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gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« on: 03/12/2003 23:38:30 »
In 1763 James Watt discovered how he could make a steam engine efficient, he spent several months perfecting it and came up with the first commercial steam engine. This caused a steam driven industrial revolution where steam power transformed the lives of people everywhere, with steam engines for pumping, weaving, and later steam locomotives to move goods and materials around. Today we still use steam in power generation and thousands of other applications.

In the mid 1920s there was a physicist called Townsend T Brown. he had a great interest in electromagnetism and what causes it. like we wonder about the universe and where we came from, He was fascinated why the humble capacitor, an electric component most of us carry by the 1000 in our mobile electronics, can create a force from nowhere if charged to a high enough voltage. he spent years creating a objects and charging them with high voltages. He eventually produced a metal disk which would move in a vacuum something that shouldnít happen. These affects are fact. You can go out and repeat the experiments yourself. Modern science simply wants to sweep it under the carpet and hope it will go away. But theyíve never disproved it. The question is can we afford to ignore it. Imagine someone told James watt to go and throw his steam engine in the Clyde. Well isnít it about time someone threw these fundamental thorns in the side of modern physics a life raft?

And you can say someone would have invented the efficient steam engine anyway, it was only a matter of time. But the question is how much time have we got? The steam engine brought us the ability to produce far more goods than we actually needed to survive, so brought about modern capitalism in more ways than one. As bigger populations want more wealth using more power, have we got long enough to wait? Can we ignore technologies that might be there for our ends now, when we might not have a future to say ďwhy didnít we listen thenĒ. Itís about time we didnít ignore things because we donít like then, science fact if it happens there must be a reason. And the irony is it's the steam engine that brought us this civilized world we live in today, well I bet every other species on this planet would see the day the steam engine came, as the beginning of the death of their world.

So lets not us stick our heads in the sand, lets be open to anything that experiment shows us, however it goes against our learning. Because thatís all it is learnt. Lets find the truth and save the planet and its population of species, and not forgetting ourselves.

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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #1 on: 03/12/2003 23:49:07 »
The vacuum experiment sounds interesting - can you tell me a little bit more about it please ?

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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #2 on: 04/12/2003 00:26:39 »
yeah wandered off a bit there, i get carried away sometimes :)

yeah search on internet for townsend t brown, capacitor force.

there are lots of patents by brown
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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #3 on: 04/12/2003 00:30:55 »
http://www.soteria.com


below a list of published papers from 1910s and 1920s

http://www.soteria.com/brown/docs/egravity/brush.htm

http://blazelabs.com/f-biefeld.htm#whats
blazelabs seem to do some serious research. they disprove as much
as they prove, but they seem to be doing good science for science


is a page about him. look into nikola tesla's work as
well all very interesting stuff.

Q. why have pioneer 10 & 11 covered significantly
less space than they should have by our theories?

A. i don't know and neither does anybody else.
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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #4 on: 06/12/2003 04:51:04 »
Q. why have pioneer 10 & 11 covered significantly
less space than they should have by our theories?

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Surely because of alien intervention.  Their diabolical plans would be ruined if we discovered them prior to the invasion.  



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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #5 on: 06/12/2003 05:11:17 »
I think the aliens are quashing the moving charged disks as well.  There must be so much power and promise there that we would be able to repel their invasion!


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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #6 on: 06/12/2003 23:21:29 »
They don't need to invade; we're doing a great job of killing ourselves and our host (Earth).  There probably were lost civilizations on Mars...ours!  We likely screwed that planet up so much that we had to terraform Earth to suit our needs and that's where all the mysterious knowledge and technology, like building the pyramids, came from.  History tends to repeat itself.
 

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« Reply #7 on: 07/12/2003 05:21:56 »
Ben Bova wrote a book along those lines ("Mars") where mankind finally started exploring Mars and found remnants of a civilization.

Who knows, maybe we are from mars, or maybe even farther!


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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #8 on: 07/12/2003 12:08:53 »
I heard somewhere that men are from Mars.  I think women might be from Venus though.



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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #9 on: 07/12/2003 20:39:06 »
Well you can find out on next week's radio show because Andrew Coates is the guest - he is involved with the Beagle II mission to Mars which is due to land on Christmas Day.

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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #10 on: 08/12/2003 12:37:11 »
ok, sensible discussion then. don't think i mentioned
aliens. or did you start on about aliens for a reason?
please enlighten me, or maybe abduct me :P.

anyway aliens apart, are there not serious questions to
be answered? If you can answer them and say it's a load
of toss that'd do me. I just don't tend to beleive people
who disregard things that don't fit into their way of thinking

so instead of talking aliens maybe you could give some plausable
reasons maybe? at the end of the day all i'm intersted in is
whats right, whether it's this way or that way i don't care. just as long as it's right.

ebz

PS. why does living matter increase in mass in a sealed system
where nothing can get in or out except light?

http://www.journaloftheoretics.com/Articles/5-3/Tane-life.pdf

any answers? right wrong?
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Re: gravity and electromagnetism. questions?
« Reply #11 on: 14/12/2003 18:51:55 »
That makes me angry. I've heard alot about scientists who've discovered breakthrough technologies and they were simply put down or ignored. We should be investigating their discoveries and trying to make them more effective. It doesn't do us any good at all if we ignore them. These discoveries could potentially revolutionized the modern world.

The Hutchison Effect is an interesting one. There should be serious investigations done on this. If we can find a use for it, then we may be abel to create antigravity drives!
 

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