Tuesday, 31 March 2009
ESA’s Venus Express data undoubtedly confirm for the first time the presence of a huge 'double-eye' atmospheric vortex at the planet's south pole. This striking result comes from analysis of the data gathered by the spacecraft during the first orbit around the planet.
Saturday, 21 March 2009
Matter is a twist in the aether. To fashion matter out of the aether, the aether has to create an energy sink. The aether does this by working in opposition to itself. A vortex is the only way in which a fluid may move through itself. At the core of the vortex, the aether divides itself into a double helix. The double helix is made up of the aether moving in two different directions. We now have two vortices which are joined, one to the other, by their centres of rotation, and gives us a shape something like an hour-glass, or a bow-tie perhaps.
Draw a double helix on a piece of paper, and ensure that you have an even number of turns. It needs to be an even number (2,4,6...). Add a loop at either end of the double helix. The double helix is the aether moving in two different directions. If you follow the course of the aether moving down one side of the helix, round one loop, and back down the other side of the helix, and then round the next loop - you should find yourself repeating the course once again. You should find that the direction inside one loop is opposite to the direction of the other loop. In one loop the direction is clockwise, and in the other it is counter-clockwise. I think, we now have the basic premise to polarity.
We can even reduce the double helix to a point where the two loops simply join to make a figure-eight. If you follow a course around the figure-eight you should find the same thing as before - one loop follows a clockwise direction, while the other loop follows a counter-clockwise direction. The direction changes each time the middle of the figure-eight is crossed. You can follow the top loop round in a clockwise direction, but when it crosses the middle of the figure-eight to enter the bottom loop, then the direction you follow becomes counter-clockwise.
The energy flows quite happily around the figure-eight any number of times without interruption, but we can make the observation that in one loop the direction of flow is clockwise, while in the other it is counter-clockwise. The direction of the flow of energy is rather dependent upon the observer. In the same way I suppose, that if you hovered directly above the north pole, the Earth would appear to rotate in a counter-clockwise direction. But if you were able to observe the Earth from the south pole, it would appear to rotate in a clockwise direction. It all depends on the position of the observer.
The figure-eight is a rather ingenious way in which a uni-directional flow of energy can be made to appear as if though it works in two directions. The figure-eight is an interesting shape. On its side it becomes the mathematical symbol for infinity.In maths, the shape is also known as the Lemniscate of Bernoulli (pictured at the top of the page). If we think of it as a 3-dimensional shape (as in the picture directly above) it begins to look a bit like a saddle, or a Pringle's crisp. In mathematics, there is a particularly grand name for the shape of a Pringle's crisp - it's a hyperbolic paraboloid.
When you say - hyperbolic paraboloid - it has such a resounding brevity, that surely, it's something to be savoured when you manage to toss it (rather like a live hand-grenade) into a conversation. Something like someone asking you, "Did you see the game last night?" And you might say, "Yup." Then they might add, "Did you see Beckham's freekick? What a blinder. Talk about 'bend it like Beckham'!" Then you say, "Bend it like Beckham? Bend it like Beckham? It was more like a hyperbolic paraboloid." And the person will probably just LOOK at you.
The hyperbolic paraboloid is a three-dimensional curve that is a hyperbola in one cross-section, and a parabola in another cross section. I'm pretty new to the names of these shapes (even though we are all familiar with the shapes themselves). I found this site useful for a quick dose:
Basically, a hyperbola is a curve in mathematics. A hyperbola is derived from a double cone. A double cone looks a bit like an hour-glass, or a bow-tie perhaps. I'm grateful to the following site for easing me in a bit more gently:
Also, this site has pictures of hyperboloid structures, out-there, in the big bad world:
"A quadratic surface of which there are two basic forms: a hyperboloid of one sheet, generated by spinning a hyperbola around its conjugate axis, and a hyperboloid of two sheets produced by rotating a hyperbola about its transverse axis. The hyperboloid of one sheet, first described by Archimedes, has some particularly remarkable properties. In 1669 Christopher Wren, the architect who designed St. Paul's Cathedral in London, showed that this kind of hyperboloid is what mathematicians now call a ruled surface – a surface composed of infinitely many straight lines. This fact enables a close approximation to a hyperboloid to be made in the form of a string model. Two circular disks, of the same size, are held parallel, one exactly above the other, by a framework. Strings are then run through holes near the circumference of one circle to corresponding holes in the other circle that are a fixed distance further around the circumference. Each string is perfectly straight but the surface that emerges takes the curved form of a hyperboloid. For the same reason, a cube spun rapidly on one of its corners will appear to describe a hyperbolic curve when viewed side-on. "
That last sentence reminds me of something once said by Einstein; "The Theory says a lot, but does not really bring us any closer to the secret of the 'Old One'. I, at any rate, am convinced that he does not throw dice."
For my eyes, the hyperboloid resembles the inner core of a torus. Indeed, the exact shape of a vortex is a hyperboloid, or a hyperbola of rotation. If we were to wring the waist of a hyperbola like it was a dish-rag, then it would give us a hyperboloid. If we were to wring the hyperboloid to such a degree that the waist constricted to a point, then we would have, once again, something like a double cone. If you draw a double cone, I find you can impose a hyperbolic paraboloid over it, by drawing round the double cone, and treating it like a figure-eight. Indeed, if you induce the flow of energy as being counter-clockwise in the top cone, then you find the flow of energy appears to be clockwise in the bottom cone.
If energy was moving inside the hyperboloid, then at the waist, or vertex, we would thus find the energy being condensed at this point. Occasionally you might spot a hyperboloid that wants your money. You start with a coin at the rim and let go. The coin revolves around the funnel in spirals in its descent into the vortex at the centre. You can see one here: http://www.funnelworks.com/index.html
Is the hyperboloid describing the centre of our 'atomic' torus? Does energy descend, and ascend in spirals inside a hyperbolic funnel? If it does, then it's worth noting that these spirals will be condensed into ever-decreasing circles at the vertex. Are the ascension and descension of this energy describing centripetal and centrifugal forces? Are these forces dictated by the direction, clockwise or counter-clockwise, taken by the energy inside the hyperbolic funnel? It could be that the movement of this energy is describing how electromagnetic radiation is emitted by matter.
Many thanks to everyone:
Friday, 20 March 2009
Hydrogen is a gas at room temperature and standard pressure. In the Universe, hydrogen is primarily in the form of clouds of gas and stars. Hydrogen gas turns to liquid under standard atmospheric pressure at minus 262.9 degrees C . This is very close to absolute zero. Absolute zero is known to be 0 kelvin, minus 273.15 degrees C, and it's used to describe a theoretical system that neither emits nor absorbs energy. The temperature in space does not go any lower than 3 degrees kelvin. In laboratories, temperatures approaching absolute zero have been reached, but never absolute zero itself.
Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements in the Universe. 90% of all the atoms in the known Universe are hydrogen. Hydrogen is lighter than all other elements, and is lighter than air. Hydrogen is a diatomic molecule, meaning there are two atoms of hydrogen in a hydrogen molecule (which also makes it the smallest molecule), and therefore a compound with itself. Hydrogen really digs its own company. While diatomic hydrogen (H2) is not very reactive under standard conditions it does form compounds with most elements (the most obvious being oxygen to create water, H2O). Hydrogen, unless part of a compound, is never alone and always appears as a diatomic.
The theory that hydrogen turns metallic under extreme pressure was first advanced in 1935 by Eugene Wigner. Under normal conditions on our planet, molecular hydrogen functions as an insulator, blocking electrical flow. Apply sufficient pressure, theory said, and hydrogen turns metallic, becoming an exceptional conductor of electricity. Theory predicted that metallization would occur when the insulating molecular solid would transform to a metallic monoatomic solid at absolute zero - 0 kelvin. The following site is an excellent article on the search for liquid metallic hydrogen. It was written by the team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Using a 20-meter-long, two-stage light-gas gun - the team are convinced they have discovered liquid metallic hydrogen.....
At metallization, Lawrence Livermore calculated that only 5% of the original molecules had seperated into indivual atoms of hydrogen, which means that the metallic hydrogen is primarily a molecular fluid (and not the monoatomic metallic state as predicted by theory). The experiment appears to confirm that metallic hydrogen is indeed a superconductor.
Now this all feels strange to me. I never quite expected to find that it is possible for hydrogen to reveal so much about the nature of the aether. Remember, matter is but a twist in the aether. A very dense element stretches the aether field. Hydrogen, being the least dense of the elements, skims the surface of the aether. For this reason, I think it is hydrogen which has the closest resemblance to the potential energy of the aether.
Where there is no heat, and where there is no light - this is where I expected to find the fluid of the aether. Absolute zero. I half expected to find nothing. Absolutely nothing. I've always assumed that the aether would forever remain untangible. It was my belief that it was simply not possible for the human mind to comprehend the aether. Instead, we're waving a polaroid of the aether that is developing into a metallic fluid.
To recreate metallic hydrogen in a laboratory, incredibly high pressures have to be used. Techniques for creating pressures of upto five million atmospheres (higher than the pressure at the centre of the Earth) are currently being developed in hopes of creating liquid metallic hydrogen. So, liquid metallic hydrogen is super-dense. The behaviour of the aether suggests that it too is super-dense. I have one image of the Earth as a styrofoam ball floating in the fluid of the tar-like aether. Also, the colossal speed of light means that the aether has to be unbelievably rigid - yet incredibly light since it does not impede motion.
It is supposed that at absolute zero, liquid metallic hydrogen becomes a super-conductor. I think there's good reason it becomes a super-conductor. In my mind, electricity emerges as something which is inherent to the aether, and not simply a property of matter, or EMR. I think it's the nature of the aether to be a super-conductor because electricity is a fundamental property of the aether.
Super-cooled helium, at 2.17 kelvin, becomes a super-fluid. Though it is super-dense, it does not resist objects passing through it. It flows frictionless through cracks and apertures so tiny that nothing else, not even a thinner gas, can penetrate them - at least, not without notable friction. Well, now a frictionless fluid is exactly what is needed to produce the unfathomably fast, mind-boggling gymnastics that create EMR.
Perhaps this is the most complex thing to understand about the aether - how can it be so very dense, and also extremely elastic at the same time? To support the Universe the aether needs to be both. In the same way, I guess, that God is thought of as being here and there at the same time. Remember though, that time is only an experience. Time is not inherent to the Universe. Time is dictated by the rate of perception. Though some frequencies of EMR appear to be in their trillions for every moment that passes, a faster rate of perception would effectively slow that number down. For me, this makes the aether more believable, as I come to understand that perhaps, I percieve the Universe at a very plodding pace compared to the physics going on around me.
" In contrast with quantum physics the aether theories state that there are no particles only waves. The zero point in the aether theory of Daniel Winter is the perfect stillness, the alpha and the omega of creation. This zero point is perfect stillness and infinite movement at the same time. It’s the same thing. How can this be? How can these opposites be the same? The cascade of Golden waves creates an infinite series of higher harmonics and when all the waves are added up using the Fourier principle it creates a flat wave of zero Hertz, perfect stillness!
Now think of a glass of water, if you start to vibrate it slowly, you will quite clearly see wave fronts in the glass. When we increase the frequency, it will be harder to notice the water surface is vibrating. If we add in all possible vibrations with frequencies ranging from extremely low to indefinitely high, the sum result of all these vibrations will turn the water into a smooth surface again. The water has become calm again. This calmness however is illusionary since the water is both at rest and shaking like hell all at the same time!
That is what the zero point field in essence is; it’s complete stillness (0 Hz) and filled with an infinite cascade of Golden harmonics all at the same time.
The waves that create matter and that by means of fractals move into the nucleus in an increasing cascade of Golden waves speed up and exceed the light speed. But where do they go? They center into the zero point, back from where they came. In this sense, the zero point is the alpha and omega of creation!
The zero point is perfect stillness and unimaginable abundant activity at the same time! They are two sides of the same coin, it’s like a snake biting it’s own tail. "
Wednesday, 18 March 2009
'Heat' energy is transferred from infrared radiation to an object. Something though, does not quite ring right. EMR does not possess heat energy. EMR is energy, but it actually propagates through a vacuum with no temperature at all. EMR is not a form of heat energy transfer. I don't think infrared radiation carries heat. I think infrared radiation is able to incite matter into releasing heat. If we follow this line of reasoning a little bit further, and say that matter does not possess potential energy, and that potential energy is a property of the aether, then we are drawn to the full conclusion that EMR incites matter to release energy from the aether, which in-turn heats it up.
So far we have seen 'heat energy transfer' from infrared radiation to an object (and discovered there is no such thing!). We are also taught that heat is transferred from atom to atom, and from object to object, but the same idea about the lack of potential energy applies. Matter does not possess potential energy. Potential energy is a property of the aether.
It is supposed that heat flows from matter of a high temperature to matter of a lower temperature. Heat is energy in the process of being transferred from one object to another because of the temperature difference between them. Heat does not transfer from one object to another if they are of the same temperature. This type of energy transfer between objects is known as conduction and/or convection, and it's much slower than heat transfer by electromagnetic radiation. Solids such as metals are good conductors of heat, while gases such as air, are poor conductors of heat.
But none of this heat transfer is taking place, because matter does not possess the potential energy needed to transfer. Something else is happening, and it smacks of sympathetic resonance (resonant energy transfer). Every object has a unique natural frequency of vibration. Vibration can be induced by the direct forcible disturbance of an object, or by the forcible disturbance of the medium in contact with an object (eg. the surrounding air or water). Heat is not being transferred, but rather the vibration is being transferred, and thereby heat is generated. I am reminded of when a soundwave moves through a medium, each particle of the medium vibrates at the same frequency.
Soundwaves travel faster through solids, such as steel, than they do travelling through the air. The velocities of elastic waves in solids are of the order of magnitude of several thousand meters per second (something like ten times the velocity in air). The loudness of sound decreases as it moves through a substance.
Soundwaves are longitudinal waves. A longitudinal wave is one where the vibration at any point is in the same direction as the wave itself is moving. The waveform (pattern of crusts and troughs) moves forward transmitting energy, while the particles of which the medium is composed do not move long distances, but oscillate to and fro. Contrast with transverse waves, where the direction of vibration is perpendicular to that of travel.
EMR is a transverse wave. EMR propagates at the speed of light, something like 300,000 km per second. Sound does not travel anywhere near as fast. In the air, the speed of sound is 330 meters per second. I suspect that the vibration perpendicular to that of travel in an EMR wave is the electric field. It could be that the electric field is generated by charges vibrating from side to side in the cylinder of the double helix. How does this then apply to the oscillation found in a longitudinal wave? We are taught that the oscillation in a longitudinal wave is due to molecules vibrating against one another. I found this site offered a good explanation:
"As a sound wave moves through a medium, each particle of the medium vibrates at the same frequency. This is sensible since each particle vibrates due to the motion of its nearest neighbor. The first particle of the medium begins vibrating, at say 500 Hz, and begins to set the second particle into vibrational motion at the same frequency of 500 Hz. The second particle begins vibrating at 500 Hz and thus sets the third particle of the medium into vibrational motion at 500 Hz. The process continues throughout the medium; each particle vibrates at the same frequency. And of course the frequency at which each particle vibrates is the same as the frequency of the original source of the sound wave. Subsequently, a guitar string vibrating at 500 Hz will set the air particles in the room vibrating at the same frequency of 500 Hz which carries a sound signal to the ear of a listener which is detected as a 500 Hz sound wave. "
If you think this energy transfer of sound seems remarkably similar to heat energy transfer, then I'd say you were right (not that I've never been wrong!). It is said that the shortest soundwave which we can really have comes when successive atoms vibrate opposite to each other, so that the wavelength is twice the distance between 'atoms'. There is good experimental evidence that such frequencies really represent the maximum possible frequencies of acoustical vibrations. Interestingly, this frequency is in the order of magnitude of those found in the infrared vibrations of light waves.
Ultrasound is a cyclic sound pressure (acoustical vibration) with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing. Ultrasonic applications in the medical field have been shown to heat tissue. It is also possible to heat a fluid using ultrasonics, and to obtain a rise of several degrees per minute. Ultrasonics are also used for cleaning:
"Ultrasonic cleaners, sometimes mistakenly called supersonic cleaners, are used at frequencies from 20-40 kHz for jewellery, lenses and other optical parts, watches, dental instruments, surgical instruments, diving regulators and industrial parts. An ultrasonic cleaner works mostly by energy released from the collapse of millions of microscopic cavitations near the dirty surface. The bubbles made by cavitation collapse forming tiny jets directed at the surface. Home ultrasonic cleaners are available and cost about US $60 or more."
If a sound wave is impressed upon a liquid and the intensity is increased, apoint will be reached where cavitation occurs. Cavitation is the formation of a gas bubble in the liquid during the rarefaction cycle. When the compression cycle occurs the gas bubble collapses. During the collapse tremendous pressures are produced. The bubble eventually collapses to a minute fraction of its original size, at which point the gas within dissipates into the surrounding liquid via a rather violent mechanism, which releases a significant amount of energy in the form of an acoustic shock wave and as visible light. At the point of total collapse, the temperature of the vapor within the bubble may be several thousand kelvin, and the pressure several hundred atmospheres. A great example of this process at work, is held by the amazing knock-out blow of the pistol shrimp:
The rarefaction and compression cycles are typical of longitudinal waves. In previous posts we've touched on ultrasonic emulsification, and its implications in the formation of magma. I suspect that gases inside magma are dissolved to a point where they become invisible. I ventured to say that these dissolved gases become what we term 'ions'.
The rarefaction and compression cycles also feel similar to the way electromagnetic waves are produced. It's got me thinking. Perhaps the magnetic field collapses to produce the electric field. Somehow, the double helix that is the magnetic field is expanding to form a 'gas bubble', and is then collapsing to release energy. The electric field is the energy produced by the collapse. If we try and relate this to the original torus, then it begins to look like the vortex is being snapped open and then clamped shut, over and over again. Back and forth, back and forth...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
I found this on the web last night.....
That was different! A physics discussion augmented by being part of a play, "The Fall and Rise of the House of Cards". It was written by Paul Rowe. They are not the greatest of companions - physics and theatre. I think Paul does a great job. Who wouldn't like to have a one-on-one with Einstein, or Maxwell? I would like to ask them what they really thought of the aether. The play brought home the idea that perhaps, science has always known about the aether. If you look at how Einstein developed space-time, it is conceivable that it was manufactured to disguise the aether. It fills the boots all too conveniently. Perhaps space-time was invented to hide the aether from us. Maybe it was done on purpose, and probably for good reason. I think they knew that World War II was on its way. And judging by the atom-bomb, who knows what monstrous fucking weapon we would have fashioned from the aether?
Paul's searching for that relationship between hydrogen and the aether. I hope he's right and hydrogen can be produced easily and efficiently from the aether. There was one more thing he said that caught my eye. He said that the aether becomes more dense around matter. I think though, that it is the other way round. I think the aether becomes less dense around matter, because the aether field is being stretched. Effectively, by stretching the medium that light propagates through, the speed of light slows down. It takes light longer to get from A to B because it has to traverse up and down the sink first. It could be possible that light travelling outside a cold energy sink moves a lot faster than 300, 000 km per second.
I don't think that it is only science that has always known about the aether. I am sure that many religions all over the globe have had, at one stage or other, knowledge of the aether. Each religion seems to hold a particular, and also peculiar, facet. Each facet is a clue to the whereabouts of the aether which resides amongst us. And yup, philosophy has probably always known about the aether too!
Friday, 13 March 2009
I've often wondered what is the missing link between high frequency EMR, such as gamma rays, and matter. I had suspected that gamma radiation was a link between EMR and matter. I'd thought hydrogen, the element which begins the periodic table with the atomic number 1, was the link between EMR and matter. Maybe, there's another way to look at it. Let's whack the pinata and see what falls out.
Matter is a cold energy sink in the fluid of the aether. The greater the density of matter, the more it will stretch the aether. The aether is incredibly dense, but we are unable to even notice it. In our world, elements which we think of as having a high density, or being "heavy", such as gold, or plutonium, are perhaps weaker than light elements such as hydrogen or helium, because these heavier elements have greater effect on stretching the aether field. Imagine the impact of a cannon-ball on the blanket of the aether, compared to that of a ping-pong ball. The heavier cannon-ball stretches the aether field a good deal more. Where the aether is stretched further and further, is it possible that this strain causes the aether field to be weaker? In the same way if we blow up a balloon too much, it's going to be big, but it's skin is going to be stretched and made weaker, and more sensitive, and therefore more likely to explode.
Heavy elements, and therefore heavy objects, are an illusion. The mind tells us something is 'heavy'. An object is not inherently 'heavy'. The manner in which we, as observers, interact with objects around us that reinforces all our ideas about them being 'heavy'. When we lift an object, it is our somatosensory system which sends signals to the brain, and creates all our ideas about the object.
Our sense of touch is controlled by a huge network of nerve endings and touch receptors in the skin known as the somatosensory system. Recent studies have shown that touch receptors in our fingerprints work on vibrations. As fingers move across a surface, the intricate geography of the finger tips, known as epidermal ridges, help select and amplify just the right vibrations to convey information from the skin to the brain. Indeed, it appears all our senses utilise vibrations - including, surprisingly, our sense of smell. 'Heavy' is simply an experience.
In my mind I am now reversing the periodic table so that where EMR ends with gamma radiation, it begins with the heavier elements. The heaviest element known to occur in nature is uranium with an atomic number of 92. Scientists have been able to create heavier elements in the laboratory - some go all the way upto 118. Many of the elements heavier than lead (atomic number 82) have nuclei so large that they are fairly unstable, making them radioactive. Radioactive elements heavier than lead undergo a series of decays each time changing from a heavier element to a lighter or more stable one. Once the element decays into lead, though, the process stops.
A reversal of the periodic table actually allows the Universe to make more sense. Radioactive decay exhibited by the heavier elements blends into the beginings of high frequency electromagnetic radiation. At the other end of the spectrum we have two straggling ends - one end being low frequency EMR, and the other end being the start of the periodic table, begining with hydrogen. The beauty of it now is uniting those two broken ends back together by the fluid of the aether.
Hydrogen is a cold energy sink in the aether of the fluid. It is our first glimpse of the vibrations of the aether to create matter. Hydrogen, atomic number 1, is perhaps only one simple step from the very essence of the Universe, the aether, and a wealth of potential energy beneath it.
On the other hand we have low frequency EMR. The EMR spectrum supposedly ends with the speed of light forming a wavelength of 300,000 km in one second. This maxim can be written as 1 Hz. It is thought nothing can go faster than 300,000 km in one second. But 300,000 km per second is the speed limit of light propagating through the aether. EMR propagates in transverse waves. Who's to say what speeds the fluid of the aether moves? It could be that the aether moves so darn fast we can't measure it.
When Tesla was experimenting with transmitting electricity, it appears he was trying to maximise on utilising the aether. Tesla considered his methods of transmission not 'Hertzian waves', or what we now refer to as transverse electromagnetic waves (radio), but another type of signal transmission. He described them as faster-than-light (FTL) longitudinal wave transmissions. Is it possible that these longitudinal waves are not simply propagating through the medium, but somehow, they are the medium?
Thursday, 12 March 2009
I'm looking at the double helix at the core of our donut. The fluid of the aether is moving around the cylinder in the shape of a double helix. One helix travels down the cylinder while the other helix travels up. We have two forces working in opposition to one another other. What's going to be the rub?
The double helix moves up and down the latitudes. So far, I've summised this is the magnetic field. I'm looking for the electric field which is longitudinal. It is perpendicular to the magnetic field. It appears, I could well find the electric field as something which emerges between the two helices of the double helix. An obvious comparison at this stage is the double helix of DNA.
If we imagine the structure of a double helix as somewhat like a ladder, then DNA has base pairs forming the ladder's rungs, and the sugar and phosphate molecules forming the vertical sidepieces of the ladder. It's the rungs, or base pairs which follow the longitudinal axis. A base pair is made up of two complementary, nitrogen rich molecules held together by weak chemical bonds. Two strands of DNA are held together in the shape of a double helix by the bonds between their base pairs. These bonds are formed by hydrogen.
Without hydrogen bonds there could be no life because they hold the double helix of DNA together and this they do by charge attractions. Hydrogen bonds stabilise the structure of proteins and are essential for catalysis. Hydrogen bonds occupy an important role in the core structure of DNA. What role, if any, does hydrogen play in the core of our EMR torus?
I hope to grasp a better understanding of electromagnetic radiation. The torus is our magnetic field. With electromagnetic radiation, the electric field is perpendicular (at a right angle) to the magnetic field. The longitudinal axis on our torus is our electric field. This would explain many things about the relationship between the electric and magnetic fields. Of interest, another place where we have found the electric field perpendicular to the magnetic field is on Foucalt's disc, where the eddy-currents are perpendicular to the applied magnetic lines of force.
Foucalt's disc uses a DC supply from a battery to power an electromagnet. It is thought that the electric current flowing through the wire produces a magnetic field. It is perhaps, more the other way round. The magnetic field is always there, because the aether is always here. An electric current is the product of where we have managed to induce the aether. This induction of the aether also produces what we percieve as a magnetic field. The longitudinal axis on the outside rim of the torus, moves into the core of the torus. As the longitudinal axis is condensed, the electric field is formed, and we are able to 'see' it attached to the magnetic field to form electromagnetic radiation.
A coil of wire wrapped around a bar magnet is mimicking the longitudinal axis of our torus. The longitudinal axis being the electric field. The coil of wire elongates the electric field. Rather than simply passing straight through the core of the torus, the electric field's journey is being stretched out. The core of the conductive wire is acting as the elongated core of the torus. The core of the torus becomes a vortex. We are now falling down the rabbit hole. The torus, with its inner core stretched, is no longer a humble donut-shape, but something more like a rifle-barrel. If you look down into the core of the torus you may well see sinusoidal waves taking shape...
I thought this next animation sums up where we are right now. You can see the core of the torus being stretched inside the coil. The rings illustrate the longitudinal axis passing through the core of the torus. The rings are perpendicular to the magnetic field, and they represent the electric field..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ez42Xk261o&feature=related
An electromagnet with a moving core, or plunger, is called a solenoid. When electricity is applied the plunger can either be pulled into the coil, or it can be set-up to push the plunger out, depending on the direction of the current. The direction of the current will dictate whether the solenoid is a push or a pull - it cannot be both. Convention states that the direction of current depends on polarity. Unfortunately, I cannot simply say that the direction depends on polarity, because in my Universe, electricity flows in both directions and forms a double helix. It flows from a higher potential to the lower, and vice versa.
The aether moves inside the torus, but perhaps it is better to write that the torus moves inside the aether. An electric field is the core of our torus. The core of the torus is twisted into a double helix. While the aether flows into the core - something flows out - and while the aether flows out of the core - something flows in. This partner is of course the fluid of the aether working in opposition to itself. A vortex is the only way in which a fluid may move through itself. At the openings of the torus, top and bottom so to speak, the fluid flows in both directions. If you map this out - a double helix with an even number of turns and then draw a loop at either end - you find that one loop flows in a clockwise direction, while the other loop flows in a counter-clockwise direction. I think this offers us a tantalising clues as to why we have polarity, and how magnetism works.
I'm holding in my hands a skipping rope. I double it over, and give it a few twists to create a double helix. Pulling at opposite ends of the helix, I can see the rope slide elegantly over itself in both directions. It gives the effect of a smooth laminar flow. If this movement is taking place at the speed of light, should we then perhaps expect to find friction? In a vortex, the speed and rate of rotation of fluid are greatest at the centre, and decrease progressively with distance from the centre. This centre acts as the cylinder which the helix coils around. Something's happening in this centre - but what?
Wednesday, 11 March 2009
The aether is pouring in and out of the Earth. The Earth, because of its mass, is a cold energy sink which distorts the aether field. This distortion is what we call the Earth's magnetic field. The magnetic field around the Earth is a torus shape. With a simple bar magnet we can see the cross section of the torus by sprinkling iron filings around a bar magnet. We think of this magnetic field as static, but it is actually moving so incredibly fast it appears stagnant. Life takes on a pretty surreal tangent once you start to question which part of the Universe is really here. Is the Universe the light show that we see, or truly, is it the stuff which we think does not exist?
Saturday, 7 March 2009
The aether field is a fluid of latent magnetism. The word latent is derived from the Latin 'latere', to lie hidden. I have become rather fond of the aether, and even more so as I begin to fully understand its implications (I have also become rather fond of speaking like a Victorian librarian!). In my mind, it has become hard to seperate matter from energy, and even harder to seperate energy from the aether. Matter reveals itself as a vibration, a twist, in the aether. It is only the mind which creates seperation. Truly, everything in the Universe, and that includes you and me, are One.
The Earth's magnetic field is a torus shape. The magnetic field is generated by the flow (though it is better to perhaps write vibration), of the aether in and out of the Earth. The Earth acts as a cold energy sink. The magnetic field does not start in the inner core of the planet, but rather, it begins with the latent magnetism of the Universe.
A torus is made up of two circles perpendicular to one another. There is the circle in the ring shape which we percieve as magnetic flux on a bar magnet. The other circle is perpendicular to the first, and follows the outline of our donut-shape. We can find this circle by drawing along the outermost rim of the torus, the longitudinal axis. This circle can then be repeatedly drawn going down into the centre of the donut (you know - the place where it twirls around your finger) and back out the other side. For a better idea it's best to go here.....
The journey of the longitudinal axis through a bar magnet, or the Earth's magnetic field, develops into an hour-glass shape. If you draw it out, you will have two vortices which are stuck to one another by their stalks, and takes on the appearance of something akin to a bowtie. And I've seen this shape before. It's the same shape which depicts the energy vortices of chakras.
Chakra, a Sanskrit word, translates as 'wheel' or 'disc'. Each of the seven chakras is associated with one of the seven endocrine glands, and also with a group of nerves called a plexus. Does this mean that each gland acts as a bar magnet? Each chakra has a vortice at the front and back, so that they can recieve and send energy from the Universe. It appears our central nervous system utilises vibrations to create a cold energy sink, and it is at these various locations we call chakras. Right now our bodies are sucking-in and blowing-out the fluid of the aether. Right now we are immersed in the fluid of the aether. It's a strange feeling is it not ?
Thursday, 5 March 2009
A pivoted needle with a scale measuring the dip angle, is nowadays known as "dip needle". It shows that the magnetic force pulling a compass needle northward is not simply horizontal, but slanted downward, into the solid earth. Some think this is due to the attraction of the needle to a magnetic iron core. I think that this might be evidence of an aether field - an all encompassing invisible fluid - and how it reacts to the enormous conducting mass which is planet Earth.
The magnetic lines of force at the poles of the Earth are vertical due to which the magnetic needle becomes vertical. The magnetic dip at the magnetic poles of Earth is 90 degrees. The lines of force around the magnetic equator of the Earth are perfectly horizontal. So the magnetic needle will become horizontal there. Thus the angle of dip at the magnetic equator of the Earth will be 0 degrees. The angle of dip varies from place to place.
Magnetic field lines are generated by matter as it acts upon the aether field. Matter rolls out on the blanket of aether and creates an energy sink. The Earth likes to suck down electricity. Sparks from a grinding wheel always fly up. Matter acting upon the aether creates such polar opposites as centripetal and centrifugal, top and bottom, up and down, attraction and repulsion, potential energy and kinetic energy; whereas without matter, the aether would remain flawless; to an observer this experience could well be meaningless, because it would quite literally be an experience that can only be described as nothing, nothing perhaps, except consciousness.
The effect of the flow of energy of the aether field around the Earth produces a torus shape - a ring-shaped solenoid. Tori shapes include donuts and inner tubes. It's our planet's rubber ring as it bobs in the fluid of the aether. Torus was the Latin name for a cushion of this shape. There's no doubt this same shape was imitated by Tesla for the design of his resonant transformer - the Tesla Coil. It's imitating the effect of mass on the aether, and how the flow of energy moves around the Earth. A flow of energy we so often refer to as the Earth's magnetic field.
The magnifying transmitter is an alternate version of a Tesla Coil. It is a high power harmonic oscillator that Nikola Tesla proposed for the wireless transmission of electrical energy. Tesla's apparatus is a high-voltage, air-core, multiple-resonant transformer that can generate very high voltages at high frequency. He originally termed it self-regenerative resonant transformer, a term that is no longer in general use. He built one at Wardenclyffe. Local villagers were keen to point out that of equal importance to the tower is that which takes place in the ground beneath it. "From there, they say, tunnels have been built in all directions, until the entire ground below the little plain on which the tower is raised has been honeycombed with subterranean passages."- The New York Times...27 March, 1904
Beneath the tower, a well-like shaft plunged 120 feet into the ground. Sixteen iron pipes were driven three hundred feet deeper so that currents could pass through them and seize hold of the earth. "In this system that I have invented," Tesla explained, "it is necessary for the machine to get a grip of the earth, otherwise it cannot shake the earth. It has to have a grip... so that the whole of this globe can quiver." Was Tesla trying to simulate the ultrasonic vibrations taking place inside the Earth?
There's one more thing. What exactly is at the core of the torus that surrounds the Earth?
Sunday, 1 March 2009
Magma is molten rock and metal found beneath the surface of the Earth. It is thought that it may exist on other terrestial planets. People commonly think of lava and magma as a liquid, but geologists find that magma is usually a mush - a liquid carrying a load of mineral crystals. We've seen in previous posts how comets, whom also carry mineral crystals, may use electrolysis to generate those huge ionic plasma tails. A comet's tail can be tens of millions of kilometers in length when seen in the reflected sunlight. Comets are very small in size relative to planets. Their average diameters usually range from 750 meters or less to about 20 km. The Earth has a diameter of 12, 800km at its equator. If we were able to look under the bonnet of the planet, so to speak, would we find the same ionic reaction taking place beneath the mantle on a far grander scale?
Scientists know a lot about lava. Lava is the stuff which erupts onto the surface. Magma remains a bit of a mystery to scientists because it is always found beneath the crust, making it difficult to observe. Drillers accidentally hit a pocket of molten rock underneath a working geothermal energy field in Kilauea, on the Big Island of Hawaii. A lucky break for geologists that could allow them to map the geological plumbing that created everything we know as land. Geologists had expected to hit dark molten basalt, because basalt is abundant on the island. Tests of the glass samples found that the material was dacite, an unusual type of magma that is granitic in nature and contains 67 percent of silica. The samples of the magma were found to be "clear and glassy".
Basalt flows cover nearly 70 percent of the earth's surface. Basalt contains around 50 percent silica. Silica is a chemical compound also known as silicon dioxide (SiO2). Silica is most commonly found in nature as sand or quartz, as well as in the cell walls of diatoms. Soda-lime glass accounts for 90 percent of manufactured glass. Soda-lime glass contains about 70 to 74 percent silica. Many glasses contain silica as their main component and glass former. A good quality prism is made with quartz - pure silica. Glass optical fibers are almost always made from silica.
Silica is also the most abundant mineral in the Earth's crust. Although there are few exceptions, the primary constituent of magma is silica. The guy on this site relishes the similarities of glass and magma, and has fun recreating lava flows in the microwave - known affectionately as "the ol' nuker". The reactions are possible due to 'ions' being trapped in the glass. Have you ever noticed that odd air bubble which sometimes get trapped in a glass?
The material that forms magma contains a lot of dissolved gases - gases that have been suspended in the magma solution. As magma decompresses on its journey to the surface, the bubbles grow and approach one another more closely until, eventually, they connect. Volcanic eruptions are thought to be driven by the nucleation and growth of many bubbles within magma. It is known that within gas-charged magmas bubbles grow and shrink by the movement of water in and out of the melt. Researchers have found that the more water there is in the magma, the more likely the volcano is to erupt violently. At depth in the Earth nearly all magmas contain gas dissolved in the liquid, but remember, the samples from Kilauea were found to be "clear and glassy". The gases had remained dissolved, without forming bubbles.
Degassing is the process of removing small suspended gas bubbles and dissolved gas from a liquid. Before applying epoxy and polyurethane compounds, efforts are made to remove any trapped gases. One popular method is by vibration - the mixture is placed on a vibrating table that assists the bubbles in travelling to the surface. Deep inside the planet there is no surface for the bubbles to arise into. Is it possible that the magma is being vibrated at such high frequencies that gases are forced to dissolve? As magma rises to the surface as lava, the vibration could change, allowing gas bubbles to form. At lower vibrations, it would appear that it becomes possible for hydrogen and oxygen to emerge from the magma as water vapor. Lower vibrations are synonymous with lower heat, are they not?
Oil and water do not mix, or rather, they will not mix without the addition of an emulsifier. Emulsifiers help mix ingredients that would normally seperate - oil and water for example. Examples of food emulsifiers are egg yolk (where the main emulsifying chemical is lecithin), honey and funny enough, mustard, where a variety of chemicals in the mucilage surrounding the seed will act as emulsifiers. Of interest, a mustard seed is the most tightly packed seed of all with no room for air inside.
Ultrasonic waves can also be used to mix oil and water, in a procedure known as ultrasonic emulsification. Ultrasonic waves are similar in nature to sound waves, but occuring at frequencies above 20,000Hz (the approximate upper limit of human hearing). The general principle involved in generating ultrasonic waves is to create some dense material to vibrate very rapidly. Because they can vibrate the particles through which they pass, ultrasonic waves are often used to shake, or even destroy, certain materials. Using this technique, two liquids that normally do not mix with each other (such as oil and water) are made to vibrate until they are blended. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8qHKwiBvhI This technique is also often used to remove air bubbles from molten metals before casting so that the finished piece is free of gas bubbles. Are ultrasonic waves responsible for vibrations inside the planet?
In most applications, ultrasonic waves are generated by applying an electric current to a special kind of crystal known as a piezoelectric crystal. The crystal converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, which in turn causes the crystal to vibrate at a high frequency. In a crystal microphone, air pressure deforms the crystal enough to cause very small voltage changes in the crystal. These voltage changes are amplified and used to record or transmit sounds. One of the most effective piezoelectric crystals is quartz. Quartz is of course pure silica.
Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni (November 30,1756–April 3, 1827) a German physicist and musician. Chladni was born in Wittenberg. His important works include research on vibrating plates and the calculation of the speed of sound for different gases. For this some call him the "Father of Acoustics". He also did pioneering work in the study of meteorites, and therefore is regarded by some as the "Father of Meteoritics" as well.
The technique of showing the lines of nodes on vibrating metal plates by strewing sand on them was developed by Chladni. The first mention of the technique is in his book Entdeckungen ueber die Theorie des Klanges, published in 1787. Until the twentieth century the standard method of setting the plates into oscillation was drawing the rosined hairs of a violin bow over the edge of the plate, which was normally clamped at its geometrical center. Today we place a loudspeaker above or below the plate, and adjust the driving frequency until the plate goes into resonance, and the sand on the surface moves toward the nodes.
Anything that vibrates has a natural resonant frequency and will spontaneously begin to vibrate in response to external vibrations that share the same or a similar resonant frequency. This sympathetic vibration is called resonance, which literally means to re-sound, to echo. A common illustration of sympathetic vibration is to sound a tuning fork and bring it close to, but not touching, another fork of the same frequency, which will then begin to vibrate sympathetically.
The frequencies used by Chladni plates begin around 100 Hz, and can range anywhere upto 20,000 Hz (within the frequencies of human hearing). The plates are vibrating in sympathy to something which surrounds us. What exactly? If you sing near the strings of an undamped piano it will respond with sympathetic vibration. Are the vibrations around us damped until we excite them? I suspect that there are ultrasonic waves in the core of the Earth generating a seething mass of vibrations. By vibrating the plates, maybe we are able to resonate with some of those frequencies. This might start to explain those amazing patterns that we see emerging on Chladni plates.
What has all this got to do with bubbles?