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Author Topic: Beardens wrong math  (Read 10942 times)

Offline digitoxin

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Beardens wrong math
« on: September 10, 2006, 08:41:02 AM »
Hello!

Once again Bearden proves that he has no idea of the things he is talking about.

Just watch the "candid shot taken during the filming of the upcoming Documentary Series
ENERGY FROM THE VACUUM" from cheniere.org in which he once again claims that quaternions can do things that tensors can't.

The problem is: Quaternions ARE Tensors.

Just read up here:
http://world.std.com/~sweetser/quaternions/intro/scalarsvectors/scalarsvectors.html
in which it says: Quaternions could be viewed as the outer tensor product of a scalar and a 3-vector. 

So Bearden once again shows that he has no clue what he is talking about.

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Beardens wrong math
« on: September 10, 2006, 08:41:02 AM »

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Re: Beardens wrong math
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2006, 04:35:20 PM »
Hello everyone,

The point of my post is to let people know that Patrick Stephen invented the MEG, not Tom Bearden. Lets not allow anyone to destroy any potential MEG or related research.

Yesterday I exposed false information about the MEG. Some people want you to believe false information such as the MEG generates harmful energy; e.g., "The Ultraviolett flashes of the cololapsing bubbles have a temperature of about 10 000 degrees Celsius in piko-seconds." I revealed exactly how their statements are completely false including numerous references. Please see my post:

http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,1489.0.html

I love Tom as a person, but I have always disagreed on some of his theories. For example, I firmly believe any MEG "free energy" would come from Magnetocaloric energy, but more on that later. Tom's work is valuable, but lets not confuse his theories with Patrick Stephen's creation, the MEG, and other related devices and research.


God bless everyone,
Paul Lowrance
« Last Edit: September 10, 2006, 06:32:34 PM by PaulLowrance »

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Re: Beardens wrong math
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2009, 03:21:56 PM »
Hello everyone,

The point of my post is to let people know that Patrick Stephen invented the MEG, not Tom Bearden. Lets not allow anyone to destroy any potential MEG or related research.

Yesterday I exposed false information about the MEG. Some people want you to believe false information such as the MEG generates harmful energy; e.g., "The Ultraviolett flashes of the cololapsing bubbles have a temperature of about 10 000 degrees Celsius in piko-seconds." I revealed exactly how their statements are completely false including numerous references. Please see my post:

http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,1489.0.html

I love Tom as a person, but I have always disagreed on some of his theories. For example, I firmly believe any MEG "free energy" would come from Magnetocaloric energy, but more on that later. Tom's work is valuable, but lets not confuse his theories with Patrick Stephen's creation, the MEG, and other related devices and research.


God bless everyone,
Paul Lowrance

Sorry if this isn't the right topic. But I also always thought that there was something weird about Beardens MEG. First I never really understood what his theory was doing to make the extra energy potential, but probably it was only me who didn't understand simple physics at that time. However, when I saw in his book how he talked about the Radons magnetic boots (I think that's the name) which was used by NASA, I immediately saw its resemblance to his MEG.

Radon used magnets instead of magnetic coils to walk upside-down under a steel rail, by using a sharp impulse to switch the path the magnetic current inside a half transformer.
Todays astronauts can only slide their feet's on the space ship when they need to perform outside maintenance, Radon could however walk perfectly normal by switching off the strength of the magnet shoes.
They were sadly replaced by some shoes of much lower quality, the ones used today.
Wonder why...

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Re: Beardens wrong math
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2009, 03:21:56 PM »
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Re: Beardens wrong math
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2009, 09:32:00 PM »

Radon used magnets instead of magnetic coils to walk upside-down under a steel rail, by using a sharp impulse to switch the path the magnetic current inside a half transformer.
Todays astronauts can only slide their feet's on the space ship when they need to perform outside maintenance, Radon could however walk perfectly normal by switching off the strength of the magnet shoes.
They were sadly replaced by some shoes of much lower quality, the ones used today.
Wonder why...

Perhaps because there is very little steel on today's spacecraft. Nothing to stick a magnet to.

Hans von Lieven

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Re: Beardens wrong math
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2009, 09:59:01 PM »
Perhaps because there is very little steel on today's spacecraft. Nothing to stick a magnet to.

Hans von Lieven

Well in that case they can't use magnetic coils either.
They might have some rails of ferromagnetic material to walk on though.

But the point is, the workings of the MEG is really simple if you look at it this way.
You are just redirecting the path which magnetic current travels.
This doesn't require much work, only a sharp pulse of enough voltage and current.

The power already resides inside the magnet, the only problem for us is that it is constant.
You can compare it to turning off one valve and turning on another, creating an alternating current of water. That is what's happening with the MEG, it creates an alternating current of magnetism, who's power is already supplied by the magnet itself.
Alternating magnetic fields means electric potential...

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Re: Beardens wrong math
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Re: Beardens wrong math
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2009, 10:57:24 PM »
Hello!

Once again Bearden proves that he has no idea of the things he is talking about.

Just watch the "candid shot taken during the filming of the upcoming Documentary Series
ENERGY FROM THE VACUUM" from cheniere.org in which he once again claims that quaternions can do things that tensors can't.

The problem is: Quaternions ARE Tensors.

That is wrong.

Quaternions are the basis of a numerical coordinate system, just like the more commonly known polar and Cartesian coordinates. Tensors can be represented by all three.

Mathematically, the square root of the product of a quaternion with its conjugate IS a tensor of that quaternion.

Claiming that a quaternion is a tensor is like saying your hand is a puppet.

http://www.google.com/search?q="quaternions+*+tensors

"The use of quaternions can replace tensors in representation."

"SPINORS AND QUATERNIONS VERSUS VECTORS AND TENSORS. "

"Typical examples are complex numbers, quaternions, intervals, tensors,"

"One of the main advantages of quaternions over orthogonal tensors"

"Thus, conjugate quaternions have equal tensors and angles, but opposite axes."

"A relation similar to (2.10) which maps non-unit quaternions to rotation tensors"

Signed,

Student of Business College
« Last Edit: November 25, 2009, 12:14:03 AM by kmarinas86 »

 

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