Tuesday, January 24, 2006

it's not so hard

Is our stuff so hard to understand? Gravity control, alien technology, is this stuff so hard and so foreign that, not only thinking people don't think about this but people who believe in ufo's don't think about how they work.

Nice, if ufo people might ask how. Why?

Aaargh, say I. But, we are so small. Aside from you and me, there is no thought about gravity control. The world is a combustion engine thinking machine. We are left with gravity control. Gee thanks. But....thanks. We who read this small note with interest are part of the quest for gravity control.

Gravity control is basically the next step. And, as more people understand, we can say goodbye to rockets. Except for NASA that will be great. But we honor nasa for getting us into space and off this planet. Yay NASA.

Now that gravity control is ready for placement, there are a whole lot of rocket people about to be put out of a job. That's not right. Those wonderful and dedicated people will embrace gravity control and will be just as dedicated, though perhaps amazed. I know I am.



James B. Nicholson

Koh Samui

4 Comments:

At 9:12 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't despair. Do you really think pioneers of the past had much of a following?

 
At 11:22 p.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm, I guess not.

 
At 3:27 a.m., Blogger Vimana_Pilot said...

Gravity control may be doable but not with the Field Frequency Modulator (FFM). It's a "helicopter in a vacuum" relying on a "unified terrestrial field" which simply isn't there. The earth certainly does have an electromagnetic field, but the energy required to overcome gravity by electromagnetic means is enormous. Maglev trains can do it, but they're equivalent to hovercraft on rails. The Inverse Square effect limits lift to only a few inches. So here is one area where a new theoretical basis is needed in order to go further.

 
At 10:29 p.m., Blogger gravity control said...

Must disagree with Vimana Pilot.

We sure thank you for your comments.

The Vimanas as I recall was an Indian flying machine but there's doubt that it was anything more than a hot air machine from reports that they couldn't fly higher than the highest hills.

On the other hand, the vimanas was supposed to also be propelled by swirling liquid mercury which puts it in the Schauberge/Clem class, not project unity but certainly what seems to have been a method. Unity is now swirling, it's focus.

Vimana Pilot, we appreciate your help.
Your thoughts are welcome

 

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