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Stan Meyer FeAr/Ferrofluid Discussion/ Gold Fusion
« on: July 03, 2012, 12:39:29 pm »
q4 sandia24 are we then looking at boundary layer phenomenon?. If relaxation time is greater within the mag rope and we have a negative viscosity at the periphery, the quicksand model would account for the magnetic properite s but rheologically the gas would have a lower observed viscosity . see attachment

a4 argonne4 thanks and q4u what is the blue glow on the argon injectors if you can say. NDAs both enable and inhibit  the quest for truth. ;)

q4 thorzpower would the piggybacking of the rodins give a better beam stabilty or length of projectio n?
a4 arkiver4h ho, he's from new zealand, mechanic by trade
a4 thorzpower Rhinemetall range 3-4 meters 200KV,also look at denial of egress  device by MOD/SAS
a4 thorzpowe r  toroidal flow as in smoke ring 50-70 meters distance 2-3 meters in diam.
a4 hermann: no more like a flashbang, the range would be greater due to the magnetic cohesion of the    FeAR/HHO mix unlike smoke but in a two step process the ring would be sent first http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/2027.42/30880/1/0000545.pdf with trailing FeAr as the high voltage carrier. On a smaller scale similar to the injectors
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VL0M0jmu7k for a related vid
a4 queueseeeyes they use a phantomv6 41  32g-c ,  btw nice images
q4 thorzpower: so does the ring of fire cannon function more like flashbang or napalm or both, 30   metres is impressiv e
q4 sandia24 applicati on to argon injectors? http://www.technewsworld.com/story/75925.html
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a4 sandia24 so the mizuno copper in the ecat should be showing  up in the NiAr gas lattice which is shown in the higher spectroscopic intensities  of Cu  electron  bands
q4 sandia24 if Au spectral intensities are increasing, then it is properly called a "gold fusion" device, definitely  related to the mizuno results in the last report. But iif the process
                    works as you have shown , what happens if thorium plated rods or worse if spent  reactor rods are used for the electrodes.  I
                    Yield was only  about 10 kg Fe from G Wisemans sludge but even 5 gm of Pu is a serious problem if in the wrong hands. The cork is out of the bottle now.
                    Power utilitization on the modified George Wiseman design is no more than the average welding shop which means that these mizuno machines could be put anywhere.
                    What have we wrought?
q4 arkiver4hho see attached

 
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Re: Stan Meyer FeAr/Ferrofluid Discussion
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2012, 16:46:53 pm »
a4 jim miller  thanks all but 232 came thru

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Re: Stan Meyer FeAr/Ferrofluid Discussion
« Reply #2 on: July 20, 2012, 15:32:11 pm »
a4 arkiver4hho resent image 232 for your collection
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Re: Stan Meyer FeAr/Ferrofluid Discussion
« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2012, 04:05:54 am »
a4 arkiver4hho  tineye is nothing compared to your LFWvidmod. A 30 year face progression and a video hit
                       in the wild. I'm amazed

q4 akriver4hho you said that the twin garage imagery and the frames from the Schechter vid were sufficient
    to do the age progression and get the vid  hit. If you add a third image such as the one attached, what is
    the effect on time of facial formula calc module  and the time of web search. See attached and rerun if      you have time

a4arkiver4hho: nice, so when you ran LFWvidmod again  with the new image it picked up the two new instances i posted
as attachments as we thought it would but  it also picked up another instance of  the SMFpic which may have been the original source.  So this would argue that the additional SMF pic when merged with the
garage and schechter frame resulted in a more precise  base imagery which allowed LFW to find other instances outside the initial search. So based.on your new search I did find some other images from the
same age range. So now try the age regression function on the new imagery and see if LFW can
pick up anything younger. btw SMF093  which i sent you as you see was very small and bad resolultion and as you know improper settings on the zoom function devolves into almost an np deterministiic computational problem and visiual examination may have to be resorted to.

q4 arkiver4hho so now that the total net instances for SMFimg063 are reduced , how does that affect search precision, toc and ttc?

a4 arkiver4hho  thats what i thought, it's going be about the same unless you terminate search on first new instance  found on net  and not in  reference image library.
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af4arkiver4hho I tried some other hueristics on the LFWmod and came up with an image age 14        (image for 11 Dec 2012 run )
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Re: Stan Meyer FeAr/Ferrofluid Discussion
« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2012, 16:16:23 pm »
 q4 arkiver4hho

http://www.redorbit.com/news/technology/1112675582/facedeals-offers-app-facial-recognition-creepy-081412/

try this one for social good  run the LFWvidmod using age progressed images of missing children from MAEC database  verus the cloud and see if you get any hits on the vid, facebook and picasa databases :) using amount of progression based on date of missing and date of image  you may have to call in favors from the SuperMUC crowd for the crunch :)

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Re: Stan Meyer FeAr/Ferrofluid Discussion/ Gold Fusion
« Reply #5 on: March 18, 2013, 12:49:37 pm »
a4arkiver4hho: addtion of the voice mod with markov chaining seems to have improved the you tube searches when combined with the facial recognition
                        thank your supermuc pals. the wayback searches are progressing according to cernbird      18 3 13

q4arkiver4hho: had you seen this? 20 3 23 see attached pdf of cover page
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