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Visited by malevolent aliens after some success with a warp drive experiment

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posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 01:49 AM
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originally posted by: ThaEnigma
If anything you have said here is true, why is it not critical for you to go back, get the designs and recommence your experiments..?? On the one hand you have an idea that could change the world, but evidently it's not important enough for you to cut short a 2yr job abroad..?! What is it you actually do..? What is your current occupation exactly..?? And why is it so difficult to replicate something you have been passionate about since the age of six, without the original designs (that you yourself developed)..?? Sorry if nothing you said adds up...



This job is the only one that took me after more than a year of job search at home and overseas. So I was jobless for more than a year before I got this job.

And this job is the only thing that's providing my basic needs at the moment. I work as one of the many secretaries for a major airline in the Middle East. I'd like to make myself clear that I'm a man, not a woman despite my feminine looks and taking a woman's job.

If I leave this job, I'll be jobless at home. And I don't have pension, we have no jobless gov't support, I live in a 3rd world country and they discriminate job applicants who are over 30 years old. I don't have the nicest CV (my specialisation is terrible). Because I ended up a "jack of all trades", a truck driver, computer technician/programmer, automotive mechanic, office admin, computer graphics artist, engineer, data analyst, energy consultant, manager/team leader, empath. Nobody wants to hire a jack of all trades.

IRONICALLY... I have just enough income to continue my experiments in the Middle East.... But I live in a small room which I share with three other people. We have no privacy whatsoever... And I can't just conduct dangerous experiments that could very well endanger my roommates. It's not a choice for me to move out and rent my own flat. I won't be able to afford paying for my own flat, food expenses, and buy my own basic car. I get a lot of savings from the free housing, food, and transport provided by my employers.

I could not just quit this job and there are people depending on me too like my parents and niece. I provide partial financial help to them.

The odds are absolutely stacked against me. So the best thing I could realistically do is to share my idea to others

So I think it's up to someone to continue with it. Someone who has a stable career, good connections, an open mind, settled down, have their own house and have plenty of free time for hobbies.


I don't mind personal interviews or interviewing someone who knows or might know me if anyone happens to drop by the neighborhood. If that will cast off any shadow of doubt about my claims.




posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 02:01 AM
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originally posted by: [post=18112759]ahnggk


Is the warp drive opening up a portal (as tiny it may be) to the spiritual realm? Or the evil spirits simply don't want me messing with that stuff?


Warp drives do create portals, but I doubt you have created anything of the sort
Any videos / photos of your creation?



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 02:09 AM
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originally posted by: LuXiferGriM
I'm fairly certain that what you have managed to build is a simple magnetic field that acts upon the entrapped electrons in the plastic bag. Like others have said, it's no more complex than a grade school science project.

I would not recommend that ANYONE create this circuit with a flyback transformer, or any other HV power source. The OP's stated fire risk comes from the fact that there is not enough resistance in the circuit to keep from smoking the whole thing.

To the OP- since you have a great deal of curiosity in the field, I suggest that you do some research into lifter experiments. You might find that a more rewarding pursuit.



The bag is only for testing purposes to eliminate any thrust that may result from ionic and electron emissions. It works the same without the airtight bag.

I've built lifters before but it did not pass the "bag test" so I have made a conclusion that lifters are simply ionic propulsion devices, does not defy Newton's 3rd Law and barely a warp drive. I've seen the works of others with lifters sealed with a bag and but they only measured a very tiny amount of thrust, way way less than what my warp drive made with or without the bag. I dropped my interest with lifters because of the unpromising results I've seen. They only look spectacular in an atmospheric medium but definitely, they won't work in space.

And I do have a disclaimer outlining the danger of fire and electrocution of the setup in page 2. You definitely missed it but thanks anyway for pointing it again.



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 03:10 AM
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a reply to: ahnggk

dont give up, dont ever give up



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 04:31 AM
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originally posted by: compressedFusion
Have you tried working in a field related to your passion (E&M)? Don't underestimate the value of your practical experience derived from experimenting with magnets and building high voltage sources. This could land you a well paying job. You would be free to continue your research while also gaining additional valuable experience at work.


I tried but none materialized. It was wishful thinking but truth is that I am simply unqualified for the industry. What I know is extremely specialized - just enough what is needed for the warp drive but it is not even remotely enough to land a job in such fields.

I don't mind doing unrelated jobs just as long as the job will get me settled down. I have yet to find such opportunity. I may get settled down in my current job but it will take years, realistically speaking.




It may be difficult to get the online community excited about your experiments because you are competing against a sea of noise. My advice is to let go of the fear, pursue your passion, and enjoy life. Temper your ambition with a sense of joy found from doing what you are passionate about. 100% or 0.1% realization of your ambitions are both better than doing nothing due to fear or ridicule. If you are able to contribute something, such as this thread, then you have a right to feel good. You are staying true to your purpose.


Thanks for the encouragement! I used to feel that way. I don't mind doing it myself with my own money. I never really spent any big bucks for it. It wasn't necessary. I've always found a way to do things cheaply. I don't mean to boast but I'm incredibly talented at improvising. It's just one of my very few talents, but not really useful until you come into tight spot

But this time, I have reached my limits. How could I perform my experiments in a small room (13 sq ft) I share with three other people? I couldn't even get a proper sleep will all the noise one of my roomates make. I already suffering from sleep deprivation. I couldn't just move out of the company-provided accommodation with free food and accomodation. I will not be able to afford the expenses.
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posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 05:34 AM
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originally posted by: Aedaeum
To ahnggk
I sincerely hope you continue in whatever field you feel you're going to get the most reward from. If you believe the torment to be something you can't endure anymore, then find something else you are equally interested in; however if you have the mental fortitude to carry on through the inexplicable, then push on with all of your being. Sometimes the greatest achievements are those that come with the greatest sacrifice... Don't be afraid to push your limits. Certainly don't listen to the baseless negative remarks of the simpletons.


Thanks for kind words Aedeum!

I have a real enemy that makes my life a living hell. Just look at what happened to my thread. Many members here have been constantly trying to assassinate my character through false accusations and consistently misreading my posts and twisting their context.

But the evidence speak for themselves, it's their posts that are getting deleted, not mine!

My other interest is the paranormal and the spiritual world. I'm especially trying to unravel the spiritual forces that rule our world and their connection to the rest of the Universe including heavenly bodies such as stars.


Sometimes I think the latter is more important than my warp drive. The warp drive is only good when we're alive. But we should really concern ourselves with the afterlife because I've seen enough of the paranormal to conclude that something is really out here that we can't see.

But I also suspect that the warp drive is probably our way out of this "prison universe" to liberate human souls from endless imprisonment by evil overseers. Maybe that's why evil spirits have been thwarting my efforts with all their might. There's really something malevolent behind all my difficulties.



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 05:41 AM
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a reply to: ahnggk

I'd suggest you do as much as you possibly can with regard to your research, and then try to source investors/sponsors to further develop your ideas.. Make sure you're able to communicate in laymans terms how your ideas relate to real world problems and maybe you'll find some supporters.. Where there's a will ~ there's a way, good luck to you..!



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 07:29 AM
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originally posted by: ThaEnigma
I'd suggest you do as much as you possibly can with regard to your research, and then try to source investors/sponsors to further develop your ideas.. Make sure you're able to communicate in laymans terms how your ideas relate to real world problems and maybe you'll find some supporters.. Where there's a will ~ there's a way, good luck to you..!




I can only try in two years. But it's still difficult to say.

I have already tried posting this in formal scientific forums several years ago and I got account banned.

2003 was better. I posted online videos of actual results in experiments. I only got one interested person who worked in one university lab in USA. Once I got him the details, I never heard from him again.

We were discussing about prototyping a far more advanced design that would take advantage of computer microprocessor manufacturing technology.

The device could function as a sub-light speed drive that could propel aircraft, space vehicles, submarines, and even cars... in any medium, water, air, and space. In fact, you can create a vehicle with it that can travel underwater, take off and fly off into space.

THe sublight drive would literally look and be made of the same materials as semiconductor microprocessor computer chips.



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 07:33 AM
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Sounds like another hot dog time machine.



not buying this at all.

www.abovetopsecret.com...
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posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 07:58 AM
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originally posted by: HauntWok
Sounds like another hot dog time machine.



not buying this at all.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



How can you buy it when it's free



See page 2. The design belonged to public domain since 2003. Thus, no one owns it. But still, anyone can secretly develop it as it can severely change the balance of power in the world.

The "micro cell" version using semiconductor manufacturing processes is incredibly energy efficient in theory and may be capable of harnessing ambient energy (would get very cold during operation). It can use any heat source as fuel, including charcoal or nuclear energy


Trust me, I won't ask for any help here, not even money, never. Given time, I could continue the experiments myself.. And the reason I posted here is the hope someone else could continue where I have left off.



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 08:11 AM
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originally posted by: ahnggk




How could the warp drive be ever realize if everything about it is downright ridiculed.

Hey at least you have successfully created a thread, that does not have limited visibility



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 09:13 AM
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OP I have to apologize I didn't see the info you posted on page 2 when I asked for documentation. I've been a bit under the weather with a fever so things are not in real time. lol

The info you posted is very limited for the purpose of someone trying to conducted anything worthwhile on their own.

Can you give more finite details and a step-by-step build guide?

The reason I say this is that your model appears to be in reach of plenty of people here on ATS, that most likely will attempt a build.

Thanks,

RT
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posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 09:23 AM
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I'm worried you might be developing/ experiencing schizophrenia or possibly some manic phase of bipolar with symptoms of delusions and hallucinations. Be safe friend



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 09:41 AM
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originally posted by: ahnggk

originally posted by: compressedFusion
Have you tried working in a field related to your passion (E&M)? Don't underestimate the value of your practical experience derived from experimenting with magnets and building high voltage sources. This could land you a well paying job. You would be free to continue your research while also gaining additional valuable experience at work.


I tried but none materialized. It was wishful thinking but truth is that I am simply unqualified for the industry. What I know is extremely specialized - just enough what is needed for the warp drive but it is not even remotely enough to land a job in such fields.

I don't mind doing unrelated jobs just as long as the job will get me settled down. I have yet to find such opportunity. I may get settled down in my current job but it will take years, realistically speaking.




It may be difficult to get the online community excited about your experiments because you are competing against a sea of noise. My advice is to let go of the fear, pursue your passion, and enjoy life. Temper your ambition with a sense of joy found from doing what you are passionate about. 100% or 0.1% realization of your ambitions are both better than doing nothing due to fear or ridicule. If you are able to contribute something, such as this thread, then you have a right to feel good. You are staying true to your purpose.


Thanks for the encouragement! I used to feel that way. I don't mind doing it myself with my own money. I never really spent any big bucks for it. It wasn't necessary. I've always found a way to do things cheaply. I don't mean to boast but I'm incredibly talented at improvising. It's just one of my very few talents, but not really useful until you come into tight spot

But this time, I have reached my limits. How could I perform my experiments in a small room (13 sq ft) I share with three other people? I couldn't even get a proper sleep will all the noise one of my roomates make. I already suffering from sleep deprivation. I couldn't just move out of the company-provided accommodation with free food and accomodation. I will not be able to afford the expenses.


13 square foot room? That'd be a square less than 4 feet on a side. With three roommates?



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 11:19 AM
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originally posted by: Realtruth
OP I have to apologize I didn't see the info you posted on page 2 when I asked for documentation. I've been a bit under the weather with a fever so things are not in real time. lol

The info you posted is very limited for the purpose of someone trying to conducted anything worthwhile on their own.

Can you give more finite details and a step-by-step build guide?

The reason I say this is that your model appears to be in reach of plenty of people here on ATS, that most likely will attempt a build.

Thanks,

RT




I think it might better if I create a separate thread for that in the Science & Technology thread don't you think?

I'll see what I can do with Powerpoint. But it won't be exact. Experimenter will need to adjust some variables by trial error because I don't have my notes with me. But it shouldn't be difficult getting to the right adjustment.


But this experiment won't be for those expecting to see some "fireworks". It will the boring keeping an eye on the digital milligram weighing scale.

I've build a very lightweight, low friction polystyrene turntable the last time for a more spectacular demonstration of the thrust produced but it's rather complicated but if anyone wants to go further, it is needed for further verification to eliminate possibility of measuring static forces between the drive and the weighing scale or any other nearby object.

Anyone could improvise a low friction, light weight turntable if they want but #1 rule must be there should be plenty of space between the drive's electrodes and the nearest object to it such as the sealing bag, else it won't work.

The sealed bag is just for verifying violation of Newton's 3rd Law, otherwise, it works just as find without the bag.
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posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 11:32 AM
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originally posted by: NavyDoc
13 square foot room? That'd be a square less than 4 feet on a side. With three roommates?


Sorry, that should be 13 sq meters!


I'll kill my employers if they shove the four of us in a 13 sqft compartment!

Almost gave me a heart attack laughing so hard at this so thanks for the laugh!



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 11:52 AM
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I've always been wanting to gather my experimental data from the old computer.

I was supposed to share it before my flight but the all the preparation for 2 year overseas work got in the way.

Trust me guys, I will post it still, in two years hoping that I can still get the computer to run.. that computer is now 12 years old! It was working okay, the last time I used it last year, just with a loose VGA socket. So many good memories in that computer, just can't let it die!



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 11:55 AM
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To the OP:

I enjoy reading your threads, even though I have a hard time taking a perfect stranger at nothing but their written word. Even if what you built wasn't a true warp drive, it's clear that you have a passion for this device. At least one poster in this thread said "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." This is a line from Carl Sagan, one of the most brilliant scientific minds to walk the Earth. Ever. You say you have something that can change the balance of power in the world. Why would you not go to great lengths to pursue this...this...gift you may have been given? I would literally walk barefoot, across the planet, breathing from a scuba tank filled with fart, with hemorrhoids and an infected molar JUST to get back to this project.

While I agree that some posters in this thread are being a little drastic in their criticisms, I also feel like some of the more logical criticisms are fully warranted. You have a tendency to make extraordinary claims with little to no evidence to back it up. ATS is full of critics and cynics, and as such you should be prepared to face the firing squad each time you create a thread like this.

My simple criticism: Sometimes it seems like you aim to demonize the members here who don't immediately accept your claims. That could be far off the mark, but it's just how your posts come off.

You have absolutely no way to access this old computer you speak of? No family or friends that can pull the hard drive and retrieve the pictures? I would love to see your creation, and I would love to see some threads from you in the future with something more than just anecdotal evidence to your claims.




posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 01:10 PM
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I cant find the ops post, but in some other thread, he claimed that he is creating a black hole under his contraption, that will suck in the whole earth.
I'll say go as far as saying that the op is lying thru his teeth
a reply to: ChaosComplex



posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 01:27 PM
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I agree with your conclusion on the ionic wind of lifters, as it has been well documented. Unless you have conducted your experiments in a labratory quality vacuum, I wouldn't rule it out. A plastic bag is not a vaccuum.

Here's another idea, you have a forum here of interested, like minded people. You can leverage that by providing specific detail of the device, so that your results might be replicated.

The pictures are a good start, but not enough to replicate the device. I would like specifics like:

Type of wire; wire gauge, insulating material.
Number of windings, length of each winding, space between windings,
How the aluminum panels are connected to the wires, are they soldered, mechanical connections, etc..
Specific dimensions of the panels; length, width, thickness.
Specifics on how the power supply was built, including any source material
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