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Archive for January, 2008

Unwinding the Cosmos

Posted by keelynet on January 31, 2008

The unique thing about this theory is that it explains zero point energy along with everything else.

torsion.jpg“The presence of the golden ratio as an organizing principle in torsion physics led the team of Haramein and Rauscher to arrive at a Unified Field Theory that connects black holes to the structure of an atom. Their theory proposes that an atom is formed from the pumping or “breathing” of gravity in the space vacuum between the shape of a cube (dual tetrahedrons) and an octahedron, forming the simplest possible harmonically oscillating structure. As these two shapes oscillate, they pass through an icosahedron (or its dual dodecahedron) to form a golden spiral. Space is then seen as being organized into a polarized structured vacuum, called a Schwarzchild lattice, organized into 120 tiny black holes, each in its own “cell” of the lattice. Each cell is itself organized as a 12-faced pentagonal dodecahedron (or icosahedron). The Haramein-Rauscher atomic model is then used to explain each cell as a harmonically oscillating cubeoctahedron that passes through the Schwartzchild dodecahedron in the space lattice (centered on a tiny black hole). This pumping action creates an electromagnetic Coriolis Effect and double torus identical to a miniature spiral galaxy or hurricane. From the torquing edge or “event horizon” of the black hole in each cell of the space lattice, resonant atomic structures can form depending on the number of particles or atomic weight of different atoms. Of all the known elements, one particular atom, carbon-12, is more stable and resonant than any other element, accounting for its use as the international standard for atomic weight. In fact, carbon-12 resonates so well that it easily bonds with itself and other small atoms to form polypeptide amino acid chains and DNA molecules capable of evolving into the wide variety of water crystals we know as life. From the micro to the macro, torsion physics describes everything as a double torus of orthogonal (or “right-angled”) gravitational and electromagnetic forces that together spin off resonant harmonic structure at the perfectly balanced event horizon between them. Based on this theoretical model, some scientists are calling for increased funding and research to find ways of engineering the torsion field. Nicola Tesla was the first to suggest this more than a hundred years ago. In 2001, German scientist Dr. Konstantin Meyl reproduced Tesla’s wireless electricity experiments using a simple demonstration kit he built consisting of a dual-coil transmitter and matching receiver. He found that as the frequency was increased on the transmitter, scalar components were produced that tunneled over to the receiver to light an LED. Sold as a simple demonstration kit to more than fifty universities, the apparatus not only proved that electricity could be transmitted wirelessly, it also showed that scalar information could not be blocked by a shielded Faraday cage. More stunning than this, Meyl found that the scalar born information traveled more than 1.5 times the speed of light, confirming Tesla’s own experimental results. (via zpenergy.com)” – Source

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Video – $1 Image Stabilizer For Any Camera

Posted by keelynet on January 31, 2008

I am definitely building this simple thing since I often get a slight jitter that makes me have to retake a photo….definitely check out this video!

camerastabilizersm.jpg“A simple little trick to help you keep your camera steady: $1 Image Stabilizer. DIY pocket device to help you take sharper, steadier photos. It eliminates vertical shake and greatly reduces horizontal shake without need of hauling a klutzy tripod wherever you want to take photos. Very slick! (via j-walkblog.com)” – Source

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Electric Glove for Police Stuns Victims With 1,500 Volts

Posted by keelynet on January 31, 2008

An early Taser? It reminds me more of the electrified glove used by the villain in the last James Bond film, ‘Die another Day’. But that one had a lot more power even if it is a special effect.

shockglove.jpg“MORE punch than can be found in a box-glove is contained in a new electric glove invented by Cirilo Diaz of Cuba for use by police while handling rough characters or in quelling riots. Persons contacted by an officer wearing the glove receive a 1,500-volt shock, sufficient to remove all traces of fight. A half-pound battery worn on the belt supplies the power, all wiring being concealed beneath the coat. Police officials in New York where the device was first demonstrated, were favorably impressed by its effectiveness.” – Source

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Sound waves snuff fire

Posted by keelynet on January 31, 2008

Another novel use for sound that would seem to work like Halon to displace oxygen, thus snuffing a flame. A few years back a company in Israel made a fire fighting backpack that blew a stream of negative ions that would snuff fires.

“In 1857, Irish scientist John Tyndall recognized that sound waves could extinguish flames. Now, scientists hope that phenomena could lead to the development of new fire extinguishers that would be useful, say, in a spacecraft or terrestrially to avoid water damage from sprinklers. First though, they need to figure out why exactly sound can snuff fire. Most likely, the sound wave causes a drop in pressure that extinguishes the flame. From Scientific American: In 2004 Dmitriy Plaks and several of his fellow students at the University of West Georgia tested whether sound waves can douse fires in hopes of using sound to extinguish flames in a spacecraft. They placed a candle in a large topless chamber with three bass speakers attached to the walls. The candle was lit and the Canadian rock band Nickelback’s “How you remind me” was pumped through the subwoofers. Within roughly 10 seconds, once the song hit a low note, the flame was out, according to results published in 2005 in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.” – Source

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Cleveland death ray of 1934

Posted by keelynet on January 31, 2008

There were several reported death rays invented in the early 1900s but I hadn’t read anything about this one.

deathray1.jpg“REPORTED to have tremendous military possibilities, a successful death ray machine is said to have been invented, after lengthy experiments, by a Cleveland scientist. A partial description of the machine’s construction and operating principles was recently offered at a session of the National Inventors’ Congress at Omaha, Nebraska. Privileged witnesses to demonstrations of the machine declared that experiments were successful to a startling degree. Dogs, cats and rabbits were killed instantly, their blood turning to water as the ray was turned upon them. It is reported that the machine has been suppressed by the government until such time as it may be needed as a defensive weapon.” – Source

A friend told me a radionics experimenter had come up with a hollow tube which he saw aimed at jackrabbit hopping perhaps 100 feet away in the desert. When the tube was aimed at the rabbit, it fell in mid-jump. They retrieved the rabbit and cut it open on the kitchen table to find all the iron had been removed from the blood and now only a clear fluid remained.

Supposedly, this device and a raft of other amazing inventions are in a house out in Arizona. By now its probably been sold and/or torn down. Would be great to track it down and locate the widow of the inventor, but that takes money which I don’t have…any ‘sponsors’ out there to hunt down things like this??? Email me if you are interested.

Look at how many private discoveries are lost in the sands of history. What if we could save, study and rebuild them to use and put on the market!

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Bubble-busting sounds could keep chips cool

Posted by keelynet on January 31, 2008

What a fascinating discovery…. It correlates with some of Keely’s claims and the new discoveries of heat pumps and motor forces from high intensity or phase conjugated sound.

“Sound waves can boost the efficiency of liquid cooling techniques by nearly 150%, a feat that may help keep hardworking computer chips and other components from overheating in future. Current computer cooling solutions, such as fans and heat sinks, will have difficulty keeping more powerful microchips cool in future. But researchers in the US have shown how a relatively inefficient method – liquid cooling – can be improved dramatically with the use of sound waves. In experiments, the researchers placed an acoustic driver – essentially a speaker – sitting opposite from the heated surface, with cooling fluid in-between. They found that projecting just a small amount of sound energy, at frequencies near 1 kilohertz, across the fluid was enough to do dislodge the gathering bubbles. This increased the amount of heat that could be dissipated by as much as 147%. The best results were achieved when the distance between the acoustic driver and the heated surface was just a few millimetres, which is good news for applications in which space is a premium. “The underwater jets solution is effective, but this way is more compact, requires less power, and is, well, more elegant,” Glezer says.” – Source

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Multitasking is Destroying Our Ability to Focus

Posted by keelynet on January 31, 2008

In my working experience with people who ‘multitask’, I find they often spread themselves so thin, they do sloppy work which others then have to repair or correct. I would much rather have someone do one thing WELL, without errors and carried out with attention and perfection, rather than a raft of tasks completed which are fraught with errors or faulty logic.

multitasking.jpg“Multitasking messes with the brain in several ways. At the most basic level, the mental balancing acts that it requires — the constant switching and pivoting — energize regions of the brain that specialize in visual processing and physical coordination and simultaneously appear to shortchange some of the higher areas related to memory and learning. We concentrate on the act of concentration at the expense of whatever it is that we’re supposed to be concentrating on… studies find that multitasking boosts the level of stress-related hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline and wears down our systems through biochemical friction, prematurely aging us. In the short term, the confusion, fatigue, and chaos merely hamper our ability to focus and analyze, but in the long term, they may cause it to atrophy.” – Source

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Lead Acid Batteries on Steroids for Hybrid Cars

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

I love anything that uses hybrids to mix technology with the aim of increasing efficiency or producing novel products.

“Researchers in Australia have created what could be called a lead-acid battery on steroids, capable of performing as well as the nickel-metal hydride systems found in most hybrid cars but at a fraction of the cost. The so-called UltraBattery combines 150-year-old lead-acid technology with supercapacitors, electronic devices that can quickly absorb and release large bursts of energy over millions of cycles without significant degradation. As a result, the new battery lasts at least four times longer than conventional lead-acid batteries, and its creators say that it can be manufactured at one-quarter the cost of existing hybrid-electric battery packs. In the United Kingdom last week, a Honda Insight hybrid powered by the UltraBattery system surpassed 100,000 miles on a test track. In the late 1990s, for example, David Lamb helped design two hybrid cars that used a 60-volt lead-acid pack and a separate 150-volt supercapacitor pack. The lead-acid system allowed the vehicles to drive in all-electric mode in the city, while the supercapacitors gave the cars the jolt that was needed for acceleration and the ability to quickly absorb energy from braking. Lamb’s team decided to eliminate the need for all external electronics and instead build the supercapacitors directly into the battery. Essentially, one of the plates (the negative electrode) in the lead-acid battery was made half of lead and half of carbon, turning the battery into a supercapacitor-lead-acid hybrid.” – Source

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A Cure for Wall Warts

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

It’s not all that big a deal for a single house to save on such things as this, but if tens of millions used it, the combined energy savings could be enormous.

wallpower.jpg“You can flip off your widescreen TV with the remote control. Power down your computer to standby. Unplug your cellphone from its charger. But as you leave the room, the “wall warts” — those small boxes plugged into the wall sockets that power your electronics — stare with glowing diode eyes in accusation: You are still using power. In homes and offices everywhere, the power drained by idle electronics adds up to what Andy Williams says is a substantial waste. Williams is vice president of a company called On Semiconductor. Using more efficient components and design, his company and others make devices that sharply cut the energy appetite of the “wall warts,” both on standby and in use. He sees this as a key path to the future that will cut energy use and help curb global warming by ingenious use of technology. “We’re talking about the exact same principle as replacing incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent ones,” he said from Phoenix. “If our products were built into all consumer electronics — computers, flat-screen TVs, cellphones — we could save 800 million pounds of carbon emissions.” – Source

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Obesity operation may cure diabetes in many

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

What a novel discovery! To think that drastic weight loss would affect diabetes in any way, wow…

gastricbypass.jpg“Patients who had surgery to reduce the size of their stomachs were five times more likely to see their diabetes disappear over the next two years than were patients who had standard diabetes care, according to Australian researchers. Most of the surgery patients were able to stop taking diabetes drugs and achieve normal blood tests. The patients had stomach band surgery, a procedure more common in Australia than in the United States, where gastric bypass surgery, or stomach stapling, predominates. Gastric bypass is even more effective against diabetes, achieving remission in a matter of days or a month, said Dr. David Cummings, who wrote an accompanying editorial in the journal but was not involved in the study. In the Australian study, all the patients were obese and had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes during the past two years. Their average age was 47. Half the patients underwent a type of surgery called laparoscopic gastric banding, where an adjustable silicone cuff is installed around the upper stomach, limiting how much a person can eat. Both groups lost weight over two years; the surgery patients lost 46 pounds on average, while the standard-care patients lost an average of 3 pounds. Blood tests showed diabetes remission in 22 of the 29 surgery patients after two years. In the standard-care group, only four of the 26 patients achieved that goal. The patients who lost the most weight were the most likely to eliminate their diabetes.
Both patient groups learned about low-fat, high-fiber diets and were encouraged to exercise. Both groups could meet with a health professional every six weeks for two years. The death rate for stomach band surgery, which can cost $17,000 to $20,000, is about 1 in 1,000. There were only minor complications in the study. Stomach stapling has a 2 percent death rate and costs $20,000 to $30,000.” – Source

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