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Originally posted by squandered
reply to post by aoi3610
They wouldn't plat your can. I actually thought tin was an alloy...
Machining aluminium would be expensive if you know how to wield a hammer. (Lathes can't cope with anything thin)
I thought you were constructing the outer shell with tin and plating it
= the 24k surface being the issue, per reflectivity.
I don't think I understand this process.
My understanding is that the inner core is surrounded by sand
(you shouldn't use beach sand, as you won't understand the chemical reaction from the trace chemicals, me thinks)... the elements into the core fuse creating other elements in a reaction leading to gold.
Thus, I picture the pyramid being covered with gold leaf / the dome covered with leaf.
You can forge a shell with gold leaf.
Maybe you need an ounce (and a set of rollers AND 3-5 years of tuition, plus the ability to melt and pour metal), but it's something I could in an hour if I have something to wrap it around... a silversmith will find it one of the easier tasks he / she managed that day.
Hmmm, don't see how the outer surface would be incorporated.
Tin isn't an easy choice.
How is it used in the reaction?
Posted on January 13, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
January 12, 2011 – There is massive tearing on the solar surface in the latest pictures of the solar corona transmitted by SOHO. May we be the first to say that what we’re looking at is altogether strange and a little bizarre. A larger resolution picture is not currently available on the Space Weather website. No need to formulate any theories…we’re just saying in all our years of pouring over coronal holes- this latest snapshot of the Sun is the oddest. The magnetosphere underwent a dramatic twist last night in the onslaught of a high density solar wind stream but that’s not what caught our attention. Instead, it is the pattern of another plate obstruction involving the Australian and Pacific plates.
We see a heavy tremor followed by a large shaking which registered on most seismometers across the globe. The intensity was strongest in this Pacific region so we see more trouble to come in this part of the world. A deep and powerful 6.5 quake struck the Bonin Islands of Japan at a depth of 520.4 km and that perhaps best summarizes some of the massive tectonic stress movement of plates over the last 45 days.
A solar wind stream flowing from the indicated coronal hole should reach Earth on or about Jan. 14th. Credit: SDO/AIA.
Originally posted by watchitburn
Another question AOI, did you tamp the earth down into the can to make it tight, or did you just pour it in?
And can you elaborate on the dashes between the solid lines on this can
Originally posted by thinkerbel
reply to post by aoi3610
odd informations, if you said you get all these from Egypt then why are you using "I"..? i cant believe that would happen at least not all of it. but thats a good starting point of another voyage of research huh..?!
Originally posted by CheekyRob
I just wanted to make a comment and say I really like your post and topic. I have read through all 50 pages and have found it highly interesting.
Did anyone ever make a device like yours, did they test for the radiation? I thought I read someone else was going to give it a go.
I was watching a documentary about Denver Airport preparing for 2012 as NASA scientists predict a massive solar flare will be emitted, It kinda reminded me about what you said about Neutron stars.
Have you done anymore with your device? I would love to know more, it sounds really interesting.
I know what you mean with the Cash for Gold ads, They are everywhere here in the UK. To make your device is it really important that it has to be 24K gold?
I also wanted to tell you that there have been more bird deaths, this time in Canada
AURORA WATCH: This week, auroras around the Arctic Circle have been so bright, even clouds and glaring moonlight could not spoil the show. Frank Olsen sends this picture, taken on Jan. 12th, from Skittenelv, Norway: