Jun 13, 2016

Anti-gravitic Exploration

Abstract: Summary of my exploration in an antigravitic vehicle model. Another dream reiterates the key. Outlining the components and understanding their interaction.


My husband and I were discussing current projects in the future of automotive transportation, including solar, water, and electric sources. We have been considering purchasing a hybrid vehicle that combines both electric and gas interchangeably to run with less charging and refueling. When using the gas to power to the engine, the alternator recharges the electric battery. The battery and ability to switch back and forth between electric power or gas power is what makes the hybrid versatile and efficient. The savings come from storing and utilizing that typically lost energy in a gas powered vehicle. If need be, you can recharge the electric battery, or use primarily the electric and not have to refuel on gas as often.

We discussed the possibility of fitting the entire outer surface of the vehicle with solar panels and the challenges of that technology. While scientists are trying to improve the efficiency of solar panel technology, particularly looking at how trees create 3D surface area for absorption through its leaves, solar remains not viable at the moment.

A hydrogen truck prototype proved a self sufficient closed loop system was possible, but the 'engine' took up the entire back bed and weighed a ton. It wouldn't work for cargo vehicles. And cargo vehicles is the true target for environmental change. Consider how much you drive your car in a day, and compare that to the delivery truck, the semi-truck, the buses that run for hours everyday on diesel. If you really want to stave CO2 emissions, and change the pollution of vehicles on the road, you need to focus on commercial transportation. The challenge of course being, how do we create a system that can haul large loads with maximum efficiency?

The problem I see with our current mode of thinking is that we have to rely on the storage energy cell to power our vehicles. I don't believe our answer lies in the storage cell, at least not in the long-term future. We need to develop a way to harness a natural interaction between an alloy, water, and outside environment of air.

Linda Moulton Howe lectured on a material she was entrusted with to research from a crashed UFO site. The metallurgical analysis showed bismuth as a key component, the same element I originally channeled years ago when I was trying to dream download information about antigravitic capability. The bismuth was layered impossibly thin with another element. The metal processing plants she interviewed had never heard of the process or reason for the sample she had to be lain in such thin layers. She had a scientist study its properties and found that when submerged in water hydrogen bubbles were released indefinitely with no by-product. They were stumped, they couldn't figure out the interaction occurring before them.

UFO sightings over water have often described a boiling preceding the rise of the craft out of the ocean or lake. What isn't clear about this alloy, is how this hydrogen production could be harnessed for air travel. This is why my original designs included a contained loop of water within the vehicle itself, or perhaps as a layer of the hull so the alloy could interact, and the hydrogen be caught. But it didn't account for the lift. All the dreams I had regarding my explorations of the last few years into this technology showed the key to lie in magnetic suspension. Bismuth, when placed between two carbon plates hovered and spun in space, exactly like UFO's are seen doing. But to do this requires two poles, so the craft has to be harnessing the earth's natural magnetic field to produce this spin and suspension. The entire craft, then, is the bismuth cube. Antigravitic technology is actually a study in magnetic fields.

After this conversation with my husband, I asked to myself and guides, what is the missing component, what is the interaction that allows for steering and ?

I dreamed I was at a job interview and each page of the application I turned to showed the requirement of a background in mathematics.

I had to laugh at this when I woke up because I remembered that when I would explore this subject in the past, I used to dream about going to school and forgetting my math homework, or showing up for a math test that I somehow forgot to study for.

Both of my degrees required mathematics, statistics, and research. Calculus was the highest level of math I completed, along with stats and research classes. I had a cosmology class and physics (applied mathematics), but what is truly required is higher than that, interactions of electricity and magnetism, which I began online specifically for this reason, but was unable to commit to the time requirement as a full-time mother and writer. It's simply not feasible for me right now, but I acknowledge a mathematical mind to be the key to understanding this technology. Still, it's incredibly fun for me to think about, a puzzle I love to move the pieces around on.

Further Reading:
Bismuth-Magnesium Layered Alloy Video
Correlations on Zero-Point Energy From Dr. Greer Lectures
Development Toward Antigravitic Technology
Mounds of the Western US, and Harmonics 
Natural Methods 
Add Phosphate to the Equation 

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