Monday, December 08, 2008

Gravitic Musings

"The long and constant persuasion that all the forces of nature are mutually dependent, having one common origin, or rather being different manifestations of one fundamental power, has often made me think on the possibility of establishing, by experiment, a connection between gravity and electricity …no terms could exaggerate the value of the relation they would establish.'' -- Michael Faraday, physicist, 1865

"What we call mass would seem to be nothing but an appearance, and all inertia to be of electromagnetic origin." -- Henri Poincaré, physicist, 1908

"Gravitation is an electromagnetic phenomenon." -- Immanuel Velikovsky, cosmologist, 1946

"But then if there were events of this character, discharges between planets and so on, I put one of the most outrageous claims before the scientific readers, that in the solar system and in the universe generally, not just gravitation and inertia are the two forces of action but that also electricity and magnetism are participating in the mechanism, so the Lord was not just a watchmaker. The universe is not free of those forces with which the man makes his life easy already more than 100 years. They were unknown practically or little known in the time of Newton in the second half of the 17th century. But today we know that electricity and magnetism, these are not just small phenomena that we can repeat as a kind of a little trick in the lab, that they permeate every field from neurology into botony and chemistry and astronomy should not be free...and it was admitted by authorities that this was the most outrageous point in my claims. But the vengeance came early and swiftly. In 1960, already in 1955, radio noises from Jupiter were detected and this was one of the crucial tests that I offered for the truth of my theory. In 1958, the magnetosphere was discovered around the Earth, another claim. In 1960, the interplanetary magnetic field was discovered and plasma, so-called solar wind, moving rapidly along the magnetic lines and then it was discovered that the electromagnetic field of the Earth reaches the moon ." -- Immanuel Velikovsky, cosmologist, 1965

All of the above is from Oil is Mastery, blog posting, 12-08-2008

And now me; it is time to do a little tour of the leading thinkers and their perceptions as to the state of physics, particularly gravity. This is one of my "I don't get it" postings where I assemble thoughts of progressive thinkers, such as above, and apply that to our current understanding of physics.

My comprehension of physics doesn't go much past high school, and I was, or was kept as, a middling student at best. But I did detect that there were certain odd behaviors of my science teachers then; they looked so contrite and craven in telling the class that ether theory had been discarded due to Einstein's work on Relativity. Even my university professor looked like goof in explaining centripital and centrifugal forces. Little did I know that they knew much more IMHO, and weren't allowed to stray from the wrong minded curriculum.

Back to discordant theories of gravity and the cosmos. Like, how many candidates to we have for the energetic ether now:

-solar wind (per above)
-magnetosphere (per above)
-neutrinos (here, quoting, "more than 50 trillion solar electron neutrinos pass through the human body every second"
-Birkeland currents,(here quoting, "NASA's THEMIS (Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms) project "found evidence of magnetic ropes connecting Earth's upper atmosphere directly to the sun"" and
-dark energy (since 1998, here and here) and
-plasma cloak here [added 12-16-2008]

Bostick was a long time plasma researcher, and I don't know enough about his work to extrapolate his interactions with the governing scientific paradigm of Einstein's relativity. Another compendium like resource is the Plasma Universe, not adding to the debate, but listing the interpretations of researchers. Hannes Alfvén was another plasma physics researcher that ran afoul of the keepers of orthodoxy, though he did get the ultimate reward for scientific discovery, a Nobel Prize. This link provides a biography and some detail on his vexations as to how plasma physics is taught (barely at all).

From the above list, there are at least six major significant unseen, but measured, forces, and yet no scientist that I know of will not go out and declare there is a universal ether that even encompasses galaxies beyond ours. Then, there are those who are quite certain that Einstein got it wrong, and we have made a wrong turn in our collective understanding of fundamental physics since 1905 when he first published Relativity. Here are fiveTrafford book titles;

Was Einstein Wrong?, by Enrique Morales-Riveira, 206 pages, Perfect bound, catalogue no. 04-0071, ISBN 1-4120-2243-6
Did Einstein Get it Wrong?, by Michael J Kelly BSc. H.Dip.Ed, 80 pages, Perfect bound, catalogue no. 04-0729, ISBN 1-4120-2901-5
Problems With Einstein's Relativity: A revised view of the universe, by Selwyn E Wright, 190 pages, Perfect bound, catalogue no. 06-3324, ISBN 1-4251-1770-8
The Fall of Relativity, by Tarek S. Ahmadieh, 132 pages, Perfect bound, catalogue no. 06-0735, ISBN 1-4120-8979-4
Einstein's Relativity Theory: Correct, Paradoxical & Wrong, by Lyubomir T. Gruyitch, 315 pages, Perfect bound, catalogue no. 06-2239, ISBN 1-4251-0481-9

And two more from, not that I am trying to sell something here;

Why Einstein Was Wrong, or the Scroll Theory of Cosmology and of Matter (Paperback) by Reginald T. Chelvam (Author)
The Universal Properties of Acceleration: Did Einstein Look The Wrong Way? (Paperback) by Barry Lebost (Author)

And I am to the first to admit that I am only acting as a dilletante; I have not read any of the above mentioned books and only determined their relevance to this blog posting by way of their titles. All I am saying is that there seems to be some significant misunderstandings as to the applicability of Einstein's work, as well as that of what he based it upon.

To take a detour on Einstein, he based his work on the Michelson-Morely experiments in measuring light interference at orthogonal angles, and it was found that there was no significant difference, hence no ether. But later, Dayton Miller undertook much more extensive inferometer readings and found evidence that there were differing properties of light in differing directions, and hence, ether-drift. Even Einstein declared that his theories would not stand if Dayton Miller's work was unimpeachable. In June of 1921, Einstein wrote to the physicist Robert Millikan: "I believe that I have really found the relationship between gravitation and electricity, assuming that the Miller experiments are based on a fundamental error. Otherwise, the whole relativity theory collapses like a house of cards." But in reading the last mentioned link, I see that that certain sycophants, one named Shankland, expanded to the Shankland Group, disparaged Miller's work and acted as cheerleaders for the status quo, Einstein. The author concludes, that Shankland Group's conclusion in support of Einstein is "a testament to the intensely political nature of modern science, and how major theories often develop into belief-systems, which demand the automatic suppression of any new finding which might undermine the faith and "popular wisdom" of politically-dominant groups of academics. And that "wisdom" today is: Space is empty and immobile, and the universe is dead. I submit, these are unproven, and even disproven assertions, challenged in large measure by Dayton Miller's exceptional work on the ether drift." Later inferometry work has supported Miller's findings, viewable as Cosmic Ether-Drift and Dynamic Energy in Space Bibliography and Resources.

The on-off secret studies of Thomas Townsend Brown should not go ignored, as his work directly answered those above of Faraday. His publication, "How I Control Gravitation" by T.T. Brown, Science & Invention (August 1929) / Psychic Observer 37(1) should be an all-time classic of modern science IMHO, but he spent his entire career being given the short end of the stick. In reading the web site about developing the book, "Defying Gravity: The Parallel Universe of T. Townsend Brown, it is clear that T. T. Brown had some contacts with secret organizations, and that they provided some funding and oversight. They would not let him commercially develop his ionizing air cleaner in the 1960's, and only in the 1990's was it developed and manufactured as best selling, Ionic Breeze.

So is there a universal comological energetic ether, and if so, what does it comprise of and how can it be manipulated? If anyone had the answer to that, they would be a shoo-in for a Nobel Prize. T. T. Brown called the ether the "omniplasma continuum", a name that I think best describes what it is as well as its anisotropic properties. (Evidenced by harassment personnel driving same colored vehicles in differing directions in my proximity).

And on a related theme, is the book titled The Electric Universe, which encapsulates dark energy, black holes and other theories and replaces them with laboratory demonstrated plasma phenomena. The book has a convincing picture of a Hubble telescope photo of a discharging star. A similar title is in concordance, the The Electric Sky by Donald E. Scott. So, it would seem that we are in for a major set of revelations in physics and general understanding of the world. But how many more decades will it take? Dayton Miller published his most definitive work in 1933 and the Shankland Group beat it up like religious zealots in the mid 1950's, and we are still stuck with that outcome for over 50 years later. This is a prediction that I won't make, as it seems that the coming storm of reworking physics fundamentals will be a huge effort, as well as follow-on impact. And I am not talking about the strange stuff I get to see such as teleporting Fuckwits on my tail apparently coming from nowhere. When this plasmic universe view becomes accepted, which will take at least two decades once the concept gets decent airtime (untold decades hence), we will then be able to discover how cells can communicate their optimum cluster density and stop replicating in accordance with unknown environmental biofeedback. As far as I know, we don't yet understand this seeming basic self-optimization property of cellular growth.

As one who is subjected to extra-conventional gravitic fuckery all day long, it seems clear that whoever might be promoting the Einstein perspective has much to gain. As in, keeping the masses in the figurative scientific dark ages. Which suggests that even though they can flick my food laterally some distance without me imparting any possible motive force in that direction, as one of hundreds of consistent examples, they don't yet have all the answers. Hence, they go about picking off individual humans for nonconsensual experimentation in their abusive and relentless quest to obtain remotely applied energetics (aka, plasmic detection) results they don't yet have.

Of late, The Thems have been plying me with notions that their objectives transcend considerations on this planet and remind me of that absurd James Bond film title, The World is Not Enough. I don't give a shit as to the universal breadth of this obscene life-rape, and I won't ever believe that it is more important than the self-determination and rights of the TI's they routinely violate. And nor will I believe anything from a party that practices nonstop surveillance, duplicity and seems to be ready to send anyone to an early grave if they aren't conforming with their insidious agenda. No abetting or operative personnel will ever be forgiven for this insane agenda that has gone on for over six years, and seems to be entirely due to the fuckups that began this in my developmental years. Said fuckups seem to relate to the fact that they thought that wiping my recall would fix the problems of retained subconscious traumatizations, and it didn't work; hence the freakshow they put on around me all day long, invading my PC activity with the same imagery, and even invading my dreams for longer than I would allow as they can now defeat my bad dream neural circuit breaker mechanisms, whatever they are. Best that I stop here, and even at that, I might pull this last polemic paragraph as "off topic" on re-reading.


Anonymous said...

Hello AJH

From what I can tell and I am no expert.

What we exist in functions like the interior of the event horizon of a black hole.

In math a singularity is a region that all has the same value.

as a thought experiment picture a hollow sphere made out of very many single points. each of those points has the same value of X.

the scientist currently say our universe is expanding at the speed of light. If it is, there is nothing at all we can do to send a signal to the exterior of our universe. we are at the closest, maybe 15 billion light years in space time to the edge of the universe and that edge is receding away at the speed of light. cant use light to send the signal, it will never get any closer than it is now. which is very much like if you were to fall pas the event horizon of a black hole. you would see the event horizon receding away from you in all directon at the speed of light with no way to send a signal out past said event horizon. now that event horizon would be traveling away from you at the speed of light, which physics say would case it to have time for it "turned off".
From pondering this it would seem, the out side of an event horizon does not exist and time is not passing there.
hence our universe is expanding into nothing where time is not passing, meaning nothing outside our universe is changing in space or time.
when our universe stops expanding everything should revert to the way it was and evrything should repeat just as it happened last time.

from K-Pax

I wanna tell you something AJH, something you do not yet know, that we K-PAXians have been around long enough to have discovered. The universe will expand, then it will collapse back on itself, then will expand again. It will repeat this process forever. What you don't you know is that when the universe expands again, everything will be as it is now. Whatever mistakes you make this time around, you will live through on your next pass. Every mistake you make, you will live through again, & again, forever. So my advice to you is to get it right this time around. Because this time is all you have.

AJH said...

Answer to: Hello AJH... From what I can tell and I am no expert...

I think you are a different "Anonymous" than my regular one, but no matter (har, har). All the singularity, event horizons and universal expansion and contraction makes it seem like a cosmic yo-yo diet. I am not aware of "mistakes" I am making, or about to, or what it is that I am "to get right", or how my time is limited beyond conventional considerations. I don't mean to be dismissive, but for whatever reason, when conceptual topics are expounded upon, regardless of form or presentation, my cognition goes to shit. BUT it is interesting that the perps had me see K-PAX when they had me first incarcerated in 2002, as they rarely let me see movies, and this one "happened" to be showing in the building as part of a regular once per week movie night. I don't recall much from the show, but if I get the chance I will have to view it again to hopefully make new associations/learnings with the knowledge I since acquired and detailed in Gravitic Musings. Odd, or more like, highly significant, that the perps made sure I saw K-PAX when a TI-newbie. Thanks for the comments.