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General Discussion / The Linear Perception
« Last post by David on April 28, 2018, 10:59:29 PM »
It would appear that the world of rockets does not realize the limitations linear boundaries provide...such boundaries provide a check and checkmate to the idea of humans traveling to the moon or mars via the rocket express.

You might think that after all these years it might dawn on someone to consider something a bit more advanced than rockets.

It was back in 2006 that a short article appeared in Flying Saucer Review out of the UK...with a picture of myself attached.  In January 2008 an article appeared in Nexus Magazine where I described the problem of nonuniform differentials existing between planets and stars.  I must admit that I did expect some kind of a response but none was forthcoming.

So here we are in 2018 and they are still talking about a base on the moon and a base on mars with nothing more than a linear concept of space as a reference...when in fact space is not linearly structured.

I would consider it prudent to question the validity of a space program intent on failure when it comes to providing human transport to the moon or mars. 

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General Discussion / Re: The FFM Project by the Gwandau Team
« Last post by Maxpintx on April 25, 2018, 07:30:51 PM »
We are ready to help mobilize the part of the. Share your opinion.
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General Discussion / Re: Question on anti gravity
« Last post by Maxpintx on April 25, 2018, 07:30:27 PM »
Like I have long seen this issue. This is a good example. With this interesting debate again.
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General Discussion / Re: The Gulf of Mexico
« Last post by Maxpintx on April 25, 2018, 07:29:55 PM »
It is interesting to have a discussion about this interesting story. We will help find the information.
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General Discussion / Re: Graviton?
« Last post by Maxpintx on April 25, 2018, 07:28:49 PM »
Like I have long seen this issue. This is a good example. With this interesting debate again.
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To increase my knowledge, I would like to introduce and guide you on the important points to help me.
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General Discussion / Re: The Gulf of Mexico
« Last post by Edwardnut on April 18, 2018, 12:42:44 AM »
I would like to go to that place a lot, do not know if it is enough to go on a trip?
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General Discussion / The Gulf of Mexico
« Last post by David on April 03, 2018, 11:14:07 PM »
Some time ago we had a thread focused on BP's drilling in the gulf for oil and how they were attempting to plug a hole in the ocean floor.  I was concerned then that they would fail but they managed to plug the hole and stop the flow of oil...but not completely.

This same spot in the gulf has a new problem of late, with the ocean water becoming a bit on the warm side...80F.

I doubt BP has a geologist on staff who truly understands the dynamics they were messing with, consequently the reality of their blunder remains a real and present danger...with no remedy in sight.
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General Discussion / Re: A Relative Universe
« Last post by David on April 02, 2018, 03:07:50 PM »
Hello everybody,

Yesterday I finally managed to register on the Forum, the delay due to a wrong answer to the question on TESLA.
I have already read DAVID's book twice and many questions about the terms used.
it's still foggy for my mind.
I would like to build the FFM, can you give me the dimension and characteristics of these magnets.
And what I can do, adjustment, anti gravity test, etc.
So that at first.
What does magnetism come here with the Aether, I certainly did not understand how this theory works.
I too have health problems and medications sometimes alter my judgment and my understanding.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
hoping that the translation by Google will be faithful.


You must not be confused by my terms...you must start anew and forget about attempting to blend the old with the new.  It's simply a matter of starting from scratch as the old science is intent on keeping you confined and restricted to a limited view of universe.

David
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General Discussion / Re: A Relative Universe
« Last post by DougBry on March 18, 2018, 09:02:51 AM »
I'm not buying the current Mars hype simply because it smells like a publicity stunt and nothing more, even disregarding the technical hurdles you mention.
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