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I think squandered might have meant to say all-encompassing?
Originally posted by -PLB-
Your point that there are probably places with different laws of physics is just silly. In no way does that invalidate our understanding of physics we have on earth right now. These laws will always be correct within their boundaries. No physicist has ever claimed a theory is "all encumbering", nor have I. That does not make our current theories wrong, just incomplete, meaning we should keep looking.
Just like you have your non-mainstream sources claiming modern cranes can't lift more than 200 Tons, I also have my non-mainstream sources. Since discussion of 9/11 should really take place in the 9/11 forum, I don't want to get into a discussion of that here, but I will give you a sneak peek at a picture I got from a non-mainstream source:
Originally posted by Mary Rose
reply to post by Arbitrageur
Your post reminds me of the official, "scientific" story of how the towers fell on 9-11.
Originally posted by Mary Rose
"Russell P Blake Endoresements and Papers"
Reading this document I see that Blake uses the term "decimal parity." He says the decimal parity digit of 2048 is 5.
So, if you substitute an equal sign for the word "is," then 2048 = 5.
interesting to ponder how this new field may interact with torus dynamics and Rodin-esque research...
Summarizing we may infer that the inerton field, a new physical field, which as fundamental as the electromagnetic one may well have been known by the architects of the Great Pyramid. They built the Great Pyramid as the House that was saturated with inerton waves.
Volodymyr Krasnoholovets, manager of the project, Dr., senior scientist, graduated as a theoretical physicist from the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University..
Cathedra of Theorertical Physics,
the Faculty of Physics at Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, Kyiv, Ukraine (1974-1979).
1981 up till now a collaborator of the Department of Theoretical Physics at the Institute of Physics, Natl. Acad. Sci., Kyiv
1979-1981 an engineer researcher at the Department of Superconductivity of The Institute of Metal Physics, Natl. Acad. Sci., Kyiv
2001 Vice Editor of the journal Spacetime & Substance
2001 an Advisory Board Member of The Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association
2003 Full Professor of Physics of the Institute for Basic Research
2005 an Advisory Board Member of the journal Scientific Inquiry
2005 a Consulting Fellow of The World Innovation Foundation
Ph.D. (solid state physics):
"On the Mechanism of Proton Conductivity Along a Quasi-isolated Molecular Chain of Hydrogen Bonds" (1987)
Olexander Strokach, Dr., senior scientist, vice-head of the department, and Mykola Morozovsky, Dr., senior scientist, for about 25 years have been working in the Department of Receivers of Radiation at the Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Dr. Strokach graduated as a theoretical physicist from the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University.
Valery Byckov, Dr., research scientist of the Department of Physical Electronics, Institute of Physics.
Yuri Bogdanov graduated as a cybernetics, PhD in technical sciences. He is a Corresponding Member of the International Academy of Energy-Information Sciences.
Olexander Sokolov, senior scientist from the same Institute of TTR. He is a remarkable specialist in the measuring and diagnostics of surface geometry of a territory and the analysis of results with software applying.
Oleh Kramarenko, major geologist from the firm "Ukrainian Energobuilding," Kharkiv. He was the first who introduced new equipment of the series ''Tesey" for diagnostics of bowels of the Earth in Ukraine.
The partner of Dr. Bogdanov, sheikh Junaid Mohammad Khoory from Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, is also gone into the team, which one who is a specialist in the utilizing know-how of variation of the structural performances of matter at the availability of energetic shapes of a type a pyramid.
It is plausible to assume that antigravitational machines once were used on the Earth. Namely, they were employed by builders of pyramids in ancient Egypt. Moreover, it seems that the method used by the ancients was rediscovered and then successfully applied to the construction of Coral Castle in Florida by Edward Leedskalnin who claimed “I know the secret of how the pyramids of Egypt were built!” For more information I refer the reader to the very serious book The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Bear & Company Publishing, Santa Fe, 1998) by Christopher Dunn.
One entry found for plausible.
Main Entry: plau·si·ble
Etymology: from Latin plausibilis "deserving applause, pleasing," from plausus, past participle of plaudere "to clap" --related to APPLAUD, EXPLODE, PLAUDIT
1 : seemingly fair, reasonable, or valuable but often not so
2 : appearing worthy of belief
Word History: A plausible explanation is one that sounds as if it could be true. Such an explanation is not usually greeted with applause, but the origin of plausible suggests that it might be. Plausible comes from the Latin word plausibilis, meaning "worthy of applause." The first use of plausible in English was to describe a person or thing that deserved special praise. That use is now obsolete. To call something plausible now is to praise it only slightly, if at all.
Actually I posted a photograph of the "antigravity machine" he used to make Coral Castle, but it doesn't appear to have any magnets.
Originally posted by tpaine1809
reply to post by -PLB-
What more evidence do you need mr skeptic? The Florida man Edward Leedskalnin at 5 foot nothing 120 pounds built coral castle using modern machinery..... yeah makes perfect sense. He worked with magnets there is your evidence now use your brain and you can figure out the basis behind how it was done. Stop being a skeptic.