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posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 05:02 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: StargateSG7

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)


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For those of who you wish to see ONE MAYBE, POSSIBLE,
WHO-KNOWS METHOD of gravity shielding which is a
modification of torus-based fusion confinement,
this photo sums it up...

ITER:
www.iter.org...

and:
www.iter.org...

and this one

www.iter.org...

Just confine your super hot plasma in the toroid
and PULSE the coils via linear induction to ensure
that the highly pressurised heavy plasma element
(tungsten, gold, uranium, lead, mercury, etc.)
is accelerated to near relativistic speeds.
(you'll PROBABLY need around 2 or 7 Gigawatts
to keep up such a power level for that type
of acceleration --- which means you need to
be near a major hydro power station -- aka
Revelstoke or Mackenzie Lake BC is best)

I am unfortunately not sure how to induce the
micro-vortices needed to ensure that heavy
element bonding pairs are spinning/colliding
at such a rate at Planck scales that other forces
are CONFINED to the immediate area.

I AM NOT A PHYSICIST !!!!

I do not have enough training or knowledge
at the Quark-scale to understand how the
Strong and Weak nuclear forces propagate
via Gluons (if true!) or between individual
Quark-pairs/Quark-clusters or if EM forces have any
say in the matter of preventing or redirecting
force propagation through the confining
heavy element plasma.

At a theoretical level, this SHOULD WORK,
but on a practical level I am only aware of
recorded UNUSUAL force directionality effects
from the UofA and UofC tests.

I would need to ask for SERIOUS FUNDING to
see if this would work for real....The group
I work for CAN DO IT --- they HAVE the
high-power electrical and technical systems
and Stainless Steel/Titanium machining expertise
but we need about $25 Million to see if it's viable.
As a rough calculation, it would cost me nearly
ten million to melt standard steels to refine a
maraging type steel or a high nickel content steel
for the Takomak shell. Then another few million
to buy raw copper to make custom helium cooled
electromagnetic coils and probably a microwave/laser
heating system to make the plasma. NOT CHEAP !!!!


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




posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 05:10 PM
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a reply to: BASSPLYR

Jesus that was depressing. Time to drink.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 05:21 PM
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you know, I was laughing so hard at that, I nearly spilt my merlot


originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: StargateSG7

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.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 05:25 PM
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a reply to: PhantomTwo


Sigh, It's everyday for me brother. I just wish they didn't return my email with my old powerpoint presentation attached and modified with a laugh track added to it. Do you have any idea how much that hurt to see?



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 05:35 PM
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a reply to: nelloh62

My mom told me to stop going around telling everybody I'm a successful inventor. Says there's a difference between being one and wishing I was one.

My psychologist says I chronically misrepresent myself to strangers as a vehicle to compensate for low self esteem.

I don't understand what the big deal is. Whats wrong with wanting to be an inventor?



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 06:17 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: nelloh62

My mom told me to stop going around telling everybody I'm a successful inventor. Says there's a difference between being one and wishing I was one.

My psychologist says I chronically misrepresent myself to strangers as a vehicle to compensate for low self esteem.

I don't understand what the big deal is. Whats wrong with wanting to be an inventor?


---

Inventors (i.e. Tesla et al...) tend to be outrageous thinkers
usually well ahead of their time BUT unfortunately are usually
devoid of or avoid the POLITICAL process of scientific discovery
via peer reviewed disclosure and peer replication.

In my case, I must admit my education is merely and formally
in Video Production and Graphics Technology (i.e. SAIT CTSR)
BUT I have MANY years of heavy duty Oil and Gas Data imaging
and data processing systems programming, encryption systems
and network GPU grid processing and expert systems programming.
(i won't mention I also used to like busting a cap or three on
swarthy RPG-carrying yahoos who don't like talking!)

ANYWAYS...you have to follow through on the MINUTE DETAILS
of the INVENTION disclosure process which includes peer reviewed
physics and mathematical proof and/or analysis. Then you have to
provide a working prototype. I'm lucky, I've got a supercomputer
at my disposal (1.2 PetaFLOPS) and multiple Plastic Resin and
EBM Metal 3D printers and CNC machining devices, plus with
personal access to physicists, engineers and math experts,
I can run all my data and theories by them....UNFORTUNATELY
that all means SERIOUS MONEY is being spent (Millions per Year!).

A single lone inventor these days is going to be
laughed at UNLESS your systems, math, physics
and final product are of impeccable quality and repute!

DON'T BE like the inventor of Starlite
Maurice Ward who took the secret of a
10,000 degree heat resistant plastic to his grave.
In the end he GOT NOTHING because he wouldn't let go
and disclose his invention fully to the world.

My suggestion is to PUBLISH your ideas and results FREELY
to EVERYONE (i.e. including sending them to ME!) and we
can go from there to see if your ideas have a leg to stand on.
Even if you FREELY disclose your ideas to everyone you
would be ELIGIBLE for various monetary awards from
MULTIPLE prestigious entities (some more than 2 million dollars!)
which could give you a financial reward other than patents which
are hard to get and defend in multiple countries.

So send me your ideas (via U2U) and let ATS and the world decide
if there is ANY scientific validity to your proposals.

THIS IS ATS and ANY system that purports to be a replacement
for jet or rocket propulsion NEEDS to be looked at...and the
people I know have got academic credentials and CPU/GPU
HORSEPOWER to burn (money too!)


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



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 06:28 PM
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Get a room you pair.. :-P
Only sketch ive seen of Brilliant Buzzard is a reported sighting at Groom through the Dreamland page.Valkyre size but with one large vertical fin,which isn,t the best for piggy backing test beds.Only other bird that could do a piggy back is NASAs 747.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 06:33 PM
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a reply to: StargateSG7

Those winters can be brutal eh, down McCall.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 07:16 PM
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originally posted by: Blackfinger
Get a room you pair.. :-P
Only sketch ive seen of Brilliant Buzzard is a reported sighting at Groom through the Dreamland page.Valkyre size but with one large vertical fin,which isn,t the best for piggy backing test beds.Only other bird that could do a piggy back is NASAs 747.


Maybe it's NOT piggyback but more like what they did with
the X-15 rocket plane where they hung the smaller craft
UNDERNEATH the wing of a B-52 ....

Most "Aviation Leak" afficionados feel that the
Briliant Buzzard bird is or was a reality...BUT...
no one in the know has definitively mentioned
or outlined a specific design for the craft.

I always get either the XB-70 Valkyrie-style
of design or for more modern sightings
a more bulbous ovaloid shape on par with
the size and capacity of a C5A Galaxy!

Maybe the ORIGINAL Brilliant Buzzard (XB-70 design)
is now mothballed and a newer higher-tech lifting body
design (i.e. bulbous ovaloid) is being deployed today!

ANYONE GOT SOME INSIDE SCOOP IF THIS IS TRUE?



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posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 07:18 PM
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originally posted by: nelloh62
a reply to: StargateSG7

Those winters can be brutal eh, down McCall.


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What WInter?

This is Vancouver We Don't GET no stinkin' Winter Here!

I'm in a t-shirt and shorts right now....it's also 65 degrees here right now!



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 08:50 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: StargateSG7

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.


The strong nuclear force is self-mitigating and doesn't have any effect outside the range of a nucleus. There's nothing to shield.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 09:21 PM
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a reply to: mbkennel

damn it! why didn't I think about that!

what about the weak force? I've found a way to keep it from propagating beyond the nucleus, but so far no engineer or physicist seems interested. it's like they sound mildly amused but bored when I describe how it works to them.
are all scientists like that?



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 09:54 PM
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originally posted by: mbkennel

originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: StargateSG7

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.


The strong nuclear force is self-mitigating and doesn't have any effect outside the range of a nucleus. There's nothing to shield.


Correct! --- Keeping itself to within the bounds of a quark-pair
or quark-cluster (i.e. to within one femtometre) and at 10^38
times stronger than gravity ain't going anywhere...

The question I have is HOW the Strong Force is carried
across those sub-atomic distances (is it by Gluons?) to
bind quarks together which then bind hadrons together?

Is there SOME influence upon the Weak Force by the
Strong Force (and by extension electromagnetism) which
would allow a heavy element (a relatively HUGE mass!)
to exert a "blocking" or "deflection" of gravity when
and if the heavy mass by its motion or "size" literally
"blocks" the path of the "Gluon" particles/waves which
carry the Weak Force to and from the outside world?

Again, I am NOT a physicist so while I have SOME
understanding of sub-atomic scale interactions
it is limited so basic college level only.

I never did get too deep into Quantum Chromodynamics!


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posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 09:57 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: mbkennel

damn it! why didn't I think about that!

what about the weak force? I've found a way to keep it from propagating beyond the nucleus, but so far no engineer or physicist seems interested. it's like they sound mildly amused but bored when I describe how it works to them.
are all scientists like that?



Well... Tell us how you do that and we'll see if we can REPLICATE
that feat via PEER REVIEW AND EXPERIMENTAL REPLICATION !!!!!

That would be worth a look!



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 09:27 AM
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Errrmmm....what the heck has happened to ATS?

I've been working down at Woomera for a month or so...I thought that place was on a different planet, but coming back to ATS and it's like all the intelligent, sane and relevant conversation has been hijacked by people on acid!

I know some of the forums here are renowned for whacky talk, but until recently the aviation forum has always been solid.....what the heck has any of this pseudo science codswhallop got to do with B-21?

Cheers
Robbie



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 09:31 AM
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a reply to: stratsys-sws

Good question. A lot of this thread could be in a separate place, so it doesnt interrupt factual discussion of the B-21.
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posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 10:19 AM
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a reply to: stratsys-sws


Agree



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 10:43 AM
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What In the world did I just read.

Are you guys taking something and not sharing?



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 11:34 AM
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originally posted by: stratsys-sws
Errrmmm....what the heck has happened to ATS?

it's like all the intelligent, sane and relevant conversation has been hijacked by people on acid!

I know some of the forums here are renowned for whacky talk, but until recently the aviation forum has always been solid.....what the heck has any of this pseudo science codswhallop got to do with B-21?

Cheers
Robbie


Pretty much. Zaph and I were just talking about what's happened around here lately.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 12:24 PM
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a reply to: grey580

It's called fighting fire with fire. Only it quickly became asymmetrical as the target became outclassed early on in the exchange.



Regarding the B21.

The rumors that it will have some sort of onboard laser capability. I wonder if that talk is also one of the things pressuring lockheed to, according to rumors, announce their new "scramjet breakthrough." since I'm thinking what produces the power for the lasers uses the same technology.

If that's the case, then the B21 engines have a lot more going on with them than just ADVENT.

This new technology in my armchair estimation would also give the B21 exceptional range beyond whats advertised. My logic is if speed is not a desire for the b21 than it's new energy system could take over a lot of the work and the actual engines could be idled down without loss of speed, thus conserving a ton of fuel.

I know there are members here who know much more about this technology and have even probably worked on it. Would it be a reasonable speculation that the B21, if it has what I'm talking about in one form or another, might have really, really great range beyond advertised and currently speculated.
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