Light is Weird — on nature’s reality **Unveiling Quantum Mysteries: The Double-Slit Experiment and the Photoelectric Effect** Delving into the quantum realm unveils a tapestry of mysteries that challenge our understanding of reality. Among these enigmatic phenomena are the double-slit experiment and the photoelectric effect, both pivotal in shaping the foundations of quantum mechanics. Let’s explore these fascinating concepts and their … Read more

The Quantum [Mechanics] Conspiracy: What Popularizers of QM Don’t Want You to Know – Dr Ron Garret

Analysis of mysteries of QM —   Dr. Ron Garret was an AI and robotics researcher at the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab for fifteen years before taking a year off to work at Google in June of 2000. He was the lead engineer on the first release of AdWords, and the original author of the … Read more

Hunt for Red October — Using Stealth Propulsion for Ocean Travel (MHD Thruster Build) from video comments — Reverse this and you get electrical power generation from moving water. Before having his head blown off at high-noon, JFK had recently visited a test facility for doing just this in Canada. Nearly nobody ever talks or writes of it. Shhhh. — Look into halbach array magnet configurations. You can … Read more

Radiesthesia, Radionics, Psychotronics — EXCELLENT Overview of Principles, Aspects

calm, smooth, broad, deep, clear — EXCELLENT overview of spectrum   CGPT Radiesthesia, radionics, and psychotronics are all terms related to the study and manipulation of subtle energies or forces for various purposes, including healing, diagnosis, and influencing consciousness. Here’s a brief overview of each: 1. **Radiesthesia**: – **Definition**: Radiesthesia is the practice of … Read more

AT&T Archives: Similiarities of Wave Behavior

Unterminated end reflects in-phase.  Terminated end reflects phase inverted.   ===     Wave behavior exhibits several similarities across different types of waves, including mechanical waves (such as sound waves and seismic waves) and electromagnetic waves (such as light waves and radio waves). Here are some of the key similarities in their behavior: 1. … Read more

Revolutionary wind turbines       Revolutionary wind turbines refer to innovative designs or technologies that aim to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, or sustainability of wind energy generation. These advancements can come in various forms and may target different aspects of wind turbine performance, including energy production, environmental impact, and cost-effectiveness. Here are a few examples of … Read more

Dopamine Rush from Resonance in Malta’s Hypogeum 150 Hz resonance, entrainment to “high gamma” waves, “linked to conscious awareness.” “It appears that the Temple People are using sounds to generate transcendental experiences during their burials.”     The claim of experiencing a “dopamine rush from resonance in Malta’s Hypogeum” suggests a phenomenon where individuals reportedly feel a surge of dopamine, a … Read more

Simplified Model to Demonstrate the Energy Flow and Formation of Traveling Waves similar to those found in Cochlea

The hearing nerves of vertebrates have their endings on the basilar membrane. The total length of this membrane in man is 35 mm. Its width varies continuously from 0.04 to 0.5 mm., and accordingly the stiffness of the membrane decreases over its length one hundred fold. The whole membrane is imbedded in fluid, and, when … Read more