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### Author Topic: UFOs as the Nazi legacy  (Read 2300 times)

#### perpetual

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##### Re: UFOs as the Nazi legacy
« Reply #15 on: May 10, 2023, 05:39:32 PM »
Firstly, first two values are a 186 and 202.
Out of all possible numbers, second one is 202. And third is the sum of the two.

And all their relations are patterns which are numerically 9. Random numbers will not do this.

And i tried adding 186 which does not disprove anything since it is again based on the given
values, not random ones.

For 574/202 = 2.84158415841584158415

there is indeed a repeating pattern 8415 which is 9.

And for 574/388 result is too big, but i found a pattern in it

1.479381443298969072164948453608247
4226804123711340206185567010309278350515463917525773195876288659
79381443298969072164948453608247

79381443298969072164948453608247 is repeating and it is digit sum 9,
and between it is 4226804123711340206185567010309278350515463917525773195876288659 which is also digit sum 9

But they are clearly not part of one repeating digit sum 9 sequence. There is a 4
at the beginning that removes this possibility.

And even if they were, which they are not, it would not disprove anything,
you are using the given numbers, you cannot get this with any numbers.

It would be wiser for you to read everything slowly many times,
but i am not surprised you cannot recognize these Truths.

Nix

#### perpetual

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• Posts: 88
##### Re: UFOs as the Nazi legacy
« Reply #16 on: May 10, 2023, 10:58:18 PM »
I just found the calculator i've been looking for which allows you to have up to 10000 digits.

https://www.calculator.net/big-number-calculator.html

Indeed, except for the starting number 4, 574/388 is repeating

793814432989690721649484536082474226804123711340206185567010309278350515
463917525773195876288659

which is 9

And 574/186 is repeating 086021505376344 which is 9

I tried also for 574+186, that is, 760

760/186 is repeating 086021505376344 which is 9, same pattern as for 388/186 and 202/186

I tried also to add 388+202, that is, 590

590/186 is repeating pattern 172043010752688 which is 9

No need to calculate more, pattern is there.

Then i picked totally random numbers

32421/3412 and after the 9.50 there is a repeating pattern

205158264947245017584994138335287221570926143024618991793669402110199296600234
466588511137162954279015240328253223915592028135990621336459554513481828839390
386869871043376318874560375146541617819460726846424384525

which is 9. So, i have to admit Cloxxki is right about this, well, technically he is not right since it works for all number not just "just add or deduct 186", it must be the property of decimal system. Whichever numbers are divided, there is some unique few digit result and then there is an infinite pattern which is, it seems, always digit sum 9.

I withdraw my implication that this alone proves speeds of light as given to George Van Tassel are valid, however, nonetheless time will show they are valid for it is a real case and George did not lie.

« Last Edit: May 11, 2023, 03:30:30 AM by perpetual »

#### x_name41

• Full Member
• Posts: 239
##### Re: UFOs as the Nazi legacy
« Reply #17 on: May 22, 2023, 08:25:36 AM »
some things about ARV FLUXLINER and other similar apparatus

NASA STS75 mission and Mark McCandlish ARV Fluxlinner UFO

#### nix85

• Hero Member
• Posts: 1258
##### Re: UFOs as the Nazi legacy
« Reply #18 on: May 24, 2023, 12:17:03 AM »
I been sharing ARV Fluxliner, as well as Nazi, Adamski and other contactee saucers,
and patents etc for years. Patents are useless, most of those people did not make
anything that flies. ARV documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afLsRsd5roY
Nazi field propelled saucers and contactee info is the best of the best.
Bob LIEzar is a liar (altho he mixes some bits of truth in there) and almost
certainly a payed disinfo agent. My old video on gravity control
Since gravity is my primary field of r&d i could say
much more but some things are not for public yet.
For those with eyes to see i said more that enough.
According to W56 field around a (their) saucer is shaped like this
(deformed/wider toward the bottom due to electrostatic field)
But in general, when we talk gravity fields/vortices (like that of
a planet) it follows the shape of a planet
so we are talking slightly flattened ball.

#### x_name41

• Full Member
• Posts: 239
##### Re: UFOs as the Nazi legacy
« Reply #19 on: May 24, 2023, 02:09:39 AM »
very important!, the gravitational anomaly is observed only in the dynamic process of charge and discharge of the capacitor, in static mode it is not observed

in the Lifter consturction, when fed by a constant high voltage, a dynamic process takes place between the two electrodes in an air environment, and when we put a solid dielectric, the dynamic process stops, in which a static state is established, in which there is no motive force. But if we apply an alternating or pulsating high voltage to a asymmetric capacitor with solid dielectric, the gravitational anomaly will reappear. It was found that the ratio is about 1 gram = 1 watt, but since the capacitor is a reactive component, reactive power flows in it, which means 1 gram = 1 volt/amp or 1Volt Amper Reactive [VAr] and hence it would be easy to calculate what power was required for the corresponding lifting force...

You may be familiar with the work of Dr. Stoyan Sarg regarding overcoming air resistance by applying a high-voltage charge, this technology is applied in practice at trucks where such devices are installed that reduce air resistance

p.s. I have some reservations about the plausibility of the Lifter experiment in a vacuum chamber. I have discussed this with scientists, but they do not understand and end up using Occam's razor as an argument ... Their misunderstanding lies in the fact that they do not see the difference between vacuum and matter, and the Lifter consists of two parts: two electrodes and a dielectric of air material, when it is placed in the vacuum chamber, it loses its material dielectric and it is no longer an Lifter, and scientists do not understand this and say that vacuum is also a dielectric. Vacuum is also a dielectric, but it is inmaterial, and a material dielectric is needed here for the plausibility of the experiment, so vacuum as a dielectric for the Lifter is not relevant here. I propose to do an experiment similar to a Matryoshka: we have a  air balloon in which the lifter is located, this balloon hangs on a rope and is in a vacuum chamber, so the experiment will be correct, something similar to the attachment below

#### nix85

• Hero Member
• Posts: 1258
##### Re: UFOs as the Nazi legacy
« Reply #20 on: May 24, 2023, 03:04:12 AM »
It can be static.

#### tomd

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• Posts: 143
##### Re: UFOs as the Nazi legacy
« Reply #21 on: May 25, 2023, 11:06:44 AM »
Plasma scientist trying to get funds and a team together for plasma gravitational wave electric propulsion research and development.