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[The following is also quoted verbatim from the Clark material I received.--H.L.] PROTOTYPE CONSIDERATIONS

We already know that gravity is a frequency of about a trillion cycles per second- 1000 GHz, or 1,000,000,000,000 Hz. That's

on the order of lOr%. Hz. This frequency is in the upper radar(microwave) to lower inand capacitor rushing frared areas.

:LO I z. Hz. (see Carr & PART OF THE ELECTROMAGNET! C S PECTRillJ

RICHARD L. CLARK/GRAVITY /ET AL

[The following material is being reprinted verbatim as received. Above the heads many of us, but some of you may find it fascinating. ---H. L.]

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10'1. Hz. FREQUENCY PHENOMENA: ZERO POINT RA"DIATION, GRAVITY, AND SPARK DISCHARGE DATA )oyer: Hard vacuum data in August,1985 "SCi; entific American". Frequency data around 10 Hz , "Magi c Window" between mi. crowave and heatwave frequencies.

:,park discharge frequency: "Matter, Energy, and Radiation", 1941-

Clark: Gravity wave propulsion data. :~berger: Water suctlon vacuum systems that would generate 10' Hz in Project V-7 data, etc. (flow directionalized)

Searl: Flywheels rotating at ionization ·speeds (spark d i scharge) generate 10'2- Hz. Brown: High voltage capacitors would gener~lte 101'!. Hz. (spark di scharge)

:'ajak: Spark chamber drive systems would Isenerate lOll- Hz. ~resla: Spark discharge systems would generate Hathews data.)

~;ravi ty bomb: High energy spark di scharge in Earth's subsurface--rupturing outward 1800

J. .. ati tude from generator at wave point collisions. Tremendous light flash on Earth surface rupture, followed by vacuuming implosion-explosion shock front waves. Energy rupture assumes torus shape and t hen explodes upward as a mushroom shape. (suJPPoseCl "A"

and "H" bombs)

Ceneral data:

1) Tesla's Colorado Springs Unit Ball stuck 100 to 500 feet in the ground, below sea level. First used as a weapon in 1908 at

Russian wasteland, then in 1945 on Japan to

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set up "Cold War" fears.

2) "Philadelphia Experiment" was multiunit directional beams version of this 10' Hz frequency technology. Caused invisibility and location jump of the Eldridge. This was not a degaussing magnetic phenomena.

~Two spark discharge beams aimed to a common focal point and pulse delay fired, creates instant heat combustion in human targets. Generated "spontaneous combustion"

. or the "hot job".

4) Saucer landing site soil and plant micro wave and infrared burns are side band radiations of the spark discharge drive radiating through the unshielded bottom of the saucer.

5) Saucer-radiated intense magnetic fields are a natural side effect of spark dischargE propulsion "super-coils" magnetic effects. 6) Early bell-shaped saucer "wobblies" are synchronization instabilities in the spark discharge propulsion units.

7) Saucer crew silvery or metallic jumpsuits are safety clothing against side band

microwave and heatwave leaks in the spark discharge propulsion system.

8) Electrical/electronic equipment failures (automobile ignitions, etc.) near saucers is due to atomic level disruptions to electron flow in conductors caused by the spark

discharge propulsion units radiations.

Permission is given to anyone to copy or publish all or any part of the above data.-----Richard LeFors Clark, Ph.D. _________________________ July 27, 1985

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~LA TECSNOlCCY, fM TEStA ilAS KII,IZD--THE FntAL SECRET

The h.1t-and.-ru:a ta,xj.eab accident which led. to N1Jcola Tesla's death & fev 'oleeb later wa.:s not an. a.cclde.n1:. Tem' s fina.l :5e~t had to be kept troll the world. at a.ll co:st~. He had. to be :per.:tanently sUenced. lest t.~e knoliledge o~ hi:s ma..:star,r ot tu;and. :spaC15 location Ceca.m.!1 publicly !mown. Th1s taclmalog:r, the theol:'7 a:ui devic~e o~ t.1.me a.IX1 spaee location control, 1s DOW' ca.Ued. fly1.:lg :sa,uCer-J.

Bdon the turn of t.h1:s centm:,. t Tesla kneW' ot the ear-..b.· s g:::id.:s and n.a.tu:ral ~uency :system:s--ca..th11!1 Crld.:s and. the Ley Lines. He could. t.:ra.n:sm1 t power via. hi:s Sca.lar Electro~a.tic PoUiIltUl ~aV'e Sy:ste.m:s to di:stanC'8 pointa !a.:rt.er than light velocity. Thom.a.s Bea...-iaZl~ cov~ Teala theclrie:s and devices, the Tes.l.a. Shiald a.cd. F~t ~, e.xttamely lIell in his articlee aIld. l::oob. It is ea:sy to extend aDd expand the~se theoriee and deviC15 de~!l.3 to include ma.ta_"""ia,l object:s ami bnman,,-OyinIJ sanceza aM. d1men~jon tran3ver3ing.

Te~ made an automobile d.i~ppear and. rsa~ar in the early 1940e ou~ide o~ NelF !o:d: C1 ty. The U.S. Navy later ran t.he t3.ltIOUS e:.cperl.ment ld th tbe di.sa.ppea.r1n.; and reappea...-1.ng destroyer that i3 W'ell coTer~ by BerUtz. Dr. Jes:mp lias mu::rdereci for tracking dow the coIlllect1on bet'W'een these Navy test.:! and the la.tar U.F.O. sy~..am:s.

The ~, in :sec:::-et :research du:::-4....n.g liorld. liar II, developed. c:::ud.e 1on-<L-ive 1.mplo:s1on e~.-lle ~C15r.!I. These 1I~ captured by the Brtt:1.sh and. Canadian3. Because the Uni tad. States did not ~""1! their atomic bomb sec:re~ ldth the Btit:1.sh cu:.d Canad1-. ans , they in tur.:l did not ~ their captured. S3.1lCftr !Sec:reUs ld th tl::a U.s. Soon the U.s. fotmi out ab:lut the :!aU~ teclmology and. J.fe had our. ow. uni t:s t'lyi,::lg. But. ths American :sallcar!S had the added Te~la teclm.o.lagy-they could. "pop" in and out of the$! d11!1smsioll3. As this technology lea.ked. a.ndspr1!.ati, ill?£ the major POWeJ:'3 acq!lL~ the improved ~C8l: :systems. It i:s these advanced unib t.ha.t a.rs ~ of Altaz-....a.t:1.ve Three aDd. sighted. all oVeJ::' the earth doing Grid repaii:s a.c.d. r9bIl11d1ng.

Nil:ola. Te:sla 13 the S)9ni1l!S behind. dimensional t~e.cing syst.e:n:s. Hi:s quest for knowl~e a.c.d. tmderst.cr.zxi1ng led. to hi!! <ieath at the b.a.zld:s o£ the Power Ell te. We can only leam o:! h.13 genj.ua :from t.he sc:t'ap:S o£ in£oJ::lat1on ava.1l.a.bll'\ to ua , The p:rodu~..s -of the moa-t. hwna.z:le geniU3 ever to have 11 ved a.rs complet.aly under the Ccnt...-ol

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TIS LA TECHNO u:G Y I THE FARAD AI -TIS LA -CLARK RIG H Ct1RRE!IT D. C. Gc:?f2H.ATOR

Great-care should. be cbserved in bala.nclng and hacd.l1ng ot th1!S flywheel device a.t high speeds. The ga.i.rus in 1a.rger design modele a.rtt in the disc (flyifheel) radiu~ by the squares, and only linear for Gaus:s and 1:1otational velocity. Therefore, new desi.grut need l.a.rge radius dis~ a.:s the primary opt10nirlng model parameter.. The un! Us can be llnked in series to raise the output 'voltage level.. Be very carei'ul on a.ll wiring· termna.tioIlS to nnim1z8 na1stanC15.

Copies of this paper and the proper submission forms have been sent to the Energy-Related InTentions 1O:ff1C8 of the N'atic:maJ. Bureau o-r Stand.ard.e ard other Federal Government officials. Copies.are also 'being sent to all of the nGlmletter.s o-r the :hee4!neIg7 and clean-energy lD07ement for consideration for ths1r publicatioIl3. I am going to develop and :lIIS.rket these clean, fuel-fr~ generator systems for Am.erlcan coneuaexs at the mst :reasonable prices pe s31 bla •

Other appUca.tiorus of this C1.ark Modifll!!d Farada;r Generator system wuld. be to propel electric autooobile:5 without the he8.VY and costly batteries. Small a.1rc...""'3.ft and 'coats can also be bull:t; or mod.1:f'ied to use this new power system. Also, W5ing the know Townsend. Effect, 8. lift tn>e of w:-fiame, like a. "f'ly1n.g saucer" can be built baaed. on this nell generator ~ a pol.ar:lLzed. capacitor and flywheel inertia :systell.

In following papexs I will exa::dne the ~Lmpllcationzs· of this device for the concepts of 1.n.erlia, mass, a.cr:i phys1c:s.

Weaknesses. in the a r u m ea ts of ~ so.caHed scientific investigators of

the paranormal. especially of the . Committee for t h e Sci e n ti fic Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal. are devastatingly dealt with in h is book. The :'it"

Inquisition. by Robert AnLOn

Wilson. publisbed by Falcon Press. Phoenix. AZ. Wilson bas done a lot of homework to document his

claims tb at many who con srd e r

themselves sci e nt ist s can be as

dogmatic as fundamentalist

preacbers ..... bo are just one. of rae • !1c.I. ~1/1/

their many targets. He cues cases r .

wben CSICOr. or some of its mostl_ '>

articulate members. have attacked (Fr "''''''''''''''''ERG'' .)

Dr. Wilbelm Reich who" boo k s an ....... ~.""-- ._"

were bu r ae d in October 195i by .

agents o t the U.S. gO\'ernrneot because they of.fi:ndl!d ~O~e 01 the scientific establishment t Reich was l at er i m p r i so n e d ,;ln~

J d· h n a xr: \!JCOle!

his r ese ar c n e qu i p m e nt .. est rove wit ~ "_ • .: . " t e s

Gauqudin. Frer.-:h sr ausuc.an. whose :)ampitng at bH[.n\,,;.l~ , of outstanding a t h le t e s sc e rn e d to confir m SCU:1oe 3~trO!O~!Cll concepts about the '\1." e t f e ct;" and the Columbus. OblO poltergelStcase whIch. James Randi c ai le d J "ho a x" : ... ·it~o~t e v e r iD.y~sltgatlng. Wi lso n also cites numerous UOeX?ll,IOJO e events from e a r li e r times which did not eee Iorm to c a o w n laws of cc ie c ce.

ENDOTHERMIC VS EXOTHERMIC EXAMPLES OF EXOTHERMIC TECHNOLOGY

fntemal combustion engines explode fuel and use the outward pressure and heat to push and force action against its opposing pressure. There is no allowance made for pull. which would be the other half. which would remove me resistance. 'This causes the heat. friction and resistance to pass along into each avenue of the machine. the metals are stressed. the channels are stressed and eroded and the seals are blown out. The fuel is even forced into the machine. The friction wear and break down of these machines is evidence of their destructive action • They destroy themselves! The extremely low efficiency of these devices is evidence of the resistance operating within which nullifies the power produced.

A perfect example of man's Technology taking sides with the destructive half of a process is with water devices. Both the conventional pumps and our methods and devices of moving water are detrimental. first, to the quality of the water (which few even consider. but we will discuss later) and most of all. to the very desire of man to transport water. to move it in a single direction.

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TIlE CONtROL ELECIRa-lAGNETIC fIElD

The logical and physical neceSSity of ttk existence of the Control Elect:romagnetic Field can be demonstrated try the extension of the three known and utilized electromagnetic fields. The logical patternment of the three kno\.m/used electromagnetic fields exactlv fol.Ioes the motional physic:s (Measure Formul.a l pattern. There is a Positional EM HeW(statics), there is a Velocity EM field, and there is an Acceleration E:1 field to foLlc;r..; exact l y the Newtonian pattern. See the attached sheets for background/ revi.ew data on the tFU:eecurrencly used EM fields and their motional physics bases. Note that thei r patterns of existence are Position, Velocity, and Acceleration ~ the original ~ewtonian pattern.

The existence of a fourth EM field for a patterned or cyclical heterodynamic Control EM field is bath a logical and physfcal, necessity following the natural pattern of these three known ill fields. ThE! Control Electromagnetic Fi.el.d is totally predictable when. deliberately generated. The constraints of the design elements make a gener acec COntrol Electromagnetic F'i.el.d bath predictable and highly usable by man. Basically, these Control ElectromagnetiC Fields are generated by superimposing or heterodyning of a Velocity

EM motion and an Accel.eracfon EM motion together instantaneously in a common element. The el.ect romagner i.c Control Fi.el.d is of primary interest here but the hydraulic and thermal fla~ systems also wculd have Control F'ield effects.

An easy Control Electromagnetic Held generator to construct is a common rotor ""ound generator (magnetic velocity device) and a transformer (flUX-linkage or acceleration device). The output of this simulta~generator-transformer unit is a Cont rnl Electromag~etic F'ield. It is alse) theoretically possible to generate Control 'Electromagnetic Ei.el.ds without physical el.ement; motion. Generically, all that is ever needed for generation of this control field is the instantaneous combining (heterodyning) of a velocity and an acceleration field.

Let us briefly overview the usable effects of the Control El.ect romagnet ic Field. The most common, stable, natural form of the Control Electromagnetic Field is c..'1e binding ener-r. in the nuclei of all atomic!"elements, called the Strong Nuclear Force. Thus, ~hen we deliS~ erace Iy generate Control Electromagnetic ELel.ds we disturb the natural atomic element energy binding structures. The amount of destruction to the atomic elements' struct:ure is denendent: on the power level in the imposed (outside) Concrol Electromagnetic t:'ieLd. At very low Control EM Field power levels only outer orbital el.ect rons are corn or pushed away, greatly adding to the conduction How of the generator; this is the basis of the Over Unity El.ectri.cal Generators. At a sLightly higher ControL EM Field power level the nuclei centering shifts co offset/overcome gravityls BV field effects; this is the gravity control or antigravity utility. At higher power levels of the Control Electromagnetic field che entire atomic structure of the element is destroyed; chis is the atomic transmutat:'onal system of fusion and fission. A "slow" release is transmutation or reactor system and a "fast" release is a bamb. If the Control EM Field generator device is taken· as a transmitter, remote mass objects subjected to t:his field as receivers will display usable effects. The remote object effect, as Control EM neld receivers, is to have additior.aT'binding energy in their atomic structures. This additional binding energy in remoce OD jeccs will ~ all el.ect r tcal. conduction in the object or device, even at low receiver power levels. At even modest receiver power levels the remote object or device will not radiate or re -r adi ate phoc:ons, thus making the remote object optically and radar invisible. Also, by proper tuning, et c . , a very secure means of comrnunications can be devised.

An excellent fuelless prime mover for land, sea, or air transoort can De easilv designed by ratioing the motor to generator structuring of the syscen , The '..:eight to horsepower ratios of these systems would be extremely favorable.

A minor, immediate utility for a small Control EM f'ield generator is as a fuel saver on ~ hydrocarbon burning systems. A hydrocarbon flow tnside the generator cevice ~ould break/Loosen the hydrocarbon chemi.ca l covalent bonding fer mucn higher burrn ng efficiency.

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WHAT DOES A VORTEX DO?

A vortex represents the path. the pattern of the two forces working in N ature. A Vortex accumulates. controls and disperses energy and mass!

All form is generated and all energy potential raised by a preponderance of the inward concentrative, contractive pressures of the centripetal force. All fonn is radiated beck into the One source by a preponderance of the decentrative, expansive pressures of the centrifugal force,

Mass is an accumulation of energy into higher potential and contracted motion. The accumulation occurs along centripetal lines of the closing spirals of a vortex.

Matter is literally twisted .together JUSt as strands of a rope are twisted together to form strength and solidity.

Mass dissolves centrifugally along lines of opening. horizontally flattening spirals, All growth is simultaneously integrating and disintegrating. In the beginning of all growth. integration. centripetal action and vertical slenderness is preponderant: then in its turn. disintegration dominates. Disintegration begins with integration and continues until it. in turn, becomes the conquering force.

The centripetal force is that which controls evolution. while the other. c entrifu g al is that which compels dissolution.

In short. the vortex is the unseen field action which controls creation-decreation,

The contest between the two forces develops pressure walls. boundary lines which separate different pressures. different densities. and potentials. and holds them in concentrated form. Thus. all mediums appear in laminar layers.

If you imagine a spiral drawn on the surface of a cone which you can look into. you can see the lines of force which are f'orming the hydrogen atom. Shorten the cone gradually. until these lines are as flat as J. watch spring and you then have a picrure of the carbon atom's invisible spiral.

The two unseen forces squeeze. shape, roll and rotate energy to give 'it form Just as a potter molds his spinning clay by pressing "nth either horizontal or vertical pressure to elongate or flatten his work. The Vortex pattern of motion would be like the unseen potters hands acting upon mass.

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THE NEED TO RE1URN TO NEWTONIAN PHYSICS

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][n order to rev1.se Physicsi to what it shlJUld and must be, the basic concepts of

,Newtonian Physics IIlUSt be undj~rstood and comglete. Only wit.'1. a full and complete comprehensfon of the basic Newtonian conceptual frrmework can we clearly see that there was no "failure" in Newton's Physics and therefore' no need for the "New Physics" theories that have been created as coday ' s academe Theoretical Physics. This means that we must go back to the conceptual origins of Newton's works which led to Differential Calculus, mction (kinematic) PhYSiCS, and the Measure formulas.

Newton's greatest insight was that we can use ratios of space to time--that is, so much space can be related to a time interval as a ratio system. To gain accuracy for this space to time ratio system, Newton used exceedingly small increments of both space and time. Newton called this ratioing system "fluxions" the derivative relative to the time.

,3ecause of these exceedingly small increment ratios of space to time, we may say that motions have instantaneous values at a series of points. This is due to the fact that the ratio of each of the space changes (delta l or dl) to each of the time changes (deltat or dt) is so small that a straight line slope accurately approximates that increment. This ra.tio dl/dt is called the derivative (ratio) of 1 with respect to t (velOCity).

The physics of motion fallows from this directly. Velocity is the rate of change of position with respect to tf.me , which is dl/dt or the first derivative ofPOSition. Ne<.lton thell demonstrated that there is a derivative of this derivative (ratio of a ratio) or a rate of change of velocity with respect; to time. Acceleration is this second derivativeof position wit.'1. respect to time. Newton then mentions a necessary third derivative which he gave no name or physical meaning to at that time {16671.

This Newtonian third derivative of position would be the rate of change of acceLerat.i.on wit~ resoect to time. The name given to this third derivative is Control (see Control field 'paper by" Dr. Clark) by aeronautical engineering and cybernetics, wnich currently use tt in mis.~ae and aircraft gui.dance , etc. It's physical meaning is control or steerage of an oo jecr ('r· 1article by variations in acceleration from goal seeking or natural patt:ern making

(cy .. :aL!heterodyning) •

But in the single body motional phYSiCS, cyclical/heterodynamics, the third derivative is '::le forgotten Newtonian chi.ld , Academic Physics claims that it cannot be used for predicci.on. This claim of unpredictability is based on the assumotion that control is outside of til~ system as unknown goals or purposes and they never consider natural or forced pattern making (cyclical/heterodynamics). This means that you wuuld have to know the higher level of POSition, whic.'1. defines the motion's goaL

Classical Physics claims that created patterns of varying accelerational motions are mereLy an engineering practice or cechnology. This is the alleged case for cybernetics or aerol~utical engineering's use of the control field as goal seekers, wnich find or track targets. But let us look at the design of a certain type of Over Unity Electrical Generator whi.ch utilizes the control field as a forced pattern maker. Of course, Classical Physics clail~ that this type of generator does not exist because it defies the i r "Lavs of Physics".

The new M5 Series by An Source are Over Unity Electrical Generators utilizing ~he control field in chei.r basic des tgns , The basic design of these t'NO devices is a cr ans tormer (flux-linkage or accaleration device) used as a generator rotor (velocity device). TIle output is the simultaneous product of this system or Control FLel~ system. The common ~'ror is merely co add the velocity (generator)· and acceleration (trans[ormer) components rather c~an to multiply them correctly. A control field effect in an electricaL conductor pulls many more electrons into the flow path, thus raising the current flow values very significantly,

, which makes the power output: of the device beyond unity. The "trick" i.s going wi.th Nature' 5 laws and 1\'OT with ClassicaL Physics' artificial "Laws ot Phvsics".

.: \ll Nature's systems are creaung and cecreating in this form of motion -- the milky way. planets. suns. down through the win.ds. the water and weather patterns. the spiralling monon of plants san, human and animals blood. the formation and transmutation of atoms and elements. to the creation and apparent movement of electriciry. light. thought waves. and all "wave phenomena",

We know all vortices are polarized. all are doubly charged. thus matter is the same. According to the state and shape of a controlling vortex. we can produce different temperatures. pressures. colors and solidify different crvstal line forms or oval. egg forms. By regulating the predominance of a vo rre xs r ot au o n or r evo luu on we can

simulate planetary movement. According to the form of a vortex we can produce attracuon or repulsion: a positive Or negative effect upon desire. We can combine chemic all y, synthesis. emulsify or amalgamate: and we can s ep ar ate , desalinate. analyze, crush or pulverize any subs tance,

We em imitate the Vortex ian action of Nature to create elements. power and movement or propulsion. In short, Mankind can do all the things Nature can!

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\,VHAI MECHANICS CAN WE l.EARN FROM THE VORTEX?

. This need not sound too much like Physics, nor should it seem too Metaphysical. Although it holds answers for both branches of study. Common examples of vortices which operate all around us are pointed out and explored in our "CAUSES" Newsletter.

The apparent circles of a vortex are not closed circles of flat Geometry. Instead they areeither increasing or decreasing. In other words they form spirals of either rising or falling potential.

When these paths of motion are traced or mapped we find a pattern of movement which is like our observed phenomena - the tornado, the hurricane, the whirlpool, These are also called vortexes.

TIle predominantly observed shape of a tornado is the long slender. tapering funnel shape. However. we must not ignore the broad, flattened spiral at its mouth. These two distinct shapes of spiral movement are the paths of motion of ALL mediums of our universe. These paths represent the Orbit and revolution of planetary and atomic rnov ernent,

'Ne know from our limited observation of to rn ado es and hurricanes that a wide. extended orbit of weather and wind (a Flattened spiral. with slow windspeeds and lower pressures) is a calm day of normal low wind pressure and represents the low potential of a vortex, But. we know what to watch for when the orbit of that spiraling wind decreases. the revolution of the vortex wind pattern increases. the pressure increases. the winds are high and danger rhrearens. The funnel shape of a long narrow twister represents high potential and velocity gathered together. We all know the awesome power of the funnel shaped vortex.

The tornado is but one example of Nature's voniccs. I choose it because of its power, mystery and tremendous potential. This "form" or "pattern" of movement IS Nature's gathering or building tool,

Each closing spiral of motion in a conical vortex is braided and twisted tighter together till the motion Call be as solid as a steel bolt and travel faster than the speed of sound. and

more!

HOW CAN WE USE IT?

The mystery of these cones of motion is being solved and the imploding power we are learning to imitate and control!

A tornado. or. a tamer version, the bathtub whirlpool. pen'orms the same function. It g athers together and compresses energy (and 3:'; a result. substance). It. implodes.

The photon got into the wave or particle dispue:e because i c is a control field product ai.smeasured as an acceleration product. This is why the famous "light slit" test results of Classical Physics led to speculations on the nature of light and the electromagnetic spectrum. 11uJs, the famous Quantum Energy-Etectron-Vole: scale is also in error with

respect to Nature's energy levels. '

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The Wave-Mechanics of de Broglie applied to atomic electron orbitals is easily seen as yet anot:her acceleration patch where the Control Field should have been used. The using of only part of a particle's natural motion would surely introduce the alleged uncertaine:y i.n wave mecharu.cs ,

All of the forces of Nature are part of the real electromagnetic system. Gravity is a converglmt magnetic velocity field generated by masstsee research of Dr, W. J. Hooper). The Strong and Weak Nuclear forces are products of Control Field actions .. In the nuclei of atoms the IIlOtions of the protons and neutrons produce a/ery,._, strong local control field binding energy. We have had the f ramecork for a real Uni aec r ield Theory for over 320 years. Newe:on

laid doen the realistic franework for us, .

A brief review of the alleged "failures" in 19th cencurv Physics that led to the EinsteinPlanck theories is appropriate here. Michelson-Morley merely proved two things--that light (photons') consists of particles and not transverse waves in "ether", and that the propagation speed of :l:ight is constant in the same reference frame. Saganac proved thac light velocity

is relative co the sources in mul.t i.pl,e reference frames. (See also the Michelson-Gates research data on this point.)

Planck's Constant and the Photoelectric Effect are both gue~ses at' wny higher frequency photons have nore power than lower frequency ones. The nature or the photon as a conr.rol, field pacterned particle exact!:y explains what and why these phenomena exist, The mot tonal. field €:rrors in quantum levels, wave mechanics, etc., are the result of parcicles (eleccrons, ecc.l using control field orbits that are mistakenlY taken for acceleration fields. The overlooked/ignored higher motional componenc will cause the "smearing" or "energy gaps" : ~ claimed by Classical Physics. If you don't know what you are looking at you are not; likely r» to underscand it.

From these sorts of mistakes Lorentz derived a batch of equacLons , He ran time through a variations system, shortened, dimensions in the direccion of :noe:ion, and increased masS of a body (*ich woul.d be infinite at; light velocity). 1£ you starc with invalid assumptions, pucting C. ... 2m into equations does not improve the situation.

These mistakes led to the! theory that mass converts to energy, or the E = Me2 errors. wnen a parcicle or group of particles is accelerated it sets up a magnetic braking field to oppose the driving field, hence more and more power is needed co increase the acceleration of the particle group. There is ~ increase in mass, only an increase in needed driving force.

Maxwell's Equations only cover three of the four el.ect romagnet Lc fields. He used oos i> tion (statics), velocity, and acceleration, but he did not even mention the necessary con-

trol not tonal, fil=lds of electrons. _-

The importance of the control part of motional physics cannot be overstated. It is the understanding and utility of this control motion thae: leads di.rectly to Over Unity systems, gravity concrol, atomic element transmutation, and real control of atomic energy. This real conCrol of atomic energy comes from being able to construct or destrucc the atomic elements. If we wish to save ourselves and this nearly destroyed planet, we must understand and u,tilize the control motional systems now and stop believing blindly in Classical Physics.

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THE BASIC DIFFERENCE

The basic difference in N atures most powerful movement and mall's is tnar Nature does not use the exothermic characterisucs of pressure. thrust and push to create a positive condition or increase its potential. Instead it removes resistance, it attracts and invites into its vacuum. Yet, it has proved that this is much more powerful than brut force.

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NOTES AND gUCYrATIONS ON THINlCING

Before going into very con·t;.rov~al subject3 that are contrarr to currently held. fixed opin1oIUS. vested f1nanc1a.l. academic. and soe1al interests, and per.sonal emtional prejudices, it is necessary ·to :relBind the reader that th1nk1ng requires care in application and an open attitude 'of jud.gment.

Edward de Bono made several valuable contrlbutioIUS to the knowledge of human thought processes. Two inherent limita.tions of the data processing (thinking) in humans is the sequence or etep method used and the sel.f-organ1z1Dg etorage of mental data by the brain system.

There are two aspects, of this inher1!nt limita.tion in the handl1ng of information by a self-orga.n.1.z1ng memory surface. The first aspect is the necessity to preceed. by at.eps ~rh1cll can only rei"lect experience. which may be first or eecendhand , AbstraeUons or combinations of separate experiences are possible but they remain experience dominated. The collection of new information is also experience d.c,minated. s1nc~ new information is only selected,if it fits in with erlst~~ patterrus--relevance is all important ••••

The second aspect of the inherent l1m1 tation of a self -organizing memry surface is the way the organization of information is cumulative. Past iD.forma.tion controls what happens to new iD.formation. Patterns. are, crea.ted. become. established. and gro1" ever mre rigid •••• Once again education reinforces these tendencies by llllea.I1S of the "labeling" device which freezee eeta.bUshed patterns and di'rls1011lS.'

Arrogance 1ntbink1ng doe.s ,lXr8v.ent the emergence of newidea.s.,to paraphxa.se..

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The third. basic principle of lateral th1.nking is the realization that vertical .... t. .. Mnk1~ 1:0" its vert nature is not only ineffective in generating new . "de~ but so positively i!UU.b1t1q. Thore;'. &IS elf'i.nll.. t:ne ot telllpft'a-

ment which comptilsl'J'~ly seW fSf tigHt eonif61 af wtmt ga@a 'Em in th@ mindl everything has to bel logically anal.yzed and. synthesized •••• This is an extreme type of mind, blt there are 8. great number of ~ which show this inclination to lesser degrees.2

Dr. James L. Adams. D1rec:tor of the Design Division of the Stanford School of .

,Engineering. teaches tM nId ng as opposed to reacting.

CUltural blocks are acquired by exposure to a given set of C"Ultural patterns • ••• Some examples of cultural blocks arel

1. Fantasy and refl"ction are a wasta of t1lne, lazy" , even crazy. 2. -Playfulness is fc)r children only. -

J. Problem-solving 1s a. serious business and humor is out of place.

4. Reason, logic. n1lll100rs, 'utility. and :practicality are ~I feeling. intui tion, quall. taU va judgments, azn pleasu:re are bad.

5. Tradition is preferable to change. '

6. An:! problelll can be solved. by scientific thinking ani lots of mney.'S

Returning to the work of de Bono on why" human thinking "locks up; in mst people, let us look a.t dominant ideas and crucial factors.

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J.;on:.I.JuutS J.::ll ccru mant, 1:.Da't 'they know what they are tal k1 ng al:out, reading about, or writing: about, but 11" you· ask them to pick out the dominant 1dea

there 115 d.ifficu~ty in doing 80. It is d.i:f'f1cult to convert a vague a~':" ness into a denn! te . statement. ••• Unless one can pick out the dom1..naIft. idea. one 1e go~ to be dominated. by it •••• The dom1.nant idea. resides not in the situation ItseU' but in the lfa::! it is looked. at. '" A crucial fa~...or is ~me element o£' the 5.1 tuation which must always be included. no matter MW one looke a.t the situation •••• Like a domiD.ant idea. a cn1c1al factor can immob1llze a situation and make it impossible to shift a lXlint of view. I{

This leads 1ntothe area. of concepts, d1v13ions, and polarizations as covered by de Bono.

A l.ilIl1ted and. coh.erent a.ttention span arises d.1rectly f:roll1 the mechanics of the self-ma:dmiz:tng memory surface that is 1Ili.nd.. This llmi ted. attention span mea.rus that one OlUY reacts"to a bit of the total environment •••• Separation into units, selectlon of units, and combination of units in d1.ffere.nt w3S's together provide a very power:f'ul 1n:f'o:rmat1on processing eystem. • •• \{hen a unit ls obtained by dividing up the total situation or by putting together other units it is convenient to "fu" that unit by giving it a separate IlalIlee ••• The name est.:~bllshes it as a pattern. in its own right instead. of just being part of ano'thez pattern •••• The named. assembl.1es of units (Which are called concepts) are even more restricting because they impose a rigid way of looking a.t a. situation •••• The dangers of the polarizing tendency ma:! now be summarized. OncEI esta.hl..1.shed., the categories become permanent. New information i:5 altered so that 1.t fiUs an established categorr. Once it has done so there is no 1nd.ic:atlon that 1 t is ·aNI different from anything else under that category •••• ThEil fewer the categorles the greater the degree o£' shift.$'

Oakley worked out the theory of man t s thought evolution and development based on a generic meaning of Man the Tool-Maker. His balance point Wa!S between tradition and invention in social groupings,.

Human culture in all its di vend ty is the outcome of this capac1 ty for conceptual th1nk1ng, rut the lea.ding factors in its development are tradi tlon coupled. ldth invention ••••. Imag1.nat10n, observation, deduction, and ~rpecu1atlon ~t1mately led. to art, science and religion, but at first these were scarcely separable from each other. ~

Immanuel Vellkovs.Tty wrote the lDOst. controversial rook of this centur.r-ilorlds In

Collision. His comments on thinking and reality vs. "law" is .interesting ..

If, occa:rl.onally, hietorlcal evidence does not square with formulated laws, it ehcukd be remeJ!Ilbered that a law ie but a deduction :£'rom experience and experiment, and the:~e£ore laws must conform with histox1.cal facts, not facts with laws.'"

Ani f1nally, let us !cc)k at the reception o£ anything that is nev, conttovers.ial,

or d.1f'ferent in general terlns •

••• NIH ••.• is a 1~ecbnological slang acronylll for Not Invented. Here. The very existence of such a phrase in the jargon of technology attests to its ub:1.qui ty. The NIH react.1on ls as common as the g:ra.vel of the road and str1ked all men

wi th equal force.!1

This data on think1ng 1.s lOhe lfhole subject of these topic papers on thought systems . \f various types. But of pri.lll3IY' import.a.nce 115 to be able to think arout the 1nfor.ua..0 n and pro ceases of thinking 1 tself •

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d8 Bono, Ed.W'ari" Th8 Mechani!5l1 of Mind, New York. Simon and Schu!5ter. 1969. p.24o

de Bono, Ed.W'ardl, Hew Think, Hew Yorka Ba.s1c Boob, 1967. pp. 129-130

A~, James L,., Dlnceotnal Blockbusting, San Franc1!5coa The Portabla Stanforo. Series, 1974, POI 31

de Bono. Edward" Lateral Th1nk1ng, New Yorka Harper aDd Row, 1970. pp. 124-127 Ibid •• pp. 208-:;~14

Oakley. Kenneth P •• Man the Tool-Maker, Chicago. University of Chicago Pr?!

1949. pp. 81-91 ~8,

Vellkovsk;:r, ImmcLIlUel, iiorlds in Collision, Londonl A~ Boob, 19.50, pp. 8-9 Kuecken, John A." CJ:-aa.tlVity, Invention, and. Progress, New York. Bob~-Me_"Ti.l Co., 1969. p.115

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:3YSTS:£ TSCHNOlCGY: "FREE" ENZRCY DEVI::z3

Enclosed are t';;o articles on free energ"J devices. The fL.'""!3t deser:t bee an Ecklin Generator u.'l.i.t built by Peter Charles and Paul 3rown. The second 1s the appropriate chapter from Joseph Cater's neW' boOK, Awesome Force. I urge anyone who '.dshed to understand free energy systelll:3 to study this data carefully.

On page 6 of the Ecklln Generator article 1s the self-excited model data.

The coil rlnding and capacitance circlli t for self-excitation would have ma.xi:nu.m effectiveness at resonance to the drive motor's R.P.M. pulse rate. A tuned-

tank c i::: cui t for operating rotational speed would thus exist. The use of Cater Coils in place of the shown coils would increase the output sigr.ificantly. Also. the entl:::e 8cklin Generator should be incased in a Reich Accumulator Box for the higher concentration of soft particle electrons to maximize the lXlwer output of the unit. Thus o pt.imi zed , this un1 t could output in the range of 1000 to 1500 'Oer cent or :nore!

- !he Cater design has the advantage of no moVing parts. Its ~er:for::laUce

could be i:nproved by enclosing 1 t entirety in. a Reich Accu.mulator Box for ~he h16her concentration of soft particle electrons. The Reich Accuau.Lato r shcu.Ld have the Great Pyramid (Phi) design for maximU.!ll effectiveness in both designs.

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SOFT P ART I CLE PHYSI C3 EXPERHlENT

Below are two experiments that ~ competent scientist can perform, at small cost in time and mat.er'La.Ls , to grasp Soft Particle Physics as a reality.

The first experimen,t 1s simply a unity electrical transformer test. Obtain two nearly identical 60 Hz hollow wire coils (relay coils will work). Make a square open frame transformer to mount, the coils upon as a standard primary and secondary winding arrangement. PIU€; the primary into a standard. household wall outlet, then compare the, power input and power output of the transformer. The input to output power ratio will be less than unity due to eddy currents, hy5terisis~ and other minor transformer losses, as expected. Now make a completely enclosing shield of copper or aluminum sheeting for the secondary coil winding of the transformer. Place the shield, chilled. for thermo problems if you like, over the secondary. You will observe an _f.mmediate, drastic reduction in the output of the secondary coil of the transformer. You have Soft Particle starved the secondary

of the transformer. Remove the shield and the operation of the transformer returns to normal conditions.

Now let us conet.ruct a. dliferent passive enclosure for the transformer--a Phi ratio, pyramid-shaped Reich Acciunulator. I will not digress into why the Phi ratio is used, other than that it is a critical angle to passive Soft Particle structures such as pyramids. The outside face dimensions for a 6-inch base Phi pyramid has two 5.7-incl".t sides and for a 12 inch base has two 11.4-lnch sides.

You will need four f'ace s and a square base for each layer of the Accumulator, proportioned to nest. Al t ernat e enclosed pyramids of organic and metal material complete the Pyramid Relch Accumulator. (See page 221 of the attached Reich data for details to aid in the construction •.

Place the entire unity transformer model inside the Phi Pyramid Reich Accumulator. Now measure the input 'power to the output power of the transformer. The ratio of po ser in this mode of transformer operation is greater than the unity standard before. Can you now maintain tha·t current Physics knows what it is talking about , even at this elementary level?

Let us now advance to the Reich Cloudbuster and nuclear radiation systems.

There are several independent Cloudbuster Weather Nodification businesses in operation in the United States. The services of a Cloudbuster and a trained operator can thus be openly obta1.ned with little effort by the serious researcher. Obtain

a nuclear radiation sanp Le and expose it as the target of an operating Cloud buster. Since the Cloudbuster is a passive (sink) :particle beam weapon functioning as a Soft Particle Physics device, it will deactivate the nuclear radiation sample.

The reason that the Cloudbuster deactivates the sample (or reactor, or weapon) is that they are dependent on Soft Particle electron concentrations to function as nuclear radiation items., The Cloudbuster's drain (sink) action greatly reduces this concentration of Soft Particle Electrons in the sample, thus deactivating it. What more proof do we need?

Joseph Cater, authc)r of Awesome Force, states that a maximally efficient Cloudbuster would have solid aluminum or copper barrel·tubes to aid soft particle electron conduction. Aclditionaliy, the barrels should be gold plated and highly pOlished to achieve the bes~ possible unit action.

Attached are the appropr'Lat.e chapters from Awesome Force for reference.

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I am fully aware of' the disbelief of many of the readers of my papers. I welcome disbelief because it 1s a fundamental of the scientific mind. Every principle, every axiom should be queat.Loned , Unfortunately p most scientists question only new data which challenges eat.ahl.Lshed teaching and not the false dogmas which they are taught in school. If 011le believes that he knows the answers, he will never thirut to ask the right quest.ions. If one refuses to accept the false dogmas as truth, he will not receive a diplQlIna and will be excluded from prestigious and lucrative positions. My disbelief in currently held principles of Physics resulted. in my being asked by the Physics Department of my university to abandon my studies in that subject, my subsequent pursuit of a doctorate in Mathematics, and the beginning of my quest for reality.

After you have read Awesome Force, by Joseph H. Cater, thought through.the experiments, and possibly built some of the devices covered, you will come to the shocking realization tha.t science as currently taught in our uni versi ties is a fabrication and monstrous hoax. It consists of outright lies, sloppy guesses, and nothing more. It is a :political. and social mind-control vehicle for the Power Elite.

The Power Elite has gigantic hoaxes running in Finance, History, Medicine, Law, etc., but the hoax passing as Science has never been exposed until now. With its exposure, the other hoaxes will lbe seen for what they are and whom they profit. Science is supposed to te factual and representative of reality--not a collection of myths to aid the Power Elite' s control system. The prestigious institutions like Princeton, M.!.T., Stanford, Cal. Tech., Oxford, Cambridge, etc. are nothing but seminaries training the unquestioning in priestcraft. The supposed great names of science, like Einstein, Oppenheimer, etc., were/are politically motivated, cunning reptiles. Their wild, half-baked theories, like black holes, space-time warps, multi-dimension universes, the big bang, quarks, neutrinos, dual natured light, Relativity, etc •• are pure fantasy. The texts and. journals of "Science" should be cataloged under science fiction in the library, if truth dictated their listings.

The Power Elite's small, special scie11lce group does not use science hoax data.

They use flying saucers, particle beam weapons, anti-gravity systems, free energy deVices, etc., as outlined by Cater. In fact, it was through the theft of Cater's data that the Government learned about most of these amazing discoveries years ago. Only you and I, the profane, have been left out of the knowledge of reality. The Power Elite did this for our own good, of course--also for profit and control. Just think of the billions of dollars that have been wasted on defense and space programs alone, not to mention the energy rip-off in the trillions of dollars over the years. The amaEing thing is that they were able to get away with it--up until now.

A sample of the information covered in Cater's book.

1. Gravity effects are produced by a highly penetrating radiation in the standard electromagnetic spectrum--about a frequency of one trillion Herz per second or just above radar frequencies and just below the infrared frequency. NASA has had such devices for years.

2. Years before the Apollo missions, NASA had interplanetary space ships. The UFOs are real and oursl

). The Earth1Shollow and filled. with giant caverns.

4. "Free Energy" devices can be easily built.

5. The moon has a high surface gravity (rivals Earth's) and a dense atmosphere comparable to that of Earth.

6. Invisibility and intangibility beam systems have been developed.

7. Pyramid and Reich Orgone Systems are explained.

8. Psychic phenomena are explained.

Wilhelm Reich is one of the great names in science reality and a martyr to the cause of truth. My interest in Human Systems Engineering and Psychology led me to research his work. In the course of this'research I discovered that Reich had

wi th nuclear radiati<JQ problems for many years during the 194<hs and 50s.

Reich Wa3 a genius researching two highly forbidden areas. First, he was cuz:ing cancer of all types q_uickly and 1nexpensi vely with his Reich Accumulator Boxes , Cancer is one of the AMA 'a most lucrative interests. Second, he carried on extensive exper1ml~nt3 with nuclear radiation and his Orgone Energy (now known as Soft Particle PhY:5ics) whil::h proved varia.ble half-life, deactivation, and other phenomena of nuclear radiation. Such re5earch incurred the displeasure of the

AEC (NRC), the Def'enae Department and. their vested interests, for Organe Energy

not only renders nuclear reactors safe and deactivates nuclear waste but also negates nuclear warfare and ·the entire phony defense system which brings in hundreds of billions of dollars In prof1 ts a.zxl is, along with cancer, one of the most profitable industries in the woldd. It is ea.5Y to understand why Reich Wa.5 imprisoned, murdered, and. his works ordered burned. At the present time, authority reacts SWiftly and violently to a Reich Cloudbuster's presence near any nuclear reactor. Since Reich had informed the Goverru:nent of all his research results, we must assume that his reports to various governmental agencies were read and the results checked.

Such ultra-top secret information is not released to universities, researchers. or industry. The secret must forever be maintained at all costs--in 11 ves, dollars,

or research waste. In ignorru~ce we must endure the insane possibility of nuclear warfare and the reaUty of unsaf'e reactors and dangerous waste disposal. Our ignorance is their profit; it Ls that· simple. The scope of Sciencegate 1s beyond rational comprehens ton , The reptilian Power Elite must be exposed at all costs.

It is a matter of physical survival, literally, for they will kill us for their

prof1 ts.

Soft Particle PhysiCS is a modernization and logical up3.ate based upon the concepts of the ether. In Physics, some seventy years ago, the concept of the ether was commonly accept~i. With the Establishment acceptance of the erroneous Theory of Relativi ty, all concepts of the ether d Lsappear-ed from the Physics texts and. research. Given ·the exclusive acceptability of Relativity, there are ~ solutions

to nuclear reactor sa.fety, Haste disposal problems or nuclear warfare. Thus, to

the rational man, the problems are either insoluble or a radical approach based on

a fresh examination of primary assumptions must be made.

Richard L. Clark, Ph.D. September 1, 1982

I hereby give anyone permissilJn to publish or copy all or any part of the above data.

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Th.s tmd~hM1ng of ReiCh's theories and·l!Xl'eri.ments con~ the a.ltaxatlon of nuclear elemen~ 1.:s e~sentl&l 1! man 1.:s to survive the nuclear age. Nattlr.! oVer!Shot· ~ 8lell18llt desigIl!l' a..cd. c::rea.ted. the 1n:stable or l:'3d1oacti ve elements. Man, ill his folly, has discovered. and. 1.s u.si.llg these in.:sta.bla alements c:rJlieJ.t for d~uou.:s :po WI!%' systsms a.nd wea-po rus.

Reich.' S 'l«Jl"k was with. the "dra.w1..og'" or concentrating abilities of t.he Orgone Accumu.lator Box (OAB) with. re~pect to Orgorie E!nerg;r. Nuclear elsmellt samples placed ill t."le OAB became ~! r.ui1oa.c.tive-youngl!%', mora p:lwer!U.l samples. T.b.a conce.nt.rated Organa Energy 1.n!l1de ·the OAB had. "backed. up" deC3.J" t1.tu aM. r:J.di.t1on ene.rgj" laSSl!1S in the nuci.l!ar aa.mple:so Thu.s, & high Organa environment had ~ed :power to the su-· ples or reverses the :slow dec:ay1ng process. Conver.sel.y, t."l.e witCdrall'e.l ot the ncr:l!al Organe Energy enV":Uolllllent fi'elll, nuclsar $.l.em.ent ~:s--r!lacta~, ~t or weapo~wuld. in~e the dei:3J' pro~s:s wi tMut radiation. When raJl Organa Ene...~ 1.:s removed, or ":sucked-, t;:;":lll an 4lement or :su~ta.nce there 13 not.hi.ng_ to :ad.iah. T1:m.s, a. low or null Orgona ?:n~ 1!llV:L""Onmen.t wi.ll :subtrat:t :power f:roll the nuclear samples, or decrea:!e the !Slow clecayi.:lgpro~s.

The Reich Cloud.buste:r 1.:scoth1.n.g but a. dir.!ctional ~celv1ns (ind..~) antenna. on an OAB. Thu.:s, the Cloudbus·ter ~ Oxgona En~ f:rom all exact location, where the barrel is ~ 't$i, tnto the (JAB. 1'ha concentration in the OAB 1..:s then. d...---aineci into a. wa.ter ground. bo comluete the !systelll or cixoU. t.

Now that the t'3dj.a.tion :PO'1rel:' ot nuclear elements 1.s fully cont::ol.lahl.e, it can be illc:re&:5ed. (Orgone aM.! t1on) or dec::ea:sed. (O:rgone ~ubtra.ction). A neW' ~chnology o£ nuclear element em::ic.lwe.nt a.cd depletion bas been d1scov~ and. ~y~...ez:d. ti.zed.

Without la.1:orl.n.g over the el~ant mathematical detaih of the ~del and. it.s t:ran.:s= fer !=Ower fo~ azd con~t...-aints. let ua f1.nd. si.:nple proo! tor ttle l.a.J!:an or ~cienU!St by the usa c.r! a B.eich OA:a f1 t~ as a. moudbustar and an old. radium ~ted.

lI'atch. or clock. The J:ad.1tl:1l pai.nt sample in the OAB qui.wy iIlc:rea.:ses in l1lm1!lOws out·· :put aDd the radiUlll pai...-t ~ampl8 as th8 target on the ba1::e.l e.cd. o! the Cloud.'cu!5ter qu1cicl.y lo~es all lunUnous output. A1JY or! the radi.a.t1on measu:r'...n.g_ 1n.:str..:ment.:s ;rill ver1:£y that the !!ample 01: :a.d1t:ll1l paint a.:t the ta..."Oet did NOT generate nuclear energy.

I H'Ould. a.pprecl.ate Pr...nCf)t.on'i5, I.o~ A.lamc:s'. or the Nuclear Regulatory Com::rl.!SsiOtl·:S eX?lan3.tiorus for altar-ed: ha.l:f-l1.:f'e decay in nuclear elements and. ttle attend.antPJwer level ~....:s. ~ha.t they do not know can a.rui does hurt ~ a. g=eat deal.

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TISLA SCALAR WAVE OJSMOLOGY NOTES

To our world of th:r-ee d.1.men:3ions of space and one dimension of time, the inverse or reciprocal balancing system must exist. The reciprocal system to ours 'WOuld be three d.1.m.ensions of tilnB and. one dimension of space. We have scalar time and time beings have sca1a.r space-a. :sum zero, in:finite, complete and closed. system.

The Earth is a giant spherical crystal in structure. As a. crystal, the Earth is a type of ca.pa.cltor and an excellent generator of Tem Scalar Waves ('!'SW). In any capacitor ther-e ~ be two plate surfaces. We all know of the one plate, the surface of the 2:arth. The second plate must be inside the Earth itself. This internal plate is not in eue 3D space/1D tUe, it 1s in ~ 3D time/1D space dimensions. Now the data. of Byrl. and others on the "hollow earth" makes sense. Their existence and technology is as real as ours-in fact, their technology is far in advance of oues , Their sun is at the center of the Earth, generated. br the Earth's crystalllne capacitor structures TSW in 3D time and 1Il space.

Our sun is genera.te<i by the orbiting planets' common central focus of '!'Sill.

In fact, the lack of vislble sunlight has been recorded IllaDY times in history, lasting on occasion for ()Yer t'WO and one ha.l:f' years. During this lack of sunl.ight life did not perlsh frail the Earth, contra.d.1ct1ng all cun:ent theory with hard facts. The ~un is a TSil fireball. of TSV planetary focus into pa.1r-coupl1ng emission of electromagnetic and o'~er energies.

It is an accepted f~l.ct that the Earth is a1:out t1l'O billion years old. Mars, the Hoon, and Mercury are a1:out four billion years old. 'rherefore, whatever process created these other planets did not create the Earth. The existence of ma.ssive man-m.a.d.e "Atlant~!an" caverns and tunnels tinder all of the continents of Earth s~gests another tileory. The atmo~Mre and population of Earth were taken inside like a spaceship to JX)ve the Earth froDl another star to our Sun. That alone 'MOuld. explain the age differ-ence between Earth and the other planets.

The technology neceasary to shti't from three dimensional space to t~ d1.mensional time present~ problems. If 3D space is collapsed. into 1D or sca1a.r space, the result would be open.1.ng into)D time. This compression of space is exactly what TSW technology does , When JO space is compressed to a. scalar function as 1D space, the inverse or reCiprocal part of the universe is present. As'spac9 compressee to a. point (sca.lax) function, time reciproca.1ly opens from scalar 10 to JO. This is not "Mystery Scho'ol'" secret knowledge, it 1s just good science.

This explains the orthogonal dimensional :rotations of the appearances of some of the flying saucers, tulpolds, etc •• in our 3D space ;rorld.

Humans, as generatoza of TSil to va.ryi.ng degrees, also cause some of the strange phenomena. The Mystery School mental concentration systems of stability. clar1 ty, and power can be effective. Tbo~ht 1s the form, and emotion is the power or substance. The patriarchal system uses clarl t;r and sta.bill ty but 11 ttle power, tra.1n1ng reduces or e11 m1 nates emotion. The matriarchal system uses extreme emotional power but llttle c1arlty'and stability. The "rl.f'le" patriarchal and "shotgun" matriarchal systems roth did and do work. Thus. parapsycoological-psych1c abil1ty is natural

to the TSIl system by Iiie'chan1ca.1 (Atlantean) or mental (Lemurian) methods.

Richard L. Clark, Ph.D. January JO, 1982

SYSIDS ENG Ilf1"....EHING I THE THREZ AXIS BRAIN/MOO SYSTEM

In my paper, "The Bie;: Pro ject Overview", I explained the planetary engineering necessary to create the envi.ronment for the three axis brain/nilnd linkage system in particular individuals. Brief mention Wa.:) made of sec:rf!t societies, occult science, and training sys teas that are ca.rryin.g on this vast engineering pro ject to achieve the desired. three axis brain/mind linkage system.

All of these systems of menta.l training are based on the same ancient knowledge of the "Life Force", also known as 'KWlda1ini, Libido, Orgone, etc. It is of common usage 1n Yoga, Freemasonry, Jewish mysticism, the martial arts, Buddism; Hinduism, parts of Roman Catholicism, and other groups. The Russian version of Bioenergetics and some forms of parapsychology in the United States would also qua.lify for inclusion in this common structure.

The present object of all of these brain/mind. training systems is to raise the "Life Force" or Orgone f.rom the physical sexual drive force to a mental drive force.

The systems of aymbo Ls , rituals, and ~ic words (mantras) varies somewhat among groups but the goal is always the same. The big secret, kept from the profane, or uninitiated, is that the human can develop certain psychic abill ties after he has been awakened and trained. Interestingly, these dormant abilities utilized by large numbers of members

of the various secret groups are denied. to exist in the Establishment Science, which

is almost totally composed of Initiates to these secreta.

The various mental cent.er-s in the human can and are activated by certain stimuli.

These stimuli are syabo.Ls (ViSual Input), sounds (audio input), ootions (rituals, dances, etc.), environmental condi Uons (structures, trappings, etc.), accoutrements (robes, jewels, fragrances I' incense), and participation (focus, imprint impact) along with lesser stimuli. The advancement, is by steps or degrees, as the various centers are activated. sequentially and the Orgone Drive raised. to the brain levels. For the sake of continuity there 1!! usually soma central theme or' story plot line to the advancement through the degr~!es. These plots generally have a symoollc death (to ignorance) and rebirth to knowledge (I1~um1nation) as a central point.

When the "Big Project" 1s com:pleted. in the near future, the secret societies will have added. the third axis brain/mind potent1aJ. to t.heir systems. The Freem:asoos, for example, ldll have to add a "chair" in the North for the fourth point, to define a three axis· system, and add degrees#J4 to #44 to cover the activation. Fragments of knowledge from ancient times when the old three axis system existed should. serve as usable guidelines for the ~Itructure of these ad.di tiona! degrees.

An interesting point 1s that all of the known current secret soCieties are patriarchal systems. There werel matriarchal secret societies based on this same Life Force phenomenon known up to about 400 A.D. undez the names Isis and. Astarte Cults. 'One could conjecture that they still exist somewhere today. A more interesting conjecture would be that only the matJ:1.archal systems can activate the silent frontal lobes and achieve the three axis brai.n/mind linkage from the Big Project. I am sure that this outcome is a constant night.mare for its patriarchal planners and workers. Time will certainly tell the answer to this possible irony. The deadly fear of the patrlarchists ls the Mother's victorious return, :mad.e possible by their long Labczs ,

Richard Lefors Clark, Ph.D. April 28, 1982

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Those t'arrl11ar with the operation at' SL Reich Cloudbu:ster Systalll's potential to alter weather have been ~ve.:rly sUent dt.trl.ng the unusual weather ot' the s:prlllg ot' 1982. Before S,!!IsUlll.ing -tllat tne we.a~ control 57(stams operata froll Ru.a:sia, it would. be best to view the, high po~ibilltj" of a nea.ru aDd. vastly simpler sy'stema. carefu.lly located. line af !Several dozen Cloudblusters in :southern Canada 5 the nortn central to the welSt.ern Un! t.ed. States along the Canad1 an '!:order area.

A cu:r:sory inspection. of the air ~ movements a.nd. wind ~a.ttern mapa for tile hea.:rtl.and to ea:stern United. States wlll :reveal the easy ~1acem91lt of such a Cloud.buster Une. A review of Reich's Cloud.bu:ster e.xperlm.ents in tha East and later in Arizona, along with Consta.ble's l'loter )fOrk, should demonstrate the feasi'bU1ty of aD. internally generated. Weather War.

The SUpplsed. Cloudbuster.s could be set up in ~ remote arsa.s and remotely operated. rhe chance of d.etect.1all or accidental discovery is very slight under the \it)r.st of condi tions-a :pe:r!ect. economic weapon ~telll at m:in1mal ri:sk and cost.

It' such a. weapon systelll does e:d.st, only one question rema.1n.s-who doe!! it belong to? 13efore the Bt1.3.s:tans an bla.m.ed, lat ua look into f1.nanc:ia.1 int.eresUs in colII!!IJdity futures a.rd ld..Inred sou:rcas.Cread. is equalled. only by Faith as a. pr~ moUva.t1.r1g force i.l1 man.

As a. !i.na1 :point, de'eection of this supposed clandestine Cloud'bu!ste:r line is. possible. There are a.lW3,;G! count.er!ne~s· and detection syste.m.:s to .@Z ~stam. Reich hillt!eU stated. tilat :prem1~e repea.tedly_

REICH TECHNO.troy, REICH ACCIJ'MULATOR CIDMEI'RIC STRUCI'URES

All geometxic ~lid struct~s interact ldth the energy f1elds ot' the earth.

The tlfO mo.st. common geometric sol..1.ds ot parl1cul.a.r interest are the :pyralIIi.d. and. the ':One. There is a. number .)t' boob and art1c:lss ava1.1:able on py:ramid cOtl5t.ruction and uses. T~ is las.s ope.o. data on the cona but it is easily built and. research .exisUs O)verlng its funct.10l'l3. ~~he cone a!S the 1d.zard. hat, witch hat, or dunce cap all ars based in fact on eene hat t'unct1oni.ng.

A:/l. interesting 3Y3thEtsis sys~ ls to construct pyramid and. cone stJ:-uctures !=Oll layered. Reich Accu.mula.tor deslgn:s.. Th13 means that the walls of the pyra.mid. or cone are con:struct.ed in layers as Re1cb Orgone AcC1.lll!Ul.ai:ors. The three layers going inward. are 11000 or ca.rib:la.rd., then ootton, and f1nal1y metal-but not aluminum. The number of the:se t:rl-lay~ ~ ma::t be repeated. for 1ncrea.sed }:Ower ill the :st.""Uct.u::::a.

In the pyramid, the gener&ted. Sta.m1n! CoIUlllllar Wa.ves (scs) rlll be composed. of concentrated Orgone Energy. P~n:s or objects in this SOl of high p:Jtantcy Orgone rlll undergo !!!£f. bene£1cla.l ~~ •. The ne" Reich cone hats and. structu:z-es will create the senzatians a.cd. ab:U1 ties mythica1.ly ~cted. f:r:olll the older cone hats for rlzard.3 and. dunces.

The Empi.re I S Power Eli to forgot the ancient wisdom, "The Na.me is the Hat~."

Organa Energy is the ille :!orce of the Universe. The Force is with usa:cd the EMp1...---e cannot :stand against 1 ~.

R1 ch.a.rd. LeFors Cla.r.k, Ph.D. May 24, 198Z

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RICHARD L. CLARK. PH.D.

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KTI«;'S OJITER AND ARK OF OJVENAN'r--T:ESLA SCALAR WAVE SYSTEffi

In the Great Pyra.mid at Giza, at one-thUd the distance !roll base to apex, there is a. central rcca ca.1led. the King's Chamber. In the center of the King's Chamber Ls a sarcophagus called the King' 8 Coffer. This coffer has the exact dimensions of the historical Ark of the Covenant. Froll ancient records and biblical accounts, both the King's Coffer and the Ark were known to have been gold plat.ed at the time of their construction. Most modern scientists who ha". an opi.n1on on the subject a.grge on this fact and think that these structures were giant capacitors.

They are far more than simple capacitors. Both are, in des~n and function, identical to Tesla radios, broadcast power stations, and weapons. In· the othe%

fact sheets in this series, 1 t has been shown that Tesla rediscovered. the Earth resonant, power system on wb1ldl the Great Pyra.mid and. the Ark were based , The Coffer and Ark were the tuned capacf.toza b the Tesla.-type circuit. Given the antenna spacing to the upper capacltor plate, like the apex of the Great Pyramid or the Ark's strange "tent,· the Coffer and. Ark are the eapacltors of the resonant tuned. cixcuit5 for weaponry, power, or trc:wsmitt1ng or receiving com.mun.ication.s. All that 115 needed. now is a co1l--gold wire ils better than copper-to complete the basic Tesla design.

A. "Sun Disc" type Farada.y/resla hand cranked. generator activates the system.

With a Tesla Scalar \la.ve generator, the ancient Hebrews were a.ble to produce "fire balls of God," ena~ them to defeat any enem:y. Theix stone tablets would not have inter:fered with the a.ction of the Ark capacitor at all. Moses was an excellent engineer and technological soldier.

A side effect of the Coffer and Ark was the !lentala.nd physieal effects on hllmans.

These effects-euphorla. and ballucinations-a.re covered. in other papers in this series. To the unknowing, the Cofft!r and Al:'k would. ~ seem to be God's chosen instruments.

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TESLA. LOGIC, AND GENERAL RECIPROCAL SYSTEM APPLICATIONS A. TESLA WA YES AND HERTZ WA v:ES AS RECIPROCAlS

The work and experiments of Faraday-, Maxwell t and Hertz deal with the properties of electromagnetic waves, as currently understood and utilized. These waves are vector '!raves, have path loss as the square of the distance, and. travel at the speed. of light, among other features. The reciprocal of _ the Hertz Wave would invert all of theSl! properties. If the Reciprocal System ie true and. real, the inverse of the Hertz Waves must arlst. These inverse waves do arlst--a..s TeBla Waves.

The Tesla Waves are sca.1.ai and not vectorial, .do not have path loss 'Over distance, and tz'avel faster than the speed of lightD amo~ other features. In fact, the Tesla Waves are the l?eriect reciProcal of the Hertz Wavee. Tesla Wave - l/Hertz Wave in all theory, equatd.ona, and utillty. All that Tesla did was to discover the inverses to his fa.l!1OluS Hertz 'iave equipment patents (the A.-C. generator, etc.) What an anesome weapon system the Tesla Wave:! make.

B. CLASSICAL IDGIC ADDI'l~ION

The three recognizO<1 laws of logic create a. set of problems referred to as paradoxeav What all of 1:hese paradoxes amount·to is a- boundary area definition, or inclUSion/exclusion dE!cision. I:f the general theory of Reciprocal Systems is true and. universal as c~L1med., then the first three laws of logic-have. a fourth law as their inverse. Ic) quote 'X'. Bearden, .11. •• .; ei ther the f1:rst three. laws apply (separation of A and not·-A: 1s permitted.,) - or the fourth law applies ( separation

of A and not-A 1s not pel:m1tted.) The fourth law applies only to--in fact creates --a boundary. The first three laws apply only away from a- boundary.... Refer also to the works of H.E: Ive~l, J. Hubbard, and H. Everett,Ill-on this -fourth law of

logic being roth necessary and real. .

Therefora, there arEI the three recognized laws of logic (the set A) and the new fourth law of logic (the set not-A) to complete logic. and cloee this system. This solves all the paradcxea-Ln logic, science, and psychology.

C. GENERAL RECIPRO CAL THEORY

For anything that e1~sts in the universe, the reciprocal must also exist.

This means that there is anti-gra,v1ty, anti-ele ctr1 city , anti-magnetism, etc. The equabLona, theory, and utility of all of these reciprocal systems is just a 1Ilatter of inverting the IJresent systems. How much easier could a revolutionar,r scientific concept and p!,'actieall ty be? We presently have a large part of one h.a.l! of the total system documented and utilized. Why not immediately gain its inverse half? The Uncert~a1n~y Principle and. the Incompleteness Theory also must have reciprocals.

Richard L. Clark, Ph.D. 11 January 1.982

RICHARD L. CLARK. PH.D.

CONSULTANT' SYSTEMS ENGINEER

SYS'IEMS ENGlNEE:RINGI GENERAL SYSTEl-S THEORY OF THE UNIVERS~

In a previous paper I covered. the theory of anti-gravity as part of the Charged Mass Law. In this paper I wi.ll present m:r General Syste!l1!S Theory of the Un! vezae , Only in the mst basic understanding of the system of the universe can the theoretical laws and practical devices be of real val'ue and utillty.

The universe consists of an oriented spacial energy field into which are introduced disoriented spacial energy areas. The oriented spacial energy pushes the disoriented spacial energy into balls of mass (fl:>r an analogy, think of a strand of perfectly oriented. hair with snarls in it). These balls of mass, or matter, which form the material bcdd ee of the universe generate the energy fields called gravity, electricity, aagne+ tism., etc., as well as their motion 1lfhich creates time itsel£. Thus, instability in the static spacial oriented energy fields forms matter.

The multiple, complex motions from that of the grossest material oodles to that of the atoms creates gravity as a resul tof all material matter being- disoriented in its mu1 tiple fields. As shown 1:n the previous paper, anti -gravi ty will result if the center poles of the various fields are ill oriented perpendi~ radially from the center of a planet. These harmonics of lorderly energy, or anti-gravity,· are repelled from the confusion (energy diSOrientation) of matter. Refer to the Cathie Energy Grid data on antigravity calculations for conf1rma.tion of the aOOve general theory.

To recap, matter is the mass of disoriented. energy rejected. (isolated.) by the oriented energy order of space and compressed. into m1n'lmllm substance spheres (stars, planets, moons, dust, etc.) because of its instability. Therefore, E=MO (oriented.) and not some exponential velocity of ligh·~ (C). 1~he nuclear weapon explosion must be an instable mass orienting system, controlled. by the Earth Energy Grids as noted by Cathie. Thus, grayity is the result of total" chao s , elect:rclstatlcs (H field) is one step up, electxomag-

netics (E field) is two step::! us as clrder (orientation) is approached, and so forth.

Thomas Bearden's writ~?;s on Tesla and Moray and the basic Static Electrical Potential (SEP) " data confirms the above IDCIde.l & The waves· in SEP are space pushing disoriented. energy into the earth. 'I'es l a and Moray, arid now the RussianS, were or are using" the natural SEP waves or generattng them artificially for communications, power, and weapons systems. Electro~etic Wa1{es are :pair-coupled. SEP waves, as noted. in Bearden' s paper. This then, encompasses all of the SC<3w..a.r Wave technology also.

The writings of Rolf Schaffranke include the basic research in anti-gravity of Tovnaend , De Palma, Searl, Hoim, and others. All of these anti-gravity Q,esigns are capacitive and/or magnetic systems to orient the gross material (snarled) energy that creates gravity by its disorlentatioI1.. Oriented. energy 1s anti-gravity in its basic nature. In fact, the ultimate deep space propulsion system will be discordant resonant vibrations on a starship's rElar diaphragm with respect to the oriented harnxmy of space i tsel£ • Velo cities ma.ny !nUl tiples above light speed. will be easily achieved by this energy discord drive.

The Cathie Earth Energy Grid data and calculations will fit this same syste!IL5 model.

Engineering the massive ener8~es of the planet Earth is not as hard or strange as it may seem. If we understand the l:limple, basic design of the universe, engineering the system becomes a relatively easy maUer.

The work of Reich- "on thel Orgone Accumulator and Cloudbuster fits easily into this model. The walls of the Accumulator are Orienting filters. The resul ~ of nuclear energy and orgone energy mixture tests in half life results now makes sense. Reich' s disabling UFOs with the Cloud.buster or using the Cloudbuster in weather control is also

- explainable." "The basic standing Columnar Waves (srs) of pyramids; Tesla, Reich, or tornados are all the same energy formulations.'

The systelll3 of Extremely 1mI' Frequency .(ELF) devices and effects are Fart of this same energy-1n.formation system. Small orienting signals can have very large effect!! on human systell1!5._ This wa.e researched by TasIa, Abrams, Drown, and Reich before the }present off-shoot into ElF i tsell. Information is merely ordered. energy eequenc1ng, depending on the oriented. energy patternment as to whether it is a material,- biological,

or mind eystelll. .

Information in the "wh1 te noise" systems of VTR or "Talking to the Past" is siI!lJlly information patterns (energy entities) that can be addressed and respond. The dilnensional rotations cause the multiple differentiation of the voice data. The BlocomFuter is just the grand summation of the ~nergy information in the universe.

Time itsel.:t, being nothing but the eequence of mass motion, is not a llm1t on informational energy, Which is outside of time and. location. Here and DOW are there and then to the spacial. timeless, placeless energy of the universe. SFacial energy is another espect of Neutral Centers that. can be utilized in engineering eysteln8. But only balanced, sell-contained, dual polarlty systems can display the Neutral Center technology, this being a fo:rmat of symmetry and parity that the universe creates as the most basic action system.

The knowledge of resonance, plain and colwnnar stand.i.ng waves, and harmn1cs ~ oriented order out of chace is the key to understanding or engineering the unive~e. The universe is a complete system--not the jumble of UllIelated laws and principles that 1 t is cur.t"enUy represented. to be.

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Ri.chard. L. Clark, Ph.D. April 6, 1982

THE AV{ESOh'lE LIFE FORCE

The Hermetic L3Y:s of the Universe as Applied to All Phenomena

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14. The Hole of Soft Elrctrons In Prumoll".: Che mlcal

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RICHARD L. CLARK. PH.D.

CONSULTANT· SYSTEMS ENGINEER

EXPANDED FtECIPROCAL SYSTEMa GENERAL SYSTEMS THEORY

The principal problems in mathematics, science, logic and life are identical in the final analysis. The problelu is and has always been the differentiable ooundary def1ni tiOll problem. What is A or not A., or better exampled as black or white, is ea.a1l1 seen and. de-e. fined. But we think and live in a \rorld of "gra::/ scale" systelllS and not in a two-state 'WOrld of purity. The fault~" and needed correctional addition to classic logic are prcpo sed by Tholl1a8 Bearden in his ~I Fourth Law of Logic. The 1dent1ty of opposites at the ooun.dary is f1na.lly comprehensi1::u.e via his added Fourth Law of Logic wMch 1s the inverse or negation of the ancient first three laws of logic. . To quote Bearden, "... By carefuJ. accounting of the separate tilllie intervals required for: finite monocular percept10ns, the mechanism for ident1£ying opposites is immediately clarified and revealed. The laws of log:tc are simply laws of the opera.tion of l~rception--noth1ng mre, nothin5 less.

The new system of logic is closed. All present para.doxes.--things. which are true but which contradict one or more of the first three laws--are resolved. by the fourth law, whic:.b contains the negation of each of the first three lalls.· The fourth law is in fact the law

of paradox •••• The fourth lall applies only to--and tn fact_creates.-a oounda.r7. The first thJ:ee !allS' apply only away f:roll1 a bcundary , and the fourth law awlies only.:to a ooundary." ,

I could easily e:a:rr'f this inverted. and closed system argument forward with a demnstration of the basic assumptions of Dewey Larson's Reciprocal Systems lfOrk on time and. space. _ Here ~a1n with La..rSAJn, .the balance and l::oundary 1s a J unit system over (1nvertill~ or negating) a 1 un1 t systell. In the case of the Reciprocal System the un1 ts are space and time, but the general model :a.pplles completely. Th& research of Larson comes down to two fundamental postulates lfhich are deceptively simple. From these two postulates the lofhole of Reciprocal System Theory '10(45 developed _and covers the entire exi3tence and processes of .the Inam1mate <')1: Space and l'lme portton of the universe. The postulates are as foliollsa

"First Fund amental PostuLa.tet The physical un1 verse is composed. entirely of one component, mtion, existing.ln thJ:ee dimensions; in discrete units, and ldth two reciprocal

aspects, space and. time. . .

Second Fundamental Postul<i.tea - The physical uriiverseconforms- to. the relations of ordinary colIUlll1tative mathemaUcsg its primary magnitudes are abso'Iut e , and 11;s geometry is

Euclidean. " ~ . . .

In another paper ot' m1n~!, RECTIlBOCAL SYSTEMS I THE THREE AXES OF MIRROR INVERSE SYMMETRY (enclosed) I expanded Larson I s Reciprocal System from ht.s s~le axis into a three axes, or solid system, via a Y a::d.s of Animate and. a Z axis of Mind. These three units lfOuld. close only if the four1~ unit "void" is their inverse, ttnls mak1ng'a complete universe system. This leads directly to the fact that zero and i.nf1n1ty are ident1cal, llhich has tremeDd.ous implications in mathematics and science •. ' The old excluded middle in the founda'tions of mathematics is what is finite as the 'OOunda.ry between zero and infinity. And as

is the general case in this universe, the middle or bou.ndary is 99.999 .•. percent of the

real or even theoretical problems of existence. We created. logIc, methemat1cs, and ect ence on the extremely rare pure caaea and left existence and reail ty carefully excluded.. This

is a first order realization! Cantor, Russell, Whitehead, etc. all missed. the only logical basis for a completeandLclo::led system in logic, mathematics, science, or life.

The General Systems The<:IrY" of universal systems knolfledge is then J urd ts or parameters of definition ~ (inverted. or reciprocal to) 1 unit or parameter that sets the bcundazy definition. This prl.mary set def1ni tion J unf ts/ 1 unit then has an 1nverse or reciprocal cofunctioning :!ystem. The reciprocal cofunction has the original 1 un1 t of boundary definition as the J units of def1n1tion, and the original J units of definition as the 1 un! t of boundary def1n1 tion. Larson would example as J space/l time jf-" J time! 1 space as the two halves of the Inan1.ma.te ttniverse. Bearden would example as J def1ni-' tion parameters!l ooundary pa.ra.l'l1eter as Ms LaW's of Logic for the space half of the Inan:! .. ·

ma te un1 verse only. These logic hws would have to be inverted. to apply to the tiJa half of the Inanimate un1 versa. A1:sc, there is the remaining fact that this is only the fL~t a;ds (X) in the cons tzuct.Lcn of a complete J axes system and its inverse. Truly "worlds

wi thou~ end." but at la!!t compr-ehensf.hl.e and device eng1neerable. For, in seeing and understanding the system's structural pattern the reach above or below any given reference point is theoretically infinite.

The General System's p;a.ttern is thus J units (dimensions, definitions, parameters, etc., over (inverted, recip:rocal, negated, etc.) the b:lundary. And for ease of handling the synbo Ls , this J un1 t defini tion/1 unit ooundar,y will be wr1 tten )D/B henceforth. This would. be an example. after Larson, for the space half of the Inanimate uni, verse, as

J space/1 time or simply ']3/T. The time ha.l£ of the universe examples as )TIs. The given reference. sa:y ']3/T, then Ls JD/B and. the reciprocal handles as JB/D (for )T/S). 3 -

There remainS. the most 1nteresi.i.Dg· part of this system, which is the tra.I13ver:se or boundary reversal from ?)J/B to J8/D... The interfa.ce boundary problem, 3a:f between our current space half of the Inanimate :portion of the universe and the time hali' of the Inan1.mate universe, as we defl.ne it. There is a boundary between 33/T and )TIS, to state

the above s1mply. For demnstration purposes lie could. declare th:i.s to be the X axis, and 3D/T as to the right or plu~l X and JrlD as to the left or minus X. But this leaves the origin or sign reversal as an undef1.ned zero or void point. Obviously this is abound.a.ry or neutral center 1rlrl.ch is def'Lnabl.e, It is far from a void or zero, for it must functiollally act or operate in an exact manner to cause the inversion or reciprocal to appear on the opposite :rl.des of this tLeutral center (l:x:>undary) ~ A first general concept of this neutral center is as a peri'elct "mirror" between the areas of ]3./T and. :rr/s. This is only anoptlona1. invex±er, rut at. least e. visualization of the gross functioning of the neutral center can be accomplished. But neutral centers can be exactly defined and their- function-

ing comprehended. and engineetred.. Int~stingly, all neutral centers~ whether between halves of the Inanimate univ'er.se as we define it or in magnets or capacitors, are all the exact same system. Refer to my enclosed paper on neutral centers for details.

Now we have a General Systems Model for all of existence.

REFERENCES

1. Thomas E. Bearden, "The Fourth Law of Logic", Specula, 1978, A.A.M.S., P.o. Box 1182, Huntsville, AL J.5807.

2. Dewey B. !.arson, NOTHING, Btrr MOT'ION, North .Pacific .Publ1sher3, 1979. (F7wt.s)

J. Dewey B. Larson, NEll LIGHI' ON SPACE AND TIME· and. BEYOND NEWTON t North .Paci:f'ic Publishe~rs . .P .0. Box 1J255, .Portland., OR 9721).

I hereby give my permission to anyone to copy or :publish all or ~ part of the above data.

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Ricmrd L. Clark, Ph.D. March 15, 1982

RICHARD L. CLARK. PH.D.

CONSULTANT' SYSTEMS ENGINEER

TES LA TECIDlOI..CG Y. THE FARAD AY -TESLA -CLARK HIGH CURRENT D: C. GENERATOR

In the theories and c3l1scoveries of F~ there is a well-knollI1 device called. the Fa.raday Un1po1.a.r Generator. This generator system's theory and construction design is carrled. in lIX)st standard Physics and Electrtc.al Engineering texts and hardix>ob. The nndels and. designs shown axe in fact· a. later Tesla. improved. design of the baeic system. The basic disc rotating in a magnetic field to produce an extremely high CUJ:.r1!nt, low voltage· direct current is standard technology. The Farariay Unipolar Generator is a.U5.o a standard Fa.raday Unipola.r Kotor. IT you turn the disc mecha.nically, the disc rotating 1n the fixed, paralleJ. to rotation, magnetic field causes a direct current of high current and low voltage to appear a.t the two output term1n.als. But conv8X'3ely, if' you apply a ~h current, low voltage direct current to the output terminals of this t'!ame uni t , it will rotate mechanically as a motor via the disc being a conductor in the magnetic field. So much for the present theory and design as. accepted. by all sta.nd.ard.:s

and. JlZ'Ofessionals currentlY'. .

The Clark modification to the Fa.ra.day Unipolar Generator-Motor will now be outlined. The previously fixed permanent magnets, or electromagnets, that. formed. the magnetic field for the Faraday Generator-Motor are now attached. to t.he disc i tsel.:r as a part. of the rotating eleme.nt. Now the Farada3' design is onlZ a generator and not a motor. A voltage and current across the output terminals does nothing rut see a nearly dead short, and. theref'o:t'1!, it is no longer a motor at all. But when the disc is rotated. mechanically it is still a generator unit of very high current and,·low voltage d1.rect current as previously designed. by Fa.ra.d.ay. The ga1 n froll t.his IrOdi:fication is that the output load does p.ot put a. rotor type drag on the disc drl ve element as the load current increases. Thus, the rotatio!lal drive force :for rotation of. the disc is constant. without regard. ~, current drawnby' the generator output load. The Clark llXXli:f'ied Fa.rada.y Generator C3Jl there:fore exceed 100% input power to output po~er efficiencies, producing ":free .~nergy." So much for Lenz's Law and back EMF problems.

The best unit would b! a Fa:ra.day Motor dr1vi.ng a Clark Modified. Fara.day Generator Unit. Th1~ is becanse of l~he 'identical current and. voltage requirements of these two systelll:5 on a colllllX)n shaft clrive des:ign. To start this unit a simple pull-rope could

be used to rota U! the Sj"SU!lI 1n1 t1a.lly • Once turning, the generator outputs and d.:d. ves the motor, which turn:s the generator, l:ootstrapping up to the controlled. speed regulation point. Then the surplus generator output,. above lIIOtor running power, is available to run extexnal po~er need!s-llghts, motors, etc. Since this is a high current, low voltage direct current genElrator system, an inverte.r unit 1s necessary to convert the direct current output into alternating current of 60 Hz and 115 volts for standard household utility.

Should the reader wish u, build a small lIOr1d..ng mod.eJ. of this Clark ~ied. Farad~ Generator, the brief plans will be givena On a. six inch long, )/8 inch diameter bras~ or copper rod, place a. copper or brass washer of J to 6 em d1atneter, about 1/8 . inch thick. Obtain 6 to 8 radio store cera.m1c toroid magnets for aoout 2.5¢ each, giving ;you a 2,000 to ),000 Ga~ss magnetic stack. Place all these magnets in a stack, north pole up. Place 4 of these magnets on the rod below the 'copp<ar or bra.ss washer and the other 4 on top of t,he ~asher. All polarities of the magnets must face toward the same end. of the rod. lIow rotate the rod, north magnetic and clockwise, in an electric drlll or lathe chu.ck.-Us1ng-a sensitive voltage-current metE!£, the output can be read bet~een the outer edge of the disc and the center of the rod. The formuJ.& for th1~ device un E out - dJLsc area. in ClI.:t X gauea of magnets X revolutions per second.

of the disc X 10-I.,

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so?!' rA.RTICLCPh"Y5I~: ;;'P.E::; GASOLINE mLEAGE n:C.qsASES

The concentration of soft particle electrons in ordi~ry automobile gasoli:.e will increase your gas mileage by up to 75%. And. you can :na.ke and L"lstall the necessary passive soft pa..rticle devt ces to achieve these tremendous fuel savtrigs ,

There are two methois of obtaining soft particle concentrations in a liquid such as gasoline. One method is a iteich Accumulator to contain the liquid ':efore use, ma.king your present gas tank into a neich. Accumulator. A second method is the use of magnetic fieLis on the liquid flow--magnets fastened to yo~ gas li~e. The total materials cost for your 50ft particle passive devices is ~"lder $10.00 and instillation tue is only one or t;ro hours at most. I recommend that you include 'ooth systems on you::- vehlcle for ma.x.1111Wl1 savings.

It is simple to make a Reich Accumulator soft particle concentrator out of your present gasoline ta.nk. Free the tank so that you can wrap it comnletely

in alternate layers of first newspaper (cotton or wool may be used ) and then.a complete layer of aluminum foU. Three dual layers of organic then metal materials seems optil:lal for most g,a.soli . ne t.anks , The use of duck or se~ ":.ape w111 ho Ld, the layers fir:nly in place on YO''WX gasoline tank.

To add the magnets to the gasoline lines is easy. Buy a handf'u.l, of common ceramic magnets at Radio Shack. Bar magnets will also work. UsL'1€ adhesive or duck tape, fasten thesellla.gnets to your gasoline line as it passes to the caz-buz a'to r , Opposite poles of the:n.agnets across the gasoline lines produce t ne best results but this is not a critical con3ideration.

Both of these syste:ns will a.Lso reduce emissions sigr.ificantly,

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w ARNlr~: Experimentation w1 th Control F'Le Ld.s is ex-cre,,,olv da!':tze:r,:,u:::. Hun:a.I:s :su::':.:~~::from r.au sea , disorientation I' and other effects when exposed. to Cor.t rc L Fields. l.,e"it at.Lon action of the devices is dangerous to humans as ...-ell :.~ ce.':.2.!.l".gs.

Go outs i de and twirl the noz z Le of your flo'lo:ing g<,..rd.~n hose c:.:.i ;.;atcl:. 2. hyd:::udy:i.::u:,:"::

Cc nt ro 1 Field action carry (levitate) the water much f2.rt:-.er t::!a.!1 :st:r'ai.ght h:;S0 ::L:: . can.

Attached for your review 15 Arthur :M. Yo~~'s eXfosition of Po~ition a.~i its truee derivatives. It includes hf.s statement of Establishment Science's Big Li e about,

the Control Field. The Physics Dynamic Control Fields are "Dredic'table. Also attached Is Dr. William J. Hooper" 5 outline of the first three of the neceasary four EM fields. You can add the Control EM field easily to this Hoeper data (Positicn is the static, Velocity is the flux cutting, and Acce Iezat.Ion is the flu .. x llnkage/f0' fields given. Now add the Control E:M Field set of equat.Lons for Ez and. Hz).

It 15 time to leave the s Iavery of our current two dime:lsiofLsl Physics. One point (equation) defines a pos1tio,n, two }oints (or equaticns) defi~e a line 0::- one ~mensf.on, three points (or equat.Ione ) define a plane or two dimensions ("Flatland."),

and four points (or equat10IlIS) defin.e a soUd or the th::-ee dimensions of O'.!r real world. Newton knew that it took pos.ition and three derivatives, four equations, in the real three dimensional ~ror Ld , And now you know it too. Quest-lon: Was .r~:ell stupid or cunning?

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The person who is going to float must sit relaxed in a straightbacked chair with his legs together, his feet 00 the floor, and his hands in his lap. The other four participants, now stand two 00 each side of the seated parry, one at each shoulder and one at each knee. Instruct all four to extend their arms and place their dosed fists together, closed except for the forefingers which. should be extended and touching each other along their lengths as shown. The person nearest the seated man's left shoulder is now asked. to place his two extended fingers, palms downwards, beneath his left armpit, Likewise, his opposite number inserts his forefingers beneath the right armpit, and again the other two respectively beneath the seated man's knees. Now invite the four assistants to lift the man in this position, using only these extended fingers. However hard they try, it is impossible. As soon as you have registered their inability to do so, ask them to stack their hands alternately, one on top of the other on the man's head, in such a way that 00 person has his own two hands together, and then to exert 8 steady pressure downwards. As they keep this up you count to ten. On the count "nine", they must. withdraw their hands quickly from his head and resume their earlier positions with their extended forefingers. On the count of "ten" they must try again to lift the man with those fingers alone. This rime he will go soaring several feet into the air with no difficulty whatsoever.

Note; Use this same method to lift any type of object.Animate or in-

animate. As the navy did through

their 4 generators in the Philadelphia experiment etco A very weak diamagnetic field would make compasses or magnetic instruments erratic. A stronger Diamagneti field would tend to stop electron flow

in active systems ••• but could turn off

~electrical systems (Se,~ Searl data Browdcast 'It c.l.HJ(.

Power//1'his data is continues in the 3rd Clark Letters collection ($8.00)

REALLY LOOK AT THE HooPElR B=DATA OR THE GOLF BALL EFFORTS IN YUCCA VALLEY CA AS D DIAMAGNETIC RESEARCH EFFORT ••• DE LAND ANTENNA ALSO Illustration From "Body Majic

By John Fisher 1c.L~1C

DIAMAGKETIC LEVITATIORI L&EDSKALMIX, MODIFIED PARTY L8VITATIO~, SCHAUEERGERt.....9ENERAL THEORY OF LKVITATIOll, AND IURTH GRID J~

Leedska.lnin could levi tate huges pieces of coral by usirag the center of JI&.S8 for

the needed B11g)t upUft launch1116 pressun. In Party Levitation, the four outside lifters (levi tators are lifting 'the center of bas fro. the outside ed8ea. If three of the four levit.tors were to step back at the end of the count of ten ha.nd at.&ck (charge cycle) and the one rem.aining leyi tator then quickly bead2S down and reaches under the chair to the center of _ss and uses only two fingers to push upward, the cent.er IIall

in the chair will levitate. L&edskalnin used a stick or board to push upward at the exact center of aass of his coral slabs to levi tate thea. His sense of balance shows

in the gate and furniture. Bea.aber, Leedska1nin was on a Di&A&!netic iartb Grid Point (118, Cbral Castle/Ho.estead A.' .B.), eo all _S5 objects in that area are always ·charged" and easily lifted at their center of aass by a slight upward pushiDg pressure (launched) •

The Party Leyitation .ethod. which verks anywhere, can be altered by r~ving the chair and having the led tatee do a slight knee bend. After the count of ten hand stack (charging cycle) the four levi taters &11 step back. The central levi tatee than quickly straighten. his legs to obt.aJ.n the aUght upth.ru8t (launch) :force yecter to self-levi tate. :Sa careful usIng this llethod. as low ceilings are hard head stoppers.

Scbauberger's I.plosion turbines Interrupted the water suction flow by a special shutoff yalve, thus creatillj~ II. reactive back-prassure force In the saae dir.ct1on a.s the 1.plosion turbine. TMs re,!Lctive back-pressure :force Is the lifting (d1scha:rge C]'cle)

or levitating actIon (directional ao.entua) of these types of devices. Bordarland Sciences Research Foundatlon, P.O.:S. S49. Vista CA 9208), baa a ~ery useful book "Iaploslo111 V1ktor Schauberger and the :Path of lIatu.ra.l inergy- :for the Interested reader.

A general theory of le'~i tatiOIl. synelll5 aust cover all of the Yarious aethod.s that are known to exiat. This JaeaM that there 18 a couon factor aJIOng Earth Grid, Party Levi tation, Dea.n DrlYes, Hooper/O'ver-Unity ilectrlc.al Generators, and Schauberger. The COIlIIOD factor 18 the Zero-5pln Ene:::-gy tra.nafer or the flowing of Ilonepin eDergy. This non6pln energy is a neutral center type o:f energy :flow and it ls the cause of the various types

of e:ffects ca.lled levi tatio:tl.

In the Earth Grid Kagnl!t1c Beversal Points the str~ht up. dia.aagnetic energy flow 1B a nonspin energy flow. 'rhis energy flow Is exactl;y halfway between count.erclockvise (I) flow and cloc.kv1se (S) :t'low and therefore 1 t baA DO spill. Thus. the bow-tie knot levitation energy is a nons:pin energy :flow.

In Party Len tation thl! four led tators drain or teaporarlly atop the spin eDergy flow around the levl tatee o:r inaniaate objects. Thus. they creat.e a nry tuporary DOnspIn energy center which eaJsily levl tates.

The Dean Drlye t)1?e de'rioes cross-put or duap energy during the Crl tical Action Ti_e that Is in fact a nonspin .lllergy. M.cha.n1cal as it 1s. the Dean Drive C&ll cenerate ci1reetiona1ised &IOllentua (nonspin energy flow) and there:fore It can be used as a l.vit&tor systes.

The electroaagneUc collapsing field reversals of Hooper or Over-Unity Generators ~enerate • DOn2Spin eneX'g7 flow for sbort periods during heh cycle of operation. Ally energetic flow reyeraal !en1lrates so.e nonspin energy flow. Therefore, electrical coils reverws generate SOlie nonlspin .nergy :flow and ca.n be used as levi tater dadoes.

Schauberger energotlc lrater flow s;ystezas are reversed by yalYlng. identical to the electrical eoil aystellls. Therefore, the Sehauberger turbines generate sollie nonspin energy flow and can be used &3 levit.tors.

In a universe of 1b&sic.all;r .pinning eneI'!Y and particle 5ysteas, this aonsp1n .nergJ' has very power:f'ul .:ffeeta. The nonspia .nergy is the neutral center :force :field, belongbg to neither side of a !eloerall;y polarised universe. As such, 1 t 1& repelled 'b1 a.nd reacted to by all energy ~i pe.rt.lele .;YSUIlS yery strongl;y. B;y the generation of DODspb energy :flows and the d.lnctional yectoring o:f these :flows. we can device desi8u Yery power:f'ul levltators.

EARTH GRID IOTi:S I

1. I&rtb Grid. Polat #18 a...d the fuoua Bia1n1 load onr 1 t prior to rlorl4& be~ pulledl down. Trace the arc .~ o:f t.he pr. .. at lecat1011 .:f B1.A1.Dl 'back tiM 60 all •• to 1 ts or1!in&l ,..ltion oYer Earth Crid Point #18.

2. Due to the ab.1fta in tb4~ lorthand South ~D.tlc p:>l.a, Grid Point 118 18 1.n.&id.. Ho .. at.ead A.'.B. laO" a.nd CoJ:,al Cutl. oould. DO loDg.r 'be built where it 1a DO. located.

). The onq known official ,ov.rnaental reaeuch 1nto the Karth Grid. Syst .. wu C&lled. "Project Magnet" beca.\lSe th4ty were atudy-ill! the aagn.Uc ut1l1t, and anoaalles of the Earth (Canada-U.S. lavy).

4. Earth Gr1d-5aucer NetwoJ:,k. 4rthur M&ttheW8 and Otis Carr, the only Tesla-tra1ned asdstants, were networked 1f1th Van Tassel, .tc.p under the lIew York City group of Margaret Storm (the SoutheI'll California-Ne" York C1 t1 Groups).

5. Earth Grid Wars I The tilree MFloriclasM ('lorida, Iorea, and. Vietna.a) are still cr1 tical iarth Grid Points uteI' two bloody wars. The -boost shock-polnt" to this tria.n.gle is 11 bya. The Cari bbe&Il Pl.!i~te has lIOn recently seen a triangulation attempt that ended in 1li11 tary invasion. The C:ari bbean Plate triangle shock-wave ayet .. "as to bave been Grenada.-Cuba-liicaragua. Thel next try in this general area is ab&olute control of the Chilean Earth Grid Point. ~~he Union of South Africa's Grld Point ls critically necessary for control of bottJ E\U"Cllpe and Auetra.lla. The Philllpines position on the aa,})r fault/plate S1eteil Is l'ivot!J. to control of both Australia and Japan in the Pacific Basin. The Sonete already have secured. and activated the ai te In Afghanistan (He aap attached) • Now read agun I~bout the targeted countries 1n your d.a.1ly newspapers and figure out who is currently winning the Earth Grid Wars. lotel A reall,. e!p!rt knowledge of the Earth Grid Syst.e. vi ttl a true understand.ing of Mother latun' IS w&1s could st! 11 reverse this bleak pic:ture. Patriarcha.1, fanciful speculations and wild equations are about to prove fatal.

6. Earth Grid Shifts. The Earth's aagnetic poles do not co.pl.tel,. ah1ft (reverse or flip). Only the Earth' s Blolch Wall Magnetic Reversal Anoaalies .ove positions in both the Northern &nd Southern helUspheres to balance the Earth. The Bloch Wall a.noaalies were .uch farther North. SOlie, 10 to 15 thousand 1eare ago, at the tiae of their ~t est1- aated. aajor IIOve-.ent. This Bloch Wall Earth Magnetic Reversal area .oveJaeZlt 115 caused by the Earth's expansions and lossible contractions, land aass weight shifts, and changes 1n the Sun.

The so-called deluge &Jlld glacier pheno.ena are really caused by the aassive oeeu./ sea tides and len tation effects at these tl.es of balancing by the u.rth Bloch Wall Anoaa.ly po 81 tiOD aoveunts. There were no deity caused floods or Ice Age gla.ciers & there were only the Earth Grid Magnetic Reversal Anoaal,. IIOve .. nts. These .,veMD.ts would have been &arth-shak1I18ly i.presslve to observe and later the,. were recalled I.e

.y1.1ls and religioW!l lore allover the world. .

Did you really think tbat a d1IWl1cally c~ill8 fly-vbeel/gyro-llke Earth sphere t at about 1,000 ailes per hour spin rate, didn't Deed or have a correctional balance 15,.5- te.? Look at the Land M&8s S1uetry li&p attached. If 11. were zw.t for thoS6 2C &lOvable locking points (Earth Grid M.aanet1 e He veraal !noaa.l1es), this Earth would tear 1 tsaIf apart. And all that we htma.ns can think to '0 with this perfectly elegant d.sign of Mother Nature Is to hold yet. another st.upid war of conquest and control. The Astroid Belt could easily be the resul't of ao.e other-planetary &roup of the CUlUling and atupid holding an Earth Grid war. If we rip tbe "buttoDs" off this Lady's blouse ... 'll find out instantl, why raping the Earth was such a fatally bad idea.

Final Jot.s. The above discussed theory of levitation involves the concept of sero inertia systellS. That is why t.be slight directionallzed. force (lIO.entUJI) caused such large levi tation .ffects. Consider the aaneuverabil1ty and ut1lity of aero inertia device S]et.aas, either on Earth or in apace. The "i.possible" right angle turns and super accelerations from saall thrust aysteas are _!t&.SY to understand with sero inertia being achievable. Thus, the concepts of inertia, we~ght, granty, .tc., aJ.l belong to the spin ene~y flow aysteas only, and not to the sero-spin energy flow systea;-(real d1aaagnetics, etc.).

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The anc1eDt ~alcs of the Earth Grid Systea, which "as an erlre .. l,. powerful Nature techrlology, DeC&M the Great Mother rel1810Ds and then d.egenerated into the purel,. re~ioulS 5ysteas that reaa1n to this d.a.y. The hu.aa.n physical speculations and symbol :aallipulations (bel1e.!s or religion) slowly evolved into .odern ptlyl5ica. Tbus, tod..a.y we have physics as rel1gion and rel~gion as physics, or two sets of inept priestcrafts 1n the wrong line of business.

The scientists OD 'the 'Ya.rlous Earth Grid site projects, "hether to conquer/control the Earth, the stars, or the secrets of Nature, are using their )lade-up rel1g1on to tr:y to understand and control lfat\U'1e. How cou.ld they ever han i~ined that that line of inquiry would be successful?

The Ilajor Principles and. operating procedures for Jatu.re's Earth Grid S,.atns are 1n plain sight in the old/new I"1!Jli!iolls systelLS. The 5y_bola and personif1cations of these religions fall away if :rou l~)ok at theIl as a physics text book of Jature's technology, which is the Earth Grid Syst~a_.

The polarity 5ysteliS "Iating 1n a neutral center or :Bloch Wall is basic to all of these religious syste_s. Do YOlu. think that Yin and Yang Meting (union) is different from Isis and Ra in union (m) ca:Ued Israel? The Cross and the Star of David (Seal of Solomon) are symbols for the polarity union or junctioD-Bloch Wall of the Earth Grid Kagnetic Beversal s1 tes. ADd the Sun and l~OIn have to "pass over" (:Bloch Wall) to pull off dead weight risings, also called Easters. The Sun is ia, the Moon is laia, and the UDion (si) lfOu.ld put you on an Earth GrId Kaglletic Reversal site for levitation and other Natun based techno log,. •

Polarized hwaans in unic)n create Ufe and. that lIa8 ba.sic to the Cnat Mother ancient syate. as a Nature re1i~~ion. You cannot .bave .. Bloch Vall without liorth a:nd South poles coaing into union. The syab:)Is , .. thoda, functIoning, and. u.nd.rstan~ of Nature' IS technology repeats and repea.ts ill these supposedly nl1gious vri t1ngs and cere~nies.

I ... certain that these cla.1as of nne will fall largely on cleaf ears &.IS sacrilegioul5 or ridiculous by both of the currant priestcra.:f'ts. ,Onl, wben the continual failures of

the "scientific" priestcraft on the ~arth Crid sites reach the very laet brink of disaster will someone or group at the top realise that their "scientific" approach .as always totally wrong. Soaeti_es only 1llJaallent defeat and death can cause thinking to occur. I can only hope that the "Elite" If()uld rather think than die. I aarvel at the nUIber and stupid- 1 ty of the excuses for fa.11w~e given and accepted to date. But the blunder and showdown ti_e is obviously very near 2Lt hand, 50 lie do not have to w&1 t long for the fi:lal outcome. Jeeessit,., the Mother of the Fates, inventioD, and change, will force a resu.lt on even the aost stubborn bureaucrats or entrenched elite.

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~orklng aodel~ of all my generator designs have been built. Proper cutting of the armature wiring nest on ~y motor w111 kill the torque and &ake a transformer systell when connec t ed properly. Ask any IIrlldly competent electrical engineer or electrician a bo ut. this subjdct.

As to Mr. Ecklin's counter design proposal, those coaputer printer lIIOtors are ~l. fractional horsepower un1 ts. A norma.l single ho usebo Ld system would require 25 to 50 actors at least. The high costs, ext reae Iy high failure rate, and II&8l5ive she make

his answer totally i.practIce;... Was his printed outcry against 1M caused by gree:i for aa.xlaua royalty payments en Pa.tent 14,567,407 1 Or does the iapract1call ty of his syate. please hi~ employer,. the Depa.rtlte~t of Defense? Soaecae put up a lot of .cney for toe Ecklin patents.

Mr. Ecklln's printed c:laim that his Patent #4,567,4{)7 • issued in late Januazy , 1986, caused t l.e world. oil pri ce drop 1s fa} s~. The Saud I s broke oil prices two lIlOnt hs earlier in Noveabcr , 1985, as the attached N.Y. Tlm33 graphic proves. Fact s , not veste:i intE!rest claims are ioihat is needed.

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DESIGHN FOR THE CLARK CRYSTAL (101~ELEX;TRIC GENERATOR ..

The telephunken-Prost cr:ratal 1ev1tatore of the 20'. were D ,;·· .. L:~\"I~I~-.·

energy loaded into the e.x1.s of a large crystal. , L_ ~

Mt .. 1I. ce.r"k - T

1'ielG3 pushed into the ell

This .means that ~he power from the E M gran ty fields (101 H2)

Let us pressure pulse a crystal such as S1licon Dioxide S102

as a pulsed Peizo Electric element. When pressure is applied to the crystal, current flows out of it and generates a tiny magnetic field at 900 to ~nt flow. BUT 90~ ~tually to the E&M fields is a Gr field (10 12H2) so, let UB put a field coil in this crystal 'squeez' gravity field to senae the pulses. The field coil can have an BlIIIIl2.ter for a load

Thus a crystal1o·aijasourse can replace

water coile in e;eneratore (refer to Clark coils in previous papers)

A ring of sequencually pressed crystal around the field coil makes a crude 60 H2 generator

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Pressure bearing rolling C1 0 OC:'t~L~ around the top,presses C I each crystal in passing .,. (:/. 0

to generate electric pul.eeao 0 0 I=«y

the only power imput is the crystal squeeze roller. Power output 1s easy over unity ••

DESIGHN FOR A CLABK SPABK DISCHARGE (10 12 H2) ELECTRIC GENERATOR

An ordinary Auto:nobile spark coil can be uaed either with spark plugs or ks'an 'Allad1ns Ladder' arc rods ... Or you may put carbon bruahed in the arc l:fght con:1'igura tion to generate the spark diecharge 101~2

A field coli placed in the li field 900 from both the the E 114

f:lelds with an ammeter load w1.ll make a crude spark disc.lurrge generat()r ',.

Use :pulses to fire the spark discharge 101~2 coil system to produce 60 Hz AC at the output field coils (No mo~ Parts) Over unity

gain ••••• A Teala coil would improve thia desighn over an

Auto spark coil. Gold plating the arc tip elements would make a

cleaner ark and give longer life. Iron cores in the field co11 increases the output al'So( Captures CEMF

Further Clark des- 19hns are found in the Clark letters report at $8.00 from publisher ••

General Notesl The enelrgetic zeros of power systeas in nature .,_~ the sources of gravi ty. The EM source of gravity 115 the four energy coaponent fields of E, D, H, a.n.d B at zero. EM generated gravity Is the zeroing of the three-component electrical field vector and the three-component magnetic field vector in conjunction ( a tensor of the second rank at zez'O). Litera.lly this aeans that the EM fields' energy Is "dumped" into gravity generation, at thelr zeroing. Furthermore, the incidence of bringing any one of the four EM fields (E, D. H, or .B) to zero automatically brings all EM fields

to zero and genera.tes gravity. The power of the generated gravity field is proportion·· aI to the EM field power that has been zeroed, but is aore powerful (see tensor product data attached). Gravi ty Is a nine-component energy field in three dimensional space. Time has NOTHING to do with gravity generation! All EM dipoles emit gravity as the EM radiated wave center. All EM machine devices have some gravity generation in them, anel by deli berate design a large part of the input power EM to electrical generators can bel converted to gravity field generation and then the gravity field converted back to EM at a power gain. Or, Over-Un! ty Electrical Generators are two three-component EM vectors in (or D. C.) conve.rted to a gravity tensor which Ie; converted to two three-component EM vectors out.

G - EM Fields at Zero (conjunctlOI:L)

Attached is data on superpositi1on1ng and B - 0 from texts.

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For IDB.I:zy' years now there have been a number of ways to Lannch rockets and. bullets without the usual cartid~es =.d explosive powders. Aside :from air and a vortex motion \Sl~) there is one unique method that is aDru)st never mentioned.

EMR or Electromagnetic liepulsion Devices ac~ use a pulsed magnetic field coil to Launch projectiles. This met:::od uses an antimagnetic action to send a non magnetic projectile to a target.

To attempt to put a unit together you can use a s=ooth bo:-e tu'De with the repulsion coil at the end. Automatic feed capabilities would be fairly simple to add with acme engiIIuity. ~o use a mate:1'ial to make up the projectile,remeber that the der.se:- the n:aterial atomically, the greater th.! repulsiTe velocity. Velocities of ar-ound SOK ft per second are prol)B.bly possible with some de:-..se ce::-a::rl.c bullets. With the addi tiOll of slight groO'1'Jl or veir..e they could be reasonably accurate.

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it around the plastic or non cunductive coil. A Capacitor across

the co11 makes a resonant tuned circuit'F' to ma't ca the e:::e:-gizing current firing pulse. The ne'1'l' 'over unity' light ge:::e:'8.to:'S would easily power a smaller un:lt (+100/W/Lb.) A multi v:.be:'8.to:-j.?nrt lJr:E could replace a bench test Giln/Amp in field use. The a!:!J'-7..L-::l fo:t'!!lulation of course, would d.eter:nine the magnetic ldck of the proj·· ectile. A diode may be needed to short the back E:£? of the coils fiel~ collapse. The larger the l::urrent and faster the pulse,the faste:- the projectile 'Ifill be kicked" Gilnerators work on t!llB pr'...nciple and it

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The belief that our Earth bas a basic harmonic ymmetry is very ancient. Socrates told his pupil Simmias: 'My dear boy, the rea! earth viewed from above is supposed to look like

one of those balls made out of twelve pieces of skin sewn together.' Some 2000 years later, in the 1960s, three Russian scientists had the idea of re-examining the globe to see if any pattern should emerge linking significant places in history; it did. After several years' research in Moscow, they published their findings in Khimiya i Zhizn, the popular science journal

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According to their hypothesis, the crystal can still be seen in twelve pentagonal slabs covering the surface of the globe - a dodecahedron.

Overlaid on this are 20 equilateral triangles.

The entire geometric structure, they claim, can be seen in its infl.uence on the siting of ancient civilizations, on earth faults, magnetic anomalies, and many other otherwise unrelated locations, which are placed either at the intersections of the grid, or along its lines.

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TUI= I AqSEN FILE (The CRYSTAL BALL)

RICHARD L. CLARK/GRAVITY /ET AL

[The following material is being~eprinted verbatim as received. Above the heads many of us, but some of you may find it fascinating. ---H. L. ]

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10'2. Hz. FREQUENCY PHENOMENA: ZERO POINT RA-

DIATION. GRAVITY, AND SPARK DISCHARGE DATA Boyer: Hard vacuum data in August,1985 "Scientific American". Frequency data around 10" Hz. "Magic Window" between microwave and heatwave frequencies.

Spark discharge frequency: "Matter, Energy, and Radiation", 1941.

Clark: Gravity wave propulsion data. Schauberger: Water suction vacuum systems that would generate ic'" Hz in Project V-7 data, etc. (flow directionalized)

Searl: Flywheels rotating at ionization

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speeds (spark discharge) generate 10 ~ Hz. We already know that gravity is a frequen

Brown: High voltage capacitors would gener- cy of about a trillion cycles per second-

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ate 101- Hz. (spark discharge) 1000 GHz, or 1,000,000,000,000 Hz. That's

Pajak: Spark chamber drive systems would on the order of 10'2. Hz. This frequency is

generate lOll- Hz. in the upper radar(microwave) to lower in-

Tesla: Spark discharge and capacitor r u sh.i.ng frared areas.

systems would generate 101~ Hz. (see Carr & PART OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRU

Mathews da t a , )

FreqGravity bomb: High energy spark discharge in

Earth's subsurface--rupturing outward 1800 uency

(Hz) latitude from generator at wave point colli-

sions. Tremendous light flash on Earth surface rupture, followed by vacuuming implosion-explosion shock front waves. Energy rupture assumes torus shape and then explodes upward as a mushroom shape. (supposea "A"

and "H" bombs)

General data:

1) Tesla's Colorado Springs Unit Ball stuck 100 to 500 feet in the ground, below sea level. First used as a weapon in 1908 at

Russian wasteland, then in 19LfS on Japan to

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set up "Cold War" fears.

2) "Philadelphia Experiment" was mul tjuni t directional beams version of this 10' Hz frequency technology. Caused invisibility and location jump of the Eldridge. This was not a degaussing magnetic phenomena.

~Two spark discharge beams aimed to a cornmon focal point and pulse delay fired, creates instant heat combustion in human targets. Generated "spontaneous combustion" or the "hot job".

4) Saucer landing site soil and plant micro wave and infrared burns are side band radiations of the spark discharge drive radiating through the unshielded bottom of the saucer.

5) Saucer-radiated intense magnetic fields are a natural side effect of spark discharg propulsion "super-coils" magnetic effects. 6) Early bell-shaped saucer "wobblies" are synchronization instabilities in the spark discharge propulsion units.

7) Saucer crew silvery or metallic jumpsuits are safety clothing against side band microwave and heatwave leaks in the spark discharge propulsion system.

8) Electrical/electronic equipment failures (automObile ignitions, etc.) near saucers is due to atomic level disruptions to electron flow in conductors caused by the spark discharge propulsion units radiations.

Permission is given to anyone to copy or publish all or any part of the above data.-----Richard LeFors Clark, Ph.D.

------ July 27, 1985

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[The following is also quoted verbatim from the Clark material I received.--H.L.] PROTOTYPE CONSIDERATIONS

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All we need to generate gravity waves is to find materials that work in the microwave to infrared range. Easy enough. Just look through some electronics books at the library. (This is where I am at now.) We don't need much-power for a small remote controlled unit of a foot or so. I've heard of loz crystals lifting over 50 Ibs by antigravity mea~~! ~~~~~iIi;

THE PHILADELPHlA EXPERIMENT AND A HODEL OR GERMAN PROJECT Y-1 DESIGN

By: RICHARD L. CLARK

The famous United States Navy tests in 194) on [he ship the Eldridge were c a l Le d "The Philadelphia Experiment" in most of the Li t e r a t ur e and in the recent movie on the subject. The supposed purpose of these tests was radar invisibility via high powered EM generation. The supposed disasters were the invisibility and the location jump to Norfolk, Virginia and back to the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

The theory that cross-axial high powered

EM radiation would deflect or absorb radar does not fit facts, then or now. Stealth designs and other minimum radar profile t e chn i que s are passive designs. The Navy got the idea for the experiment from the crossaxial EH experiments of Kowsky and Frost on crystals that: levitated. The Eldridge was to be a giant metal crystal in effect, under the influence of this very powerful two axis (crossaxial electromagnetic field. The Navy was experimenting with levitation (flying ships) which would be a tremendous weapons movement advantage in war. A war ship once levitated would have theoretically near zero inertia and could be easily propelled at hundreds of .iles per hour to a new location for combat purposes. A twenty kno t surface speed for a .hip is nothing compared to a 500 knot ~ speed. And just think about: c ar go IDOvement to Engl and and the Pac i f ic front s wi thout losses to enemy submarines at those speeds.

The experiment on the Eldridge worked perfectly as far as the sh i p is concerned. It was levitated and flown from Philadelphia to Norfolk and back. The glow or cloud around the Ellilridge 'was a smoke screen to cover up the disappearance, much like the stage props used by maglC:lllns. Who would look thousands of feet in the a ir for a missing war ship which moved off rapidly? So, of course it disappeared on surface-type radars and to human observers. Wouldn't you makE: up a cover story of "radar invisibility" t e s t s to hide levitation

weapons? The o n l y p r o b l em WdS the e f r e c t s un the exposed human c r vv , The human bra i n and body cannot tolerate ma s s i v o , crud" electromagnetic fields. Some of the crew ve nt insane, some jumped overboard, and "II suffered ma s s i v e Iy . There are no Eldridge survivors i n r e r i c-vs any ... here in public information. Where is that crew? The Eldridge was sold or given to the Greek Navy after the war.

This levitat ion technology, which is very

similar to the German V-7 levitating fighter plane project, went back to the bench for a while. The theory was stolen from the Germans via the Canaris-Dulles spy group. The technology is simple enough to understand as a gravity levitation system. The simple electromagnetic coil Lev i t a t o r on pages 20 and 21 of this report explains it and can be modified to two axis to dupl icate i t, All that is necessary to do is make four coils th~t are placed vertically on a small square frame at the corners, just as the EM ant ennas were placed on the Eldridge or under V-7. This is how Kowsky and Frost levitated their crystal via a two axis EM feed system (but qua r t z crys t a l s .well 8 times in volume under this Bll input, while _tOlls don't>. Because of the use of e l e c tr oeaagne t s rather than Hertz EM, we cannot use iron to levitate the model, but aluminum will do just fine as the .hips _tal for the model Eldridge or V-1.

The easiest design for a model Eldridge or V-7 is to mount the four vertical electro-magnets on t he four corner edges of the aluminum plate itself. Place the coils vertically so that the electromagnets' Bloch. Walls f aed directly toward the center bottom of the plate from below. This

means that the coils are vertically less than one half above the horizontal aluminum plate and more than one half below the plate, like a table whose legs stick up at an angle. Adjust the height and tilt of the four coils with respect to the plate for maximum levitation. This design aids Earth's gravity push to cause the levitation effect. This model Eldridge or V-7 is best tested out of doors and should be handled with extreme caution. Be lure that the A.C. circuit breakers can t ak e the current load unless D.C. is used for the electromagnets. Allow plenty of wire lead length to the coils to permit lift off of the model Eldridge or V-7. Only turn it on for a brief moment as it will left beyond wire length and crash. Add appropriate current controls for a hovering mode of controlled levitation and only operate it for 5 to 10 seconds at 1I0st, due to coil heating problems.

If the type coils called for are used, a total levitating Eldridge or V-7 platform weight of 20 to 30 pounds at least should work. The total weight is the plate and the four coils plus wire drag all added together. Once the design idea is understood lIuch better levitating platforms can be built. For example, Ku metal coil cores that are heat radiating finned inside would improve zhe basic design. An aluminum foil "saucer" shell and .teerable hroizontal thrust make a complete saucer IIIOdel.

All this design has done is take the l ev i t a t o r and attach it to the levitated plate. A considerable part of the four coils' gravity (Bloch Wall) energy is directed from below into the plate but it cannot escape the levitating force in this~esign. In fact, you could design the four coils as an undercarriage attached left unit, exactly expanding the original levitator.

Attached are Schauberger notes and pictures.

The full information on Project V-7 and the Philadelphia Experiment are hidden in the National Archives.

**IIOTE: If you would like to have a copy of these notes and pictures, (not 'printed here), please write to Advanced Sciences Research & Development Corporation, Inc . , P.O. Box 109, Lakemont, Georgia 30552, ~enclose a self-addressed-stamped-enve lope), and we w~ll be happy to provide you a copy.

BY: RICHARD LEFORS CLARK

Donny Stoneman, 4, Rd his mother, .!: . .!. '" "" '" = Ethel. were visiting a shopping mall in De- 8 ~::§ ~ -= ~ troit. ML. when the little boy suddenly ~ ~ § E<~'(;; .r:.'_ c.-.s: :3; ..c:

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·'1 stood there crying. I was in shock.

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This notion of Newton's was never satisfactory and in the last part of the 19th Century the Austrian physicist and philosopher Ernst Mach turned his critical mind to it Mach, whom. we all know for his Mach numbers of aerodynamics, was also a forerunner of the Vienna Circle which developed logical positivism. To him anything beyond observation-s-such as absolute space-was unreal. Hence he proposed that inertia was a reference to all the matter in the universe By all the matter in the universe he meant all the fixed stars, or in our day, when we realize that the cosmos is made up of vast numbers of stars collected in vast numbers of galaxies, to all the galaxies. For Mach an object subject to the laws of inertia was relative to all the stars, or as we would say today, all the nebulae.

Yet Mach's principle, as Einstein called it, had a difficulty. It did not supply any physical link between the stars and an inertial system. Mach just substituted the universe for Newton's absolute space as a system of coordinates in which objects existed and moved. He did not take us any further down the road to showing what inertia is. or why it works the way it does.

Perhaps we should say, rather, that he took us a little way and he took Albert Einstein a very long way

In 1916 Einstein proposed his General Theory of Relativity In effect it was a theory of universal gravitation and inertia. Einstein reduced the two forces to the same thing and expressed this in his famous Principle of Equivalence: gravitational and inertial forces are indistinguishable and equal. His illustration of this is a man in an elevator deep in space. The man is away from any large objects. If the elevator is moving uniformly at any constant speed, from a very small

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will seem to be quite weightless. He will sense no motion nor any grav-

o ity. However, if the elevator speeds up, if it is pulled by its cosmic cable along the direction of the man's height at an increasing speed, the man will begin to feel as if gravity is acting upon him. When a certain acceleration is reached, equivalent in earth measurements to 32 feet per second, per second, as a result of the friction which was not possible and this causes a release of energy-the luminosity seen about the saucers, especially at night.

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AT THIS POINT perhaps we should review what we have

said and what we have not said.

In a sense, we have explained how the saucers fly but we have not explained how the gravity-inertia screen is generated. Sometimes when flying saucers are observed during the day through polaroid glasses, and some photographs of saucers, exhibit a kind of halo or corona about them. Of course, this well may be a physical token of the screen. However, the way it is produced is still a mystery, at least to this writer.

I t is almost certain that in some way the field involves electricity and magnetism-for the effects of both have been noticed in connection with saucers. It is also likely that nuclear energy is used in the generation process, because increase in radioactivity background levels also accompany UFO flights. But of the exact mechanisms which

produce the screen we know nothing. Research in this area is highly classified. The earth power which first develops the technique will have an immense military advantage. It may render not only aircraft, but ballistic missiles obsolete.

LET us CONSIDER what man's mastery of gravity and inertia may mean for his life on earth and his progress in space--if other races aUow him to make any. In the first place, down here on earth the control of both gravity and inertia may well transform much of our economic system. We can think immediately IOf gravity-free airplanes plus the advantages of being able to control the inertia which governs (and hampers) so much of our lives.

If inertia can be controlled a

five-year-old child can bounce an elephant upon its knee; the work of the world may be done with tiny

amounts of energy-depending, of course, on how much is needed to produce the gravity-inertia screen We may be able to move mountains with only the quantity of electricity to light a house. The whole phenomena of friction may be within our range of manipulation 00 railroad trains may be able to rush down their tracks covered with an inertial screen driven by only fractional horse-power motors.

The idea of inertia-free flight opens up interesting possibilities for space travel. Given inertia-free flight space may no longer be a barrier to solar travel.

Some astronomers and physicists, : pointing to the enormous amounts . of energy required to accelerate even a tiny payload near enough to I the speed of light to make the jourI ney to the nearest star in any reasonable period of time, have heJd

the view that the only communication mankind will ever have with intelligent life elsewhere in the galaxy is by radio.

The distances between stars are measured in light years and only a limited number of stars are within one-half the light year equivalent of four score and 10. Thus the necessity for approaching the optical velocity in interstellar travel becomes obvious. Yet, even to approach it under the old law of inertia is a difficult matter: some scientists believe it is impossible.

Dr. Frank Drake illustrates the problem by calculating that to deliver the Encyclopedia Briitanica to our nearest stellar neighbor would require such a huge rocket that its blast-off would incinerate the entire state of Florida.

Other scientists, of course, have believed that inter-stellar travel is possible, even under the limitations of an inertial world. The great German physicist, Professor Singer, once proposed an inter-stellar vehicle capable of sweeping up the hydrogen atoms in space in a gigantic net and converting them into fuel along the way.

But if we are able to develop a gravity-inertia screen we mav be able to approach the optical ;elocity with very little energy actually required.

It also may mean that higher species, who long ago discovered the same technique, have voyaged back and forth between the stars quite regularly. This would, in turn increase the likelihood that our solar system is visited by races

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An arrangement of five human beings can be used as a quadrupole gravity ant perform levItation of the central person. The weight of the central person, lev does not aat,ter and the lack 0:( etrength or size of the four levi tators is not i What is important is the form of the quadrupolar positions around the central le' The lev1tators should be 45 degrees off the magnetic compass directions of :~orth etc •• tor aaximum effectiveness. Secondly, alternation of male and female j)f tht tatOrs adds to the gravity antenna' s power. Thirdly, the hand stack on the head central levitatee by the levitators should not have l1ke-gendered hands tou(:hing. need to think of anything-- just hold the hands stacked on the levi tatee' s head fc count of ten. On the tenth count remove the stacked hands quickly and plaCE~ one each on the j~our corners of the chair. The person 1n charge of counting says "11 up goes the levi tatee. Below are the general directions under the name of "Party tion" • Ple&!le add .y directions above to this data •

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To do Party Levitation you will need five people. one to be

levitated - henceforth to be called the leviraeee - and four to do the levitating - henceforth to be called the leviraterr.

The leviuree sits in a chair and the four levitators sund around him ~ that they form a square. One levitator should sund to the leviratee 's left. and just behind his left shoulder. Another [evitator should sund in front of him and to his left. close ·to his lefL knee. The ocher two

'Icvitators should stand on the right side of the leviraeee's body and in similar positior».

Now the object of Party Levitation is to malce the levitatec's body SO light in weight that the four levitaeors can lift him several [eet into the air using a single finger each. If the experiment is performcd properly none of the levitators wi,'l feci the slight~st res~sunce t.o their efforts. It win be as if the leviearee s body had lost lts weIght enrirely.

While the [eviratee is sitting, the four levirarors surround him in thc manner indicated and place their hands. one atop the: other. on his head. as if they were: healing him by the laying on of hands. !.~-;',

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Gravity waves are the quadrupole energy field as currently known. They would to be as the neutral center force field. But they are IIWch IIIOre commonly and easi generated than Establishment Physics would ever let on. All EM propagations have, ity field component and every electrical, magnetic, or stress system generates som' ity waves. Thl3 gravity generator devices that are contained in 'lAY papers are just source syst.eas, for -utility of artificially generated gravity. Nature produces gra' for her syste~;; We can produce and utilize powerful gravity fields for ours.

The corrections needed to gravity wave theory as 1 t currently stands are to iI ponte all of the other field effects, names, and data into a complete, engin4!erill€ form. We are llOwer:fully generating gravity, not passively lIIeasuring stellar bodies we need. the sta~dard flow. intensity, power, etc. equations for engineering dE!signs complete engine:er:lng layout for grav! ty field utility will look very similar 1;0 the trlcal and magn,etlc field systems in current use.

There are exactly three elementary forces which act at a distance. TheSEt are electrostatic. the magnetic, and the gravitational forces. The false argument.s to . rate the gravity force from the other two forces are based on nonexistent curvature. space as clalmed by relativists. Gravity 1s a physical reality and requires e.xpl~ as a physical foz-ce because it changes the state of JDOtion or rest of physically ree terial bocUes.

Further, the relativists cla.lm that because gravity cannot be ecreened (blockee is different f~)m the other two forces in nature. "Screening" of the magnetic and e trical forces Ls only neutralization and not really screening at all. The pol.arizat properties of the magnetic and electrical forces cause magnetic or dielectric ;polari of the mass elelllents on which they impact, causing opposing magnetic or electr1c for exist which count.exact. the effects of the original forces. This process is neutrali tion and not sC~'een1llg of electric and magnetic forces. The lack of polarizaUon in gravity field Ls why it cannot be neutralized. As a neutral center force e.Leaerrt , g cannot have polarities by definition. But it 1s still just as basic a genezat.ed for the polarized forces of the magnet or the electric fields.

For a basic Wlderstand1~ of 't.hese three force fields consider the electric and netic rlelds'-as-flow-fields-and-grav1ty-as-a pressure field generatedatthe-- .

meeting of the two flow fields. The two antithetical flow force fields (electric anc magnetic) meet and genezat.e a neutral center pressure force field (gravity). To visl

- - - this concept eaai Ly , look at the bar magnet drawing (figure 1) attached. The south .f flows and the north pole flows meet and generate a neutral center, Bloch liall,Nhich weak pressure (~:avity) generator.- Later we will cover the magnetic devices as gravi generators in !DOl:e detail.

Establishment Physics claims that the electrical and lIIagnetic fields are vect.o r fields (three vector: components) and that gravity is a tensor field (nine vector comp nents) • But th1~; is word magic--actually , math magic. The gravity tensor is ,just t conjunction, neut.ral center meeting, of the two other fields' vectors. Techniccu.ly, tensor is a nine-'component aathematlcal object called a tensor of the second rank. Tt type of tensor 115 oj~ten treated 11 terally as the conjunction of two three-components \ tors. Thus, we bavo defined gravity as the neutral center force, generated by the elt trical and magnetic forces at conjunction. See figure 5 for the llathematics. I will Waste time discussing "curved spacetime" concepts or thell wild origins. D1sinformatl of this rank deaervas a aedal or two and has received them (Nobels).

There are only three physical (real) dimensions in thie universe. Time is '::lnly t instantaneou:s passage of these three phySical dimensions. Time Is NOT a dimens11,n of

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At this point we can now model the three dimensional univeree's three force field under the concept a of the triadic element syetem of CURT. The two anti thet1ca.l force flelds, the lll.agnet.ic and the electric ,two vector force flelde) .eet and generatEI grav a neutral center :force field (conjunction of the other two field vectors, a tenso'r of . second rank :force field). Simpl1 iea;-:two vector force fIelds Ileet (conjunction) and generate a 'third force field which can be understood and aanlpulated as a simple

two vector system (tensor). The conjunction of two dipolar generated force field vectc

'!'ne simplest communicatlons system is a transm1 tter and a receiver. A spark dls-

. charge. unit is a transmitter (zsource) by design and a simple prest.£essed crystal is a receiver or detector (sink) by design. Any pairing of source and sink. gravity device elements will give you the basf c communications system. Audio or Morse code variations can then be impressed on the source, to be expressed by the sink. This basic communications system can easily be expanded to replace all current EM systems with gravity systems.

A much more elegant usage IOf gravity waves in information systems is in crystal computers and data banks. The processing, zstorage and retrieval of IlaSsive information in gravity systems computers open whole new horizons to our utility. These information systems would by their very nat.uz-e all be interconnected for maximum power to the user ,

Let us now look at the c:overt conauni cat.Lcns systems of gravity technology. All

of the psychic phenomena (PSI) talent.s and abilities are based on gravity Wave transmission and reception. The human brain is a gravity device (generator and detector)

which is mistakenly measured in side effect actl vi ties and functioning. The standard human PSI abilities like telepathy, psychotemetry, PK, etc. are easily understood as gravity source and sink systems in real time or ilIImediate activities. Most humans block this gravity information system but a few have developed it to a high state of utility. Human P3I ability can be unblocked or enhanced lby various methods both active and passive.

The PSI abill ties of remote VieWing/astral projection are location moving. Pre- . cognition (precall) and postcognition are time IDOvlng problems that are not currently understood. Actually these P.SI abilities are based on a human built-in gravity antenna and amplifier :system which is tunable and directional. This built-in receiver design system SOl!lehow got the name "the Third Eye" in literature. Think of it as a directional, tunable, high gain receiver unit and these PSI place and time problems are easily understood. The place problem is .signal gain and selection from there (remote) to here (local) and explains relOO:te viewing/a,stral projection. The problems in the comprehension of PSI abili ties called. pre co gni tion (precall) and postcogn1tion are the result of misconceptions about the nature of timl! 1 tself. The events in time are fixed, preset ~ and existent, whether past or future. Time is only the intervals between these preset events

and nothing else. Thus, our l?SI receiver syat.em can pick up the gravity information signals from the past or the future, bringing then (other times) to now (current time). So, our PSI receiVer receives gravity signals fz'Om both relOOte times and places and does it in local reality (here and now).

Many people use placebo devices for PSI abll1ties. These psychotron1c devices, dowsers, etc. seem to help utUize the talents of the user. But, the talent is 1n the human operator and not in the 'box or rod. The devices are extremely helpful but not system functioning necessary.

The white noise recording, or interest a few years ago, is gravity :signal processing via crude devices. A thrE!e axis prestressed crystal pickup 'WOuld greatly improve the results of these recordin.g; systems. See ~udive data or my "Talking to the Past" paper.

The human aura, the grav1.ty fleld radiation of the human body stress system, has many uses. It is the bulk information storage of humans and their physical and emotional radiations. The utility of acupuncture and reflexology are based on internal/external field to 'body reactiorus wi thil1l this human gravity !.teld. Medicine would find lleans of diagnosis and cure in the devd ces of gravity sin.ks and sources.

Extremely Low Frequency (EU') devices for mind control or aineral detection should be replaced with zsuperior gravity generators and detectors. The gravity zsignal levels and zsignatures are far better than the EM signals of ELF for these purposes. Don't use ai.de effects when a direct, main source is aVa1:Li.ble for your desigrus. A reliable lie detector can be designed on human gravity radiat10ns.

From this brief overview it can be seen that gravity Wave systeJllS of communications offer a very bright, broad, and exciting future. Each area aentioned could be covered in u.ny books and create Whole industries. The future !Is gravity field control in all of i tzs aspect.s ,

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1. CURT's Mirror lmagel ~rhe neutral center element could be taken as primary and generates the two antitheUcal elements. It. works obversed or reversed.

2.' Electromagnetic Coil Gleometry for Bloch Wall Shapingl The shape of the Bloch Wall of electromagnets can 'be formed by irregular coil winding or cores (application

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Gravity 1s Pressures Gravity 15 a pressure wave because it is etress waves containing energy. mass, and IlIIOmentum. Gravity waves are tensor in nature, radiated from quadrupole sources. The gravity waves have circular polarization. Gravi ty is a ;push in relative terms because it is radiated pressure.

Tillel Time is only the instantaneous passage of nows. Nature functions as a sequence (serial) system. Time (~Iequence) keeps everything from happening at once. Time is

not & physical d1mensi,on··-i t is only a convenient and useful concept for humans.

Energy and MaSSI The int.erchange of energy and Illa!!S is not related to veloc1t~. The interchange of energy and IllaSS is through gravity (E to G to M and M to G to E). Socalled cosmic "red shift" is an example of this process in action. Cosmic "light bend"

15 ~ "curved spacetime" but conversion lens effects near large bodies' G fields.

Light Speed. Light veloc:i ty is the physlcal 11mi t on mass and energy in the physical universe.

Antimatter I In the gravlL ty conversions of IilalSS and energy there is some leakage or partial conversions. Some of this poorl;r converted mass or energy items could be de-· fined as antimatter. There is l!£ antiunlverse necessary or real.

Conservation Balances The total E,M, and G in the physical universe is constant.

Radioactive Waste and Weapons (7)s The 901y reason for the existence of radioactive elements is that the External IlII1Iled1ate Energy Environment is too low. Containment elf radioactive process or wa.:ste within a very high G field would stop all radioactivity" If radioactive weapon~i can exist they can easily be stopped by high concentration G beams.

10. Fusion Plasma ContaltllIlentl In fusion plasma systems the use of G field containment in place of magnetics would prove highly successful. MHO systems, far over-unity, are passi ble with proper G: field applications.

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11. Medicine I The human radiations and receptivity to gravity can ,be used for diagnosis and treatment.

12. Lie Detectorl The h\U~ radiations of gravity can be used for 100% reliable lie detectors.

13. Psychologyl The Broken 8 (gravity device) design of the human brain explains the· .Ra._ tional and Intui 1.1 ve ~lem1s!lheres_and the cross connection system. Psychic a bill ties-j ax:_e_ the human gravity proc:es50r~1:ri:-a1n 's) natural abilities. , (TR.ltlTY (S7~.f_g~ -raJ~r(I

14. Human !,.anguage, Logic II and Mathematics I All of these are two element (flatland) systems and ~ be .,d1f'ied to third axis real1!I ID&pping systems.

1.5. NeutIal Center Element.sl All neutral center eleJMnts contain both of the antithetical elements' total attri1butes plus their 1.nteractiOl18. Gravity is the neutral center elelIent for the force fields and the neutron is the neutral center element particle. The gravity field and the neutron are coaxia~, the electric field and the electron are coaxial, and the lIIagIlet:lc field and the proton are coaxial, relative to three _d~me_~ionaJ._ reference.

16. Gravity's Powera Gravity holds the entire universe together. It rolls billions of tons 9~ ~9~~ water in the tldes. Gravity is not a weak force in nature and artificial gravity generation is not a weak pown:- !system.

'"~~ It is the nuclei structures of the ferrous elements that make them

-.agnetic acceptors and wealdy bound nuclei, not the electron orbitals, which only match the dictated structural fox'ces of the nuclei. The new super magnetic compounds only exist because they aake the~ imbalanced magnetic susceptibility even more pronounced via the IIOlar bounds.

The atomic elellent paJ:-ticle structures are not bolated from their external immediate energy fields. There is a dyn.a.m1c balance of structural existence to energy fields OVer soille amall range of tolerance. If the stable energy tolerance is exceeded, the nuclei w111 break up. These particles will then reunite in a structural pattern fitting the energy enVironment within the allc,wed Patterns and partIcles available. This is briefly the

basis of both organic and inorganic transmutations found in Kervran (organic) and Kush! (inorganic). Both fission (lowering elements) and fusion (raising elements) can be achieved. by low power cbanges in the external immediate energy environment of the proper kind.

An inorganic example clf this external iued1ate energy environment transmutation is the Kushi experiment of aa, king potassium (19) from sodium (11) and oxygen (8) under control of the external Immedlate energy environment. The sodium is placed in a vacuum

(10 I~Hz) and a current pa:med through it (spark discharge between grains, 10/2. Hz) which

- raises the gravity field strength well above the tolerance of stabill ty for this element.

Thus, when oxygen is introd.uced into the vessel of sodium, a certain amount of potassium forms froll the unbound particles of sodium and oxygen elements. The external imm~...iate energy environment, even le,w powered, can thus achieve fusion and fission (transmutations). A great deal of the life proceases of organic systeIl15 depend on this low power fission

and fusion as the research of Kervran has shown. The basic system is exactly the same

for organic and inorganic ,&lement transmutatlon. By moving the external immediate environment upward to fusion or downward to fission the control of transmutation is achieved. The atomic elements are the same in your body or on a lab bench. The processes of translIlUtation are the same also.

Because of the low power systems input, this method of fission and fusion works up through the ferrous elements and is great for life processes. Again, my view of the Segre chart shows that the hump at Cycle I confirms this transmutation limit problem in the low numbered elements. The nuclei binding energy curve was decreasing from H to Fe (iron) so a little push had great effects. It 1s an additive system of fusion from elelIIents #1 to 26 and fission is harder because it is bucking the nuclei power curve. But fission can be done in this area via lowering external field power (sinks).

Interestingly, the elements from i];on up to near the top of Cycle III can not be easily dealt with, but at this top point in Cycle III the system works again. The very low elements and the very high elements are open to easier transmutation. Nature's balance or 8ymmetry calls for these effects. At the extreme upper end elements we know that they naturally decay (f15sion) downward from 84 through 92 via radioactive dischargE: 0 These radioactive elementf~ are dumping particles and internal energy to aatch the external immediate energy envi2'Onment. That is "le8.k1ng" fission or transmutation by definition or source particle structure using energy environment sinks to transmute downward. Looking at the Segre chart~ (or binding nuclei curve) we are again in an additive power JIOde doing fission on thehie;h numbered elements. The problem of altering radioactive waste decay (atolllic balfllfe) only requires making the sink (external immediate environ.ent) IIOre powerful. The:5e powerful external sinks would operate also on the stable

high numbered elements.

The sink problem reqtlires a good analysils of the energies involved and is the inverse of the source probll'IDs for external fields. In both cases, source or sink, altering the external 1mmediatl' environment is the lIIethod of achieving fission or fusion transautation of these element:s. On the low numbered elements fusion is easier and on the high numbered elements fission is easier a= we are going with the natural nuclei power curves. Care in the form of i5h.1el.lUng must be allowed for in tranSlluting the radioactive elements

. downward rapidly by this lilethod. The intelllgent reader w11l realize that lead and merCury 'can be brought d.own (f.1.:5sioned) to gold via a powerful external sink. Also he can figure out both ends of t,h1:!!~ system easily.

This leaves only one critical subject, atomic weapons, to be covered. A little thought aoout wbat you have just read would answer the questions about their reality.

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In as much as there is continual interest in 'space age' technology that could "~ concievably be worked up by the average mechanic ,let me comment here with some ~.:.;~}

opinions. Over the years I haue been aware of dozens of projects that gave hig"h)L,~r hopes but only wasted time and money in the end. Hhile there is always hope, of "'!~V}: course, the odds are high agair.st success for a number of reasons I can mention. t 1st,most projects involving energy savings are going to come to the attention of ~.=l~\) some of the energy moguls of this planet. These 'elite' interests have never all"':,:!:/ owed any major threats to their profits or control to gain he adwav on the market. ~~,~, You will assuredly be suppressed or stopped in your tracks if you buck the cartels.

A second reason for treading softly in areas involving energy & space propulsion,

is the fact that the cartels already have systems so far beyond wha t the public gets wind of,that there is little reason for the average person to spin their wheels over the same ground. The 'elite' have had interplanetary craft for years now & if you are plugged in to the right insiders,you can verify this. NASA and most lower level Gov't projects and hardware is simply there to keep the 'elite's' profi.ts pouring in and the public placated enough to allow the huge space program tax loads to continue.

The elite have every intention of eventually spreading their domination systems to the furthest corners of the universe. They already have many bases on the Moon and Mars. Few persons in the lower echelons of Gov't service are aware of such bases & such futuristic hardware,but many leaders are aware of the facts. The 1st asilIDnauts were told to be silent after they found a 'moon base during the 1st probes

To ensure that the priority technology and fuel profits remain in their hands, they see to it we only get gas burning vehicles that have changed little in 70 years. Even our aircraft are haplessly outdated. By controlling the media,publishing empires and schooling, they easily squeeze out any proposed competition or threats. Since the mid-Ie class Americans were the last great threat to their coming one world system plans, stripping the U.S. of it's power & wealth has been a priority project in past years. With our present indebtedness and loss of earning power, we shall soon be to the point that they can bring in their final credit~debit moneyless systems and have complete control of our economy. How our wealth & power was stripped away is all to plain to see,even to the most nieve. How they are irradicating many of the 3rd world and nonproducing humans is a little less obvious. Aids and drugs are tools that were put in place on purpose to solve some of this problem. Later, large scale wars '\-rill further cut down on populations,. The U.S. has been a favored country to the 'elite' because

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They've been talking about breakeven for 30 years, except that fusion experimenters refer to it in terms of "Q"-the ratio of energy produced to energy consumed, Now, after three decades of fitll and starts, of alternating exhilaration and frustration, Q e-qual to one will almost certainly be realized in a magnetic-confinement nuclear-fusion r'eador nl"xt yoar or the vear after,

H~nor1l for that will go to the Tolta~ mak Fualon TNt Hl'llclur now und.1' t'oll~lru(1 iun III 1111' Princeton Plum. Physics Lab in Princeton, N.J,unl",,,., lilY' lab dlrectnr HArold ~'urth; "WI' ~il 01'1 our hllnd" 1100 11l11,"

Then th .. """''''Ar)' eornbination of ""actor prf'""url', tempernture, and time conditions 'Will lirsl be achieved in ono or tho .imilar tok amak ma· chine. now being built in Englund, Japan, and the U.S.S.R. Meanwhile, a research machine using an alternative approach-cthe Mirror Fusion Test Facility at Lawrence Livermore Lab in Livermore. Calrf. -will reach the threshold of break-even in 1985.

"The quustion uH'CI to be: Can we ever contain a hot plasma or does nature forbid this?" Mid Livermore's RIchard Pest. WhON career In the fusion progrnm goes back to itll inception. "Now we're looking for some factor of Improvement in confinement." The shin in .mpha~is i~ significant, for while the Q lTIilc~tnn. will concluslvely shew that man rnll hllme,," the power .aurce of the sun and ltan, It doel not lfUarantee that h. will.

Fulfillml'nt of fultion'" oft·dtl'd promise or safe, inexpensive, and virtually Ilmillelll energy III ~Ull many .ucce~" down the road. That will require Q's of eight, 10, or infinity to overcome unavoidable inefficiencies in putting energy into and taking it oul uf a ruetor. It will alllO require maatcry or a ~osl of complex technol-

I nenla. Until now, acceseory systems have been developed only as needed to meet physics objectives. For example. huge neutral-beam particle accelerators have been widely used to heat plasmae to near-fusion temperatures, but little work has gone into moresophisticated and -efficient radio-frequency and magnetic-compression heating systems. Components that are unrelated to plums confinement, such as energy-conversion systems and fuel-breeding blankets, have gotten almost no attention at all. And those technologies that have been incorporated into the current mao chines-huge niobium-titanium 8U' perconducting coils on Livermore's new tandem mirror ane! the tritiumhandling fBdlitieR all Princeton's new tokamllk- hAvpn't hl'f'n intollTRtI'C1 in " complete reartor dt'AiR'T\.

ogies-including ultrapowerful new heating syaterns, gigantic supereonducting magnets, and fuel-breeding lithium "blankets't=that have hardly been tackled yet. Finally, these must all be put together in an economical package. In short, the physics effusion ia not yet done ... and the engineering is only beginning.

First, some basics. Fusion occurs when two hydrogen nuclei (actually, heavy isotopea of hydrogen) collide at such high enerRie~ that they don't bounce apart but combine, forming helium. In the process, a huge amount or onprllY i. N'lpa"Nl in th" motion of the now particles. In the lowest-tomperature fusion process-the IOO·million.d"lfT"I' ... ·C dflultlrium·tritium !"e' action-most of the l'nprlC)' com I'll out aA very fast-moving free neutrons.

Of eourse, hytlnlKt'" t1ot'. not fUae under ordinnry conditions, only when the temperature and pressure of the plasrna (the disaaeociuted IIOUp of hydrogen nuclei ond electruna) are sufficiently high that numerous highspeed collisions occur. The necessary conditions can never be achieved in a physical container, because collisions of the particles with the vessel walls would both cool them down and introduce reaction-poisoning wall Impurltie. into the plasma. Therefore, the principal thruat of fusion research, tailed magnetlc conlinement, has beoln tp perfect a means of containing charged plA~ma particles within extremely powerful magnetic fields.

There are several ways to build a mag net ic bottle (Sl'e drawings!. The method (hilt so fnr ha~ achieved the be.t relult. I. a reactor type called a tokamak ··11 doughnut-shaped bottle whol4! magnetic-Held lines close on themselves. The next-rnoat-successful Ily"tem ill the magnetic mirror, a tubular bottle whORe field lines narrow but don't close at the ends.

Both geometries have inherent lirnitarions. Because their magnetic-field lines curve, tokamak plusmas can

All the pleces uf lht! puult! will hP put togl'thflr in two larlfe tokRmnk", the Fusion EnlfinN'rinll Devlre mandated by ConJlTf'!l1I and the multinational Intl'maUnnal Toknmllk f{,'"r. tor, planned for th. early 1990' •.

But that target ia subjeet to econornIe realitie., and the American machine i. already .Iipping. The DOE'II magnetic-fusion budget, running at about $350 million a vear, would have to almost double for work to begin on the Fusion Engineering Device. ~We're just thankful the rest of the program is alive," Harold Furth IBid.

The delay will push back the DOE master plan for commercial fusion. The next ltage after englnHring fualbility i8 demonstration: a machine that matea the advanced technologies and advanced physicI to produce net

euddenly erupt from the magnetic bot tJI. These instabilities are controlla ble, but only when plasma denaities are kept low. Thus, their ratto of plasma pressure to magnetic-field preslure--ealled "beta" -mu!lt remain low, limiting their theoretical power output. More serious, tokamaks are by nature pulsed: They need a periodic jolt of induced current in the plasma to establish a necessary part of their magnetic field. Such cycling would produce severe stresses on reactor components, an engineering penalty.

Mirror machines, being linear, suffer fewer stability problems, so their beta can be high, but they lose plasma out the ends. Result: Single-cell mirrors could never produce practical amount! of power, Multi-mirror mao chine. likP the Riant tandem now going In at Livermore could do so, but the Isntestle complexity orlll! ~1"l!Qrl.t'd !."Oilll ill ailio an I'('onomic drawback.

Tokamak and mirror partillnnll are ~ually realistic about the future. "Toknmnk. willlMo th" veh le l .. thlll prov. .ciontifir fl'lI11ihility, hilt it doesn't necessatily follow that they're the bellt canditlatl'N for power reactors," Princeton's Furth told me. "What we have to do now," said Livermore physicist B. Grant Logan, "is make a commercial product, and that goes far beyond mere scientific feasibility."

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In the running for the commercial plant of the future talonj: with improved varianta of the tokam.ak and mirror) are the hybrid bumpy torus (drawing), the previously front-running stellerator, now revived, and such advanced cqncepts BII Ileldreversed mirrors and compact tori.

"We can't afford to make thorn all into big machines." My" Jim Kline, aetlng chler of the Department of Energy'. Offlce or 1'ulllon F::nl'rgy. "But we wont to have Ii big menu to choose from when it comes time to build a demonstration plant."

Before that, an intermediate gener· ation of machines will test and integrate the many needed reactor compo-

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But there may be a futl'r route to eommerclal ruslon. Two ecrnpnnies are hlotting private dollars that ~mRII, non.superconducting machines with disposable part. will be more Konomical than the mainline reactoMl. Genera I Atomic, which also manages the Doublet program (photo) for DOE, i~privately developing a tokamak variant whose copper magnets are not shielded and are thus likely to bum up under neutron bombardment.

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rre ch ani ca l systems capable of incredible ~hterplanetary speeds. To supply power to their de s i g hn s they have also worked out some very sophisticated power generators. These de s ig has go far b eyo nd cOlll.("venti:nal fu s i o n power

de ai g hn s & projections. There plant directs the bare hydrogen Nuilei to the reaction charnb e r as in some other expe r-irn enta l models, but the Mag. matrix is altered to polarize the ion mass & provide a rruch different k superior interaction & optimized pa cki ng order. Their "F'o r ef'r out Fusion Folio' explains their power plant in gr eater depth & call be obtained by pu r cha s e r s of their· ifype_r~pace Mechanics report ($I2) Uai ag addresses in the report •..• ~

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Although most of the excitement in the field of magnetic fusion machines has fo- . cused recently on the "tokamak" designs [PS, Dec. '78). rival designs are by no means out of the running. First results from the Tandem Mirror Experiment. (TMX) being conducted at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are encouraging enough to warrant further development, TMX physicists report. The TMX uses magnetic "mirrors," which confine the superhot, ionized deuterium fuel-a plasma-in a central tube. Using the mirrors at each end of the tube-a concept developed independently in 1976 by U.S. and Soviet researchers-prevents the leakage of plasma that had plagued sin-

gle-mirror designs. Dr. T. Kenneth Fowler, Associate Director for Magnet;c-FusionEneqlY at Livermore, says the results indicate the tandem-mirror approach "will eventually offer a way of harnessing fusion energy reliably and economically."

Among the many "incredible" discoveries of Dr. Reich was hu unazinc "Oranur Ex~riment" in which he treated a $mall amount of nuclear material wilh strong eoneentrations of Orgone energy. The result was that the Nuclear Material was transConned into a totally different, more powerful fonn of energy which had become BENIGN' Thu new material Reich called ORUR-and it had fantastic LilePosiuve properues. Wht'n used in conjuction with hu weather<ontroi apparatus, the ORl!R had the ability to remove "Smog", build up clouds at wiU, brine or disperse rain. Repeated u~rimenlJ b,. Dr. Reich .od co-worlters demonstrated ~yood any doubt that MANMADE WEATHER COULD BE A Il£.

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The Earth's natural, 8.eli-oPerating cycle of refertil1zation is another design feature that points to artif1c:ially controlled creation and placement. When the soil cannot

-support plant life due to .lineral depletion, 'the 002., levels rise creating the "Greenhouse" effect. The equator area heats, evaporates far JIOre ocean water, and sends it north to the poles. The temperature) gradient has shifted so the glasiers build rapidly. These II&Ssiv. spreading ice sheet.s crush the granit.e rock beneath them to powder. The high south-blowing winds off thel glaeier:s spread t.hls gran! te dust all the way to the equator to a level of about six feelt. Ground granite is a perfect IIl1neral-rich soil (see the Hansel data). In this new, rich so11 the planet lile expands and brings back down the OO.i-levels and ends the Lee age. The Whole cycle takes over 100,000 years, but what is time to the Universe? Thi!~ of all the design problems in a self-regulating fertilization cycle to support plant. and animal life. Hamaker detailed this design years ago.

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[S d 12"xI2" plates. I he plates wIth the layers

econ letter on free energy, by are then glued to the box. Of course, on~-

Mr. Joseph H. CaterJ inch holes are made in the layers of foil

"In my article describing a device which and paper that fit over the top and bottom can obviate the need for fuel in an internal of the box. For each plate, 80 thicknesses combustion engine, I neglected to state that of newspaper and 40 thicknesses of aluminum the number of baffles used is critical. At foil are laid out and cut to the required least 40 in the unit shown is required and dimension. [Presumably, two newspaper layers the more the better as long as the flow of are placed together, then one aluminum, then air is not seriously restricted. Since the two newspaper layers, then one aluminum, etc article was written, the author has come up e~c.etc.--H.L.J Each layer is then secured with a greatly improved and easier to build wIth 3 or 4 spots of ordinary glue. After version. A step-by-step description of the the layers are attached to the box sides,

easiest way to construct one will now be a generous amount of masking tape can be

given. This is for a unit 12IixI2"xI8" in used to completely secure the many layers to

size. the box.

"The box is constructed of heavy plexi- "Fiber glass wool should be used instead

glass using epoxy glue to put it together. of any other kind of wool because glass

This time, the only baffles used are two has th~ property of concentrating orgone

sheets of plexiglass with 250/300 holes al~ng Its surface as Reichenbach [Wilhelm

drilled 1/16" in diameter in them and which ReIch?-HLJ found out. A choke should be

are evenly spaced throughout the 12'x18" ins~all~d on the ai~ inlet to shut off the

sheets. Spacers (i" thick) are positioned on engIne In case turnIng off the engine doesrlt the bottom of the box. One of the perforated do i~. The diesel engine ran wild after sheets is then placed over the spacers and runnIng out of fuel because of air that Clot

completely sealed with epoxy glue on all ~round the 'closed' throttle. A throttle

four edges which face the inside of the box. ~s ~ever completely closed to allow for

This produces a false bottom. Fiber glass IdlIng.

wool is then placed inside of the box, fill- . "The author covered a gallon glass jug ing the entire area to i" [1/4"J of the too wIth 30 layers of paper and copper foil of the box. The wool must be pushed only (alternate layers). T~e water from it is tightly enough into the box to allow air to phenome~al. Even a st~lnless steel blade

circulate. The air must have a chance to placed In a cup of thIS water soon becomes

circulate through the wool without being magnetized! It has been dowsed out that this

critically restricted. The second perforated water has the power to rejuvenate if used

sheet is then installed -:"[1/4"J from the regularly. The bottle is filled once a day

top of the box and completely sealed with and should ~e cl~a~ed out once a mo~th

epoxy glue on all four sides. The top plate because of ImpurItIes that are precIpitated

is then installed on the box. The top and out of the water and settle to the bottom."

bottom plates have one inch holes in which ---Joseph H. Cater

are inserted short one-inch diameter tubes. [Editor's Note: Well---there you have it!! The box must be sturdy enough.to wIthstand ror those of you who want to attempt its

str~sses produced by the suctlon of the ~onstruction Mr. Cater's designs/diagrams

engIne. '

appear on the following two pages. On paqe

"The next step is the installation of the 10appears his earlier sketch which I be=

40 alternate layers of aluminum foil and lieve, accompanied his first lette;. On

paper. This can be best done in the follow- page 11 appears his more recent, updated ing manner. Four pl exi ql ass sheets 12" x18" design as mentioned in his second letter. and two 12"xI2" are laid out. Two of the

12'XI8" sheets have one-inch holes in them No sketch for the gallon water jug was

available, but I would imagine that Mr.

to match the holes in the top and bottom Cater used newspaper for that project and plates of the box. Over each of these plates that he alternated between paper and cbpper are placed 40 alternate layers of paper and foil, Please note that on page 8 Mr. Cater

aluminum foil. The layers overlap on all specifically states that the final) outer

four sides by an amount equal to the total layer should be of paper , not metallic, thickn~ss ~f the 40 a~tern~te layers on the and, resumably that a layer of paper

two 12 x18 sheets WhICh fIt over the top actua~lY consisis of a double layer. Will

and bottom of the box 0 ~he other two 12"xI8", attempt to contact Mr. Cater and let Larsen plates have an overlappIng only along the 12 File readers know. Ye Olde Editor, H.L.J

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Bartrl Hard vacuum data in Auguet, 1985 "Scientific American". Frequency data around 10 Hz. "Magic Window" between microwave and heatwave frequencies •

. Spark discharge 1"reguenCII "Matter, Energy, and Radiation" t 1941.

Clarki Gravi ty wave pro'pulsion cia. ta.

~bergerl Water suction vacuUlD. system.e that would generate 1012 Hz in Project V-7 d&ta, etc. (flow d1rectlona.lized)

Searla Flywheels rotat1.ng at io:n1zation epeeds (spark d1echa.rge) generate Brown I High voltage cal)aci tors would generate 1012 Hz. (epark discharge)

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Teslal Spark discharge and capacitor rushing systems would generate 1012 Carr and Mathews data.)

Gravi ty 'bombl High enelrgy spark discharge in Earth' s subsurface-rupturing cutvard 180 0 latl tude, 180 a longitude from generator at wave point collisions. Tremendous light fla.sh on Earth su:t'face rupture, followed by vacuuming implosion-explosion shock front waves. Ene:r:gy rupture assumes torus shape and then explodes upward as a aushroon shape. (SUppoSI~ "A" and "H" bombs)

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1) Tesla • s Colorada Springe Un! t Ball stuck 100 to 500 feet in the ground, below

sea level. First used as a weapon in 1908 at Russian wasteland, then in 1945 on Japan to set up' "Cold War" fears.

2) "Philadelphia Experiment" was multiun..tt directional beams version of this 1012 Hz frequency technology. Caused invisibility and location jump of the Eldridge. This was not a degaussing magnetic phenomena.

3) Two spark discharge, beams aimed to a common focal point and pulse delay fired

creates instant heat - combustion in human targets. Generated. "spontaneous com-

bustion" or the "hot .jllb".

4) Saucer landing a1 tel soil and plant microwave and infrared burns are side band. radiations of the spar~; discharge drive radiating through the unshielded. bottom of the saucer.

S) Saucer-radiated 1nbnse aagnetic fielde are a natural side effect of spark dJ.scharge propulsion "sup4!tr-coils" lIagl1etlc effects.

6) Early bell-shaped uaucer "wobblies" are synchronization instabill ties in the spark discharge p:ropulJs1on un! ts.

7) Saucer crew silvery or aeta.llic jumpsuite are safety clothing against side band alcrowave and heatwave leaks 10 the spar~: discharge propulslon system.

8) Electrical/electrol:U.c equipment failures (automobile ignitions, etc.) near qucers is due to atom.1.c level disruptions to electron flow in conductors caused by the spark discharge ~)pulsion units radiations.

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LEVITATION (wEIGHT WS3) EAPLAINED

The reason for any wel~~ of a mass in gravitational fields is the counterpush of the two masses' gravi ty radJ~atlons. In humans we push more powerfully on the Earth via our stress body than t.he Earth pushes on us . The total of the two pushes of gravity is so-called weight. If we lose gravity (stress push) by radiating it as in the "party levitation" central .~lement (levitatee) we push less. As our push (gravity) decreases, the Earth's push effectiveness on us increases:- This is "weight loss" or levitation, which is really just letting Earth push us away. It is not the total quanti ty of the masses that counts but the effective local gravity field I s relative strength.

The fire hose example ~Ls also a decrease in the gravity (push) of the water.

Thus the Earth pushes the wa.ter away more--in other words, the "weight loss" water carries farther. The circular (quadrupolar) :pattern of the nozzle whirling radiates (relieves) some of the water's gravity (stresS'.). Schauberger's designs are based on wa ter stress (gravity) cont ro L.

Levi tat1o\n (weight loss) corrt roI is generally stress lowering via radiation, using gravity's natural cha:racteristics. It "rorks on organic or inorganic mass, as gravity is the same for both. Think of it as the resultant pushes of two radiating sources, taken locally (the:s6 are "near field" design problems).

Humans are locally a a)re powerful source of gravity than the Earth (we push down on it). But as we Lose gravity (stress push) power, the Earth pushes us away.

This paper is another lexample of external immediate energy field considerations and design utility.

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the so-called di~netic atoa1c ttleaent saaples react b,y IlOving directly away from a strong local source of this 10 II. HE ra.d1ation if fJ~e to do so. This .:Iyeaent is 'because these eleaent aaaples are structurally conservative, balanced and stable systeas within the total local energy envirollAent. The Solar S1stea ,,18 a bi8 .:Idel of this levi tator systea. Incidentally, the ferrous .. tals react u) 10' Hz a.a a:n.y other eluent when no -.gnetic field is present to interfere.

The unfortunate alsnn1 ng and alsunderstand.1J3g of this one energy field system under various a.apects &8 di~netic, nuclear or gravity flelds has hidden its true nature and utili ty froa us until now. The frequency 10 't Hz ls generated by spark discharge, vacuua (zero point), certain types of water flows, the sua, etc. t a.nd only to a auch leseer degree by peraa.nent or electroaagneta a.nd capaci ton. The true nature, functioning, and utIlity of this energy field is largely undeveloped to date due to hastily &&de early &8sUllptions which concreted into dogaa.

Academc science to date has created at leu't. four n&aes for this saae force field and its various effects. The n&JleS created to da't.e are graVity, strong nuclear, weak nuclear, aDd d1aaagnetic f1elds. Nature only baa the t~e force fields and they are

the electrical, aagnetic, a.nd gravity (10'Z- Hz). I h&ve chosen the oldest historical na.ae, gravi ty, for this field energy (lO'&' Hz) aDd 1 t thus includes all of the other n&aee by which this field has been called over the 1ears.

Nature functions in elegan,t triads--two powerful antithetical eluents Het at and generate a "neutral center" elltAellt. F4ch of these three priaa.ry deMnts has two antithetical extreHs and a null oz' "Xleutra.l center" structure foraing triads also. There are only three pr1aary force flelds, tb.ree whole pr1aary particles, and three dlaenslons in nature's tria.d1cally dss1gneJd universe.

In order to aa.ke a cri tiCl.l ~ent of coapet1.ng theories one aust co.pare what current acadea1c establishaent pb,y&1cspredicts and constructs wi tb what ay tbeory predicts and constructs. .bat this ae.&n8 1s do you want the currently offered crude atoa1c control, under-unity getler&~rs, fuel gulping l1alted vehicles and noisy recoillng weapons of establlahaent sciene:e ~ do .TOu want vastly over-un! ty generators and levi tation vehicles and weapons?

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Pu t aome washers between the plate and the beee 80 they don I t touch. The aluminum plate will get hot from the pipe levity generator and we don't want the plate touching the wood because it might burn it. If you are going to use. guideway make adjustments .for its placement. Remember the levity generator gets hot ao keep the guideway insulated from or far enough away

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The Nature of Radiation

The illustrnted tests furnished the objective proof that radiation is emitted fran m,any different Ilaterials, which makes the photographic plates dense through the transmission of 'bare alil.lllinwn or magnesium. It is important now to determine the nature of this radiation.

According to the absorption measurements of W. Mebius (3), the individual oscillations of water are of a 22 mm

wavelength and other wavelengths of 11 Mm, 7.3 mm, 5.5 mm, 4.4 rum, 3.7 mm. etc. also appear. According to the determinations of R. Gans and R. Loyarte (4) and A. G1ago1ewa-Arkadiewa (5). the individual oscillations of

< elementary magnets have wavelengths of 2.27 to 5 mm.

In spite of all e:fforts, these unsmooth electromagnetic waves still have no t been physicn.lly proven with success. No measuring apparatus reacts to them.

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GENEl'.ll SYST»IS ENGINmtI~: '!'HE BIG PROJECT ~ - By Rlchar:! L. Clark, P!':.D.

, There have been u.ny interest1..ng 'beok.s and articles on UFOs, pl.ana't.&..ry col..l!.notl&,

stra,t,ge c:::n1&tureS, aM. li:arth anergy grid:! 1n recant :rears, "alt a&Cll of tbeae subject.s h.a:! been <111&1 t wi t.n aa a. sepa..-ate pMnomen:ln and never aa a. part of a. coaplew IYSt.eIll.. They a.re ';lst tha.t--one I)'ste: of angineertllg probleaa and one Bi8 Project. The Big SysteltS ~P.DIU.r1ng Project. 18 t.o jF!st.ore the apa.cas01p ~ar+...h t.o ita former ancient st .. - tus and. fu:lct.10nir.g.

The purpose 0: ~:.he pro ject 115 t.o lII&lte E&rtil a true Neutral Center bet.veen Ma...-s and Venus as 01U' pole ends in I. tl'lrH axis sys~m. .han tn. pro ject 11 complet.ed, 1J:l t.he ve...ry neu j~ut.ure, the hu.ma.n bra.1n· s silent &rea. will react1va.te 1n a. fev people t.o rest.ore a true t.h.....e dimensional bra.in/lIl1nd ~e. The neld. envL.""O!llD8nt of t.he earth will then J:lave t.r-oree &xes 0: align.ment and. transfer and so will the bra.1n/mlzlds of some huma::s. TIle present. two axes in t.he sola: system a.nd 1J:l bumal:ls L'"'e funct10n!.r.g ct. the thire &Xis is about to be aligned.

The e:u-til's po Le s art! the .. xis 0: t.he "old. bra.in" (ncnccnscacua/unccasctcus ) to the "Dew Drain" in huma.::.s. The ea.::-tn' s reJvol\i.tio~ in ort:i t a.round the sur. is tne cross link between ne,. brain ne:lrJ.sphe~es :0= the second axis. The tl'lird a.x!.s will CO!l1e !.z:t.o 'Deing when l".a.rs la.n:l Ye:l'''s become the Sout.'l and Iio=-t.'l poles to tile ea.:-tt's Deutra.l Ct!:."e= in a giant magn'et. Tt.J.s comple-:'10n of t.he t.b.ll~ axis will I.c"!. v .. te the frant.a.1 lobes (silent areas) in :SOllle hu.::.a.:~s. These hun:."UJS Ifill then have t.hree a.x!.s brains as well as tr.::ee axis ends, as the~ remote ancesto rs d.id. The tn..",e axis syst-em is, 11 tca.lly, t.ne en:i of ti.me as we now know 1t. Heavcu, and i&rth, so to spea.k, will be one.

A simple tt.....,e a.x!.s grapr, will allow &!lYone to view the ex:.i res..ut on .. sola: ~ personal level. The X axis 1s ve::-tical--E:a...-t.h' s poles and ncaconscacus to ccaacacus , The Y axis is horizont.a.l--Earth's o=b1t of the sun anC. hemisphe...""I! cOll!lect10~s. Tne Z axis is outva.rd--tlle Ma...--s, Lartn, Venus "nagnet." and the act1vated silent lobes. Tne brain is t.hen the inP.lt./output and focus po111t for the t.r.ree &Xis mind. iie will r.&ve retu..'"Iled a:ft.e.r thousand:s 0: yea...-s to a. ba.:..&llced, na.t.u..--al syst.eJr..

Yelikovsky wrote .. bout all observed angineerille phenomenon. lie needed a Sou-:.h Pole planet, Venus. Thus" &11 of his d.&ta. is a nar.:a.tive of hov Venus vas en.r~'lee:-ed in-:.o place.

liars had to be stabilhed via Delll:ls and Phe'cos &.'ld new pole grids 1r.sta.llei. Tnus, the projec~ known as Alternative Three, 1ll the i1a.tk1n.s 'cook.

The o,ld. E~h ~d ha.:s brew.!', rupt.u:=-es, a!ld d.isloC&tioIUI in it, 50 a. nev c:::~ct~ grid had t.o be i::paced--this is t.he BruC'a Cathie I1&ta. Th. old. grid is St.onella!lge, Ley Lines, a.nd PyrllJU:is, aa coverei by J~r111 and others.

The tJFOe &re part of this S&JIIe &!lci.at technology. The 'boob of Jes!SUp, O:lnsta.ble.

Alia.mski, 1i.Ild Von Da.n.iken cover trois !SUbject. The c .. t.t.le 1IUt.1l&t!ons and cor.-:.actee games are throwIl 1n to cover over the real purpJses a.nd res..u t s ,

Fart of the old grid m&lfuncUon1ng--pa.rticular1y over %Uptured or ma.l.!ur.c-:'ion a.nt8ZUl&e-··1s the grid pnellOlllenon of "time holes" vhic.'l produce N~e, Cb.a.::p. Big Foot., et.c., or cLa.nger L .... a.s like the Ber=..uia Triangle. The c...t.01e plots malte &11 of th!.:s ~d.i ctable for the 1n·~erested.

iie V'J.ll oov haye I. t~ ... e a.x:1s power system when l'Ia.rs and Venus, 1J:l t.ne very Dea!' futu..'"'e, c.lCOM our pole enis. The fin&l axis anergy flov 1s out, of Mara (Sou-:'h Pole) t.o Ea....-th (Ntnl tra.1 Center), then out of Earth t.o Vanus (North Pole) • 0Ill y t.hOse humana who are a.ttunod tQ t.r.!.s flow will activa.te tb bn.1.n's tni.rd axis or front.a.l lobes (silent. areaa). J?or, t.be functioning of a N.,u'trll Center or Blocb Wall requ.ixwa the duality of nve."'"Sal l.UlCOlDCn to !lOst huaIans 11 v1l:lg t;xi&y. Tll1a, of course, is a.n eng1neer1J:l!. not a. re11g101lS pbanomellOIl. If:you genetiC&lly III&tcb the 8llvi..-onaer.t' s t.hree fi.lds youwill function a.ut.omat1ca.lly: 1f not, then you will ~ function aa a comple-:.. til.ree a.x.is system.

Thera a.lwa.,ys h.u bean I. W&Y via. anvironme..ot and t.n1n.ing to operate to varying d.egrees on .. poaraolUll three &xis system. So_ of t.be so-ca.lled Mystery Sc:hool.a v.re in fact tea.c.Oi.!lg t.ne t.b.1.rd. axis syst.em. If you underatanli Polarit.y/Gander &lld Neut.ra.l Centers, th. :-.at of ~ SYlItu is u.slly Wld ... ..tood. !tie energy/1n.foru.tion floV15 a.re the ~ 111 a aagnet or a. hum.an. Hat.un: ha.s endlesaly repeated t.be e.x.t.ct &aM d.a.1gn.

It. 115 po 1J:lt.i.e ss, at this t1JDt~ to speculate on how and. why t:le a.ncier.~, or'o.€'...n&.1 Earth

Crid c .. lC. ~l~letE.ry .. _)ole were bro.cen or lost • .:: le siJ)le f'a c t 17 is 't.ra't it happened a:.1C we aF'? about to go back to a cO~lc.i tion w;1ic:.l once a'lLowed Ear tn and :,lunani ty greater op)ort:ui ty •••••

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GRAVITY IS THii: ELEcrROM.AGNETIC FIElDS AT ZERO IN ENERGE1'IC SYSTE1£

General Gravity Sources in ALL EM Systems (device or radiated), It is well known that the flux cutting equat1c.n for motors and generators can have a function of .5-0 (zero). The equations for stating EJD~ and H in terms of B follow (but put.5-0 in all of them).

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Therefore, if .5-0. then E.D, and H ~ equal zero and this is the gravity source in electrical devices.

Look at the center 11:ne of the propagcLted EM wave below as the radiated systems. At the core of every EM wave B. H. E. and D - O. center of all EM waves.

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J, to th .. pri-.rithaet1o there ex1at &II 1nr1nite ml..b.r of 1Ilcluot1on-ood.ra for the l~tI.f.!;Yl:;S

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11'1 it. ovn frf,Qe of reference H. own pri:ae-ulli"ene oil' : ani re. t1~ prioz._"es tal t.. ...ach pr imt-unl ve rs e ii' I.er~[enc"d i:ay ita own unique prir.."-con iJrin;ln., &"<lut :It. 0'olIl wUqu_vol'JUoru; in the prime-beat.It f (' I'1II& U ona •••

!d t.: leno'" that ':elhr and U1", ... partic:llarlv l'hlO.

-"0 prllli_nu."!Iber theor" (or I ~""s 5" ·;(estir.!' hov to

dl~ a 'thert:lonuclear-devi."~8 80; !;o",e~hin: !,C~ dk.d a~o .. t in the n·;!I~.r theory of :>rim ••• !lowe,ver I.av·,'.' .ror.e far. far ·.,,:.'onu pres"nt-<l;LJ' 'cor.cepts;' or cl:O"'i; and i r.t o a ',"",-::!c,u of prime-nu .. ',er theory called

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• FUSION POWER -- Har-, nessing the power of fusion: could provide us with an al- i most limitless supply of ener.; gy, "if we could just get the ' system to work." Dr. Rothman' said. "The problem is that to produce this form of power yOU have to heat the fuel up to a !empe£_ature of hundreds, of millioris "of - degrees: ;'C!IIU keep it that hot for a period of time.

"This is a difficult technical problem. If we could solve it, we wouldn't have to worry .about where our fuel was coming from for hundreds and

thousands of years," Dr, Rothman said.

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Chapter 7

Some Confirming Experiments

During the years 1968 ArId 1969 1he\llI'iter devoted his full

time to the task of pr oduc i nq experimental sources of B x V

fields which speak for themselves. Nature has the last word in

any contr over sy in phys ics and when she speaks her words are

final!

A generator of a motional electric field, all electric and

with no mechanical motions involved, has been built and experi-

mentally demonstrated. This device projects its field into the

space surrounding the gen~rator. Being immune to shielding the

B x V field readily passes through the stainless steel walls of

a grounded housing chamber. Surrounding the generator is mount-

ed a cylindrical parallel plate capacitor. The outer plate is

connected t? a very sensitive vibrating capacitor electrometer

(Keithley 640). The inner plate is connected to the other ter-

minal of the e lectr ometer, one. terminal of which is gr ounded.

Voltages Are induced in t he s e wires. The net result of these

induced voltages is that the potential difference induced in that

pd'rt ion of the wire between t he capacitor plates J char ges these

plates, and in doing so is measur~d by thp electrometer. The gen-

erat or. capacitor and e lectr I:lDletp.r are completely sur r ounded by

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a grounded electrostatic shield. Housing them in a stainless

steel box with a door has served this purpose very well.

Two papers de~scribi·ng the construction of the all-electric

generator and the experiments performed with it have been pre-

sented to meetings of the American Physical Society.

A simple lecture table demonstation of the pure B x V field

is illustrated in Figure 8.. Two short similar bar magnets are

spaced apart as shown. Midwa;t between them a long straight, in-

sulated wire. (surrounded by a grounded conducting shield), per-

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pendicular to the paper is fixed with its terminals connected to

a sensitive galva~ome~er placed outside the immediate vicinity of

the magnets, say overhead. The resultant magnetic flux density B

fr om the tWIO magnets, at the wire, is zer 0 by the pr inciple of

super pos Lt Lon , It' the magnet on the left be given a slow uniforJ:1l

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Figure 8

velocity V and the one on the right a velocity V' equal and cpp cs =

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ite to V, then one will note a deflection of the galvanometer

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needle due to the pure induced B x V field acting in the wire.

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Note that-in this simple experiment we have two sources of B x Vo

Both the B arId the V of each source are ident ical in magnitude

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but opposite in direction; therefore, since B x V • (-B) x (-V),

the products-are both positive and additive. The movement of

one magnet alone will be found to yield a galvanometer deflection

of half that obtained when both magnets are moved simultaneously.

Note also that the wire is always in a region where B = 0, but

where B x V is present and active.

One of the most fascinating aspects of our discoveries is

that by the use of the phenomenon of superposition of fields,

electromagnetic induction ~!l ~eemingly ~ separated ~ ~-

. netic ~ ~~..2.l.'

In other words, our all-electric motional

electrlc field generator operates without the presence of detect-

able magnetic flux energy as such. It is a non-inductive device.

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The magnetic flux intensity has been reduced to zero by the prin-

ciple of super pos Lt Lon , and the virtual undestroyed field assoc-

iated with uncaric e Ll ed flux is still active and present; hence J

the name "vil:tual" :is used to describe it. It is this' virtual

field which produces the pure motional electric field in the space

sur;: ounding the generator. 'Ihis newly discovered pure lr x V field

is the most und que phenomenon known to electromagnetism because

it is devoid of the electrostatic and magnetic field character-

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istics we have hitherto known. It is a B x V field with the

resultant B = O. Its .. immunity'. sa shielding gives it a stature and a characte:c of it~_;'own, beautifully unique and isolated from

all hitherto known spacial fie!ldsl Our generator produces nothing

but this pure previously unknown fieldl

Perhaps the closest approach to the B x V phenomenon inherent

in our motional electric field generator, is the toroidal trans-

former. In this device we ar e dealing with a transformer type of

induced electric field caused by the growth and death of flux.

It is of great interest, however, to note that the wires of the

secondary windings where the field is induced may be entirely ex-

istent in a region of space de vc'i d of measurable magnetic flux,

since B = 0 there. This phenomenon is always of interest to stu-'

dents, because the induction in the wires takes place in a region

of space, where, by superposition of fields the resultant magnetic

flux intens i t y is reduced to z er 0 without, in any way, impar ing

the electromagnetic induction of the virtual flux which is opera-

tive. It is Clf interest to no t e that our research s.imply extends

this phenomencm to include flux cutting as well as transformer

types of induc:tion where B has been reduced to zero.

It is not surprising that many physical scientists listen

to -;his thesis; with incredulity. This is not disturbing to the

author. It is. but the natural path of all new discovery. Nature

herself bears the burden of p:coof and she has spoken out clearly

in b~half of the uniqueness of the motional electric field. What

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All Over-Unity Electrical I~eneratore have designed-in gravity factor aapl1fication. The input power X gravity gain (:fro. EM : 0) - output power in all Over-Unity Electrical Generatore. Look a~ the at tac.bed Alexander patent of input power I gravity gain - output power. Alexander cUd his U[ at sero{gravity gain :f'actor)by w1nd1llg the

':':".-' "D.C • .otor anature co1la and j.~C. output coila together in the sue &rlI&ture slots. - -::" Alec," look at tbe T .,chine axawing atta.ched. There is abeautlful EM at zero area

. {grav1ty generator) ~~e the lisc electrical flow and the aagnets aake iM - 0 for a gravity gain factor. S4,arl dist::s are just flyi.cg "N" _chines with a ~ EM at zero factor for levitation. Searl'e design ie literally an EM to G converter.

Generally the .ore of the EM input power that you can design at EM - 0, the greater the gain of the output power in Over-Un1 ty Generators. The power gain equation is Input Power X Gravity Glun Factor (EM - 0) - Output Power.

Gravit7 Lift Platforms IUld Wea~nsl In the electromagnetic levitators (pagee 18 to 21 and J1 J2) B - 0 (gravIty generation) is what was formerly called the Bloch Wall ring around. the coil. The more EM that is put into B - 0, the greater the levitation factor. This basic coil dosign, in multiple B - 0 aax units, aakes the Gravity Propellers (EM firearma). Self-lifting platforms only require that grav1 ty 11ft of the platform exceeds Earth' s gravity.. Now that everyone knows how to convert EM to gravity in B - 0 designs, it is easy to E~e one"s own levitat10n platform.

Earth Grav1 tYI look at the Earth draw1ngbelow. Earth is a giant spherical capacitor w1 th a magnet across 1 t .. Thus, the center of the Earth is B - 0 or a grav1 ty genera tiOll source.

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General Notes, The energetic zeros of polorer systell8 in nature 1L..""e the sources of gravUy. The EM source of gravity is the four energy ccaponent fields of E, D, H, and B at zero. EM generated ,gravi ty is the zeroing of the three-component electrical field vector and the three-co.mponentaagnetic fleld vector in conjunction ( a tensor of the second rank at I'.ero). :Li teratiy this aeans that the EM fields' energy is "dumped" into gra vi ty generation at their zeroing. Furthermore. the incidence of bringing any one of the four EM fhllis (E, D, H. or .B) to zero automatically brings all EM fields

to zero and generates graY! ty. The power of the generated gravity field is proportional to the EM field powe:t' that has been zeroed. rut is .are p:nlerful (see tensor product data attached.). Gravi ty Is a. nine-component energy field in three dimensional space. Time has NOTHING to do 1rl th gravity generation! All EM dipoles emit gravity as the EM radiated wave center. J\ll EM machine devices have some gravity generation in them, and by deliberate design a :L&rge part of the input power EM to electrical generators can be converted to gravity fbld generation and then the gravity field converted. back to EM at a power gain. Or, Over-Unity Electrical Generators are two three-component EM veetors in (or D.C.) converted to a gravity tensor which is converted. to two three-comp)nent EM vectors out.

G - EM Fields at Zero (conjunction)

Attached. is cia. ta on supezpc 5i tio ning and B - 0 from texts.

Permission is given to anyone to publish all or any part of the above data.

4015 Crown Point Drive, P-) San Diego, CA 92109

For m.e.ny years nO'fl' there have been a number of wa;ys rockets and bullets without the u.sual cartid~es and powders. Asi(le from air and a vortex motion tSl:l.,1!g) unique me thod that is almost ne-ver mentioned.

EMR or Electromagnetic Repulsion Devices actually use a pulsed magnetic field coil to launch projectiles. This method uses an antimagnl~tic action to send a non magnetic projectile to a target..

To attl~pt to put a un1 t together 1'011 can use a smooth bore tube with the repulsion coil at the end. Automatic feed capabilities would be fairly simple to add with aome enginuity. To use a material to make up the projectile,remeber that the denser the ::ateriaJ. atom1cally,the greater the repulsiTe velocity. Velocities of around 80K ft pllr second are probably possible with some dense ce:'SJJrlc bullets. With the addition of slight gro~ or nine the] could be reasonably accurate.

To win(l the coil,use the uBUB.l 14 to 16 cz magnet wire and wrap

it arounil the plastic or non eunductd.ve coil. A Capacitor across

the coil makes a resonant tuned circuit'F· to match the energizine current nr:1ng pulse. The new 'over unity' light generators would easily p(lWer a smaller unit (+100/li/Lb.) A multi viberator/?NR J.JH' could replace a bench test G~!Il/Amp in field use. The amp-yu ... rn for!llulation (If course, would deter:nine the magnetic kick of t":le projectile. A diode may be needed to short the back EMF of the coils f~eH collapse .. The larger the current and faster the pulse,the fast.er the projectile will be kicked. Generators work on th1a principle and it

is amazimg the principle has not been expanded to other a_~as

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Free energy invelltor Troy Reed demonstrates one of his devices.

Gravity is a tensor field

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A is a vector of unit length. To describe it we could inven,L';:;:}

a coordinate frame x, y and say (i) A = (I, 0). If this frame

of reference is rotated, (ii) A = (0, 1). Intermediate orien-

tations give intermediate number pairs. for example, (iii) (01'

D2)' In all cases, Oil + D22 = I. The two components a , a

. hi I 2

must retain t IS relationship under changes of reference

frame, to preserve the unit length of A, so the components are not random numbers. but organized around this relationship. In three dimensions, three components (°1, al, D3) are needed: °12+0/+032=1.

Now consider two unit vectors A and B, and multiply all their components pair w isc: 0lb" 0lb2• 0Jb2' etc. Give the symbol Cll to the pair Dlbl, eJl to 03b2' etc., and arrange all nine cs in a pattern as follows:

C31 C3l C33

This nine-component object C is called a dyad, and is really a conjunction of the two vectors A and B; one could write this as C = AB. As the reference frame is rotated, these cornponents CII. etc, change, but in a disciplined way that

makes them more than just a matrix of numbers, for they must comply with the fact that both the lengths of A and B, as well as their relative orientation, remain fixed. Any matrix C (whether constructed from two vectors or Dot) that enjoys these special transformation properties is called a tellSOr.

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Inventor Makes Fuel to Challenge Gasoline

Mark Gibson uses energy from the ~ sunt(~ make a new fuel that he Jl. S.I~' could stop our crude-oil - habit. clean up air pollution. and lower the nation's trade deficit. A number of experts agree.

"If pilot-plant experiments show the fuel can compete econornicallv, it can be mass-produced." savs the Washington State inventor. whose STAR*FUiL burns with a clean white flame. "It could free us from our dependency on

Middle East oil." ,

Where is the money needed to build such a pilot plant? "''-\ decade-long glut of foreign oil quashed investment in new fuel processes.·· he says.

The meth'od

devised by Gibson and his father. engineer James O. - Gibson. uses sunlight highly conc~ntrated by a 14·· foot r~flective dish to liberate hydrogen from water. The hy-

drogen is then HEAjHE~1 J. CONNELL

chemically bonded with carbon to produce hydrocarbon fuels. All gasoline used in the L'. S. could be replaced by STAR*Fl'EL zenerated bv reflective dishes covering a desert area 56 bv 56

miles. says Gibson. .

The U. S. Department of Energy. as well as Washington State's technical community, believes Gibson's concept warrants further studv. He has received offers of technic~1 support but-to date·-no funding. The question is, even if the process works. will it be more economical than oil')

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by Brian O'Leary, Ph.D.

Nearly one century ago, financier J.P.

Morgan suddenly withdrew his financial support of the legendary Nikola Tesla, discoverer of the principles of alternating current. Some historians believe the move was made when Tesla offered to introduce a new, abundant, and clean source of energy that investigators now call free energy-something that could have threatened Morgan's vested interests.

The skeptical mind tends to get turned off when confronted with schemes of perpetual motion, which is what free energy implies, so I began to learn and re-Iearn some physics that hadn't been taught to me in textbooks and university classrooms. Much to my surprise, I found free energy to be a viable concept. Several outstanding theoretical physicists such as David Bohm, Harold Puthoff and John Wheeler have concluded that the fabric of time and space is filled with extraordinary amounts of this energy, but that we just haven't been able to tap it using conventional means. Systems engineers Thomas Bearden and Moray King have proposed plausible models and methods for tapping this energy source.

Several dozen inventors worldwide have tinkered with free energy and many are getting positive results in terms of taking more energy '0 ut of a device than goes into it by conven tional

means. Promising methods are magnetic, electromagnetic, solid state, cold fusion and hybrid devices that are smartly configured to achieve over-unity efficiency. The implications are enormous: We could eliminate most of the pollution on Earth as free energy replaces oil, coal, nuclear power, transmission lines and internal combustion engines. Cost-effective, clean-running and appropriately scaled commercial units modeled from operating prototypes could soon be placed in homes, workplaces, and transportation systems.

As part of my research on a book for Avery Publishers, I am visiting several free energy inventors in the United States, Japan, India and New Zealand. The Japanese and Indian governments have already begun to fund toplevel scientists and engineers to develop free ene rgy. Regre ttabfy, no such s up port is co mi ng from the United States and European governments.

A public symposium on free energy will be held in Denver May 13-15, 1994, with leading inventors, scientists and engineers participating. For details, contact the Institute for New Energy at (801 )583-6232. The forthcoming books, tentatively titled Suppressed Inventions and Free Energy, will be published in about a year.

A number of patents have been granted in recent decades for devices which often embody clean energy principles. The following is an incomplete list by inventor, patent number (usually U.S.) and title/description.

Rober1 Alexander 3,913,004 Super Power Engine

T. Townsend Brown 1,974,483 Electrostatic Motor

2.949.550 Electrokinetic Apparatus

3,018.394 Electrokinetic Transducer

3.022.430 Electrokinetic Generator

3,187,206 Electrokinetic Apparatus

3.227.901 Electric Thrust Producing Device

300 311 (Elritish) Method & Apparatus lor Producing Force

4.025.807 Electromagnetic Motor

3,071.705 Electrostatic PropulSion Means

3.683.707 Propulsion System

3.662.554 Electromagnetic Propulsion

3.535,572 Alternator

3,728,564 Electromechanical Energy Conversion Device

3,130.945 lonocraft

3,404.854 Apparatus lor Imparting Motion to a Body

4.013.906 Electromagnetic Levitation

3,504.888 Space Propulsion System

3.890,548 EMS Motor

3,120.363 Flying Apparatus

3,610.971 Ali-Electric Motional Field Generator

3,656.013 Apparatus for Generating Motional Field

4,154,431 Permanent Magnet Motor

3.322,374 Magnetohydrodynamic Propulsion

3.464.207 Quasl-Corona AerodynamiC Vehicle

3.106,058 Propulsion system.

3.626,605 Method for Generating i! Secondary Gravltatlonal Force Field

F'artlcullHly ,llluminatinli Is the analysis of Cullwtck with r espect

ve seltent operational differences In the sources of the three types of

·.rlc field Ec' Em' and 1:t15 In brief. he pictures them lIS follow.:

A.II electro-ma9netic phenomena applied In electrical te chnclocy hsve , 155 their fundamental basf s , the mutual forces experienced

by electriC charlles. and we have se en that these I!J"I se In three Wi'YS:

Ec Two cherces experience mutual force. In virtue olf their po s It ions , This Is the electrostatlc force of attraction or repulsion.

Ern

They experience addltlon"l forces In virtue of therr vetcciue s .. Thence arise the forces experienced by a conductor carTYlnll a

s te ady current In a constant mallnetlc field. the forces between eurrenr-cerryrnc conductors. and the Induction of an e. m.f. In a conductor moving relatively to the source of a rna9netlc field.

EI: They also experience additional forces In virtue 01' their acceleretrons , from which arise the Induction of lin e.m.f. by trlln.former

actions, lind electromagnetic rlldlation of enercy , .

The thin9 we are especially Interested In. In this the s ls , la that

)f these unique operations with charges brlnq! Into existence a new

!leld which will act upon charges of electricity to accelerate them.

.tens lty of an electric field is defined at a point as the force per unit

.rge which will be exerted. The great mistake of the pest has been the

ptiO 11 that each of the above acceleratinq allencles. are, In their In-

: physical natures. In every way equivalent and Identic,,] dnce they

xoduce the same end product, the acceleration d a chaTl~ed particle.

1 my hurnen experience I may desire to move across a lalce In a boat.

.Jer,!tlnq aqencles. I may select several which are each one unique:

15. r. Geoffrey Cullwiclc, TILe Fundamentals Q.f pectromagnetJsm, , (C:ambrldqe University Press, 1949)

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Leonard W. Clover W.J. Coleman Robert L. Cook

A DeBroqlJeville DeRu~leris

A.P. DeSeversky A. di Bella

J.F. Ea.stham J.F. Engelberger Edwin Gray

G.E. Hagen

W.J. Hooper

Howard Johnson J.F. King

E.C. Okress W.A. Rice

H.H. Wallace

TABU I

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FIELD PROPERTIES EI.E.CTRDSTATIC FIELD [to - ~ E •• ill i Th •• ,tionally
E. The -l.etrie: induced .lottric Hold
Hold Induced
by a chanalna
... ,n.tic y«tor
pot.ntlal
I-Spatially dlatrlb- n2 arlll~c U2 .rllfcc Mo Iplt1.ally dlotrlbute<l
u t ed energy r= S"Tf e:ner,,.
-;:-~ E • d. - 0 al".y_ ; 0 la ,anaral ; 0 In lonerol
3-Curl E • 0 alv.y. • -d! • V x (ni) ; o lln len~r.
b Q!
y' d. • eonatant a1vay. !lot • c.on.u.nt In I porf..:tly unl.fo", B
nependent on the ... lul of the lntelral
tho peth of in- bU'Y.en 2 point •• 1 .nd b
telr_tion 1"111 not b. dependent on
tho pith, will b. lnd.pen-
}dent of It, but in .«nlral
thil will not ". truo
s- E • dV l'otenUIl Y •• ..., H..y or .. ,. DOt be a
Oi function potmt101 function
6-Behavior with re- Can b. readily .Melded Can b •• h1eld-\ I ... no to .h1aldi"l
epec t to .hieldlnl with conduct111, .... "r1&l ad with .ufH-
ciont thicu ...
j' of Ih.lold ina
17-OIV. E • 4'T! P • 0 alvay. • 0 alwlY.
I 8-P01 •• on'I', Fundaaen- Obeyed IIot obeyed Not ob.yed
tal 1av .,Ith re-
I .pect to the 1nter-
I 10r of c:ctnductorl
9-1n c:onduc:tor. Conductor. alvlY. haY. a Can drln a CAn dr1 •• I eur r eer without
carry1ns a curTen,t • lurfac:e char,_ currant vithout a pot.ntial drop alonl . the
I pot..,t1&l dro vire
olon& the wire
,lG-Inveru aquare lav Y .. ..., By .pechl d .. lcn yeo In .
i c.rtain panlono o,f field
II-Spatial nature of Cont1nuou. throulht .pace Continuoul Only preunt It pointl viler
Held 1t occupl .. ~hroulhout .pac ~ whlre acTioa char, •• u1.t
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"In thl. self-conscfous search for phenomena ~ Increase the tlUmber QL operationally Independent' ooncepts. :t!._e !M.¥ expect ~ flnd A l!2werful

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commutator ",·ilh 20 har~ and having a 20 1]01 armature. the rrimar)' windintt' 10 are comprised of 0 numher of turns of cunduvtor ", cfficiently draw 411 ~"Ir, DC. at:!~ amperes or 120n Wall. to-rotate at 1750 RPM; while the !iCcnnda~l~s II are cnm'Prr.:;j of a numhcr of lurnl of c onductor ", cfficienlly deliver flO cycle (hy transforming and generatmg) 110 volts A.C. al '2 amperes or ,~~o WailS. the "Oil meier IJ!OCJ 10 read these \alues upon an actual reduction to practice beinl calihraled to read the root-mean-square (rms ] value of the pure sine wave. which I' 70.7'l- of the peak voltage .

The reduction 10 pracnce hereinabove referred to as a "t)plcal unit" was constructed nf a machine ori,i. nally designed a. a self exciling flO cycle 110 volt 2.5 KVA generalor 10 be 5hafl driven b) a separate prime mover. Fir,II). the said prime m,Wer "'ilS eliminaled.

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F-~'.

~ •.. - ~----~----__.. " .. 1.I_f.,,~b·,"'.

TIle -...I law 0( electrolUric:a is tJIa. 0( _,*IcM; it 11M Ie cIo witIo dot r-. a.erted 0. a Ii- c:harsc by a distributioa 0( ~ TIle law iI thia: the 10.". oa .be Ii- ch. ..... due.o!.be distributioa is !.be _ ... _ oftlw/0ru8 .... tadI dwrr< of rM OistriboulcM _U proJucc.lf It _.,....... I.e otbe< wonlr. Coulomb', Ia" between &IIy t_ pOdu r:ha.'FI is _ all"ected by Il10, ....-.:e or OIlier poi.1 r:ha.tJ<s. This ... " _ bull '0 !.be poiDt 0( beiq trivial. but it is rat f""" thai; ";!h0ll1 "'p<rJX",tioa, dectrosutICI would be a qui'" ,1iII"erat. (aDd

.": ..,.. dilllc:l&k) 1Ubjec:L

(2.3)

1.l maCES IICTWEEN COI'OUCToas AND nu "UC~I:TOSTAnC n£LD • ~e w~l inlOfar u.....-.: an. model the di~s.slon In marnetosutlo on our previous ~ISCUwon 0( ~lectroSlli(H:s. The anaro.of Coulomb'! I ... IS Ampi!I'C's law (men. ::,f)Cd I~.the introdoction to thIs chapter) (or the rcree between current-carrying

ps. ,cure 7.~ shoW5 two closed-current loops or ctreuns, carry'"l currents

t, a~ IJ res~n·e.ly. Am.~·s el~nmenlS showed t~1 the lotal rcree r on C1rcuU I. dee to Its l"feneltOn with ell'CU11 2. is prcpornona! to 1M two currents I, .~ ~ z and ,to In intqTal .... hlCh depends only on reometry More precisely

Ampere s rlw IS .

F 11#'11)((4/1:':"1:) I x. I Z •

'"

(1.',

~ constant ,of proportionality ,in (7.4) depends on the SYStem of units.. Moreover IhtSc~nstant IS fixed o~ the units ofcharce.len&lM.lnd ~Ime are fixed. Expre1sio~ ~ .• ) IS (r'C'C 0( the arbitrariness that was present in Coulomb's law in ..... rllch the

Iht·hand sKle could ~ multiplied by .an arbil"'ty factor and (hat factor com rsated for. by n:d~finln, the unit of charge. Once the unitt that enter (14) a~ xed. there.ll nothlnl kft to redefine. and the connant of pt'oporllonallty is a purely ~plncal. OM. It . 'urns out Ihl_' in the GaussW1 system the con ( { ( proport~.li'y IS I/~). \Iohe.re c is precisely the velocity of light. ThIs isS ":, a°l'l cxtraordulI.ry numenal cciecideece: It has a deeper baSis In physics. We shall

[} ... (1

\J

f1&. 7.1 Amptrc's law.

lee later 1M. !.he mai~M: forces Ire • conscqueDCt 01 the ltM:ory of special retatiYiry u applfed to the eleetre 6dd 4)( movins charred pe.n.iclcs. smce me ¥docity ( plaY' a eeeu ... roloe in relatiY1ty and. in particular. in the l.Drwrtu IrGJUoo fontwtit:M.. It is not SUfl,,;sint: that this Yek:JCity mien into the expressioa for fora:s betweca """;n, ctw,od porliol es, which .. just .. bat Amper.·, law is aboul From .he pracII~ mo re limll,od PO""' 0( v;.w.1I1lS val"" oCthe ton1IAnt 0( l>ropOrllIOII&lity is. Cad to be ac:cepted. Usilll it.. we c::&D wriLC the basic (ora law ••

III: ,U J/~I x (fll) )( 'u)

' ••. 7"" rr '1,' (7.5)

OM f1Irtller poi.l. Eq, ... ioa (1.5) Ii- .he I"onz oa Qlm:nI loop I duo 10 a.mtIl loop 2. HCftC<!.be lora: '. on current loop 2 should be Ii- by clilanp", !.be roles ~ I &ad 2; iJ'- it 'houk! be

III: liJ1: x (J/,)( '11)

'a '-7 rr- I) •

~ NIwtoa', thiId Ie. 1)fI action and reactton. we expect FI + FJ - O. 1(, ......... __ " + '10 we ftnd.. usina (he formula

A x (" x C) - I(A· C) - C(A·" oa ..to olt ... ...,.nd .. tl ...

1,1, .!JJ'/~JI, . ,,,) ~/,(~/.· 'JI)) 'I + Fa - erm--;r;-- + -----;r;-- .

lbc intcsrals on the f'1lcht---h.:and ~ art not obviously zero. but thl~ can be shown 10 vanish. In the lint irate-val fot c:xampM:.. since '1 all{ : - - V(l/il'u~ the inlqra&ion O¥ef .'1 il -t V(I/rl2)·Jl1,I.nd the inlqral ofl,l"u(hent . .around .• c:lmed 1ooC' vanishes. Ne"4'ton's third law II satiSfied. not bccaute there II equailly or act"'" and radKx\ between the current elements/I.', and I Jflla bu.t bect.utC oC ........ pobol p009OflY·

It is now convenient.. u it was in dectrostlla. to split Eq. (7.S) into two pans;

that it. we imasine t!rlal orne of the c:urrenLJ produces I fidtl which then exerts a force Oft the ctber current. ,', we noted for eiC'Ctf01talia. this spirt is not imperative until timc.".ryina phcnotmna are con~rcc:l.; in that case. the concept of 31 ftdd is nccnsary if we wilh to retain the: l<lwt of conservation or coerI)' and momentum. But wilh an eye to (hi: Iuture, W'C shall Icllow the electrostatjc model and Irbitrarlly sinp out the cumnt I J u the one that produces the: fiekland define the PllQIMt;C inJ»CtKM fi~'" 8 Ihlll I J produces by

1.1'till )( '1% • - - )----:;r-'

, 'I)

(7.6)

I.

1.J

We thea po&tUlatc thai this 6dd , exerts I rceee F, on current II Jivm by

~_~f~XL ~n

Thea !.be t_ defi.itions (7.6) &ad (7.1) roo .he production oC the • IieIcI and .he rom: a.erted by .hislickl a re equivalent to tbe' ... 1l< force law (1.5). finally, we note that wben ~t)c: maa:netic forces between ccrrenu are meuumi the currents D<CZU&riIy!law in cIoaed loops, Stnctly. perhapc. one should .lwoY' "" only ,he intqraJ dcfinit.ion (1.6) for I. but it is c:onventmt &fWd conJls,tmt to cttend this definition oomewbat by U1umin, that each clemen' til oC. ccrreet I produces a 1IeId~.1i""" by

I til x r ~. - <--;r'

where , .. the vectcr rrom the e~ to the 5e-k1 point This expresson rs scstetima known as the law of BiD« ~ Saoarr. althou&h :htl name i1 aoo used for a IOnnuJa derived Later. for the field of an infinncfy lonl wire, Thrs split ofAmpere's law inw the :nun of ftekb produced by CUCTe11t elements imphci1iy USCllM pnnC'1p~ of AI~posiliolt. of m.IMUc Iorces, a princip~ as important for map1CtostJ.tlC:S as it .... for oI<ctrosIalic:s.

10 Sornc'wNt Iootrly. but In L.c'q)Inl .. rth Clnlom. we \hall rrcq'M:fttl,. rdtr 10. as limp4,. the@':'\

":"1"<'" IIdd. 10 , .... I"""" cp umt ..... """,umJ In p..... ~ ~

• f ~f-

~!!'!!!!!!II-.

I ' I __ I

- - -- - ~I- -

betwem enerJia'.~ orientationl orelcC1nc .nd maJncr£dipoles: Simply re-p4<1Ce, by • and E try • in the V1Irious encrtr rorm:;tUliU, t: p:crmclb£e .nUI"" in In UIUJINId ~ 6ekf 6. WC7hcn. from Eq. (10. ) Ior dieleeioc miner.

I /

/ w,,_ --I'" .. ,. (11.14)

2 ,

,t::c.a.ider lllat the '_lallatJon of WJ' wi an think O(I~ sou~'ofthe Ip!l)licd AtM •• as a1arte curttnt loop G thai cal'mll current I •. As dlpol~are broUlhf into tJIe proUMy 01 t¥' aourre loop d In t~ ~ 0( asscmbltn.& I sam .. or per~ matter: thffh.Ll that these di~cs produce in a will ch*nge. rencratina an eml. W, ..... ; 1,.'aJculate t~ won..tn._t is done by the ba~(try tnat ~odlUCCS the t.lancin .. Of' c:euntc'l", maC We oJ begin by first considering that I JUlI/or dipole is broucht in 1he ne11~borhood if [he jeep. ~ince the work done on the ~urcc loop is o~uslY indtpt:nden1._ the kind or dipole Ihat produces the ftu:t. Il W. '.11 be confl' I to thlnt ofthls £e uself as a current loop J. carryma current I., and producin I field 6~. No'fll' e JeMr.l1 formula (11.8) .&J¥n the ~vork W, done I~ keep1nC sources or a mlllJ"lCtiC field constant Apphcd 10 the p~nl clSe. It IS

W. - ~f. •.. ~ s.

< •

It rollows!Tom the equality O((II.5).nd (11.6~ that

.. 7(···'··1.S...... (II.I~)

G, .... Eq. (I I.I~~ W. <a7n • rewnuen ;Jf Z

w. - u 8. d,

< • /

Tbe mtean'tn this ueucn an be wnuen f/.'Jr)· I- tb where -" the V«I~

DOrmal to the surf. 'plnninl the locc, FlJlm the d.fin,uon (8.13) 0( the m. IC

moment. of sue I loop. we have I

W,._ ... ••. (11.16)

Equation {I I.' men to. sin&1edipc)le. For an a.uemblareconstilu,· permeable rt W, done on the ~un:e i:s then

/w,-r .. ,··.· /

The t f:DCT1Y reqU11' uxm~ • sample of ~bIe matter IS ,hen

W_W,,+W,or

W-i~:., s;

II.l

11.4

Repi.1cin, the surn by an intern I with th~tification. ~ at the tnCTIY of I sample o( permeable mf,tfer \tilth m.l&netil.J.!i ensuy N{r) m an .pplled field •• ir /-.

w_ if M 8.;, (11.17)

which iJ .. ·."'nd.rd ult.

II" DISPLACEMI;NT C\J1tUNT AND TIn: MAXWU.L [QUA noes

We diJCUSS now I (amous teneralization due 10 MuW'C'IL of the ecuauom we hive considered. Thjs rencraliutlon is eutntially a postulate, but II ts perhaps better understood if W'C look .at it in the context o( the physiC3 0( MuweU's tlJ'Df.. To this end. consider fir"3t the mal"etOSLl.tic equanen V x 1- •• Jlc. T,k!nS tbe diverp:nct 0( Ihis equation, wt' find. since the di\'C'1'tenee of .n)' curl is zero, that

V·I_ O.

(11.11)

Now the fact thlt the divetpct or a vector 6dd is zero mea.ns lhat the field lines elate on l.hemseJvn.. For eumple. the equation V • - 0 corresponds to the r.ct f= that tbe hnes or Bronn closed loops. EquatIOn (11.11) then ,mplies t!utt current ftow must be in closed pt.lh!.

CUJnT11 docs "ow in cloosed loops when sUlie fiekis an: be1nS conssdered. bet not when fidds vary in time. Jr. (or eu.mple. I condenser is be!ng charred by connectina the two platts 10 I battery wilh I wire, we would s.ay !.hal there is a current in the wire. but no current in (he space between the plales 0( the condenser. However. Maxwell's conception of this proc::e$S wa.s iOmC"Wha! ditrertTlt To understand his viewpoint, WI: recall that Faraday had discovered. and of course Maxwell knew about. the phenomenon o(J'(\larizarion. or the separancn of charres, in a didectrtc in an electric l\dd. OIarres must move to 5C"pIInle. and v-ee ch.lF,es in motion eonsnrute I current, lhe process or poiarintKm ti'lu.s ImpiteS the exntence or" current, whteh can be called I poI4TizatiOil C'Wf"I"nIt. We must abo n:member thallt was considered that "eJeC"tric actions" wc:n: trlns:mmed not throu,,", empty seece, but throuJh In cs.tcn11alJy m.aterial ether. whdl _u not d./krenl except in the quantitative values ofthe' F-ramttn"S that dexnbed it, frorn, say, dlCJ.ectric maner. Sino: polarization currents were known 10 Olst in Ordlftlt)' matter, it was nOI unllllunJ (or Muwcn 10 assume thal similar C'"IrT'mU couk1 exlSl in Inc ether. Mu..-dJ considered that. in the chlrJinl of I condcns.tr. the .. in::s oftht condenser and the ether between the ptaleJ formed a C"lMI~ I'fItarmol C'U'"t'Wit, IQ III parts of which CUrTeRt could wst T'he possibility then oisted of salnpaJ. in the follo .... IO • ... y. what .ppean to ha ve been cotUid<r<d the buoc equa_ (ll.In From V·E_ 41lp we ha ...

. .. Z :'-.' .

... .....;.----~-,~ ... ~- ..... --....._.-.... .......... ......_.---.......-~-~ ......

"' --

eDid oa puttin, this inlto the: continuity EqUitton V· J + ap/~ - 0. we lei

V .1 I + 2- ~ _ O. (11.19)

\ ·h: atJ

The ~ term. (1/4.)(~Elat~ has the proper dimon.sion. to be ct>nsiderul. ,"11.mit demity; it .... allIed by Muwell the ilsploc.-.. <vrr ... r, Now Eq. (11.19)

is 0( tbe rom. 0( (II.I:I~ Ir then we ootUid th.t the to",1 eueeent consi ... or the

true cum:nt pi .. the displocemcnc cumn~ _ thaI tn. total current always

lIowI in doted loops. H_ should _be< that the displo>cancut current

is _ a curm>t in the orditlJlt)' and does no( conupond to • flow 0( clwae.

WbaIn'Or the "'F"<Y 0( the .bo ... dixtauio. may appear 10 be today. Muwell _ suftlciently ir"",nod by the eqlrivaJcna of tbe dioplaccment CUlTtDI Ilnd or-dinaryr:wn:nt in Eq.(II.I'I)to...,.ruiz< tbe dilremltial Ampen:', law. V • B- 4.11e. ia • similar ... y. H • .._."..j that ror time-varyinllir:lds the CUITCtIt on the richt-hosod _ 0( this equatioa I'ot V • • JIIouId be the ..... C:Ul"Rll~ indl>6inl

... 1.~b I ........... His ~tion ol tb equation then n:ads

........ _.,. !q. (1 1.20) ia a ..... postulate. but it hu beeII t1_chly <totS-

....... • _ A.o_ othe< th, .... the addition ol tM ·clisp_

_ .. " p'odIction O(~ic ... _ ror. corollary.

~ (11.2IDt. the """ di_ equatio ... pi .. the dilmaltial

apraa;o. 01 Fanda)" are &equer.tJy called ",,,,,weir •• _w-. w.

_bIo_ bere "". ~

.).·I_4q

c, •• I- -!~ c at

b) V·._ 0 d1.'.-~+!~

c c at

Equtioaa (11.21) mi,"1 mrm proper!, be called the ~ Max-U equatioaa. • opposed to til< onlinai Maxwell equations. wIIich ...... writtm ia - 0( D and H. u well u E and •• aDd wltid! purponed to hold in tbe ~ 0(

-.

11.5 'nil LOUNT'Z rOlla DIN!IITY

M...-.dr. equatioM p,""i~ in priDCiplo at the calculation 0( the !IoId. E

and • from arbittv)' _........ Si"", _ llelds impo1Unt mainly be<:a_ 01

their oc:tioa Oft ella ..... the lound.tIon.I or electro"'p"" theo<y OR complned by. prat:rip<ioa ror this oa>on that iJ p ..... by the u...... f~ tI.....u,/. 0;.... a c:harJt diotribution 01_1)' p(r~ """"1\1 with ... Iocity to(rj wiLlI rapoc:t 10 aD

1.- ....

11.5

(11.20)

(11.21)

11.5

inertial (111m(' in whK:h there are fields E and I, the force density I {(orce/unlt volume) actin, on the distnbulion is Jiven by t~ Lorentz formula

(11.21)

Equation (11.22) is a postulate, but it is iIIumln..lli"1 to lee its origin. Tbe fint term. in it essentially CAlends the dc:tinilion of E. IS l.he rcree exerted on I unit c:harce., to timc·Y&l")'ina Seidl. The sec:tmd term tS the essence 0( the postulate ; i~ p:neralizes the mal"dOitatic results oethe reree bct1llr'CCft two b:I~ of stltionary currents.. As we hayre XItn. this fora an be calculaled u ifonc filament produces I field • wbic:b exerts I rceee tiT 0fI I small current tkmcnl I II of the second bv mca.ns otthe: Btot-5avan law tiT - I til x IIc. Lorentz lS$Umed Ihalli'le current ia.a wire INU dve 10 the motion O(indivldua~ m.JCr~ cRar,.o panK","-'and this was I bokter assumpllon in his time than in oun~ F orrn:1l1y tht.n. from I _ #if/If. we haw I 41_ ~ dlldl. Interprell"'l dfdt as the .,.elocity • ol tbe du.r~

·-~·fbc ron:. qon thiJch ...... q in motion iJ (rrom the Biot·5.1"," Law)

tlF_~':'.

aDd we _ her'O tn. ori';' 0( (11.22). Althouch the ror<e-<fon,;ty rormul ...... . inspired by tbe results 0( experiments on emc-m~ 01 chi rIO that constltuled IUtionary currents. it can be considered as confirmed rOf renen.J dlSlribulions of ella .... m arbitnry motion.

AD rmportanl Ipplic:ation o( Eq. (11.22) is 10 a point charre. This is diSC'Us:sed is tome detail ill Section I ... g, bue ben we bOcfty uHicipele $Orne upecu o( (he rawts. SuppM that p(r) in Eq. (11.21) describes • ..".U dUtnbution (point por- • tic:Ic) that __ in the preoence 01 ... applied ~ E •• nd 8.. Ir the to"" ch.r .. ia the distribution i, q. one micht think that the £ot<:< on tile dcctron ;. il'~ by tfE + ( .. )C ./c)]. buE this il not quile riPl The ra.son it is not n&hl emeTJC1" Mn one looks more c::an:f'ully &I: the conc::ept 011 poI.nl charcc. .. hic:h mUSl be eonsidC1"ed u • tim..itinl auc ol. am.aJL but finicc. distribution. NO'W tot- any distribut ion (.....u. but ftDite, ones _I no .,.c.puon~ the fIcIds E and • that .<1 on each infinitaimal e~t oI'thc distribution will br the lOUM/tnJ.. that is.lhe sum o(an" appfied I\eid aocl the field (!Idf-lieid) duc 10 a1l the o!.her chafJC eJcmenls o( IhE: distributMJa. It t\ll'lll out that the net or rc:suJtanl KJf·field Kiln, on Ihe disuibutton as a whole does ItDI intqratc to zero. ~ in the limit thai the distnbulion shrini:s doWII 10 • point chuJe. In short. it mu.st be considered that ewn (or

I plinl charJe there is a 1Id(.forcr F. due to the mUIU&1 intC"ractlOf'l ollhc vaflOus pans ol the distributiorl. and llIus that the toW rort< I is I, plw th< rora I. d"" 10 the .ppiied 6dd:

'-1.+ I •.

H_. ror practic:aI ~ .... con olI ... conSIder the ",Ir·rorer to bot ",,"II

___________ , ........L_ ••. , __ .. _-...... .____ •. _ ....... ~_

and nq:iect it. and irK:Jude only the e":ztt1'na1 (OfU'S. In this c:aJI' ... the force oa • c:h.uJed puticlc call be taken 10 be .ppro1inuuely:

F- ,(E. + • Xc 6.). (1I.n)

• ron. .. wt.idl it wl>ilen teen.

Tht_...-aJ:ized F'.raday "Ul.lavr mentionc-d in Section 11.2 isclosclyconnttted """ Eq.. (11.l3}, To tee this. suppose iii'll Ihal a particle or "n't dtarae moves in apptiId ... E. and Jr. in I closed orbit that (hereby defines I curve C. We nqJecl the d-ton:e 0. the p.rticle to the applir-i fickh arc also the total firkh E and •. Let S be a .rr- sl_nnin, the curse. Takin, the curl of Eq. (11.23llOrmin, Iv x ,.a,1.Dd usin,Stoltes' lheorcm.W"eh.ave

f. I f. ~6' If.

F·il--- -.-il+- (.xl)·il.

c C s (If C C

(11.24)

Considtr nat a purdy rNltMmafteil tiM-orem that invoives I dosed curve C. "Mbotelhapc may be II (unction or tnM, C. - C';'l). in • lime ckpmdent maa:netic ftddJ _ li(t). The shape S~r' or Iny surl'ace spanni". the curve iI ol coune liso • IuDCtioa of time. 1'1_ tile nu. ; - f ,'. il of 6 throu,h lhe surf""" will be ,ime cScpatdcnt both because. it. (UnctIon 0( time. aNi bccalJX t.hc shIpe is cl\anf,ina. If we form •• IJr. it c:llln be I~OW'ft Wt·

I.. If~. If.

-_.- •• -- _ . .u ... - ('.1)'''-

(',r e .. at Ce.

(11.25)

We _ thaI tile ri,ht-hand slcIe of Eq. (1114) is formally identicaJ te !be riVI-band side of Eq. (l1.25~

Consdrer now a jeep of wire COftu,;ininl electrons at me with respect to it SuJ"PC*: that the J~f is crumpn, wpe. &nd focus on I ses:menIWt mo\"CS with ¥docity , 1rith n:spect to some inertiAl !'rime. If th~ loop is abo in a chan(Jinl ftUa:nctic: ftdd a. defined with respect to lN.t ~ (rame., the~ will be. fcrce on the ekctfOllS due to the E fiekt l'rodl.lCed by the chAnpni •• aN a force due to the (-=t that the dect.rons in the seamen' have velocity ... The sum 0( the::.: ron::a. ",,.lIIIit cIIarfo .. ," me" •• an be ide!ltdled with F of Eq. (11.24) and !be shape of tile loop WIth C. Tbc tine inlOJl .. 1 of F arourwllhe loop is liven by the ri,ht.band side 0( Eq. (11.24l which i. ldenlicaJ WIth th" n,llt-hand side of Eq. It 1.25~ Equaun, the loft hand Ada of tIIese tWO equations and ~tfi.,", tile ernI ill !be W1t1l u

eml- (. F·~~

• <

°500_11.1.

11-'

xu ,,;,

\1-.

11.6

we have

emf. -~~. c dr

(11.261

Equation (11.~6) is the jfu.'t r'ul~. the JeMnlized Iorm 0( the Faraday law of induction thai wu mennoned in Sect-on 11.2. II is unexcepuonable if the emf i5 interpreted (or what It is. n.mely, the line mtegral, at a given instant of tirne.eround • loop haY;n, the shape ofthc wire at that InSlOlnt, ora Icrce ferree-In'ely an electnc 6tJd)ddlned in the same Inenial frame that defines 6 and" Equation (11.26) may nOl, however. be espttlally useful. The concept 0( emf In. wire is parllcularly convenient 'When it involves th~ liee inlt&ni of an etecmc M~ defined III • frame JIIJtiONJI'Y with respect 10 the Wire. BUI If the wire IS chan~ing shape, there IS no sinck stationary rrame with respect to which all parts o( the wire are II I'nL Because of such reservations we have chosen not to take the "ux law as the primary law 0( mductlon. but ntha' 1\a'w1: chosen the Faraday law of Eq. (11.2~ wherein III quantities refer to a sinpe uNmbil\Jous Irame. A discussion of vancus questions connected with the ftul law, Ind pl.n~larty thOle connected with the chtficultin auoc:iatcd with the deftnition of an emrin a movin, frame. is JlVC!1 by Scanlon (R).

11.6 AlIXIUAav I'O'TINT1Al!i AND CAlJ(;~ TIANSToa.',uTIONS

As with SUtie fields. it ts frequently more CO"~)C'nt not to deal with E and • din:ctty, but with potentials from .. hlCh they can be derived. We discuss thne

potentials no~. ..g=

Even for tJme-varyin, fields it is still true that V· 8 .. 0 so we can write

•• V • A.

(1127)

where A is 0( courx now I function orume.. But sina V x E" O. there is no simple seaJar potential !or E. On putlin, (I 1.27) into (11.) we see, be ..... r, that

V. (E+ ~~) - 0. (11.23)

., ... <all try 10 write E + (Ilc)(~AI~) .. the ~ient of some ",.1 .. funcuon ~.

(11.29)

The qUlJltilie> A and 4. boIh ti_ dcpendeI!t. an the aenenlized veetcr and.salar po<en~ H_. they an DOCIIDlquety detmmned by EqL (1117) Ind (1121, Tber< an: other pocentials_ wilicll dJlfer !rom A and 4 by a SO<aIIed ,,,,,,r IT.,.,P-ioo. tha, Ii'" tile ...... resuJu for !be JIdds. A P .... u-at1SlonnatlOll i. tile operatioa g( repiaci .. A by A ... vr, and • by • - (llc)(ilrl~J. ........ r II III

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.... MAOIII.TIC 'LUX D, •• ,T't'

When ehar,ed po"icl .. move i,n rqions pervaded by sutic mimetic fteldo but trIIC (rom ~:.:1ric fields. 1M lpeeds oJ the pt.rticlet are ncx Itrected but their piths are. in aenua1. run-ed. Experimental studiel d r.hc.l ~ths' ~ [hat thl Icece oJ ma,netic ori,in Ktina on I charccd particle 11 • pXril P c:an be doocribod by lhe followin, eq .. tion in..xvin, • e_ prcdllCl:

F ........ - fY X a.

Hon , ;, III. clec:trie charp on tho portic'" • ;, ill Ydocity at '. and • ;, • - a.ociued witb tile ..... -x: fitld at '- W. wlil calJ a tho 1ItIIf'Wd< f/tIX tkwJIJr. ",her .. _ an 1_ oa tho inside bod: <D>W. Tho ""","node and direction 0( lilt' at! be r"""", .. .,_;m<IItally by in_iptinl .nth tho help 0(1) tho potho 0( lwo <harp! portidoo that _ th"" .... '. _ lit. t~

I_I_".-(I .... I"I~

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it ill "l a -iaa" rubor thaa a "cIlarJKri.u.," r_ n.

NItS-OIcqi ",lit rCO' -.ri.,. <hat r_r""" (I);' tbI,(_._,,,,,Ij/ (_."""""",b). wbid! ;'lqIIivaloa. '" tho _,.,. .. _.. _ and;' en.. calloci tho lui .. alt« Nikala T .... (1157-1943). I. middle ~ tho tnqIIitudo 0( Iii. horimntal com_I 0( B i .. bouI .. , )( 10-' -"1-' DIll' tbI equate .. , it ill abtu twa • tar... A c:oa¥Cnioa formula n.dI:

lAt .. apply (I) f.o a pooiti .. ion ( .... "'- <harp ,) injo","" in .. alUlil' ... macne-:ic fIdd with I. Ydocity T perpendicular to 8, Ind let \;. ipDftl rela.ti~iKic elf ..... Tho "''''poncat 0( tho fon:. (I) poralld to 8 is .I_" zero; i. dUa _rnp!e tho "'''''poMDt of the ioitial >elocity 0( tha ion ,;anJ1oI to • is aIoo .-0. and tbe:rd'Ol"e the. )on ..-lit remain in a plane perpendicular to 11. The f ...... (I) ;, 0/>, .. " perpendicu ... 10 ': thcroI'on, the _1 • 0( tho ioa will remaia ,:o_u~ the for<a (I) will ha .... tho conswt ...... itudo ",6. and tho k:e wiU 1'nO¥I 'with I constant speal in a circle. n. "",nnude 0/1lbe centripo etal rcree Rqljlnd. (Of unirorm ;rDO(ion in I circle or radhla , is ",.t/r, the maanitudl 01 '1M l"ailabM centripetal (ora is ,oB, and thcn{on the radiUl 0( tho cir1:uIar polh ex tho ion w,lI bo

(I)

(2)

The rormula ror the force actin, on I. darpd pt.rtide movinl in .. rq;oa pervaded by botb an electric and a mqnetic field IS ehesum 0( (I).nd (~1:

F~ - '"'-tnt + F._. .. = q(E +., x B).

(3)

n. formula is named aI'ICr Hendrik AD""'" Lceentz (1IlJ-1921).

Maa-x: fields catI be c:auoed by permanenl mllnetS. by electric ""rronll (fI7). and by ti.,..vuy; .. d<ctric fields (!9l~ Fee the moment. let u wnre .. ror the m&pctic ftux density produced by an electric circuit CllT)'inl I. curnct I. fa fl7 """ will incrc:x::h.ace rormuL. ror comPUtinl B, and will show

!hal • .

di't a, - o.

(4)

In M&raooIl'I theory. (4) is...,.ruizod to n:acI

diva ~ 0,

(l)

, ..

_. is tho ftus deaoity 0( ""1 mqnetic IIeId. wha • ._ it> cause. Tbc rtep ,,_ (4) to (5) implie> that Mu ... "lI·1 tl>«ry precludc:l the existence of rna, ... ", III<lrIOpOIoI. Indeed. (5) impiies that. a1lhouah thajlw~ 1/",,0( 8 may ha .... btu." • UI F ... 'ID. the tInaI"" li"'tofB ha"" "" t:qinninp or ends-which Ihey would haw Oct _.. mooopoIc.

Tho !ax g( B ..".". a __ S • caJ1ed ,be _1"";< Jfw~ ..".". S ....

dotxxc it by •• CO' Ii .. piy.: •

(5")

• - •• - II.····

(6)

~ we UJ)r'a _ in !qUire met:m and • in weben per ~Ul:re meter, OW' WUt ror meuurin, m.apaic ftux is the ~.

LM: .w:raJ 1Wfaea. III properly licncd. sp.n the same silncd conlour C. la thclilhro(f)2. Equalion (!I) iro~ia that the tlux of B Kross each of lhac aurfaaa ha the 1I.1nC numerical value. Therefore. 'titre nu.y Jpeak 0{ the flux 0{ I: I.~ anyone 0( thac swfKO IS the mllnctic nUl ,Itrot.tr" the conto\lr C or the malnetic flux UMi", the c:oatour C. and may denote It by ~C"

UI

no dill F...w. f 11

St.MIy nT,tight.line curr."r. A sleady current i ftCI.., upward alan, tIM I uiI. • in Fi,. :199; we ianol'e the elfecu of the return ponton of the c:ireuit. Iocaled rar ."''Iy. Our task it to compule B a' In nrtMtnry poiaIl'. 'trbich WI puc wilthout 1011 of ,enerality in the xy ):Mane, at thte distance, from the I uiL W. tll1c:D balw

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1'01 1-5,1,

TIlio io tho i""" ... !Ino._ t.w 0' Bi« "",,!i4Nn. Acconlinl 10 i£). lho 1iMI 011 around a ~ ltTai,hc CUlrTent-ca.rryia, win arc c:u:"C:Jca. wbole __

is _led by tbc ",tH·band rule to the direction of the CW'n::nt in. tM ";re.

T,.. dl_g.nc. of B. Eq ... rica (I) penai.. to tho ""'Inetic field pnxIuood by I fila ...... "" cireuit oUT),inl a current I, To om. thin fact, let .. replace for I ,_" the oymboi dB by dB. Takinl the di_..".,. 0( both lies. 0( (I ~ .... then ., ..

diY(dl,) ~ ~ eli. (oil X ~).

Now. ia new at (73').

... C8rI (6) = 0 bee .... d1 is I fixed constanl ..:tor (or ;, uniform vector _~ aloo, curl (1,/") = O. boca"", the curl 0( any IIeld 0( tho form ft,)I, ia ..... It tbon folio", rrom (I) ttw ,:Ii. (dB,) = 0, Sinc:a tho noW IIcIId .. iI I ouporpairica 0( tho _ til; ..... """,Iudo that

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II I • oIocuicicy .~ to I .. _ism. or iI it 1 .. 1_ to H' Hen __ ......, .. fOl' .. yin, that !: is simiIat to H. and D iI similar to

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00 ~ oq..ao.. coecaia tho curio 0( !: Ind H. but Ib_ eIi __ O(D .....

l') A~. 0(." electra with. bot ......... i. F\J. I"", lUI' ..... poiriac I: witIt H. and D with I.

Cc) no table on tho iluicle rront co_ and Exetcioe I" IUIII"It thai 1M _ io tho "_" _ic: <OWItorpart O(the _b and __ tho .".turaI~ cboiao 0( ....... 0( masnetic polo stroftIIh: iI' we _0 th. cboioI. Ind arran,. variouI, quantil_ ac:cordina &0 the JtnaCtUR <II thoir .mll. we II"' tho table oa tho illlide bock """. whicIJ car· ..... !: witlO H, Mel D willi I,

no _ (a) .nd (b) an tnIo, 0( ""' .... bul tho aituarica ;1"""-' . ace dMt-cut, beau. om caa cenail,i), chaUenp the impliclarioal draW'll .- ia (c~ In r.a, • ill EA ..... I, ... oon ._ tho "'pew' ..... __ 0( tho _ .. I __ 0( .....,...;. polo """'ph; iI' ' ... mok. thio

cboica. ! bec:omeI CCXTe:ialed with" and D .ith H • ., ru II 1M IItt'UC'tV.n 01 their 1IDia • c:onc:.rtl*i. 1rM.tandard IIJument (01" supportina lhit c:ctte:I.&. rica and ... pbasizi"1 tho fields E and I baa to do with micl'oocopic: eee__ and ru .. IS follows:

no. clcllnitioa 01 E. Ii- in 142. mU. no ref ....... to I"",," or moIo<uhII and lookII eqwJIy wdl bcxb _ and micn:ecopically. By <""trail, aIlv ~ D i. 161 i. a rnoc:roocopic: rllll.,." _ remarked in 162 that I Wen>ocopic clcllnitioa 0( D II I poiat ia I dielectric .-

D-*.[+ P.

(I)

bS

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(1)

(I) .

(10)

div B = O. (I

One can. d eoune.. a.ume outnlhl [hal then are: 00 malnetic ~ and an ptSuLaIl (1 J) wnhout ftm showin, with the help of (he dB rormu that (10) bokb rot the ma,nenc f)eJcb of ti~menUrt currenn. Our cSc.n~IK 01 (10) wou1d then lroount 10 provine 1M! the dB ronnula i:s r.:onunent W1 MuweU's eqUition (II). One: an derive lhe dB rormula rrom Muwell', C:qu. lion.. but we will bOt do that in tha. book.

no F-. I. D. E, .. H f U'

wheR P is the intensityd pol&tizat»on of the dielectric I.t that point. Sil'lliiariy. the definition ol B, &l\'en in U., holds both macro- Ind n:llcroscopically. but this iI not: 10 for H. In ract. .rter dennin, H in US in • macrOSCopIC \If1.y. we mentioned tho m~ ddlnition ol Hat. potnt in I ma.&netic maten.J.l. -yo

H - k(l-p-).

(2)

where p. is the intensity 0( m&cncti.ation 0( the m&tc:i.aJ It that point. ex· • pr-.- in we ben pot """" _er.

TbUl., the fidda E &Dd B aa be dct\ncd without nicnin, to electric or mqneric propc:rtia 0( ItOmS and rndecuJa. By contn.1t. the miCT'tW:O'p'ic dcJinitiona (I) and (2) 0( D .nd H ;"voI .. P and P _ and beeee depend on atomic or morkcular ~ the Rep rrom the micro- to the mac~ detinit..ioN iDvona takinl l¥er1.p!I O'I'U muJtitudCl alatom:s. From tht. stand· point. [and a are .milar, D is similar 10 H. and the ~tr to be emphasized • E and B.

So tben &rI UJUments fot ccrrdatin, l .. ith 8. Ind there are abo I.lJUmena rOC' corn::latinl [ with H. lf and whee ma&ne't1C monopolCi Ire ee.-ved.. this subjKt _ill haw to be rnitIrtd in a new tetlin&- In the meantime, tbe quarioa is DO( ., much which a:r'T'eb.tion iI CCII"nCt, but which ~jr 01 6dds-E and .. or [and H-ia more. mcaninafuL, I'DOR dacriptivt:. and more c:onvertieftl ic speciftc eomput&tiora.

I. particl. dynaznioo (.ho _y 0( _ioa 0( charpl pan;'l .. in cie<tric and maptic 1Ioida) tho Loren u r""" F _ 9([ + , X I). coma into play. with iu cmphail CWI.£ and a. Aile. the two eqUAtions (IO"ry. .. hi<=h intetTdat. !: and I, cO<lIli. only "... po""" eeee, the ~ 0( Ii &1<' c. For 'his and other ,..,.., tb. pair or equa.tionl ill ~rticularty CDnvmient rot rdltiV1:a)e tea ..... formatioaa.

In COCW'8t to partide dynatn.ia.. in 1Nd_ r:I eiectrorna,nctic ....... the -tmrinsic impodancl" of thI medium ~ into pLay, • pu'lmetet that he to do with nita of a.mpliflldel of the dectric aad ma..anetic ~lds c:ompri:Rn, & • "Wi (1110). In OW' vnia., impe:ianca In u~ in tennI of 1M ohm, which is • ., our unit (or 1M rario of E to H (the ¥OItimcut divided by the ampere/meter). AI. result. the Plir [and H is IOmeWl'lat :nore c:onvcntent ie altUdy r:L doct..romatnet'c WlWS than the J»,ir E and B. Ir tltt: '*1; .... are dita..-:t in tcr'rN d the MKS-GiorJi units.. This is one c/ [he main reuons .hy we Jcaa in tru. book toward the corretatKw!i shown on cover three.

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