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Luc Choquette's Reactive Generator Research

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Deggary from India wrote on Skype. It's over my head, without spending a lot of time but I wanted to pass it on for those of you who might more readily understand this kind of stuff. Mentions "higher efficiency", not "overunity". But he did say, "Basically, you could create power without having to pay for it" (and not because you are stealing).

: this is one of the video that I have seen, one step closer to looping, here basically he is using small resistor as load, during the start of video, you can see the motor is reducing the rpm, which is common, but when he is using reactive load, there is no loading to generator, as he said in the beginning no one in you tube have showed any experiment about reactive circuit, if there are people who is interested in self loop, everyone should start first with this exp.


: This is simple solid state circuit

: Theory supported by Thane C. Heins

: Watch second video first it is shorter


(YouTube November 15, 2013)

: A forum topic can be found here:


(YouTube November 25, 2013)

-- SilverThunder 23:01, 5 December 2013 (UTC)

We already have the means to travel among the stars

'Free Energy Blog:2013:12:05'

Relevance: Directory:Conspiracy > Directory:Suppression

: "We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity... Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do." -- Ben Rich, CEO Lockheed Martin Skunk Works (1993)

-- SilverThunder 22:24, 5 December 2013 (UTC)

Special Guest: Jesus or Santa

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Completely off topic again. My wife posted this to Facebook last night (prior to my choir practice):

: We went to our ward Christmas party tonight and they told us a special guest would soon be there. Hailee (my almost 8 year old) said, "Is it going to be Santa or Jesus?"

-- SilverThunder 15:14, 5 December 2013 (UTC)

OMG: most amazing choir this Sunday
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[Way off topic.]

I just had one of the best musical experiences of my life!

As I've mention to a few of you, my next door neighbor here in Ephraim, Dr. Steve Meredith, is a Professor of Music at Snow College. He's so good that Julliard covets him and wishes he would relocate there. Instead, a bunch of their students come here to Snow College.

That's what enticed me to start showing up at church again -- to sing in his choir.

I've been going off and on, mostly on, for about three months and yes, it's been fun singing under his baton. Even with a ward choir, he pushes them and doesn't go endlessly over parts, but expects them to pick it up and as long as a core of the section has the part, he's fine and moves forward.

So even singing with the regular choir members has been a great experience. Sometimes I've been the only tenor, sometimes with an alto joining in to help the section.

With this coming Sunday being a performance of "A Shepherd's Witness: A Sacred Christmas Cantata" by David R. Naylor, published by Praiseworthy, Steve called a special rehearsal this evening, following the Ward Christmas Party.

First of all, all of the regular ward tenors showed up, so there were four of us. Then, as it was time to begin some young, new faces began showing up, one to the base, then to the alto, then to the Sopranos, then to the tenor section, then another tenor, then another base. One by one, it became apparent that Steve had recruited some students from Snow college to come help out. In all, we had about four of them in each section.

Steve then paused to inform us something to the effect: "Some people think it's 'cheating' for me to have these students come in and help with the choir, but the way I look at it is that it helps bring out the best in you and it's good practice in sight-reading for them."

OMG, it was such a hoot. Talk about ward choir on major turbo charge. It transformed from a "ward choir" experience to something way beyond. These students were not only good, they were professional quality. Their first time through a song was like the best you could ever hope for in a lifetime of practice for most regular choir members -- and that's just talking about hitting the right notes. Their vocal quality was superb.

Oh, and he also recruited a flutist from Snow to play the flute part. Our ward accompanist is excellent.

Man, did we sound good! I've sung in some pretty good choirs in the past, including Tucson Repertory Singers, but this was the best one I've sung in -- ever. I loved trying to learn vocal technique from the three tenors sitting to my left. I was pushed to my best. I totally loved every minute of it. One in particular reminded me of Steve Bement from Boulder.

We practiced for an hour and a half.

After singing through the cantata, as we sat down, I remarked: "I love cheating!" which brought chuckles and agreement, and appreciation from the students, who seemed to have enjoyed themselves as well.

Steve asked if we thought one more practice Sunday would be enough, and the choir seemed fine with that. Then he said, "I think we'll hit it out of the park." He doesn't dish compliments like that out very easily, I'm guessing.

I think any of you who can make it ought to come. And put your seatbelts on. This will be a ward choir like you've never heard before.

Half way through the cantata will be a ~10 minute talk by the bishop.

Hope you can come.

The Sacrament meeting begins at 11 am, Dec. 8 and the choir will probably start around 11:15. The chapel is located at 765 S. 100 E. in Ephraim, Utah.

I wish they would allow video cameras. This one would be worth recording.


p.s. Here is an excerpt from his Snow College profile:

: As a conductor, Dr. Meredith's choirs have been in great demand for their flexibility of tone and ability to perform a wide variety of literature. His choirs have appeared at local, regional and national education conferences, and have appeared in recordings for several commercial projects. Recent performances include Star Wars Live (International Tour) touring performances of Video Games Live with the Utah, Las Vegas and Golden West Symphony Orchestras and the Glenn Miller Orchestra. He regularly serves as a guest conductor and clinician with groups throughout the US.

: A performer of "uncommon intelligence and musicality" (San Antonio Express-News) with a tone described as "seamless and superb" (Arizona Republic), Dr. Meredith is one of the most sought-after concert performers in the United States.

-- SilverThunder 06:06, 5 December 2013 (UTC)

Latest Climate Report Admits Chemtrails Exist

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Relevance: Directory:Geoengineering > Directory:Chemtrails


(YouTube December 4, 2013)

: "While the entire community of academia still pretends not to know about the ongoing reality of global geoengineering," comments Dane Wigington at Geoengineering Watch, "the simple fact that they are now discussing geoengineering in the latest IPCC report indicates that the veil is beginning to lift."

-- SilverThunder 23:56, 4 December 2013 (UTC)

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