Thanks (I think) for noticing I took Harwood to his long overdue and richly deserved trip to the
woodshed. Thought you might find this interesting:
A SHORT APPRECIATION OF NIKOLA TESLA
By Paulo N. Correa & Alexandra N. Correa
First published in Infinite Energy #48:40, 2003.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Harvey D Norris" <harvich@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 2:36 AM
Subject: [teslafy] Speaking of Changes
| Geez, as Jerry Decker might say, or so on....
| One time a long time ago I forwarded some ideas to Keelynet... He
| goes I dont want that here. jerry didnt like it. And everyone has
| their own priveledge, they make the rules. Now that I mentioned it, I
| havent looked at Keelynet for a coons age, I'll put it on the agenda
| of things to be done. Its a first free energy group that started
| before many others. But lets say the founder also got strange. Hell I
| dont remember that well, but I think Tim Harwood or someone actually
| published something nice about Jerry's mental illness, and he also
| made a page about that. Like to read that one again, quite amuzing
| dosier to say the least...actually. I dont remember these things too
| well, but I do remember that Tim also started a campaign to discredit
| Tom Bearden. even started a Yahoo group there too, probably to say
| how Tom Bearden was insane or pathological. Hey I agree that Tom B
| has made some silly mistakes of physics, and if he is a doctor, he
| might consult some people in his trade. And then I also remember that
| some people started bitching about Tim too, thanks Mr Dave Narby, if
| I remember the name correctly. And Tim started bitching saying Narby
| should be kicked out of this group... Bitch bitch bitch... I aint
| kickin no one out unless they are totally out of hand. Freedom of
| expression is quite essential. We all make mistakes, and sometimes we
| say things later we wish we hadnt said, especially including me. But
| lucky for me I can just politely go back later and delete those bad
| things I say from the records of this group. Da da da...
| So lets go on from that thought. Each of has thoughts we wish to
| share with others, but one bad comment that exists in those written
| records might make us say, we dont wish to share the thought we have
| made, because one bad thing was in there. Notable here was my recent
| comments about the police state. I dont want people to think I am a
| nut, but then again, maybe I am a nut, so I shouldnt have to defend
| myself. We are who we are, and as soon as we come to terms with that,
| the better off we will be.
| In the case of Jerry Decker, someone else on that list published what
| I wrote, and Jerry told him not to do that beforehand, but it went on
| that list, and Jerry got pissed and kicked him off the list. So I can
| say without regret Jerry is a dickhead, and I wont retract that
| statement. In fact that was years before this list started and it
| would be amuzing to see what that censorship was all about.
| Quip quip quip;
| Of course the rules here are less strict.
| What I do when I say something here that is unappropriate, I might
| apologize for it later, but usually I don't. I just let it pass, and
| eventually people forget about it. Then I delete it from the public
| record of this list, and no one is the wiser. Hell I might bitch to
| the president of Russia, but if you go back and try to find that
| record it is gone. But everyone here knows when I make an ass out of
| myself, because they recieved the mailing. And no one bitches too
| much about my politics either, so if I say bad things about the
| police state, they might just think, hey he's going off again with
| his stuff/ again/ its just part of the program/ go with the flow...
| And so as Paul Harvey would say/ heres the rest of the story...
| Maybe I get to quote someone who is quite a genious or I cant spell
| it right ect...,but maybe he wishes his comments to remain anonomous.
| Or maybe he's like me, dont keep good record keeping, cant remember,
| or so forth, and its too hard to find what you wrote in the past,
| because you write so much stuff.
| So lets just start from the point of belligerence and go from
| there..., no need for that when people look at what you say, it just
| gets repeated..., and we can say I didnt have the permission to
| repeat it, but because it was so good it deserves to be repeated, so
| if I have to say I'm sorry for repeating it--- I aint ,but at least I
| didnt put a label there..., so we can say it is anonymous.
| There are 10 groups of people in the world: those who think that they
| understand binary, and those
| who don't...<G>... but why not? there are also two groups of people
| in the world: those who can be
| categorized into one of two groups of people, and those who can't...
| Da... how mystical? I'm sure I have permission for the rest of
| Just to prove your point that humans are basically brain-damaged
| monkeys, consider the following
| logic (or strange trail of near-sequiters... or 'non'... depending on
| one's POV):
| At a very basic level in human mentality (DNA, even), there could
| exist a connection between
| mysticism and physics (or biophysics) which expresses itself in
| numerology, for instance, which is the
| study of 'special' numbers.
| The " I-Ching" or "Book of Changes" is an ancient Chinese book of
| wisdom which seems to have a
| strange effectiveness in divination and numerology. The book evolved
| over time but was already
| fairly sophisticated by the time of Emperor Hsi almost 5000 years
| ago. For Taoists, it is a daily
| practice of self-awareness, as much 'directed-meditation' as
| divination (a word whose very meaning has
| been warped 180 degree away from true spirituality). Over time, the I-
| Ching has been read and
| practiced by far more humans than the Bible or Torah, even despite
| modern attempts by the soulless
| Maoists to suppress it.
| An I-Ching interpretation is performed by contemplating a difficult
| question and then recording
| six binary decisions (denoted in a hexagram). This can be done with a
| coin or with straws or sticks
| and is called 'casting the I Ching'. These are written down as a
| stack of six solid or broken
| lines - but there is no reason why hexagram can't be generated by a
| computer program - as is done now
| millions of times daily.
| There are actually four possible values for each of the lines; the
| two on/off values, and a line
| which changes from on to off, or vice versa. Thus one cast of the I
| Ching can generate two
| different hexagrams, present and future, which adds depth and beauty
| to the interpretation. The
| sophistication of this four-valued logic has been compared to the
| biochemistry of DNA amino acids. How a
| Neolithic shamans' divination technique may have been influenced by
| the basic logic of the human
| genome is an ageless mystery.
| For the heck of it, I went to this site (there are others):
| to ask for a divination... in typical nerd fashion, about
| the 'structure of the proton.'
| This was my reading for "proton structure" Yours would be different
| because the divination is not
| just about the question-posed, per se, but about the *question WRT
| the asker.*
| The *present* is embodied in Hexagram 4 - Meng (Youthful Folly):
| The *future* is embodied in Hexagram 59 - Huan (Dissolution):
| Not as grim as it might seem... first impressions are invariably
| wrong with the I-Ching. As
| always, it is the interpretation which is complex, and I will save
| that for another day, except to say
| that there are 64 kua or Hexagrams and each has its own ancient
| commentary, and some more modern,
| so it is rather difficult to derive 'instant' meaning: accuracy in
| meaning comes over time and with
| adequate contemplation. For instance, as to the future, the Huan
| Hexagram has appeared many times
| for me. But yet I don't take this to mean that the proton decays,
| necessarily, or that I am any
| nearer to death than anyone else my age.
| But there are some more interesting connections between the I-Ching
| and the Bohr atom and the
| electron. The number 918 is prominent in two ways. Some claim that
| the electron is *composed* of 918
| units of something - maybe photons or another photon-like wave
| particle (soliton -gluon-neutrino)
| per electron. Side note: hypothetical baryons called solitons - which
| are hedgehog-like classical
| solutions found in the standard model - contain a special soliton
| sometimes called the Theta^+
| baryon or chiral soliton, which is viewed as the solution of the
| Chiral quark soliton model. I have a
| hunch that this item (in effect, the prototype of all *items*) is
| the real god-particle - the
| most basic constituent of everything.
| Getting back to the 918 items. We find that 511 KeV /918 = ~556.6 eV,
| not exactly a well-know
| value. But that figure has not yet been modified by the fine
| structure constant, which logic say
| should figure into the equation somehow if we want to find a relation
| between the electron and
| everything else. I'm not sure how it really fits in yet, except in
| playing around with the calculator,
| just now, I see that if one multiplies 511 by the fsc and then
| by .918 one arrives at the
| interesting mass/energy of 3.4 eV, which for some time, I have been
| guesstimating will be the most likely
| vehicle (energy terminus) for capturing ZPE.
| 918 is also half the p:e mass ratio: i.e. half of 1836 and it is also
| close to 3 times the fifth
| power of 5. For whatever that tidbit about 'powers of five' is worth.
| 918 / 64 kua of a 4 x 4 x 4 Magic Cube = 14.34375 ("Grace Factor")
| 14.34375 ^7 power = 918 (the number of photons per electron),
| 14.34375 ^8 power = 1836 (the atomic weight of the proton as a ratio
| to the electron).
| What this may be telling us is that the number of photons (chiral
| solitons) per electron (918)
| divided by the total Magic Cube, 64 kua (surface of electron), equals
| the factor 14.34375, and when
| raised to the 7th octave note level, as its
| extremity........transitions splits, and then doubles
| or mirrors itself when raised to its 8th power, which should be the
| next octave. IOW the proton is
| eight dimensions removed from the god-particle which could mean,
| among other things that "space"
| is at least nine dimensions (unless 4-space itself is the repository
| for all 'enfolded'
| If aether is somehow related to Dirac's epo, one wonders if the
| Proton could somehow be simply a
| Condensate of Positronium? - a Bucky Ball Proton .. composed of 918
| tachyons (epos)?
| I guess I can look back at this, and it will always be food for
| thought. Many others too. Not too many secrets here about the author,
| but I am polite.
| Thanx for the good reading, took me awhile to remember where you put
| that thing, so I used the same signpost and mixed it with other
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