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David LaPoint's Theory of the Structure of All Matter

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posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 08:05 AM
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reply to post by Mary Rose
 


Thanks, i do lean towards the notion that gravity acts instantaneously




posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 08:17 AM
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Originally posted by MamaJ

"One of the most fundamental questions raised by recent advance in science is how to reconcile the two contradictory views of matter and wave. It is one of those fundamental difficulties, which once formulated, must lead, in the long run, to scientific progress. Physics has tried to solve this problem. The future must decide whether the solution suggested by modern physics is enduring or temporary

In simplistic terms and for understanding purposes
matter is the instantaneous value whereas a wave is not



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 09:41 AM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
I,ve asked him wt is his defn of gravity.


Another book I've read challenging the mainstream is The Quantum Key, an e-book by Aaron C. Marakami, published in 2009 by White Dragon Press.

He is another proponent of an aether.

In his chapter on gravity, he states:


. . . Current ideas about gravity include theoretical gravitons that are elementary particles involved with the force of gravity. In my opinion, they do not exist.

Gravity is an effect of Aether and mass interaction and is not a particle or a thing. Science has a tendency to name every little effect in nature as a thing instead of recognizing the causes of the effects.

Another example of this is the concept of so-called gravitational waves. They also do not exist, in my opinion, and are not actual waves leaving a mass as described by science. . . .


edit on 02/02/13 by Mary Rose because: Typo



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 11:55 AM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem
, and anti-gravity has not been found.


That assertion is not entirely true, unless you are blind to visible proof



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 11:58 AM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection

Originally posted by buddhasystem
, and anti-gravity has not been found.


That assertion is not entirely true, unless you are blind to visible proof


Whatcha got?
edit on 2-2-2013 by DenyObfuscation because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 02:10 PM
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Originally posted by DenyObfuscation

Whatcha got?


Lol, nice avatar. But You may chk out the
links in my signature



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection

Originally posted by DenyObfuscation

Whatcha got?


Lol, nice avatar. But You may chk out the
links in my signature



I can see that you claim to have synthesized anti-gravity in your garage:


Hi Folks,Just as an announcement and historical record, I have synthesized Anti Gravity, withmy garage based prototype of my Patent & Copyright Pending invention on PowerGeneration, thru zero point energy. This stage of Project ended on 10th March 2010.The weight reductions noted were as followsAfter 60 mins of running Weight decrease = 140 Grams90 mins Weight Decrease = 300 Grams120 mins Weight Decrease = 500 Grams.These results were replicated 3 times.All above info is a part of My International Copyright Registered Technical Paper


Three years down the road, you would seem someone would take interest in this device which has an enormous commercial potential. So if it works, I assume you are posting here on ATS while basking in the sun, on your private Greek island, from the patio of a magnificent white marble 54 room castle overlooking azure waters.

Wait, let me check the pictures:


So you are still in the garage... And the anti-gravity machine is made of plywood and a couple of incandescent light blubs. Remarkable!
edit on 2-2-2013 by buddhasystem because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 02:39 PM
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My question was about your claim of visible proof of anti-gravity. You refer me to your thread, I read the OP. What's your point? Did you levitate a tomato by injecting it with mercury? What are you getting at?

If you don't mind, a direct link to "visible proof" please.



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 03:19 PM
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Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
reply to post by Angelic Resurrection
 


My question was about your claim of visible proof of anti-gravity. You refer me to your thread, I read the OP. What's your point? Did you levitate a tomato by injecting it with mercury? What are you getting at?

If you don't mind, a direct link to "visible proof" please.


there are 2 links there, chk the other one.
you will see visible proof of timr dilation which implies anti gravity



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 05:12 PM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection

Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
reply to post by Angelic Resurrection
 


My question was about your claim of visible proof of anti-gravity. You refer me to your thread, I read the OP. What's your point? Did you levitate a tomato by injecting it with mercury? What are you getting at?

If you don't mind, a direct link to "visible proof" please.


there are 2 links there, chk the other one.
you will see visible proof of timr dilation which implies anti gravity


This is what I find:


TIME DILATION RENDERS ORDINARY PIECE OF MILD STEELTO BECOME HARDER ( HARDNESS 160 ), NON MAGNETIC,INERT TO RUSTING AND INDICATES SUPER CONDUCTIVITYAT ALL AMBIENT TEMPERATURES( THE WORLD’S FIRST ALL TEMP SUPER CONDUCTOR )NEXT 2 PHOTOS SHOW TESTS FOR SUPER CONDUCTIVITY


In what way time dilation can affect the propertied of steel? More to the point, can you stage a simple experiment whereby an actual watch or a spectroscopic device (if more precision is needed) demonstrates the time dilation?

On same page, you present a photograph and say that it demonstrates extra spatial dimensions. In what way?


sample Water changes PH value, tastes funny and causes bone pain and musclecatches


That sounds dangerous.


y technology is now more or less ready for deployment, but am not entirely certainif Mankind is ready for such a technological leap, for the likes of Electric Rockets,Starships, Flying Cars Etc


Can you please levitate a tomato and post the video on YouTube? I mean I like starships as much as the next guy... But can we start small? So that Mankind has time to adjust, you know... I agree if you descend on Manhattan in an Electric Rocket, this will scare living hell our of residents. So proceed with caution. And lay off that time-dilated water. I suspect it may dilate your intestines.



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 12:08 AM
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Lol you are hilarious. BTW remove those photos as they are under copyright.
Chk again time dilation is proven qualitatively by slowing down of genetic clock of
organic substances as shown. For quantitative, either beta decay or spectroscopic
device may be used.
Properties of steel change and the extra spatial dimensions, however this is the begining
of a completely new era in physics and chem,
which i do not wish to further elaborate on or make public just yet.
Yes levitation, i may attempt in the future, but with extreme caution.



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 07:06 AM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
I have yet another thread, "What Is Light?" Chapter Five of his book is on gravity.


Chapter Six of his book is "Field." He has his own theory on why magnets attact and repel.

And he objects to the term "field." I wonder what LaPoint would say about this:


The definition of the word field has been around since the days of Faraday, and today magnetic, electric, and gravitational fields have become common currency in ‘scientific’ discussions. But what is a field? Is a field a physical object? Can it move particles around and accelerate them as alleged? Is a field a medium that charged particles cross? A deeper analysis shows that the magical word field is and has always been an abstract concept that the mathematicians routinely pass off as a physical object. The word field is a crutch, a joker in a game of rummy. It enables the prosecutor to prove any theory. The malleable field of Mathematics should be removed from the dictionary of science. It belongs in religion.

Magnets have been a source of mystery since loadstone was discovered in antiquity. Here we have a simple piece of metal in our hands and it attracts another piece of metal as if by magic. The mathematicians send rockets to the Moon and celebrate New Year’s with atom bombs, yet they cannot explain how a simple magnet works. Obviously, there is an unbridgeable gap between technology and theoretical physics. Where our mathematicians fall short is in the latter. There are almost no natural phenomena of any importance that the contemporary ‘scientists’ can explain. The mathematicians live in a modern version of the Dark Ages. Here I show how the rope hypothesis explains magnetic attraction and repulsion and, hopefully, this ushers the mathematicians into the civilized world.


Gaede's hypothesis is that there are "EM ropes" permanently connecting every atom in the universe. One strand of the rope is electric and the other is magnetic.

The main points that are thoroughly discussed in the chapter "Field":


Main Points

1. A field is not a physical object. The word field is not a proper subject matter of science. When used as a physical object – which is always – the word field belongs exclusively to religion.

2. Electricity does not consist of moving charges or electrons beads. An electric current is better described as a drill bit twirling in place.

3. Magnets do not generate attraction and repulsion by throwing particle showers collectively called ‘field’ at each other as proposed by Quantum Mechanics. The infamous, invisible magnetic field of Quantum consists of countless, swinging EM ropes.

4. EM ropes generate attraction and repulsion via a skip-rope (or paddle-wheel) mechanism.

5. Electrical components such as resistors and capacitors function not because particles run through the circuit, but because threads swing around ordered atoms comprising the devices.


I'm wondering whether both Gaede and LaPoint are offering accurate models. Could Gaede's countless swinging EM ropes be the bowl-shaped magnetic "fields"?

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posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 09:07 AM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
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Lol you are hilarious. BTW remove those photos as they are under copyright.
Chk again time dilation is proven qualitatively by slowing down of genetic clock of
organic substances as shown.


You show a wilted zucchini as a proof of time dilation? Who's hilarious now... A simple digital watch would do, one typically doesn't have to keep a vegetable garden to serve as a time piece... I mean, the water clock was already in existence 4000BC.


For quantitative, either beta decay or spectroscopic device may be used.


Oh, if the effect is as large as to be noticed by the tomato ripening rate, any sort of clock or watch will definitely do, you don't need beta decay if you have zucchini decay.


Yes levitation, i may attempt in the future, but with extreme caution.


Oh, so you can't levitate a tomato after all. Why am I not surprised.



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 10:05 AM
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Lol. Do you not realise that the levitating tomato will start flying in a westerly direction at
approx 1000 mph and the wind force will just crush it, i.e if at all it does not warp out of this reality



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 10:08 AM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
reply to post by buddhasystem
 


Lol. Do you not realise that the levitating tomato will start flying in a westerly direction at
approx 1000 mph and the wind force will just crush it, i.e if at all it does not warp out of this reality


Cool, now roll video.



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 11:11 AM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
reply to post by buddhasystem
 


Lol. Do you not realise that the levitating tomato will start flying in a westerly direction at
approx 1000 mph and the wind force will just crush it, i.e if at all it does not warp out of this reality


This is great! How did you arrive to a 1000 mph number, pray tell?

In the unfortunate event that the tomato is destroyed by aerodynamic stress, I promise I'll reimburse you for the purchase of said tomato. And if you are afraid of projectiles, a slab of concrete will still easily stop a tomato at this speed, so the experiment is entirely doable for a garage-based handyman like you. Seriously, make a video already. Either that, or stop posting pompous nonsense.



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 12:57 PM
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If you want to call it handyman nonsense, why should i engage in discussion with you.
Get off your high horse and stop insulting people you know nothing about.. Not to mention, i dont think
you have the foggist idea how much destructive energy is in space occupied by a tomato, let alone
some larger volume. So best dropping the subject is safer for you .



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 02:16 PM
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You're comments are becoming even more ridiculous. You claimed visible proof of anti-gravity and you have none.



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 02:27 PM
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Do you actually converse with DAvid LaPoint? I feel like I saw you said you message some of these people whose theories you speak about... Im wondering if you could ever message anyone with the strongest theory and knowledge, and ask if they can make an account here, if only for a day or two, set up a thread.. and have all the brilliant science minds of ats chat with him. Do you think this would be possible? I understand he may be the most busy man in the world, but if you have so much faith in him, and he has faith in himself, surely this would be the best way to get these members to stop harassing you and your threads...



posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 03:04 PM
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Members will never stop harassing. They enjoy themselves doing it too much. It's an ego trip.

I do send a lot of emails to people asking questions if I have their email address. With LaPoint I have been using the public Facebook page to ask questions.

I doubt seriously that LaPoint would want to spend the time that would be necessary deflecting the attacks that would be hurled against him should he be a member here. This is a hostile place.





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