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  1. *Thinking Randomly I do recall that the text you read "'No, they have Tara on their waists and Litolac in their hands..." has nothing to do with your injected muse, as to imply they were perhaps filled with too much oxygen in their brain, in fact If you were a more astute scholar of archeological data that was pertaining to this article, it also was an attempt to explain what an aincient race attempted to describe as advanced technology form an earlier language not spoken by anyone in today's society. This was a translation from some recovered ancient Hebrew scrolls! I do not proclaim to have been there as a witness to this event, but there certainly are many things that exist within our "accepted" history that have indeed left us all with many contradictions, and "unanswered questions" I suggest you dig deeper...... if it is truth you seek, then you must first let go of your own prejudice. <This message has been edited by Time_02112 (edited 21 July 2000).>
  2. RE: What's the deal with paradoxes in Time Theories? I could'nt agree with you more, and as for how, (pray tell) are those, who yet to know themselves will evolve beyond this, is yet another isssue.
  3. Molecular Motors Energy conversion into mechanical motion is one of the essential functions of a machine. Molecular motors or Nanomotors do just that and abundant in nature. http://nanotech.about.com/science/nanotech/msubnanomotors.htm?iam=dpile&terms=Rotating+Eletromagnetic+Fields
  4. GRAVITY RESEARCH PROGRAM--UFOM-GRP [email protected] = PO BOX 6056 PORTLAND, OREGON 97228-6056 -----Theoretical physics is a mistake with its confusing mathmatic extrapolated modeling usually taken to the nth degree--that creates variable conflicts rather than a more down to earth empirical model of cosmic realities that seeks invarable relationships which can be tested and retested. Here at the Gravity Research Program a unit of UFOM-USA. We have taken the empirical approach gone back to the college physics book and rechecked some of the most basic physics assumptions on an empirical basis---and we have found some basis mistakes in assumptions and logic. We are not interested in "free energy" or alchemy or Einstein Astrology-- http://www.webspawner.com/users/gravity XXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Project Summary Quantum Vacuum Forces Project sponsored by NASA GLENN - Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program QED is probably the best verified theory in physics. It makes some startling predictions about the importance of quantum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field in empty space. It predicts a near infinite vacuum energy density. Quantum fluctuations have been linked to particle mass, to spontaneous emission, to the speed of light, and to the topology of the universe. The presence of surfaces changes the energy density in the vacuum fluctuations. http://www.quantumfields.com/projects.htm
  5. well you certainly did an exquisite job of explaining to the rest of us that it is within the lack of knowledge & understanding of certain underlying principles that we are just beginning to scratch the surface to find the real answers we seek. The lack of language, to describe such things, exists as proof of that, for which we do not understand. (as of yet.) and as for "Merkaba" energy fields, this too I am familiar with. I am especialy intrigued with it's vibrational frequencey ratios, to produce modulation effects that create Time Dialation. (experiments which I have incorporated into our research.) http://www.centeroflightchurch.com http://www.malacti.com/cpyramid.htm <This message has been edited by Time_02112 (edited 20 July 2000).>
  6. Very good Doc, now you're talkin' "TESLA!!!! :)
  7. NEW SITEF 2000 10th International Market for Advanced Technologies Toulouse, 18-21 October 2000 Parc des Expositions Created in 1981, SITEF, the French innovation and future technologies exhibition. On this, its 10th anniversary, NEW SITEF has received the exclusive label Innovation and Future Technologies Fair from the MENRT -French Ministry for Education, Research and Technology- Organized by CCIT -Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Toulouse- http://www.sitef.com/pages_us/default.htm
  8. Welcome to the Year2067.com ! the e-magazine for emerging technologies. See the latest in Health, Robotics, Cryonics, Nanotechnology, the Human Genome, Virtual Reality & more. http://www.year2067.com
  9. RECENT NEWS: Time magazine (June 19, 2000) has a four page spread on nanotechnology which describes nanobots, assemblers, self-replicators, top down and bottom up manufacturing, molecular medicine, and more. The Eighth Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology, November 3-5 2000 at the Hyatt Hotel, Bethesda, Maryland. President Clinton announced a $497 million National Nanotechnology Initiative in a speech at Caltech. See www.nano.gov -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The next few paragraphs provide a brief introduction to the core concepts of molecular nanotechnology, followed by links to further reading. Manufactured products are made from atoms. The properties of those products depend on how those atoms are arranged. If we rearrange the atoms in coal we can make diamond. If we rearrange the atoms in sand (and add a few other trace elements) we can make computer chips. If we rearrange the atoms in dirt, water and air we can make potatoes. Todays manufacturing methods are very crude at the molecular level. Casting, grinding, milling and even lithography move atoms in great thundering statistical herds. It's like trying to make things out of LEGO blocks with boxing gloves on your hands. Yes, you can push the LEGO blocks into great heaps and pile them up, but you can't really snap them together the way you'd like. In the future, nanotechnology will let us take off the boxing gloves. We'll be able to snap together the fundamental building blocks of nature easily, inexpensively and in almost any arrangement that we desire. This will be essential if we are to continue the revolution in computer hardware beyond about the next decade, and will also let us fabricate an entire new generation of products that are cleaner, stronger, lighter, and more precise. http://www.zyvex.com/nano xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NANOTECHNOLOGY DATABASE Sponsored By The National Science Foundation This site is designed to present up-to-date sources of information on nanotechnology in the following areas: major research centers, funding agencies, major reports and books. Each component has been carefully reviewed and selected. This site is expected to grow with the continued support and updates from those organizations and individuals working in the field. The summaries which appear were taken directly from each of their respective sites. http://itri.loyola.edu/nanobase
  10. "Through an initial investment of $6 million, Energenius Inc. has established a chair in Advanced Nanotech- nology held by Prof. Harry Ruda." http://www.ecf.utoronto.ca/apsc/focus/ar1997/mms.html
  11. Of course the use of applied nannotechnology has a zillion applications, but in order to create an efficient portable power supply for a portablte "Time Machine" (if one were to be created.) we must explore what nannotechnology has to offer. *Dr. Kevin Rhoads, MIT. "What's Micro/Nanotechnology All About, Anyway?" (Appendix B, page 5) Dr. Rhoads provided an excellent introduction to nanotechnology and discussed some of its applications. He began by giving his audience an understanding of nano scale by illustrating a range of positive and negative exponential functions of the number "10." A nanosecond is one billionth of a second. In scaling up to understand better, he stated that a billion seconds is about 31.7 years. Dr. Rhoads then asked the question "Why does structure at fine scale interest people?" It is because fine scale structure changes the properties of materials and the performance of devices at human scale. He talked about nylon and silk, stated how they were almost identical in chemistry, and that the development of nylon, an artificial material, was one of the great triumphs of polymer chemistry in this century. Nylon has more strength than silk and its surface is smooth. To create an evening gown, use silk. To make a parachute, use nylon. He then made a similar comparison of iron and steel, and talked about how without changing composition, steel can be made softer or harder just by heat-treating, or cold-working. The steel industry, in fact, is based upon controlling materials' properties by controlling the microstructure. Dr. Rhoads also talked about bullet proof glass, a product obtained by chemical tempering of the molecular structure. It is created by chemical tempering to compress the molecular structure of the surface to such a degree that almost nothing can penetrate it and it is almost impossible to break. He stated that nanotechnology could just as well be called "molecular technology." He then cited fibers as an example of milli-scale structure, metals as an example of micro-scale structure, and glass as an example of a nano-scale structure. He pointed out how in all three cases, structure at fine scale controls properties at the human scale. In discussing microtechnology and nanotechnology in today's world, Dr. Rhoads described how microtechnology is used widely in electronics, and in applications of the chemical, physical, mechanical and electromechanical. Nanotechnology is beginning to come into its own. He showed a slide describing electronics microtechnology as an enabling technology for transportation in such applications as smart sensors and microcontrollers for air bags, smart antilock brakes, and engine controls for fuel efficiency and pollution reduction. He talked of how communications information controllers and microcontrollers are used in cell phones, GPS receivers, automatic toll collection, positive train control, Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems and in air traffic control. He discussed some uses of smart sensors, microcontrollers, communications information controllers, and talked of other microtechnologies and their applications in mechanical, electromechanical, physical, optical, and chemical areas. Dr. Rhoads then shifted to a consideration of water and its nano-scale properties, the area of his research at MIT. He talked of water's unique and useful properties, and some of its important uses, all of which are common knowledge. He mentioned the phenomenon of the aqueous double-layer with water, which means that at every interface between water and other substances, at least one nano-scale structure forms, i.e., the aqueous double-layer. Water becomes "amazingly" different at this interface, i.e., it has a lower dielectric constant, exhibits radically changed solvation properties, and has highly oriented molecules. Dr. Rhoads concluded by talking of the nano-scale structure of water under an electric field induced orientation. http://scitech.dot.gov/seminar.html <This message has been edited by Time02112 (edited 24 November 2000).>
  12. RE: time travel - used as \"warp speed?\" *Source of the above mentioned website for current particle physics research info...
  13. *Current discoveries in particle physics research, "Let the journey begin....
  14. RE: time travel - used as \"warp speed?\" A quntum particle can go from point A to point J without passing through points BCDEFGH or I. & so forth. Objectionaly, perhaps a more detailed examination to look inwards at the finite universe within the most minute of particles, is where we should begin.
  15. There is much to be said about the connection of electromagnetic fields in relation to thier association with Time~Travel, but first we need to examine the properties of electromanetic fields, and cuurent research in this arena. To begin, let's examine how electromagentic fields can influence structures of mass, in order to levitate them. Below are some examples, and their corresponding links, please feel free to add more, if you find any others pertaining. Thank You. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX http://www-hfml.sci.kun.nl/hfml/levitate.html *It is possible to levitate magnetically every material and every living creature on the earth due to the always present molecular magnetism. The molecular magnetism is very weak (millions times weaker than ferromagnetism) and usually remains unnoticed in everyday life, thereby producing the wrong impression that materials around us are mainly nonmagnetic. But they are all magnetic. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/health_/mic.htm *How do they do that ? Is it levitation ?' 'No, they have Tara on their waists and Litolac in their hands. These produce certain vibrations which neutralise the cold magnetic force of the planet, allowing for neutralisation of the gravitational force. Even a weight of millions of tonnes compares with that of feathers. Then, by other vibrations, resembling those of ultra-sound, they can steer themselves precisely to wherever they choose, as they are doing now. On this planet everyone wanting to travel some distance uses this method ... Illustrations. Having no doors nor windows on these buildings is extraordinary in itself, but once inside, it was stranger still. As I have mentioned before, the overall impression was of still being outside. The startling beauty of colour was everywhere in the greenery; the branches of the trees dissecting the blue-mauve sky above. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.oz.net/~coilgun/levitation/home.htm *Barry's Magnetic Levitation These coilguns with control circuits are great! Now... How can you use them for magnetic levitation? This is slightly off-topic from coilguns, but magnetic levitation has many common design principles and is a little easier to build! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx *Additiional Links.......... <This message has been edited by Time_02112 (edited 17 July 2000).> <This message has been edited by Time_02112 (edited 18 July 2000).>
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