When galaxies collide

Photo confirmation of a colliding galaxy model. If so, the amount of energy that something like this creates, will be on record as data.

NGC 2936 and NGC 2937 – created from data gathered by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Planetary Camera 3 (WFC3).

The amounts of energy released must be on a scale that affects extremely large areas of the space that surrounds them.

That said, as a source of energy, its mechanisms must be observed and calculated. Even as the results will surely show their losses, the mechanisms involved in the processes themselves are invaluable.

I especially want to see the effects in extremely small space, at extreme distances…

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Sounds like they’re talking about the Primer Fields! :)

Isn’t it funny how a lot of this sounds an awful lot like something coming out of the Primer Fields? Sounds like people are starting to grasp the concepts!!!

Nuclear Fusion Rocket Could Reach Mars in 30 Days

Nuclear fusion, the energy source that fuels the sun and other active stars, could one day propel rockets that allow humans to go to Mars and back in 30 days, researchers say.

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English: Montage of fusion-powered interplanetary spacecraft concepts (1987-2003) VISTA (inertial confinement fusion, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories,1987) Discovery II (magnetic confinement fusion, NASA/GRC, 2002) Human Outer Planet Exploration (magnetized target fusion concept, NASA/MSFC, 2003) ICAN-II (Antiproton-catalyzed microfission/fusion, The Pennsylvania State University) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fusion-powered rockets promise to solve problems of deep-space travel that have long plagued plans for manned missions to Mars — long journeys, high costs and health risks, among them.

Scientists at the University of Washington and a space-propulsion company named MSNW say they are getting to closer to creating a feasible fuel for travel to other planets. “Using existing rocket fuels, it’s nearly impossible for humans to explore much beyond Earth,” John Slough, a UW research associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics, said in a statement. “We are hoping to give us a much more powerful source of energy in space that could eventually lead to making interplanetary travel commonplace.”

Previous estimates have found that a round trip manned mission to Mars would require about 500 days of space travel. Slough, who is president of MSNW, and his colleagues calculated that a rocket powered by fusion would make 30- and 90-day expeditions to Mars possible.

The project is funded in part through NASA’s Innovative Advanced Concepts Program and received a second round of funding under the program in March. For comparison, past NASA studies have centered on Mars flights that would take two years to complete, and could cost $12 billion just to launch the fuel needed for the mission, according to Slough’s team.

Nuclear fusion occurs when the nuclei of two or more atoms combine, resulting in a release of energy. The sun and other stars convert this energy into light, and the same process gives hydrogen bombs their destructive power. But to use fusion to power a manned spacecraft, a more controlled process is needed.

Lab tests by Slough and his team suggest that nuclear fusion could occur by compressing a specially developed type of plasma to high pressure with a magnetic field.

A sand-grain-sized bit of this material would have the same amount of energy as current rocket fuel, the team says. To get this fuel to propel a rocket to Mars, the team says a powerful magnetic field could be used to cause large metal rings (likely made of lithium) to collapse around the plasma material, compressing it to a fusion state, but only for a few microseconds.

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Energy from these quick fusion reactions would heat up and ionize the shell of metal formed by the crushed rings. The hot, ionized metal would be shot out of the rocket nozzle at a high speed. Repeating this process roughly every minute would propel the spacecraft, the researchers say. Slough said the design is fairly straightforward. (Of course it is!)

The next step of the team’s work is to combine each of the isolated tests they’ve already completed successfully into a final experiment that produces fusion using this technology. “We hope we can interest the world with the fact that fusion isn’t always 40 years away and doesn’t always cost $2 billion,” Slough said in a statement.

http://news.yahoo.com/nuclear-fusion-rocket-could-reach-mars-30-days-111650317.html

 

Boston Dynamics’ Petman robot successfully wears clothes (video)

Boston Dynamics has been releasing video after video of its Petman humanoid robot performing a variety of tests, but something has always been missing: clothes. No longer. The company has today released a new video that demonstrates the robot can not only wear clothes, but make you never look at a hazmat suit the same way again. As the company notes, the testing isn’t just for Petman — thanks to some DoD funding, it’s using the robot to test suits like this in hazardous conditions, with an array of sensors on the robot itself able to detect chemicals leaking through the suit. Sit down, and head on past the break to see the video for yourself.

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About Society and God

– 2011
By: Richard Brown
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(This is an excerpt from a Singularity f/b group.)

Thisones Me: …”Why does it always seem like people have to equate science as a blasphemy against God? Why would it be wrong to think that God may even use science himself?”
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Someone Madeup…”Why do they hate science so much while their so called God gave them the knowledge of science?  If God exist then he gave use the gift of knowledge therefor science, but they don’t even seem to try and connect that. Its all ignorance, every bit of it.”
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Thisones me …”It’s kinda sad really.
I have faith in my faith.
Science doesn’t take that away from me just because science tells me that something was done a little differently than I was told.
Told by people who saw something wonderful but chose words or ideas that helped them understand it, instead of thinking unselfishly about me, and how that might confuse and fail “me?
Belief in one, does not destroy the existence of the other.”

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Responsibility

…”As an “observer” of the Singularity, I’ve found it my responsibility to report on ALL areas of change that I feel are directly, or indirectly being influenced by, or just prior to, the effects of the “Singularity.” Jan,2012 Richard Brown

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Think Magnetism

tHINK mAGNETISM

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The Primer Fields – Light

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As stuff breaks

Maurizio Bisogni via PhysOrg.com – Science, Research, Technology, Physics, Nanotech, Space News
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Never ending liht bulbs?
Ex nihilo: Dynamical Casimir effect in metamaterial converts vacuum fluctuations into real photons
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(Phys.org) —In the strange world of quantum mechanics, the vacuum state (sometimes referred to as the quantum vacuum, simply as the vacuum) is a quantum system’s lowest possible energy state. While not containing physical particles, neither is it an empty void: Rather, the quantum vacuum contains …..
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Richard Brown I can show you a video of it.
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Richard Brown It’s another (3 now I think) covered within the Primer Fields that Azure brought to my attention in Ray’s group.
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Richard Brown Oh, and I meant the technical papers released “SINCE” the video…
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Marco Magagnini woow.. where is the Video? thanks
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Richard Brown Start here.http://youtu.be/9EPlyiW-xGI
The Primer Fields Part 1
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Dan Corey In the first several minutes of that video I’m already highly skeptical of the scientific merit. He doesn’t speak like a scientist at all. Scientists have hypothesis, this guy says unequivocally that he has the answer.

I don’t have the domain expertise to claim he’s wrong on a factual basis but judging by the way he speaks I doubt there’s much to his claims.
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Richard Brown I would say keep watching. As to the voice, I assume it’s an actor. As to the assertion? How else do you attack an accepted theory. I have been informed that the thesis has been submitted to a number of journals, but no specifics. I have checked the re…See More
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Richard Brown I know that all sounds truncated, I’ll try to clarify….”I could fin…” In this statement, I mean, I couldn’t find anyone conducting and publishing results in the field, nor has anyone even suggested it. BUT..If you look at the work that HAS been pub…See More
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Richard Brown Srry again. Third journal publication: http://phys.org/news/2013-03-nihilo-dynamical-casimir-effect-metamaterial.htmlhttps://thesingularityeffect.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/some-vindication/ – Still looking for the other one
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Richard Brown This just popped up on Kurzweil in between posts. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/03/08/nasa-discovers-hidden-portals-in-earths-magnetic-field/
NASA Discovers Hidden Portals In Earth’s Magnetic Field
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Richard Brown It goes with the theory too

Simply Awesome!

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What I Think – The Primer Fields

The Big Bang Theory is one of my favorite shows. Sheldon is so funny when he says, “I can’t wait until the day I transcend my body.” There are even times he’s claimed to have already made the jump genetically.

What if “we” already have, and new ideas are really here?…
What if this is one of them.?

Can you say why this is not real? Or take it further than Quantum Mechanics has?

If I said, “My ten year old understands Structures of plasma in a vacuum.” better than most engineers?

If you think you have it figured out… then by all means, just skip to Part 3. Here’s the deal though.

Just give it a chance. Listen to it.

Let the video explain to you what is going on.

It is just like a very good documentary from when you were in school. But of something you’ve never heard before. If you had heard it before, we would not even be having this discussion.

Don’t be afraid to research it while you’re viewing it. Just hit pause.
(NOTE: A search of the theory’s author will lead you back to nowhere, as the elusive David LaPoint has gone to ground.)

The fields being discussed are real, as I believe are the ones created in the experiments here.

The science of Plasma Physics is so well established, that it is already considered to be 4th fundamental state of Matter. They are by far the most common phase of ordinary matter in the universe, both by mass and by volume.

Most of the time we hear it in a thunder storm, sometimes we see it, but did you know that we almost always “smell” it?
It’s the Ozone, or positively charged Oxygen you’re smelling.

Yet …I’ve found no current research that even comes close.

I can’t find any reference to these shapes even being considered in the field. When I have put the key words in searches, I get Grad/research level publications, usually related to

Astronomical Bodies, and Matter.

I am not naieve. But I do have an open mind. When I saw this, I thought. “Cool. I could use a brush up here.” (The Double Slit Experiment) And then I started to watch.

I understood it right away.
(That’s how come I started to investigate it! I knew it made sense, but it wasn’t what I knew to be true either! So I started searching. I still am. It’s just not getting out.

To “try” and make a long story short, I got excited and started to post little “Have you seen it’s!” everywhere. I did a lot of stuff. (That’s the long part. I researched every part of this) And am now here.

I do not know the presenter of the paper, nor do I claim to know the specifics of his theory. But I will say that since I have seen this. I feel that I have got an excellent grasp of the theory, concepts, and it’s assertions.

I can show it to others and have them understand it.
If I explain it a little further in theory, it is followed.
With a working concept firmly understood, observable patterns start to develop, and soon they understand.

The knowledge (math) we have can’t prove that is wrong,
because it (math) “Does” act within the parameters set forth as described by our abilities of the time. If we consider the probability as “high” that our current ideas of math are most likely out of date, incomplete, or simply incorrect, then the concept of something like this should be approached, not distrusted.

I’m going to be following this. I hope you all do too.

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P.S. Don’t get me started on Singularity now! Because if this turns out to be true, I have sooo been right on it’s a**!

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predictive reactions to a first timers viewing

What follows is a transcript of comments from a post of “The Primer Fields Part 1) on a place called “Chronicles” a science fiction and fantasy community.
http://www.sffchronicles.co.uk

It seems to follow a somewhat common pattern of dismissal simply on the concepts face. On most pages with such blatantly controversial subject matter.
The
Re: The Primer Fields
It’s interesting, but … at 8 minutes it falls into the trap of saying “this looks a bit like …”

And from then on, there’s no claims of any mathematical proof or justification. Instead, it’s focused on publishing an image of this double magnetic field over anything with a plane.

That’s not proving anything.

An interesting seed of an idea, that doesn’t really feel expressed.
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“And, still, it turns.”
This is only one video, Brian, but a very significant one. I assume you’ve seen my other posts endorsing plasma cosmology / electric universe. (There are many books, but I recommend Donald Scott’s THE ELECTRIC SKY as the best primer.)

The significance of this video will not be appreciated by anyone who has not already learned something of plasma cosmology, and that field will be rejected almost automatically by anyone who has been fed on a diet of mainstream pop science with Big Bang, black holes, dark matter, dark energy and all the other ghosts that exist only in mathematical virtual worlds. The reason PC/EU is so compelling is because it is based on empirical evidence from over a century of laboratory experiments. Mainstream astrophysicists cannot conduct experiments, and so rely on mathematical models which are often at odds with reality. (The Standard Model is constantly in need of patches on top of patches, and every new observation takes astrophysicists by surprise, baffles them. “We can’t explain it.”)

Important things to note in The Primer Fields:

The burned bowl magnet shows the exact same patterns as Saturn’s north pole—the hexagonal pattern in the center, the surrounding bands and rings, and the diocotron patterns around the edges (known as a Kelvin–Helmholtz instabilities in fluid dynamics). Voyager photographed magnetic “spokes” in Saturn’s rings. And while you may view these things in isolation, PC/EU proponents believe the entire Solar system (and beyond) is a plasma filled ocean conducting currents like a giant electronic circuit.
The rings of Saturn may be electrically created. Anthony Peratt has modeled the same plasma structures to explain the shapes of galaxies. (And Birkeland currents have been imaged at the center of our own galaxy—no black hole found.)
Many galaxies and even stars have been observed with “jets.” Mainstream astronomers explain the “jets” and ring/disc shapes (above) with black holes, an idea internally inconsistent with black holes.

Another video of interest (2 minutes) is Dense Plasma Focus. In that video, note the twisted Birkeland currents and the “jets” from the plasmoid. Hannes Alfven has demonstrated the scalability of these structures, from the microscopic to the cosmic. As these forms get bigger, they move more slowly.

James Clerk Maxwell unified electricity and magnetism, but ran into problems like the “ultraviolet catastrophe,” which in turn led to quantum mechanics. From that point forward, 20th century physicists have attempted to unify the other forces of nature in a GUT (grand unified theory), but were stymied by irreconcilable models. Einsteinian Relativity is based on gravity and rules over the very large. The nuclear strong and weak forces are the realm of quantum mechanics which works only at very small scales.

You may have seen the reports of magnetic fields altering the decay rate of radioactives (nuclear weak). There are many who have suggested that gravity may be a by-product of electromagnetic forces. And now the Primer Fields video shows how nuclear strong may be related to electro-magnetic force.

That’s what makes all of this compelling enough to at least look.
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Oh, I’m all for the electromagnetic universe principle – it’s something I’ve come to recognise myself independently, without reading anything about it. Specifically, there is something incomplete about our knowledge of EM fields that, if corrected, I think would address some major questions, not least the one of “missing mass” in galaxies.

However, you do not ground a scientific theory by saying that something likes like a thing – you have to demonstrate that it has the same mechanics. Hence my objections about simply superimposing the magnetic images over nebula.

I’m happy to question, but I still want to use scientific method where possible, but I didn’t get a sense of much of this from this particular video. However, one thing it did demonstrate is a potential analogue between electron orbits (especially p orbits) and EM field lines, something I’ve considered before – but was visibly more demonstrated. But we need more than just the visuals!
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However, one thing it did demonstrate is a potential analogue between electron orbits (especially p orbits) and EM field lines, something I’ve considered before – but was visibly more demonstrated. But we need more than just the visuals!
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I might be walking into a minefield, but your comment puzzled me a bit. Many apologies if I mis-read the above

Electron orbitals are solutions to a Schrodinger’s equation where you have a postive charged nucleus and a negative charged electron ‘orbiting’ – hence the solutions are not just analogous to EM field lines – they actually incorporate the real Electric field solution (but as applied by Quantum theory). Which is what you see in the orbitals: s-electrons are monopoles, p-electrons are dipoles, d-electrons quadrupole and as you go up in angular momentum for your electrons you go up the multipole expansion terms.

(ok. it gets a bit more complicated to see what happens when you want to add magnetic fields or electric fields from outside, as you have to allow the particles to move, which makes the math more complicated, but all you’re doing in principle is applying Maxwell’s equations to Schrodinger’s one.)
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Ah, good point – of course they are.
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I think that what I meant is that through the video linked to, it was far easier to envisage the plane of electron orbits. When you walk out of a class describing a bar magnet, and then into a class describing even simple p orbits, something doesn’t sit right.

Well, of course not, because of the quantum uncertainty inherent in electron orbits – but I did find the visuals in the video linked to seemed to make their shapes much more sensical. What I was trying to say, was something on the lines that if this approach to EM was indeed saying something new, then it would have something interesting to say about features such as electron orbits.

Apologies, is late, so I may not be making much sense!
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The video is very simplified and tends to drag between the interesting bits. I’ll look forward to the following videos, just the same. For more on this topic, see the forum thread at Thunderbolts.info: http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/p…hp?f=10&t=9221

(The discussion gets into some esoteric material in the following page

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About Peer Review

By Me:

The one real “anger point” I seem to keep running into is the one that goes something like this. “Well he’s obviously just some nutjob. Probably trying to sell some kind of free energy deal or something. I mean, he hasn’t published in any journals, hasn’t given to any “REAL” academic institution,…blah blah”

1. Which institution? The one that is going to just dismiss it at it’s face? Or the one who will do it when he leaves the room?

2. An American journal? Well why not one from Calcutta?

3. If he’s right and their wrong, why should he ask them to say he’s right? I mean, they’ve been wrong before right? 🙂

4. He states that by video was the fastest way to get this important information out quickly. He goes on to say that it was the easiest way to get it out in a way he could explain. What if he’s not a physicist, by perhaps an engineer? (Personally, I think it’s more likely something like this.

5. Doesn’t trust academic institutions?

6. If submitted for approval. Then every single theory in acceptance must be independently challenged. Takes time.

7. I’ve heard people come to him with questions. He has answered them.

8. I have already seen others solve problems STILL not know by science simply by using his theory to solve unrelated topics. (Ie. sunspots and the suns 11 year cycle.) His response to these? Exactly This proves that there’s something here when “commentators” make valid presumptions in only a few comment posts about things science still doesn’t know.

9. Note how these things usually bring out the trolls and holders of the sword of Zagnar? “Well bbla blah is wrong because blah blah, and you are a crackpot, blah blah. See any of these? Not really. I’m seeing some. Usually to be immediately followed by a real question. The trolls then just go away and the discussion turns good. (This does not happen on other things. Example: How religion always gets brought up when speaking of science.)

10. Perhaps he didn’t want to do all the math? (In this case, there would be too much. He’d have to formulate for everything!

11. Maybe he’s like me? “Hey! I just thought up the stuff! The math and all that is your job!”

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Just trying to catch up

Some Vindication
•March 3, 2013 •
“Getting around the ‘uncertainty principle’:
Physicists make first direct measurements of polarization states of light.
Physicists make first direct measurements of polarization states of light March 3, 2013 Getting around the Uncertainty Principle Enlarge Weak measurement: as light goes through a birefringent crystal the horizontally and vertically polarized components of light spread out in space, but an overlap between the two components remains when they emerge.
In a “strong” measurement the two components would be fully separated. gettingaroun
Credit: Jonathan Leach Researchers at the University of Rochester and the University of Ottawa have applied a recently developed technique to directly measure for the first time the polarization states of light. Their work both overcomes some important challenges of Heisenberg’s famous Uncertainty Principle and also is applicable to qubits, the building blocks of quantum information theory.
They report their results in a paper published this week in Nature Photonics. The direct measurement technique was first developed in 2011 by scientists at the National Research Council, Canada, to measure the wave function – a way of determining the state of a quantum system.
Such direct measurements of the wave function had long seemed impossible because of a key tenet of the uncertainty principle – the idea that certain properties of a quantum system could be known only poorly if certain other related properties were known with precision.
The ability to make these measurements directly challenges the idea that full understanding of a quantum system could never come from direct observation.
The Rochester/Ottawa researchers, led by Robert Boyd, who has appointments at both universities, measured the polarization states of light – the directions in which the electric and magnetic fields of the light oscillate. Their key result, like that of the team that pioneered direct measurement, is that it is possible to measure key related variables, known as “conjugate” variables, of a quantum particle or state directly. The polarization states of light can be used to encode information, which is why they can be the basis of qubits in quantum information applications. “The ability to perform direct measurement of the quantum wave function has important future implications for quantum information science,” explained Boyd, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Quantum Nonlinear Optics at the University of Ottawa and Professor of Optics and Physics at the University of Rochester.
“Ongoing work in our group involves applying this technique to other systems, for example, measuring the form of a “mixed” (as opposed to a pure) quantum state.”
Previously, a technique called quantum tomography has allowed researchers to measure the information contained in these quantum states, but only indirectly. Quantum tomography requires intensive post-processing of the data, and this is a time-consuming process that is not required in the direct measurement technique.
Thus, in principle, the new technique provides the same information as quantum tomography but in significantly less time. “The key to characterizing any quantum system is gathering information about conjugate variables,” said co-author Jonathan Leach, who is now a lecturer at Heriot-Watt University, UK. “The reason it wasn’t thought possible to measure two conjugate variables directly was because measuring one would destroy the wave function before the other one could be measured.”
The direct measurement technique employs a “trick” to measure the first property in such a way that the system is not disturbed significantly and information about the second property can still be obtained. This careful measurement relies on the “weak measurement” of the first property followed by a “strong measurement” of the second property.
First described 25 years ago, weak measurement requires that the coupling between the system and what is used to measure it be, as its name suggests, “weak”, which means that the system is barely disturbed in the measurement process. The downside of this type of measurement is that a single measurement only provides a small amount of information, and to get an accurate readout, the process has to be repeated multiple times and the average taken.
Boyd and his colleagues used the position and momentum of the light as the indicator of the polarization state. To couple the polarization to the spatial degree of freedom they used birefringent crystals: when light goes through such a crystal, there is a spatial separation introduced for different polarizations. For example, if light is made of a combination of horizontally and vertically polarized component, the positions of the individual components will spread out when it goes through the crystal according to its polarization.
The thickness of the crystal can control the strength of the measurement, weak or strong, and determine the degree of separation, correspondingly small or large. In this experiment, Boyd and his colleagues passed polarized light through two crystals of differing thicknesses: the first, a very thin crystal that “weakly” measures the horizontal and vertical polarization state; the second, a much thicker crystal that “strongly” measures the diagonal and anti-diagonal polarization state. As the first measurement was performed weakly, the system is not significantly disturbed, and therefore, information gained from the second measurement was still valid.
This process is repeated several times to build up accurate statistics. Putting all of this together gives a full, direct characterization of the polarization states of the light

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…” Some of you are really starting to get it. Gravity is not a force unto itself. It is a manifestation of EM forces. Who knows where this will all lead. Meet George Jetson!…” David LaPoint
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SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Two questions if I may. “Is the vacuum chamber simply similar to a florescent light? The bowls are producing a magnetic field that causes the gas in the chamber to align along this field/”?

David LaPoint

Yes the vacuum chamber is just like a florescent light and yes the bowls emit a magnetic field that controls the plasma. The electricity does not make the fields not cause the formations therein. The formations are there all along with or without electricity. The electricity only reveals the formations, the electricity does not cause them. Just as when you put electricity through a florescent bulb it causes it to light up, and that is all the electricity does.

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Greg Sanders

…”I wonder if the polar jets of a spiral galaxy act as atom smashers that generate heavier and heavier elements and if an enormous ball of depleted uranium has accumulated at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. I do not believe that there is a black hole at the center of the Milky Way but there is something very heavy there that alters the orbits of a dozen nearby stars. Geophysicist J. Marvin Herndon hypothesizes that stars and planets have uranium cores that function as natural nuclear reactors. He notes that Jupiter emits twice as much energy as it receives from the Sun.”

David LaPoint

Greg, polar jets are not atom smashers and there is not reason to have any core of a certain material in the center of the Milky Way galaxy to see the orbits around it that we see. Watch how the balls behave in my video at this point http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EPlyiW-xGI&t=19m40s There is no mass at the center at all to begin with. This orderly structure is all just from magnetic fields and how they interact. Gravity need not be involved at all. But there is a focal point in the center of the Milky Way and around that point we see what we see. We are still waiting for more info to really go into what is going on there. But this is the point. You don’t necessary have to have a “core” of great density at the center of anything. All I am going to say on that until I can expound on it in the video. But some very good observations and points.

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…”But electricity causes everything.”

David LaPoint

It is this simple. It has proven that you can have concentrations of energy (COE) without external electricity involved at all. When is the external electricity that is causing the water to form in the glass before you drink it? That is a silly idea, right? But every molecule and atom in that glass of water has an intrinsic magnetic field to it. That is proven beyond a shadow of a doubt. The LHC uses magnetic fields to drive matter to nearly the speed of light for the collisions there. The universe has electricity in it for certain, but the cause is not at all from magneto hydrodynamics in flowing fields in space as other groups contend. It is a concept without scientific merit and zero experiments behind it.

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…”Black Holes?’

David LaPoint

On black holes and planetary orbits.
I believe that what are called black holes are actually the effects of
the magnetic fields confining matter. The orbits of the planets are
also due to the magnetic fields as you see with the outer orbitals on
the acrylic sheet in my video. Remember this experiment was conducted
within the magnetic field of the Earth so I have to contend with
effects of that. If we could do that experiment in deep space far away
from other magnetic fields I believe we could increase that orbital
distance a quite a bit. It can be very difficult to totally let go of
the gravity concept when it comes to orbitals in space. It was
difficult for me to let gravity go. But it actually makes a lot more
sense that the orbits of planets are do to magnetic confinement once
you see that it is possible and it places objects in clearly defined
stable orbits.

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…”So even nylon balls should behave in a similar way to the steel balls?”

David LaPoint

So can you charge a nylon ball.?

Of course you can. It will then respond to a magnetic field. If you can get something to accept a
charge, then you can control it with a magnetic field if you eliminate
completing forces. It would be nice to be able to jump into deep space
to test this concept out, but my teleporter has been down for a while
and I am still waiting for replacement parts from my home planet. LOL

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…”Why do you just do simulations?”

David LaPoint
My experiments are designed to show how things truly work at all levels from the atomic to
the galactic. My goal in all of videos is to open everyone’s minds to a new way of
thinking about how things really work. Not just to do simulations.

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”Would “the bowl” repel a non spherical steel object?

David LaPoint

Yes

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…”If the bowl was laid flat would it levitate a thin plate of steel/iron above it?”

David LaPoint

Yes

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…”Would the repulsion force increase if you increased the magnetic flux flowing from the bowl?”

David LaPoint

Yes

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Why is your paper in video format?

…”I hope you all understand. I need to get what I know in a format that most clearly explains what I know and can be distributed the most effectively.” David A. LaPoint

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Edited by:Richard Brown (Only for time stamp)
The Primer Fields Part 1 (Transcript)
David LaPoint

This will change the world.

Prim-er noun

definition of: Primer

1 :A basic guide to understanding a subject

2: A device that will initiate a reaction..

What follows is both…..

The Primer Fields

Here we see the representation of a single photon of light.

Scientists understand many of the properties of light,

but light still holds some mysteries that perplex us.

Thomas Young first demonstrated the wave nature of light in 1803

with his famed double slit experiment, and ever since then the world’s top

minds have debated what the results of this experiment actually mean.

Although Young’s double slit experiment is repeated many times every day,

we are always left with the same perplexing question that goes

to the core of quantum mechanics and our very understanding of matter.

Is light a particle or a wave?

Experiments have revealed that light has the properties of both a

particle and a wave, but how can it be both a particle and a wave.

Then we find this to be the case for all electromagnetic radiation

and all matter. This leaves the world’s brightest minds still searching for

answers to this basic question. Is matter a particle or a wave?

In this video series you will be shown the solution to our dilemma.

In fact you are looking at that solution right now.

The fields shown around the green photon are electro-magnetic fields

of opposite polarity. With the red field being north

magnetic orientation and blue field being south magnetic orientation.

It will be proven that this is actually the way that

magnetic fields are structured around all matter.

This applies from the smallest particles we have discovered

to the largest structures in space.

If you were to measure these fields with a compass, their magnetic fields

would appear identical to the magnetic fields of a bar magnet.

This also means that when we measured the magnetic fields

of matter with other methods in the lab, we also assumed that matter had

a bar magnet type of magnetic field. But this assumption was a mistake.

So until now, we have incorrectly assumed that electrons and other

matter have a magnetic field shape as shown in this drawing.

But we must realize that the fields around an electron, as well as all around

other matter are actually two opposing bowl shaped electromagnetic fields.

Unless we properly understand this basic magnetic field structure,

we will never be able to properly understand the fundamental forces of matter

from the sub-atomic to the galactic.

In this presentation you will be shown that correcting this one basic misunderstanding

of magnetic fields, also explains most all of our problems

in physics and astrophysics.

I believe that this magnetic field structure

is an intrinsic property of all matter.

Therefore you cannot have a particle of matter

unless these magnetic fields are there to form it and confine it.

To further understand these magnetic fields and validate this

new theory hundreds of experiments were conducted utilizing a vacuum chamber

and specially constructed bowl shaped magnetic field emitters.

When 70,000 volts of electricity is applied the

plasma formations that you are now seeing appear.

A variety of purging gases were used in these experiments.

This includes ordinary air, argon, hydrogen, and helium.

The spacing and orientation of the magnetic field emitters

were varied in many ways as well.

The magnetic field emitters were suspended on non-conductive

high strength microfilament line attached to magnetic supports

on the inner surface of the vacuum chamber.

Then to hold these supports in place high strength magnets

were utilized on the outer surface of the vacuum chamber.

This arrangement allows for adjustment of the magnetic field emitters

while the experiment is running.

The small microfilament support lines also offer minimum disturbance

of the plasma flow around the fields and therefore more realistic experimental results.

A variety of bowl shaped magnetic field emitters were utilized in these

experiments in order to reveal how changing the geometry

of the field emitters affects the matter around them.

As you can clearly see here, a change of magnetic field emitter geometry

also results in a change in the shape of the plasma formation

within the vacuum chamber.

By adjusting the exposure settings on the camera an x shaped pattern

is revealed between the magnetic field emitters that is

amazingly similar to the shape of the Red Square Nebula.

You can even see the bowl shape of the magnetic fields

in the Red Square Nebula.

Notice how increasing the spacing between the magnetic field emitters

transforms the shape of the nucleus until finally a disc of plasma

forms around the nucleus.

Also notice the rapid spin of the plasma around the magnetic field emitters

even though the field emitters are stationary.

Here you can clearly see how even a single magnetic field emitter

controls the shape of the plasma around it.

Notice how it confines the plasma to the lower part of the vacuum chamber.

In preparing for this research I pondered what other geometries of

bowl shaped magnetic field emitters would be beneficial to my research.

I carefully studied the structures in space for guidance in the design

of a new bowl shaped field emitter.

From the structures in space to the structures of matter revealed

in the collisions at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN

all sources of data were considered.

I carefully studied the amazing research underway at the Large Hadron Collider

and I found a wealth of evidence for this theory in the collisions there.

This evidence will be discussed at length in Primer Fields Part 4.

Now in reviewing a video from CERN I noticed something quite bizarre,

and it wasn’t in the data from the collisions.

It was in the shape of CERN’s most well recognized building.

The Globe of Science and Innovation in Geneva, Switzerland.

Not only was it a bowl shape, but the design of the building also

has a hole in the top of the dome exactly as my theory would call for.

So I made a magnetic scale model of the CERN dome, placed a set of them

in my vacuum chamber and fired it up.

Not only did these CERN Bowls form a spherical shape at the center of the reaction,

but they also formed a disc of plasma around the nucleus,

as well as ejection jets along the axis.

Then after running the experiments for a few days with the CERN bowls

, they were removed from the vacuum chamber and photographed,

revealing the patterns you see here.

These amazing patterns will also be discussed further

in Part 4 of this series of videos.

Then once it was realized that the key pattern required for this theory

was found in the dome at CERN, it was also discovered that CERN

was not the only place with the required pattern.

The pattern has been there for centuries at the Pantheon in Rome

which has been referred to as the “vault of the heavens.

Then the required shape was also found at St. Peter’s Basilica.

Then one of my favorites was found at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Mdina, Malta.

Notice the angels circling the hole at the top of the dome and compare

that to the glowing ring that is found

inside the bowl shaped magnetic field emitters in the vacuum chamber.

Why are these angels on fire exactly where they should be?

Much more on this dome and the others later in this series of videos.

So it seems that people often want a sign from God that we are not alone.

Sometimes God does give us a sign if we just pay attention.

Sometimes He even puts that sign over the capital of the United States of America.

We will take a look at Newgrange in Ireland.

This structure predates Stonehenge by over 200 years and yet it too contains

unbelievable details related to this new theory of the structure of all matter.

More on Newgrange later in this video series.

Here we have the assortment of magnetic field emitters that

were utilized in my research and in this video series.

These emitters all have the same basic properties, but they do vary in size,

geometry, and magnetic field strength.

The design and construction of these field emitters are covered by patents

that have been filed in both the United States of America and Internationally.

No rights to the use of the technology covered by these patents is granted

or implied as stated clearly in the statement at the beginning of this video.

Notice how these ordinary non-magnetized steel balls are held in place

at the center or nucleus of these field emitters.

Then we will take a look at the data from the Sun.

You will be shown how the results from the vacuum chamber experiments

match the data and features of the Sun.

This includes super rotation about the equator and the patterns

of the surface flows on the Sun.

We will also see the amazing confirmation of this new theory in the data

from probes such as the Ulysses Mission which

mapped many of the characteristics of the Sun.

You will even be given an entirely new theory as to the true cause

of the solar cycle and an explanation of the so called Coronal Heating Problem.

This will all be covered in detail in Part 5 of this video series.

You will clearly see how that this new theory explains the structure

of not only the Sun, but also all matter from electrons to atoms to molecules

to planets to stars to nebula and even entire galaxies.

You will see amazing proof of these Bowl shaped magnetic fields at work

on and around Saturn in Part 2 of this video series.

We will look at how relativistic jets are truly formed and experiments that

were conducted in the lab to confirm this new jet formation theory.

This will be covered in great detail in Part 2 of this video series.

Part 6 of this video series includes over an hour of video and images

of the high voltage plasma experiments that were conducted in the vacuum chamber.

After completing hundreds of these vacuum chamber experiments,

I am positive that the answers to both the energy crisis

and global warming are now within our reach.

Utilizing this new knowledge of the true forces that hold all matter together,

a radically new type of energy reactor is in the works.

The energy reactors of the near future will be small, safe, and relatively inexpensive.

So the dream of low cost electricity is at the door.

As you can see here we are already well on our way to fulfilling our dream.

Plus there is an additional benefit to this technology. Zero carbon emissions.

We still have some work to do, but it shouldn’t really take that long,

now that we finally have the true understanding of the forces that bind all matter.

Testing on this new reactor should begin by the summer of 2013.

But there is other technology based on this new theory that has already

been in the testing phase for over six years.

Results so far have been amazing, and this product will be announced

in the first quarter of 2013. But that’s for later.

For now let’s get back to how these fields work to confine matter.

Here we can see how the plasma spins and flows.

In upcoming sections of this video series we will examine this flow in more detail

and its relationship to the spokes in the rings of Saturn and the Solar wind.

Then we will take a look at how these bowl shaped magnetic field emitters

cause both magnetized and non-magnetized balls to form amazing arrays as shown here.

The only thing holding these balls in position are

the magnetic fields emanating from these two bowls.

Could this truly be the way that atomic and molecular

structures are properly explained?

I believe so.

Let take a look at the forces at work in the

nucleus area of these bowl shaped magnetic fields.

Shown here are ordinary non-magnetized 5 mm steel balls.

These bowl shaped magnetic field induce a magnetic field into each steel ball

which them causes them to repel each other while

at the same keeping the steel balls together.

So this mysterious force not only causes the steel balls to become

packed tightly together, but it also keeps them apart.

Then it does this while at the same time forming

a geometrically balanced pattern just as we find within atoms and molecules.

Notice the vibration in all of the steel balls as each new ball

is added to the nucleus area.

What we see at work here is what I believe would truly be defined as the strong force.

Then we will take a look at some incredible cutting edge research

from scientists at IBM.

This is an atomic force microscope image

of the actual structure within a nanographene molecule.

Now we see the image of the nanographene molecule superimposed

on top of the array of steel balls that were formed in the nucleus area

of the bowl shaped magnetic fields.

The steel balls are supported by a sheet of clear acrylic

which does not come in contact with the magnetic bowls at all.

Therefore it is only the magnetic fields of the red and blue bowls which are

responsible for the shape the patterns we observe here.

Here we see 3 mm steel balls in the nucleus area of the magnetic fields.

Notice how they can trade positions with other balls in the array,

but the basic geometric pattern is always maintained.

Now let’s take a look at how these non-magnetized steel balls form

orbital patterns around these bowl shaped magnetic field emitters.

Again notice how even in the orbital area these magnetic fields cause the

steel balls to be packed together, and yet at the same time they repel each other.

Even 25mm non-magnetized steel balls follow these same rules.

I believe it is time to reevaluate our theories of atomic structure

and the forces at work therein.

As you can see a wide range of steel balls were placed around

these magnetic fields with the same results.

Here we see 5 mm non-magnetized steel balls forming a complex array

of orbitals around the nucleus.

Notice how the steel balls all repel each other.

The red and blue bowls are identical in construction and magnetic strength.

The only difference is the magnetic polarity of the bowls.

The red bowls are north magnetic polarity and the blue bowls are south magnetic polarity.

Notice the various ways in which these bowls will bond with each other.

Here we see how the large and small bowls interact with each other magnetically.

Notice how the small blue bowl is force to flip over

and then floats within the large red bowl.

The small red bowl responds quite differently as you can clearly see.

Then we find the same rules in effect within the large blue bowl.

Now you see how the orbital distance of the small bowl set is determined

by the spacing between the large red and blue bowls.

This same principle applies to magnetic balls placed

within the orbital equator area perpendicular to the large bowls.

In this demonstration a singular magnetic ball is held in place

by the magnetic bowls and then a second magnetic ball is added.

Then it was discovered that this orbital effect is there even

when the polarity of the magnetic field emitters is reversed.

Pouring 2 mm steel balls into the large bowls reveals the true forces

at work in the Southern Crab Nebula.

A wide variety of methods were used to study the magnetic fields

emanating from these bowls.

Here we see Ferro Fluid at work showing the magnetic patterns formed

within these bowl shaped magnetic field emitters.

Then for the very first time it is now possible to actually repel

non-magnetized steel balls with a static magnetic field.

The magnetic field emitted from these bowls induces a magnetic field

into the steel ball and then repels it along the axis of these magnetic field emitters.

This knowledge is the key to the understanding how these magnetic fields

confine the nucleus of all matter from electrons to galaxies.

In this experiment the “anode” or the positive side of the high voltage

electrical supply, has been disconnected from the lower part of the vacuum chamber.

As you can see here, the ejection jets are formed by the magnetic field emitters

even if one of the positively charged anodes is removed from within the vacuum chamber.

So you are starting to understand that a critical mistake was made by scientists

when it was assumed that the magnetic fields emanating from matter such

as atoms was due to a simple bar shaped magnetic field within the atom.

This assumption led to many ill formed ideas as to the true forces at

work from the sub-atomic level to the galactic level.

Correct this one basic misunderstanding and then many difficult problems in science

become very clear and easy to understand.

Here we see iron filings revealing the magnetic field lines around a bar magnet.

Now we see a compass being used to reveal the magnetic field

around the bowl shaped emitter set.

Notice that the field emitted from both the bowls and the bar magnet are the same.

No wonder mankind was unaware of these bowl shaped magnetic fields.

They were hiding right in front of us the whole time.

In this image the magnetic field lines around the typical structure

of an atom, a star or even a galaxy are shown in magenta.

But we need to remember that even though the magnetic

field lines measured around matter are of this shape,

it is not due to a bar shaped magnet along the axis of the matter being measured.

There are in reality dual bowl shaped magnetic fields around the

nucleus that cause this measured shape of magnetic field lines.

So here is the basic shape of the magnetic fields

that emanate from a typical structure in space.

Now let’s examine some structures in space and see if we can’t

find evidence for this shape at work in galactic formations.

Here is how we were mistaken in our understanding

of the true forces at work in galactic structures.

These large structures in space could not be explained

by the currently accepted theory of gravity alone.

So as we studied these structures it was assumed that some extra source

of gravity was required to explain how all this matter could be held

in orbit around the central star in these galaxies.

This is how the “THEORY” of black holes became

accepted when trying to explain these structures.

It was a totally reasonable line of thinking.

But it was found that even using black holes with incredible gravity

we still could not explain how these large

structures in space are held together and function.

So the next mistake that we made was to assume

some other extra matter there to explain these large structures in space.

Along came our “THEORY” of dark matter.

But even when we applied both the theory of black holes and dark matter

to our puzzle, there still were some problems.

It seems the universe itself was not only expanding,

but that the rate of that expansion was increasing.

To explain this, we came up with the “THEORY” of dark energy.

So now we have invented three totally unproven THEORIES

Black holes, dark matter, and dark energy.

But they are not required at all if you eliminate the basic misunderstanding

of magnetic fields around the nucleus of all structures in space.

Once you properly understand this revolutionary theory of how

magnetic fields can cause not only plasma, but actual matter to form the structures

we find in space, you will clearly see

that black holes, dark matter, and dark energy do not exist at all.

We made some fatal mistakes in our thinking.

Utilizing this new theory you will find that even bizarre structures like

Gomez’s Hamburger are now very easy to understand.

As we explore this new theory, we will be examining images and data

gathered by scientists, researchers, and astronauts.

Their incredible efforts have made it possible for all of us to finally begin

to truly understand the forces at work in our universe.

We will be using images from telescopes in space

as well as images captured by a wide variety of telescopes here on Earth.

Although I totally believe in plasma formations,there are

clearly times where there is much more than just electricity and plasma required

to explain what we see in space.

This is the case in Radio Galaxy Hercules A.

There is clearly actual matter being ejected along the

axis of this galaxy from the evidence we see here.

I have undertaken hundreds of plasma experiments and I am convinced

that external electricity cannot explain the formation we find here in Hercules A.

So let’s take a look at how matter can be ejected by these bowl shaped magnetic fields.

So now I am going to show you magnetic ejection utilizing the CERN bowl.

This one will shoot these magnets, ordinary magnets, about 25 to 30 feet

feet across a room if you have a large room, but we don’t have that big of

room that we are working in right now.

So I am just going to show you what I am going to do.

So I will just put it in through the hole in the bottom.

It is a little tricky as it really doesn’t want to go in there.

It is kind of against it, but then you get it to a balance point where

it doesn’t take any energy to keep it there.

But once you push it past that balance point.

Knowing that all matter has a magnetic component to it,

you can now see how these incredibly strong bowl shaped magnetic fields in space

could accelerate matter to nearly the speed of light

without requiring external electricity,

black holes, dark matter, or even dark energy.

Now let’s look at some more formations in space and the magnetic fields around them.

By now you can clearly see that the structures we find in space

are easilybe explained by these bowl shaped magnetic fields

without using black holes, dark matter, or dark energy.

It is important to note that these bowl shaped magnetic fields

will not always be nice simple symmetrical structures.

They can be warped, twisted, offset, or one field might even be larger than

the other as shown here.

But once you understand the basics of this new theory of matter formation

due to bowl shaped magnetic fields, you will be able to easily explain

most all of the structures we find in space.

So to review.

We have seen how these simple bowl shaped fields operate in the vacuum chamber

and the way that they shape the plasma.

We have seen how glowing rings are formed within the bowl shaped magnetic fields.

We have also witnessed how ejection jets are formed from these magnetic fields.

We have seen how the shape of the reaction changes

as we adjust the distance between the bowl shaped magnetic field emitters.

Then we have seen how a disc of plasma

will form around the equator of the magnetic fields.

We have also seen how these formations of plasma

rotate at high speeds even though the field emitters are stationary.

We have seen how these bowl shaped magnetic fields will cause

both magnetized and non-magnetized balls

to form orbital rings around the nucleus of the fields.

Then in the nucleus area we found that non-magnetized steel balls

form geometrically shaped arrays that match the patterns found at the molecular level.

We saw how non-magnetized steel balls formed amazing arrays

around these bowl shaped magnetic fields.

It was seen how a magnetic ball was held in line

with the equator of these bowl shaped fields.

We witnessed how orbital distance is control by the spacing

between these magnetic field emitters.

We saw how pouring 2 mm steel balls into one of these magnetic bowls

revealed the true forces at work in the Southern Crab Nebula.

It was shown how these bowl shaped magnetic fields will repel

non-magnetized steel balls away from the bottom of the bowl in line with the axis.

We saw how these magnetic bowls will also eject matter at high velocities.

Then finally we saw how these bowl shaped magnetic fields can explain

most all of the structures we find in space

without requiring black holes, dark matter, or dark energy.

In part 2 of this video series you will see more

on how these bowl shaped magnetic fields truly explain the structure of all matter,

from the sub-atomic to the galactic.

The Primer Fields

Is a totally new theory of the fundamental forces that hold

all matter together, form the

sub -atomic level to the galactic level.

The theories and concepts presented in this video series were conceived,

produced and presented by: David Allan Lapoint

Subtitles: Zoltán Rausch V2 2013.02.24 I love You Gabi
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Primer Fields
David LaPoint
February 17
I thank everyone for their support and encouragement, especially over the last 24 hours. You all have reminded me again of what I fight for. I was going to turn off all comments, but I find that FB does not allow this, and this has a lot of people very upset. Some are even leaving FB over this. Just as I have found, they do not want to be insulted on a daily basis, so many are just closing their FB accounts. So I either would have to take this page down entirely or leave it as it is. So for now I am going leave it as it is. If FB does not change this policy then I will be gone for good from FB soon. I have a website, but I have not done any work on it to replace all the information I have here. But in time that webpage will replace what I am now doing on FB. Although I really enjoy communicating with all the people that I have, it was just taking up too much of my time to try and answer every question asked of me. I have so much work to do and we are in the last phases of getting my technology into mass production. So I just do not have the time to answer all questions and if I only answer a few here and there I might offend someone. I certainly do not want that either. So my only option at this point is to leave this FB page up and I will keep posting new information and data as it becomes available. But I will not be answering any questions. Just please understand my silence is not because I do not want to answer, I just do not have enough time. I will let you know when my webpage is ready and it will have all I have here and more. I thank you all again for your support and encouragement, you have been amazing. Cheers and blessings to all, Dave.
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Jodi Waldman http://opptbook.com/
February 17 at 2:13pm · Like
Laura Sibley looking forward to the rest of your videos….absolutely fascinating! keep up the good work!
February 17 at 2:15pm · Like · 1
Jodi Waldman Hope to see you over at opptbook Dave. It’s still in its infancy, but it’s a great alternative to FB, a wonderful group of enlightened people, and you’d receive an enormous amount of support.
February 17 at 2:17pm · Like
Setyr Zen id just like to know where i can buy or learn how to create those bowls .. people want to help in this research, their own way.. give them the opportunity (i see you release your videos under cc licence, so you know what open source means, and crowd founding/research. thank you
February 17 at 2:33pm · Like
Matrixm Ringtones Hi Dave, what about FB is the problem? turing off comments not allowed?
February 17 at 2:36pm · Like
Ralph Caldwell It is really amazing the way people speak when they are not face to face. Many tend to put themselves in shell, when this happens I ask them to pretend they are sitting in front of me. Of course this usually does not work but it does make them think. It’s astounding that must would agree with the statement, “treat others like you want to be treated”. Oh Well? Keep it up Dave because there are still many of us that will treat you with total respect.
February 17 at 2:37pm · Like · 2
Ron Willison dAVE DID YOU GET MY MESSAGE LAST NIGHT? OOPS Soory bout the caps
February 17 at 3:37pm · Like
Sillie Whabbit What if we, the people who enjoy following you, created a group page? You wouldn’t have to keep up with anything other than posting new vids and what you want posted. If you want to comment, comment. If not, don’t.
February 17 at 3:43pm · Like
Ron Willison Rome was not built in a day. I’ll just sit back and wait for part four.
February 17 at 3:47pm · Like
Jennifer Jennings David, focus on you and yours. Focus on your work and do like you say, post new data and or information. There will always be naysayers and negative people, they are not worth your time, especially right now. Keep your determination and let go of the rest. It will all work out in the end. I look forward to watching and learning from the rest of your videos and thankful there is someone such as yourself looking to provide mankind a better future.
February 17 at 3:59pm · Like · 1
Stephen Wells If you truly believe your work will benefit all, then it will ultimately benefit the ignorant and the hurtful people too. The only people who seek to hurt others are those who are themselves hurting inside. Hold on to that thought. It is your own doubts and fears that let others comments cause you pain. Don’t run away from facebook. Here, is where humanity communicates at the moment. Here, is where you will reach everyone, not just the few who think as you do. Firm up your faith in your work, HERE. As your own faith in your work continues to grow, you will experience less pain when someone puts a mean comment. Eventually you will just feel pity and compassion. Make your stand here!
February 17 at 4:19pm via mobile · Like · 3
Straalurboy Johnny http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=137276939766168&set=a.137174159776446.27798.100004515874816&type=3&theater
February 17 at 4:22pm · Like
Lúðvík Karlsson Rock on!
February 17 at 5:27pm · Like
Roberta Holmes You should be able to turn off the the comments in your advanced settings. I don’t remember how I did it, but I did it at work the other day. I believe it is in your settings and something to do with allow others to post on your page. You can allow them to or choose not to allow it. It’ll take some looking but you should be able to find it. Account settings maybe…page settings
February 17 at 5:29pm via mobile · Like
Rod Altmann its just facebook enjoy
February 17 at 6:23pm · Like
Jo Alain David, I just joined FB due to the fact your work has fascinated me from the day I saw what you have discovered. It all made sense to me (I am no expert but it all clicked with me,-using the simple logic with which you could explain it all). I have tried to tell other people about you and got ignored by all…just amazing. I am glad to see that you are aware of the dangers and opportunity and might make this happen. I can understand turning off but like so many, am sad to see this. This all seems to go in the direction of the movie Atlas Shrugged part 2 (haven’t seen it yet, comes out next week on DVD/Rental). Best of luck and I am always here to support or help you where I can, here in California or Switzerland to keep this technology available for the world. A humble admirer.
February 17 at 9:32pm · Edited · Like
Brett Hedley David please dont let lesser people spoil what you are doing. primer fields has given me a huge advantage in my studies of plazma theory. We are making noble gas engines using the expansion of the said gases being excited by plazma to push a piston down. Your work is invaluable to me on so may levels. They try to stop us as well. I don’t don’t take it to hart.
February 17 at 9:36pm · Like
David J Cooper You are awesome mate. I barely know anything about science but your Primer videos are amazing and have inspired me a great deal to learn more. Thank you from Germany. I hope people start educating themselves and stop wasting your needed time and energy. Best of luck.
February 17 at 10:25pm · Like · 1
Anthony Morris you might like to use the Trello platform instead of facebook or ning
February 17 at 11:09pm · Like
Quentin Kundalini keep up the amazing work x
February 18 at 12:24am · Like
Sean Folsom Thank You for Your Great Work !!! Keep at it and don’t worry about Facebook at all !
February 18 at 1:00am · Like · 1
Nevett Steele III thanks for the hard work. i really enjoy your videos, they make the future a little bit more of a hopeful place.
February 18 at 5:44am · Like · 1
Jake. Mcorn Thanks David! I look forward to joining your web page. Your hard work is appreciated.
February 18 at 11:53am · Like
Jose Dado Make an FB Group?
February 18 at 11:58am · Like
Patricio Quegles You can ban users… much better than close this page. In the upper right of each commment you can report it as abusive/spam and then ban that user.
February 18 at 12:15pm · Like · 1
Tom Ford Just brainstorming some ideas: maybe on the site you are building, you could have a high level overview of your theoretical model and a list of physics problems you have applied it to, with links to the corresponding YouTube videos. Maybe you can also have a FAQ section, so every time someone asks you “what do you think of gravity?” Or “have your heard of the work of xyz?” We can just refer them to that FAQ page. Your lawyer could even approve your responses to keep your ideas safe. That way you can save time replying to repetition as you get more well known. FB isn’t a great 2 way communication medium for your purposes.
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Cam McNaughton http://www.greentechinfo.eu/ Interesting looking material. Zoltán Rausch , lots of Hungarian there in these links from Janos; you should really be at home exploring those materials in your native language. What do you think, Zoltan? Thx, Janos.
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Cam McNaughton Interesting title names for publications by Dr. Egely: “Forbidden Inventions, At the Razor´s Edge, and An Introduction to Field Engineering, Volumes 1, 2 & 3″
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Sean Quinn Stay strong my good man, don’t let them win. There many more supporters out here. Keep up the great work!
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Cam McNaughton Not such an anomaly, perhaps, after all. It will be interesting to see what plays out, Janos, over time.
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Zoltán Rausch Sorry Cam, now Im busy. Later…
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Jacqueline Corbett I ‘ban’ people all the time… as I choose to think only the ‘highest and best’ thoughts… and hang out with folks who do the same. And FB does make it really easy to do that! Just by a couple of ‘clicks’!
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Marlyn Collins My partner and I watched part 1 and are almost through part 2, extremely mind blowing … we forwarded to an electro-chemist friend who just called and said that this is the best science he has seen in over 5 years and this guy is brilliant, a scientist and an inventor. He has watched 2 parts. We will watch part 3 tonight and very much look forward to part 4. Thinking outside the box at it’s finest!!
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Here’s his F/B
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David LaPoint

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He’s up for challenge!
And you know what?

He’s ready too!
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http://plasmauniverse.info/mag_fields.html

The Atlas as it has been realized in the following pages illustrates again that galaxies cannot be characterized as just assemblages of stars, radiation, and gravitation. The following Atlas pictures emphasize the importance of dust in some; they particularly imply a much more important role for the gas in general and point to the existence of either new forces or forces which previously have been little considered. For example, the twisted, distorted shapes and curious linkages pictured here attest to the fact that there are viscocity-like forces present that in some cases are dominant. Probably these forces are due to magnetic effects. Vorontsov-Velyminov has stressed in the past the probable magnetic nature of these effects. Magnetic forces are very difficult to study, but may be very important in our Universe. The recent radio-astronomy discoveries of violent events in galaxies reveal sources of energetic charged particles. These charged particles interact with magnetic fields and offer the hope of mapping, measuring, and understanding cosmic magnetic fields. Exploration of the connection between the plasmas observed with the radio telescope and the optical evidences of plasma effects picture in the present Atlas in now open to us.

Halton Arp, Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 1966.
Helicity and Filamentation, the Signature of a Magnetic Field. The data shown is on the extragalactic, or cosmic, scale.

Magnetism is the fundamental force that determines the character, or motion or shape of ionized matter (plasma). The degree of ionization in interplanetary space and in other cosmic plasmas may vary over a wide range, from fully ionized to degrees of ionization of only a fraction of a percent.\footnote{The degree of ionization is defined as $n_p/ \left( {n_0+n_p} \right)$ where $n_p$ is the plasma density and $n_0$ is the density of neutral particles.} Even weakly ionized plasma reacts strongly to electromagnetic fields since the ratio of the electromagnetic force to the gravitational force is 39 orders of magnitude. For example, although the solar photospheric plasma has a degree of ionization as low as 10$^{-4}$, the major part of the condensable components is still largely ionized. The “neutral” hydrogen (HI) regions around galaxies are also plasmas, although the degree of ionization is only 10$^{-4}$. Most of our knowledge about electromagnetic waves in plasmas derives from laboratory plasma experiments where the gases used have a low degree of ionization, 10$^{-2}$-10$^{-6}$.

Because electromagnetic fields play such an important role in the electrodynamics of plasmas, and because the dynamics of plasmas are often the sources of electromagnetic fields, it is desirable to determine where within the universe a plasma approach is necessary. Of primary importance is the magnetic field. On earth, magnetic field strengths can be found from about 0.5 gauss ($0.5 \times 10^{-4}$ T) to $10^7$ gauss ($10^3$ T) in pulsed-power experiments; the outer planets have magnetic fields reaching many gauss, while the magnetic fields of stars are 30-40 kG (3-4 T). Large scale magnetic fields have also been discovered in distant cosmic objects. The center of the Galaxy has milligauss magnetic field strengths stretching 60 pc in length. Similar strengths are inferred from polarization measurements of radiation recorded for double radio galaxies. No rotating object in the universe, that is devoid of a magnetic field, is known.

In cosmic problems involving planetary, interplanetary, interstellar, galactic, and extragalactic phenomena, magnetohydrodynamics effects are appreciable. Neglecting lightning, planetary atmospheres and hydrospheres are the only domains in the universe where a nonhydromagnetic treatment of fluid dynamic problems is justified.
The Helix Nebula

Effects of a Magnetic Field

The most basic difference between ionized and nonionized matter is the ability to carry electric current. This ability is also the reason why virtually all the matter in the universe is—and presumably has always been—magnetized. The presence of the magnetic field has important dynamical consequences since the magnetic force can locally be much greater than the gravitational force.

The ability of carrying current, which is the basis for the magnetization, is a property that is still not well known in the case of cosmical plasma. It can be different by many powers of ten from what classical theories predict.

In laboratory and space plasma electric currents tend to cause filamentation. Filamentary structures are also abundant in the cosmical plasma and make homogeneous models of astrophysical plasma very dubious. Correspondingly, homogeneous models are likely to be misleading when applied to large-scale astrophysical processes.

One of the notable characteristics of space plasma, revealed by satellites and space probes, is its tendency to form sharp boundaries between plasmas with different properties. This tendency towards “cellular structure” can have profound astrophysical implications such as generating electric fields in space and providing sources of energy for driving electric currents over very large distances.

A phenomenon called critical ionization velocity, first proposed in Alfven’s cosmogonic theory, has been observed in both laboratory and space plasmas. It implies, among other things, an exchange of momentum between plasma and neutral gases in the presence of magnetic fields. One of the surprising discoveries in the near-Earth plasma is the existence of previously unknown mechanisms that allow very efficient separation of different chemical species. Even more surprisingly, is the recent discovery through radiotelescope observations that interstellar space displays the same phenomena.
The Magnetized Plasma

Plasma, which is rare in our close environment, is the dominating state in the universe as a whole. The Sun and stars as well as the diffuse matter between them and between the galaxies are all in this state, despite their great difference in density and temperature. The only exceptions are the cold celestial bodies such as the Earth and other planets, the satellites, asteroids, comets, meteoroids, and dust grains, all of which account for an extremely small fraction of the know matter in the universe. Furthermore, all the cosmical plasma is magnetized. From the nearest cosmical plasma—the Earth’s ionosphere—out to the most distant intergalactic regions all cosmical plasma are penetrated by magnetic fields that influence their physical properties in various, often dramatic, ways.

In diffuse matter, which forms a major part of the universe, the motion of each individual particle is strongly controlled by the magnetic field. For example, a hydrogen ion in the solar wind with a thermal velocity of 20 kilometers per second in the interplanetary magnetic field of 5 nanotesla experiences a magnetic force of that is about 10^7 times stronger than the gravitational force from the Sun. Even in the other extreme, for example, in stellar interiors, where gravitational forces dominate, the magnetic field makes possible wave modes (such as Alfvén waves) that are not possible in nonionized media.

Except in very limited circumstances, all cosmical plasmas carry electric currents that constitute the sources of the magnetic field.

Contours of ‘neutral’ hydrogen regions superposed on an optical image of the galaxy NGC 4151. The Contours show two hydrogenic plasma density ‘peaks’ (left and right) situated about a void at the center of the galaxy.

Magnetic field derived from galaxy simulation overlaid on the galaxy NGC 4151. The blue ‘ribbons’ are components of a vertical magnetic field while the green arrows depict both the axisymmetric and bisymmetric magnetic fields observed in galaxies of this morphological type.

Left: Simulation magnetic energy density superimposed on simulation galaxy. A ‘horse-shoe’ shaped cusp, opening towards a spiral arm surrounds a magnetic field field/HI minima core.

Right: HI distribution superimposed on an optical photograph of the galaxy NGC 4151.

Intergalactic Magnetic Fields

One of the most compelling pieces of evidence for the existence of supercluster-sized Birkeland currents came from the discovery of faint supercluster-scale radio emission at 326 MHz between the Coma cluster of galaxies and the Abell 1367 cluster. The radiation’s synchrotron origin implies magnetic field strengths of 0.3-0.6 microgauss stretching for 1.5 megaparsecs. This corresponds to a classical galactic Birkeland current of nearly 10^19 amperes.
Conclusions

The photographs in the Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies are completely familiar to high energy density plasma experimentalists For example, the physicist Winston Bostick could sequence the photographs in the Atlas according to type and time evolution, based on his observation of millimeter sized colliding plasmas in pulsed power generators. The shapes are, indeed, dependent on the magnetic field as can be demonstrated in three-dimensional electromagnetic-gravitation particle-in-cell simulations.
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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:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.327866870655680.71063.327616574014043&type=1&comment_id=1739181&notif_t=photo_album_reply
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:

http://spacefellowship.com/news/art23759/nasa-s-fermi-telescope-finds-giant-structure-in-our-galaxy.html
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, http://www.overunity.com/13238/the-primer-fields-breakthrough-in-our-understanding-of-magnetism/msg352918/#msg352918 ). 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.
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A letter from David

Primer Fields
February 17
I thank everyone for their support and encouragement, especially over the last 24 hours. You all have reminded me again of what I fight for. I was going to turn off all comments, but I find that FB does not allow this, and this has a lot of people very upset. Some are even leaving FB over this. Just as I have found, they do not want to be insulted on a daily basis, so many are just closing their FB accounts. So I either would have to take this page down entirely or leave it as it is. So for now I am going leave it as it is. If FB does not change this policy then I will be gone for good from FB soon. I have a website, but I have not done any work on it to replace all the information I have here. But in time that webpage will replace what I am now doing on FB. Although I really enjoy communicating with all the people that I have, it was just taking up too much of my time to try and answer every question asked of me. I have so much work to do and we are in the last phases of getting my technology into mass production. So I just do not have the time to answer all questions and if I only answer a few here and there I might offend someone. I certainly do not want that either. So my only option at this point is to leave this FB page up and I will keep posting new information and data as it becomes available. But I will not be answering any questions. Just please understand my silence is not because I do not want to answer, I just do not have enough time. I will let you know when my webpage is ready and it will have all I have here and more. I thank you all again for your support and encouragement, you have been amazing. Cheers and blessings to all, Dave.
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February 17 at 2:13pm · Like
Laura Sibley looking forward to the rest of your videos….absolutely fascinating! keep up the good work!
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Jodi Waldman Hope to see you over at opptbook Dave. It’s still in its infancy, but it’s a great alternative to FB, a wonderful group of enlightened people, and you’d receive an enormous amount of support.
February 17 at 2:17pm · Like
Setyr Zen id just like to know where i can buy or learn how to create those bowls .. people want to help in this research, their own way.. give them the opportunity (i see you release your videos under cc licence, so you know what open source means, and crowd founding/research. thank you
February 17 at 2:33pm · Like
Matrixm Ringtones Hi Dave, what about FB is the problem? turing off comments not allowed?
February 17 at 2:36pm · Like
Ralph Caldwell It is really amazing the way people speak when they are not face to face. Many tend to put themselves in shell, when this happens I ask them to pretend they are sitting in front of me. Of course this usually does not work but it does make them think. It’s astounding that must would agree with the statement, “treat others like you want to be treated”. Oh Well? Keep it up Dave because there are still many of us that will treat you with total respect.
February 17 at 2:37pm · Like · 2
Ron Willison dAVE DID YOU GET MY MESSAGE LAST NIGHT? OOPS Soory bout the caps
February 17 at 3:37pm · Like
Sillie Whabbit What if we, the people who enjoy following you, created a group page? You wouldn’t have to keep up with anything other than posting new vids and what you want posted. If you want to comment, comment. If not, don’t.
February 17 at 3:43pm · Like
Ron Willison Rome was not built in a day. I’ll just sit back and wait for part four.
February 17 at 3:47pm · Like
Jennifer Jennings David, focus on you and yours. Focus on your work and do like you say, post new data and or information. There will always be naysayers and negative people, they are not worth your time, especially right now. Keep your determination and let go of the rest. It will all work out in the end. I look forward to watching and learning from the rest of your videos and thankful there is someone such as yourself looking to provide mankind a better future.
February 17 at 3:59pm · Like · 1
Stephen Wells If you truly believe your work will benefit all, then it will ultimately benefit the ignorant and the hurtful people too. The only people who seek to hurt others are those who are themselves hurting inside. Hold on to that thought. It is your own doubts and fears that let others comments cause you pain. Don’t run away from facebook. Here, is where humanity communicates at the moment. Here, is where you will reach everyone, not just the few who think as you do. Firm up your faith in your work, HERE. As your own faith in your work continues to grow, you will experience less pain when someone puts a mean comment. Eventually you will just feel pity and compassion. Make your stand here!
February 17 at 4:19pm via mobile · Like · 3
Straalurboy Johnny http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=137276939766168&set=a.137174159776446.27798.100004515874816&type=3&theater
February 17 at 4:22pm · Like
Lúðvík Karlsson Rock on!
February 17 at 5:27pm · Like
Roberta Holmes You should be able to turn off the the comments in your advanced settings. I don’t remember how I did it, but I did it at work the other day. I believe it is in your settings and something to do with allow others to post on your page. You can allow them to or choose not to allow it. It’ll take some looking but you should be able to find it. Account settings maybe…page settings
February 17 at 5:29pm via mobile · Like
Rod Altmann its just facebook enjoy
February 17 at 6:23pm · Like
Jo Alain David, I just joined FB due to the fact your work has fascinated me from the day I saw what you have discovered. It all made sense to me (I am no expert but it all clicked with me,-using the simple logic with which you could explain it all). I have tried to tell other people about you and got ignored by all…just amazing. I am glad to see that you are aware of the dangers and opportunity and might make this happen. I can understand turning off but like so many, am sad to see this. This all seems to go in the direction of the movie Atlas Shrugged part 2 (haven’t seen it yet, comes out next week on DVD/Rental). Best of luck and I am always here to support or help you where I can, here in California or Switzerland to keep this technology available for the world. A humble admirer.
February 17 at 9:32pm · Edited · Like
Brett Hedley David please dont let lesser people spoil what you are doing. primer fields has given me a huge advantage in my studies of plazma theory. We are making noble gas engines using the expansion of the said gases being excited by plazma to push a piston down. Your work is invaluable to me on so may levels. They try to stop us as well. I don’t don’t take it to hart.
February 17 at 9:36pm · Like
David J Cooper You are awesome mate. I barely know anything about science but your Primer videos are amazing and have inspired me a great deal to learn more. Thank you from Germany. I hope people start educating themselves and stop wasting your needed time and energy. Best of luck.
February 17 at 10:25pm · Like · 1
Anthony Morris you might like to use the Trello platform instead of facebook or ning
February 17 at 11:09pm · Like
Quentin Kundalini keep up the amazing work x
February 18 at 12:24am · Like
Sean Folsom Thank You for Your Great Work !!! Keep at it and don’t worry about Facebook at all !
February 18 at 1:00am · Like · 1
Nevett Steele III thanks for the hard work. i really enjoy your videos, they make the future a little bit more of a hopeful place.
February 18 at 5:44am · Like · 1
Jake. Mcorn Thanks David! I look forward to joining your web page. Your hard work is appreciated.
February 18 at 11:53am · Like
Jose Dado Make an FB Group?
February 18 at 11:58am · Like
Patricio Quegles You can ban users… much better than close this page. In the upper right of each commment you can report it as abusive/spam and then ban that user.
February 18 at 12:15pm · Like · 1
Tom Ford Just brainstorming some ideas: maybe on the site you are building, you could have a high level overview of your theoretical model and a list of physics problems you have applied it to, with links to the corresponding YouTube videos. Maybe you can also have a FAQ section, so every time someone asks you “what do you think of gravity?” Or “have your heard of the work of xyz?” We can just refer them to that FAQ page. Your lawyer could even approve your responses to keep your ideas safe. That way you can save time replying to repetition as you get more well known. FB isn’t a great 2 way communication medium for your purposes.
February 18 at 6:52pm via mobile · Like · 3
Cam McNaughton http://www.greentechinfo.eu/ Interesting looking material. Zoltán Rausch , lots of Hungarian there in these links from Janos; you should really be at home exploring those materials in your native language. What do you think, Zoltan? Thx, Janos.
February 21 at 9:39am · Edited · Like
Cam McNaughton Interesting title names for publications by Dr. Egely: “Forbidden Inventions, At the Razor´s Edge, and An Introduction to Field Engineering, Volumes 1, 2 & 3″
February 20 at 1:33pm · Like
Sean Quinn Stay strong my good man, don’t let them win. There many more supporters out here. Keep up the great work!
February 20 at 7:09pm via mobile · Like
Cam McNaughton Not such an anomaly, perhaps, after all. It will be interesting to see what plays out, Janos, over time.
February 21 at 11:06am · Edited · Like
Zoltán Rausch Sorry Cam, now Im busy. Later…
February 21 at 10:02am via mobile · Like · 1
Jacqueline Corbett I ‘ban’ people all the time… as I choose to think only the ‘highest and best’ thoughts… and hang out with folks who do the same. And FB does make it really easy to do that! Just by a couple of ‘clicks’!
February 21 at 11:16am · Like
Marlyn Collins My partner and I watched part 1 and are almost through part 2, extremely mind blowing … we forwarded to an electro-chemist friend who just called and said that this is the best science he has seen in over 5 years and this guy is brilliant, a scientist and an inventor. He has watched 2 parts. We will watch part 3 tonight and very much look forward to part 4. Thinking outside the box at it’s finest!!
February 25 at 7:14pm · Like · 1

For those who are wanting to interpret the Primer Field series into other languages I have uploaded the script I read the voice overs from here. There may be some slight variances from what was actually recorded as I may have changed a few words here or there as I actually recorded them. Sincere thanks to all of you who are doing these interpretations. http://www.scribd.com/PrimerFields

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The World Just Changed



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World First: Implanting a Working Bionic Eye In a Blind Patient

By Colin Lecher

http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-08/world-first-scientists-surgically-implant-bionic-eye-blind-patient

We’ve been waiting on the prospect of a bionic eye for a while now; being able to surgically give sight to the sightless would be a medical breakthrough, and we’re right on the cusp. Exhibit A: In a world first, scientists have successfully implanted a prototype bionic eye that has helped a woman see shapes.

Researchers from the government-funded consortium Bionic Vision Australia made the announcement in a statement yesterday; in it the implantee said she “didn’t know what to expect, but all of a sudden, I could see a little flash–it was amazing.” The team is hoping they can start to “build” shapes based on what she sees, eventually creating a bionic eye that works like its organic counterpart.

The prototype device is set up in a lab. Electrodes in the implant stimulate nerve cells, and in the controlled environment scientists can get feedback from the user on the “flashes of light.” That could help them adjust until the “flashes of light” reflect the actual environment enough to be helpful. It’s not full vision, but it’s an early step toward it.

The next stage, the scientists say, is incorporating an external camera into a device, and creating versions with more electrodes. With 98, a person could be able to see large objects; with 1,024, they could recognize faces and large print.

 

Published in: on September 2, 2012 at 10:01 am  Leave a Comment  

Did social media matter in the Arab Spring?

http://www.technologyreview.com/fromtheeditor/425124/what-actually-happened/
Credit: Mark Ostow

What Actually Happened

Did social media matter in the Arab Spring?

We sent a reporter to ask the revolutionaries.

JASON PONTIN

September/October 2011

What was the significance of social technologies such as Facebook and Twitter to the revolutions that overthrew the presidents of Tunisia and Egypt in January and February, and whose example continues to inspire protests in Libya, Syria, and Yemen?

The subject is disputed ground. In “Streetbook” John Pollock writes, “The Arab Spring has sharpened an acrimonious debate in the United States and Europe about the uses and importance of technology in regime change.”

Writing in the New Yorker three months before Tunisia’s President Ben Ali was ousted, Malcolm Gladwell insisted, “The revolution will not be tweeted.” The platforms of social media are “built around weak ties” between virtual friends, he argued. Real revolutionaries, like the black civil-rights protesters who sat at a whites-only Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, have “strong ties” to each other and are highly organized. Shortly before Egypt’s president, Hosni Mubarak, fell from power, Gladwell returned to his theme, sneering, “Surely the least interesting thing [about the protests in Egypt] is that some of the protesters may (or may not) have at one point or another employed some of the tools of the new media to communicate with one another. Please. People protested and brought down governments before Facebook was invented.”

Who were these credulous promoters of social media? One strange feature of the dispute is that skeptics felt the need to demonstrate their realism in the absence of many serious claims that either Tunisia or Egypt had experienced a “Twitter revolution.” (Civil unrest in Moldova in 2009 was described as such at the time, because the protesters may have organized using the messaging service.) There were overheated claims about the role of Twitter, including some by ABC News. But if skeptics were responding to anyone, the writer they had in the back of their minds was the New York University professor of journalism Clay Shirky, whose book Here Comes Everybody Gladwell called “the bible of the social-media movement.” There Shirky writes, “When we change the way we communicate, we change society.”

The problem with the debate, conducted at this level of abstraction, was that it was “dumb,” as another NYU professor of journalism, Jay Rosen, has bracingly observed. The dispute missed almost everything that was really interesting about the uses of social technology during the uprisings. To the editors at Technology Review, the more fruitful question was:how did Tunisians and Egyptians use social media during the uprisings?

We decided to answer that question by reporting what actually happened, and we sent Pollock, a writer who specializes in Africa, to interview the principals behind the region’s youth movements.

What Pollock discovered was stranger and more inspiring than anything the debate between Western academics and journalists had suggested. In North Africa, social media seem to have made two things possible. First, they made publicly knowable experiences of tyranny common to many Egyptians and Tunisians but hitherto unacknowledged. Second, they helped revolutionaries organize continuous protests (in countries where the police had efficiently beaten, imprisoned, tortured, and murdered dissidents) by creating networks the regimes found difficult to suppress.

Pollock movingly describes how people used social media to circulate evidence of the regimes’ atrocities. But his real scoop is the account by two secretive Tunisians, “Foetus” and “Waterman” of Takriz, an organization that rarely coöperates with journalists, of the tactics they employed to excite alienated street youth. Here, social media were overwhelmingly important. Foetus says, “Facebook is pretty much the GPS for this revolution. Without the street there’s no revolution, but add Facebook to the street and you get real potential.” The image the reader takes away is of very modern revolutionaries: seated in darkened rooms, hacking the streets from their laptops, before putting down their computers to join the riots.

Pollock’s research did confirm one bias of Gladwell and his fellow skeptics: in the end, history happened on the streets. He quotes Nizar Bennamate, the 25-year-old cofounder of Morocco’s February 20 movement, who is unhappy with the corrupt Makhzen, the elite of King Mohammed V’s court: Bennamate says the streets are where the real action is, and where the real change occurs. “On Facebook and Twitter and social media we just speak [about] what happens,” he says.

The virtual-reality scientist Samir Garbaya, of the Paris Institute of Technology, tested the interconnection of social media and the events on the street by writing a script using semantic search techniques that measured how long it took for Facebook posts to provoke responses (on the day Tunisia’s president left office, just three minutes). He uses the portmanteau that lent Pollock his title. “Streetbook,” Garbaya says, is “the transfer of the interaction from social networks to manifestation in the real world, on the street.” Tell me what you think at jason.pontin@technologyreview.com.

 

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