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Electrogravitics

Discussion in 'The Case For...' started by shamangineer, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. shamangineer

    shamangineer Well-Known Member

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    A few weeks ago, while reading Clarke's Childhood's End, I was reminded of a curious phenomenon: Time Dilation.
    My understanding is that it refers to the difference in Time-perception between two points of observation, such that if you were to travel round-way from Earth to a distant star system, you in your craft would only experience the duration of the voyage, while on Earth, much more time would have elapsed by the time you're back.
    A good representation of that is in the film Interstellar, and many other films.

    The image that flashed in my mind, curiously, while I was pondering on that, was a memory of when I used an electrical mixer to stir milk in large pots at one of my kitchen work. I would try to create a nice vortex on the middle, and if you look carefully, the liquid closest to the centre spins faster than does the milk on the edge. Time Dilation?

    It's probably not a good analogy (although as above, so below), but it stuck with me for whatever reason. It also makes you think twice about travelling off-planet.

    Of course, it made me curious whether this would still apply if one were to travel through wormholes ("instantaneous", or point-to-point travel vs linear, mechanical motion).

    PS: By the way, Dr Michael Salla's new book was just released a few days ago:
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    I've only read the third second installation of the series, involving US Navy, based mostly (but not exclusively) on William 'Bill' Tompkins testimony which was quite the investigation into the subject of German crafts; Navy involvement and subsequent formation of US-MIC SSP, including involvement of Navy military brass in the production of cultural icons like Star Trek, Outer Limits, Battlestar Galactica.
     
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    Several subjects here !
    1) The so called "time dilation" is a consequence of Einstein BS... So i do not care to think about it.
    2) A spinning fluid is a remarkable environment, as demonstrated by Schauberger.
    3) Michael Salla is figure that will be much remembered in the future...
    4) Probably all modern SciFi has ties with the SSP. In the case of the Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry was two hops away from people inside the SSP.
     
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  4. enjoypolo

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    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/26/us/politics/ufo-sightings-navy-pilots.html

    I’ve noticed this article making the rounds on the Web, regarding a Navy pilot and his UFO encounters. Sems written by the same reporters who broke the Pentagon/AATIP story in Dec. 2017

    It’s very bare, and feels to me like parents helping a toddler walk (aka slow-drip disclosure)..

    The exception, being the description of a close mid-air encounter by the pilot looking like a “sphere enclosing a cube”.:cool:
    There are also mentions of classified “drone” programs. A clue to the riddle, no doubt.

    As usual, anything that involves Elizondo (Bigelow), or MIC characters should be taken with suspicion and backstage agendas.

    PS: Dr Salla just posted an article along the same lines.
    https://www.exopolitics.org/us-navy-pilot-reports-of-ufos-go-mainstream/
     
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    My people...I have finally found you......I just RE-read The Hunt for Zero Point (Nick Cook). There are a number of arguments against why UAP are not exotic tech, which I would like to discuss if anyone is interested?
     
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  8. enjoypolo

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    hey man, you're in the right crowd to talk about these things ;)