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That Russian guy with the levitating platform

 
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That Russian guy with the levitating platform
I forget his name but the story was something about insect wings that repelled gravity!?
I thought this was BS but I have lamp in my back room and small flies get through the window and are attracted to the lamp.
This morning I noticed something odd when I was cleaning the table the lamp is on. There was several dead flies (small around 1cm) laying there but when I sweep them together the are repelled from each other like static?

So I got some tweezers and dropped 1 on top of the others and it does weird rotations and seems to briefly levitate!
The dead flies underneath move and the levitating fly drops.

Maybe if I fix the flies in place...
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So I glued some dead flies to a piece of wood and dropped others over the top and they drop but stop about 2cm from the bottom layer of flies! But after a few seconds they flick off the edge.

There is definitely a repulsion force, I still think it is somehow electrostatic?

Any test ideas?
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
something something EXPONENTIALLY something something
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something something EXPONENTIALLY something something
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Yes I need more flies!
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
So I glued some dead flies to a piece of wood and dropped others over the top and they drop but stop about 2cm from the bottom layer of flies! But after a few seconds they flick off the edge.

There is definitely a repulsion force, I still think it is somehow electrostatic?

Any test ideas?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77485913


Rip of the wings of all the flies and carefully use them to cover the bottom of a small cardboard box to prevent the test object from leaving the plane and then drop a wing inside and see if stays in the air.

Last Edited by Zerubayah on 09/15/2020 06:21 PM
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
So I glued some dead flies to a piece of wood and dropped others over the top and they drop but stop about 2cm from the bottom layer of flies! But after a few seconds they flick off the edge.

There is definitely a repulsion force, I still think it is somehow electrostatic?

Any test ideas?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77485913


Rip of the wings of all the flies and carefully use them to cover the bottom of a small cardboard box to prevent the test object from leaving the plane and then drop a wing inside and see if stays in the air.
 Quoting: Zerubayah


Ok but I need too collect lots more flies!
But when I drop over other flies it always stops and moves to the edge

I will take pic of a fly as I do not know what species it is. But they are common
...
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Yes thanks!
That is the guy
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If you could get some personal time w/Hillary, or Barry your fly supply would grow, Exponentially..
If man weren't supposed to eat animals, Why are they made outta MEAT?
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
I forget his name but the story was something about insect wings that repelled gravity!?
I thought this was BS but I have lamp in my back room and small flies get through the window and are attracted to the lamp.
This morning I noticed something odd when I was cleaning the table the lamp is on. There was several dead flies (small around 1cm) laying there but when I sweep them together the are repelled from each other like static?

So I got some tweezers and dropped 1 on top of the others and it does weird rotations and seems to briefly levitate!
The dead flies underneath move and the levitating fly drops.

Maybe if I fix the flies in place...
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i have an idea. grab a potato or even a camera...
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Its kinda cool because the scarabs that were supposedly used for this, are the same thing Egyptians worshiped.

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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
I forget his name but the story was something about insect wings that repelled gravity!?
I thought this was BS but I have lamp in my back room and small flies get through the window and are attracted to the lamp.
This morning I noticed something odd when I was cleaning the table the lamp is on. There was several dead flies (small around 1cm) laying there but when I sweep them together the are repelled from each other like static?

So I got some tweezers and dropped 1 on top of the others and it does weird rotations and seems to briefly levitate!
The dead flies underneath move and the levitating fly drops.

Maybe if I fix the flies in place...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77485913



 Quoting: T-Man


Wow thanks!
I am starting too think maybe many insects posses this?
The scientists say bee's shoudn't be able too fly!
But they do! So the only conclusion is science is wrong...
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
Its kinda cool because the scarabs that were supposedly used for this, are the same thing Egyptians worshiped.
 Quoting: T-Man


Can you post any info?
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
FYI the russian guy used wing casing, like beetles or ladybug have to hide their wings. - not the actual wings of insects.

so it's interesting to see what you have found and be aware that static charges can do the same thing you see.
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
Its kinda cool because the scarabs that were supposedly used for this, are the same thing Egyptians worshiped.
 Quoting: T-Man


Can you post any info?
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Well so that Viktor guy used scarab (june bugs).
This is a random video about it from 2013



and scarabs were a huge part of Egyptian culture.



now thats all cool and all and pretty much unrelated to anti-gravity as far as we know. but theyve been known for lifting heavy stuff. so in that sense its (to me) a cool possible conspiracy.

but then again. many say the Egyptians we know never build the great pyramid. so in that sense this would be completely unrelated to using scarabs to move stuff.

its just when i watched the viktor stuff and was looking for info about scarabs i was reminded of how they were important in Egyptian mythology
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Lots of tech being kept from us. The nephilim heirs have had the secrets passed down to them from the heavenly realms. Their fathers, the fallen angels, were privy to the secrets of creation. They are now preparing for their fathers return, the Beast!

Jesus will return soon also, to slay the wicked Beast, but in the meantime keep researching, for in the endtimes God said His people will do great exploits!
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
Its kinda cool because the scarabs that were supposedly used for this, are the same thing Egyptians worshiped.
 Quoting: T-Man


Can you post any info?
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Well so that Viktor guy used scarab (june bugs).
This is a random video about it from 2013



and scarabs were a huge part of Egyptian culture.



now thats all cool and all and pretty much unrelated to anti-gravity as far as we know. but theyve been known for lifting heavy stuff. so in that sense its (to me) a cool possible conspiracy.

but then again. many say the Egyptians we know never build the great pyramid. so in that sense this would be completely unrelated to using scarabs to move stuff.

its just when i watched the viktor stuff and was looking for info about scarabs i was reminded of how they were important in Egyptian mythology
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Wow the first video!
I get the same result but these flies are much smaller!
So it is common too flying insects!

So can I make a platform?...
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
Its kinda cool because the scarabs that were supposedly used for this, are the same thing Egyptians worshiped.
 Quoting: T-Man


Can you post any info?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77485913


Well so that Viktor guy used scarab (june bugs).
This is a random video about it from 2013



and scarabs were a huge part of Egyptian culture.



now thats all cool and all and pretty much unrelated to anti-gravity as far as we know. but theyve been known for lifting heavy stuff. so in that sense its (to me) a cool possible conspiracy.

but then again. many say the Egyptians we know never build the great pyramid. so in that sense this would be completely unrelated to using scarabs to move stuff.

its just when i watched the viktor stuff and was looking for info about scarabs i was reminded of how they were important in Egyptian mythology
 Quoting: T-Man


Wow the first video!
I get the same result but these flies are much smaller!
So it is common too flying insects!

So can I make a platform?...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77485913


Youd have to master the effect first and youd need way more flies.
i think that Viktor guy pretty much glued them to a board and then had electric current go through them or something.
it seems somewhat illogical to me since them pushing away from each other doesnt somehow translate to being airborne.

this stuff also reminds me of silk (somehow) which also can be statically charged.

just imagine how cool it would be to have something just levitate. even if just half an inch.
we could make that Back to the future skateboard without needing super conductors
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Interesting. Sounds like how magnets work. They have a noth & a south side, or male & female, or plus & minus.

If you put the same sides together, they repell each other.
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Its kinda cool because the scarabs that were supposedly used for this, are the same thing Egyptians worshiped.
 Quoting: T-Man


Can you post any info?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77485913


Well so that Viktor guy used scarab (june bugs).
This is a random video about it from 2013



and scarabs were a huge part of Egyptian culture.



now thats all cool and all and pretty much unrelated to anti-gravity as far as we know. but theyve been known for lifting heavy stuff. so in that sense its (to me) a cool possible conspiracy.

but then again. many say the Egyptians we know never build the great pyramid. so in that sense this would be completely unrelated to using scarabs to move stuff.

its just when i watched the viktor stuff and was looking for info about scarabs i was reminded of how they were important in Egyptian mythology
 Quoting: T-Man


Wow the first video!
I get the same result but these flies are much smaller!
So it is common too flying insects!

So can I make a platform?...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77485913


Watch his second video on the subject. *edit* I realized I need to clarify that I meant the second video on Viktor put out by the youtuber for the first video posted.

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could you link it?
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
Replicate the structure with a 3D printer.
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I have this saved in that time..
so here it is GLPers: (PDF)

[link to drive.google.com (secure)]

hf
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I have this saved in that time..
so here it is GLPers: (PDF)

[link to drive.google.com (secure)]

hf
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Thank you very much :)
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I have this saved in that time..
so here it is GLPers: (PDF)

[link to drive.google.com (secure)]

hf
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Thank you very much :)
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I knew someone would like this PDF :D :abduct:
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I have this saved in that time..
so here it is GLPers: (PDF)

[link to drive.google.com (secure)]

hf
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Thank you very much :)
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I knew someone would like this PDF :D
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abduct indeed :) !!
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I became interested in Grebennikov after stumbling upon his work on cavity structures and their properties. This ties in with the claims about pyramids which proliferated.

There is a long translated document by Grebennikov at [link to rexresearch.com] and another document on his work at [link to rexresearch.com] .
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The parallel with the Egyptian scarabs is interesting. That is how you do research- look for commonalities or patterns

The Edgar Cayce/Douglas Cottrell readings talk about anti-gravity in the same way; they mention insects and other creatures for example the hummingbird should not be able to fly yet it does. The explanation the readings give is that the wings produce the effect somehow of nullifying the force of gravity. As strange as it sounds, the readings indicate that gravity is a pushing force, not a pull but a push. That gravity will eventually be redefined this way. Nullify the force of gravity above an object and you will enable it to float. Again, the readings give the example of a hummingbird however they also mention many other insects as been able to do this, that aerodynamically they are not able to produce the necessary 'lift' to fly, it is this anti gravitational effect
Non Omnis Moriar
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
Rip of the wings of all the flies and carefully use them to cover the bottom of a small cardboard box to prevent the test object from leaving the plane and then drop a wing inside and see if stays in the air.
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Isn't that how Jeffrey Dahmer got started?
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Re: That Russian guy with the levitating platform
I became interested in Grebennikov after stumbling upon his work on cavity structures and their properties. This ties in with the claims about pyramids which proliferated.

There is a long translated document by Grebennikov at [link to rexresearch.com] and another document on his work at [link to rexresearch.com] .
 Quoting: Lily o' the Valley


Great documents! Here is one excerpt:

"I placed the small, concave chitin plate on the microscope stage in order to again examine its strangely star-shaped cells under strong magnification. I again admired this masterpiece jewelwork of nature. I was about to place a second identical plate with the same unusual cell structure on its underside almost purposelesly on top of the first one. But then!

The little plate came loose from my tweezers, hung suspended above the other plate on the microscope stage for a few seconds, then turned a few degrees clockwise and slid to the right, then turned counterclockwise and swung and only then it abruptly fell on the desk.

You can imagine what I felt at that moment. When I came to my senses, I tied a few panels together with a wire and it wasn't an easy thing to do. I succeeded only when I positioned them vertically. What I got was a multi-layered chitin block and I placed it on the desk. Even a relatively large object, such as a thumbtack, would not fall on it. Something pushed it up and aside. When I attached the tack on top of the "block", I witnessed incredible, impossible things. The tack would dissapear from sight for a few moments. That was when I have realized that this was no "beacon," but something entirely different.

And I became again so excited that all the objects around me became foggy and shaky. I managed to pull myself together with huge effort in a couple of hours and I continued working.

This is how it all started. Of course, much still remains to be understood, verified, and tested. I will certainly tell my readers about the finer details of my machine, about its propulsion principles, about distances, heights, speeds, equipment and all the rest but, in my next book"

This seems to jive completely with the Cayce/Cottrell readings regarding gravity being a pushing Force from above instead of a pulling Force from below, the way Grebennikov describes the effect is consistent with that
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