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### Author Topic: Examples of TPU in Nature  (Read 20602 times)

#### supersam

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #30 on: February 17, 2008, 02:01:42 AM »
scotty,

maybe if you use "rodin math" it might start to come to some conclusion.  when looking at 7129 in rodins fashion by adding the digits you come to 19 and then adding the digits again 1+9=10, which equals1.  now i am no expert, but if you add the ,4,5, to the 19 you have 2+8=3.  so now two of, rodins, prime numbers have shown up, in just one of ed's.

now let's look at 6105195.  6+1=7,7+5=12which=3,12+1=13which =4, so the 7&4 connect across the 3!  okay now back to the postulate!  we are 13+9=22, which is 4,  which seems to work as we are going in the other direction, to 22+5=27 which is 9.  we have to go back over the top. i am sure you can find some heterodyning in here somewhere.

lol
sam

ps just to get you thinking.

#### Eye-on-beam

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #31 on: February 17, 2008, 06:46:32 AM »
@Scotty, i hear you for i can experience this streaky shiny effect as well. like drifting in and out in a vibrational cloud of sort way, also the strands that swim in the fluid of my eye is often as well and at times i dont have to be looking at the sky either. i agree with the continues numbering process for i thought the 7129 continued with maybe 1 ? too! thaks for picking that out.

Gotcha, i did the numerology as well and i said, add the two sets of numbers together you have 9+1=10=1so just to joke, this is the year of the rat and it is 2008 so this = 10=1

i prophecize that we will conquer this energy source before the end of the year.

just my ignorant humor.. lol....

#### acerzw

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #32 on: February 21, 2008, 10:14:46 PM »

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#### bw

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #33 on: February 22, 2008, 04:55:09 AM »
marko rodin's math has no zeros at all.  i noticed a zero was part of the second string of numbers.   the first group likely isn't as well because 9 is part of another circuit in his math.   124857 is called the doubling circuit and 3and 6 is the resonating or repeating circuit and 9 is the omni dimension according to Marko.  really cool stuff, perfect system once you grasp it, much better than ten number system.  our dna string even looks a whole lot like marko's symbol of enlightenment.

#### Eye-on-beam

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #34 on: February 23, 2008, 02:14:27 AM »
the power of nine. take any number and add its value together and subtract it from the original number then add those number and the results will always be nine. hope that is explained correctly, so for example take 173 ,  all equals 11 now subtract 11 from 173 this equals 162 ..  so now add these numbers and you are back at nine.

#### evanlocc

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #35 on: February 25, 2008, 10:33:16 AM »
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Apart from the beads in your eyes...Ed could see shiny things moving all around...I can see them too...The effect is similar to what you see in a CLOUD CHAMBER....where silvery streaks from cosmic rays or other radiations can be seen in an alcahol vapour....
The shiny things move all around like a swarm of flies...and if you look a little sharper you can indeed see the whole sky or cloud boiling, almost like you are looking at the aether..or medium with your naked eye
Another way i do it is to look at the top of a wooden fence of tree...and the area around it will be full of shiny streaks and something like a boiling gas..
First you see the beads in your eye....then put them in the foreground and look behind them....then you see the shiny things....put them in the foreground and look behind them and the boiling effect will appear...I do it all the time....even in my car waiting at the lights....
I have also seen other people post that they could see these things too, and they never knew about Ed's writings...so I told them and showed them the notes, and they agreed that Ed words describe what they could see.
Scotty

Yes! That absolutely true(the above desc.).

"""The shiny things move all around like a swarm of flies...""" but no sighted indoor !

Dam once i thought it was true about that was the blood vessel residue left in eye ball when growing up read from newspaper.

#### sparks

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #36 on: February 29, 2008, 12:41:42 AM »

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@Acer

Rodin's math is the first one I know of that actually shows how different the vector is from the infinitely curved.  Omega and delta pulled out of the mix.  Right in the middle point zero where it belongs.

#### bw

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #37 on: February 29, 2008, 04:59:28 AM »
After understanding Marko's math I started seeing it in many things.  As example, the sides of a water vortex even has the fingerprint on it.  You can see two lines close to each other squeezing the vortex and a large gap between the next two squeeze lines, just like his math.  The gap is the 369 row or the blank or open area on his coil.  The lines all run the entire length of the vortex and concentrate at the bottom.  The two lines are the reversing circuits in his math or the actual windings in his coil.  I snapped some photos in order to study this easier.  Rodin's number system seems to me like perfection.

#### sparks

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #38 on: March 08, 2008, 02:47:05 PM »
A hurricane.    Cool pictures here.  Big law in physics that works out well for predicting energy paths is that you can not change the velocity of anything only the inertia.  Then potential energy will be exchanged from one inertial frame to another.  So to build a tpu you need to build an inertial frame that will interact with another inertial frame thereby causing a transfer of potential energy from one frame to the other.  The magnetic field is an indication of the inertia of any given inertial frame- both in it's strength and it's relative direction.  The Earth's magnetic field extends 15 Earth radi into the "void" at  somewhere around 10-5 Tesla.  It has a shitload of potential energy/mass and inertia therefore it's magnetic field or electrical inertial field is huge.
SM's tpu by all accounts of his own and of the builders and detectives here "winds up".  This winding up is addition of inertia to a frame.  Faraday tells us that an electrical potential will develop between two magnetic fields of different strength or relative direction.  So the tpu winds up until there is enough inertia in it's frame that it seperates from mother Earth's inertial frame and emf is generated at the magnetic field interface of the tpu and the Earth.  There needs to be a conductor at this interface that is able to  convert this potential energy donation from the Earth so that both the tpu inertial frame is maintained and  the potential energy converted into usable energy outside of the core winding.  The tpu generator winding needs to be shielded in a manner of speaking.  Like the eye of a hurricane is shielded by circulating air currents.
Don't know the exact mechanics but it sure as hell looks like an electrical vortex generator with collector windings assembled.  I really believe that the kick windings need only to be wrapped around the core winding.  Once the core magnetic field gets beyond the core winding and is now in the collector windings, the magnetic field of the Earth's interface is  where you want it.
« Last Edit: March 08, 2008, 08:18:43 PM by sparks »

#### jeanna

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #39 on: March 08, 2008, 06:14:52 PM »
I snapped some photos in order to study this easier.
How about posting a photo or 2 with a little explanation of each if possible.

It is the reason I started this thread. I was asked to take my photos elsewhere, so here is a great place to post a pic of this water vortex you are describing.

I would personally like to have a look at it - along with your thoughts, of course.

jeanna

@Sparks. Yes, of course, a hurricane

#### turbo

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##### Re: Examples of TPU in Nature
« Reply #40 on: March 08, 2008, 09:58:38 PM »
here's one

It is not exactly made by nature but it does fly thrue it