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Title: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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!
and Have Fun!
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: helmut 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

helmut
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 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?
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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...

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Ww.We 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).
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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.

Have Fun

Blessed Be Brothers
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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.

Blessed Be Brothers
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Ww.We 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,
ww.we
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 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...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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.

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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.
Blessed Be...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 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... ;)
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 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
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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.

Blessed Be Brothers....
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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...

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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...

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 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
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Frederic2k1 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 !
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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.

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: CallMeBlu on March 21, 2008, 05:13:15 PM
Anyone know what Cater is up to? Is he still alive?
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on March 21, 2008, 05:31:23 PM
I bought a new copy of his book in 2005 and he signed it.
Health Research will forward messages to him for you...
http://www.healthresearchbooks.com/
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Frederic2k1 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.

I wish you all a nice easter weekend.

Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Kalki 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.
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey 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...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Kalki 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)
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 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... ;)
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Kalki 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...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on March 27, 2008, 11:21:14 AM
OK, the coffee is kicking in again and I am ready to post a progress report.

I have calculated the inductance values for my coils, and started working out the resonant LC circuit values.  The center coils are 70 millihenrys each.  They are wired in series and there a seven of them.  This is my secondary at this time.  I want this transformer to resonate at 7.8 Hertz so I need a 848 microfarad capacitor in parallel with the 490 millihenry inductor to achieve a resonant frequency of 7.8 Hertz.

The primary coil, the one that I am driving presently, is 2.924 Henrys (2924 millihenrys) and it requires a 142.3 microfarad capacitor in parallel with it to achieve a resonant frequency of 7.8 Hertz.  Finding capacitors with those specific values is impossible.  So I took my capacitance meter to the electronics shop and started combining capacitors until I found a combination that was close, 0.5% tolerance.  I got closer that I thought was possible.  The stated values of electrolytic capacitors is usually +/-20%.  That is why I took the meter, to measure the real values.  If you look at the numbers printed on the side of the capacitors then the capacitors that are actually hooked up to the coils are way off.  My actual calculated values of the resonant frequency were within 0.1%.

Also I had to modify the Analog Driver Board again to get 7.8 Hertz.  Originally I had setup this board to generate 60 Hertz.  When I changed my mind to start experimenting at 7.8 Hertz I adjusted the potentiometers on the timing circuit, but the value was just out of reach.  So I doubled the capacitance in the timing circuit to be 0.2 microfarads.  I set this up at work so that I could use the nice DSO (Digital Storage Oscilloscope) that I have there.  My Oscilloscope at home is a piece of junk, and I am embarrassed to show it to anyone.  But it's good enough to look at waveforms.  So, using the DSO at work I was able to set the frequency to 7.8 Hertz on the Analog Driver Board. 

So after I got home, and finished all the chores, I was able to hook up the Analog Driver Board to the Primary side of the Soft Particle reactor.  The combination resonates at 7.8 Hertz.  There are some interesting little voltage spikes at the top of the rather atypical sine wave form.  When Analog Driver Board is hooked up to a resistor it makes a relatively clean sine waveform with no interesting little voltage spikes at the top of the wave.  The amplitude of the waveform is around 4.5 volts when the oscilloscope is AC coupled, which is also what I measure with a AC voltmeter.  The voltmeter doesn't seem to be able to measure the interesting little voltage spikes at the top of the waveform, which should add another 0.5 volts.  So, maybe we are starting to see a little effect here.  Not much, definitely not overunity yet, but something that is helping me to feel optimistic.

I need to take the whole setup to work so that I can get a screen shot of the interesting little voltage spikes at the top of the atypical sine waveform with the DSO.  My junker scope here doesn't have that ability, and so far my attempts at photographing the screen of the oscilloscope haven't worked out very good.  The digital camera is really fast, and all I get is a little blip for the trace on the oscilloscope.

OK, back to the Analog Driver Board.  I need to modify it again.  What I need in this stage of experimenting is flexibility.  At the moment the board has to be modified to change the frequency.  I have inadequate amplitude control.  I am designing a function generator here, which is OK because I like doing this.  I am going to add a rotary switch that allows me to switch different capacitors into the timing circuit.  This will provide octaves of frequencies.  Then I need a stereo potentiometer to do the fine adjustment of the frequency.  I need an amplitude control to adjust the "volume" and I need a current control to be able to "give it the power".  Also I will put all of this stuff in an enclosure so that I will have some place to mount all the switches and knobs.  I forgot the power switch, gotta build in one of those too.

OK, here is the schematic of the Analog Driver Board as it exists at this time.  I will post revised schematics as I modify and retest the board.

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on April 01, 2008, 02:50:09 PM
Unexpected Results!

I wish I could report that my reactor was working as planned and producing overunity, but unfortunately I can't claim that yet.  But there some unexpected and rather painful results.  Last Thursday I  figured out the inductor and capacitor values necessary to produce a 7.8 Hertz resonant LC tank circuit.  The unexpected effect was physiological.  Thursday night I was working with the reactor extensively.  Friday I had to take off from work around noon.  I had a unusual headache, not common for me.  Not thinking much about it, I figured that this week had been exceptionally stressful and thought I just need some time to rest and get over then stress.  I worked with the reactor more on Friday afternoon, and night.  On Saturday morning my headache was unbearable.  Still not relating the headache to the reactor I went to help my Aunt move from her lake house to a retirement apartment.  After doing some really heavy lifting for a while I became disoriented and collapsed.  So, I stayed in bed for the rest of the day, couldn't sleep much and was in a great deal of pain all over.  This was very strange for me as I am hardly ever sick.  So on Sunday morning I wound up in the emergency room.  The ER doctor diagnosed my problem as physical exhaustion with the onset of a viral infection (like the Flu).  He gave me some prescriptions, set me home, and told me not to do any work for two days.

What I hadn't thought about until this morning was maybe the reactor was affecting me.  We are all acclimated to 60 Hertz, it is everywhere.  Even if you don't think it affects you, you just can't get away from it.  Even if you get hundreds of miles away from the AC power generation system, you are still affected by it through HAARP.  HAARP makes the entire globe resonate at 60 Hertz, and overrides the Earths natural 7.8 Hertz frequency.  So I think by having a local 7.8 Hertz oscillator I was throwing my bodies natural learned resonance off.  HAARP has been active for most of my life, and resonating at 60 Hertz is "natural" for me.  The Earth should resonate at 7.8 Hertz, but it has been artificially augmented by HAARP, and has been on for so long that we have all become acclimated to it, not necessarily a good thing.  So I think that either the 7.8 Hertz was doing this or it was a harmonic of 7.8 Hertz and 60 Hertz mixed that caused my problems.  Probably it was me not resonating at the frequency that I was used to that caused the problems.  This raises concerns for me.  When HAARP is finally shut off, or the AC grid goes down, the resonance of Earth will change.  This will cause all forms of physiological and psychological changes which will probably cause major suffering here on the Earth when people are forced to adjust to a new resonant frequency.  I really don't know what to do to alleviate the suffering except to reduce the resonant frequency slowly in steps to prevent a sharp, major change in the resonant frequency of Earth.

So, anyway for the time being I'll be increasing the frequency of the reactor to 60 Hertz to prevent myself from becoming sick from my experiments.  The reactor will work better at the resonant frequency of the Earth, whatever that frequency is presently.  This is also a warning for those who would experiment in the ELF bands, be careful because ELF frequencies are the same frequencies that your brain operates at.  You can accidentally cause your self harm by making your oscillator resonate at a frequency that you are sure is the right one, but is really something that can create major discomfort.  If you can shield your resonant circuit from the 60 Hertz influence, or shield yourself from the effects from the resonant circuit with a Faraday cage, please do so.

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Ww.We on April 02, 2008, 09:46:03 AM
@z.monkey

You should treat Earth's resonant frequency a bit more carefully.
A big cycle is ending and another one is beginning. One of the possible changes includes the rise of resonant frequencies. Not just the Earth's but also man's (and the Solar System's because we're one system after all).
I do not remember where I read about the frequency but I believe it was 13,6 instead on 7,8Hz for Earth at present.
About the "big cycle" You could read through:
http://www.enterprisemission.com/_articles/05-14-2004_Interplanetary_Part_1/Interplanetary_1.htm
Just dig through the presented facts and evade the evaluation of the form.

How does the Earth's frequency relate Your metal pipe and wires in the context of harvesting soft particles/- clusters?
How do You tune the setup for any other resonant frequency than the resonant frequency of the object itself? I can understand the resonant frequency of the coil or the pipe - as a short example when the frequency's "wave" reaches the end of said coil/pipe and bounces back it meets the incoming "wave" in a way that their forces add up. Would it be logical to assume that in order to be resonant with Earth for example the object should physically correlate to the wave length? The construction's dimensions have to meet some harmonic of the Earth's resonant frequency - how is that tunable?
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on April 02, 2008, 05:15:56 PM
Howdy Ww.We

Well this is electrical resonance, which is the inductive reactance and the capacitive reactance which are working together in a resonant LC "tank", or radio oscillator circuit.  Matching the inductance to the capacitance will make the circuit resonate at a certain frequency regardless of the physical dimensions.  I could not possibly hope to change the resonance of the Earth with my tiny circuit.  This is why I want to make my circuit resonate at Earths frequency.  The reason I want to do this is to "tune in" on the naturally occurring power which the Earth has.  By running the reactor at Earth's frequency I am thinking that I can tap into a little known natural resource.  I am going for a synergistic effect where multiple techniques for capturing power are integrated into a single unit.  Really this is merely a tangent that I was following hoping to gain some more insight into the whole free energy game.  Also this soft particle physics idea happens in the Earth more than anywhere.  So I was thinking that the Earth resonates at this frequency so perhaps I should use this for the frequency of the reactor also.

Again we are talking about electrical resonance, and not mechanical resonance.  To have some thing that mechanically resonates with the Earth at 7.8 Hertz would be gigantic, like the size of America.  I just don't have the resources to build something like that.  Electrical devices like a LC tank circuit are far easier to tune than a mechanical object.

I do know about the coming changes in the Earth.  I think after which we will have a far easier time with free energy devices.  The new golden age of enlightenment is something that I have been looking forward to for a long, long time.

Blessed Be Brother...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on April 13, 2008, 03:25:28 PM
Zero Point Energy is fueled by Coffee.

Yeah, I am hopped up on coffee again.  Time for another progress report.  I had an epiphany about a week ago and posted the topic Free Energy Demon.  I needed to integrate that epiphany into the Soft Particle Reactor.  Well, it's springtime and I have a lot of chores to keep up with so I haven't had much time to work on the reactor.  Finally today I got up really early and started working on the modifications.  I updated the drawing first (attached).  Running the reactor as a resonant LC circuit wasn't supplying enough energy to initiate the soft particle reaction.  I needed to give it higher energy pulses.  Plus I wanted to integrate the Free Energy Demon idea.  So I have converted my Analog Driver Board to be a DC to DC converter.  I changed to frequency to 400 Hertz to drive an Iron Core EI transformer.  The step up ratio is 1 to 10.  The stepped up voltage is rectified and stored in a large capacitor.  The Soft Particle Reactor is wired in parallel with the capacitor and a industrial relay switches the capacitors current into the Soft Particle Reactor.  There is a comparator trigger circuit which monitors the voltage on the reactor capacitor and the actuates the relay when the voltage exceeds a preset limit.  This is how I am going to modulate the reactor.

Testing will determine the actual frequency.  The DC to DC converter will be running continuously.  As the voltage in the reactor capacitor exceeds the threshold the trigger circuit will actuate the relay.  The capacitor discharges through the reactor causing a soft particle reaction.  The voltage on the reactor capacitor falls below the threshold causing the trigger circuit to disengage the relay.  The charged reactor then releases its energy into the load.  The DC to DC converter is charging up the reactor capacitor again until the threshold is reached and then the same cycle starts again.  I want the reactor to oscillate at 60 Hertz so I will have to tune the circuit with the power supplied by the DC to DC converter.  If it runs too slow I'll have to supply more power, if it runs too fast I'll have to supply less power.

So now I have to go put together the circuit.  This time I am not concerned with the output impedance of the amplifier circuit.  I am driving the step up transformer with the power amplifiers and the input impedance of the transformer is 15.9 ohms, more than I want but not dangerously low.  Since I am using a capacitor to provide current to the reactor I want the impedance of the primary coils in the core as low as possible.  So, this time I am going to wire the 7 inner coils in parallel to be the primary and the outer coil is the secondary which is connected to the load.  In this configuration the primary is 98 milliHenrys at 1.02 ohms.  The secondary is 2.924 Henrys at around 29.0 ohms.  I am ultimately going to use a high wattage halogen lamp as a load.  I will probably experiment with different loads before I pick a suitable on for this particular generator.

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 on April 14, 2008, 03:07:12 PM
a possible explanation for your headaches may be found in two facts:
1) many people are sensitive to changes in the local magnetic field. People living on or near
volcanoes for example tend to experience shifting magnetic gradients, and are quite often
prone to headaches or migraines. People who were not born there tend to have more trouble
than people who were born there. I have experienced it myself, I spent two weeks in a town
on a mountain region that was known to have active volcanism underground, and I got
terrible headaches while the locals experienced nothing, but other travelers had it as well.
As soon as we had moved away from the volcanic region the headaches subsided.
2) you're fiddling with very low frequencies that are known to effect the human brain.
The 8Hz Schumann resonance is not just an earth-resonance, it is also a brainwave
frequency. Any strong e/m waves in the lower frequency bands will influence the
brainwave patterns and this can have various effects on your thinking as well as
painful sensations. The volcanic thing from the previous point is actually very strongly
related to this as well, so it's actually all the same thing. ;)

Watch out hey, we don't want you to fry your cranium! ;)
When all else fails: aluminium foil hat time! ;D
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Kul_ash on April 15, 2008, 02:45:08 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!
and Have Fun!

Amazing!! But can you please tell me, if accoring to your theory, this energy hits the ground and converts into matter after slowing down, is there  any known example of such matter found on earth? Because I am sure it will be of a different nature. Has any one found such matter as yet?
As far as I know, to get a matter from energy is too difficult because first of all tremendous energy is required to get a very very small amount of matter. And most interestingly, according to conservation laws, energy if converted to matter, it always create matter and antimatter pair. It is too tough to separrate these two as matter has bad habit of combining with antimatter and form energy again.
Another thing is, energy can not slow down because it is not matter. Matter  slows down but not energy. It only converts itself in other form. For example when a resistance is added in a way of electrical energy, it is converted into heat. It does not slow down and form matter.
It is very very difficult to separate matter from anti matter. Scientists are trying to do that for long time. It need a huge electro magentic field to get something like 0.000000001 gram of antimatter. I would suggest you to read this very small article to get some info: http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/ask_astro/answers/970724a.html
I know you will say that all the existing science is very limited and all, but then you have to prove them wrong. And that can not be done by just a theory.

Any ways, if you are really looking for abundant source of energy, you dont have to go all the way of creating matter and all. Simple and reliable source lies in "Ionosphere" around earth. Ionosphere contains free ions with tremendous energy. It is said that the hold energy upto 76 terra watts in 1 sq. m. Now you can imagine how much free energy we have. All we need to do is to tap them. Simple?
No, the main problem is that you will beed a radio receiver which can receive at a frequency of just 8 Hz. It is too low frequency for existing radio receivers available. USA claims that it has developed a base in Alaska, where they have installed such 8 Hz receivers. But they are not trapping these free ions to generate electricity. They can control them and charge them. All the balastic misiles travel thu ionosphere. Once charged, they will burn and convert any thing that is travelling thru it. Wise asses! By 2020, USA would be able to burn any missile in space itself!
But it would be easy to trap these free ions than trapping soft particles!
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Kul_ash on April 15, 2008, 02:51:47 PM
And yes, I am not the expert on Ionosphere! I just wanted to tell you the one source of abundant energy which is practically available.
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on April 15, 2008, 03:55:31 PM
Howdy Kul_ash,
There is a tremendous amount of energy being supplied by our Sun, and other stars continuously.  It this energy which accumulates and is transformed into soft particles, and further more into the tiniest bits of matter.  These bits of matter accumulate and combine to form larger particles of matter, electrons, neutrons, protons, atoms, elements, molecules, et cetera.  This process have been on going for billions of years.  I believe that this process created all the matter in universe.  In the beginning there was darkness, and then there was LIGHT, and then GOD created the heavens and the Earth, and the rest of the universe.  What this last sentence doesn't specify is a realistic amount of time that it took to accomplish this task, obviously it didn't happen in six days.  Billions or trillions of years or even more time for all that energy to coalesce into matter.  Where we are now this is all established.  We are just trying to get a grasp on the fundamentals of the dynamics of energy and matter interacting.  I believe that energy can be converted to matter and matter can be converted back to energy.  All we have to do is figure out the process.  Man has figured out how to transmutate matter into a different kind of matter with energy using a particle accelerator.  Man has figured out how release a tremendous amount of energy by breaking the nuclear bonds within the nucleus of an atom.  Those are significant accomplishments toward converting energy to matter directly and converting matter to energy directly.  It is all in the process.  Once we figure out the process we will be doing this routinely.

What I am doing with the Soft Particle Reactor is hopefully a lot less dangerous.  The soft particle is the buffer state of photons coalescing into a bit of matter.  I hope to reverse that process while it is in that vulnerable state.  Once the soft particle coalesces into a bit of matter it will be difficult to crack the energy back out of it again.  That is why I am making a soft particle reactor, and not a bits of matter reactor.

About the ionosphere, the energy that is available there is supplied by the Sun also.  The ultimate source of all the energy we use on Earth is supplied by the Sun.  I took a look at your link to the Goddard Space Flight Center.  While I respect orthodox physics and believe that mainstream scientists have done a lot of good things, I also believe that they are locked in box of their own design.  They have trouble opening their minds to theories which are located outside of that box.  They do not accept ancient theories, they deny the existence of spirit and GOD, most especially they are quick to tell you "That cannot be done" without carefully thinking through the theories and concepts.  What were are doing here is far outside the orthodox physicists box.   Joseph H. Cater's book, The Awesome Life Force, goes a long way to crack open that box and allow you to see the complexities of the universe that lie beyond the orthodox physicists box.  Its more than just a read, its a reference book.  I continually find myself going back to it to reexplore, and I get more out of it every time I do.

Blessed Be Brother...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Kul_ash on April 15, 2008, 05:47:48 PM
Howdy Kul_ash,
There is a tremendous amount of energy being supplied by our Sun, and other stars continuously.  It this energy which accumulates and is transformed into soft particles, and further more into the tiniest bits of matter.  These bits of matter accumulate and combine to form larger particles of matter, electrons, neutrons, protons, atoms, elements, molecules, et cetera.  This process have been on going for billions of years.  I believe that this process created all the matter in universe.  In the beginning there was darkness, and then there was LIGHT, and then GOD created the heavens and the Earth, and the rest of the universe.  What this last sentence doesn't specify is the amount of time that it took to accomplish this task.  Billions or trillions of years or even more time for all that energy to coalesce into matter.  Where we are now this is all established.  We are just trying to get a grasp on the fundamentals of the dynamics of energy and matter interacting.  I believe that energy can be converted to matter and matter can be converted back to energy.  All we have to do is figure out the process.  Man has figured out how to transmutate matter into a different kind of matter with energy using a particle accelerator.  Man has figured out how release a tremendous amount of energy by breaking the nuclear bonds within the nucleus of an atom.  Those are significant accomplishments toward converting energy to matter directly and converting matter to energy directly.  It is all in the process.  Once we figure out the process we will be doing this routinely.

What I am doing with the Soft Particle Reactor is hopefully a lot less dangerous.  The soft particle is the buffer state of photons coalescing into a bit of matter.  I hope to reverse that process while it is in that vulnerable state.  Once the soft particle coalesces into a bit of matter it will be difficult to crack the energy back out of it again.  That is why I am making a soft particle reactor, and not a bits of matter reactor.

About the ionosphere, the energy that is available there is supplied by the Sun also.  The ultimate source of all the energy we use on Earth is supplied by the Sun.  I took a look at your link to the Goddard Space Flight Center.  While I respect orthodox physics and believe that mainstream scientists have done a lot of good things, I also believe that they are locked in box of their own design.  They have trouble opening their minds to theories which are located outside of that box.  They do not accept ancient theories, they deny the existence of spirit and GOD, most especially they are quick to tell you "That cannot be done" without carefully thinking through the theories and concepts.  What were are doing here is far outside the orthodox physicists box.   Joseph H. Cater's book, The Awesome Life Force, goes a long way to crack open that box and allow you to see the complexities of the universe that lie beyond the orthodox physicists box.  Its more than just a read, its a reference book.  I continually find myself going back to it to reexplore, and I get more out of it every time I do.

Blessed Be Brother...

Man, I really admire you! You seem to have right mixture of spirituallity and science. I wish you all the best. I think you are on a right path. If you ever read "Veda" the most ancient Indian literature, you will find answers to many of your questions. It is a pure scientific methodology developed by 1000s of scientist. Unfortunately, we have lost most of it and do not understand much now. It happened because, those yogis always believed that science should not go in hands of wrong people at whatever cost. So all the knowledge exchange was always oral. And whatever written was mostly encripted. Many Indian scholars have tried well to decode it and whatever we have, it enlights amazing truths!
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on April 15, 2008, 06:47:39 PM
Howdy Kul_ash,

I would Love to have the Veda!  Some of the information that I studied involved the Raman (not Roman) Empire in ancient India.  This was back during the time of Atlantis in the western world.  The Ramans had Vimyana which were essentially Antigravity airships.  This was some 20,000 years ago.  The Ramans also had nuclear power, and controlled a fearsome arsenal of weapons.  I have read stories that this was the end of both the Raman Empire and Atlantis, an ancient nuclear war that reduced the entire world to another stone age.

The information you seek in the Veda is still available.  Men do not remember it anymore.  All of that information is stored in the Akashic Record, or what the Bible calls the Book of Remembrances.  This is the unabridged record of all time which is stored in the Etheric Plane.  If you can elevate your consciousness to the level where you are Etheric Clairvoyant you can read the Akashic Record directly.  If you can go even further and make yourself Astral Clairvoyant the you can ask the Ascended Masters directly.  No knowledge is ever lost.  Our benevolent spiritual forces made sure to keep a complete record of everything for all time.  This is something that the bulk of humanity cannot comprehend, it is too deep.  It requires a significant amount of mental power just to realize that the are spiritual terrestrial, and exoterrestrial  forces who love us and want us to succeed and grow as a civilization.  They want us to increase our understanding, and evolve to be upstanding spiritual beings so that we can interact with the rest of the universe. No, we are not the only planet with intelligent life, our galaxy, and even the universe is teeming with countless life in all forms.  This information is kept from the public at all costs, because the people who have power would loose it immediately if we knew what the universe was really like.

So, I appreciate your admiration.  That is exactly why I do this.  I am here to inspire people to find their true path.  Discover the spiritual being that you are.  Be all that GOD truly intended for you to be.  For when the world is filled with people like that we will have an incredible civilization, perhaps even the greatest civilization in the long history of Earth...

Blessed Be Brother...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on May 03, 2008, 03:21:55 PM
Howdy Y'all

I have been having some trouble with the high voltage trigger circuit, so I haven't got the whole circuit working yet.  I am a lot closer though.  I have probably put in about 16 hours of work on the circuit since the last post.  I have added the spark gap and high current pathways between the high voltage cap, the relay and the reactor.  Right now the high voltage trigger circuit is being a bugger.  Plus I am sure my batteries are running down.  I can manually actuate the relay by grounding the coil on the relay.  I have noticed that the reactor develops a significantly larger magnetic field with the high voltage and sparked actuation.  Here is a link to a high resolution photo...

http://www.overunity.com/index.php?action=tpmod;dl=item52

Blessed Be Brothers...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Koen1 on May 06, 2008, 02:56:02 PM
Hey, an interesting addition to the topic! :D

Howdy Kul_ash,

I would Love to have the Veda!  Some of the information that I studied involved the Raman (not Roman) Empire in ancient India.  This was back during the time of Atlantis in the western world.  The Ramans had Vimyana which were essentially Antigravity airships.  This was some 20,000 years ago.
Wasn't it 40,000 years? ;)
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The Ramans also had nuclear power, and controlled a fearsome arsenal of weapons.  I have read stories that this was the end of both the Raman Empire and Atlantis, an ancient nuclear war that reduced the entire world to another stone age.
As decribed in the Baghvad Ghita (spelling is probably wrong?). How else did the radioactive ruins of Mohenjodaro come into existence? ;)

But unfortunately the Vimaanika Shastra is a shastra, not a veda, and a fairly recent one at that... It seems to contain only partial copies of descriptions
of the design and function of Vimana, which is apparently not uncommon for shastra as they were used mostly as reference books and compiled overviews,
based on the actual books of knowledge. Or at least, so I was told by an old Indian guy I once had a long discussion with. :)
A big problem for us non-Indians is the fact that most vedas and shastras are/were written in Sanskrit which is not a language we tend to be taught in our schools.
And even though there has been much interest in various old Indian manuscripts, only a (relative) few have been translated into proper English, and as far as
I know the Vimaanika Shastra was only ever partially translated...

In any case, the vedas and shastras are very interesting and if there is a good source with good English translations I would gladly read some of them.
:)
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Ww.We on May 20, 2008, 12:44:22 PM
@z.monkey
for the SPR (Soft Particle Reactor) you consider just electricity (& related fields) and the particles (& reactive material). Have You ever considered geometric construction advantages? I mean if You label the particle to cover the intelligent energy section (sustaining life) then the geometrical shape should be in the picture as well. Search for Grebennikov, the entomologist. David Wilcock covers an aspect of Grebennikov's theories.

In short: it should be possible to concentrate different type of "fields" or "flows" towards the reactor itself which could prove to increase the efficiency of the reactor.


BR,
ww.we

PS. The design of your setup looks very good!
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: Ww.We on May 20, 2008, 02:50:09 PM
@all

One more note to ponder.

I've become to realise one thing. To get to it the background needs to be clarified. We all know (I hope) that there is no point stating that we have an absolute vacuum in existence. For example from highschool physics one should remember that there is "empty space" between molecules/atoms apparently, no explanation given tho. The aether (call it what you prefer) fills everything. In fact I propose the opposite: we are in the aether. We're like fish swimming in the water and questioning "What the heck is this water everybody is talking about?!".
The realisation is that the molecules in my bones are a setup that converts aether to bone. Every atom in my body converts "aether" to conceivable physics. Therefore there is no question of what and where the energy is. It simply is. The conversion of energy to different forms is what energy does. Converting energy to our conceivable "spectrum" is what we're doing or would love to "do".

This is an infinitely thin layer of a brief overall concept. The depth of the matter is in the order of magnitude of trying to conceive the totality of all of the space and oneself in it - no real reason to exercise such a level I think.

I had to blurt this out. Probably something that is known in this thread but to clear the different "conversions" and "sources" and so forth I felt compelled to state the obvious.


BR,
ww.we

PS. Therefore the law of energy conservation is always in effect. The apparent free energy is just a matter of focus.
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: rha8b on October 09, 2008, 12:17:31 AM
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. 

Hey z.monkey,
Not trying to be contradictory, but I stumbled across this thread and have a question regarding your original post.
According to Eisenstein's mass–energy equivalence formula, energy and mass are essentially different forms of the same thing, so yes, the two can be converted from one state to another. However the mass-energy equivalence formula states that E = MC^2, in other words, the tiniest piece of matter is a hugely condensed amount of energy (the basic principal behind atomic and nuclear explosions). This is due to the phenomenal speed of light (the constant C). This also means that for energy to be converted to matter, humongous amounts of energy need to first be present. Does your soft-particle theory entail such large quantities of energy 'coalescing' beneath the earth's surface? My understanding of the system would say that, yes the energy arrives from outer space, and may 'burrow' beneath the surface, but wouldn't the energy dissipate rapidly into the surrounding rock and earth, far before enough could accumulate to convert itself into matter?

Not trying to be difficult, just trying to understand,
Thanks for your feedback,
-rha8b
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: z.monkey on October 09, 2008, 02:03:30 AM
Howdy rha8b,

Yes, soft particle physics has an explanation for the addition of large amounts of energy, time.  The accumulation of matter coalesced from soft particles take long periods of exposure to a star.  The longer the planetary body is exposed to sunlight the more mass it will have.  As this mass increases the gravity increases the pressure on inner layers generating energetic transmutations of matter into increasingly more dense matter.  All forms of matter are created in this process.  Beneficial elements that are light and support life form close to the surface where there is little pressure to form the atoms.  The coalesced soft particles aren't being forced into the molecules.  But, under the ground minerals and metals grow because this pressure exerted by the higher energy photons is causing a transmutation of elements into heavier elements.  When you remove minerals and metals from the ground they quit growing.  Heavy metals are instances where a pocket of matter has been undisturbed for a very long time.  It has grown so dense that it has too many protons and neutrons, but not enough electrons to go around.  The conventional explanation for radiating materials is that there is nuclear decay and the radiating material must be creating this energy.  This is not so.  The radiating energy is from super light, but that's another topic...

This time period to form elements depends on the mass of the planetary body.  The larger it is the faster elements will grow.  Also it depends on the energy coming into the system where the elemental growth is to occur.  The intensity of the mother star of the star system is going to determine the amount of energy the planetary body is receiving.  If it is a binary star system the forming of elements could be considerably faster.  The time required to grow a whole planet full of matter could take on the order of hundreds of millions to billions of years.  Here it is, right under your feet just like that.  We guarantee your order in less that a billion years or its free!  Ding, it's done....

Edit:  Energy comes in at the speed of light, round about, also...

Blessed Be...
Title: Re: Soft Particle Physics
Post by: rha8b on October 09, 2008, 09:13:56 AM
Thanks z.monkey, greatly appreciated.
I did wonder if the time constant was what allowed the energy to accumulate, however I was uncertain about it.
Thanks for clearing that up, I look forwards to following the developments of this thread.
-rha8b