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• I very seldom get on this board anymore, but I just had to post this. If you want to see how the top plane of a cone is supposed to behave, check out this
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I very seldom get on this board anymore, but I just had to post this. If you want to see how the top plane of a cone is supposed to behave, check out this video:

Notice that as frequency increases, translation and rotation motion decreases.

Now, the three cone device sets this action up into a standing wave that will increase in frequency, just like the video, but instead of hitting a minimum translation that kills it, it will hit an equilibrium frequency first, that is self sustaining.

Onward
• bravo.. nice find.. I think it fits in well, with a geometrical, and numerical explanation, I have come up with.. I’ll have more later.. I’m a bit gun
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bravo..  nice find..  I think it fits in well, with a geometrical, and numerical explanation, I have come up with..  I’ll have more later.. I’m a bit gun shy right now.. I want to get on the job, with building my cone device this fall.. and apply what I think I know..  there are a lot of permutations that need to be tried out..

From: Mike
Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 11:47 AM
Subject: [hameltech] Euler's disk

I very seldom get on this board anymore, but I just had to post this. If you want to see how the top plane of a cone is supposed to behave, check out this video:

Notice that as frequency increases, translation and rotation motion decreases.

Now, the three cone device sets this action up into a standing wave that will increase in frequency, just like the video, but instead of hitting a minimum translation that kills it, it will hit an equilibrium frequency first, that is self sustaining.

Onward

• Thanks :) I also recently found an old article discussing how gravity had a slight sideways force. This was from the 1920 s or something. I don t even
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Thanks :)

I also recently found an old article discussing how gravity had a "slight sideways" force. This was from the 1920's or something. I don't even remember what was being discussed. But this quip stuck out in my mind, like a little secret slip in a sea of physics discussion, as though it was a widely regarded "known" at the time.

Well, I suppose it was, and is, a widely regarded "known", because it is proven by the Foucault pendulum. Although, the Foucault pendulum is essentially showing a progression due to the rotation of the earth, it is a force, nonetheless. A force which is available for exploitation.

Does a Foucault pendulum swing in a straight line at the equator? If yes, then the theory is true, the Foucault pendulum reverts to a circular motion due to the rotation of the earth. If no, however, and it reverts to a circle at the equator as well, then the "rotation of the earth" reason is a lie, and gravity itself has a slight sideways component. This is very intriguing considering Einstein's theory of bending space-time in the vicinity of mass to create "gravity".

--- In hameltech@yahoogroups.com, "George T. Pantos" <gop6@...> wrote:
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> bravo.. nice find.. I think it fits in well, with a geometrical, and numerical explanation, I have come up with.. Iâll have more later.. Iâm a bit gun shy right now.. I want to get on the job, with building my cone device this fall.. and apply what I think I know.. there are a lot of permutations that need to be tried out..
>
> From: Mike
> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 11:47 AM
> To: hameltech@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [hameltech] Euler's disk
>
>
> I very seldom get on this board anymore, but I just had to post this. If you want to see how the top plane of a cone is supposed to behave, check out this video:
>
>
> Notice that as frequency increases, translation and rotation motion decreases.
>
> Now, the three cone device sets this action up into a standing wave that will increase in frequency, just like the video, but instead of hitting a minimum translation that kills it, it will hit an equilibrium frequency first, that is self sustaining.
>
> Onward
>
• It is called the Coriolis force. I know it is a real fragment of the earths rotation, but the bending of space-time at a mass always reminds me of one of
Message 1 of 6 , Aug 12
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It is called the Coriolis force. I know it is a real fragment of the earths rotation, but the bending of space-time at a mass always reminds me of one of those coin vortex bins at walmart to collect change for a charity. You put the coin in and it spins sideways and downward in the vortex, until it finally drops in the collection bucket.

That is something that can be exploited. It isn't the coriolis effect, proper, but it may very well be a factor.

--- In hameltech@yahoogroups.com, "Mike" <mikemo500@...> wrote:
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> Thanks :)
>
> I also recently found an old article discussing how gravity had a "slight sideways" force. This was from the 1920's or something. I don't even remember what was being discussed. But this quip stuck out in my mind, like a little secret slip in a sea of physics discussion, as though it was a widely regarded "known" at the time.
>
> Well, I suppose it was, and is, a widely regarded "known", because it is proven by the Foucault pendulum. Although, the Foucault pendulum is essentially showing a progression due to the rotation of the earth, it is a force, nonetheless. A force which is available for exploitation.
>
> Does a Foucault pendulum swing in a straight line at the equator? If yes, then the theory is true, the Foucault pendulum reverts to a circular motion due to the rotation of the earth. If no, however, and it reverts to a circle at the equator as well, then the "rotation of the earth" reason is a lie, and gravity itself has a slight sideways component. This is very intriguing considering Einstein's theory of bending space-time in the vicinity of mass to create "gravity".
>
>
> --- In hameltech@yahoogroups.com, "George T. Pantos" <gop6@> wrote:
> >
> > bravo.. nice find.. I think it fits in well, with a geometrical, and numerical explanation, I have come up with.. Iâll have more later.. Iâm a bit gun shy right now.. I want to get on the job, with building my cone device this fall.. and apply what I think I know.. there are a lot of permutations that need to be tried out..
> >
> > From: Mike
> > Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 11:47 AM
> > To: hameltech@yahoogroups.com
> > Subject: [hameltech] Euler's disk
> >
> >
> > I very seldom get on this board anymore, but I just had to post this. If you want to see how the top plane of a cone is supposed to behave, check out this video:
> >
> >
> > Notice that as frequency increases, translation and rotation motion decreases.
> >
> > Now, the three cone device sets this action up into a standing wave that will increase in frequency, just like the video, but instead of hitting a minimum translation that kills it, it will hit an equilibrium frequency first, that is self sustaining.
> >
> > Onward
> >
>
• I have been working on this stuff with some spin. It looks as if this is how the EM fields pattern out with spin. I think this was also in the bible (genesis 7
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I have been working on this stuff with some spin. It looks as if this is how the EM fields pattern out with spin. I think this was also in the bible (genesis 7 days thing )but without these charts. Each of the two images shows a certain spin. So if the outer ring was spinning counterclockwise the stuff in the chart depicts where the + and - electric fields would be as well as where the N and S pole magnetism groups. Each of the two images can also be viewed as the same thing but different sides of the coin.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sGgHdd17tU  here is a video I made showing this mapping in an applied setting on a real device. The center of the device in the film is a rotating 1 inch neodymnium sphere being pulsed fast to get it to rotate.  Also in the video the mapping in the charts above is invisible to the eye. I also have more stuff ill post later to back this up. Even a tie-in with some UFO stuff from so called Venusians.

Basically a rotating field disperses out in a pattern. And that pattern's polarities are based on its rotation direction.
In the charts
green = Southpole magnetism
red = neg electric
grey = positive electric
blue = N pole magnetism

Notice how the red and grey,  + and - electric fields cancel each other out by touching, leaving just the magnetism effects. I have also been able to apply this model to the Earth as it spins too. I havent done it outside of my head but it might create some world grid.

-Neal

• By the way, the key moment in that video is at 1:47. That is approximately the self sustaining frequency that we seek in a functional 3-cone device. :)
Message 2 of 6 , Aug 13
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By the way, the key moment in that video is at 1:47. That is approximately the self sustaining frequency that we seek in a functional 3-cone device. :)

--- In hameltech@yahoogroups.com, "George T. Pantos" <gop6@...> wrote:
>
> bravo.. nice find.. I think it fits in well, with a geometrical, and numerical explanation, I have come up with.. Iâll have more later.. Iâm a bit gun shy right now.. I want to get on the job, with building my cone device this fall.. and apply what I think I know.. there are a lot of permutations that need to be tried out..
>
> From: Mike
> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 11:47 AM
> To: hameltech@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [hameltech] Euler's disk
>
>
> I very seldom get on this board anymore, but I just had to post this. If you want to see how the top plane of a cone is supposed to behave, check out this video:
>