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posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:00 PM
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Originally posted by unknown32
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Some day in the near future im going to the pyramids and im going to try that and see if I can communicate with another being from a star system. I also want to try that experiment in the first video ware you go to the very top of the pyramid and take a ball with a wet cloth wrapped around it to see the sparks. It would be interesting and fun. Thanks thoe for the idea!


Good luck with that. You MUST get permission from whoever is in charge of the pyramids to climb them.

Seriously, those stones are huge and people have been injured trying to climb them to get to the top.
It's also steeper than it looks. Once you start climbing it will become clear how challenging and dangerous this is. You better be in good physical shape too.




posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:09 PM
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Originally posted by BulletShogun

Originally posted by LightAssassin
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There were reports of them in Russia. Literal pyramid UFO's.

I've read so many different explanations BUT I personally think they're landing zones with a secondary function of power source/recharge. The landing zones would then explain why they appear all over the planet, in cultures who never knew of the Giza pyramids.
I looked at photos of those. all it was was a photo of the triangle shaped space ship from star wars with a filter ran through it.


Way back in 1994 or thereabouts, there was a movie "Stargate" that featured a pyramid-shaped space vehicle.
I just assumed the movie had an imaginative art director. A pyramid-shaped UFO doesn't seem aeronautically sound, but what do I know. In any case, I (outside of the movie) have never heard of a pyramid-shaped UFO.



posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:18 PM
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Originally posted by Soupornuts
reply to post by eriktheawful
 


Right, but aren't holocrystalline rocks basically able to act similar to semiconductors ?

They'd have normal skin effect, no ?

In a conductor, skin depth varies as the inverse square root of the conductivity, iirc,

No ?

For granite, that would follow Archie's law ?

Forgive me if I'm lost, I just have a lot of questions.
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Semi-conductors are generally made from Silicon and Germanium (most common being silicon). Both of these materials are refined and then doped, and fused together to form a valence bond. The valence bond makes an area in which the semi-conductor will not conduct electricity, unless baisd with the correct voltage. A very simple version of a semi-conductor would be a plain old diode, with acts to allow current to pass in one direction only in a DC circuit, and to act as a "clipper" or "rectifier" in a AC circuit. A good analog of a diode would be like a Check Valve used in plumbing that allows water to flow only one direction.

In electricity you have Conductors, Insulators and Semi-Conductors. Conductors will allow current flow all the time, Insulators are very, very resistive to current flow, and semi-conductors will conduct IF they are biased correctly.
Conductors that are normally used are metals, specifically metals that have a lot of what we call "Free Electrons". Basically put: Free Electrons are electrons who's orbits around a nucleus are easy to break with a force that allows them to move on to other nucleus (IE current flow or electron flow). Very little force (normally called Electromotive Force) is required to get the electrons to flow. Insulators have very little or no free electrons and it takes a very, very large force to get their electrons to move.
Metals such as Gold, Silver, Copper, etc, have a lot of free electrons and make very good conductors. Rubber, Plastic, Glass have very little to no free electrons and make very good insulators (however, if the force is large enough, you can get anything to conduct. But, you'll end up damaging that material in the process: IE burnt holes, etc.

Granite is made up of the following:
SiO2 — 72.04% (silica)
Al2O3 — 14.42% (alumina)
K2O — 4.12%
Na2O — 3.69%
CaO — 1.82%
FeO — 1.68%
Fe2O3 — 1.22%
MgO — 0.71%
TiO2 — 0.30%
P2O5 — 0.12%
MnO — 0.05%

The silica oxide at the top, can be used as a semi-conductor, but again, in order for it to work correctly, requires refinement. Sitting in a rock, it's not organized nor refined.
Alumina is actually a insulator when it comes to electricity (but will conduct thermal energy, heat, very well).
There are other conductive materials in granite, such as the iron oxide, but in very, very small amounts, and does not help with conductivity.
So granite itself is more likely to act like a very large resistor, and not a conductor, resisting the flow of current.

You can try this your self. Get a chunk of granite, a lamp, and a long extension cord. Cut the cord open to expose the 3 conductors in it (should be green, white and black). The green is ground, and white is neutral. Black is the "HOT" wire. cut it and splice it back. Use electrical tape and tape the bare hot wire on either side of the granite rock. Plug in your cord and then turn on the lamp and see what happens. Nothing pretty much. You'll be lucky to get a faint glow, but I'd want to see that on video.
DO NOT GRAB THE BARE WIRES OR ROCK WHILE PLUGGED IN! While granite is a lousy conductor with high resistance, YOU on the other hand will make a better conductor and path to ground, and you could get shocked.

So I'm sorry, if the ancients were so well versed in electricity (and I think the Baghdad Battery says they knew something), then they would know that granite would be a horrible conductor of electricity, but metal on the other hand is quite good.

Here is a tid-bit though: granite DOES have quartz in it. Quartz is not a very good conductor either, BUT, it does doe some neat things: if you apply voltage to it, it will "vibrate" at a certain frequency depending upon how it was cut, and it's thickness. The flip side is true: if you vibrate the quartz, it will generate an AC signal, very week and small, but it will.
However, it's much better to do this with actual quartz and not quartz embeded in other rock.

Hey, I saw an episode of Ancient Aliens where they talked about the pyramids being used for power generation too, but the idea involved gasses, and not having the granite conducting electricity. Was quite thought provoking. So I'm not trying to debunk who or what built the pyramids, just the idea of using granite to conduct electricity.

I'm MUCH more impressed with the monolithic structures down in South America, and how they were cut with such precision.



posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:21 PM
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Interesting, why would you doubt accredited work with no knowledge in the subjects ?

The article was written by

" Dr.sci. Sam Semir Osmanagich
Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
Professor of Anthropology at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina "

The cement on the pyramid was analyzed in scientific institutions in Bosnia, Italy and France.

" Energy screening shows that the ionization level is 43 times higher than the average concentration outside which makes the underground chambers into “healing rooms”.

Further electromagnetic detection in 2011 confirmed that levels of negative radiation through the Hartman, Curry and Schneider grids are equal to zero in the tunnels. There was no technical radiation (from power lines and/or other technology) found in the tunnels and no cosmic radioactivity. "

Just out of curiosity, Did you even read the article ?

As for your question about my inquiry as to the extent of your knowledge about the holocrystalline rocks:

Are you familiar with electrodynamics, magnetotellurics, or petrology ?

If you aren't , than I won't bother to explain it to you, sorry.

I hope you have a pleasant night night friend.










posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:22 PM
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11,500 a year.

319 a day.

13 bricks an hour.

.25 a minute.




This is assuming you place one brick with one team on one belt.


It is possible.



posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:26 PM
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Interesting, why would you doubt accredited work with no knowledge in the subjects ?


Didn't say I had no knowledge, I said I don't know enough to speak intelligently


Once you start mixing electricity with "healing" you've jumped off the credibility stage. You've gone into stupid or funny.


Now I don't doubt you could do this. But if you make these claims before we definitely know anything, then you are speaking out of your but.

Real science gets done by repeated tests by multiple sources. Not a couple of tourist eager liars.

Pyramids don't generate energy, nor do they do anything with ionization that can be called "beneficial". Rocks don't do that. Complex systems with high order ad specificity do.



posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:28 PM
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Yeah, seen all that before, thank you friend.

I'm going to have to dig through some papers, because diabase rocks have some very interesting phenomenon in the lattice interactions during certain conditions.

www.mendeley.com...

For sure there's some interesting things going on, I've read a great deal.

Lucky for me, I live near the NCDC building, they've also got very interesting data

Thank you for that post !




posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:31 PM
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I see, I tend to believe accredited professors over anonymous " debunkers " on conspiracy forums.


You can't debate or disprove the work, can you ?

Or the test results of the cement from 3 different countries ?

Can you ?


Lol,..I'll leave you to your " debunking "



posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 11:34 PM
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I never saw that " ancient aliens " stuff, but ionic propulsion is something I do know a bit about. I would be doubtful that the Coanda effect would have been in use there, at least in the shafts. But hey, ya never know.


piramidasunca.ba...

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posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 12:07 AM
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Can't debate what I don't know.

See I tend to use common sense to know if someone is speaking out of their arse or not.


Crystals don't generate electricity and heal people. Yet.



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 04:35 AM
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I am a risk taker/dare devil. I will try and get permission. If im denied I will have to do this experiment late in the night or talk to the security guard/guard's and inform him/her of the situation and how important it is. Or ill ask my galactic family for help on this. Once I get my results, I will share them with ATS and the world. I am here to awaken those who are willing to be and to make this a better wold for when I pass to the other side. Either way im here to make a positive change in earth and the things that exist on it.



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 04:42 AM
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Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Soupornuts
 


Can't debate what I don't know.

See I tend to use common sense to know if someone is speaking out of their arse or not.


Crystals don't generate electricity and heal people. Yet.


Quorts crystals are highly used in healing/energy transfer. We are all energy.

www.wehug.com... g.html

www.neatstuff.net...

en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 04:46 AM
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I hope you find all my post as loving and learning as i do! Im always willing to learn an find the real truths. Nothing negative please as it makes me work harder, lol



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 05:04 AM
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Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Soupornuts
 


Can't debate what I don't know.

See I tend to use common sense to know if someone is speaking out of their arse or not.


Crystals don't generate electricity and heal people. Yet.


Actually, crystals can generate electricity. It's called the piezoelectricity effect.

en.wikipedia.org...

Crystal oscillators are very common in electronics for generating frequencies:

en.wikipedia.org...

Not a HUGE generation of electricity, and the frequency is limited (below 100 Mhz), but that is very real.

As far as having "healing" properties......that is not my area of knowledge.



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 05:22 AM
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Originally posted by old_god

Originally posted by dannotz
Maybe the pyramid builders were just very advanced themselves.

I mean, i can get the Ancient alien theory, but i don't think you're giving ancient civilizations enough credit.

Civilizations, that have been destroyed, could have reached a much further understanding of the world around them than we have. It's easier for my mind to think that these people had the smarts and the tech. to do the deed themselves. Outside help though, is possible. I just don't think it's more probable.


Exactly, thanks for posting what I was thinking.


You're very welcome OG


Didn't they tell you? I'm psychic!



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 05:23 AM
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Originally posted by schadenfreude
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If you're suggesting that the pyramids were formed from loose limestone and then hardened, like in the second video, wouldn't this process crush the fossils that are said to reside in the stones in the first place?

Hence, doesn't this video disprove itself by not explaining how the fossils have remained intact?

Just asking.


Yes, I'm suggesting that.
In the 2nd video (@ 0:39) they say, that the limestone is "so loosely bound, it doesn't require crushing".

And the guy seems to knows, what he's talking about:

  • International renown French Scientist, born in 1935, working in France, Europe, USA, Australia and China.
  • Honored with one of France’s two highest honors, the grade of ” Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite ” (Nov. 1998).
  • Discoverer and inventor of the geopolymer chemistry and its technical applications.
  • Author and co-author of more than 130 scientifical papers and conferences, and more than 50 patents.

Source



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 05:51 AM
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Originally posted by grobi77

Originally posted by schadenfreude
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If you're suggesting that the pyramids were formed from loose limestone and then hardened, like in the second video, wouldn't this process crush the fossils that are said to reside in the stones in the first place?

Hence, doesn't this video disprove itself by not explaining how the fossils have remained intact?

Just asking.


Yes, I'm suggesting that in the 2nd video (@ 0:39) they say, that the limestone is "so loosely bound, it doesn't require crushing, but helping:

And the guy seems to knows, what he's talking about: Im glad we have people working on the details ton

  • International renown French Scientist, born in 1935, working in France, Europe, USA, Australia and China.
  • Honored with one of France’s two highest honors, the grade of ” Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite ” (Nov. 1998).
  • Discoverer and inventor of the geopolymer chemistry and its technical applications.
  • Author and co-author of more than 130 scientifical papers and conferences, and more than 50 patents.

Source

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I like the evidence and research you put in your knowledge. Keep up the good work




posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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Originally posted by thegagefather
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Show all the hiroglyhs and pictographs that you want.

It's fairly common knowledge that not a single chisel has been found dating to the time the great pyramid was built. (Previous to 2000 BC)

Either you simply refuse to read the posts that show you are wrong, or you enjoy making up your own incorrect "facts" (IOW - lies.)

I linked you to a site that has pics of actual Old Kingdom chisels (found by Petrie.)
Here's my post:
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Can I assume you'll actually check it out? Or will you stick your fingers in your ears and scream LA LA LA LA?

Either educate yourself, or continue displaying your self-imposed ignorance.

Harte



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 07:22 AM
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Originally posted by eriktheawful
:waves hands:

Hello?

the: "no soot or burn marks on the walls, or ceilings, there for they must have had electric lights."


You should also point out that no lights were needed in pyramid construction.

After all, the top was wide open to the sky when they were building it.

Harte



posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 08:15 AM
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I love how the wikipedia article says "NO PEER REVIEWS"


Wow. SO Accredited


Sounds like mystic bs to me. Yea we're all energy. Energy within compression of matter and sub particles. And guess what. These things are smaller in wavelength than crystals. You'd need a sub particle to deal with energy of the body.

Let me just remind you of the basic science stuff.

www.newgrounds.com...

I mean, it doesn't surprise me that you're attempting to shift the conversation into increasingly hypothetical mystic bull because you had no proofs to your earlier points.


Once again.

Don't talk about things you don't have the slightest clue about.
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