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Antigravity => Other antigravity machines and devices => Topic started by: MushFarmer on September 17, 2012, 07:45:40 PM

Title: A good theory on gravity and the ether/ Ed Leedskalnin antigravity
Post by: MushFarmer on September 17, 2012, 07:45:40 PM
Hi I am new to these forums. I have been having discussions with my brother who is an astrophysics enthusiast on what gravity is. He is not fully convinced of the idea that matter is separated into the N and S magnets but he does agree with the ether, which is no doubt composed of the individual N or S magnets. I agree with his theory on gravity. All planets and suns that have gravity also have a large atmosphere of densified ether magnetically held around them. This ether atmosphere is drawn to the center of the earth because our planet, moon, and most likely any other body with gravity has in its center a mechanism for converting the ether magnets into protons, electrons,... to hydrogen gas.

Any planet with gravity is growing. Check out the expanding earth theory on youtube. If you reduce the diameter of the earth but keep the continental plates the original size they will PERFECTLY fit together unlike current pangea models. 95% of the material that comes out of volcanoes is water vapor and when geologists drill very deep into the earth they say the rock literally jets out hydrogen gas. This is evidence that matter is being created in its simplest forms deep in the earth. This process of changing ether magnets into hydrogen gas causes a displacement of the ether in the center of the earth. The surrounding ether atmosphere is drawn towards the center of the displacement and in the process pushes across every thing in its path.

So the goal as I see it is to recreate the process that converts ether to higher forms of matter over top a large heavy block. The device would have to be positioned on top as to create the space underneath where no ether is flowing. Or the goal may be to create a device that diverges the ether around the block to a certain depth underneath.

My thoughts are that this device has no moving parts but is a certain arrangement of magnets and wires that forces the ether through certain channels where it can be pressed against itself hard enough to bond into protons, etc. Maybe in the future planet seeding will be a big hobby as the material creator device is most likely easy to create, and there will be jobs going around blowing up small mile wide planets....

Any thoughts?
Title: Re: A good theory on gravity and the ether/ Ed Leedskalnin antigravity
Post by: zapnic on September 18, 2012, 02:50:11 PM
 Gravity is weird thing  sound can be gravity

and wait there was mister steven mark who was playing speakers and ......