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80 nanoseconds from disaster

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posted on Dec, 27 2020 @ 04:35 PM
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a reply to: PapagiorgioCZ

I have many friends, i have lost many in the intrigues of forums, and gained a few.
I consider John and Nancy Hutchison as friends, although we don't talk much. Some of my friends are even banned from this forum. Are we so rich in ideas, that even the counterculture will not accept it?
The answer is; Yes.
My countdown clock, that started when my dear friend Bill Allred died, now stands at 26,000 hours and counting. The initial countdown was about 7 years on that clock, but 1WW passed before we were able to analyse anything.
But we got an awful lot of data.
So in about 5.2 months, that clock will hit zero and that will be my benchmark for this project.
I hope to not only have proof that this thing works, but from 2 independent sources, using exactly the same equipment and settings etc. We did have 3 labs, but it seems the UK police saw this particular one as a 'fire hazard' and it was then confiscated, never to be seen again.
I live outside the UK, so they can't touch me.
Downside of the Brexit deal, if you ask me.



posted on Dec, 27 2020 @ 07:46 PM
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originally posted by: playswithmachines
a reply to: TechnoAssassin1
I think you will find that my last remarks on the explosion in Beiroet were correct. New evidence has emerged that a team of welders started the fire. They were trying to repair the 12 foot hole in the warehouse wall. I don't know what the Beiroet harbour officials were thinking, because they had stored an expensive amount of fertiliser / explosive for 6 years without thinking about it. This stuff absorbs water and becomes crystalline, like concrete, over time.
That kind of energy could have doubled their crop yield for 25 years, but instead they just sat on it and ignored the problem until it literally exploded in their faces. I am deeply hurt that so many peeps had to die for nothing.

This thread is not closed, just on standby. I am currently researching a new thread, about the missing Tesla files, and i hope to present it soon, it involves (strangely enough) your current president's uncle, John G. Trump.



posted on Jan, 27 2021 @ 04:30 PM
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a reply to: TechnoAssassin1

Strangely enough, i was about to close this thread.
Or at least, try to end it in some way.

The main reason being; i have told you peeps way too much already. And yes, many have died and suffered to bring you all this much info already. But the current political climate of the US and UK leave me no choice.
I can tell you that all the evidence says, it works. The next test is to see if we can control the reaction.
If successful, pff you will see it on TV
Otherwise, well, you have only these pages to look for clues.
TechnoAssassin, i wish you luck.



posted on Jan, 27 2021 @ 05:07 PM
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a reply to: PapagiorgioCZ

you don't need permanent fusion. Like the sun, it is sometimes too hot to handle and ultimately, obtainable at great expense. Witness the last great 'fusion' triumph of the Tokamak after 50 years and countless billions in development: We attained fusion for 90 seconds" But they don't tell you that it was 14 MW in, and 6KW out. Oops.....Still not over unity, because they are trying to achieve fusion via kinetic energy and not at lower temps with the pinch effect.
Are they really that stupid? Will they pay me lets say, 8 grand a month to prove them wrong??
Will they ever, LOL they would rather prefer i did not exist.

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posted on Feb, 5 2021 @ 05:27 PM
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Well i guess it is time to close this thread. Everything i have predicted has become real, not only the results of our experiments, but also our test of human nature. I have succeeded in all my experiments, i can provide evidence of fast neutrons that co-incide with our lab tests. That means that ve can do, given 12,000 bucks, what ITER and all the rest can't do, given 13 billion bucks. We managed to fuse hydrogen into helium, and measure the fast neutrons that accompany it...Sorry, but this will probably mean my last post here......



posted on Feb, 8 2021 @ 08:50 PM
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a reply to: playswithmachines

Well i guess it is time for me to end this thread. I have been more or less shut down due to 'woke issues' that means i can no longer post or even upload images. My internet provider, who i pay 30 bucks a month for, can not even support my mails. Hell i can't even email my own brother because of this. I guess it is time to call it a day. Goodbye.



posted on Feb, 8 2021 @ 09:13 PM
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a reply to: playswithmachines

Frozen pellets that is a Nobel gas (xenon, unless you want a bunch of guys looking for a strip club if you use neon!) world work well. Drop the pressure (and PV=nRT takes over. There is a pebble fission reactor with clay/silicon separators. They plan on dropping all pellets into a long trough this stopping the reaction because the fuel has spread out. The same formula holds for fusion; immediately add something super cold and release the pressure by allowing the plasma to expand into a larger space.)

The big guys do it. At your scale, you should be able to do one or both!

(Ion cleanup is a mess! One is just normal hydrogen and the other is sticky and semi radioactive... it goes everywhere!

Get to the Boron reaction and covert it all to electricity!

Glad to know that someone is trying!


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posted on Feb, 14 2021 @ 07:59 PM
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a reply to: TEOTWAWKIAIFF

Thank you, old friend.
Just to let you folks know, this was released by the Royal Society (yes the same peeps who threw out Eric Laithwaite, inventor of the linear motor and the maglev train);

youtu.be...

This is after they told me, 6 years ago, that the ITER was officially being scrapped, and that there was no more funding available for projects like mine.
So basically, they lied to me.


Now i see that they have another 1.8 Billion Euro's (not dollars) and they are developing a Tritium plant, the first of it's kind, and it's being run by Oxford.
Pff, i am from Cambridge, thats where all the REAL scientists come from!. Oxford are pussies

But yes i know about the pellets, they are difficult to make, and they are trying to superheat them with femtosecond laser bursts.
Good luck with that.

My dear friends, i have not only succeeded in my goal, i have proof that this system works.
It is not my system, i was not the inventor, he will remain secret. But i am just an extension of his hands.

It works, not only that but there are so many side effects and spinoffs from this tech.
I am happy, and yes, i was told not to post this on "the most spook infested site in the world" i know that, and, i simply no longer care. I gave them PLENTY of time to respond. Years.

So if they now come to my door, it's kind of "Too little, too late".
I fear this will be my last post on this subject, much less this forum, It was a blast!


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posted on Feb, 14 2021 @ 10:25 PM
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a reply to: playswithmachines
I'm glad to hear it works! Can we expect to see any evidence or get more information any time soon?



posted on Mar, 26 2021 @ 08:51 PM
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I'm sorry guys n gals, but i now have to close this thread.

I do have some scary stories i would like to tell you, but even recounting those stories would cost me my life.

I am making great progress, and thats about all i can say on the matter. Except that, being a mechanic, an engineer, an electronics expert and material analyst, i am kind of on the ball. Some peeps got vaporised before the 80nS rule, and the guvmint at the time simply filled that room with concrete and forgot about it.
Yes this happens. So i would prefer to end this thread on that note........



posted on Feb, 25 2022 @ 05:48 PM
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Well, since my last posts a lot has happened. The pulse reactor works, but Lockheed aren't using our design, they just want it as an airbourne high-impulse PSU, much like i kind of knew they would. Probably works on the "Yin-Yang" superconducting coil design. And they want that power for some airbourne weapon like a laser'
Oops, that was exactly what the US navy were recovering at that time. A nuclear-powered plane went down all those years ago. I was about 6 at the time, you understand.
I saw the photo's, and yes they are exactly the same size shape and proportion, to my missing yin yang files that i got from someone years ago. I'm talking pre-internet.
Anyways; Anything they tell you henceforth is probably (sorry, i mean absolutely) bull#e.
Now it seems they are trying to preclude my reputation, even to go so far as saying that i do not exist.

Haha, i have a treat for you. This thread is not closed.



posted on Feb, 25 2022 @ 08:53 PM
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originally posted by: playswithmachines
Well i guess it is time to close this thread. Everything i have predicted has become real, not only the results of our experiments, but also our test of human nature. I have succeeded in all my experiments, i can provide evidence of fast neutrons that co-incide with our lab tests. That means that ve can do, given 12,000 bucks, what ITER and all the rest can't do, given 13 billion bucks. We managed to fuse hydrogen into helium, and measure the fast neutrons that accompany it...Sorry, but this will probably mean my last post here......


That's great, but there's a big gap from there to net power output.

Neutrons have been produced in non-equilibrium apparatus for a very long time, in particular since the beginning of atomic weaponry as they were used for fission initiators after going beyond the early polonium devices.

But getting net energy gain is exceedingly difficult.

www.osti.gov...

That paper, in particular, seems rather pessimistic about all sorts of unusual effects.



posted on Feb, 25 2022 @ 08:53 PM
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originally posted by: playswithmachines
Well i guess it is time to close this thread. Everything i have predicted has become real, not only the results of our experiments, but also our test of human nature. I have succeeded in all my experiments, i can provide evidence of fast neutrons that co-incide with our lab tests. That means that ve can do, given 12,000 bucks, what ITER and all the rest can't do, given 13 billion bucks. We managed to fuse hydrogen into helium, and measure the fast neutrons that accompany it...Sorry, but this will probably mean my last post here......


That's great, but there's a big gap from there to net power output.

Neutrons have been produced in non-equilibrium apparatus for a very long time, in particular since the beginning of atomic weaponry as they were used for fission initiators after going beyond the early polonium devices.

But getting net energy gain is exceedingly difficult.

www.osti.gov...

That paper, in particular, seems rather pessimistic about all sorts of unusual effects.



posted on May, 22 2022 @ 02:44 PM
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Well yes, and no. Neutrons are (or were) only obtainable from decay of radioactive materials like Thorium and Americium.
And even then to get a stream of 'pure' neutrons (travelling at relatively low speed) is not so easy, if you watch Thunderfoot on YooToob you will understand more. There exists a new source, as of last year, The Neutristor being the latest of many, and i take my hat off to them, it's quite simple in operation. A perfect neutron source, portable, and most importantly, only producing neutrons on demand, as our reactor does, I.E. when it is running, there will be neutrons, and they will be going way faster than the artificial variety, in fact faster than the fission ones. This is a problem in itself, since you have to dissipate their energy by slowing them down a bit before you release them out the arse end of the reactor. Unless you want a fusion space drive, in which case anyone directly behind you will get seriously nuked as you hit the pedal.

I have spent a LOT of time to make this thing as safe as possible, IE it could never explode, or be made to do so by 3rd parties. At best i can have it go into instant meltdown and vapourise anything in a 100 foot radius, (This once happened, in the 60's at a secret bunker in England, but was not intentional and at least 5 people died) better that than let them use this tech for nefarious purposes. I am confident that we have it pretty much covered....As for net energy gain, well, you get that (unsurprisingly) when the system runs itself, and when you see a neutron burst.And you can't seem to turn it off. Yes that happened.
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posted on May, 22 2022 @ 03:18 PM
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ETA it is kind of funny that whenever i am testing this, or my gravity toys, or the shortwave, that an unmarked heli flies around my house for an hour or so. Given the colour it has to be Navy, but no transponder code, and no radio traffic that i am aware of. But i wasn't scanning all of the VHF FM that i should have. I have been advised to buy a good camcorder and film them back as they film me.Funny that they had no transponder, flight path, or even a flight plan. Even the cop-chops have them, i followed a medivac chopper from XXXXXX where it landed a few miles south of my house, via Internet.
But not these guys. You can of course (in a military aircraft at least) switch them off. But this parrafin pidgeoen as we call them in the RAF did have a small white ID number on it's tail. I will take my freinds advice, and get this camcorder ASAP,

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posted on May, 22 2022 @ 03:22 PM
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not sure if this will give you any inspiration to finish your work




posted on May, 22 2022 @ 03:52 PM
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Haha time travel, well i wont go into that here, way too complex, once you go down that rabbit hole.....
We can send particles into the future, already proven. You can alter the future; proven by Beavis & Butthead.
All it takes is a single-minded sense of purpose.
Why am I here?
To prevent something? To start something? To kill others in the name of religion or some vague political ideal?
just follow your instinct, is my advice, and a simple smile is worth 1000 rockets.
ETA: Yes gravity affects time, it IS time, as we hu-mons understand it.
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