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I guess it's not dark matter since it's visible.

You need to understand that scientism came up with the belief of dark matter to explain why there isn't that much actual matter in the universe. It's a statistical anomaly that points to God but the belief of dark matter is the work-around from facing God while they yet live. They're too smart to believe in, accept, and know the Creator, even til death. What does that earn them? Their place in the hall of flame, in hell.

They're trying to prove God doesn't exist but don't their rules say they can't prove a negative? So every actual intelligent actual scientist should be trying to prove the existence of God.
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Probly just a herd of geese
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Ruggero Santilli an Italian American Nuclear Physicist created a concave lens telescope.

Which was claimed to be capable of observing dark matter objects invisible to our eyes.

[link to article.sciencepublishinggroup.com (secure)]

If you research on this you'll see he was shunned for having done this because it didn't follow along with the narrative of allowed science..

Along with more that suggest yes that specific group that must not be named conspiring against him, his discoveries and instruments.. See his wiki page.

Too bad he was going to market these telescopes to everyday amateur astronomers.

There are vids and pics of his findings.

I'd definitely give this scope a try.
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Ha ha that song ran through my mind when I heard his name too.
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Ruggero Santilli an Italian American Nuclear Physicist created a concave lens telescope.

Which was claimed to be capable of observing dark matter objects invisible to our eyes.

[link to article.sciencepublishinggroup.com (secure)]

If you research on this you'll see he was shunned for having done this because it didn't follow along with the narrative of allowed science..

Along with more that suggest yes that specific group that must not be named conspiring against him, his discoveries and instruments.. See his wiki page.

Too bad he was going to market these telescopes to everyday amateur astronomers.

There are vids and pics of his findings.

I'd definitely give this scope a try.
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Not B.S get me the scope and I'll definitely try it out..
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I sure hope you realize this is 6 years old and doesn't actually makes antimatter visible.

He's also responsible for killing 2 employees and is being investigated.

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 Quoting: Billxam, ABATE, AWHA


So because some canisters exploded in a factory and two people died he's responsible?

How many have died from butane or propane tank explosions and poisoning? Natural gas and so on? Whomever came up with the concept of all that must be responsible for every death Ever!! Smh

They took him down..

Probably same way they did Tesla.

6 years old but nothing I could find on GLP

What if it's 100 years old? Who cares it's cool and been suppressed so it seems.
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It's not suppressed. Trust me, it made the rounds back then and still is to some extent. The issue is that there's no way to prove that what is supposedly observed are entities or antimatter, the antimatter is what he hangs his hat on, not the entities.

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The issue is that there's no way to prove that what is supposedly observed are entities or antimatter

That's not an issue for me the point that anything is observed is what matters..

Be it light, orbs, fuzz, kittens or dirt.

Why deflect or dismiss when this should be pursued and studied. Isn't that what science is about figuring things out and observations?

Did you disregard the double slit experiment as well?
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So is this all B.S as well?

Most thought it was until it was proven out.

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I sure hope you realize this is 6 years old and doesn't actually makes antimatter visible.

He's also responsible for killing 2 employees and is being investigated.

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So because some canisters exploded in a factory and two people died he's responsible?

How many have died from butane or propane tank explosions and poisoning? Natural gas and so on? Whomever came up with the concept of all that must be responsible for every death Ever!! Smh

They took him down..

Probably same way they did Tesla.

6 years old but nothing I could find on GLP

What if it's 100 years old? Who cares it's cool and been suppressed so it seems.
 Quoting: BasiliusValentinus


It's not suppressed. Trust me, it made the rounds back then and still is to some extent. The issue is that there's no way to prove that what is supposedly observed are entities or antimatter, the antimatter is what he hangs his hat on, not the entities.

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The issue is that there's no way to prove that what is supposedly observed are entities or antimatter


That's not an issue for me the point that anything is observed is what matters..

Be it light, orbs, fuzz, kittens or dirt.

Why deflect or dismiss when this should be pursued and studied. Isn't that what science is about figuring things out and observations?

Did you disregard the double slit experiment as well?
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Sorry but one more thing regarding your, It's not suppressed. Trust me" claim


In 1985 he published a book, Il Grande Grido: Ethical Probe on Einstein's Followers in the U.S.A, an Insider's View, in which he said that in many institutions there is an effective conspiracy to suppress or not investigate novel theories which may conflict with established scientific theories, such as Einstein's theory of relativity. According to Santilli, institutions receive funding and have established entire departments dedicated to long established theories, and so he argues that these same institutions are ill-equipped to challenge their own scientific paradigms with new theories. Santilli claimed that a number of scientists, including Nobel Laureates Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg, conspired to stop him from conducting research which might have led to the inapplicability of part of Einstein's theory of relativity while he was at Harvard.[5][6] He has complained that papers he has submitted to peer-reviewed American Physical Society journals were rejected because they were controlled by a group of (Censored) physicists led by Weinberg.[7] Santilli has filed a number of lawsuits alleging the suppression of his scientific ideas, including a lawsuit against the magazine Infinite Energy.[1]

Santilli worked on new mathematics and new understandings of physics, to address what he saw as unsolved problems in quantum chemistry; he has published papers and books describing new chemical species called "magnecules" that he says are explained by his mathematics and theories.[8

Sounds pretty suppressed to me.. I'll trust the source.
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Pure bullshit.
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Pure bullshit.
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See even this AC knows pure bullshit happens to be very real farmers put it to good use too .
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Take 2.5g of psilocybin mushrooms on a dark, clear night and observe. You will see these same craft/entities in the sky. They are absolutely everywhere and can really only be seen when you pierce the veil.
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Ruggero Santilli an Italian American Nuclear Physicist created a concave lens telescope.

Which was claimed to be capable of observing dark matter objects invisible to our eyes.

[link to article.sciencepublishinggroup.com (secure)]

If you research on this you'll see he was shunned for having done this because it didn't follow along with the narrative of allowed science..

Along with more that suggest yes that specific group that must not be named conspiring against him, his discoveries and instruments.. See his wiki page.

Too bad he was going to market these telescopes to everyday amateur astronomers.

There are vids and pics of his findings.

I'd definitely give this scope a try.
 Quoting: BasiliusValentinus


Concave vs convex lenses makes a difference of focusing on something far away vs focusing on something close by.

Its like the difference of putting on seeing glasses made for distance, vs putting on seeing glasses made for reading. You arent seeing something that isnt there or is invisible, its simply about changing the focus distance.


And those images appear like its from something with a very close focus distance, that its picking up things like dust or dirt particles in the air right close to the lens itself.
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It's a tad more complex than near and far sighted glasses.

Dismiss if you choose idc.
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Actually it isn’t. That’s his whole theory, turn the lenses from convex to concave and the laws of physics change so instead of seeing light stuff you can see dark stuff. That’s something a 1st grader would come up with. All he really did was turn a telescope into a really, really bad microscope. What he is seeing is distortion, noise, and dust that is very close to the primary lens. This is no proof of dark matter, anti-matter, or ephemeral beasties. The physics of light through glass is very well understood, it works the same way whether the lens is concave or convex.
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Ruggero Santilli an Italian American Nuclear Physicist created a concave lens telescope.

Which was claimed to be capable of observing dark matter objects invisible to our eyes.

[link to article.sciencepublishinggroup.com (secure)]

If you research on this you'll see he was shunned for having done this because it didn't follow along with the narrative of allowed science..

Along with more that suggest yes that specific group that must not be named conspiring against him, his discoveries and instruments.. See his wiki page.

Too bad he was going to market these telescopes to everyday amateur astronomers.

There are vids and pics of his findings.

I'd definitely give this scope a try.
 Quoting: BasiliusValentinus


Concave vs convex lenses makes a difference of focusing on something far away vs focusing on something close by.

Its like the difference of putting on seeing glasses made for distance, vs putting on seeing glasses made for reading. You arent seeing something that isnt there or is invisible, its simply about changing the focus distance.


And those images appear like its from something with a very close focus distance, that its picking up things like dust or dirt particles in the air right close to the lens itself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80608675


It's a tad more complex than near and far sighted glasses.

Dismiss if you choose idc.
 Quoting: BasiliusValentinus


Actually it isn’t. That’s his whole theory, turn the lenses from convex to concave and the laws of physics change so instead of seeing light stuff you can see dark stuff. That’s something a 1st grader would come up with. All he really did was turn a telescope into a really, really bad microscope. What he is seeing is distortion, noise, and dust that is very close to the primary lens. This is no proof of dark matter, anti-matter, or ephemeral beasties. The physics of light through glass is very well understood, it works the same way whether the lens is concave or convex.
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Lol Actually

Anyways if true then why didn't you or any 1st grader come up with the idea and do it?

Why did it take so long for the first standard concave telescope to be made and then such a long span afterwards for this one?

If it's a microscope how come the same observations have not been made through those?

The physics of light through glass to you and men of science may be very well understood as far as what you know only. Which (here's that word again) Actually is next to jack squat you've only just begun lol.

It is funny how laws of physics change if it's being observed or not no?

Wonder what degrees and angles these 1st graders would calculate and use. To fashion lenses and mirrors for such a simplistic scope?

Actually.... live long and prosper
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Ruggero Santilli an Italian American Nuclear Physicist created a concave lens telescope.

Which was claimed to be capable of observing dark matter objects invisible to our eyes.

[link to article.sciencepublishinggroup.com (secure)]

If you research on this you'll see he was shunned for having done this because it didn't follow along with the narrative of allowed science..

Along with more that suggest yes that specific group that must not be named conspiring against him, his discoveries and instruments.. See his wiki page.

Too bad he was going to market these telescopes to everyday amateur astronomers.

There are vids and pics of his findings.

I'd definitely give this scope a try.
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Ruggero Santilli an Italian American Nuclear Physicist created a concave lens telescope.

Which was claimed to be capable of observing dark matter objects invisible to our eyes.

[link to article.sciencepublishinggroup.com (secure)]

If you research on this you'll see he was shunned for having done this because it didn't follow along with the narrative of allowed science..

Along with more that suggest yes that specific group that must not be named conspiring against him, his discoveries and instruments.. See his wiki page.

Too bad he was going to market these telescopes to everyday amateur astronomers.

There are vids and pics of his findings.

I'd definitely give this scope a try.
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This is the GLP that I love and makes me happy to still find this gold nuggets. Thank you for sharing!
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I hear ya some good old school GLP type stuff. We needed a break to a classic subject. Thank you and your welcome!
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Concave vs convex lenses makes a difference of focusing on something far away vs focusing on something close by.

Its like the difference of putting on seeing glasses made for distance, vs putting on seeing glasses made for reading. You arent seeing something that isnt there or is invisible, its simply about changing the focus distance.


And those images appear like its from something with a very close focus distance, that its picking up things like dust or dirt particles in the air right close to the lens itself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80608675


It's a tad more complex than near and far sighted glasses.

Dismiss if you choose idc.
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Actually it isn’t. That’s his whole theory, turn the lenses from convex to concave and the laws of physics change so instead of seeing light stuff you can see dark stuff. That’s something a 1st grader would come up with. All he really did was turn a telescope into a really, really bad microscope. What he is seeing is distortion, noise, and dust that is very close to the primary lens. This is no proof of dark matter, anti-matter, or ephemeral beasties. The physics of light through glass is very well understood, it works the same way whether the lens is concave or convex.
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Lol Actually

Anyways if true then why didn't you or any 1st grader come up with the idea and do it?

Why did it take so long for the first standard concave telescope to be made and then such a long span afterwards for this one?

If it's a microscope how come the same observations have not been made through those?

The physics of light through glass to you and men of science may be very well understood as far as what you know only. Which (here's that word again) Actually is next to jack squat you've only just begun lol.

It is funny how laws of physics change if it's being observed or not no?

Wonder what degrees and angles these 1st graders would calculate and use. To fashion lenses and mirrors for such a simplistic scope?

Actually.... live long and prosper
 Quoting: BasiliusValentinus


OK first graders have great ideas that aren’t realizable.

Concave lenses (not mirrors) in a telescope make no sense. Try it.

You can make the same kind of observations through a microscope.

The physics of lenses are understood, go look at the research.

The laws of physics don’t change, our understanding of them does. You should write a paper on this concave lens used to see dark matter and get it peer reviewed. You will be famous and quite rich. Go! Do it!
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It's a tad more complex than near and far sighted glasses.

Dismiss if you choose idc.
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Actually it isn’t. That’s his whole theory, turn the lenses from convex to concave and the laws of physics change so instead of seeing light stuff you can see dark stuff. That’s something a 1st grader would come up with. All he really did was turn a telescope into a really, really bad microscope. What he is seeing is distortion, noise, and dust that is very close to the primary lens. This is no proof of dark matter, anti-matter, or ephemeral beasties. The physics of light through glass is very well understood, it works the same way whether the lens is concave or convex.
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Lol Actually

Anyways if true then why didn't you or any 1st grader come up with the idea and do it?

Why did it take so long for the first standard concave telescope to be made and then such a long span afterwards for this one?

If it's a microscope how come the same observations have not been made through those?

The physics of light through glass to you and men of science may be very well understood as far as what you know only. Which (here's that word again) Actually is next to jack squat you've only just begun lol.

It is funny how laws of physics change if it's being observed or not no?

Wonder what degrees and angles these 1st graders would calculate and use. To fashion lenses and mirrors for such a simplistic scope?

Actually.... live long and prosper
 Quoting: BasiliusValentinus


OK first graders have great ideas that aren’t realizable.

Concave lenses (not mirrors) in a telescope make no sense. Try it.

You can make the same kind of observations through a microscope.

The physics of lenses are understood, go look at the research.

The laws of physics don’t change, our understanding of them does. You should write a paper on this concave lens used to see dark matter and get it peer reviewed. You will be famous and quite rich. Go! Do it!
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If we are the ones that come up with the b.s laws of physics.. How could they not change along with our understanding of them?

It's hypocrisy to think otherwise. Lol as if any of It's written in stone.

I bet people once thought a piece of glass in a tube made no sense.

Science and most book smart types approach everything with only a logical mindset.

It's having an open mind and thinking outside these worshipped b.s laws that got us to the point of realization in the first place.

I will agree that most 1st graders could blow many Actually types out of the water conceptually and creatively. Too bad they get further schooled put of it by modern logic.

We'd still be stuck accepting that our reflection in the water must be the only way too see ourselves if people didn't think you know what? Let's try this. We've come a long ways but to adhere to those ways only keeps us staring at ourselves..

It takes both logic, open mindedness. Guts and throwing out the written rules helps too.

It mostly only occurs to those who have no fear of being wrong.

Santilli did much more than write about a telescope. Go aquire his experience and degrees but please. Don't write a book. It's probably been written allready according to the jailed trapped Science of common humanity.
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The new James Webb telescope has a concave lens. I wonder if it was modeled after the Santilli. Webb sees in infrared. Maybe that’s what the sanrilli was seeing as well? Pics from the web are gonna be fascinating.
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The new James Webb telescope has a concave lens. I wonder if it was modeled after the Santilli. Webb sees in infrared. Maybe that’s what the sanrilli was seeing as well? Pics from the web are gonna be fascinating.
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Precisely I was waiting for someone to finally bring this up!

But but Concave lens makes Nooo sense!!

They know something they won't tell they won't tell...

As always. Kept in the dark stay in your box and don't question anything....ever...
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Re: Santilli telescope captured invisible entities
There are many things currently being discussed off the radar that were previously considered to be invalid, insane and inconsequential... the big "i"s.

I don't know enough about Santilli's theory to judge it's worth, but I DO know that much has been suppressed and that we, in general, have been deprived of a great deal of information that certain circles consider common knowlege, yet they work to keep that knowlege from spreading to hoard their own power and wealth.

I know there are crackpots and careless researchers, but conversely, I now suspect there is active suppression of truths on an industrial scale, i.e. as in the "UAP" phenomena for a topical example.

I suspect free energy, some cosmology and "alternative" medicine fall into the intentionally suppressed category as well.

So, I like the OP's style... correct or not about concave lenses... which would seem really easy to prove, b.t.w.





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