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aether (OP)

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solar panels generate DC, Im not aware of any that generate AC

DC to AC converters are the norm with solar panels unless you only need DC power.

I have a small off-grid system (400w) that charges two 12v250ah batteries through a 25a controller then an AC inverter off the batteries.

Im thinking about building a DIY windmill soon also.
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Yes but most items in a home are ac.

I am still a newb in regards to current flow you sound like you know much more about it then me, just know what I feel, which is what made me look in to what I am experiencing with the power in my home, I feel the build before the current change happens, then as the push happens zap. stars

Would love to build something like that, but I live in a terraced house on a cul de sac, not sure the neighbors would be to happy lol.
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Is a reoccurring discussion in my home at the moment, so nice sync, How we would feel about living in a round house, not a square one with a capstone on top.

Would the energies move around the home different, I think they would, they would create a better 'spin', I reckon.

Did you see that willow the wisp cartoon, the box/tv was the baddie...
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There was a documentary, which I tried to find a while ago, that was about people living in homes that have been weathered by saltwater winds and how much healthier the people were rather than living with metal roofs and such.
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I have often wondered about this regarding shape of things. Apparently it's better energetically for water to be consumed out of an egg shaped container. Also as these "energies" get stuck in corners and nooks and so forth in our homes and drinking containers it makes sense we should be utilizing smoother shapes.
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Toroidal flow is the natural shape of things, spirals, what a house does is cube the sphere, ha never thought of it like that before, yet it is exactly what it does, cubes the flow of energy, well tries too.
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solar panels generate DC, Im not aware of any that generate AC

DC to AC converters are the norm with solar panels unless you only need DC power.

I have a small off-grid system (400w) that charges two 12v250ah batteries through a 25a controller then an AC inverter off the batteries.

Im thinking about building a DIY windmill soon also.
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Sounds awesome!
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Is a reoccurring discussion in my home at the moment, so nice sync, How we would feel about living in a round house, not a square one with a capstone on top.

Would the energies move around the home different, I think they would, they would create a better 'spin', I reckon.

Did you see that willow the wisp cartoon, the box/tv was the baddie...
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There was a documentary, which I tried to find a while ago, that was about people living in homes that have been weathered by saltwater winds and how much healthier the people were rather than living with metal roofs and such.
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I have often wondered about this regarding shape of things. Apparently it's better energetically for water to be consumed out of an egg shaped container. Also as these "energies" get stuck in corners and nooks and so forth in our homes and drinking containers it makes sense we should be utilizing smoother shapes.
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In the video aether posted on the next page shows an experiment measuring an eggs field within an egg shaped container. Hmmm
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"I feel the build before the current change happens, then as the push happens zap."

Im not an expert on the subject but AC alternates and 50-60hz, that is its pulse is 50-60x each second so the zap you mention might not be from what you think it is but it might just be because you think it to be also.


my solar charging system is quite minimal, it will power lights and minor appliances easily but its not enough to run a refridgerator or air conditioner over night.

it is enough to have basic luxuries if grid power was interupted or worse and it saves a few bucks but I doubt it will ever pay for itself.


it is a neat hobby for learning the basics of electricity though.
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So is the universe compressing now or about to hug? I'm confused on this. It looks to me to be fractal totally. Dion said condensation a little while ago. It also reminds me of the hindu beliefs about the world being destroyed and then becoming anew, like breathing in and breathing out.
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So is the universe compressing now or about to hug? I'm confused on this. It looks to me to be fractal totally. Dion said condensation a little while ago. It also reminds me of the hindu beliefs about the world being destroyed and then becoming anew, like breathing in and breathing out.
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It could be a different instance, but I believe he said 'distillation'.

the process of purifying a liquid by successive evaporation and condensation

Fireand Water


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So is the universe compressing now or about to hug? I'm confused on this. It looks to me to be fractal totally. Dion said condensation a little while ago. It also reminds me of the hindu beliefs about the world being destroyed and then becoming anew, like breathing in and breathing out.
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It could be a different instance, but I believe he said 'distillation'.

the process of purifying a liquid by successive evaporation and condensation

Fireand Water


I seem to be a complete day ahead since last Friday. I was certain today was Wednesday, and yesterday Tuesday.
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fractal = always something to come into = eternity

always something (environment) existed before something existed within it (environment)
compression is the influence (force/field) of the environment upon the something arriving within it (environment) = perpetual motion

destruction is an imaginative thought looking for an end to fit the beginning thought within the eternity

it can be imagined
can it be found tounge

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"I feel the build before the current change happens, then as the push happens zap."

Im not an expert on the subject but AC alternates and 50-60hz, that is its pulse is 50-60x each second so the zap you mention might not be from what you think it is but it might just be because you think it to be also.


my solar charging system is quite minimal, it will power lights and minor appliances easily but its not enough to run a refridgerator or air conditioner over night.

it is enough to have basic luxuries if grid power was interupted or worse and it saves a few bucks but I doubt it will ever pay for itself.


it is a neat hobby for learning the basics of electricity though.
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Hmmm maybe it is because of the heightened charge I hold then.

Like the movie powder!
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So is the universe compressing now or about to hug? I'm confused on this. It looks to me to be fractal totally. Dion said condensation a little while ago. It also reminds me of the hindu beliefs about the world being destroyed and then becoming anew, like breathing in and breathing out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


It could be a different instance, but I believe he said 'distillation'.

the process of purifying a liquid by successive evaporation and condensation

Fireand Water


I seem to be a complete day ahead since last Friday. I was certain today was Wednesday, and yesterday Tuesday.
 Quoting: Seer777


fractal = always something to come into = eternity

always something (environment) existed before something existed within it (environment)
compression is the influence (force/field) of the environment upon the something arriving within it (environment) = perpetual motion

destruction is an imaginative thought looking for an end to fit the beginning thought within the eternity

it can be imagined
can it be found tounge
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all material things come and go within the dimensions that always exists for them to come and go within
all material things do not come and go at the same time (big bang)
thus there are always material things
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So is the universe compressing now or about to hug? I'm confused on this. It looks to me to be fractal totally. Dion said condensation a little while ago. It also reminds me of the hindu beliefs about the world being destroyed and then becoming anew, like breathing in and breathing out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


It could be a different instance, but I believe he said 'distillation'.

the process of purifying a liquid by successive evaporation and condensation

:Fireand Water:


I seem to be a complete day ahead since last Friday. I was certain today was Wednesday, and yesterday Tuesday.
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fractal = always something to come into = eternity

always something (environment) existed before something existed within it (environment)
compression is the influence (force/field) of the environment upon the something arriving within it (environment) = perpetual motion

destruction is an imaginative thought looking for an end to fit the beginning thought within the eternity

it can be imagined
can it be found tounge
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It was distillation. So basically the essence. To get the essence the plant has to die/change, maybe that is where the end and beginning comes from.scratching

I'm an essential oils nerd!
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fractal only makes practical sense because eternal exists in structural form and function
were it not to be so
fractal could not exist

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In distillation processes, there is the essence or oil and then there is the flower water, and lastly the left over plant material. Ice and heat is involved.
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"imaginative thought looking for an end to fit the beginning thought within the eternity"



that about sums it A11 up right there.

if we could only imagine a perfect world...


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"imaginative thought looking for an end to fit the beginning thought within the eternity"



that about sums it A11 up right there.

if we could only imagine a perfect world...


sigh
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we begin with knowing what causes a world to exist
from there we ............................. tounge
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I have another art show in Washington again this weekend. I am currently making infinity rings, being we sold one on Etsy I don't have the proper size for.

So, I just decided to make a bunch.



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"Everything is just nothing with a twist..."


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I have another art show in Washington again this weekend. I am currently making infinity rings, being we sold one on Etsy I don't have the proper size for.

So, I just decided to make a bunch.



[link to www.youtube.com]


"Everything is just nothing with a twist..."


:SunMoonDance:
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Seer can you recommended a cool sculptor for my son to copy for his homework, he had to do 5 has done 4 so far we need one more, he has done, Atlas, Poseidon, The thinking man, and the last one he picked I never saw before, geeze he is so much smarter than me, 'so proud' err Sculpture Abstraite george jouve.

So we need one more, any recommendations please miss arty.
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Seer can you recommended a cool sculptor for my son to copy for his homework, he had to do 5 has done 4 so far we need one more, he has done, Atlas, Poseidon, The thinking man, and the last one he picked I never saw before, geeze he is so much smarter than me, 'so proud' err Sculpture Abstraite george jouve.

So we need one more, any recommendations please miss arty.
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hmm


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Aphrodite of Milos, better known as the Venus de Milo, is an ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous works of ancient Greek sculpture. Created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, it is believed to depict Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty (Venus to the Romans).

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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I'm going to be off here a while. Remember to hug and call your loved ones often. My granny who saved my life when I was born just passed. I'm happy that she is in the arms of her love now. hf
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Seer can you recommended a cool sculptor for my son to copy for his homework, he had to do 5 has done 4 so far we need one more, he has done, Atlas, Poseidon, The thinking man, and the last one he picked I never saw before, geeze he is so much smarter than me, 'so proud' err Sculpture Abstraite george jouve.

So we need one more, any recommendations please miss arty.
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hmm


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Aphrodite of Milos, better known as the Venus de Milo, is an ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous works of ancient Greek sculpture. Created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, it is believed to depict Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty (Venus to the Romans).

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:)
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You just made an 11 year old's day, he gets to draw boobs, and then go in and hand it to a teacher.

He is very happy, thank you seerstar.

hugs
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I'm going to be off here a while. Remember to hug and call your loved ones often. My granny who saved my life when I was born just passed. I'm happy that she is in the arms of her love now. hf
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Thinking of you sweetie, all my love.

hugs
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Seer can you recommended a cool sculptor for my son to copy for his homework, he had to do 5 has done 4 so far we need one more, he has done, Atlas, Poseidon, The thinking man, and the last one he picked I never saw before, geeze he is so much smarter than me, 'so proud' err Sculpture Abstraite george jouve.

So we need one more, any recommendations please miss arty.
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hmm


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Aphrodite of Milos, better known as the Venus de Milo, is an ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous works of ancient Greek sculpture. Created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, it is believed to depict Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty (Venus to the Romans).

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:)
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You just made an 11 year old's day, he gets to draw boobs, and then go in and hand it to a teacher.

He is very happy, thank you seerstar.

hugs
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lmao


Happy to help.

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I'm going to be off here a while. Remember to hug and call your loved ones often. My granny who saved my life when I was born just passed. I'm happy that she is in the arms of her love now. hf
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That is beautiful.


My love to you and your family Fancy.

Look for her message.

BlowFeathers

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I'm going to be off here a while. Remember to hug and call your loved ones often. My granny who saved my life when I was born just passed. I'm happy that she is in the arms of her love now. hf
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dear fancy,,

this one is very saddened for your loss,,

your knowing way of confronting this sad situation,, is spiritualy encouraging indeed,,



in such times,, thoughts for all affected are prominent,,


this one is sending strength,, and wishing comfort,, and love.. too yourself,, and all in your family whom may now be feeling the pain of missing a very cherished loved one,,




much love,,
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I'm going to be off here a while. Remember to hug and call your loved ones often. My granny who saved my life when I was born just passed. I'm happy that she is in the arms of her love now. hf
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hugs
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Awww, thanks guys. I guess I shouldn't have posted that.
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Awww, thanks guys. I guess I shouldn't have posted that.
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Of course you should have.

Friends share both triumphs and pain.



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