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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #15 on: March 17, 2008, 10:06:01 PM »
Okay, well I follow your reasoning a bit better now.
I don't really agree entirely with your view of photons and mass, but I'll go along with it for the
sake of better understanding your experiments and ideas. Hope you don't mind. ;)

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.

Aha! Now this is where it gets really interesting! :)
Can you tell me more about that? (How do these reactors link with the soft particle "flux",
how are they made)
I know you said you'll post all when you're ready and I'm sorry for being so pushy.
Just a bit enthousiastic I suppose ;)

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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.
Well I just thought perhaps typical Reichian/Orgone materials might work, like are used in Oracs... so that would be things like wood, cotton cloth, wool,
leather, paper, silk, things like that...

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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.
Yes, I know what you mean.
This is why I tend to produce a lot of text: I try to formulate things so people can hardly misunderstand. ;)
I get the feeling you have a very clear picture of what you're trying to do. I do not, and I am trying to
figure out what your picture looks like. :)

I am guessing you're using a sort of orac/coil combination to 'intercept' the soft particles and add them
to the coil energy, or something like that?

Thanks, be well!
Koen
« Last Edit: March 18, 2008, 12:05:16 AM by Koen1 »

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« Reply #16 on: March 18, 2008, 11:51:32 AM »
Morning Koen1,
The soft particles interact with the reactor an a way similar to the way a radio transmitter interacts with the ethers.  Except that the soft particles are unstable and break down in the reactor while ethers are stable.  The reactor is going to use an AC wave form to drive the exciter, the central coils.  The end plates of the device are made of wood so the soft particles can move through them.  The field the reactor generates is open and not shut in a shielded, sealed box.  The open ended field, which is electromagnetic, will draw soft particles in from the environment surrounding the reactor.  As the power draw on the reactor becomes greater the field also grows larger proportionally.  This will have some unknown limitation as to the maximum size of the field relative to the size to the reactor.  The reactor will work better when exposed to sunlight and not locked away in some mechanical room.  The direct energies form the sun will enhance its function.  The reactor will generate slightly less power in the dark.  These last four things are being interjected by my spirit.

In my mind I feel that soft particles are analogous to heat, not the same thing, but similar.  An orgone accumulator has been called a "special kind of oven".  We are dealing with a rarefied heat.  We associate infrared photons with heat.  The soft particles are more solid and have more mass than the infrared photons.  This thing we are dealing with is somewhere between energy and matter, and that is why conventional physics has never pinned it down, it's too nebulous, too tenuous, too hard to think about.

I suppose that Reichian materials would work fine.  After all this reactor is a deliberate hybrid of an orgone accumulator and an exotic electrical transformer that has been modified to exceed unity.  Make it a better orgone accumulator and it will work better.  As for the electrical transformer part, it is a radical departure from normal transformer design.  The primary core has 3360 windings on 7 core elements.  These elements only have 1 layer of windings on them.  The purpose for this is to maximize magnetic flux in one direction and minimize reverse magnetic currents in the primary coils.  The return magnetic current we want to go specifically to the secondary, and not be lost as eddy currents in the primary.  I am still working on the dynamics of how the flux patterns influence the reaction.  More on that coming soon.

The purpose of the unusually long narrow core is to increase to velocity of the magnetic flux traveling through the cores.  Normal transformers have a bobbin shaped winding which is usually about as long as it is wide.  By having a relatively long narrow core we are forcing the flux to travel in more of a straight line.  The continuous windings down the whole length of the long narrow core act as an accelerator.  My theory is that by doing this we are causing the magnetic flux to be accelerated to a higher velocity than in a typical transformer core.  This is helping the core be more efficient and hopefully it will exceed unity.  There is also a theory about having excessive windings on a core.  This is the way a flyback transformer generates high voltages.  This I believe is another example of increasing the velocity of the magnetic flux inside the core material to gain access to natures secrets.

Another thought I had is why not add another principle to this thing.  We already have an orgone accumulator, and an exotic transformer.  There is another piece of work that this is very similar to and the reactor could benefit from.  This is Henry Moray's work.  His radiant power generators are legendary.  The secondary coil of the soft particle reactor is four and a half inches in diameter and eight inches long, suitable for receiving low frequency signals.  Moray's radiant energy generators were basically low frequency radio receivers which tuned in on the resonant power of Earth.  The soft particle reactor can operate in that frequency range.  I had already planned to make the exciter a resonant circuit.  We can also make the collector a resonant circuit and add a piece of Moray's work by adding a Earth ground to the center tap of the collector coil, and antennas to the ends of the collector coil.  This way we have a resonant dipole collector which could be forced to resonate at the 7.8 Hertz frequency by the exciter primary coils, same as the Earth.  This would work to provide power in a fixed, permanent installation like to power a house.  For a mobile application, such as an electric car, we would have to rely more on the soft particle reaction to get the power.  But by having multiple technologies blended a synergistic effect would increase the available power.

Progress report.  Last night I added terminations to the coil wires.  I have all the pieces to construct the driver board.  I was also able to measure the DC resistance of the coils.  The seven section exciter coil, which are wired in series parallel, came out to be 8.4 ohms really close to what I predicted.  The secondary is right at 30.0 ohms.  I need to work out the inductance for the seven section primary and the single coil secondary.  This way I can choose the capacitors which will make the circuits resonant.  There are three circuit boards to construct, the biamped driver board, the feedback regulator board and the storage capacitor board.  So there is still a good deal of work to be done.I have been working on this reactor for just over 5 weeks in my spare time.  I am hoping to have the prototype functioning in another 4 or 5 weeks.

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« Reply #17 on: March 20, 2008, 02:45:11 PM »
Progress report:
I have been building the driver board over the past couple of days.  This circuit is a Wien Bridge Oscillator which produces a sine wave, and a biamped power operational amplifier.  The reason that I chose the biamped configuration was to provide true alternating current from a non-AC Outlet source.  The Wien Bridge oscillator is adjustable.  It can cover the ELF an LF bands.  I haven't tested the limits yet, but the goal was to be able to get frequencies from 5 Hertz to 500 Hertz, but it will cover higher frequencies maybe up to about 100Khz.  The experiments that I am doing are in the ELF band.  The driver board will only be battery powered.  The ultimate goal being an independent, mobile power source which uses the soft particle reaction to generate usable power as well as power to keep its own batteries charged.

Here is a link to the Wein Bridge Oscillator Circuit.
http://www.massmind.org/images/www/hobby_elec/e_ckt18.htm

Here is a link to the Biamped Power Op Amp Circuit, it's in the TDA2006 datasheet.
http://www.st.com/stonline/products/literature/ds/1452.htm

Here is a picture of the driver board...

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« Reply #18 on: March 20, 2008, 02:52:28 PM »
Haste makes waste.  I was really excited to have the board finally finished last night.  I was surely moving too quickly.  So in my haste, I accidentally soldered all the battery terminals on the battery holders together.  So when I put all the batteries in their holders they were shorted out.  They got really hot and melted one of the holders.  So I had to stop and glue the terminal back into the battery holder, cut off the extra wires I soldered to the battery holders, and remind my self to think, plan, then act.  Then I got everything together and operating.  No were not in overunity land yet.  Making progress though.  So at the end of the night my oscilloscope got intermittent, and now it wont display the trace.  So tonight I get to pull apart the oscilloscope and figure out where the intermittent circuit is, fun fun.

Damn old silly scope...

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« Reply #19 on: March 20, 2008, 03:28:34 PM »
well you certainly have been busy :)

Thanks once again for your explanations and progress report.

Now I see where you're coming from, with the altered core transformer.
Of course it does not really accord with the standard physics I have
been taught back in school, but then again neither does my own
work on energy cells. ;)

As for the Moray tube, as far as I know it was a fairly ingenious
combination of radio-detector-like receiver and radioactively
stimulated power amplifier. It used charges collected from
the "aether" by an antenna and receiver-like setup, and
creatively built electron tubes that combined radio(activity)-
stimulated electron emission with tube rectification and quite
possibly some semiconductor-electron-valve variation, all
in one complex tube. But then, that's what I have gathered from
what I've heard and read about it; I've never seen an actual
Moray tube in person nor have I heard of anyone who has
actually seen one in action, so it remains a bit vague.

I was thinking, and correct me if I'm wrong, but assuming these soft
particles of yours are indeed "sticky" and get slowed down and/or
"stick to" matter because matter is "rolled up" energy while the
soft particles are only "semi-rolled-up", and if this "interception"
of said soft particles and "conversion" partly into energy and partly into
mass happens mainly inside (large) bodies of mass,
then would this energy not be "captured" more easily if we were
to use a transformer core that contains a significant amount
of a relatively heavy element?
Or perhaps, as 'normal' electrical charge is considered to flow
along the outside of a conductor, it might be usefull to use a
relatively heavy element for isolating coating on the transformer wire?
The idea of course being that adding heavy elements significantly
increases the mass, which might cause more soft particles to
"stick" to the transformer materials...

Does that make sense? ;)
I'm just trying to make some extrapolations based on what you said here,
so if you think I'm off somewhere then please do tell.

Kind regards,
Koen
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« Reply #20 on: March 20, 2008, 09:51:05 PM »
@ z.monkey

Thank you very much for opening this thread. At the moment I'm also reading "The awesome lifeforce" und I have to say, that it is the most amazing book I've ever held in my hands.

Go on !

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« Reply #21 on: March 21, 2008, 11:15:38 AM »
Good Morning,
Koen1 the soft particles are slowed down and reflected by hard materials.  They are captured by (stick to) organic materials.  This is why I said they have an affinity for organic material and water.  This is the case at surface of the Earth pressures.  A different thing happens deep within the Earth.  There the matter is at high pressures, through gravity.  There is no organic material so the soft particles are forced to integrate into heavier elements.  This causes the soft particles to integrate into what ever matter is down there.  This won't happen in the reactor.  The cores of the reactor are a hard, dense material, iron.  This is why we chose iron for the core.  If you mean adding heavy metals to the core, like uranium, that's is not a good idea.  While it would probably make the core work better, it is poisonous to life.  Having radioactive material in an orgone accumulator produced what Wilhelm Reich called "Deadly Orgone"  It is basically stray neutrons and soft particles in a sort of rogue, freak of nature, element.  It almost killed Reich.  He had to use a clean orgone accumulator to remove the stray neutrons from his body in order to get better.

This process of energy coalescing into matter is happening all around us all the time.  It is so familiar to us that we ignore it and we even become frustrated with it because it causes us work.  You know that annoying layer of dust that is always accumulating on stuff?  That is matter which has coalesced from energy coming from the sun.  My wife is very busy cleaning up this natural phenomena.  Has anyone ever given you a reasonable explanation for dust accumulation?  This same process generated the dirt on this planet.    The moon is literally covered in a fine dust that inexplicably covers its entire surface.  The moon barely has an atmosphere, but the dust still accumulates.  This point goes to prove that there is friction, and a rare, tenuous atmosphere in space which is enough to slow the energies coming from the sun and cause the photons to coalesce into soft particles, and matter then settle on the moons surface.  You see, my wife is not on the moon to clean it up, so it's rather dirty.  These soft particles will even coalesce in to matter in space.  When photons travels so far that they slow down to a point where they turn into soft particles in space, then combine with their neighboring soft particles, form elements, and produce a dust cloud in space.  Astronomers know about dust clouds in space.  Have you ever heard an astronomer explain why there are dust clouds in space.  I haven't.  Maybe that would be a better question for a quantum physicist.  I'm sure that answer will be ridiculous.

I have covered energy coalescing into matter in a naturally occurring process pretty extensively.  What about the reverse process.  If energy can be turned into matter, then matter can be turned into energy.  It takes a lot of soft particles to form neutrons and protons.  I had said before that only a few photons are required to form an electron.  Well, neutrons and protons are hundreds of times larger than electrons.  They store a vast amount of energy.  If we were to build a device that could disintegrate neutrons and protons we could have unlimited energy.  What I am talking about here is NOT nuclear fission.  Nuclear fission only breaks the nucleus of an atom.  What I am talking about is the disintegration of the components of the nucleus of the atom.  Even light elements could release unimaginable energy.  I, however, do not think we will posses the sophistication to do something like this for many more millenia.

Frederic2k1, yes, Joseph Cater is a visionary and his book is amazing.  The theories which he gave to the world in The Awesome Life Force will keep scientists busy for a hundred years or more.  I wish that I could work on realizing his dreams full time for the rest of my life.  I am documenting my efforts to build a Soft Particle Reactor, based on his theories, here in this thread.  I hope to keep this thread going continuously, if you have any questions feel free to post them here.  I'm glad there is finally another person on overunity.com that has Cater's book.  I wish everyone here would read it.  It is really, I mean REALLY worth the effort.

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« Reply #22 on: March 21, 2008, 05:13:15 PM »
Anyone know what Cater is up to? Is he still alive?

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I bought a new copy of his book in 2005 and he signed it.
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« Reply #24 on: March 23, 2008, 05:38:21 PM »
I'm now at Part III in "The awesome life force" and my excitement gets stronger and stronger.
Also I was a bit shocked by part I and part II. Joseph Cater is getting in full blast when he is revealing today's science and equation, which are so strong integrated in our everday life. Also his very good reasoning that we live on a hollow planet is a "hit in the face" for modern science.

Also I have noticed that he has given a few pages to the work of Tesla with free energy in part III. Im very excited about this.

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« Reply #25 on: March 26, 2008, 07:22:57 PM »
Z,

Sounds like Soft Particles are just another synonym for the subtle energy spectrum, which I define as everything superluminal, superconductive, and negentropic.

here's an article you may find interesting, it supports your idea, also a book called Expanding Geospheres:

www.amazon.ca/Expanding-Geospheres-Seymor-Hunt/dp/0969450613 - 59k
www.trinitas.ru/rus/doc/0231/008a/02310063.htm



It is difficult to talk about what torsion really is. In most of my activities that involve reviewing technical papers, I always ask authors to expand upon their views or definitions on certain terms to make sure that I understand what they are really talking about. That may sound like a trivial comment or requirement but it can lead to interesting conversations when people learn that they may be talking about different subjects.

Let me cite a simple example. During the mid-sixties Sakharov, the famous scientist that fathered the Russian nuclear bomb program, suggested that the vacuum might not be empty and devoid of particles but full of untold energy. Scientists in the west viewed this from a Dirac's quantum mechanics perspective suggesting that particles are instantaneously created and annihilated and when this occurs during the cycle of life and death, their fields also increase and decrease respectively. This involved electric, magnetic, and gravitic fields. The Russians viewed Sakharov's words differently and developed the physical vacuum theory where the vacuum consists of spinors, a shorthand notation for tensors that possess an electric, magnetic, gravitic and spin field. These are two different paradigms and a physicist may favor one over the other and I am sure that some may argue with what I have already said.
With this background and allowing for a margin of misunderstanding, let us talk about torsion. Bob Forward looked at Einstein's field equations and really made some interesting headway with the understanding of what was going on. He came up with the solution to the perihelion of Mercury problem and resolved it by using relativity. This was considered as a definite proof of the theory of relativity. Three decades later, Pharis Williams also looked at the same problem and was able to identify the 47-second difference every hundred years in Mercury's perihelion by not ignoring second-order terms within the two-body problem of celestial mechanics. Interestingly when you talk about such small differences of the fourth-order, you should not ignore second-order terms.

Forward stressed that one could potentially control gravity by electromagnetic means based upon Einstein's field equations. He also mentioned that the stress-energy tensor in these equations allowed for, as Einstein also indicated, the existence of other types of fields since the Field Equation resulted in 16 different equations where you could only account for about ten of these equations in a four by four Cartesian space-time domain. The other equations included four Maxwell's equations involving the electric and magnetic fields, and conservation equations for continuity (mass), three for momentum, and one for energy. Of these equations, the stress energy tensor could also account for torsion.

The Russians have performed considerable work in the field of torsion and in some situations; the term 'spin' field is used synonymously with the term torsion. Basically, the Russians strongly believe in Einstein's theory of relativity and his statements that nothing can go faster than the speed of light. With this view they feel that electric, magnetic, and gravitic fields all support propagation velocities that are at the speed of light. Shipov is an excellent reference for these theories where he described additional equations based upon a geometry theory on the field equations. Like others, he espoused the view that space-time curvature was representative of looking at geometrical changes. Shipov claimed that the vacuum was homogeneous in his theory.

Even amongst the Russians, different views existed. Dyatlov claimed that anomalies had differences in these fields that were separated by a distinct boundary. This inhomogeneous theory differed from Shipov that could not explain these natural anomalies. In fact a graviton, based upon some theories by Dyatlov, is nothing more than a photon that has undergone a fluorescence change that altered the spin number. Thus gravitons could be converted into photons and vice-versa. Interestingly, the Russians would hedge their bets and if indeed some phenomenon could exist that moved at faster than the speed of light, it would not be electromagnetic or gravitic in nature.

The only field that could support faster than light phenomenon was the spin or torsion field. Torsion is different from these other three fields that could have spherical symmetry. Torsion could be right-handed or left-handed and is based upon a cylindrical field and can be created by large accumulations of electricity and rotation of a body that if above a certain speed, would enhance the torsion field. Torsion can lead to other phenomenon to include frame dragging. Here in a vacuum, frame dragging occurs when a rod is inserted concentrically inside of a cylinder and has no physical contact with that body. If the rod is suddenly removed, the cylinder will also move or is dragged along with the rod. Other examples exist regarding rotational bodies that would also influence adjacent rotating bodies due to the interaction of one spin field interacting with another.

Kosyrev, a Russian scientist, wanted to stress the importance of time and torsion performed experiments with gyroscopes that revealed anomalies. Forward also performed such experiments and indicated that gyroscopes could be coupled by virtue of the spin field. Kosyrev performed experiments as an astrophysicist. Amongst these experiments, he predicted that the moon did not have a magnetic field and also possessed no volcanic action. He was proven correct three years later when American Astronauts landed there and made detailed measurements.

One of his experiments involved placing a detector inside of a telescope that measured energy. When he pointed the telescope at a star, the detector registered energy. He explained this as the energy that left the star and reached the Earth traveling at the speed of light. However, the star was not physically at this location. He then moved the telescope and pointed it at the actual position of the star. The detector initially dropped in its energy level and then moved to an even a higher level when finally aimed at the actual position. He surmised that this was due to the energy that left the star traveling at an infinite speed or instantaneous velocity. This also made sense. He then pointed the telescope to a similar location that was about the same difference in distance from the original two locations but aimed at a future location. Again the detector dropped and when it reached the final location started to rise although at a lower level than the other two readings. He had no explanation for this.

The Japanese replicated Kosyrev's gyroscope experiments and a colleague duplicated the above telescope experiment with the same star about ten years later. The experimenter had no reason for the last results except that the star rotated about its axis at a very high rate and surmised that the energy readings were indicative of the spin field.

Jeffimenko developed a gravitational theory that created conservation equations for the gravity field and co-gravity field. He extended Newton's approach for defining gravity and desired to include relativistic effects within definition of gravity and not mass. He also felt that since the same face of the moon faced the Earth, gravity not only induced a radial force but also could create angular momentum. Interestingly his resulting gravity expression implied that gravity was not only a function of distance but both distance and the objects velocity. The latter term becomes increasingly important as the speed reaches relativistic conditions. Co-gravity is not very large compared to gravity because co-gravity currents and sources are less than their gravity counterpart by a factor of one over the speed of light.
Twisted Space: Torsion can uncurve space for Antigravitic & FTL

Murad looked at these equations and choose this model because the conservation equations strongly resembled the electric and magnetic field equations derived from Maxwell's equations. These gravitational laws included a Heaviside-like expression. Similarities exist with Jeffimenko's equations and the electric and magnetic field equations derived from Maxwell's equations in terms of currents and source terms. Whereas the electric and magnetic field equations are coupled due to cross-currents, the gravity and co-gravity equations are likely coupled by cross-currents. Obviously it was desired that if there appeared gravity-like terms within the electric and magnetic field equations, the results would obviously have been a unified theory. Unfortunately this did not occur.

During this time, Murad interacted with Dyatlov and recognized that Dyatlov apparently personally knew Jeffimenko although these individuals had technical differences. He refused to extend Jeffimenko's equations although Murad did and published the results at several technical conferences at STAIF and the AIAA. Furthermore, Murad also could not coax any of the Russians he was interacting with to provide him with an equation that describes torsion as originally derived by Einstein's field equations. Thus he made the conjecture that Jeffimenko's co-gravity equation did not possess spherical symmetry but also had cylindrical symmetry similar to the description of a torsion field. Moreover, co-gravity appears to be the elusive Russian spin field as described by both Shipov and Jeffimenko.
Black Hole: Support for the notion that some particles can travel faster than
As an epilogue, more work is needed to understand the torsion field that is given by its legitimacy by Einstein's field equations. As a preference of this particular author, I believe that both the spin and gravitational fields are capable of supporting disturbances that propagate faster than the speed of light. I cite events about a black hole where light does not leave because of the strong gravitational attraction. If light does not leave, than electric and magnetic fields can also not leave. There are, however, particles that leave a black hole. These particles in the form of wave radiation must do so only at speeds greater than light. Furthermore, since gravity is the only thing that shows the presence of a black hole, it too must leave faster than the speed of light.

These issues are interesting theories and definitely should be further explored if mankind wishes to get serious about space travel to the far horizons.

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« Reply #26 on: March 26, 2008, 08:13:37 PM »
Well, Kalki,
That's pretty heavy.  I don't think I have every heard so many physicist names in one writing.  So, you are saying that the Soft Particle Physics theory seems feasible?  I gotta say its not my work.  Joseph H. Cater deserves the credit for the theories, which I also have to admit that I have a hard time comprehending, understanding and visualizing.  Quantum physics and astrophysics are not my specialty.  I sit in the atomic physics realm.  However, some things that I am working on are reaching into these other realms, and that is why I have to study them.  It has become glaringly obvious to me that "free" energy comes from outside our physical universe.  Normal physics cannot achieve what is considered to be "free" energy.  The devices which have achieved a state of "free" energy have somehow broken out of the physical universe, often by accident, and stolen energy from some other realm.  I aim to determine which realm that is.  Then I will be thieving energy from there on a regular basis.

Thanks for the verification of my thinking, I think...

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« Reply #27 on: March 26, 2008, 08:59:34 PM »
I'm looking at all scales simultaneously, trying to find the scale-invariance, the self-similarity.
Tom Bearden uses the term "higher topology" sometimes when referring to outside the physical universe.

Spin Conjugation
Tripolar Charge Distribution

We'll soon find that Free Energy, Inertial Mass Reduction, and AI are all dependent on a transdimensional connection.

For Free Energy our device transduces higher topology energy to lower across a phase singularity.
For IMR the opposite.
For AI (A redundant quantum computer), the determinism is also between a classical and quantum state.

The collector you envisioned sounds alot like a Joe Cell. This has intrigued me probably more than anything.

If its for real it is a means of doing exactly what you said, breed matter from energy.

http://www.thejoecell.com/

(http://www.thejoecell.com/sitebuilder/images/Joe_Cell_image-581x442.jpg)

Offline Koen1

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #28 on: March 26, 2008, 11:06:18 PM »
Yes, yes, "higher topologies" a.k.a. "higher dimensional systems",
"torsion waves", "scalar waves", that's terminology I know.
Does not really seem very similar to "superluminal particles emitted by the sun"...

And to simply suggest a Joe cell is a "soft particle reactor" simply because
the related theory is also outlandish and it appears to show OU,
seems like a bit of a leap... Just because they share two supposedly similar
characteristics does not immediately make them the same thing, does it?

The Joe cell is a water hydrolysis unit with special geometric dimensions and
some really weird claims but it is supposed to directly power a car engine.
The soft particle reactor is a core/coil setup of special dimensions and is
supposed to provide excess electrical output.
Seems like a clear difference...

That said, the Joe cell is claimed to have been developed after studying orgone
accumulators and so has the soft particle reactor, so there's a similarity again. ;)

In any case, I do agree that something may be going on on a higher topological plane,
and if so we may be able to harness that energy somehow.
If your supposition of (partial) identicality of "torsion" fields and "soft particles" holds,
perhaps a variation of a "scalar transmitter/receiver" merged with orgone priciples
might yield interesting test results...
... hmm... something to ponder... ;)

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #29 on: March 27, 2008, 12:23:44 AM »
let's assume any matter can become quantum coherent via particle coupling.

if it happens to air or partial vacuum you end up with a highly rarefied "etheric vapor"
if a liquid - superfluid
if metal - plasmon.

The Joe Cell is NOT fracturing water.

I believe that it serves as a sink/collector/gate for "soft particles" which actually do the job of coupling. If the density of the ambient space is regauged, the matter within that space reacts accordingly.

So the engine block becomes a kind of electron coupling/decoupling pump, transitioning from classic to "super" over and over cyclically.

The above website does a great job of explaining the physics of QED in regards to the JC...

 

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