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    Default Pulsar Transmission Of Fibonacci Series/Golden Mean Ratio

    dear friends,

    http://www.etheric.com/lavioletteboo...arupdate3.html

    be well, be love.

    david

    pulsar network transmission of the
    fibonacci series and golden mean ratio

    paul a. laviolette, © april, 17 2007
    (reproduction of the following page is restricted, personal download is permitted)

    in the book decoding the message of the pulsars, from more than 1500 known pulsars a half dozen pulsars were singled out as possibly conveying an intelligent message. three of these are the crab pulsar, the vela pulsar, and the vulpecula pulsar, whose periods and period derivatives are listed in the table below.


    period and period derivatives for three unique pulsars measured in may 1992
    (from table 3 of decoding the message of the pulsars)


    pulsar period (seconds) rate of change of period (s/s)
    crab pulsar 0.033403347 4.209599 x 10-13
    vela pulsar 0.089298530 1.258 ± 0.008 x 10-13
    vulpecula pulsar 0.144457105 5.75318 x 10-14


    a brief review about the significance of this tri-pulsar subset

    all three of these pulsars are among the very few that are found to be associated with supernova remnants. the vulpecula pulsar is distinguished as being the one pulsar that happens to be positioned closest to the galaxy's northern one-radian point meridian and which makes a key trajectory sighting with the millisecond pulsar (see the book dmp for the full significance). the vela and crab pulsars are very distinctive. not only are they respectively the brightest and most luminous of all pulsars, as well as among the few known to emit optical pulses and giant pulses, but they also mark the two young supernova remnants that reside closest to our solar system. the supernova explosion dates of the remnants they mark coincide with the time when the 14,150 year bp superwave cosmic ray volley was impacting their progenitor stars. the vela pulsar marks a location near our solar system while the crab pulsar marks a location 6,585 light years away toward the galactic anticenter and the superwave cosmic ray volley that impacted us about 14,150 years ago is currently seen impacting the crab remnant. as described in decoding the message of the pulsars, the vela pulsar's period is gradually increasing and if we project this period change back in time, we find that 14,100 ± 100 years ago vela's period would have equaled the crab pulsar's current period. it was suggested that this gradually changing period was intentionally engineered as a chronometric indicator of the date when the last major galactic superwave passed through our solar system.

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    Default pulsars

    i like to think of the pulsars as the "atomic clocks" of the universe...keeping us in sync with what's going on at galactic central (i.e. great central sun or the black hole of our gallaxy).

    charran

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    Default Invisibility Cloak

    scientists at purdue university have created a new design for an invisibility cloak.

    ...while doing some research on the cloak itself, i’ve come across two separate and unique ways to achieve the invisibility effect. 1) paul did an article about duke university, back in october 2006, which created a cloaking “cylinder” which hides it’s contents from certain wavelengths of light. this cylinder works by using what some researchers have called “metamaterials” or materials that when engineered properly, have properties (in this case, electromagnetic properties) unlike what you get from typical fabrication processes. these “metamaterials” bend waves of energy back around an object after these waves have been displaced by the normal object. plus, 2) the scientists at purdue university have published a design where tiny metal needles are placed in a cone-much like a hairbrush pattern-in a way that forces light and other waves to pass around it harmlessly. unlike the duke design, where some is reflected and refracted, the light completely bends around the cone of rods, making the object completely disappear. while there have been many attempts at active camoflage before (see the invisibility coat), these two ideas are the first true-to-physics concepts. the result is, although not perfectly, a mirror image of the initial emission of light waves.

    read more here:

    http://gopaultech.com/2007/04/lose-y...ibility-cloak/

    enjoy!

    larry
    As with all of my posts made here, these are my personal beliefs and opinions and do not necessarily represent the opinions of David Wilcock, the Law of One series nor do they necessarily represent core values meant to be presented on this website.

    May Total Peace encompass all of your awareness.

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    Default Scientists find clues to the formation of Fibonacci spirals in nature

    dear friends,

    i posted a similiar article, but this has some nice graphics.

    http://www.physorg.com/news97227410.html

    be well, be love.

    david

    scientists find clues to the formation of fibonacci spirals in nature
    by lisa zyga

    conical shapes with irregularities produce parastichous spiral ‘x’ patterns, such as on the scientists’ microstructure at left, and a strawberry at right. credit: li, et al. ©2007 applied physics letters.


    while the aesthetics and symmetry of fibonacci spiral patterns has often attracted scientists, a mathematical or physical explanation for their common occurrence in nature is yet to be discovered. recently, scientists have successfully produced fibonacci spiral patterns in the lab, and found that an elastically mismatched bi-layer structure may cause stress patterns that give rise to fibonacci spirals. the discovery may explain the widespread existence of the pattern in plants.

    chaorong li, of the zhejiang sci-tech university and the institute of physics in beijing, along with ailing ji and zexian cao, both of the chinese academy of sciences, produced their fibonacci spiral pattern by manipulating the stress on inorganic microstructures made of a silver core and a silicon dioxide shell. the spontaneous assembly of fibonacci patterns has rarely been realized in the laboratory, and the scientists’ results suggest that plant patterns might be modeled by mutually repulsive entities for both spherical and conical surfaces.

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    Default God Does Play Dice with the Universe

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    only a draft, but interesting nonetheless...

    http://www.quantummotion.org/gdpd_op.html

    be well, be love.

    david

    god does play dice with the universe

    we live in a classical world. yet there is a ghostlike atomic world underneath. everyone knows that a ball is composed of atoms. but nobody knows what atoms look like, and especially, how in hell atoms move. they don’t look like small balls at all; for instance, a single atom can pass through two slits at the same time. the more stunning fact is that we don’t exactly know how a ball moves either. it appears to move in a continuous way. this, however, is a mere illusion. even the greatest scientists newton and einstein were also deluded by the appearance.

    this popular science book will reveal a deep secret of nature for the first time. it is that every object in the universe, no matter it is an atom or a ball or even a star, jumps in a random and discontinuous way. in a famous metaphor, god does play dice with the universe. this strange picture of reality is so incredible that even nobody has dreamed of it. but it is real. discovering motion is not continuous but discontinuous and random is like finding the earth is not at rest but moving. it is really amazing!

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    Default Scientists convert the sequence of proteins into music

    dear friends,

    http://www.mimg.ucla.edu/faculty/mil.../examples.html

    also this article;

    http://www.remoteviewer.nu/index.php...ticle&sid=3805

    be well, be love.

    david

    scientists convert the sequence of proteins into music

    ucla molecular biologists have turned protein sequences into original compositions of classical music.

    "we converted the sequence of proteins into music and can get an auditory signal for every protein," said jeffrey h. miller, distinguished professor of microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics, and a member of ucla's molecular biology institute. "every protein will have its unique auditory signature because every protein has a unique sequence. you can hear the sequence of the protein."

    "we assigned a chord to each amino acid," said rie takahashi, a ucla research assistant and an award-winning, classically trained piano player. "we want to see if we can hear patterns within the music, as opposed to looking at the letters of an amino acid or protein sequence. we can listen to a protein, as opposed to just looking at it."

    the building blocks of proteins are linear sequences of 20 different amino acids. assigning one note for each amino acid therefore results in a 20-note scale.

    "a 20-note scale is too large a range," takahashi said. "you need a reduced scale, so we paired similar amino acids together and used chords and chord variations for each amino acid. we used each component of the music to indicate a specific characteristic of the protein. we are faithful in the conversion from the sequence to the music. the rhythm is dictated by the protein sequence."


    gene2music

    examples of protein music based on our final algorithm can be heard and viewed below. with respect to recognizing repeating patterns in the protein music sequences, we show two main examples: the huntingtin and lacy permease proteins. huntington's disease is an example of a triplet repeat disorder in which an expansion of a repeated glutamine sequence causes the protein to lose its proper function. such an expansion leads to a late-onset neurological disorder. the lacy permease protein spans the membrane of escherichia coli and has a distinct hydrophobic region of phenylalanines. this sequence facilitates the protein to move through the bacterial membrane. in the huntingtin example, one can hear an obvious repeated pattern of glutamines and polyprolines, and this pattern can be compared to the less obvious repeated pattern of phenylalanines heard in the lacy permease. see project evolution for a description of our coding optimization.

    it is important to note that our coding assignment can be reversed with respect to tonal assignments as well as rhythm. for example, the lower notes can be assigned to the hydrophilic amino acids rather than the hydrophobic. we show examples of the human thya protein using reverse coding below.

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    Default Levitation

    dear friends,

    dw recently posted info concerning levitation and the philadelphia project. here's some additional links.

    http://www.livescience.com/technolog...evitation.html

    be well, be love.

    david

    scientists levitate small animals

    scientists have now levitated small live animals using sounds that are, well, uplifting.

    in the past, researchers at northwestern polytechnical university in xi'an, china, used ultrasound fields to successfully levitate globs of the heaviest solid and liquid-iridium and mercury, respectively. the aim of their work is to learn how to manufacture everything from pharmaceuticals to alloys without the aid of containers. at times compounds are too corrosive for containers to hold, or they react with containers in other undesirable ways.

    "an interesting question is, 'what will happen if a living animal is put into the acoustic field?' will it also be stably levitated?" researcher wenjun xie, a materials physicist at northwestern polytechnical university, told livescience.

    xie and his colleagues employed an ultrasound emitter and reflector that generated a sound pressure field between them. the emitter produced roughly 20-millimeter-wavelength sounds, meaning it could in theory levitate objects half that wavelength or less.

    http://science.howstuffworks.com/aco...levitation.htm

    how acoustic levitation works
    by tracy v. wilson

    unless you travel into the vacuum of space, sound is all around you every day. but most of the time, you probably don't think of it as a physical presence. you hear sounds; you don't touch them. the only exceptions may be loud nightclubs, cars with window-rattling speakers and ultrasound machines that pulverize kidney stones. but even then, you most likely don't think of what you feel as sound itself, but as the vibrations that sound creates in other objects.

    the idea that something so intangible can lift objects can seem unbelievable, but it's a real phenomenon. acoustic levitation takes advantage of the properties of sound to cause solids, liquids and heavy gases to float. the process can take place in normal or reduced gravity. in other words, sound can levitate objects on earth or in gas-filled enclosures in space

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    my impression is that they seem to be using piezoelectric crystals that are modulated in states of high e and b fields to generate the ultrasound. it would be interesting to learn if the levitation disappears in a vacuum through which sound wouldn't travel, or if it continues. my impression is there is some gravitic / magnetic mechanism at play causing the levitation more so than the acoustic phonon energies.

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    Default Radio Waves burn Salt Water?

    very interesting video:

    http://www.wkyc.com/video/player.aspx?aid=35660&bw=

    i just hope that he gives the technology away instead of selling the invention to some big oil company that puts it on the shelf forever.

    larry
    As with all of my posts made here, these are my personal beliefs and opinions and do not necessarily represent the opinions of David Wilcock, the Law of One series nor do they necessarily represent core values meant to be presented on this website.

    May Total Peace encompass all of your awareness.

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    Default Exciting!

    larry, this is great information. this technology will be sold, but hopefully to someone who understands that this man received a gift from the universe that must be made easily accessible to all. the "receiver" of this technology expressed a need to find funds to seek a cure for cancer, but in reality, maybe he has already been given that cure, something like a "2fer" :d !

    what is most interesting, when you think about it, is that the most phenomenal "discoveries" do not require huge investments in technology. the universe gives them freely, when we are ready to receive them. it is truly unwise to transform such a gift into a cash cow....jo anne

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