posted on Dec, 30 2012 @ 09:47 PM
Originally posted by Bedlam
Pre-Maxwell, it was thought you needed an "aether" for electromagnetic fields to propagate, the way sound propagates in air.
It turns out you don't. EM waves are self-propagating. You don't need a medium for them to "wave" in, the way you need one with sound.
That, and any number of failed attempts to detect any sort of 'aether' resulted in it being discarded as a serious theory in the early 1900's.
However, considering most of you are using LCD screens, you ought to immediately understand that "aether" doesn't exist. Your LCD works.
When Tesla stepped into the picture many things changed, but suddenly during the end of his life time, and definitely after his death discussion
stopped, or was blocked by tptb. Let's face it, Tesla was definitely a genius, and proved it with about 1000 patents, some of which the public never
got to see. Why wasn't Tesla in our history books in school? He was famous and was known worldwide during his lifetime, but suddenly all most all
existence of him disappeared, don't you think that's strange?
Don't you think that the failed attempts to detect any sort of aether was the result of the test not being the right kind of test to detect an
aether? Is that not a possible answer?
I do like your input though. But... I'd like to see more input on stuff. Here's one for you.
If you look up "Neutrino Detectors" on the internet, you see these huge multi million dollar tanks in underground mines and deep in the oceans and
even under the Antarctic Ice.... and their supposed to detect neutrino's which supposedly cut through our bodies by the millions, if not billions per
second; yet these neutrino detectors barely detect any neutrinos. That is definitely a sign that their theory of how to build a detector to detect
neutrinos is incorrect. Its my theory that the same exists for their theory of how to build a detector to detect the aether.
Why do I say that? Well... during my tests, I set up my equipment a little over 4 miles from a nuclear power plant. Detection of the nuclear power
plant occurred, detection was of a massive ball of energy out to around 8 miles from the plant. From a little over 8 miles to the 13 mile marker the
nuclear power plant was detected as a band across the distance. During this testing, there were houses, businesses, trees and hills inbetween, yet
the detection system easily detected it. A nuclear power plant isn't supposed to be detectable through businesses, trees and hills for 13 miles.
So... what was it that the system was detecting, other than the difference in the aether compared to the nuclear power plant? Only neutrinos are
supposed to be able to go through businesses, trees, and hills like that, isn't that right? And... it wasn't regular radiation that a scintillator