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How To Make Hash Oil From Marijuana
4) extract acidified mixture w/ pet ether three times. evaporate off pet ether
to yield red honey oil!
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The hypothesis that momentum can exist in an electromagnetic field
or in the ether was first put forward by J. J. Thomson in 1893 and was
afterwards developed by Poincare and Abraham. It now forms part of the
generally accepted electromagnetic theory.
Originally posted by TheComte
Tesla's ether and petroleum ether are not the same thing.
If you don't know this, then I don't know what else to tell you.
And I am under the impression that Tesla's ether is not proven to exist. Is this correct?
[edit on 6-6-2010 by TheComte]
1)Most of that energy then, I believe, is not dissipated in the form of long ether waves,
2) little of the energy of the vibrations set up would be lost into space in the form of long ether radiations
3)Then, ether might be a true fluid, devoid of rigidity,
4) wrapped with cotton which was sprinkled with ether so as to keep the potash at a very low temperature
5)Such a medium surely must exist, and I am convinced that, for instance, even if air were absent, the surface and neighborhood of a body in space would be heated by rapidly alternating the potential of the body; but no such heating of the surface or neighborhood could occur if all free atoms were removed and only a homogeneous, incompressible, and elastic fluid—such as ether is supposed to be—would remain, for then there would be no impacts, no collisions. In such a case, as far as the body itself is concerned, only frictional losses in the inside could occur.
My wireless transmitter does not use Hertzian waves, which are a grievous myth, but sound waves in the aether..." (Nikola Tesla)
Tesla Inventions / Pictures & Descriptions
A U.S. Navy shipboard transmitter manufactured by the Lowenstein Radio Company, licensed under 6 of Nikola Tesla's patents. This five kilowatt set, capable of 1,500-mile transmission, was used during WW1.