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### Author Topic: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?  (Read 46875 times)

#### jbignes5

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #45 on: May 02, 2013, 10:01:07 PM »
Maybe you should look up Primer Fields and the Physics of the Primary State of Matter.  Also, why is there no measured electric field in a PM?  According to you, there can be no magnetic field without a moving electric field.  This isn't the case for a PM.

Gravock

because the electric field is inside of the magnet. At the point of origin between the atoms of the magnet. There is an electric component outside of the magnet but it is hard to distinguish between the magnetic field because they are bound at 90 degrees.

lets see it like this: a magnet doesn't change it's whole value. It is imbalanced inside of the magnet and outside you will never measure a difference on the scale of the whole because the whole is neutral in a sense or balanced.

The primer fields is nothing but a misunderstanding of the whole. It focuses on the magnetic and disregards what originates the magnetic field, Just like most academics do.

The simple fact of the matter is that the magnetic is not the origin. This is because it takes energy to form the magnetic field. But on the other hand it doesn't take anything to establish an electric field. Simply providing matter does this. Since the potential field has little to loose in energy it can go further then the magnetic field and act over light years without loosing any strength or influence. On the other hand the magnetic field must be provided with current to initiate and stay active. This is why we can draw infinite amount of energy when we work with the crystal battery albeit small amounts for now it is still a vast amount of energy.

The only thing we need to figure out is how to stop galvanic responses to the provided matter used on both electrodes. We have been making strides on this though and most application only need a drop or two of water to reach what evaporates from the crystal layer. It's not perfected yet but it is an example of the process of drawing current from just the standing potentials of two electrodes.

This is a famous experiment showing the magnet in a plasma and how each end spins a different direction without moving the magnet at all.

#### gravityblock

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #46 on: May 02, 2013, 11:08:04 PM »
Jbignes,

I'm going to make this simple for you.  Sound as seismic waves does travel through the rocks of the moon, but there is no atmosphere to transmit the sound.  So, here's my question to you.  How does the moon "ring" when it's hit by an object when it can't be heard?  In addition to this, the surface of the moon is mostly dust and a clay or playdoo like substance.  Wouldn't this clay substance quickly dampen any vibrations which could produce a ringing sound which last for hours?  Let's assume for a second the clay substance has little to no dampening effect on the seismic waves.  What happens when the seismic waves reach the surface of the moon?  The seismic waves will once again be reflected and re-absorbed back into the moon perpetuating it's vibrations for hours.  Like I said, the ringing isn't proof of a very hollow moon until all other possibilities have been ruled out.

Gravock

#### jbignes5

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #47 on: May 02, 2013, 11:50:57 PM »
Jbignes,

I'm going to make this simple for you.  Sound as seismic waves does travel through the rocks of the moon, but there is no atmosphere to transmit the sound.  So, here's my question to you.  How does the moon ring when it's hit by an object when it can't be heard?  In addition to this, the surface of the moon is mostly dust and a clay or playdoo like substance.  Wouldn't this clay substance quickly dampen any vibrations which could produce a ringing sound which last for hours?  Let's assume for a second the clay substance has little to no dampening effect on the seismic waves.  What happens when the seismic waves reach the surface of the moon?  The seismic waves will once again be reflected and re-absorbed back into the moon perpetuating it's vibrations for hours.  Like I said, the ringing isn't proof of a very hollow moon until all other possibilities have been ruled out.

Gravock

Again you know little about the moon... The moons surface crust which is about 65 feet thick is very soft and fluffy. Below that the surface is very very hard with a composition of Titanium. Yes I said titanium. Huge amounts of the rocks taken from the moon baffled the scientists that looked at it. Not only were there solidified metal shell there were products that could have never been made naturally. Most of these products were the results of a nuclear reactor. How in the f did that get there??? Not one example is there of any results of a nuclear reactor ever been found in nature. But at lass it is reported to be found on the moon.

If one looks at the surface of the moon at close range one sees flat bottomed craters. How is this possible?

Well having an inner shell of titanium this would be very possible. All of the dust we see on the moon came from space and settled on the surface. This is where the soft layer came from. Almost all the craters are very flat bottomed this is where most of the people who see the moon believe that the moon has a very very hard undersurface. I'm not talking about the little craters but the very big ones where the meteor  that made it would have been very very big and hence would have made huge craters like the ones on earth yet none of the craters have the usual cratering we see on earth like round bottom versions on earth. They are very flat and give the impression that they have a very hard surface under the soft layer. This is why it rings. Do you remember the controversy about the South Pole of the moon having an entrance and why NASA chose to blow it up?

As for the moon not having an atmosphere well it does. In fact that is the very reason that the flag that they left on the surface had to have a bar on top because the flag kept waving in the small wind.

I would suggest you start really learning and researching about the moon. I mean really just from looking at the pictures of the moon you can tell it has a very hard surface under that soft mantle. The rest of the information you need to take with a grain of salt but I tend to think this is a better explanation of what the moon is. Most informed people now think the moon is artificial at best. There are a great many old reports that the moon is a satellite that was brought here and is not natural at all. Think of the possibility of that one.....

Some interesting facts:

http://www.keelynet.com/unclass/luna.htm

There have been a great many books written about these unexplainable facts about the moon.

So why is it that we have not gone back to the moon ourselves?

#### derekwillstar

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #48 on: May 02, 2013, 11:54:08 PM »

because the electric field is inside of the magnet. At the point of origin between the atoms of the magnet. There is an electric component outside of the magnet but it is hard to distinguish between the magnetic field because they are bound at 90 degrees.

lets see it like this: a magnet doesn't change it's whole value. It is imbalanced inside of the magnet and outside you will never measure a difference on the scale of the whole because the whole is neutral in a sense or balanced.

The primer fields is nothing but a misunderstanding of the whole. It focuses on the magnetic and disregards what originates the magnetic field, Just like most academics do.

The simple fact of the matter is that the magnetic is not the origin. This is because it takes energy to form the magnetic field. But on the other hand it doesn't take anything to establish an electric field. Simply providing matter does this. Since the potential field has little to loose in energy it can go further then the magnetic field and act over light years without loosing any strength or influence. On the other hand the magnetic field must be provided with current to initiate and stay active. This is why we can draw infinite amount of energy when we work with the crystal battery albeit small amounts for now it is still a vast amount of energy.

The only thing we need to figure out is how to stop galvanic responses to the provided matter used on both electrodes. We have been making strides on this though and most application only need a drop or two of water to reach what evaporates from the crystal layer. It's not perfected yet but it is an example of the process of drawing current from just the standing potentials of two electrodes.

This is a famous experiment showing the magnet in a plasma and how each end spins a different direction without moving the magnet at all.

PMH magnetic currents flow in a "monopolar" (in a coil of the "N" and the other of the "S")
the intensity increases gradually, the PMH becomes more and more powerful!

this is because the PMH intercepts the gravitational magnetic currents monopolar ...

This principle is also the generator of Lester J. Hendershot, who uses a magnet as a "kick start"

greetings

#### gravityblock

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #49 on: May 03, 2013, 01:24:54 AM »

Again you know little about the moon... The moons surface crust which is about 65 feet thick is very soft and fluffy. Below that the surface is very very hard with a composition of Titanium. Yes I said titanium. Huge amounts of the rocks taken from the moon baffled the scientists that looked at it. Not only were there solidified metal shell there were products that could have never been made naturally. Most of these products were the results of a nuclear reactor. How in the f did that get there??? Not one example is there of any results of a nuclear reactor ever been found in nature. But at lass it is reported to be found on the moon.

If one looks at the surface of the moon at close range one sees flat bottomed craters. How is this possible?

Well having an inner shell of titanium this would be very possible. All of the dust we see on the moon came from space and settled on the surface. This is where the soft layer came from. Almost all the craters are very flat bottomed this is where most of the people who see the moon believe that the moon has a very very hard undersurface. I'm not talking about the little craters but the very big ones where the meteor  that made it would have been very very big and hence would have made huge craters like the ones on earth yet none of the craters have the usual cratering we see on earth like round bottom versions on earth. They are very flat and give the impression that they have a very hard surface under the soft layer. This is why it rings. Do you remember the controversy about the South Pole of the moon having an entrance and why NASA chose to blow it up?

As for the moon not having an atmosphere well it does. In fact that is the very reason that the flag that they left on the surface had to have a bar on top because the flag kept waving in the small wind.

I would suggest you start really learning and researching about the moon. I mean really just from looking at the pictures of the moon you can tell it has a very hard surface under that soft mantle. The rest of the information you need to take with a grain of salt but I tend to think this is a better explanation of what the moon is. Most informed people now think the moon is artificial at best. There are a great many old reports that the moon is a satellite that was brought here and is not natural at all. Think of the possibility of that one.....

Some interesting facts:

http://www.keelynet.com/unclass/luna.htm

There have been a great many books written about these uanexplainable facts about the moon.

So why is it that we have not gone back to the moon ourselves?

Lol.  Didn't a university find petrified wood in the rocks they brought back from the moon?  And the small wind blowing the flag around, lol.  What is this small wind made of?  Any ideas? Did NASA release any information about a wind blowing on the moon?  Also, how did NASA know ahead of time the flag would need a bar on top of the flag to keep it from waving in  the wind?  The bar is pushed into the top of the flag like a curtain rod is pushed into a curtain.  The flag had to have been sewn at the top before the launch in order to accommodate the rod.  Also, what was wrong with letting the flag waive in a small wind?  Nothing at all, unless you were trying to fake a moon landing.

If the moon is an artificial satellite of the earth, then it is possible the moon has a very hollow core (I will give you this much).  However, if it is a natural satellite of the earth, then it has a very small hollow center of glowing magnetism.  Here's the thing, there is so much contradictory information, such as signs of recent volcanic activities on the moon, which would suggest the moon is a natural satellite instead of an artificial satellite.  Sinkholes can form large flat bottoms.  There appears to be a pattern of "false flag" operations by TPTB that still continues to this day.

Gravock

#### e2matrix

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #50 on: May 03, 2013, 08:48:01 PM »
Yep the Moon is an artificial satellite.   I haven't dug into this lately but I was told over 10 years ago about it and even why it was brought here.
jbigness5,  can you give me some sources for your info on the moon.   What you are saying about the hard surface below the 'moon dust' makes sense that it would be titanium or similar if the info I got is correct.
Why was the Moon brought here?   Well this one will be a stretch for some and for any women reading they won't be happy.   You know that thing that happens once a month to women - crabby PMS stuff?   Well before the Moon was brought here that only happened once a year.  The Moon was brought here to increase the fertility of women from once a year to once every 28 days for the purpose of increasing the human population here much more quickly.   IIRC at that time humans were essentially being used as slaves to the race that brought the Moon here.   Apparently that race that brought the Moon is the Annunaki.   So every month when your wife/girlfriend starts raging at you well now you know who to blame.
« Last Edit: May 03, 2013, 11:23:04 PM by e2matrix »

#### gravityblock

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #51 on: May 04, 2013, 12:16:51 AM »
The Moon was brought here to increase the fertility of women from once a year to once every 28 days for the purpose of increasing the human population here much more quickly.   IIRC at that time humans were essentially being used as slaves to the race that brought the Moon here.   Apparently that race that brought the Moon is the Annunaki.   So every month when your wife/girlfriend starts raging at you well now you know who to blame  LOL.

As measured on women undergoing in vitro fertilization, a longer menstrual cycle length is associated with higher pregnancy (fertility) and delivery rates, even after age adjustment.  A longer menstrual cycle length is also significantly associated with better ovarian response to gonadotropin stimulation and embryo quality1.  This suggests a shorter menstrual cycle of 28 days from once a year would decrease the human population instead of increasing the human population as you stated.  Do you have any references of a womans menstrual cycle being once a year, long ago in the past?

On another note, if the Annunaki is so advanced in technology and in genetics as reported, they could have easily increased the fertility rate of women through genetics, etc.  Now, if the moon is hollow, this doesn't necessarily mean it's an artificial satellite.  The moon could have been a natural satellite which was dugged out or mined.

1.)  Here's an interesting thought.  If the embryo quality is better in women with a longer menstrual cycle, then maybe the full potential of mankind would be much higher if women were on a yearly menstrual cycle.  More intelligent, healthier, stronger, longer life-span, less susceptible to diseases, etc.  Just a thought!

Gravock

#### derekwillstar

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #52 on: May 04, 2013, 11:29:05 AM »

The moon (as planets) is only a reflection of the sun (a satellite that could be formed and magnified by the impact with another celestial body)

http://www.swri.org/9what/releases/2012/earth-moon-impact.htm

women follow the solar rotation : a synodic rotation period of 27.2753 days

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_rotation

#### derekwillstar

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #53 on: May 15, 2013, 10:15:09 AM »

in short, returning to: Topic "The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?"

if the nature of gravity is magnetic or more precisely mono-mangetic , and takes effect on the matter, it has also just because : the nature of matter is the same as the gravity, namely mono-magnetic !!!

like it or not, this is a fact!

greetings

#### onthecuttingedge2005

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #54 on: May 15, 2013, 04:19:32 PM »

#### gravityblock

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« Reply #55 on: May 17, 2013, 07:04:51 PM »

Starting at 2m. 10s in the following video, you can see right through the astronaut and see the flag and other objects behind him. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=YWgXM6I_bvE#t=125s)

The only way this would happen, and does happen, is when they are filming in front of a "blue screen".  Before they invented the "green screen" now used in films, they filmed in front of a blue screen, and this was one of the flaws that the blue screen would do.  If the angle and lighting wasn't perfect, it would cause the objects in front to disappear as if it wasn't even there.  Look﻿ it up, Stanley Kubrick front projection and blue screen.

Gravock

#### gravityblock

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #56 on: May 17, 2013, 07:22:25 PM »
In the long run, it is far more dangerous to adhere to illusion, than to face what the actual fact is.

Gravock

#### gravityblock

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##### Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #57 on: May 17, 2013, 08:28:25 PM »
How Stanley Kubrick faked the Apollo moon landings, http://www.realitysandwich.com/kubrick_apollo

Gravock

#### gravityblock

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« Reply #58 on: May 17, 2013, 10:05:11 PM »
How Stanley Kubrick faked the Apollo moon landings, http://www.realitysandwich.com/kubrick_apollo

Gravock

Here's a thread for a further discussion on the moon landings, http://www.overunity.com/4867/the-moon-landings-nasas-hoaxes-lies-new-video-evidence/new/#new so this thread can get back on topic.

Gravock