I love this site
sure..I bet theres lots of ways to get it.
I saw an old man on tv years ago get
HUGE HEAT OUTPUT from a group of
magnifying glasses with all their beams focused on
as single point.
there was like 20 glasses mounted on a flat frame
so each one could be adjusted individualy.
and he was running 2 BIG barbques and some giant pots of boilling water.
no need for over unity for this.
just a simple way to focus and amplify the waves
as low tech as you can get.
member as a kid playing with one and burning things?
excelent for a survival fire starter too.
and then there is vortex science.
again there is no need to achieve over unity.
once the proper waves are sent along the right
signal pathways, their natual doubling abilities
will be more fully utilized.
this has not yet been achieved with common science.
but natures science can explain it.
and more and more people are starting to
work with and test these new/old/ancient sciences
Its not over unity because the energy from the vortex
is unlimited - in more like its the opposite of.
because good luck trying to max out the energy of a vortex
if you had (or thought you had) full control over one.
not over unity cause you would never be able to you use all the
so where does all this so called energy come from?
from a super string of waves that are all being
vibrated all at once across all octaves/dimensions.
as the waves spiral out ward , the pulse of rotation
match up to key points along waves path and cause a
harmonic reaction to all nodes of the resonant frequency.
when these nodes line up and vibrate, the energy is sent from
the zero point outward in a direct straight line.
it will not bend.
its shape/ structure and frequency pulse emission
trancends any one frequency range.
for it occupies all octaves at once.
by picking the proper resonant frequency/s , you can
cause its entire spectrum to vibrate seqencialy in doubling
increment causing harmonics.
but the reation is all at once, not linear.
Its natual science.... i like the sound of that...natual science
[edit on 26-1-2008 by Maya432]