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Re: [tesla] Fwd: Re: Mother Earth Dynamo

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  • eric
    So far, physicists have not been able to solidly link the world of electric or magnetic to gravity. It does appear that mass affects the spacetime continuum.
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 13, 2002
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      So far, physicists have not been able to solidly link the world of electric or
      magnetic to gravity. It does appear that mass affects the spacetime
      continuum. Mass causes a dent in space time and slightly slows
      down time.

      You can pick up minute amounts of energy with a simple antenna.
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      From: "focusing1" <focusing1@...>
      To: <tesla@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Saturday, April 13, 2002 4:59 PM
      Subject: [tesla] Fwd: Re: Mother Earth Dynamo


      > --- In GPPB@y..., "focusing1" <focusing1@y...> wrote:
      > Good question.
      > I do not know the answer. It seems like if gravity is indeed an
      > electric space pressure, focused towards Earth's center by the convex
      > surface, and the pressure is imagined as an infinite number focused
      > straight lines, then at the equator a rotating surface point cuts
      > across the lines at the rate of 1037.5 miles per hour. What this
      > might come out in frequency terms,I have no idea.
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      > Anyone care to tackle this?
      > Roy
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      > --- In GPPB@y..., "dclmt" <dclmt@h...> wrote:
      > > Hello All,
      > >
      > > The details are a little sketchy but I remember reading that the
      > Earth is a massive dynamo that operates at around 43KHz. I was
      > reading a site about Nikola Tesla and his world record Lightening
      > length of 200 feet. all of this "FREE ENERGY" radiating though us
      > 24/7 should be easily picked up with a simple 23.25uF cap and 23.25
      > uH inductor with control and conditioning circuits.
      > > Any thoughts?
      > >
      > > --Dan
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