 26, 2009, 10:14:35 am »
yes.. as you can see in 10-3b the variable amplitude is 491xxx49n   that signal is the one being made between isolated primary grou8nd and  and the primary varable analog positve pulse

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« Reply #11 on: April 26, 2009, 11:29:07 am »
Maybe also relevant to you study, Steve:
http://www.unexplainable.net/artman/publish/article_726.shtml
Also google leedskalnin perpetual motion holder, it is described here, his original paper:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/242432/Ed-Leedskalnin-Magnetic-Current-Illustrated

could his magnetic current be the long sought after magnetic monopole particle??

don't forget http://www.hyiq.org/ great info over there.

A simple experiment, possibly showing neutrino avalanche by scalarwaves at resonance (?), all were removed from youtube (6 videos, 30 MB total):
http://rapidshare.com/files/226287909/Pure_voltage_no_amperage_videos_of_ZeroPoint.rar.html
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« Reply #12 on: April 26, 2009, 18:11:04 pm »
Very interresting video ...

wiwhs he explained more about his setup , it seems like he connected negative to positive somwhow ... Wish I knew more about his setup .

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« Reply #13 on: April 26, 2009, 18:38:14 pm »
So what is he doing with that primary ?

Hooking both negative and positive of his primary ??

Everybody must analyse this video ... What is he pulsing ,with what ? ... I'm confused , and how is he hooking up that primary .

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« Reply #14 on: April 26, 2009, 18:42:11 pm »
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« Reply #15 on: April 26, 2009, 18:46:26 pm »
Yeah I was amazed when I saw it long time ago.
If I remember correctly, the simplest circuit consists only of a microwave transformer and an adp printer adapter,
only the secondary is used on which the adp is connected. A diode across the adp was necessary to prevent blowing up the adapter.
The sparking wires are 1 from the adp and 1 from the transformer.

Resonance, when the spark is most intense, is achieved by adjusting the characteristics of the circuit instead of a pwm:
by playing around with the connector to find the hotspot.

draw me a drawing of how his primary was connected , draw me as most as you can .

What does he mean when he say "connect negative and positive together" ... and it creates neutrinos ? ...

Oh... and , how the hell are those diodes working ??

So theoretically a unipolar direction could be possible ?
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