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The Ground Breaking Mathematics That Proves Free Energy Is Possible Has Been Discovered

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posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 10:22 PM
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The page itself had well over 25k hits. Why?

Validity based on internet hits.
Cool.




posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 10:26 PM
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Arbitrageur

Americanist
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The number 9 and zero are focal points. If you had half the insight and intelligence of Tesla, the rest would work itself out in your head.
Not everyone can have the genius of Tesla. Are you saying you can work it out in your head? And if so what is the mass and the other properties 9?

For the rest of us who can't work out the mass of the number 9 in our heads, ideas are communicated in understandable words and concepts. Even Tesla was able to dumb down his genius ideas about AC electricity etc enough to express them in patents, in words we could understand, with defined meanings.


Hardly, Tesla's claims were ridiculed and even worse... He was made out to be a fraud and monster by the very peers that appeared to support him.

Try all you want to shade the facts, but they still remain... We only know a fraction of what Tesla proposed. And what he did conjure up, often came from dream states. So much for being prone to fantasy right? Tesla being one example. Have you been introduced to Walter Russell's research lately?



posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 10:27 PM
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Phage
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The page itself had well over 25k hits. Why?

Validity based on internet hits.
Cool.



Seems to work for ATS.



posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 10:29 PM
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Not really. But it does seem to pay their bills. And then some.



posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 10:34 PM
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Phage
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Not really. But it does seem to pay their bills. And then some.


I see. The latter bringing fine people together as in this case.



posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 10:41 PM
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posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 02:14 PM
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ChaoticOrder

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Gosh.

What could it possibly mean?

Lol I don't know, why don't you tell me? Is there a mathematical reason for why that should happen?

EDIT: makes me wonder what would happen if one were to assign the numbers 1-9 a color value and then draw out a prime spiral by reducing the numbers and coloring the pixels by their color values...
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Been there done that...it doesn't really "paint" any pictures if that is what your expecting.

However in regards to primes I will say that there are some interesting fun patterns in prime quadruplets.

Another thread I'd like to make but am hesitant to because I don't wan't to be bashed off the planet by some members for potentially implying anything amazing or out of the normal...



posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 02:16 PM
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Another thread I'd like to make but am hesitant to because I don't wan't to be bashed off the planet by some members for potentially implying anything amazing or out of the normal...

Mathematical oddities are fun. Placing significance on them or claiming that they will end all the world's suffering is another matter.
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posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 02:26 PM
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Phage
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Another thread I'd like to make but am hesitant to because I don't wan't to be bashed off the planet by some members for potentially implying anything amazing or out of the normal...

Mathematical oddities are fun. Placing significance on them or claiming that they will end all the world's suffering is another matter.
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I agree I find the whole claims portion of this extremely comical and grandiose...I'm surprised TED allowed this to be under their name to be honest.

I do believe personally (far from making any claims) that there is definitely an underlying pattern to numbers and how they order themselves that we haven't quite caught onto yet that will simplify some of the more complex not so neat equations that we use.

I would love to post a thread on some of the fun number stuff I have been playing around with...for discussion and exploration, but I'm afraid that thread would turn into something it was never meant to be really quickly...



posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 02:41 PM
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I think that this is the same old psychology..

Some people want 'god' or their favorite mythical savior of choice
to come charging in and save them.

Some people want 'aliens' or 'extra-dimensional beings' to come
charging in and save them.

Some people want humans to 'mass ascend' or 'go to a higher
dimension' as a salvation methodology.

Other people want a "noosphere" (global mind) or a 'singularity'
to suddenly appear and save them.

Other people want to believe that technology hundreds of years
in the future already exists but is hidden.

I for one, and I may be wrong.. just see this as a desire to be
plucked out of difficult circumstances, either as a person or
as a human species.. rather than just do the hard work to
lift ourselves out of the mess we've made of the world.

I understand the desire.. but I don't see any difference between
any of these examples.. it's all the same old desire, that has
kept humans prisoners of their own society since humans first
had a society.

I could be wrong of course. I could be oversimplifying.
But this is my opinion.

Kevin



posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 04:04 PM
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Americanist

I have to hand it to you... You're fairly consistent with your choice of words (i.e. name calling).

Physicists say energy can be teleported 'without a limit of distance'


Ah, so the response to somebody complaining about completely unsupported woo baloney about 'vortex math' is to respond with a paper by actual physicists using actual physics, called quantum mechanics.

The Chewbacca defense is more logical.



posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 04:07 PM
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I for one, and I may be wrong.. just see this as a desire to be
plucked out of difficult circumstances, either as a person or
as a human species.. rather than just do the hard work to
lift ourselves out of the mess we've made of the world.

I understand the desire.. but I don't see any difference between
any of these examples.. it's all the same old desire, that has
kept humans prisoners of their own society since humans first
had a society.


Exactly. The difference between emotionally attractive fantasy vs the reality of needing to actually be humble, bust your rear, study and freaking WORK to advance civilization one inch at a time.
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posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 04:42 PM
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mbkennel

Americanist

I have to hand it to you... You're fairly consistent with your choice of words (i.e. name calling).

Physicists say energy can be teleported 'without a limit of distance'


Ah, so the response to somebody complaining about completely unsupported woo baloney about 'vortex math' is to respond with a paper by actual physicists using actual physics, called quantum mechanics.

The Chewbacca defense is more logical.


It is a bit peculiar how you pick and choose your arguments. We've established the fib sequence and golden ratio at the heart of quantum mechanics regardless of how much noise you can make beating at your chest.



posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 11:16 AM
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I'm excited and angry all at once.

We're so close! But sooooo hindered...



posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 12:51 PM
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MystikMushroom
Humans would destroy themselves with free energy. Mankind's progress would accelerate far to quickly, and lead to a swift downfall. There are more than just economic reasons for keeping free energy suppressed (if it even is a real thing).

It would be like giving a selfish 8 year old unlimited candy.


Imagine what Christmas would be like - every house would be covered in flashing lights. People would want to drive if not fly everywhere and anywhere. Imagine the problems we would have with people smuggling if it were possible to power hot air balloons using just a little black box that worked day and night.



posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 02:13 PM
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Americanist
The page itself had well over 25k hits. Why? Because chances are it was not only informative, but it made sense. Even the quote in my signature gets to the point in a matter of just a few words. Fantasy and intuition seem to go hand-in-hand depending on who you've researched. You can quote me on that too...


My MySpace page had more visitors so I can tell you there is no correlation between scientifically informative information and visitor count. Forgive me for placing little weight behind the boasts of a stranger who's contribution to humanity is measured by his page hits and posts on a conspiracy website.



posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 04:01 PM
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Americanist
It is a bit peculiar how you pick and choose your arguments. We've established the fib sequence and golden ratio at the heart of quantum mechanics regardless of how much noise you can make beating at your chest.


Who's we? What's at the heart of quantum mechanics? non-commutative operators on Hilbert space.

And sure Phi (if you mean what I think it means) comes up in various places in mathematics---so what?

Is sprinkling "Fibonnacci" around the mathematical equivalent to Tesla?

The famous Fibonacci sequence demystified.
Take a 2 vector s(n) = [x y] s(n+1) = [1 1; 1 0] * s(n) That's the Fibonnacci recurrence and it so happens that the positive eigenvalue of that matrix is (cue "God" sound), the golden mean Phi. (Diagonalizing the matrix also shows you how to get the nth number without computing any of the previous ones). log F(n) tends toward n*log(Phi) for n->infty.

Change that matrix get a new sequence. Whao the eigenvalue is different. Yet another magic number. Change it again, new eigenvalues. Are you bored yet?


There are all sorts of magic numbers once you start looking at eigenvalues and solutions to PDE's! here's another magic number, first zero of the Bessel function! that's a ground state solution to the Schroedinger equation in cylindrical coordinates & axial symmetry! actually related to quantum mechanics. Is this magic number all that special? No.


This is another example of nonsensical redirection.

* Vortex math wooo!
* WTF?
* See, quantum teleportation of energy happens in quantum mechanics
* yes, what does that have to do with Vortex Mathematics in the universe?
* Fibonnaci! and Phi!
* Here we go again.

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posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 06:08 PM
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That's just so not correct! So, we can't handle the truth!? We need the elitests to run the energy so we don't hurt ourselves!? If we work to pay for energy, were all safer!?
Come on... Give us some credit.

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posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 06:17 PM
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Doesn't Dr. Greer have or support an international website (I think it's maintained in Sweden) that's supposed to support these types of discoveries so they can't be subverted? The information should be posted for the smart brains to verify the results. Or, is this group or persons trying to sell it so we can all be charged? I mean, if this new source uses existing grids, there is I guess a reasonable charge that could be passed along to the end user who pulls the energy off the grid but if it doesn't damage the environment and is completely renewable without damaging the earth, I'd pay for that. Otherwise, it should be free.



posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 06:20 PM
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MystikMushroom
Humans would destroy themselves with free energy. Mankind's progress would accelerate far to quickly, and lead to a swift downfall. There are more than just economic reasons for keeping free energy suppressed (if it even is a real thing).

It would be like giving a selfish 8 year old unlimited candy.


Pulling energy out of the air would be a hell of a lot safer than monkeying around with radioactive waste and oil.

Unless we start a chain-reaction that sets the atmosphere on fire.



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