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Offline Belfior

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Graphene provides limitless free energy
« on: December 04, 2017, 09:06:43 AM »
Scientists have found that graphene moves in Brownian motion and if it does this between 2 electrodes you get free power

http://www.iflscience.com/technology/graphene-loophole-could-provide-clean-and-limitless-energy-in-the-future/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrleMqm3HiU&feature=youtu.be

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2017, 09:35:39 AM »



Who hasn't feared this day would come?


The dreaded perpetual brownian movement!




Buddum bum.




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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2017, 10:09:03 AM »
Wonderful.
The day of free energy is numbered!

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2017, 11:41:10 AM »
another bs lie

free energy is impossible

i wish all science liars locked up


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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2017, 06:05:56 PM »
another bs lie

free energy is impossible

i wish all science liars locked up


Looks like a good place to insert my favorite quote from
Maxwell Plank


“Truth never triumphs, its’ enemies eventually die”


——————————————————————————-


It is a well known scientific phenomena, that all atoms “radiate” electromagnetic energy.
At specific frequencies.
This is the basis of Microwave technology.
The magnetron in your microwave oven is tuned to the
specific frequency of the water molecule (H2O)
Microwave weapons can be created to attack virtually any
Atom or molecule, or even large physical dimensions,
Simply as a function of wavelength or frequency.
This is done by changing the dimensional size of an oscillatory component
Found inside the magnetron. (See Microwave Physics)


Also known to us mere humans, is that when we excite these atoms or molecules,
The Amplitude of the frequency increases. (See laser physics)
Further, that certain isotopes inherently posses greater energies, and their amplitudes
are naturally high. Some so high it causes particle emissions and nucleic decay.
Their frequencies are slightly different than the base elements.
(See Nuclear Physics)
Also that we can initiate the reverse of this process by particle bombardment.
(See Particle Physics)


I ask that you now ignore the ignorant claim of single atomic layer membranes of graphemes.
Instead focus of one of the other key properties of graphemes.
When energy is increased, the crystalline structure incurrs a similar physical distortion to that of
piezoelectric crystals.
 In addition, the natural frequency oscillations increase in amplitude, as a function of applied power
 (current x voltage)


As the physical thickness of the layer approaches the wavelength of the atom,
The physical distortion approaches a maximum amplitude.
But it occurs to lesser degrees in ANY thickness of graphene.
There is one condition: that the surface layer of the graphene (not the electrodes) is planed to within
a variance of the atomic radii. (Carbon) (See resonant frequency of hexagon)


The frequency of graphene has a wavelength of about 3.5 plank lengths,
as a function of the crystalline structure.


Even number layers exhibit the “Hall Effect” due to these oscillations.


When compounded with atoms and molecules of other frequencies,
graphene can be used in applications with a wide range of frequencies.


Also it is extremely conductive. Almost a room temperature superconductor.
(slightly more conducive than gold)


When the length and/or width of the layer approaches a multiple of 3.5 plank lengths
The physical distortions approach a maximum.


An electrical current (replenishing charge) is applied to the graphene layer,
Between two conductors, the charge is transferred by contact, through the oscillations.
When this happens, the crystalline structure increases in energy.
This in turn, increases the energy of the carbon atoms.


Because of the way the atoms share electrons with one another, there are quantum states
in which an electron occupies two atoms simultaneously.
When the graphene drops from a high-energy state to a low-energy state,
An electron is ejected as a result of this quantum duality.
(they are replenished by the environment or from the applied charge)


This oscillating current can be passed through an inductive transformer and a portion of this
can be fed back into the system to sustain the effects.


This is made possible by a collaborative set of equations given to us by Maxwell Plank, and
The all knowing, all powerful, ever-present, Albert Einstein. Who himself, was one of The Godfather’s
of modern Thermodynamic Theory.


Thank you for your time. You may return to your previously scheduled Bible Thumping.

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2017, 09:32:28 PM »
It is a well known scientific phenomena, that all atoms “radiate” electromagnetic energy.
At specific frequencies.

how? what is vibrating? what mechanism? what is em energy? what frequency? what is photon?

word salad? description? story?

BS

maxwell lied. there is nothing, no transverse wave in space. what carries electric and magnetic fields?

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #6 on: December 06, 2017, 09:43:29 PM »
Because of the way the atoms share electrons with one another, there are quantum states
in which an electron occupies two atoms simultaneously.
When the graphene drops from a high-energy state to a low-energy state,
An electron is ejected as a result of this quantum duality.

bs word puzzle

how's atom formed? how 2 atoms share electron? why proton and electron don't stick together? what is quantum? what is quantum state? what is energy?

full of bs is your science

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #7 on: December 06, 2017, 10:58:55 PM »
Because of the way the atoms share electrons with one another, there are quantum states
in which an electron occupies two atoms simultaneously.
When the graphene drops from a high-energy state to a low-energy state,
An electron is ejected as a result of this quantum duality.

bs word puzzle

how's atom formed? how 2 atoms share electron? why proton and electron don't stick together? what is quantum? what is quantum state? what is energy?

full of bs is your science

Well, is-a-wit do you have any better explanation for how things work?  You sound like a ten year old babbling nonsense.

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #8 on: December 07, 2017, 12:35:05 AM »
debunk me anything?

what is energy?

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #9 on: December 07, 2017, 01:20:30 AM »
most science you learned are bs.

maxwell and einstein are both wrong on their theories.

light is not wave nor particle.


all my life, search the mechanisms for gravity, magnetism, light and atomic structure. would trade my life for any one. now i got it all, am i happy?

i thanked God. but still empty, life itself is still a mystery. best i can do is to share my finds.

to see the universe from an atom, give you logo pieces, you can build all kinds of toys.

gravity is simply induced electrical attraction force between neutrally charged masses/matters. similar to sexual attraction outside marriage.

the greatest 2 physics laws tell the secret already.

f=Ke x q1q2/rr and f=G x m1m2/rr both forces decay at 1/rr, must have same nature.


HOW ATOMS ARE FORMED

1 electron carries 1 negative charge

if we smash the electron into 1000000 equal pieces, each piece will carry 1/1000000 negative charge. Let's call it enertron.

since enertrons carry the same negative charge, they repel each other.

if we have a perfect bottle, which means no leakage, no react, like glass bottle to air.

we put 1000000 enertrons into the perfect bottle, since enertrons repel each other, they put a pressure on the bottle wall. let's measure and call that pressure 1 volt.

if we put 8000000 enertrons into the same bottle, the pressure on the wall should be 4 volts.

now if 1 enertron is moving or vibrating, the rest all enertrons will be energized.

that is the mechanism of light/quantum.


now if we put 1 positive charge into the perfect bottle, what will happen?

enertrons should be attracted by the positive charge and form a ball around it, the closer to the positive charge the denser enertron cloud. the density of the enertron is decay at 1/rrr due to the repulsion force between enertrons decay at 1/rr.

now image enertron is the real thing, it carries a tiny negative charge, something like 1/10^33 electron charge, but it has a stronger force field, similar to neodymium magnet compare with iron magnet.

image proton actually carries 918 positive charges, it attracted 917 total charges of enertrons formed a solid ball, 1 electron attached to the ball to form a neutrally charged hydrogen atom. 1 atomic weight equals to 1936 total charges, no matter positive or negative charges.

this is the realistic atomic structure. the electrons are constantly vibrating on the plane at 90 degrees to the atom radius due to the kinetic energy it carries.

atoms are solid balls, matter is not compressible.

if atoms are constructed as science told you, 99.99% empty space, why matter is not compressible? electron shell/wave/cloud/orbital are negatively charged, they do not stick to positive changed nuclear is a magic, how can they stand any force/impact/reaction without crashing?

why is energy conserved?

if you put a moving force on any electrons with a force, that force is spreading to all the lines of sight electrons instantly by the repulsion force between them f=Kexee/rr, they all are moving now, and cannot stop ever.

do we have a perfect bottle?

yes, every atom is a perfect bottle. all matters are a perfect bottle. energy has nowhere to go but bounce within and between matters.

the forces f=Ke x e1e2/rr and f=G x m1m2/rr are like perfect springs between/within matters, connected all matters in 1.


MAGNETISM

2 parallel wires at r distance, the free electrons in the 2 wires repel each other with force f=Ke x q1q2/rr, that force is the carrier of energy/moving electric force/emf. that force act as a class 1 lever with the fulcrum at the center, the mechanical advantage is equal to 1.

if electrons move in wire 1, electrons in wire 2 will instantly have opposite direction emf. the true mechanism of electromagnetic induction. same as momentum conservation.

every magnetic atom/magton contains 2 atoms. 2 atoms of a ferromagnetic matter before magnetize, we put it as 00. if 1 electron moved from 1 atom to the other atom and stays there as -11, the 2 atoms become a magton, it carries a special property now, we call it magnetic force.

-11, -22, -33...-nn are all magton, but carry different magnetic force strength.

2 magtons attract each other in the direction -11><-11, and repel each other in the direction -11<>1-1 or 1-1<>-11.

use copper wire winding around an iron core, put a current, the electrons in the wire move in circles around the core, make atoms in the core arrange into -11-11 directions all the way. on the pole plane area, magtons are arranged as clockwise concentric circles of -11-11 directions, north pole.

reverse the current direction, the pole plane area magtons are arranged as counterclockwise concentric circles of -11-11 directions, south pole.

so, a magnet north pole stored clockwise electric force, south pole stored the counterclockwise electric force. the same poles always repel, different poles always attract.

the earth magnetic field is a mistake. there is no field but the force in the universe. sunlight moves electrons moving westward causing earth magnetic force interact with compasses.

there is only 1 force exists, coulomb force f=Ke x q1q2/rr. gravity and magnetic force are both different configurations of electric force.

without matters, there is no force. a single matter has no force. force can only exist between matters.

without a test body, where is the electric or magnetic field? where is gravity field?

the mysteries of the universe are within 2 equations.

f=Ke x e1e1/rr and f=G x m1m2/rr.

those 2 forces rule everything existing.

the mechanism of quantum entanglement is simple. the force between any 2 charged particles f=Ke x qp/rr is the carrier of energy/information/moving electric force. it is an invisible physical rod with zero mass that always connected 2 particles as 1. if 1 particle is energized, that energy instantly transferred to another. from f=ma, m=0, so energy instantly moved from 1 particle to another. we call it QE


enjoy it, question me or see more at fuckedscience.com

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #10 on: December 07, 2017, 01:35:47 AM »
Because of the way the atoms share electrons with one another, there are quantum states
in which an electron occupies two atoms simultaneously.
When the graphene drops from a high-energy state to a low-energy state,
An electron is ejected as a result of this quantum duality.

bs word puzzle

how's atom formed? how 2 atoms share electron? why proton and electron don't stick together? what is quantum? what is quantum state? what is energy?

full of bs is your science


Umm ok... I will attempt to baby step you through some of your questions.
Some I will not answer directly, because the questions themselves are of
nomenclature not of science......


1) How are atoms formed?
This process takes place in empty space, where-in cosmic radiation perturbes
an area of spacetime, resulting in spontaneous particle creation of the primary nucleic
structure (hydrogen) and its’ opposite (antihydrogen)
We call these structures a proton and an antiproton.
most of these pairs collide and destroy each other, releasing some of the radiation back
into space. Every now and then, they go in different directions, thus matter is formed.
The exact details of this process are complex, and involve many sub-particle
predecessors, and the nuclear physics of galactic formation.
Hydrogen is the major constituent of young stars.
More complex atoms and molecules are formed by nuclear reactions in the stars.
Stars emanate atomic and molecular dust, with travel to earth as dust and meteors.
To explain this in comprehensive detail would take up a lot of pages and isn’t the subject
of this topic. So if you would like to learn more about physical matter is formed, I would
refer you to your local library or a college curriculum.


2) How do atoms and molecules share electrons?
The most simple form of this takes place in an ionic bond.
This is when one atom has an unpaired electron in its outer shell, and another has a deficit.
This results in a negative and positive atomic charge, respectively.
When these ions bond, they form an electrically neutral crystalline structure,
by sharing the electron of the negative atom.
Simply put, during a portion of its’ orbit, the electron travels partially around the nucleus
of the positive atom, both neutralizing its’ charge and ‘tying’ it to the positive atom.
Table Salt is one example of this, being an ionic bond between sodium and chlorine.
Since sodium has one valence electron, and chlorine has -11, when 8 sodium ions arrange around
a chlorine anion, all 8 electrons are shared, and 3 of these exist in a state of ‘duality’. Meaning one
electron from each of the 3 atoms can be found in two locations of the outer shell of the anion.
This happens due to the geometry of the octahedron. At plank distances, the orbital path crosses in
two points. We find that at any given time, 3 of the electrons can be found in two places at once.
The probability of where they will be, is defined by one of the quantum equations.
A similar ‘handshake’ takes place with Carbon.
Carbon is a -4 (carbon is -2.55 on the modern Pauling Scale, but that’s too much to explain)
Now, here’s where ions and anions get tricky.
At the middle-point of a valence shell, you could view the glass as half full, or half empty.
We could also say that it’s not ionic, but if that were the case, you and I would not exist.
As with other atoms and molecules with an exactly half-full shell, carbon exhibits properties of
electronegativity and electropositivity. We label it electronegative because, by relative comparison
to most other substances, carbon is negative. However, with respect to a more negative ion, such as
Aluminium, carbon is electropositive.
So how are electrons shared between 2 carbons?
In chemistry this is called a ‘double bond’, because there are two electrons from each atom that
are shared. In quantum atomic physics this is a ‘quantum double bond’ because two electrons
from each exist in a state of duality. Two from each gives us the 4 that are missing.
This is different from the ionic bond, if you did not notice.
There are no “paired” electron bonds.
Each atom has its 4 electrons.
But two of them are in a dual-state. Meaning they can be found in two places at once.
Twice, per orbit. Two points around each atom.
Since our bonds are entirely quantum, (there’s that damn word again) the electron orbits are
completely circular (pi). This is one of the criteria of diamagnetism, so (in theory) C2 should
be diamagnetic. Since all fount of the shared electrons (two from each carbon atom) are found
in two places, around each atom (a 2-d circle is formed on a single plane in physical terms),
the condition of a full orbital is satisfied. Meaning it is a stable molecular formation,
Because it is a pi orbital, with a single vector, the only major factor contributing to a change in
orbital path is the charge vector. Which is 90-degrees from the orbital path, on a 360-degree plane.
it spirals around until disturbed by an outside force.
For instance, if you approach the molecule with a magnetic field, the field caused by the orbitals’
magnetic moment will orient 180-degrees to the magnetic. Meaning it will try to fight the force by
facing a like pole towards it. Anything else would slow down or eject the electrons, it is the natural way
electrons behave in stable pi orbitals. But because the magnetic moment is 90-degrees to the vector of
the charge, it not only changes the vector, but generates an electric charge in response to the changing
magnetic field, strengthening the magnetic moment, this is why these types of atoms are ‘diamagnetic’.


Let’s look at C3: three carbon atoms creating a stable construct.
This does Not have a pi orbital. It is an elongated ellipse.
three electrons are shared from one atom and one from the other.
Which one, depends on several variables. But we’ll say one is oriented such that the electric effects
grab onto 3, leaving only enough charge to grab one from the other atom.
The central atom being the decider, or you could say one of the end atoms was in an excited state
and dictated the rest to fall in line. However you look at it, they form a 2-d line. Because one end is
negative electrically, the carbon in the center is neutral, and the other end is positive electrically.
And the direction of the electron charge(s) changes 180-degrees per half-orbit.
This causes the magnetic moment (90-degrees to the orbital) to take on a quadrupolar magnetic field.
With both a north and South Pole on each face, that alternates rapidly.
This construct can only exist in a 2-d structure. So it forms a chain-type molecule, which is both
magnetically and electrically active. This is the base molecule that spontaneously forms into organic
enzymes, and is the basic step in enzymatic and genetic molecular self-replication.
And the basis of all carbon-based life. (Sulphur-based and other forms of life are more complex)
The electrons in c3 are not found to exist in a quantum state.


Ok, now C4:
C4 is similar to c2, but there’s a bond between the two c2’s.
Each pair takes on its own dipole magnetic moment.
Much like in c2, two electrons from each are shared, in a q-state.
However, the center two atoms share in opposing electrical states
(180-degrees out of phase) and thus cancel out half of the charge of
The three pair-bonds. This gives the molecular formation a -1:+2:-1
electric charge, with an alternating charge vector. Also forming a chain
2-d structure, and magnetic quadrupole. C4 is also an electrically and
magnetically reactive (enzyme bonding) molecule. It’s orbital path
resembles an infinity symbol, or a twisted ellipse. One pair of bonded
atoms assumes dominance over changes in charge vector as a result of
external changes in electric or magnetic fields.
We note here that these are two distinct types of bonds.
There is a nucleic (strong) bond between the two carbon atoms in each
pair, as well as an ionic (weak/electric) bond between the two pairs.


Also, (unrelated) linear carbon chains move like snakes, or more
accurately like a sine wave with a specific frequency.


C5:
C5 can take on a linear (enzymatic) structure, but can also take on
3-dimensional forms. Either trigonal (3-sided pyramid), bi-pyramidal,
or cyclical shape (personally i argue that this would be hexagonal).
But since all 5 points on the hexagon fall on a circle, it might be a mute
point....   
Looking at the 2-d hexagon, we find that two electrons are shared by each
in a circular format, but that one exists in a quantum dual-state.
(meaning it can be found in two points of the orbital at one time)
Or it could be said that two are shared but the ‘duality’ of one is canceled by
the opposite state of one from the next atom around the hexagon.
The result is that each has a net positive charge of +2. Meaning that only 6 of
it’s outer shell (holes) are filled by electrons at any one time.
4 of its own + 1 from each adjacent atom existing both in their neighboring atoms
and simultaneously in their own orbit, at any one time.
We note here that the duality only occurs in one atom. (meaning the electron does not
appear twice in its own atom, but rather in two points in the molecular chain, unlike c2
and c4)


Now finally this brings us to c6. The foundational construct of fullerene buckeyballs and
monoatomic graphene layering. (and graphene in general).
C6 shares 3 electrons, one with each of its neighbors (two for single crystals) and a 4th
electron exists in a state of q-duality (existing in its own orbit and one of its neighbors
simultaneously, each atom in consecutive order).
The q-state electron has a perpendicular charge vector, resulting in an orbital path along
the plane of the magnetic moment, not the orbital plane of the singular-state electrons.


This ends my introduction to Astro-biology, because to take you further I have to
educate you in at least 6 other fields of science.


3) why do protons not attach to electrons?
This is defined by their velocity and centrifugal force.
For the same reasons the moon doesn’t fall to earth, and we are not sucked into the sun.
But they DO under the right conditions: if their velocity or energy are high enough.
They combine and form a Neutron. This happens in stars, and particle accelerators.
(and certain nuclear reactions).


4) what is quantum?
Originally this term was coined my Maxwell Plank (there’s that guy again)
To describe a packet of light (photon) which he called light quanta.
It was later assigned to quantum physics, which is the science of things that don’t fit
into classical mechanics. I.e. it means the stuff we don’t know. And this is defined as
a probability or fraction of a large number of events, and the times the things we don’t know
about happen to our experiments and alter the results.
Since we can’t define these things, they are defined by the fractions that represent them.
And in this manner, Quantum Mechanics is able to identify and isolate these unknown events,
so that we can study them further and gain more information about them.
One of these unknowns (or quanta) is the dual-states of particles.
Also known as the cats of schrodinger.
We don’t currently have a valid explanation for why a particle can be in two states at once,
even less is known about why they are in two places at once.
We simply label it as a quantum-state, defined by the probability of the particle to be found
at any two points applied to its’ state.
(My theory is that there are discrete goings on that cause quantum events, but that our
physics has not reached that level of advancement yet)
I could describe a few scenarios that could explain some of the quantum unknowns, but
that would just be me guessing at things unknown.


5) what is a quantum state?
This is loosely defined as a probability for a particle to exist in a state of unknowns.
Most of these scenarios are hinges on the fact that trying to observe what is unknown,
will alter the results. And the probabilistic equations break down.
Since knowing will change things, we define the situation in terms of the fractions.
As it applies to particle duality, ‘quantum state’ refers to the unknown condition of the
particle, when it is found it more than one state or  sometimes location.
More specifically it is defining by the probability division equations that tell us how often
to expect such an event to occur.




6) what is energy?
If you find an answer to that, let me know......
We loosely define energy in terms of the forms (we know about) that it takes on.
These are:   Heat, Physical motion (and vibration which is sound) (and by proxy: mass and
gravity), Light, and electromagnetic radiation, electricity, chemical energy, nucleic energy,
And we tie these all together by comparison to form a standard of measurement which we can
relate to a numerical value we call Joules.
Then we can infer all sorts of relationships such as mc2 or planks length and frequency, etc.
But as far as “what energy is”, essentially, it is everything. Or the intangible description of
everything in numerical format.
One could argue that “energy” is not a thing, but rather a measurement of things.
Like a foot, or a pound.
What is energy? What is distance? What is weight?
numbers.....


Science is what makes computers possible. If you don’t believe in science or in learning,
My best advice is to turn off your computer, and try to access the internet
Through meditation and prayer.

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #11 on: December 07, 2017, 05:52:09 AM »
total bs

how 1 electron and 1 proton able to form a stable hydrogen atom?

what force between them? why they do not stick together?

what is energy? how electrons carry energy? transfer energy?

how electrons change energy level and emit photon? what mechanism?

no word salad, put up mechanism and explanation.


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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #12 on: December 07, 2017, 06:00:22 AM »
bs scientists best definition of energy is the capacity to do work. stupid word puzzle.

energy is emf matter carried. simple as that.

energy can only coexist with matter. there is no light/energy/quanta in vacuum space.

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #13 on: December 07, 2017, 06:04:11 AM »
i love applied science. it improves life.

i hate theoretical science, after newton, all bs.

maxwell, plank, einstein theories are all mistakes.

e=mcc is bs. do you understand? i don't think so.

you believe you are evolved from ape. am i correct?

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Re: Graphene provides limitless free energy
« Reply #14 on: December 07, 2017, 07:21:45 AM »
those monkeys teach physics at cambridge, check out their monkey math.

if you can't spot a simple math lie, how can you spot lies in science?

you can only believe anything they told you, including your ggggrandpa were monkeys.

do you understand?    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-I6XTVZXww

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