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Offline buzneg

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matter is there only 50% of the time
« on: November 04, 2006, 07:51:55 PM »
if matter is only in our universe 50% of the time, then when you role something down a less distance intensive slope, and back-up a very distance intensive slope, it would be more likely to "bleep" through that recoil/distance intensive slope. Think of the ball in this picture as a partical that is bleeping in and out of time, at a high frequency.

(http://img125.imageshack.us/img125/9871/smotke9.th.png)

Oops, I got time and distance messed up.

the bottom of the graph is the resting point. The ball travels up, but is brought back by the stronge magnetic force. the dotted circles is where the ball could go when it bleeps- out of the universe.

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1. does everything exsist and not exsist at a certain frequency?

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2006, 08:17:36 PM »
actually distance should be veocity and time should be potental energy. but what I'm getting at is if have a ball that's bleeping, in and out, at a high frequency then in order to throw it through the wall you need to throw it faster, but if it bleeps at a low freq, you don't need to throw it as fast. although it's still better to throw the low freq ball faster, assuming the wall has any thickness to it.

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2006, 09:48:42 PM »
here assuming that particals are there 50% of the time, and that when they're not there that they stay at the viocity they where last at, so that they only have effect on this universe 50% of the time but they still move in the place that they go. In the place that they go they are not in the magnetic field, but they move with no resistance. this is just assuming how it might behaive. If this is true, though, then there should be one side which is pulling closer to the 50% mark, and the other side would be pulling closer to the 0 or 100% mark. and at 0% is bleeps through the resistance, and at 100% it breaks through the resistance.

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2006, 04:25:44 PM »
It is said that matter is wave energy that oscillates in and out between our 3-dimensional reality and the next higher reality, the fourth dimension at a rate of 1E34 to 1E35 cycles per second.  For example, a black hole merely appears black in our reality, yet it radiates a tremendous amount of energy over 1E34 Hz.

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« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2006, 07:17:34 PM »
I don't know what those numbers mean so I'm going to just assume it's a super millia second cycle.

so when it waves in our univers we have a pull on it (with magnets/gravity etc) but when it waves out of our univers, the wave keeps traveling in the same direct and speed, but if we try to change the force on it in our univers it will be to no effect. Is this what they think? I wouldn't think it would have a pull when it's not in our univers, but I think it would keep traveling in the same direction, unless it was interfered with in the other univers.

so is this what momentum is? when a racecar turns a corner the particles, if they were here 100% of the time would just responed to the particles surrounding it, push or pull, and wight 100% of it's wieght, which is twice as heavy, as we know it.

then, when the car goes around the curve there is a force pushing to the outside of the curve a.k.a. the direction it was last in, because the particals disappear when it's going that direction and then reappear after the car has turned a bit, but the particles (the fraction which has disappeared) reappear in the same direction they were last going, which is when the car wasn't turned as much so they appear a little out of line (atomic gravity line?) and have to fall back in place, which causes a push on the material.

is that what they believe, or am I wrong?

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #5 on: November 19, 2006, 03:32:57 AM »
If you look at metal under a very powerful microscope you can see the molecules crawling around on the surface, so I believe you are maybe way more right than wrong. I discussed this earlier talking about magnets and crystals. Magnets and crystals have a special arraingment of atoms that have to return in a specific order and store energy that is normally released by atoms in other molecular structures. No matter where the other side of the Universe or a different dimension or who knows they return in the same order. This has ties to the Ether Theory, I bring your attention to This: Check out mini-whirlpools and consider vortexes from the paths of these traveling atoms. :The scientist of the period spoke of the Ether wetting matter. Try this , take a smooth board and set it just a hair off level, then wet your finger with water, (now without trying to overcome gravity) draw a crooked line on the board. Use a eyedropper to add water to your wet trail. The water will follow the wet path. Yes I know coehesion, adhesion and surface tension. These do not relate to mass traveling at or above the speed of light bonding to nothing during its movement in its path. I theoried material other than crystals and magnetic materials could allow the return of the atoms possibly upside down or at any given angle and they would be allowed to shift into place after returning. That could cause the molecule to move. It would be great if we could crack extracting crystal power wouldn't it.
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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #6 on: November 19, 2006, 05:15:33 AM »
Something existing then not existing would be a violation of the conservation of energy any way you look at it, I think this multi-verse theory is quackery so some people can make themselves look smart.
Have you heard the story of "the emperors new clothes", I think they apply here.

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #7 on: November 19, 2006, 01:34:23 PM »
Hello,

you may have a look at this which I found a few years ago :

Boisvert's Discovery of the Discontinuity of Motion


http://www.islandnet.com/~gds/Homepage.html#Discontinuity%20of%20Motion

Go to NEXT or Tbale of Contents

Hight-Speed-Pictures of very fast bullets show quantum Leap in the course of time; if there is not a basic mistake ( artefacts) in the system.

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #8 on: April 20, 2007, 07:51:57 PM »
There is entropy only when energy is unbalanced. I Think the man is speaking of matter being here(1/2 spin forward |1/2 spin reverse), and then not. Generators produce electricity. There are no electrons in a magnet. In a generator, the stator (magnet) rotating inside the coil, brings them into existance. We must remember the Planc constant. There is a place where nothing exists. We all came from there. Everything still does. Creation hasn't stopped.

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #9 on: April 21, 2007, 08:19:08 AM »
For some reason I think when photons electrons are created it is a result of even much smaller particals in space that we thought was empty, because we used to think outerspace was empty and they we found dark matter and that makes space clouds that vortex into stars, why not go furthur then just dark matter and say there's even smaller things? The smallest things would have the most momentum aswell when they give it up they then fall into gravity, and form larger particals, mometum, and gravity act like counter weights. Though I'm not educated so I could be way off.

At least as far as DC motors go, I think its a gyroscopic effect made on the atoms by the magnetic fields that cause them to "pump"

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #10 on: April 21, 2007, 09:19:14 PM »
Explanation of the supposed electrons being created out of thin air is just a lack of understanding of the basics of electricity induced by a generator. Look up a sine wave. The concept of the generator is that the magnetic feild excites electrons in a coil of wire causing them on the atomic level to be pushed away from their molecules in the coil material. The relation ship there is a give and take. If you try to induce too much excitation, more than the material can handle it overloads and produces heat (see a toaster for this effect). The electrons are forced away by the magnet then when the magnet is removed they come screaming back to the source. Negative voltage on a sine wave.

DC power is different. Common form without using AC as a base and modulating to create DC, is the battery. Which in all batteries there is a chemical reaction that cause a breakdown of the material and the material itself is spent in the process. This truth supposedly falls apart with rechargable batteries but in the grand scheme of things the only thing that occurs here is a reversal of the reaction to store the charge. The charge is spent again at some point and time or leaks and decays. There is an overall balance that nature tries to preserve as in yin/yang, good/evil, polar opposites.

The only merits I see to the 50% idea is that assuming that light is a particle as well as a wave that radiates, then all matter must vibrate to some extent. If the vibration frequency hits it's ideal resonance the particle should fracture like a glass when an opera singer hits that exact note. This is called disassociation, it is the core principle behind the idea of Stanley Myers water dielectric capacitor to produce fuel by an extreme application of electrolysis.

There may be a point that if a molecule is vibrated at a certain frequency that the molecule might seem to phase in and out by visual sense as it meets the frequency at which it emits it's reflection that we indicate as the visual existance of the molecule. Which would be the idea of cloaking an object by making it invisible or shifted out of the field of vision. This would support my thoughts on the existance of black holes, which are only supported by the existance of stars their somewhat polar opposites. For all we know, the way we are looking at black holes is from the back side. The black hole may be the path or shadow of a star that is traveling away from us at an equal speed causing the light to equal out and fall dead or not to be visible which would then appear to be black, you know the whole perspective or relativity that Einstein spoke of. 

The idea that the molecule only exists half the time would mean that it is created and destroyed and in a sense never really exists or always exists on this given plane. The idea of multiple planes is not something that should be totally discounted but should be seen with scepticism as it has not been proven to exist by our current knowledge. I'm going with the thinking that it always exists and certain phenomenon cause it to appear to not be there by respect of our senses. Just because it seems to not be there for a breif period doesnt mean that it does not exist during that period. It only appears to not be there relative to our point of view.

Maybe the topic should read "matter is visible only 50% of the time" instead of calling into question the entire existance of matter during half of it's vibration cycle or maybe the potential proof lies in polarization. The proton would be it's proof of mass therefore existance? If it lacks a proton and becomes equally charged then what happens does that combination in turn create a neutron? You raise a lot of questions by that statement and in a sense call into question the existance of everything.
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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #11 on: April 23, 2007, 08:43:51 PM »
if matter is only in our universe 50% of the time, then when you role something down a less distance intensive slope, and back-up a very distance intensive slope, it would be more likely to "bleep" through that recoil/distance intensive slope. Think of the ball in this picture as a partical that is bleeping in and out of time, at a high frequency.

(http://img125.imageshack.us/img125/9871/smotke9.th.png)

Oops, I got time and distance messed up.

the bottom of the graph is the resting point. The ball travels up, but is brought back by the stronge magnetic force. the dotted circles is where the ball could go when it bleeps- out of the universe.

Question
1. does everything exsist and not exsist at a certain frequency?

I look at matter as a state of energy, and energy have no substance. To provide energy, there must be an unbalance "charge" between two states. If I say +50Volt, this number is measured compared to a state 50Volts lower ( minus 50Volts). The same with matter. Matter is present because there exists matter in an oposite state - black matter, anti matter, minus matter, or what we choose to call it. If we short circuit matter and anti matter, no matter is left, just like when we short circuit +50V with a state 50Volts lower = 0Volt.

So, somewhere in the universe, some time ago, the universe was charged so matter and anti matter could exist, and to keep the unbalanced state, matter and anti matter must not short circuit. Many scientists say that we have a parallell universe - I believe so too.

So I believe matter exist 100% of the time, in parallell with the existence of anti matter. The question is when the universe again implode so matter and anti matter again meets and leaving a tiny spot with infinite smallness and infinite gravity.

How does this affect the conservation of energy? Energy cannot be destroied, and cannot be created - bullshit?
It has been created some time ago, but the price this energy had to pay, is an energy state as much in minus as the energy as we know it. The sum of all energies in the universe must therefor be zero - else we violate the conservation of energy anyway. It cannot be created, and cannot be destroied, remember?

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #12 on: May 10, 2007, 02:15:42 AM »
So I believe matter exist 100% of the time, in parallell with the existence of anti matter. The question is when the universe again implode so matter and anti matter again meets and leaving a tiny spot with infinite smallness and infinite gravity.

How does this affect the conservation of energy? Energy cannot be destroied, and cannot be created - bullshit?
It has been created some time ago, but the price this energy had to pay, is an energy state as much in minus as the energy as we know it. The sum of all energies in the universe must therefor be zero - else we violate the conservation of energy anyway. It cannot be created, and cannot be destroied, remember?

So you believe matter exists 100% of the time.
So why does the burning hydrogen in the suns corona (matter)disappear?
Because it is transformed into radiant energy(radiation) light.
Where did all the light go from the sun? It leaves the sun so we should see it leave shouldn't we. It is transformed into space, EM radiation traveling through space-- not matter.
So this silly anti-matter everyone talks about is radiated energy or space. That 80% of matter the astronomers can't seem to find, that should be there is radiated expanded energy/space and there seems to be alot of space relative to matter, Hmmm.
So we don't need some fantastical multi-parallel string filled alternate universe to explain this, the alter ego of matter is space or radiation if you prefer.

As well the conservation of energy is conceptually flawed, If matter is converted to radiation then radiation is converted to matter through gravity. You know gravity the stuff none of the scientist can explain, radiation contracts on approach to the earth, it condenses from negative to positive potentials(matter).
The conservation of energy should read "Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, but can transform between matter and radiant energy damn near any time it wants."

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Re: matter is there only 50% of the time
« Reply #13 on: May 10, 2007, 10:14:40 PM »
So I believe matter exist 100% of the time, in parallell with the existence of anti matter. The question is when the universe again implode so matter and anti matter again meets and leaving a tiny spot with infinite smallness and infinite gravity.

How does this affect the conservation of energy? Energy cannot be destroied, and cannot be created - bullshit?
It has been created some time ago, but the price this energy had to pay, is an energy state as much in minus as the energy as we know it. The sum of all energies in the universe must therefor be zero - else we violate the conservation of energy anyway. It cannot be created, and cannot be destroied, remember?

So you believe matter exists 100% of the time.
So why does the burning hydrogen in the suns corona (matter)disappear?
Because it is transformed into radiant energy(radiation) light.
Where did all the light go from the sun? It leaves the sun so we should see it leave shouldn't we. It is transformed into space, EM radiation traveling through space-- not matter.
So this silly anti-matter everyone talks about is radiated energy or space. That 80% of matter the astronomers can't seem to find, that should be there is radiated expanded energy/space and there seems to be alot of space relative to matter, Hmmm.
So we don't need some fantastical multi-parallel string filled alternate universe to explain this, the alter ego of matter is space or radiation if you prefer.

As well the conservation of energy is conceptually flawed, If matter is converted to radiation then radiation is converted to matter through gravity. You know gravity the stuff none of the scientist can explain, radiation contracts on approach to the earth, it condenses from negative to positive potentials(matter).
The conservation of energy should read "Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, but can transform between matter and radiant energy damn near any time it wants."

If matter is energy, and so is the light from the sun, it will never be destroyed. It can disappear by leaving one place and go to another place far away, but it will never be destroyed. Once, an extreme density of light (electromagnetic radiation) made the first elements in the matter as we know it. So light is in fact the source to matter as we know it - and is also the energy that radiates from matter and make the matter disappear over time.

Gravity is a fact that I cannot explain. However I believe gravity is a function of the direction of the cosmic radiation. If this radiation mainly comes from one point, where the explosion did happen, I believe that this radiation some how "charge" any matter as we know it with some kind of magnetic field - by partly arrange any atoms in the universe mostly in one direction.
Or, gravity itself is anti-matter. As gravity and mass eventually will make the universe to implode into infinite smallness. With nothing else around it, the possible gravity in that spot will be nothing as well. Hmmm, hard to explain gravity - that's for sure.

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« Reply #14 on: May 13, 2007, 05:05:01 AM »
@low-Q
 So light is in fact the source to matter as we know it - and is also the energy that radiates from matter and make the matter disappear over time.

Now your talking my language!
Not the BS we here of from the scientific community, I recently read an article called "the secret of light" by walter russell. I think you should read this, it has the best explanation for gravity I have ever heard. Does no one wonder why we have absolutely no explanation for gravity? Supposedly we know everything, except for magnetism and gravity, and I may not be the sharpest crayon in the box but these seem to be pretty important, like the fundamental forces in this universe and no one seems to a hoot.Where are the questions? Why? how?

 

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