Originally posted by roadtoad
Well, mr. x, you didn't pay attention.
The file mentioned the 'reverse piezoelectric effect', not the 'piezoelectric effect'.
You're barking up the wrong tree.
Are you being deliberately obtuse, or do you just know nothing about piezoelectrics?
The two are the same effect
. The norm is applying pressure to certain materials to make electricity. The reverse is applying electricity to
certain materials to produce pressure. Tectonic plates do not contain enough of the proper materials to create a piezoelectric effect or
Also, you obviously didn't even read down to the weather control part.
I read it. Bad science is bad science any way you cut it.
Obviously you work on the 'cult of the personality', and have decided Beardon is an idiot. Getting you to follow his explinations will
probably be next to impossible
And you believe him because....? Judging from your lack of understanding of something as relatively simple as piezoelectrics, I have serious doubts
that you can fathom the rest of his "work", let alone follow his "explanations".
You might try something completely different, like actual observation, for example.
You can tell when scalar transmitters are transmitting. You look at the heavens, and when you see the 'cloud chevrons' , (my term) for example,
you'll see a non-natural pattern like: ////////// The transmitter is 90 degrees to the line up. There are several other classical
That's as ridiculous as claiming to be able to visually tell the difference between contrails and "chemtrails".
Please show meteorological evidence to show this. From real experts, not some nut job claiming to have a "unified thoery" to cover anything.
So, before I mention those, I'll see what you do with this knowledge.
I'll throw it right out until you can show some rational reason to believe it.
Usually, in weather control, this will be an attempt to produce a barometric high in the affected area.
transmitters from other sites will try to cancel that wave, sometimes. Again, you can trace the direction.
Ok, if you say so...
Another famous physcist explains scalar waves,
If he's famous, why is it that the only info I can find on him is on his own site?
You know, the one with the picture of Bush in a Bin Laden beard? Yeah, that smacks of real science to me...