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Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?

 
Dream Killer

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The Earths Gravity is to the Suns Gravity
what
A Whisper is to a Metallica Concert


Meaning, the earths gravity itself has little effect on the speed of time.
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Do you know about the experiment with the jet? I understand the earth is but a smudge of gravity compared to the sun, are you saying that it was ONLY the sun that influenced the clock anomaly?
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No. Our sun distorts the EM field (to create its own transformed and reductive EM field) of a regional star that holds 14 solar systems in its field.
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Could you take a moment and elaborate?
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The Earths Gravity is to the Suns Gravity
what
A Whisper is to a Metallica Concert


Meaning, the earths gravity itself has little effect on the speed of time.


Do you know about the experiment with the jet? I understand the earth is but a smudge of gravity compared to the sun, are you saying that it was ONLY the sun that influenced the clock anomaly?
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Fine...how do we distort that EM field to acheive levity?..smile.
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No. Our sun distorts the EM field (to create its own transformed and reductive EM field) of a regional star that holds 14 solar systems in its field.


Could you take a moment and elaborate?
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I did in a HUGE post about anti-gravity. Yup, I'm the antigravity, 400 year old human and tantric sex poster.

Anyway...read that thread here

Thread: FOUR HUNDRED YEAR OLD HUMANS OR ANTIGRAVITY EXPERIMENTS?

so we don't redo all that on this thread.
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No. Our sun distorts the EM field (to create its own transformed and reductive EM field) of a regional star that holds 14 solar systems in its field.


Could you take a moment and elaborate?


I did in a HUGE post about anti-gravity. Yup, I'm the antigravity, 400 year old human and tantric sex poster.

Anyway...read that thread here

Thread: FOUR HUNDRED YEAR OLD HUMANS OR ANTIGRAVITY EXPERIMENTS?

so we don't redo all that on this thread.
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Studying that thread, I think I'm beginning to get it!

THANKS!!!
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String theory/Unified Field Theory have gotten married?
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Is this why super-cooled helium is the premier superconductor?
It distorts the EM field in such a way as to offer virtually zero resistance to applied current?

Am I on the right track here with this? It IS complex, and while I have a layman's working knowledge of physics, I'm no PhD...
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String theory/Unified Field Theory have gotten married?
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I am an amateur and an empiricist and somewhat of a scientific mystic.

The theory is simple.

Mass=Energy

Transformance/Reduction is driven by outward motion of the universe.

Humans are far too impressed with lightwaves to appear to be anything other than troglodytes.

Above gamma should be studied.

Transformative or reductive energy tranformation will inevitably reinforce a stronger notion of quanta theory (explaining dark areas--which I define as low EM...BECAUSE GAMMA IS DARK AS WELL...DARK TO ME MEANS THE OTHER DIRECTION). I'm capping that so that these ideas don't get drowned out by that CERN swill...

They use power to shoot particules at each other...when they should examine reductive force...(hint...there is a subtle energy that when manipulated will alter or undo valence bonding...THAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THIS THEORY).
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Is this why super-cooled helium is the premier superconductor?
It distorts the EM field in such a way as to offer virtually zero resistance to applied current?

Am I on the right track here with this? It IS complex, and while I have a layman's working knowledge of physics, I'm no PhD...
 Quoting: Dream Killer


Small chunks of superconductive material will float over ice cubes...THIS IS THE DISTORTION OF OUR EM FIELD.

If we can craft our engineering to create wide drawn out distortions of the EM fields...then MASS MUST MOVE AT HIGH SPEEDS TO ACCOMODATE EQUILIBRIUM.

That is the secret of Electromagnetic distortion flight.
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Is this why super-cooled helium is the premier superconductor?
It distorts the EM field in such a way as to offer virtually zero resistance to applied current?

Am I on the right track here with this? It IS complex, and while I have a layman's working knowledge of physics, I'm no PhD...


Small chunks of superconductive material will float over ice cubes...THIS IS THE DISTORTION OF OUR EM FIELD.

If we can craft our engineering to create wide drawn out distortions of the EM fields...then MASS MUST MOVE AT HIGH SPEEDS TO ACCOMODATE EQUILIBRIUM.

That is the secret of Electromagnetic distortion flight.
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I believe the reason Einstein failed in his pursuit of the Unified Field Theory is that he did NOT take into account the EM field we generate with the thought patterns regarding these equations which certainly would have a cause and effect.

I have also believed that if we could "resonate" at or near the speed of light without "moving" that time travel would be the result.

The EM distortion flight to which you refer, is this involving folding space time and "stepping through" to a point perhaps light YEARS from our current position?

I'm still studying the other thread, so please bear with me one this, I am enjoying this very much!
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I have gone through the entire thread. Tomorrow I will research out the pertinent links. Thanks again!
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I have gone through the entire thread. Tomorrow I will research out the pertinent links. Thanks again!
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You're welcome. Remember that light only matters as a small subset of of our tiny EM field.

Light is a small transformed and meek medium of transformance compared to the might and majesty of gamma and above gamma (pulsars, etc.)

We are addicted to light...we need to study how light was derived.
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I have gone through the entire thread. Tomorrow I will research out the pertinent links. Thanks again!


You're welcome. Remember that light only matters as a small subset of of our tiny EM field.

Light is a small transformed and meek medium of transformance compared to the might and majesty of gamma and above gamma (pulsars, etc.)

We are addicted to light...we need to study how light was derived.
 Quoting: Vedic Medic


Photons emanating from collapsing atoms. Yes?
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I have gone through the entire thread. Tomorrow I will research out the pertinent links. Thanks again!


You're welcome. Remember that light only matters as a small subset of of our tiny EM field.

Light is a small transformed and meek medium of transformance compared to the might and majesty of gamma and above gamma (pulsars, etc.)

We are addicted to light...we need to study how light was derived.


Photons emanating from collapsing atoms. Yes?
 Quoting: Dream Killer


Wonderful explanation...are you sure?

2,000 years ago the great turtle was swimming beneath us.

Are you sure those metaphors are correct?

We are reverse engineering reality very poorly. We are trying to make "photons" or "gamma wave/particulates" make sense to us without considering that we are nothing compared to them.

WHY DOESN'T GAMMA IRRADIATE THIS AREA OF THE GALAXY LIKE IT DOES THE CORE OF THE GALAXY? WHAT HAPPENED? IS IT POSSIBLE THAT OUR EM FIELD IS NOTHING MORE THAN A REDUCTION OF THAT...AND THE CHANCE GAMMA RAYS WE RECEIVE FROM TIME TO TIME ARE THE SPILL OVER?

Thoughts?
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I have gone through the entire thread. Tomorrow I will research out the pertinent links. Thanks again!


You're welcome. Remember that light only matters as a small subset of of our tiny EM field.

Light is a small transformed and meek medium of transformance compared to the might and majesty of gamma and above gamma (pulsars, etc.)

We are addicted to light...we need to study how light was derived.


Photons emanating from collapsing atoms. Yes?


Wonderful explanation...are you sure?

2,000 years ago the great turtle was swimming beneath us.

Are you sure those metaphors are correct?

We are reverse engineering reality very poorly. We are trying to make "photons" or "gamma wave/particulates" make sense to us without considering that we are nothing compared to them.

WHY DOESN'T GAMMA IRRADIATE THIS AREA OF THE GALAXY LIKE IT DOES THE CORE OF THE GALAXY? WHAT HAPPENED? IS IT POSSIBLE THAT OUR EM FIELD IS NOTHING MORE THAN A REDUCTION OF THAT...AND THE CHANCE GAMMA RAYS WE RECEIVE FROM TIME TO TIME ARE THE SPILL OVER?

Thoughts?
 Quoting: Vedic Medic


My supposition is that the instruments we use to measure these things are flawed by their very design. Take carbon-14 dating for example, TOTALLY unreliable...
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If the earth distorts the suns EM field via its conductivity, its mass and its spin...could we distort the earth's field in the same fashion.

Better question is...have we?
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To elaborate... Afterthought....

How do we know we are NOT being irridiated? If the baseline measurements are flawed, we COULD be in Gamma storms, only they are not registering due to their being considered baseline and only levels far and away ABOVE what is considered "baseline" is harmful, namely, phenomenon such as GRBs...

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Our observations show gravitation so strong that a mere speck of the neutron particulates traveling at their normal speed would split the earth like shooting a watermelon with a gun...We are wafts of smoke compared to that...

Was that energy transformed and reduced to create our happy menial little peice of paradise here?
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From a neutron star.
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From a neutron star.
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Or Magnetars....
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From a neutron star.


Or Magnetars....
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???
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From a neutron star.


Or Magnetars....


???
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RARE celestial objects... Check it out on Wiki, or Google...

Brief excerpt from Wiki:

A magnetar is a type of neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field, the decay of which powers the emission of copious amounts of high-energy electromagnetic radiation, particularly X-rays and gamma rays.[1] The theory regarding these objects was proposed by Robert Duncan and Christopher Thompson in 1992, but the first recorded burst of gamma rays thought to have been from a magnetar was detected on March 5, 1979.[2] During the following decade, the magnetar hypothesis has become widely accepted as a likely explanation for soft gamma repeaters (SGRs) and anomalous X-ray pulsars (AXPs)
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From a neutron star.


Or Magnetars....


???


RARE celestial objects... Check it out on Wiki, or Google...

Brief excerpt from Wiki:

A magnetar is a type of neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field, the decay of which powers the emission of copious amounts of high-energy electromagnetic radiation, particularly X-rays and gamma rays.[1] The theory regarding these objects was proposed by Robert Duncan and Christopher Thompson in 1992, but the first recorded burst of gamma rays thought to have been from a magnetar was detected on March 5, 1979.[2] During the following decade, the magnetar hypothesis has become widely accepted as a likely explanation for soft gamma repeaters (SGRs) and anomalous X-ray pulsars (AXPs)
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I'll look into it...smile.

The concept reinforces the theory it would appear. Reduction is key...take a strong wave, and make it more...gentle.
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From a neutron star.


Or Magnetars....


???


RARE celestial objects... Check it out on Wiki, or Google...

Brief excerpt from Wiki:

A magnetar is a type of neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field, the decay of which powers the emission of copious amounts of high-energy electromagnetic radiation, particularly X-rays and gamma rays.[1] The theory regarding these objects was proposed by Robert Duncan and Christopher Thompson in 1992, but the first recorded burst of gamma rays thought to have been from a magnetar was detected on March 5, 1979.[2] During the following decade, the magnetar hypothesis has become widely accepted as a likely explanation for soft gamma repeaters (SGRs) and anomalous X-ray pulsars (AXPs)


I'll look into it...smile.

The concept reinforces the theory it would appear. Reduction is key...take a strong wave, and make it more...gentle.
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Isn't collaboration a great thing?
cheers
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More on Magnetars....

[link to solomon.as.utexas.edu]

In 1992 we published a paper in The Astrophysical Journal proposing the magnetar theory of SGRs (Duncan & Thompson, Ap.J. 392, L9). We outlined most of the ideas described above, including the idea of reconnection-powered bursts (and magnetically-powered steady X-rays, buried in footnote 6 of the paper). We also noted that:
Because a magnetar's field is very strong, it spins down via magnetic waves very quickly, potentially accounting for the unusually long spin period of the March 5th burster. In fact, one can estimate how strong the field must be for the star to spin down to its observed period (8.0 s) in its observed age (less than 10,000 years, as inferred from observations of the supernova remnant N49 in which it presumably formed). We found roughly 6 X 1014 Gauss ---the first-ever estimate of a magnetar's field. This answer is not sensitive to the initial spin period, as long as the star was born rotating much faster than it is rotating now. (Two effects mentioned above -- magnetic vibrations and exterior field-twists -- can accelerate a magnetar's rate of spin-down during periods of magnetic activity and moderately reduce the required magnetic field, but calculations show that SGR fields in excess of 1014 Gauss are still required.)
Magnetars might naturally acquire a large recoil velocities at birth, via the "neutrino rocket effect" (or "neutrino magnetic starspots"). This effect is still being studied and debated, so I won't go into details here, except to note that this might explain the large observed displacements of some SGRs from the centers of their associated supernova remnants ("SNRs").
The theory was widely met with skepticism. This is a healthy part of the scientific process, causing us to work harder. In 1995 we published a very long paper in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (a British journal) with many more details (Thompson & Duncan, M.N.R.A.S. 275, 255). We outlined seven different ways to estimate the magnetic field of the March 5th burster, all of which seemed to indicate a field greater than 1014 Gauss.
In particular, we argued that if, and only if, the field exceeds 1014 Gauss, it could:

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Yup.

Let me tell you something...something I won't tell SG or anyone else.

I want everything that was ever hidden from us...every technology. Every concept, every science, every invention, given back to US. I want the primps and posers who pretend to rule us to apologize for their servile flattery--and watch them crawl into rocks for shame.

I endured hell from those who preached tolerance. And I cannot imagine relieving them of the responsiblity of their actions.

Yes, dream killer...it was finally a great chat.
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Yup.

Let me tell you something...something I won't tell SG or anyone else.

I want everything that was ever hidden from us...every technology. Every concept, every science, every invention, given back to US. I want the primps and posers who pretend to rule us to apologize for their servile flattery--and watch them crawl into rocks for shame.

I endured hell from those who preached tolerance. And I cannot imagine relieving them of the responsiblity of their actions.

Yes, dream killer...it was finally a great chat.
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You may want to peruse another thread I started here:
Look through the pages, and the links...

THIS ONE IS DISTURBING!

Thread: The Tentacles of Death, Corruption and Power
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Did you miss the expanded info on Magnetars? It seems I was posting this as you were replying.. Check a couple of posts above...
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[link to www.binaryresearchinstitute.org]

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