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Acoustic Levitation is Real!

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 05:40 PM
Phage this certainly demonstrates I'm not "off-topic" -- you continue to ignore the concept of energy transduction! Sound turns into ultrasound which then ionizes electrochemical energy to create electromagnetic energy as fusion!!

That's why it's called SONOFUSION -- sound.

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 05:46 PM
Phage -- Dale Pond clearly explains that at the higher frequency sound changes in form -- as it creates light energy -- and that John Keely emphasized that all the geometries are intertwined:

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 05:47 PM
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Once we understand resonance and frequencies, I'm sure many more sciences will be opened up.

Was this the sort of "sound of a trump" that brought down the walls of Jericho one wonders ?

posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 05:52 PM
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Yes, the bubble just "appears". When the shrimp closes its claw very rapidly a high speed jet of water is ejected. Because of the high speed of the jet, the pressure of the water is reduced to below its vapor pressure, this in turn causes the formation of the cavitation bubble. It is not sound which produces the bubble. It is not a shockwave which produces the bubble. It is the bubble which produces the shockwave.

Hydrophone measurements in conjunction with time-controlled high-speed imaging of the claw closure demonstrate that the sound is emitted at the cavitation bubble collapse and not on claw closure. A model for the bubble dynamics based on a Rayleigh-Plesset-type equation quantitatively accounts for the time dependence of the bubble radius and for the emitted sound.

Sonofusion has nothing to do with acoustic levitation and is far from proven.

posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 06:36 PM
Phage the "semantic scientist!" haha. That's hilarious. Funny how sonofusion just REFUSES TO BE DISPROVEN despite all the efforts of the skeptics. Meanwhile BLACK OPS continues -- just what was powering that equilateral black triangle with NO FUSELAGE that flew over the hill and tree on the north end of my yard in 1997? Again I know that alchemy works -- sound can be transduced into spacetime antigravity propulsion. -- fusion propulsion is directly related to ULTRASOUND LEVITATION:

Sonoluminescence is a phenomena observed when bubbles of noble gases are driven by ultrasonic waves.

Nevertheless, there are some useful predictions here and good prospects for getting some really hot plasmas inside bubbles. So, is bubble fusion back on the table? If this model proves to be accurate, and experimentalists can find a suitably clean system to work with, then yes, it might well be. Will bubble fusion ever be a replacement for the likes of ITER? No. New Journal of Physics, 2009,

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 06:37 PM
I don't use this word very often but that video really was very 'cool'. It's a nice technology and an idea that's been around a very long time.

S&F it was really great to see it in action, thanks.

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 07:18 PM

Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 45 (2006) pp. 2842-2844 |Previous Article| |Next Article| |Table of Contents|
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Effect of Ultrasonic Cavitation on Force Acting on Solid Object in Water

Satoshi Tamura, Yoshiki Tsunekawa and Masahiro Okumiya
Toyota Technological Institute, 2-1-2 Hisakata, Tempaku-ku, Nagoya 468-8511, Japan

(Received June 10, 2005; accepted December 18, 2005; published online April 7, 2006)

Attractive force or repulsive force acts on solid objects facing an ultrasonically vibrating horn in liquid. Severe cavitation damage is observed on the surface of an aluminum plate adhereing to an ultrasonically vibrating horn in water. To elucidate the mechanisms of the generation of force acting on a solid object in a near ultrasonic field in water, the behavior of cavitation bubbles on the surfaces of an ultrasonically vibrating horn and a solid object was investigated. From the results of in situ observation, it was clarified that the force acting on a solid object is controlled by bubble generation and collapse.

KEYWORDS: ultrasonic vibration, cavitation, acoustic levitation, attractive force, repulsive force, ultrasonic field
DOI: 10.1143/JJAP.45.2842

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 07:39 PM
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We have been talking about cavitation (but I'm not sure why). In this case the cavitation bubbles form on a vibrating plate. The collapsing cavitation bubbles exert force on the vibrating plate. It also turns out that they do a lot of damage to things like spinning propellers (and vibrating plates). It's a real problem for boats and in engine cooling systems.

Cavitation is essentially a dynamic condition in a liquid system that forms a vapor or gas-filled hole or "cavity" in the liquid. It can be caused by several different mechanisms, but in engine cooling systems it is most often a result of cylinder liner vibration caused by piston slap and/or combustion pressures.

Have you levitated underwater? That's not very difficult to do. It's called floating.

posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 07:48 PM
If only scientists would actively pursue this with exhisting technology, the possibilities are endless.

posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 07:54 PM
Phage -- This thread connects Tibetan monks to ultrasonic levitation.

Phage -- I did the actual experiment in training with Chunyi Lin, a Chinese yoga master WHO HAS LEVITATED. The actual experiment is detailed in the book "Taoist Yoga: Alchemy and Immortality" translated by Charles Luk.

Phage -- As Dale Pond points out -- John Keely stated that cavitation is the FEMALE principle of resonance. It's the reason why Pythagoras stated that Harmonia was a Goddess --

O.K. So as I've stated this technology has gone "black ops" -- via Tesla, Schauberger, Keely, etc. Theo Paijmans says that John Jacob Astor took Keely's technology to the Skull and Bones.

Keely's motor would "draw in water" -- like a water hammer -- there would be pulsations.

"this is technically known today as cavitation.... During the process of cavitation.... or implosion cavitation .... is the female force being released in these machines...."

Those are quotes from Dale Pond at about 5 minutes of the video -- and he says there is "infinite energy" released at that point.

Now he's using water -- Stan Meyer also used ULTRASOUND for electrolysis of water to fuel his hydrogen cars.

Sonofusion for PROPULSION.

HHO, Meyer,Stanley,Cell,Water,Fuel,Stan,Circuit,Meyers,Diagram,WFC ...
HHO Stanley Meyer Water Fuel Cell Lawton WFC Stanley water Stan Meyers Fuel ...... of cavitation yield in high frequency ultrasound systems was performed by ... - Cached - Similar

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 08:02 PM
I'm sure it's used for black ops technology. Most scientists are "Mall Scientists" which means if it's not in mass production on the shelves as a commodity then it doesn't exist. haha. So science is this passive subject where the "skeptic" sits back and WAITS for his perfect product to be produced. If it is not produced then the Mall Scientist stomps his feet and self-righteously cries out how he is not getting what he wants. haha. I call the Mall Scientists the "ultra rationalists." You can usually find a handful on every website.

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 08:51 PM
Phage -- Victor Schauberger constructed levitation propulsion based on the same vortex of "cycloid-spiral" technology -- an increase in frequency as density through quantum ionization. So the medium is not as important as the principle of increased energy from higher frequency.

Here is what Archimedes would like to have said: One - Since every body loses weight in proportion to the degree to which it is displaced by a specifically densifying medium (see note 14)... then, Two - Sit in bath = loose weight (displacement of water). Three - Sit on floor = loose no weight (no displacement of medium). Four - If medium surrounding is more dense then it determines motion. Five - Schauberger's trout (see note 15) expulses a densified fluid about its rear, as it expands it squeezes the trout forward. Six - If you create a situation where normal air is more dense than the air directly above or ahead of the craft - the normal air will move the craft ! Seven - There are two sorts of 'levitational motive force' featured in the many machines of Viktor Schauberger... Eight - One, a spinning upwards force would provide a NEGATIVE (vacuous) air density above the craft. Two, if the craft utilised only the centrifugal force, as in a Repulsine, it would propel a POSITIVE (increased) air density below the craft. Both these motive forces will send the craft up into the air.

Here you have Schauberger, Keely and the Tibetan acoustic levitation plus human levitation all on the same web page, discussed in connection with each other:

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 10:12 PM
Too bad Phage gave up so fast:

More acoustic propulsion examples.

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 10:22 PM
Thermoacoustic "streaming" propulsion modeled on the Helmholtz resonator:

posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 10:26 PM
Let's just emphasize this is ULTRASOUND acoustic streaming propulsion:

Article Information

Micropropulsion of air and liquid jet by acoustic streaming
Hongyu Yu; Eun Sok Kim
Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, 2003. MEMS-03 Kyoto. IEEE The Sixteenth Annual International Conference on
Volume , Issue , 19-23 Jan. 2003 Page(s): 76 - 79
Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/MEMSYS.2003.1189691
Summary:This paper describes an ultrasonic, nozzleless jet propeller that can shoot out jet streams of liquid or air (from a spot of hundreds of micron in diameter) through an acoustic streaming effect. The propelled jet streams of liquid contain atomized liquid particles of 3 to 10 microns in diameter, and move at a rate as high as 37.5 μl/s. In case of air, the speed of the propelled air jet can reach up to 1.2 m/s. This is the first time that acoustic streaming effect is experimentally confirmed in air at such a high frequency of 10.8 MHz.

posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 10:45 PM

Originally posted by sapien82
NO BOX , no annoying sound , this guy had it down !

Yes leviation using sound wave resonance , the hutchinson effect , not sure if this is the same thing but this guy had been doing it since the 70's i believe

Except Hutchinson is a fraudster and a hoaxer.

When you need to have strings attached to something in order to pull on the string and make the object float, it's not really that impressive.

Oh but he didn't want that to be noticed, oops!

posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 10:56 PM
No strings -- Tesla:

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 11:08 PM
The secret for levitation is figuring out the "neutral center" frequency and then have complementary opposite resonance:

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 11:49 PM
Phage here's the exact details on the sound force from the Tibetan monks plus the various alternatives:

Originally posted by Phage
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If the standing wave is being created by reflection off of a wall the nodes will be horizontally distributed. Acoustical levitation requires that the nodes be vertically distributed, the object gets "caught" between nodes.

In order to be levitated, the object has to be smaller than the wavelength of the sound. To give you a rough idea, to levitate a basketball a frequency of 400Hz would have to be used. That's about a middle G note. No problem there but the amount of energy required would be huge. It takes 154 dB (a jet engine 100 feet away produces 140 dB) to levitate a water drop 1.4mm in diameter (about .15 gram) that basketball weighs 567 grams, 3,780 times as much. I don't think it can be done. I don't think there is a sound loud enough.

Reflecting sound waves does not amplify the energy. If you are talking about audio feedback, that requires an electronic amplifier.

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posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 02:28 AM
I agree with Phage, I dont think that they could just chant and levitate objects - but when you look at their architecture designs and art I think may be encoded some kind of formula or design on how to do it... for those in the know and understand what they're looking at.

Like what I mean is for example this:

Maybe if you measure the angles and lengths it tells you something? Like how to utilise sound? Just a thought.

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