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posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 07:17 PM
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at Ignoarnce denied we are starting research, the only problem is that we dont have anything to research. So here is where you come in, we want your help in picking a research topic, we have a small budget so we wont be building any space ships, however we do want to get this research published in a proper research journal.

If you have any ideas plz post them below or U2U me personally.

-Thx
JS




posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 07:24 PM
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What level of expertise will be available? That would envelope the appropriate responses. In other words, you need to give us areas that your group has expertise in, before we can respond with something reasonable.



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 07:29 PM
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well we do have some expertise especially in geology and geosciences but we are fairly well rounded in astronomy and physics and philosophy.
so also it does not have to be a scientific idea it could also be a philosophical one.

and respond with anything, any idea you have type it



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 08:57 PM
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Anything involving fruit flies and rats goes down well, or creating a fusion reaction in the sink. (what about using fruitflies and rats to create a fusion reaction in the domestic sink as a topic?)



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 09:05 PM
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Originally posted by junior_smith
well we do have some expertise especially in geology and geosciences but we are fairly well rounded in astronomy and physics and philosophy.
so also it does not have to be a scientific idea it could also be a philosophical one.

and respond with anything, any idea you have type it


I think your signature is a perfect example of all those disciplines.



If the Earth had formed a year ago, on January 1st, life would have appeared on February 26th, dinosaurs would have arrived on December 10th to vanish 16 days later, and Homo sapiens sapiens would only have showed up very late on December 31st. A few minutes later, in less than a second, he would have drastically altered the fragile balance between land, seas and atmosphere.


Me likey. Anyway, I'd really like to see all the pros and cons of daylight savings time explored. Where it is, where it should be, should it be at all. From scientific (oil savings), economic (job savings), health aspects (physical activity), security (criminal activity etc).

Everything. Why? It's something we can actually control. It's NOT political or partisan. And it's totally overlooked. I heard just moving it back a day would save 100,000 barrels of crude oil a year. So why not? Let me know if interested in that one.



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 09:11 PM
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Well if you guys specialise in Geology and geoscience... maybe a topic to show if there is actually an increase in seismic activity around Sumatra lately and whether the effects these quakes have on the underground magma pressure (due to the subduction plate) is likely to trigger any large volcanic eruptions?



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 09:12 PM
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well lets see....Since its Ignorance denied I guess any topic opposing George Bush should do the trick. But maybe thats a bit too easy.

Here is a topic that can be widely researched throughout mankinds history and is still very relevent in todays world, regardless of what part of the world you live in.

Religious tyranny.

"Political power in the hands of religion has always, always lead to tyranny. Political power in the hands of religion will always lead to tyranny." M. Redman

You can cover the dark ages, the middle east of present day and even the rise of the religious right which hopes to throw us all back into the dark ages.

Lots of facts to go on, which makes a good research paper to begin with. Lots of modern day examples which make the news everyday. Thats an added bonus. There is much research already out there, but very little from this exact angle.

Hey, you asked for an idea, here is one that is both relevent to our daily lives and replete throughout our history.

Good luck my friend,

Wupy

PS: If your wondering who M. Redman is,



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 09:29 PM
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There have been some great threads on lifter technology. That would be a possibility if people are going to do hands-on work. The equipment is relatively cheap and it is a new enough field that it hasn’t been done to death.

If people are not going to get together for hands-on work but will be contributing to a pool of information from wherever they live, astral projection might be an interesting topic. Say each person buys a different how-to book or cd. Answer the question if any of these techniques can actually help someone who has never astrally projected to do so.

Another topic that people could contribute to from all over would be the chemtrail / contrail controversy. People could send in photos and written observation.

I guess a lot depends on how the group is going to function.
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posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 09:36 PM
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Originally posted by RANT

Originally posted by junior_smith
well we do have some expertise especially in geology and geosciences but we are fairly well rounded in astronomy and physics and philosophy.
so also it does not have to be a scientific idea it could also be a philosophical one.

and respond with anything, any idea you have type it


I think your signature is a perfect example of all those disciplines.



If the Earth had formed a year ago, on January 1st, life would have appeared on February 26th, dinosaurs would have arrived on December 10th to vanish 16 days later, and Homo sapiens sapiens would only have showed up very late on December 31st. A few minutes later, in less than a second, he would have drastically altered the fragile balance between land, seas and atmosphere.


Me likey. Anyway, I'd really like to see all the pros and cons of daylight savings time explored. Where it is, where it should be, should it be at all. From scientific (oil savings), economic (job savings), health aspects (physical activity), security (criminal activity etc).

Everything. Why? It's something we can actually control. It's NOT political or partisan. And it's totally overlooked. I heard just moving it back a day would save 100,000 barrels of crude oil a year. So why not? Let me know if interested in that one.



Look up the company IPSCO in regina saskatchewan. they have changed the hourly work hours because of this.



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 09:44 PM
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How about a theory of the universe?

compare and or merge the Valhalla theory with Chaos theory.



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 11:28 PM
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how about the iconigraphic functioning of the human and other species brains?

That is where a brain tends to favor an exagerated charactature over a realistic image/idea.

It could provide insight as to human psychology and what makes people tick.

Also when and how does intellect successfully manage to override this deep tendancy.

Is it a major problem? (I think it could be a problem, but that is my opinion)

If it were eliminated from humanity is it possible that there might societal breakdowns? Are we dependant on this kind of thinking to keep large portions of us in line?

Is it a short-cut in mental effort that saves brain power for other tasks. [that idea has been proposed, and does make sense, rarely do things appear in evolution for no useful purpose]

If it is a problem how does one battle it personally and how could society be taught/encouraged to think precisely and analytically.

Certainly with all this post/chat going on here we are providing some of our own potential data.
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XL5

posted on Apr, 19 2005 @ 12:25 AM
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Well, I am good in electronics (HV as well), mechanics (no machine shop) and lasers.

Some do-able things may be spin-tronics/resonant spinning (gravity), accelerating radio active decay (power), 1KW freznal lens powered steam go-cart, ultra-capacitors (power storage), using O3 (ozone) at the air intake of an engine.

Instead of going the lifter route, why not try to reproduce the bifield brown effect?



posted on Apr, 19 2005 @ 12:32 AM
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XL5,

do you think you could reproduce the Hutchison effect?

I think it is done with electronics and stuff.

That would be excellent if you could do that and record the various effects it caused.

And then report to us what happened and what your thoughts were about it.
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posted on Apr, 19 2005 @ 12:36 AM
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the reproduce the hutchinson effect would be insane.

ever seen his apartment ?

what about his zero point batteries ?


XL5

posted on Apr, 19 2005 @ 12:54 AM
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The Hutchison effect would be hard to reproduce. Hutchison has had a hard time getting results and to my knowledge has not given exact descriptions of the frequencies or locations of the equipment he used.

It wouldn't be something to fool with, since we don't even know how to shield the effect. If we knew ANY of the variables involved, I'd say it could be done safely (it may be spin-tronics).

EDIT: I think his batteries use crystals (found in those red garden rocks), HV and a wax sealer and he aligns the crystals when the wax is molten by putting a HV charge on it.

[edit on 19-4-2005 by XL5]



posted on Apr, 19 2005 @ 12:56 AM
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i wonder if he keeps logs of where his equipment is set up when said effect takes place. whenever i see him hes just randomly doing stuff like turning dials etc.

he should keep logs.

but like i said before, his zero point batteries would be a good start.



posted on Apr, 19 2005 @ 03:26 AM
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just burn lots of stuff...

How about making a real working light saber?



posted on Apr, 20 2005 @ 04:22 PM
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By well rounded individuals in those fields, I hope you mean they at least have a MS...



posted on Apr, 20 2005 @ 06:45 PM
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dont maike this personal jesus because if you really want to go there it should be 'an' MD, b****! just joking, no I dont have a master's and i think one of our guys is working on his masters but othwer than that i dont know



posted on Apr, 20 2005 @ 06:50 PM
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keep the ideas coming i want at least 30 so far we have . . 14. theyare really good so far



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