Acoustic Levitation is Real!

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posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 02:36 AM
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Dolphins have been using sound to track and kill their prey for years. I am not sure why it took humans so long to reproduce that effect.

Chrono




posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 03:32 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
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Except for the minor detail of the Helmholtz Resonant Cavity being necessary to create the standing waves which enable the levitation.

This is not anti-gravity any more than an airplane is. The force of the sound is overpowering the force of gravity.


As far as this video is for real, the laws of gravity ARE being violated here, since no widely-recognized scientific knowledge claims that gravity can be neutralized with a sound input, and that sound is even a "force" which can influence physical bodies or particles. Well I might be wrong on that last one, but I never heard the opposite through all my scientific education... Doesn't take magic break the law of gravity, just the appropriate factor to invalidate its universality. And here is one.

But if we put Tesla's conception of defining gravity as analog to electro-magnetism, then you've got the phenomenon all explained quite easily. Since electricity is made of sound waves, we can appearantly alter the electro-magnetic field -or properties of any object- by using the appropriate sound input, at the proper frequencies and intensity.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 04:03 AM
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The army is the best place for it. Every technology they've ever developed was somehow put into the civilian world. They take the blame for any mistakes of experimentation, and nobody has mass produced prototypes that accidentally kill a bunch of people.

And it's not even like they keep it to themselves. They'll do so for their own security, but they have no problem trading it for civilian use world wide.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 05:53 AM
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Or it's just a pretty pattern. Or the numbers have some sort of divine meaning. Or anything other than "utilising sound to move stuff around". Seriously - why leap to such fantastic conclusions without any evidence?



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 07:06 AM
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Phage what about using the new directional sound techs like the sonic blasters on boats and the 'sound in your head' beam.. it turns sound into a laser

couldnt ya use that to say put a few legs under the saucer?



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 07:07 AM
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Is this the method the Egyptians used to build the pyramids?

just a thought...



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 10:47 AM
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Originally posted by drew hempel
the lost tape about what? The lost "video" tape of the acoustic levitation?

Oh apparently so! Good luck!

keelynet.com...



Later Dr Jarl watched how the Tibetans built a monastery halfways up to a vertical montain ridge and levitated big stones from the valley. He made detailed notes and documented the whole process by a movie-camera. The film was later confiscated by the Englishmen and classified for 50 years. This time is over. Maybe somebody can find the film in the British archives now.


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Well you are being choosy about words now


Do we really need to drag in formats and terminology for a pissing contest regarding what may be a very important discovery that may have been classified ?

I wont travel that route



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
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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.

www.sciencemag.org...

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


Phage I thought you would have known by now that Hydrophones are old technology that are long past



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 10:56 AM
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Egypt built the pyramids with plane old sticks and arms. They already found ramps within the pyramid, as opposed to traditional outside. That and, of the ancient world, Egypt was the least advanced. They were only looked up to by a few Greeks who saw pyramids and thought it would be a cool idea to put them on their temples and graves.

Levitation through sound is also extremely easy. Just the right frequency. I too am surprised that it did not shatter. However, if most frequencies do nothing, and only one resonacnes it and explodes it, it is logical to think that there are delinquencies that do plenty of other things.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 11:21 AM
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Did the Egyptians put what you mention in as a means to explore what someone else built ?

No-one can answer that



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 11:44 AM
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Originally posted by Chronogoblin
Dolphins have been using sound to track and kill their prey for years. I am not sure why it took humans so long to reproduce that effect.

Chrono


Yeah not only Dolphins mate


Set-up a Capacitive Microphone on your porch (or whatever you have at your disposal) in the early hours during sunlight breaking and record birds communicating... mate you will not be disappointed


When I have carried out that experiment it would seem birds are a little brighter and hold longer conversations than the average news broadcaster on a major network








[edit on 22-1-2010 by Somamech]



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 11:58 AM
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You can transmit electricity via acoustic means



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:03 PM
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No, anyone can answer that. Everyone talks about how the pyramids are so perfect geometrically and so indescribably epic and awesome that humans could not have possibly have built it.

The funny thing? They're forgetting some 150 years of pyramid development before those.

I'll do a brief run down of what I learned as an architect about Egypt. The first pyramid built was by Imhotep, known as zoser's pyramid(or the pyramid at Djoser). Imho was a chill dude, but he did not make something new out of thin air. He saw Arabs building mastabas, and Pharaoh Zoser wantes something mad cool for his burial. So Imhotep first thought to build a typical lavish mastaba. Than he decided to enlarge it. No reason why. And then for no other reason, he stacked it several times... and then several times more. And wala, the first pyramid was born. Of course you may be wondering how we know this? We scaned Zoser's pyramid and dated it. Within is a mastaba, the oldest section within the youngest section, the pyramid. But amazingly, there's another pyrimid in between dated between the two:




This was the first pyramid born. It did not have the angles of the giza pyramid, and it did not have anywhere near the same grand size. After that, for 150 yeats, Egyptians developed the design, which ended in the form of the Giza pyramids.

Egyptians had plenty of failures and plenty of wins along the way. The great Pharaoh Snefru is perhaps the greatest source of laughs. The guy had a love fest with pyramids. He built many, mostly awesome ones.

One if his greatest failures, the fail-pyramid of Meidum, imploded. Yes, that's right. The architect made the angles all wrong, and they went kaboom. All of Egypt laughed at this failure, but la la la la, life goes on




one reason for this was because they were dumb at brick laying. Most early pyramids had bricks like these:




This causes epic failure with pressure systems, as the bricks find their central source of pressure at the core. And once that goes, lol, bye bye pyramid.


Anywho, Snefru took his honor with him, and made more. One pyramid actually demonstrates learning from mistakes. This is known as the slanted pyramid




Snefru was all like "ah ha! building them like my last failure causes them to implode!"

Snefru finally got it mad cool and mad right with the red pyramid, or North pyramid. This had great angles, and not so big size. Thus the iteration process was complete, and what a pyramid should look like was now known. After that there as little if any experimentation.




Egyptians used the golden ratio to accurately form the shape pf the base, used water to level her out, and built Giza with internal ramps. The bricks were parallel to the earth, rather than slanted, and thus the great pyramids were born.







So next time someone tells you aliens built the pyramids, you tell them "if so, why didn't they get ti right the first time, and why did it take over a hundred years to get it right?!"

geez aliens, more than 100 years to get an angle right and learn about gravity? Are you sure you're more advanced than us?





LOL, but anyway, back on topic, this technology could theoretically be used to never worry about land mines again. And it would be kind of cool to have an audacitic flying suit, as opposed to a jet pack.

[edit on 22-1-2010 by Gorman91]



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:05 PM
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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by andre18
 

Except for the minor detail of the Helmholtz Resonant Cavity being necessary to create the standing waves which enable the levitation.

This is not anti-gravity any more than an airplane is. The force of the sound is overpowering the force of gravity.


Confusing conflicting statement here Phage, you say this is not 'anti-gravity', yet you yourself go on to say that "The force of the sound is overpowering the force of gravity"..ahem.

The difference? If you please.

Either the sound is overpowering, or otherwise nullifying the force of gravity or it isn't. Which is it?

For others; Of course this IS anti-gravity, albeit in a limited sense.

JUST as the forces an aircraft create by design and performance IS a form of anti-gravity..as long as the aeroplane can supply fuel to it's engine(s), and the superstructure remains intact, then the 'non anti gravitational' aeroplane will continue to defy the force of gravity in perpetuity..just as this phenomena with
sound frequency does, providing the conditions necessary for the effect are applied.

Can we use this system as is to fly around...no, not yet, (afawk) but just because we cannot fly around like the Jettsons using it, does not diminish the fact that objects placed within this field ARE in fact, and OBVIOUSLY so, defying the force of gravity, by being levitated and not falling to the bottom.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:09 PM
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Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Somamech
 


No, anyone can answer that. Everyone talks about how the pyramids are so perfect geometrically and so indescribably epic and awesome that humans could not have possibly have built it.

The funny thing? They're forgetting some 150 years of pyramid development before those.

I'll do a brief run down of what I learned as an architect about Egypt. The first pyramid built was by Imhotep, known as zoser's pyramid(or the pyramid at Djoser). Imho was a chill dude, but he did not make something new out of thin air. He saw Arabs building mastabas, and Pharaoh Zoser wantes something mad cool for his burial. So Imhotep first thought to build a typical lavish mastaba. Than he decided to enlarge it. No reason why. And then for no other reason, he stacked it several times... and then several times more. And wala, the first pyramid was born. Of course you may be wondering how we know this? We scaned Zoser's pyramid and dated it. Within is a mastaba, the oldest section within the youngest section, the pyramid. But amazingly, there's another pyrimid in between dated between the two:




This was the first pyramid born. It did not have the angles of the giza pyramid, and it did not have anywhere near the same grand size. After that, for 150 yeats, Egyptians developed the design, which ended in the form of the Giza pyramids.

Egyptians had plenty of failures and plenty of wins along the way. The great Pharaoh Snefru is perhaps the greatest source of laughs. The guy had a love fest with pyramids. He built many, mostly awesome ones.

One if his greatest failures, the fail-pyramid of Meidum, imploded. Yes, that's right. The architect made the angles all wrong, and they went kaboom. All of Egypt laughed at this failure, but la la la la, life goes on




one reason for this was because they were dumb at brick laying. Most early pyramids had bricks like these:




This causes epic failure with pressure systems, as the bricks find their central source of pressure at the core. And once that goes, lol, bye bye pyramid.


Anywho, Snefru took his honor with him, and made more. One pyramid actually demonstrates learning from mistakes. This is known as the slanted pyramid




Snefru was all like "ah ha! building them like my last failure causes them to implode!"

Snefru finally got it mad cool and mad right with the red pyramid, or North pyramid. This had great angles, and not so big size. Thus the iteration process was complete, and what a pyramid should look like was now known. After that there as little if any experimentation.




Egyptians used the golden ratio to accurately form the shape pf the base, used water to level her out, and built Giza with internal ramps. The bricks were parallel to the earth, rather than slanted, and thus the great pyramids were born.







So next time someone tells you aliens built the pyramids, you tell them "if so, why didn't they get ti right the first time, and why did it take over a hundred years to get it right?!"

geez aliens, more than 100 years to get an angle right and learn about gravity? Are you sure you're more advanced than us?





LOL, but anyway, back on topic, this technology could theoretically be used to never worry about land mines again. And it would be kind of cool to have an audacitic flying suit, as opposed to a jet pack.

[edit on 22-1-2010 by Gorman91]


Hey thanks mate; I appreciate the time you put into that as this topic is very varied



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:10 PM
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Anti gravity, or the anti graviton, is an actual force that cancels out gravity's effects. This simply creates an opposite force pulling up due to vibration. The difference is that anti gravity shoots waves at gravity, this sound method shoots waves to counteract gravity. If anything that counteracts it is anti gravity, then a rocket is. You jumping is anti gravity.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:11 PM
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Good work Spikey!

I was wondering why the military came out all guns blazing on this thread



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:23 PM
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The quote you pasted into your reply does not have to show progression of pyramid design and construction - at all!

It is no more improbable that the 'bent' pyramid and all of the other structures, that are thought to be linear examples of the progression of knowledge in pyramid construction, are nothing more than replication attempts by people in awe of what they see already standing.

All could be nothing more than imitations of the 'real thing', that they were trying to copy...unsuccessfully.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:28 PM
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If the pyramid was there already, it would be kind of easy to copy and paste it.

Are you actually going to tell me that they couldn't copy paste accurately, but they could accurately use the golden ratio to make a perfect 4X 90 degree angled square?

This is as logical as stating a painter can know how to use a ruler but not draw a straight line, in that your logic fails.

There is no evidence for your case. Each pyramid is dated, adn written about, accurately, as a development stage.

And it was anything but linear. Snefru alone took a nonlinear method. He tried 3 different methods of pyramids design, and of those three, the red pyramid was most successful. Why would a man build 3 tombs for himself if not to decide which one was the best? The other two were abandoned.


Simply put, your comment fails went put to logic. Simply put, if aliens built the pyramids, they could at least have built them out of something better than brick that erodes. Simply put, if the Egyptians were copying something, they would do it right, or not at all. They only experimented to find better ways of doing it right, and then abandoned their failures. Simply put, you're wrong.

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posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by Somamech
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You can transmit electricity via acoustic means




indeed. An electric impulse goes to a speaker which goes to your ear, which goes to a transmitter, which sends an electrical signal to your brain!





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