Weird Particles

Weird Particles (28 photos)
The “particles” seen around the nucleus are real or just an optical issue?
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Primer Fields In the one photo where I move in behind the vacuum chamber the appearance of the “particles” change and some disappear and then reappear back in the same place there were before. I think the “particles” are being projected onto the plasma in the middle of the vacuum chamber inner walls from some outside light source going through other bubbles in the wall of the vacuum chamber. Still hope I wrong, but this is the most logical explanation. If the “particles’ were moving around it would be a whole different matter.
February 6 at 9:54pm · Like · 3
Zoltán Rausch Particles = reflection of 6(12) tiny holding magnets ?
February 7 at 12:12am via mobile · Edited · Like
Tj Dover I wonder if there is an oscillation occurring in that zone that could account for the “particles”. The idea of tiny magnetic bubbles could create a slighly higher density of the spinning plasma, creating what looks like stable objects…much like how the spokes of a bicycle wheel when spinning at the right speed appear to stand still.
February 7 at 5:59am · Like
Primer Fields Zoltan, that very well could be it. I just don’t know.
February 7 at 9:49am · Like
Joel Morrison David, do you explain how these magnetic bowls form in the cosmos?
February 7 at 9:51am · Like
Primer Fields Tj, that could be, but I don’t know. I think they are most likely just reflections from the inner surface of the vacuum chamber.
February 7 at 9:53am · Like
Joel Morrison David, do you also assume that one bowl can form without its opposite?
February 7 at 9:55am · Like
Primer Fields Joel, I do not because that would reveal too much about my patents that are now in the works. But I do have a theory by which these fields form in nature from the sub-atomic to the galactic level. It does not involve external electricity, which the electric universe people are not going to like, but it is the way it is. All the proof is there. Hopefully by late summer my patent will be published. The examiner at the USPTO has said it is patent-able and we are just working out the final claims this week. Once the patent is out then I will describe how these fields would form in nature.
February 7 at 10:00am · Like · 2
Joel Morrison Fantastic. I too have issues with merely extrinsic forms of power. The electricity, rather, as with the atom, is enfolded.
February 7 at 10:02am · Like
Primer Fields Joel, I do believe that one bowl system can form without the other, but I cannot be sure. We see quite a few one bowl systems out there now in SNR, but I think these are failed two bowl systems leaving only one bowl behind.
February 7 at 10:03am · Like · 1
Joel Morrison Yes, that sounds right. I think they couldn’t form without the polarity between the two bowls, which of course are emergent from deeper dynamics.
February 7 at 10:04am · Like · 1
Primer Fields Joel, you are thinking correctly.
February 7 at 10:04am · Like · 1
Joel Morrison I am working with a self-similar cosmological model that details this kind of stuff, actually.
February 7 at 10:05am · Like
Cam McNaughton David, leaving the magnetic bowls in place in the chamber, the vacuum levels as well to where you’ve taken them to, if you came back a year later would the plasma still be spinning; two years later … or more; assuming the introduction of the electricity by way of the cathode only lights up the dynamic of what’s otherwise going on?
February 7 at 10:12am · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton Are the outer magnets holding the bowl wires in place impacting anything ?
February 7 at 10:12am · Like
Andrew Manrique @cam, as long as “electrons” are being “ejected” from the cathode in the presence of the magnetic field, there will be a rotation.
February 7 at 10:18am · Like
Cam McNaughton So, the rotation is tied to the “electrons” being “ejected” in the presence of the magnetic field; remove the cathode, no rotation; even though the creation of the vacuum has taken place inside the chamber with the plasma and the bowls in there? If so, then I mistook some of the dynamics, earlier (what’s new? ). I was under the impression that the added electricity simply lit up the plasma; didn’t realize it resulted in the rotation, as well; but i gather introducing the vacuum aspect causes the plasma to contract into the center (or not, if the cathode being turned on does that, as well), perhaps between the magnetic bowls. Thx
February 7 at 10:37am · Edited · Like
Andrew Manrique The plasma only exists because there is a HV present. Take the cathode and anode away and the particles making the plasma will drop to their prior energy level and become a standard gas once again.
February 7 at 10:37am · Like
Cam McNaughton OK, thx I’ll try to reconcile this with the discussion here, at some point:
February 7 at 11:40am · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton So, the cathode and it’s voltage is creating a charged electric field then; not electricity or an electric current, per se, in the chamber ?
February 7 at 12:12pm · Like
Andrew Manrique There is a current. I would call it an ionic current because we are dealing with plasma. The voltage is very high, the ohmic resistance from cathode to anode high, then the plasma forms and the resistance decreases as ionic flows occur. There is a definite amperage.
February 7 at 12:14pm · Like
Cam McNaughton One of my brothers is an electrican; sadly I’m not; the cathode is placed in between the bowls in the video; where or what are the anodes?
February 7 at 12:17pm · Like
Andrew Manrique the anodes I believe were above and below. But since the outer environment has a lower potential than the cathode it can act as a “virtual positive” hence the plasma sphere configuration still working without the anodes present as shown in the videos
February 7 at 12:23pm · Like · 1
Cam McNaughton Does the resistance come from the fact there is nothing in there, essentially, i.e., that a current could flow through, but for what may be able to flow by way of the ionic current, due to the plasma being there; the plasma being created as it was by the ionization of the gas in the chamber? I look at the chamber and see the parabolic magnetic field emitters, the bowls, modeling a new shape to what had been thought to be a bar magnet shape for a planet’s magnetic field emitting dynamics, for instance; so those PMFEs will shape magnetic fields; what I’m trying to visualize is an “electric field”, otherwise invisible to me.
February 7 at 7:28pm · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton Like the bowls seem to “uncloak” an otherwise “cloaked” or invisible dual bowl magnetic emitter structure with opposing fields postulated to be there in stars, galaxies, etc., and the PF bowls here “uncloak” the invisibility of that structure, i.e., by way of the visibility here of the bowl shaped PMFEs, I’m wondering, if you were to “uncloak” the electric fields, to give them visibility, what might one see? Does the shortest distance to the “virtual positive” of the glass of the vacuum chamber, shape that field, I’m wondering?

Would that mean a radial disc with spokes out from the tip of the cathode, to the glass (if any of this makes sense)? Then again, perhaps without a better basic grounding in science, on my part, I’m drowning in the current here.

Or, perhaps, does an “electric field” exist as a disc in the equatorial plane; invisibly in place between the upper and lower magnetic field torus “effects” created by the two opposing PMFE bowl shaped structures.
February 7 at 7:53pm · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton The bowls in the model here are static; fixed in place. What’s the difference then with what’s being modelled here? For one thing, the sun spins I take it; the earth spins too. So, do these fields spin or rotate, as well. Since they are opposite orientations would they spin in opposite ways, around a central neutral point, that neutral point being the sun or earth itself ? It seems the cathode tip supplies electricity, as one of the elements of the modelling here; spinning magnetic fields, it seems, create electricity (don’t they?) but since nothing spins in this model, do you have to add the electricity element in to model what you want to model?
February 7 at 6:48pm · Like
Cam McNaughton That Vela pulsar looks out of control; like it doesn’t have it’s opposite field/bowl beneath it, i.e., perhaps spinning the other way to counter act the runaway spin in the Vela pulsar. On the other hand, many of the magnetic bubble examples look positively gentle and balanced. Scale that Vela pulsar down to the scale of a cell in a body, as well, then I think I’d say ouch.
February 7 at 8:09pm · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton The PF materials here must be meant to model processes; processes are never static; it will be so interesting to watch the rest of the videos; read the upcoming paper; learn about the compression aspect of those containment domes; perhaps see one of the new videos modeling both bowls and their related matter flow, etc., together, i.e., with both bowls juxtaposed together; what happens in the center, etc., will be of interest, because with two bowls in operation, juxtaposed together, there’s no exit anymore, i.e., out the bottom at least for matter that might go that direction; compress matter into a center, what happens then?
February 7 at 10:12pm · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton Somehow, I must tear myself away from all this fascination, at least for a time. So far, I’ve been unable to do that. Yikes !
February 8 at 10:43am · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton In any case, all the best, David, with the rest of the steps involved, i.e., in unfolding whatever you’re looking to unfold here. Usually though, and I suspect now it’s true here, as well, taking one step at a time, i.e., putting one foot in front of the other, makes for a stable walk (or even run). So far you seem to have been doing that. Fascinating stuff !
February 8 at 10:43am · Like
Andrew Manrique Cam wrote: ” Does the resistance come from the fact there is nothing in there, essentially, i.e., that a current could flow through, but for what may be able to flow by way of the ionic current, due to the plasma being there; the plasma being created as it was by the ionization of the gas in the chamber? I look at the chamber and see the parabolic magnetic field emitters, the bowls, modeling a new shape to what had been thought to be a bar magnet shape for a planet’s magnetic field emitting dynamics, for instance; so those PMFEs will shape magnetic fields; what I’m trying to visualize is an “electric field”, otherwise invisible to me.”

I would say that everything in existence has a resistance or impedance to electrical propagation. Even free space is not “empty” nor is a vacuum as they have qualities (permeability and permittivity) There are just different degrees of resistance and conductance. And yes the plasma is created by the ionization caused by the cathode and anodes. As to visualize the electric field, it is strongest at the center, and decreases in intensity the further you move away. This is called the law of inverse squares, and means that as you get further away from a source the intensity goes down. if you back up from a candle you notice the light gets dimmer.
February 8 at 11:01am · Like · 1
Tom Ford Hey Dave, I’ve also been scratching my head about how these fields form in nature. I see in previous comments you aren’t ready to reveal that, but I look forward to when you share that!
February 8 at 2:06pm · Like
Primer Fields From all the evidence the fields are there in a basic bowl shape. Even at the sub-atomic level which is what we will get into in PF3. How they form naturally I have a theory for, but I honestly don’t know that it is correct, but it does make logical sense. There are also some tests we could run in future lab experiments to get us closer to knowing if my concept on it is correct or not.
February 8 at 2:19pm · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton Interesting, the colours of the sphere between the bowls in this photo seem similar to the colours seen in the “magnetic bubbles” here:
February 8 at 2:51pm · Like
Primer Fields Cam, that is false color. That bubble is being imaged well above visible light.
February 8 at 4:41pm · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton A subliminal link then.
February 8 at 6:21pm · Like
Zoltán Rausch David, I’m thinking about Your motivation. This is the key. Key for everyone. Key for everything. If I know what is Your motivation, I know You, I know everything. Please correct me if I’m wrong:
1. You are a rationalist: You can disconnect Your emotions and Your thoughts.
2. You are driving throughout Your emotions. Your Brain is solving them.
3. If there is any contradiction You are rethinking. You have the ability to disconnect the real true and the possibilities.
4. Searching the truth is Your Task, this makes You not happy, but this is the only way which is fitting to You. You can’t left this way…
(Sorry: English is not my mother’s language…)
February 9 at 6:00am · Like
Primer Fields 100% Zoltan. What I find in my search for the truth does not always make me happy. But the truth is the truth. My obsession with the truth has left me with fewer friends that I would have otherwise, but the friends it has left me with are true friends. They will do whatever they can to help me if I need help. The absolute truth is the only hope we have if we really want our world to be safe and prosperous in the future. Without the truth we are all doomed. But now we have a light. A little clue here and there. We can all save the world if we all work together. You are now my friend, Zoltan.
February 9 at 9:41am · Like · 2
Zoltán Rausch Thank You David, I’m not alone, I’m not the only one, this makes me happy…
February 9 at 10:02am via mobile · Like · 1
Primer Fields PF3 later today. I had some delays, but wrapping it up now.
February 9 at 10:15am · Like · 1
Steve Thomas I am going for a walk in the snow. A wonder of Nature. Hope you are getting some walks in David! ( I would X-country ski, but there is not enough snow.)
February 9 at 1:09pm · Edited · Like
Primer Fields Steve, I walk for at least an hour each day and sometimes I will walk for hours. If I didn’t have my work to do, I would probably walk all day. It is what we were built for and walking fixes so many issues within our bodies naturally. A lot of the problems that people have in our modern world are do to lack of walking.
February 9 at 1:41pm · Like · 2
Steve Thomas Gee, super. We are a walking machine that is for sure. I mention to everyone I may, that we should walk for at least 40 minutes a day.

A certain recent post was centered around the way we take in a breath, also seems to play a part in the body’s well being. The physical is such an amazing system. Primer Fields surely lends a beautiful way to better understand its workings. It’s 20/20 hindsight, like “duh”, that the field from spherical objects would be of spherical shape. But the way they operate. Wow! It will be interesting to learn how the fields interact with each other.
February 9 at 2:51pm · Like
Cam McNaughton I thought this was an interesting perspective on walking and its potential benefit for thought processes:

” … the secret is walking. If you give up owning a car, and walk everywhere, at different times of the day…before sunrise, at dusk etc…thoughts come that otherwise wouldn’t. Then you write notes. In time your ability to recall your brilliant walk-talk becomes better but it is always helpful to write pointer notes down in case you do actually forget.” – JD
February 12 at 4:56pm · Like
Danny Andringa so if you think about it the flinstone car should have been the way to go
February 13 at 1:05am · Like · 2
Cam McNaughton And here, the Jetsons’ car might take its place; maybe cars from the Jetsons should have treadmills built in. Wasn’t there a treadmill the characters used to use in that show?
February 13 at 10:21am · Like
Sharon Morris @Cam, George walked his dog Astro on a treadmill.
February 13 at 5:52pm · Like
Sharon Morris I still think those mystery particles are just burnt flakes from the bowl coating. You can see the burned and bubbled marks of the white coating in the pics showing the colored rings.
February 13 at 5:59pm · Like
Cam McNaughton I knew it. Thx Sharon.
February 13 at 8:51pm · Like
Barry Linder Fullerenes (buckyballs) are found in space. The buckyballs are spherical, however they could grow or fracture into buckybowls (bowl shaped molecules), such as the corannulene.

Please note, the buckyballs/buckybowls have wave-particle duality properties, such as light. Bowl shaped molecules can undergo an interesting dynamic process known as inversion (this page has an image of this inversion, ). The bowl to bowl inversion is very fast in corannulene. It has been estimated that it inverts about 2 ×10^5 times a second. A one bowl system could appear to be a two bowl system due to it’s very fast dynamic bowl-to-bowl inversion. IMO, the particles are either buckyballs/buckybowls, or small pieces from the bowls themselves. Interesting stuff
February 14 at 1:37pm · Edited · Like · 2
Cam McNaughton “Gravock’s” comment just above that one, at the linked to item, mentions an hourglass image from space not yet being linked to in the Primer Fields material; I believe it has been referenced. Perhaps it was in one of the videos, or here in the FB materials somewhere.
February 15 at 1:21pm · Edited · Like

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