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The Secret of Antigravity

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posted on Sep, 6 2018 @ 09:24 PM
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originally posted by: AthlonSavage
How planets are really formed is a place to start.
It starts of with something no larger than the closed fist. A perfectly spherical object. The density of this object is immense.


How do you get a perfectly spherical object of immense density if there's no gravity yet?


it is composed to particles which are formed in a lattice.


So, it's crystalline?


The particles vibrate in a way kinetically due to the influence of the suns gravity. This causes heating and when it becomes too hot the lattice reorders itself expelling some particles from the sphere.


So the sphere depletes itself over time?


The particles once outside the sphere expand and themselves releases heat in the processes. The inner most core of planet is therefore very hot.


Surely the heat due to gravitational compression, and which matches that measured, is sufficient? And when matter expands, it is generally endothermic (It takes in heat energy rather than releasing heat energy. Compression = radiates heat, expansion = absorbs heat).


The expanion of the particles become sources for liberating different varieties of sub-particles; we know as the elements on the periodic table.


Has this ever been observed? Please present the data.


The process described above continues and pushes outwides spherical layers. Lighter elements are pushed outwards with greater ease than heavy elements.


So is it gravity which pushes the elements outwards? Also, if that were the case, the entire outer surface of the Earth would only consist of lighter elements. How come we find heavier elements there too?


Eventually the planet takes on solid form as the outerlayers cool.

Gravity we feel pulling us down on earth is due to the inner most core vibrating in harmony with the suns gravity. The effect pulls everything radially inwards to the earths centre point. The gravity along the radial direction increases towards the centre; as the inner most sphere no larger than your fist is superdense.


This doesn't explain gravitational mechanism at all. And since we are made of the elements of the periodic table, why aren't we pushed outwards by the very mechanism you described previously?


To overcome the effects of gravity we must create a sphere that mimics the one in the centre of the earth. The key to achieve this is to construct a sphere composed of every element on the periodic table resonating in harmony together. Once resonating in harmony their frequency response will become receptive to that of the suns gravity and the earths internal sphere.


Why would it's effect be one of anti-gravity, not gravity exactly the same as exists in the case of the Earth and the Sun?


One this happens the ability then the capability will become unlocked to slide the balancing point that fools the sun and earth to thinking the ground level is up high in the air. The secret of antigravity.


I still can't understand why the same mechanism would have an opposite effect. Surely gravitational attraction would be increased by introducing more of it?




posted on Sep, 6 2018 @ 09:28 PM
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originally posted by: Plotus
Then there's this....


uncyclopedia.wikia.com...


Now this is irrefutably rational!




posted on Sep, 6 2018 @ 09:32 PM
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originally posted by: wylekat
a reply to: SatansPride

What about uranus?

*snickers childishly*


I know, they need to rename it to something less snicker worthy, such as "Urectum".

(Apologies to Mr Groenig et al.)

edit on 6/9/2018 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 11 2018 @ 05:51 PM
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The particles don't cause the vibration.

You know how a microwave works, right?

You know how cymatic levitation works, right?

You know why the galaxies have observable density fields, right?

You'd have to record the big bang gravity echo and play back an inversion (1/2 wavelength delayed)

Thats ones giant subwoofer. And one giant amplifier.



posted on Sep, 12 2018 @ 08:07 AM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: wylekat
a reply to: SatansPride

What about uranus?

*snickers childishly*


I know, they need to rename it to something less snicker worthy, such as "Urectum".

(Apologies to Mr Groenig et al.)


I don't think that works in the same way the Uranus works.

Urectum, No

Myrectum, yes.




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