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Subtractive synthesis is a method of sound synthesis in which partials of an audio signal (often one rich in harmonics) are attenuated by a filter to alter the timbre of the sound. While subtractive synthesis can be applied to any source audio signal, the sound most commonly associated with the technique is that of analog synthesizers of the 1960s and 1970s, in which the harmonics of simple waveforms such as sawtooth, pulse or square waves are attenuated with a voltage-controlled resonant low-pass filter. Many digital, virtual analog and software synthesizers use subtractive synthesis, sometimes in conjunction with other methods of sound synthesis.
Would it at all be possible for someone to give a quick overview of "The Nazi Bell" and the facts within so that newcomers can take something away from the discussion without having to read an entire book or series of books in order to contribute anything meaningful? It sounds fascinating but from the casual perspective it seems to make an awful lot of conclusions with little to no information other than "we have been lied to."
originally posted by: Baddogma
Nice job and excellent creative thinking. That ruin does look technical, doesn't it?
I've read some J P F and he is both a careful researcher and a careful conjecturer... almost too careful! I wanted outlandish speculation based on some facts, and got careful, plodding, footnoted investigation. Bor-ring, heh.
Since there IS advanced tech buzzing through the air (and space) and oodles of legends about sky folks with flashy bing getting down n dirty with those alluring human women, along with the troves of anomalous archeological finds (that didn't end up vanished somehow) and things like existing megaliths and vitrified structures we have difficulty explaining (or recreating) , along with seemingly reliable testimony from several disparate folks about modern breakaway civilizations based on ancient tech, I find it quite possible.
And as far as that satellite reported to exist pre-sputnik dubbed the Black Knight that someone thought would be retrieved, someday, I'd bet a box of donuts that it was grabbed almost as soon as it was detected in the early 50's.
Can't prove any of it, yet... buuut it's looking very likely that we humans (or close) have been rising and falling for some time, and we had some nifty tech.
I wonder ... if there have been peaks and troughs of civs, what causes such deeeep troughs? Here's hoping we don't find out too soon... IF true or true-ish.