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German Zubieta brought this one to my attention. I've not looked into it, but wanted to pass it on.
The English translation of the title is: "ENERGY EARTH", and the description is: "EXPLANATORY BREAKTHROUGH VIDEO CAPTURE FREE ENERGY". It's a few years old.
(YouTube April 15, 2008)
Maybe one of you could probe into this one, to find out the name, location, website of the company, and their present stage of development, and what kind of data they have to support their claims.
-- SilverThunder 20:27, 10 November 2013 (UTC)
I've posted Valy's response to my questions at: http://pesn.com/2013/11/10/9602392_ValyEnergiStar-posts-another-QMoGen-demo-video/#131110_response
-- SilverThunder 14:19, 10 November 2013 (UTC)
: To: sterlingda
: Sent: Saturday, November 09, 2013 10:35 PM
: Subject: NanoSpire
: Sterling, this is what we have been waiting for-- some type of successful replication of Mark LeClair's device. From a new article on my blog:
: Cavitation Radiation Replication?
: By: David Zweig
: November 9, 2013
: A man working in his garage used a drive motor from an old forced-air furnace and a pump from an old washing machine to make a device similar to NanoSpire's which is claimed to have produced cavitation fusion. When I asked him about whether he obtained radiation readings he was very specific about the units of radioactivity (CPM) that were given off by the fusion as measured by his Geiger counter...
: Complete article appears here:
-- SilverThunder 05:54, 10 November 2013 (UTC)
A reader brought this to my attention:
: Math is logical, functional and just ... awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fibonacci series. (And reminds you that mathematics can be inspiring, too!)
: Using daring displays of algorithmic trickery, lightning calculator and number wizard Arthur Benjamin mesmerizes audiences with mathematical mystery and beauty.
Seeing that the golden ratio, or Phi, is 1.618..., I thought I'd look that up in Alphabetics, and I saw that I'd looked it up previously.
Here is word number 1618 in the New Testament lexicon (all the words of the Greek NT listed alphabetically and then numbered).
: 1618 ektenes Stretched out, continual, intense. Syn. unceasing, long, diligent, earnest. Ant. atom, something that cannot be divided, a moment straight, immediate an instant, a moment
I think that's hillarious that word 1618 would include the antonym: "something that cannot be divided" when it is the very act of dividing Fibonacci numbers that derives Phi. And the number, like Pi, is "continual" or "stretched out", with no end.
Resonance. Alphabetics, which I discovered years ago, strikes again, with another hit of relevance. Don't tell me that this is pure coincidence.
And, for what it's worth, the first digit shown in the above slide: 13/8 = 1.625
Cheri's and my phone number in 1999 ended in 1625. And the meaning of that word in the NT lexicon is:
: 1625 ektrepho To nurture, to bring up to maturity such as children. To nourish or cherish one's own flesh.
That's very relevant to what was going on at that phone number. We started our family. Note that "cherish" begins with "Cheri", my wife's name. The word just prior to it has a synonym: "to stir up" and "Ster" was my nickame growing up. Ditto for word 1624 in the Old Testament lexicon: "to excite, stir up".
Word 1625 in the OT lexicon includes the meaning: "grain, bean used of the smallest Hebrew weight and coin".
During that time, as I launched PES Network, we were living off food storage, a meager existence.
Word 1618 in the OT lexicon isn't so obvious as to relevance. Maybe some of you creative thinkers who have ruminated longer on Phi might think of a cool relevance:
: 1618 scab, scrurvy, perhaps of a malignant kind. Leviticus 21:20, 22:22
With the word "malignant", the propagation of number series latent in Phi has some relevance. But "scab" and "skurvy"? Maybe there are some cool Fibonacci things there that I'm not aware of.
-- SilverThunder 04:57, 10 November 2013 (UTC)
-- SilverThunder 02:12, 10 November 2013 (UTC)
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