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Soft Particle Physics
« on: March 11, 2008, 12:32:24 PM »
Howdy Y'all,

So far, in these forums, every time that I have mentioned Soft Particles, I get the internet equivalent of a blank stare.  It is important for you who would research Free Energy and Over Unity to know about Soft Particles.  I refer to them as particles and and not specifically named particles because this refers to a family of particles which are somewhere between an energetic state (energy) and a coalesced state (matter).

Let us start at the source of all energy, the sun.

The sun generates an immense amount of energy. At the surface of the sun most of this energy is extremely high frequency from cosmic rays down to ultraviolet photons.  A whole spectrum of energetic particles.  This energy leaves the surface of the sun at relativistic velocities (faster than the speed of visible light).  From our perspective this energy source is infinite.  But we know through the observation of novas and super novas that stars are not infinite and everlasting.  So they run out of energy eventually, in like billions or trillions of years.  That, to us, is infinite, totally free energy.

Where does all that energy go?  Well, 99.999% of it is radiated out into space.  I goes outward to the entire universe.  But there are a select few bodies within close proximity to the sun that reap the benefits of all that energy.  The planets locked in orbit around the sun are the recipients of that energy, even more than they can handle.  Well we know that the sun produces light, but this light looks very different from space, why is that?  The atmosphere slows down the ultraviolet photons through friction and they fall into the visible spectrum and become brighter to us.  This is because our eyes only perceive a narrow spectrum of photons which are prevalent within our atmosphere.  Some of this light energy from the sun is slowed down to a point where becomes infrared  photons which we perceive as heat.  So in essence our atmosphere is doing us a great benefit by slowing down the energy sent to us from the sun, and providing us with light and heat.

This is where you are going to have to throw away the academic textbooks and forget what you learned in astrophysics class at the university.  There is an entire spectrum of energy emitted by the sun, not just ultraviolet, visible, and infrared photons.  The higher frequency energies, above the light spectrum, are continuously pouring down on us from space.  This energy is beyond are perceptive capabilities.  This energy not only comes from our star, but all stars which are visible to us.  This energy passes right through us on the surface.  But when it hits the ground it begins slowing down.  It might pass miles into the ground, but eventually it slows down to the point that it coalesce into matter.  This energy from space gets into our planet and turns into matter.  Over time these energies accumulate and new matter grows deep with in our planets.  This creates pressure inside of already very compressed matter.  The only thing that can happen is the matter becomes more dense, and elements mutate into heavier elements.  Yes, that is what I am saying, that heavy elements are grown within our planet because a continuous bombardment of high energy particles is continuously raining down from space. Cosmic rays penetrate the deepest.  Photons stop at the surface.  But there is a spectrum of energy, just above ultraviolet light where the energy just barely penetrates the surface.  This energy will coalesce just inside the ground.  Lower frequency energies will coalesce in the atmosphere.  Bottom line is that energy becomes matter when it slows down enough to coalesce into a solid particles.  The particles go from moving in a straight or slightly curved line, to moving in a tight little loop.  This is when the particle goes from being a ray of energy to a bit of matter.

There, just after the ray of energy coalesces into a bit of matter is where the soft particle lives.  These newly formed bits of matter are sticky. They are attracted to each other.  They stick together and form larger particles.  The first of these particles to form are electrons.  How many photon does it take to make an electron?  I don't know exactly but I logically would say not many.  As these particles grow larger they form soft particles, which are basically a coalesced photons, and electrons in a bundle.  As time goes on this Soft Particle becomes even larger and its cohesive forces become stronger pulling the subordinate parts of the Soft Particle closer together.  The Soft Particle is still receiving energy so it gets larger, and it cohesive forces become so strong that it collapses in on its self and becomes a neutron.  This process continues to form Protons.  Then all of a sudden we have a hydrogen atom formed from coalesced energy from the star several million miles away.

The Soft Particle exists in the process of energy coalescing into matter.  In its venerable state, not having formed solid matter yet, is where it is useful to the free energy researcher.  A device that can exploit the venerable state of the Soft Particle can stop the process of the Soft Particle turning into matter and return it to its original state of energy.  This is where unimaginable free energy resides.  We are directly tapping the energy of our sun, in its most concentrated form available here on this planet, right before it coalesces into matter.

Well, I think that this is a good introduction.  I will continue this forum indefinitely.  I'm sure there will be questions.  And there is good information out there.  You, however, will have to dig for it.  Visualize these concepts.  A greater understanding of Soft Particle Physics will have to be achieved before free energy and overunity can become a mainstream source of energy production.  Also check out "The Awesome Life Force" by Joseph H. Cater.  This book has a very detailed description of Soft Particles and all the physical phenomena associated with Soft Particles.

Blessed Be!  Brothers!
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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2008, 08:58:38 PM »
After your description one can good emagine a picture in which the wave and matter
show there face.All this makes sence.
Nice to read you

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2008, 01:52:37 AM »
interesting idea...

But where do you get the idea that photons transform into
electrons and other particles of matter and mass?

As far as I know photons have zero mass and are the only true
force carrying "particles", they carry energy between all other particles...
But they don't slow down, they keep their speed because they have
zero mass, and neither do they ever move at speeds greater than lightspeed.
You know, the red/blueshift effect? Photons always move with the
speed of light, even in comparison to other photons, and the only thing
that changes is the frequency of the photon to the observer?
What would make them slow down?
And why would they turn into matter when slowed down so much?

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2008, 02:50:30 AM »
Howdy Koen1,
It sounds like your presumptions have come from orthodox, academic physics classes.  I know what I am saying is pretty radical.  That energy can become matter, and that the process can be reversed.  What I say is not from myself, but my Father told me to tell you that academias theories are incorrect.  Energy leaves the sun at velocities faster than what you consider the "speed of visible light".  As energy moves through space it slows down.  When it moves through the atmosphere of a planet it slows down further.  As it enters the ground of a planet it continues to slow to a point where it cannot continue moving is a straight or slightly curved line.  The friction of space, an atmosphere, and the ground continue to slow the energetic particles which you call rays, or energy until it cannot maintain its state as energy.  The energetic particles ultimately falls into a tight little spirals and is perceived as a bit of matter.  It no longer moves in straight lines, but a tiny spherical spiral.  In this state it becomes "sticky" and it is attracted to other "sticky" bits.  These bits stick together, and become masses of sticky bits.  When the mass of these bits become great enough they generate tighter bond and grow closer together, and ultimately collapse in on themselves.  This collapse releases a small amount of energy, but creates an electron at the same time.

You are right that a photon flying through space at relativistic velocities has nearly no mass.  But when it is slowed to the point where it can no longer travel in a straight line, and falls into a spherical spiral, it's mass increases to a bit of matter.  The frequency of light is proportional to the velocity of a photon.  The red shift is caused by the photon slowing down due to the friction of space.  Distant stars that are only visible in the infrared range are so distant that their visible light has been reduced in velocity and frequency into the infrared range of the spectrum because of their extreme distance.  You are making an assumption that all photons are the same and they all move exactly at the speed of visible light.  With that assumption we would perceive the universe as black and white.  Anyone who has eyes can tell you the universe has an infinite spectrum of color, frequency and energy.  Modern man has also made the assumption that space is an empty vacuum.  This is not so.  Space is permeated by etheric matter which is dispersed in a equal pressure throughout the universes.  The imposes a speed limit on energy which is much greater than the speed of visible light.  As photons travel through space there is a drag, or friction imposed on the photons by the etheric matter which slows them very slightly.  This is what causes the red shift in light perceived from very distant stars.  Stars emit energy at speeds far greater than the speed of visible light, and the photons are invisible to our eyes at that energy level.  The photons must experience a significant amount of friction, and slow down considerably before they are visible to our eyes.

I know this is a lot of information all at once.  It will take you time to assimilate it.  These things are not easily contemplated.  But let me tell you this.  My Father gave me the mission to help you understand.  I will be here.  I will help you understand.  With the knowledge that I provide we will solve the energy crisis on this planet.  Energy is available in unlimited quantities in this universe.  We, together will crack into natures secrets, and solve all the problems.

Blessed Be Brothers...
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« Reply #4 on: March 14, 2008, 10:08:08 AM »
I think I have established the theory of how soft particles are formed. Joseph Cater in his book "The Awesome Life Force" attributes a lot of different phenomena to soft particles.  The soft particles can accumulate in an area and discharge spontaneously.  This causes unexpected things to occur such as transformers overloading and burning up.  There is also the relationship between soft particles and life.  The soft particles seem to have an affinity for water, and water is in all Terran life forms.  I suspect that there are several "bio" energies which are soft particles.  Chi, manna, pranna, orgone, bions, and other names have been associated with biological energy.  It seems logical that for an organism to grow it would need a power source.  And what about the "spark of life" could that be electric in nature?  Our nervous systems operate using electrical impulses.  Could all these forms of energy have something to do with soft particles?

To all these questions above I am going to say yes.  Yes they do have something to do with soft particles.  The sun delivers a vast amount of energy to us.  But for us to utilize the energy it has to be converted to something more tangible.  Photons are useful for many purposes, but not always the most efficient form of energy transfer.  But say if the photons accumulated, became concentrated and increased their energy density they would be more useful, and convenient.  The theory has been put forth that all energy forms on this planet originally came from the sun, this includes oil and nuclear power.  This would be a lengthy explanation which really is not the topic here.  Perhaps I will start another thread to explain this one.  The soft particle is that more convenient, easy to carry package which has a much better energy density.  Plus you can pick them up everywhere.  In order to utilize them we would first need to collector apparatus.  Then there is the problem of reversing the soft particles entropy of moving toward solid matter.  So we would need to reverse the process of the soft particle turning into solid matter and force it to break down into energy again.  Last, we would collect the energy and convert it to a usable form, presumably electricity.

Now, because we are dealing with an little investigated phenomena, there is a chance that we are already utilizing it to some small degree.  I suspect that free energy devices such as the TPU, some Tesla devices, Pyramids, Orgone Accumulators, and others are all ready utilizing soft particles to some degree.  Hard, dense materials would provide much more friction than normal space.  Devices which have iron cores, copper windings, and metal shields would slow down incoming radiations and perhaps cause the accumulation of soft particles in close proximity to them.  Magnetic fields and electrical discharges could provide the energy necessary to cause the soft particle to break down into energy, thus providing the power gains that are associated with electrical free energy and overunity devices.  Previously unexplained power gains could be explainable in this theory.

OK let me ask you, have you ever seen a battery recharge it self just sitting there?  Ever seen a transmission line transformer explode for no reason?  Ever noticed voltages on circuits that are not energized?  There are many stories that I have heard where the laws of electrical physics just fly out the window, the circuit does some thing crazy, and a few seconds later everything is back to normal.  In the light of the Soft Particle Physics these things are not so crazy.  There is an accumulation of soft particles somewhere in close proximity, it discharges, things go crazy, then it's over and everything is back to normal.  Now what if we could construct a device to utilize these principles?  A device that would accumulate soft particles, generate a catalyst pulse to break down the soft particles, and the collect the released energy to be used to purposeful work.

Soft particles are literally everywhere, and highly underused, except by accident.  It is time that we explore and utilize this little known natural resource.

Again, have fun with this...

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« Reply #5 on: March 14, 2008, 01:48:02 PM »
Hi!

The info is great and makes sense. It has always been a matter of energy conversion much like using a turbine to get electricity from a waterfall. How do You propose we should 'capture' the form of energy you enlightened us with?
For example we need to know some specific characteristics in order to plan any sort of planned/regular interaction with the energy form You described. Do we plan to concentrate on waves; pressure; potential differences; fields or any other characteristics there are?
One should hope that DIY mechanical setups are not the first ones to consider when dealing with something that almost has mass; is perceivable in concentrated amounts and does not have some textbook characteristics readily available.

I propose to describe the soft particle's characteristics in some way that enables a planned interaction.
Can You help us with that, z.monkey?


PS. Like Terry Pratchet put it (loosely quoted):
"Ingenious ideas fall down all the time and sometimes they even manage to hit someone which then results to something novel."

PSS. As a tourist in CERN, I asked if the employees could simply blow everyone up with their particle collisions and the response was that Earth gets constantly bombarded by particles with more energy then they could achieve with the particle accelerator (by many orders of magnitude) and they even had this clever glass-tiled floor where tiles lit up every time a particle hit it (supposedly).

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« Reply #6 on: March 14, 2008, 03:36:11 PM »
Howdy Ww,We,

What you propose is in the plan.  I wanted to get the theory down on paper before I suggest ideas of how to utilize the theories.  Remember, think first, then plan, and finally act.  I do my heavy thinking in the early morning, right after the coffee, of course.  I want to develop the theory more in my writings before I start laying plans to build a device.  Several times I have mentioned Joseph Cater's book, "The Awesome Life Force".  Anyone who is interested in Soft Particle Physics should get this book and thoroughly read, ponder and visualize all the topics in there.  I have the benefit of first reading this book 20 years ago, and have had a lot of time to develop this information into useful knowledge.

So, the plan is to thoroughly develop the idea first.  We have the theoretical knowledge.  Then we will make a plan for the design of a device.  Finally we will physically construct the device according to the plan, after many reviews of the Soft Particle Physics and reality checks.  Cater's book outlines several devices.  One is Alfred M. Hubbard's coil, and another is one that Cater proposed.  However, I have never seen either one of these actually work.  What we are going to do here is reevaluate the physics, redesign the device itself and use modern manufacturing techniques and modern technology.  Plus we also have the benefit of many other designers who worked in FE/OU.

From my previous theoretical writings we have to capture the soft particles.  So we need some sort of accumulator to gather up the soft particles.  Then we will need an exciter to be the catalyst to initiate the soft particle reaction.  Then finally we will need a collector to collect the energy from the reaction.  The energy we are dealing with is electrons, so the collector will probably be a coil.  I can imagine that it will be a strangely mutated transformer which is modified to be like an orgone accumulator.  Both the Hubbard and Cater devices were relatively long coils on iron cores having only one layer of windings each.  So what we are looking to build is a Soft Particle Reaction Transformer.  Maybe just Soft Particle Reactor for short.

OK, I hope this answers your questions.  I'll write another installment tomorrow morning.

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« Reply #7 on: March 15, 2008, 01:27:38 PM »
OK, the coffee god has inspired me once again.  We need to give the incoming energy from space incentive to come hang out in the accumulator.  This means we have to slow down the energy.  How do we do that?  Dense, hard materials.  But we also need this material to be the core so we need something that is ferrous.  Hmmm, hard and ferrous, looks like iron is our core du jour.  Then we also need material that soft particles like be with.  We know they have an affinity for water and organic material.  There are several things that I have tried from the time I spent building orgone accumulators.  Paper, cotton cloth, dirt, but there was one thing that worked outstandingly well, sphagnum moss, or peat moss which is the same thing except ground up.  The strongest orgone accumulators that I have built contained peat moss so that is the choice for the accumulator material.  And it's not just peat moss, it's moist peat moss because soft particles have an affinity for water also.  What's this?  your putting water in a transformer?  Well, not liquid water, it's moist peat moss.  Besides the electrical components will be isolated from the moisture.

I have spent years winding coils of every type.  Some of my early devices used sheet metal cores.  It is very difficult to control the dimensional stability of a sheet metal tube when you are winding wire on it.  Even if you use a form to hold the tube during winding, when you remove the form your coil can unravel.  So this time I am going to use iron pipe, like is used in plumbing.  Where the sheet metal is 20 to 30 mils thick, a 1/2 inch inside diameter pipe has walls that are 100 mils thick.  That means there is better dimensional stability and more ferromagnetic material.  So I plan to have a number of coils on the inside of the reactor, and one big coil on the outside of the reactor.  The outer most coil will be the collector (output)  The small inner coils will be the catalyst (input).  The overall structure of the pipes and the peat moss is the accumulator.  Another note about the iron pipe is the pipe that I plan to use is soft, pig iron, not galvanized steel pipe.  The reason for this is the permeability, steel doesn't move magnetic flux like iron does.  So in picking out the pipe make sure you specify soft iron, or pig iron pipe, found in plumbing.  Also a note about cutting the pipe, if you do not have a pipe cutter get the plumbing supply store to cut it.  Cutting the pipe with a hack saw never works well because a hack saw cannot cut a straight line.  The plumbing supply will have a pipe cutter that will make nice clean square ends, this is important for the end plates.  All the cores should be the same length so they line up on the squarely on the end plates.

This device is essentially a transformer in nature so we want our cores to be efficient electromagnets for both the exciter and the collector.  So I am going to specify that we use 26 AWG magnet wire.  This will give us 60 winds per inch.  This will give us good magnetic flux density.  So on a 8 inch core we will get 480 winds.  The core that I have fabricated so far are 8.1875 inches long mechanically, but only about 8 inches of them have windings.  There is only one layer of windings on the core.  The windings are as neat as they can possibly be.  A sloppy electromagnet is inefficient.  Efficiency is key to making a device that will exceed unity.  There are 7 exciter core sections that are connected in series parallel, so that I could match the drivers output impedance.  My drivers are going to be a pair of TDA2006 audio power op amps setup in a biamped configuration, so I have an output impedance of 8 ohms.  Each exciter coil section impedance is 5.1 ohms and there are 7 core sections.  Wired in series are 3 coil sections in parallel, then a single coil section, then 3 more coil sections in parallel, which gets us a final impedance of ~8.5 ohms, pretty close. 

We also have to choose the frequency at which to run the reactor, and what kind of waveform to use.  Using iron cores we have a frequency limit of about 500 hertz.  But we want our power output to be compatible with devices which use the 60 Hertz (or 50 Hertz in Europe) power line frequency.  There is also another option, we might be able to enhance the effectiveness of the reactor by using the Earth's resonant frequency 7.8 Hertz.  This is something that I will have to experiment with.  I am, however, sure of the wave form.  Transformers respond most efficiently to a sine wave.  I have a sinewave generator circuit which can be varied in frequency.  It also has wave shape correction circuitry so that it makes a very pretty sinewave.  This is very important for producing good current.

The last thing for today are the end panels which hold all the cores together.  We want a good separation between the exciter coils themselves, to prevent the reverse magnetic flux from one core from interfering with its neighboring exciter cores.  We also want good separation between the exciter cores and the collector core. Again, we do not want the  reverse magnetic flux from the exciter cores getting on the collector core.  We want a minimum of 1/2 inch spacing between the cores.  This space will be filled with the peat moss.  I fabricated the end panels out of hardwood panels, poplar in this case.  Any hardwood will work however.  The reason we want hardwood is again dimensional stability.

Here is a picture of the Soft Particle Reactor in its current form.

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« Reply #8 on: March 17, 2008, 09:23:36 AM »
Hello z.monkey!

I searched for peat moss and found out what it is. It's the stuff that bogs are made of or rather what the soil is in a bog.
It is organic but it is not alive itself. It holds water well but in it's natural environment the water is slightly acidic. In general it is good to know that it is a source of energy. Carrots survive the winter well if covered by a layer of peat moss - used as a common method around the countryside.

I imagine the frequency of the soft particle mass to be very high. Using natural/organic media to concentrate it is logical since organic media should have high frequency as well. What I do not understand yet is how it inflicts pressure on a winding. How is it possible to force a high frequency energy to do something with a comparatively lower frequency energy? I think the book should be read to uncover some understanding of how to 'manage' the concentrated soft particle mass. I'm not sure however when I can get it.

z.monkey, do You have anything on paper yet which can be read to get ideas?

BR,
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« Reply #9 on: March 17, 2008, 11:58:34 AM »
Yes, that's a good question.
Do you have any proper documentation that explains the soft particle idea
and why you're using the materials and dimensions you are using for your
"soft particle reactor"?
It's an interesting idea and you seem to be convinced it will work to a degree,
or you would not be building your coils there...

And, just a quick thought here, you are talking about particles that
are emitted by the sun at superluminal speeds, then somehow get
stuck in the mass of our earth, and then transform magically into matter
and/or energy, right?
Now the term coined for superluminal particles is generally "tachyon".
Particles faster then light do not exist according to established physics.

with this, your theory seems to connect with the new age "tachyon"
movement, and many people have been cheated out of their money
by new agers selling pieces of "tachyon energy" glass...
You may run into trouble from people who may see your soft particle
idea as another variation on the new age bullshit theme...

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« Reply #10 on: March 17, 2008, 12:21:39 PM »
Howdy Ww.We,
The carrot example is a good explanation of the interesting properties of sphagnum moss.  It stores soft particles and keeps them available for long periods of time.  Also yes the soft particles are at a high energy level and high frequency.  The primary coils (inside the reactor) are the exciters.  They solicit the reaction by way of magnetic force.  The soft particles are able to be moved with the magnetic force.  When electric current in the primary coils generates a magnetic field inside the reactor the soft particles move along with the magnetic flux.  This causes some of the soft particles to smash into the hard cores and coils and then disintegrate.  This action releases the stored energy from the soft particle.  In my mind I see the magnetic lines of force making the soft particles fly out of the interior of the reactor, and smash into the outer coil.  This causes the soft particle to disintegrate on the outer coil, the collector, and generate a flow of electrons in the collector.

As for the theory of Soft Particle Physics, all of my writings are public, in this forum.  This new technology is being developed in the 100% public view.  There is a lot of information in my mind which I need to write down, and perhaps after we develop the reactor I will write a whole book.  But, for right now, all the information that I write down will be in this forum.  Here are a few links to get Cater's book.

http://www.healthresearchbooks.com/pages/book_detail.php?pid=162
http://www.amazon.com/Awesome-Life-Force-Joseph-Cater/dp/0787301612
http://www.antiqbook.be/boox/mers/19213.shtml

There are other people who have worked with soft particle physics, but called them by different names.  The information is out there, it just may have to be translated.  I still feel that there are many technologies, especially free energy devices, overunity devices, and power generation devices which are inadvertently using soft particle physics.  They manage to tap this phenomena and don't understand  why there are mysterious power gains.  So they call it free energy, or overunity, or the free electricity machine, and don't really understand why.  My approach to FE/OU is different.  I want to understand the physics first, through mental development of theories, and studies.  Then after we have exhausted a significant amount of thought, an fully developed the theory, then we will actually construct a device and start experimenting.  My writing here is behind where my work is.  I have built the device in my mind long ago.  I am writing these blogs to make that information available to everyone else.  The construction of the reactor is happening right now.  I will continue to write the theory here, and will fully document the construction of the reactor in another thread called "Soft Particle Reactor" when I have complete plans and photo documentation.  I will also publish the test results.  After the device is working, then I will submit it to overunity.com for the OU Prize.

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« Reply #11 on: March 17, 2008, 12:30:44 PM »
Howdy Koen1,
I am not a new age guru.  I am merely documenting my research on this blog.  All plans will be made available free of charge.  I am financing the research 100% out of my own pocket.  I am not trying to sell anything.  I also am not making up fantasy particles.  I am only dealing with photon and electron energies.  So doubt if you may.  Lets wait and look at the test results before passing judgment.
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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #12 on: March 17, 2008, 01:29:43 PM »
I think you're missing my point...

I'm not worried about you trying to scam people out of money,
or anything like that.

I am however trying to get a clear picture of what you see as "soft particles",
and pointing out that the resemblance to "tachyon energy" from the new
age realm may cause some people to think you are into such new ageish stuff.
And, in a very loose way, you are a bit; after all, you do talk about these
"soft particles" also being called chi, orgone, etc.

Where your approach seems to differ from the new ageish conmen is that
you seem to have a theory in which 'normal' coils, cores, and electrical
circuits are used to capture energy from these "soft particles" (/chi/
orgone/tachyons/whatever you wish to call them),
and indeed you are not pushing a new age toy for sale.

So don't misunderstand, I'm not trying to label you a new age conman
or anything, I am merely trying to grasp how you think you can
catch these "soft particles" even though established physics says
they don't exist.

Can you not use something other than the "peat moss"?
Can we not use some other lifeless organic material,
like leather or wool or something like that?
I'm just fishing here... ;)

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #13 on: March 17, 2008, 03:05:52 PM »
Howdy Koen1,

Well, as I see it energy only manifests itself as energy when it is moving at high relativistic velocities.  When it looses its velocity it becomes bits of matter.  These bits are smaller than electrons, but larger than photons.  A photon has no mass in conventional physics.  What I am saying is the photon will gain mass as it slows down.  When it slows down to the point that it where it becomes bit of matter it has the mass of one bit of matter.  This is a relative argument.  Moving at relativistic velocities the photon has nearly no mass.  The mass is relative to the velocity.  As the photon slows down it gains mass and inertia.  The tiny friction in space, the greater friction of an atmosphere, and then the significant friction of the ground will decrease the photons velocity.  Ultimately the photon cannot maintain its status as energy.  It gains mass and inertia and becomes a bit of matter.  These bits are some fraction of an electron in size.  I have seen them in my mind, but physical eyes will never see them, they are simply too small. 

So what happens to sunlight when it hits the ground?  Well, we know that some is reflected back into space.  This makes our planet visible from far away, like the moon.  But, some of the energy is absorbed into the Earth.  It doesn't come out of the other side of the Earth.  Where does it go?  It is absorbed into the matter which the Earth is composed.  It warms the earth.  It is this energy that causes plants to grow.  It is this energy which generates dirt.  The photons coalesce into soft particles.  The soft particles grow into electrons.  The same process continues to form neutrons and protons.  The electrons, neutrons, and protons combine to form elements.  As the newly formed matter continues to receive energy heavier elements are formed.  As the mass grows, there is pressure exerted on the matter which causes even heavier elements to form.  The Earth is growing like a crystal and the energy from the sun is directly causing the growth.  In the distant past the Earth was much smaller.  In the future it will be much larger.  I cannot say that my brain conceived these ideas, they are coming from my spirit.

The energy that is supplied by our sun is, to our limited human perception, infinite.  There is unlimited energy continuously raining down on us.  In the light of my theory of Soft Particle Physics we can harness this energy in a way that is more effective than solar cells.  The solar cell captures photons and converts them directly into electrons.  A soft particle reactor will in essence take soft particles, which are large concentrations of coalesced photons, and break them down into electrons.  So this is really akin to solar power, but we are taking advantage of a natural phenomena which concentrates the energy into soft particles.

Why sphagnum moss?  It is the material which stores the greatest amount of soft particles per unit volume.  Cater specified organic material in his book.  I have tried regular dirt, cotton cloth, different forms of paper.  Sphagnum moss seems to be the best.  I am open to another material if it is more effective.  Please feel free to research it.

Thank you for your questions.  It really helps to develop the theory in language that can be understood by everyone.  The hardest thing about this project is pulling my ideas down from my spirit and putting them in a language that everyone can understand.  I understand it, but it is not always easy to help someone else understand.

Thanks again...

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #14 on: March 17, 2008, 03:32:38 PM »
Another short note.  The energy which comes from our sun is not only responsible for creating matter, it also generates a myriad of life.  From the tiniest microbes to plants and animals.  If fact, the planet itself is alive, a living entity on which we live.  Our planet is also evolving.  This internet which we use to communicate is a complex net of interconnects which circumscribes the entire globe.  From a macroscopic view, our planet is growing a brain, and we are the neurons.  The internet connections are the nerve fibers which connect the human form neurons.  This is not a radical new concept.  Ancient civilizations knew this and did their best to respect and care for the Earth.  We should do the same.

Blessed Be Brothers...

 

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