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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 10:10 PM
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a reply to: StargateSG7

Eh close on one but not the other ill let you figure out which.




posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 10:15 PM
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a reply to: StargateSG7

Hes talking about new Amsterdam vodka lol



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 11:09 PM
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originally posted by: B2StealthBomber
a reply to: StargateSG7

Eh close on one but not the other ill let you figure out which.


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I can't really decide because i KNOW that BOTH designs
were tested at least for radar and wind tunnel testing
because I have the photos of the models and plans.

The CURRENT 2008 to 2016 operational one I am gonna
guess is probably the LEFT-side ovaloid front end craft.
The right side one I suspect is what I understand the
1995 era high speed aircraft which I think is a design
from Boeing that is or was the "Brilliant Buzzard" program.

I heard the right side craft had a tendency to
goto the LMCO Hellendale facilty for some reason
probably to pickup it's piggy-back companion craft
which is probably the smaller Blackstar spaceplane?

AM I CLOSE on BOTH designs?
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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 11:11 PM
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originally posted by: kingofyo1
a reply to: StargateSG7

Hes talking about new Amsterdam vodka lol


Oooops! I prefer Grey Goose Vodka or Canadian Iceberg Vodka myself.....



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 01:10 AM
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a reply to: StargateSG7

I don't know anything more, but the exhaust from the boron fuels glows a bright emerald green in some phases of flight, hence The Green Lady. That's what the board has put together from some sightings. It doesn't seem to be a test craft, but probably operational strategic intelligence.

My guess is that they want to move to something else that has the performance of that but without the necessity for the difficult and toxic fuel.

I think LMCO had a public discussion of the hypothetical upcoming "SR-72" which supposedly had a regular turbo engine and then a ramjet for high speed, two engines with one intake?

I think that's a mild misdirection. I think it's one engine which has different physical modes of operation "as if" if were two different engines. Maybe modulated by MHD or Advent type technology or who knows what.
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posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 03:25 AM
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Candle flame is blue at the bottom, but yellow at the top. This is because of blackbody radiation (soot), which is taking away the energy. What if you could...



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 08:27 AM
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a reply to: StargateSG7

No I meant you were either close with the designation or close with the rendering..

You decide which one but it's pretty easy to find out.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 12:54 PM
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originally posted by: robi1000
Candle flame is blue at the bottom, but yellow at the top. This is because of blackbody radiation (soot), which is taking away the energy. What if you could...


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Are you infering that the flame of the Green Lady is green
because the colour is a result of a subtractive chromadynamic
process rather than it being the result of an emissive process?

By that, I mean is the engine or propulsion process itself
causing the removal of certain colours such that we see
green as the final colour and NOT that the flame itself is green?

Then if THAT is the case, then the burning of fuel for jet-like
propulsion is NOT the primary method of moving forward
for the Green Lady !!! That burning green glow then must be
the byproduct of a process that provides unconventional
methods of flight .... of which I know about THREE !!!!



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edit on 2016/3/16 by StargateSG7 because: sp



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 01:00 PM
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originally posted by: B2StealthBomber
a reply to: StargateSG7

No I meant you were either close with the designation or close with the rendering..

You decide which one but it's pretty easy to find out.


Brilliant Buzzard (SR-75) is supposedly well known
to the aircraft crowd as the carrier craft for a
space-plane but I still cannot decide WHICH design
because the USAF liked the XB-70-like jet design
for its ease of manufacture and PROVEN flight
characteristics but the end-user NRO liked
the ovaloid design for it's ability to carry a
LARGER X37b shuttle-like craft to deliver
surveillence satellites to orbit.

Again gimme a clue because I understand
BOTH designs were run up to at least working
test beds. Which one is the "real" Brilliant Buzzard?



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 01:07 PM
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a reply to: StargateSG7

oooooohhhh....lets hear about the three different types! Intriguing.



oh, with drawings pweeze!



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 02:18 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: StargateSG7

oooooohhhh....lets hear about the three different types! Intriguing.



oh, with drawings pweeze!


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LET'S SEE --- Where to start.....

Here are some YOUTUBE VIDEOS of actual
video-recorded effects that can POSSIBLY
be used for levitation and propulsion:

Lentz's Law based Copper Coil Levitation:
(i.e. take advantage of magnetic eddy effects on a LARGE SCALE!)
www.youtube.com...

Hutchison Effect (i.e. Cascade Molecular Bond Failure via resonant EM oscillation)
You can move an object within atmosphere by causing cascade failure of EM fields
and material objects so that objects (and/or fields) are "pulled" towards a specific direction:

Cool lifting effects start at 1:28 of video:
www.youtube.com...

Acoustic, Microwave or Optical Wave Standing Wave Levitation
AND/OR direct waveform jetting using EM Cavity Resonators:
www.youtube.com...


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The first three are easy to do because the physics
of HOW AND WHY they work have been around for a
LONG TIME.

The one below is much more controversial
because is wasn't until President Ronald Reagan's
investment into the SDI (Strategic Defense Initiative
aka Star Wars) in the 1980's did this type of system
become viable on a TECHNICAL BASIS even though
it had been invented in Germany in the 1930's.

Spinning Heavy Elements Shield Against Strong and Weak Nuclear Forces:

Take a Takomak Reactor (aka hollow-tube donut shaped ring)

See inside of a Takomak tube:
A hot plasma is magnetically suspended
so as to NOT touch the walls of the tube.
blogs.ufv.ca...

It is usually used for Nuclear Fusion experiments
but can be adapted for single-axis Gravitation Sheilding Experiments.
In order to do all-axis gravity sheilds you will have to use a multi-layer
series of overlapping Takomak tubes in a 360-degree globular configuration.

Spin an ionized plasmatic really heavy element such as
Tungsten, Gold, Lead, Uranium and yes probably Mercury too!
within the Takomak-reactor type tubing using EM coils to
suspend and ensure the hot, highly pressurized plasma doesn't
touch the tube walls. Pulse the em coils so that microvortices
are induced such that bonding-pair groups of the plasma molecules
spin at near relativistic speeds so that Planck's scale forces
(i.e. the Strong and Weak nuclear forces) are PREVENTED from
propagating through the plasma.

This SHOULD, if the phsyics are real, prevent gravity
and inertia having ANY effect upon the spinning plasma
OR upon the contents shielded ALONG THE AXIS which is
surrounded by the near-relativistically accelerated plasma!
For a full 360-degree gravity sheilding effect, you will have
to create a GLOBULAR structure with multiple spinning plasma
tubes that overlap so that two of the major nuclear forces
are prevented from interacting with the outside world.

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One of my friends at JPL has been bugging my Vancouver
partners to fund a test Takomak system to see if this
would TRULY work. (i.e. Gravity Shielding via Heavy
Element deflection of the Strong and Weak Nuclear forces)

ON a physics level this KINDA makes sense since heavier
elements have more MASS and if they are relatively STABLE
(i.e. not overly radioactive) then the Quarks, Gluons and
whatever other sub-atomic-scale systems) that make up the
Quark-clusters that are Baryons, Mesons and Hadrons which
then make up the greater atomic-level world of protons,
neutrons and electrons SHOULD REMAIN BOUND TO or AT LEAST
ATTRACTED TO the confines of the quark-clusters and no
longer affected by or propogate to the outside world.

I THINK i kinda get the quark-scale physics of the idea
but I just DON'T KNOW if it is a real or a viable method
of gravity shiedling and/or propulsion.
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posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 02:20 PM
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a reply to: StargateSG7

The Costco French Vodka is even better than Grey Goose.

It's made the same way down the street from the Grey Goose Factory. And it tastes better.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 02:31 PM
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originally posted by: grey580
a reply to: StargateSG7

The Costco French Vodka is even better than Grey Goose.

It's made the same way down the street from the Grey Goose Factory. And it tastes better.


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I'll give it a go...I kinda needs some today...it's already been a LOOOOOONG DAY!!!!!



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 02:43 PM
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Well have one for me as well.




posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 03:17 PM
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That's pretty fascinating. I like the part about preventing the propagation of the weak nuclear force throughout the plasma. I too have found a way to prevent the weak nuclear force from propagating beyond the atom. I can't talk about it because the process is so simple anyone could do it.


Hey can you post a drawing of how you envision the tokamak propulsion drive? I think the readers out there would enjoy it. Oh, don't make it too detailed. I don't want you getting in trouble with DIA/DISA.



I have some pretty interesting ideas on how they can do the whole "anti Gravity/ Inertia" thing.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 03:23 PM
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I usually rely on Smirnoff Blue Label when things get heavy. I don't like the taste of it in glass so I go for the plastic bottle. Improves flavor. But it's already pretty good to begin with.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 03:51 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: StargateSG7

I usually rely on Smirnoff Blue Label when things get heavy. I don't like the taste of it in glass so I go for the plastic bottle. Improves flavor. But it's already pretty good to begin with.


My suggestion is to do what they call a split-shot

Take One shot glass:

1) Add one ounce of Vodka

2) Add one ounce of Ouzo or Sambucca (both have licorice flavour)

DO NOT shake or stir --- just down in one shot...you'll feel much better in 15 minutes!

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ANYWAYS....

I'll spend an hour or so to make the very generalized drawings
explaining how Takomak shielding works. I know there are
OTHER unusual effects that happen at these power and EM levels
but for now Torus-based gravity shielding systems SHOULD
work along a single axis (i.e. the X-axis) just fine!

Like I said earlier there is NO PUBLIC demonstration
of such a system...only what I have heard through
the gravevine and interesting effects observed in
some interesting experiments that were done at
the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada)
in the mid-1990's and replicated later at the
University of Calgary fairly recently (I personally
know the Calgary students!).

wait an hour or two and you'll see the drawings....
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posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 04:03 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: StargateSG7



That's pretty fascinating. I like the part about preventing the propagation of the weak nuclear force throughout the plasma. I too have found a way to prevent the weak nuclear force from propagating beyond the atom. I can't talk about it because the process is so simple anyone could do it.


Hey can you post a drawing of how you envision the tokamak propulsion drive? I think the readers out there would enjoy it. Oh, don't make it too detailed. I don't want you getting in trouble with DIA/DISA.



I have some pretty interesting ideas on how they can do the whole "anti Gravity/ Inertia" thing.


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Not to be flippant or anything, but didn't
BAE and Honeywell Technology work on those
types of systems....I am assuming if you have
contacts in them would you know anything about that?



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 04:07 PM
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Dude I'm excited to see the pictures. Doesn't have to be a fancy render. a simple scribble on a piece of paper would do. Anxious to see them.

as for the mixed drinks. I like to take Popov and drop a double shot of that into a Chimay. Improves the Chimays flavor.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 04:34 PM
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Naw, they all stopped talking to me.

The Honeywell folks all think I'm too under educated to be sending them ideas for non newtonian propulsion. They think it's stupid to propose using a faraday cage to mitigate the strong nuclear force. I said not if you make the screen holes at a specific dimension. I'm not divulging what though because I hope to have it patented successfully soon.

Sent the same concept to BAE. I got a worse response from them. I'll paraphrase but essentially it went like this - "Dear XXXX XXXX, we are in receipt of your proposal to build a faraday cage to mitigate the effects of the strong nuclear force. We have passed you're email containing a power point presentation to everyone in our department. We all took a look....had a good laugh." Then they asked how old I was. Kinda insulting response if you ask me.

I still send my ideas and proposals to a select few. But they cut me off and don't respond anymore. I fear they are probably laughing at me behind my back too (seriously)


The whole ordeal had made me pretty reclusive. The only thing I share nowadays are pictures of my Plumeria. You can see them in my avatar and signature. I grew them all. Pretty nice huh. The one I'm using as my avatar I grew indoors and took the picture just yesterday. Sadly I think shyly growing houseplants is all I'll ever be. At least they like having me around and don't consider me some joke.
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