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Apr 28, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Geons*

JOHN ARCHIBALD WHEELER

Palmer Physical Laboratory, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

(Received September 8, 1954) https://blackholes.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/gritting/pdf/gravity_and_general_relativity/Wheeler_Geons.pdf

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This is a great find, proposing self-contained structures of neutrinos two years before their confirmation and stating they synthesise muons and positrons by their collisions for example.

Of course, this was long before the confirmation of Cold Neutrinos, that may have a far higher collision probability. Though it goes on to say

"The existence of this absorption mechanism for high energies implies that even low-energy neutrinos can produce virtual u,e pairs, which reannihilate and send the neutrinos off into new directions. "

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"This energy is so great that it carries us beyond the domain of virtual p, e processes to real production- of pairs of this kind."

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"Mixed geons, energized by a combination of neu- trinos and electromagnetic fields, will have properties similar to either kind of pure system,"

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"The consequences are the exist- ence of the v+v*—>p+e reaction at high energies, and v, v* scattering at low energies."

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"Taking seriously and following out the consequences of the forty year old theory of general relativity, we have been led to recognize the relative stability of certain types of electromagnetic feld disturbances held together by gravitational forces."

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"On entry into the quantum domain of sizes, electro-magnetic geons build up field strengths strong enough to produce pairs of electrons. At not very different sizes neutrino geons commence to give birth to u meson-electron pairs. Consequently the projection of geon theory to objects of dimensions less than 10^10 cm to 10^8 cm requires the analysis of new phenomena.

Figure 1. is very special.

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Apr 27, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Did you find this already? Another name for zinc oxide is philosopher's wool, the symbol is like a tic tac toe board with two dots side by side in the middle. Known for producing hydrogen.

https://www.slideshare.net/LoLoLoLoLoLoL/english-alchemy-project-ppt slide 19 of 20 scene while doing an image search

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No, I did not, well isn't that a thing - put that into a hot thing and it would create electrostatic fields - pyro-electric effect. If you there was some sound involved, it would create piezo-electric emissions.

The more you look at Alchemy - the more it makes sense.

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Apr 26, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Hey Bob,

Really enjoyed this one. Couldn't agree more with your sentiments in the last 10 minutes.

One question for you, do you have a link to the paper about zinc oxide used in ultrasonic solutions?

I was curious about the specific setup. I haven't done any research about the risks associated with it but I found a paper explaining how to grow zinc oxide "nano flowers" from zinc chloride and ammonia. https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Shows-SEM-images-of-different-structures-of-zinc-oxide-included-nanoneedle-flower-like_fig4_319568739

One observation, (I apologize in advance as I'm always trying to draw connections to material I've read regarding Rifes work) but I can't help but think that the encoding of high frequency RF in sound waves propagating through solid quartz might be related to what rife did. I'm going to need to fully digest the paper you mentioned to understand it (doi:10.1088/0508-3443/14/2/303) but he was very specific about the prisms needing very very precise surfaces and perfect alignment. He also made many other remarks about the light waves never crossing and the spacing between the prisms being precise. Also I remember reading somewhere once that the plasma lamps people use for health treatment are actually effective due to the ultrasonic sound emitted by them (not sure if that sound has higher frequencies embedded in it, and if it is possible for them to be transmitted via free space). It all seems like an unlikely coincidence. It's nice that when one starts to unravel this universal tech it really does start to answer almost every unanswered question I have :)

As for the swirly patterns on the rocks. I see 2 things neither of which is what I think you were intendding to bring up. 1) the spirals are bifillar coils 2) if you trace the energy originating from "the earth" on the left you will see two adjacent strands form one bifillar coil. I can't see the top, but I assume there might be lines coming from "the cosmos" that form the other set of counter rotating bifillar coils. Can anyone say Tesla...

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Don't apologise, keep critically thinking. It does not matter where we are wrong, no one really cares, it's only the truth that matters and nature cannot lie.

Rife's work was intimately connected with resonance and vibration and as I discussed again in the presentation above, EM waves can be converted into solitons that travel as sound and can interact with materials, materials in the body one would expect them to interact with is piezo-electric bone and tendons.

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was there a something electric part 2? I cant seem to find it. maybe it ended up under a different name?

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It was effectively disclosed in my ICCF-25 long form.

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Apr 28, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Tldr, sounds like someone's been stealing Robert Monroe's work

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Apr 28, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

"stealing"? really? Maybe so, nature reveals herself to all but only some see. Can you provide a link to his work?

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But to be fair it's a very very old idea

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He's written loads of books on astral projection.

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Apr 28, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Skyrmion

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In particle theory, the skyrmion (/ˈskɜːrmi.ɒn/) is a topologically stable field configuration of a certain class of non-linear sigma models. It was originally proposed as a model of the nucleon by Tony Skyrme in 1961.[1][2][3][4] As a topological soliton in the pion field, it has the remarkable property of being able to model, with reasonable accuracy, multiple low-energy properties of the nucleon, simply by fixing the nucleon radius. It has since found application in solid-state physics, as well as having ties to certain areas of string theory.

Skyrmions as topological objects are important in solid-state physics, especially in the emerging technology of spintronics. A two-dimensional magnetic skyrmion, as a topological object, is formed, e.g., from a 3D effective-spin "hedgehog" (in the field of micromagnetics: out of a so-called "Bloch point" singularity of homotopy degree +1) by a stereographic projection, whereby the positive north-pole spin is mapped onto a far-off edge circle of a 2D-disk, while the negative south-pole spin is mapped onto the center of the disk. In a spinor field such as for example photonic or polariton fluids the skyrmion topology corresponds to a full Poincaré beam[5] (which is, a quantum vortex of spin comprising all the states of polarization).[6]

Skyrmions have been reported, but not conclusively proven, to be in Bose–Einstein condensates,[7] thin magnetic films[8] and in chiral nematic liquid crystals.[9]

As a model of the nucleon, the topological stability of the skyrmion can be interpreted as a statement that the baryon number is conserved; i.e. that the proton does not decay. The Skyrme Lagrangian is essentially a one-parameter model of the nucleon. Fixing the parameter fixes the proton radius, and also fixes all other low-energy properties, which appear to be correct to about 30%. It is this predictive power of the model that makes it so appealing as a model of the nucleon.

Hollowed-out skyrmions form the basis for the chiral bag model (Cheshire Cat model) of the nucleon. Exact results for the duality between the fermion spectrum and the topological winding number of the non-linear sigma model have been obtained by Dan Freed. This can be interpreted as a foundation for the duality between a QCD description of the nucleon (but consisting only of quarks, and without gluons) and the Skyrme model for the nucleon.

The skyrmion can be quantized to form a quantum superposition of baryons and resonance states.[10] It could be predicted from some nuclear matter properties.[11]

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Re: Newgrange stone: imho the three "swirls" have the same spin and the same waveform. That would make them coherent (frequency unknown). Between the three and the two is a barrier and the two are also coherent but not with group of three. As the barrier is in the middle it could point to the "swirls" creating a north and a south pole.

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Yes, two are more connected than the third, but they are all part of the whole - intertwined.

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About direct electricity production from an LENR reaction, a few days LENR-forum member Teppo brought to our attention the existence of a paper authored by a US Navy researcher that claims having found a method to make any battery a net energy producer using ordinary battery electrolyte and adding a special ceramic that allows this electricity production. Dr. Barsoum is a material scientist and worked in several projects of protection of materials from cavitation and then on hyper velocity impacts in Soda Lime Glass, where he observed Cherenkov radiation and X ray emissions, and from this behavior he made a thought experiment that led him to visualize that what was observed at the macro scale with the hyper velocity impacts (10 km/s) was scalable down to the atto scale and should also lead to the production of relativistic electrons that is the Cherenkov radiation and that once started will keep ongoing in the ceramic pores, producing a net electric current. He offers little proof other than a few blurry images of his test with an old battery, but given the level of work he has published, one might be a fool to discard this latest, rather vague and published in a obscure outlet, paper that, if true, could have major implications.

https://www.scipedia.com/public/Barsoum_et_al_2021a

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MUST WATCH: breakthrough... Scientists create 'quantum ball lightning' in the lab https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkXMYqC5SH8

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Apr 28, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

LOOK AT THE ARTICLE!!! very interesting indeed!

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'For the first time ever' - 2 March 2018

Right hand image

https://youtu.be/wkXMYqC5SH8

'Ball Burn' - from 1986, MFMP Video published - 13 January 2018

https://youtu.be/YZFY8_DLMkc?t=7

This structure:

https://youtu.be/GSQADKiuqhk?t=401

Some microscope images can be downloaded from here.

https://goo.gl/f4WjAV

Is the same as this (just this one is MUCH bigger) on our MASSIVE Hutchison sample:

https://youtu.be/i7I7iS3gfLI?t=3306

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Can't see images now in article but can in video.

I saw this a while back and it is relevant. It needs to be counter-rotating as the Wheeler paper identifies. They are using BEC at near absolute zero - of course, ball lightning and our observations are not at that temperature and we know why now that that is just an arbitrary technical limit.

Look at the shape of the figure on the right here:

https://youtu.be/wkXMYqC5SH8?t=56

And the shape we have studied on the Hutchison / MFMP "Ball Burn" sample.

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https://www.pnas.org/content/116/20/9741

Please check out the above paper.

Manganese is also photoelectric.

SAFIRE produces Manganese that gets deposited on the copper electrodes.

I'm assuming that this increases the ability of the electrodes to emit electrons.

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Keep thinking anonymous, you already have the answer (not manganese, although it may be contributory)

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