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Could this be Meyer's secret?
« on: September 27, 2011, 01:15:15 am »

I know a lot of people claim to have got workin WFCs but I have not seen one yet.

For those who are still investigating, I have come across a patent that may shine some light on what may be going on.

http://www.google.com/patents/download/13_123_024_METHODS_AND_APPARATUS_TO_CREA.pdf?id=V6XrAQAAEBAJ&output=pdf&sig=ACfU3U2AVZVLOXfDrvLrToOVthI0cuPkWA&source=gbs_overview_r&cad=0

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Re: Could this be Meyer's secret?
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2011, 14:09:00 pm »

I know a lot of people claim to have got workin WFCs but I have not seen one yet.

For those who are still investigating, I have come across a patent that may shine some light on what may be going on.

http://www.google.com/patents/download/13_123_024_METHODS_AND_APPARATUS_TO_CREA.pdf?id=V6XrAQAAEBAJ&output=pdf&sig=ACfU3U2AVZVLOXfDrvLrToOVthI0cuPkWA&source=gbs_overview_r&cad=0
Thanks for posting this very interesting patent !!!

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Re: Could this be Meyer's secret?
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2011, 16:17:00 pm »
That is an interesting patent, kind of rides on the stuff that Puharich mentioned in his unpublished book.  I'm having trouble following the frequency calculations.
 
Anyone care to post up how to derive the calculation?
 
Example from patent: 24/3*2^17 hour = 4.55 hz
 
I tried doing [24/(3.2^17)]/3600, and it's not close.  Not sure what notation the equation is using.
 
Must be some sort of harmonic calculation or something that I am not understanding

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Re: Could this be Meyer's secret?
« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2011, 16:32:38 pm »
That is an interesting patent, kind of rides on the stuff that Puharich mentioned in his unpublished book.  I'm having trouble following the frequency calculations.
 
Anyone care to post up how to derive the calculation?
 
Example from patent: 24/3*2^17 hour = 4.55 hz
 
I tried doing [24/(3.2^17)]/3600, and it's not close.  Not sure what notation the equation is using.
 
Must be some sort of harmonic calculation or something that I am not understanding

24/3*2^17 hour = 4.55hz

2^17 = 131072
3*131072 = 393216
24 hour to sec = 24*60*60 = 86400 sec

86400/393216 = 0.21972 --> 1/0.21972 = 4.55111 Hz

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Re: Could this be Meyer's secret?
« Reply #4 on: September 27, 2011, 16:46:21 pm »
Interesting references with Puharich, Keely... are the harmonics!

24/m*2^n hours, m=1,3,5,7 and 9. What are the values of n ? n=18,17,16,15 ?

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Re: Could this be Meyer's secret?
« Reply #5 on: September 27, 2011, 17:07:20 pm »
Thank you!
 
Anyone have a low frequency generator and want to play around with this?  Puharich mentions how healers were able to resonate water, and the water would hold it for days/weeks.
 
Many believe the Egyptians were doing stuff like this with water, the pyramids and their obelisks.  Many megalithic sites are built near water, on top of water, etc...
 
I also heard that Tesla chose his power stations to be near natural aquifers or water or whatnot.....

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Re: Could this be Meyer's secret?
« Reply #6 on: September 27, 2011, 18:03:37 pm »
Hmmmm, vert intresting, When two oscillators (12 [/font]& 13) are positioned in
parallel at a small distance (",,2-100 mm) they automatically

oscillate with 180 degrees phase difference.

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Re: Could this be Meyer's secret?
« Reply #7 on: September 27, 2011, 18:34:44 pm »
I'm trying to figure out why this patent differs from Puharich's work.  It seems like Puharich was dead set on trying to achieve 8 hertz.  He talked about how healers produced 8 hertz in their hands, and could charge up water with that.
 
Some of the statements between the patent and Puharich coincide.  For instance, here's a quote from Puharich's unpublished book, page 123:
 
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 ....and proved that a certain ELF frequency (3.21 hz) will cause cancer.  I have  repeated these experiments, and found this to be true. 
 
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Note that a powerful carcinogen, ethylene dioxide, has coupling constants around 3 to 5 hz.  Note that another powerful carcinogen, formaldehyde, has a coupling constant around 41 hz.  Parish, et al, have found that the spin-spin coupling constants for water in malignant brain tumors (in humans and dogs) to rang from 4.8 hz to 13.4 hz, whereas normal brain gray matter ranges from 8.6 to 11.3 hz.  Thus malignancy shows a spread of frequencies from low to high ELF range  ie...with respect to normal brain EEG's, and carcinogens have a wide spread from 3 hz to 41 hz around the center frequency for normalcy of 8 hz.  However a single ELF frequency can roduce cancer.

So was this guy measuring differently than Puharich, and thats why the difference (4.55 to 8 hz)?
 
Maybe I need to study harmonics better.  I don't understand like when Puharich was talking about the 7th harmonic of 0.125 hz (= 8 hz)....