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Rotation, Magnetism, Gravity, Mass, Space, Time

RainmanTime

Timekeeper
The universal evidence is clear that understanding ROTATION, and its inherent link to Energy and Gravitation is the key to achieving much higher efficiencies in power generation capabilities.

Look at the universe in its natural state, and you will see: The earth rotates on its axis and possesses a polarized magnetic field. The sun also rotates on an axis, as do the other planets in our solar system. And the planets themselves rotate around our sun.

When we talk of rotation of anything, we speak in tems of frequency: Revolutions per minute. The rate at which something happens. Frequency = 1/Time. If you want to understand how to tap-into the Zero Point Field, and produce energy in our dimension, you need to understand frequency. If you want to travel through time, you need to understand frequency. The info on this web page gives a good introduction to rotation, gravity, and magnetism.

Frequency is also related to sound waves. There are some who claim that Edward Leedskalnin moved the great coral rocks in his Coral Castle by electrical generation of specific frequencies, in a closed-loop amplification circuit. There is the legend of Joshua and how he used sound to bring down the walls of Jericho in battle.

Changing vibrational frequencies seems to be the biggest hope for new energy as well as understanding time and the potential for time travel.

Kind Regards,
RainmanTime
 
Rainman Time,

How does temperature effect rotation?

Are you familiar with the 1995 work on the Bose-Einstein condensation and the "New State of Matter" achieved by Cornell, Weinman, and Anderson (I believe).

I don't have a real reason to think there is a connection, just feels like it should.

Here is one of the web sites about it
http://jilawww.colorado.edu/www/press/bose-ein.html
Let me know if you can't get this one to come up for you. I am sure there are a lot mor sites on the subject.

The Appropriateness of Chance is Astounding
Persephone

"There are great ideas undiscovered, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth's protective layers" by Neil Armstrong
 
How does temperature effect rotation?
Temperature is not a fundamental measure of physical processes (like Mass, Space, and Time are). Rather, temperature is a composite measure of these three fundamental measures that provides an indication of the internal kinetic energy of the body whose temperature is being measured. So let's say you have a fixed amount of Mass. The temperature of that Mass will depend upon how fast the molecules of Mass are moving (vibrational frequency) as well as the distance traveled by a molecule in a single vibration cycle.

So to try to answer your question: Since rotation is also related to a single Mass moving about an axis in space, by lowering the temperature, what you are really doing is restricting the distance and frequency of the internal vibrations of the Mass. This will, in turn, change our perception of the properties of that Mass. Hence, the Bose-Einstein Condensate experiments verified that the properties of Matter are indeed, inextricably linked to the SpaceTime properties surrounding and penetrating that Mass.

Kind Regards,
RainmanTime
 
Hi Again Rainman Time,

I still have questions concerning how the extremely low temperature and trapping of rubidium atoms with lasers and magnetic forces, thus creating a stabalized mass of atoms occupying the same point of space. Inert I suppose. How does this effect time for the "new state of matter"?

Since mass, space and time are all intricately connected, and as you say rotation, or the vibrational frequency are a composite measure of these three elements, space time and mass. Isn't frequency, or the vibrations connected to temperature for different elements. Aren't they one and the same process seen from different perspectives?

So, my question is, concerning the Bose-Einstein condensation, when you have atoms fixed in a state where they coalesce into one, into a different state of matter, occupying the same point in space. And matter time and space are intricately connected, how does this effect the time of this condensate of rubidium? And of course, how can we know how time is effected by this unusual state of matter on the quantum level. For that mater, how do we understand "time" at the quantum level? (maybe you can enlighten me on that as well).

You say they are linked, so since they are linked what is the resulting state of time in this experiment? That is my question, I think. If manipulation of temperature can effect the state of the matter, how is it then effecting the state of the time. Or is it? I am assuming that they are all connected, and changes in one effect the others. I am I wrong to suppose that?

I hope I wrote this clearly so that my point or rather question is apparent to you.



The Appropriateness of Chance is Astounding
Persephone


"There are great ideas undiscovered, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth's protective layers" by Neil Armstrong
 
New state of matter? Beyond solid liquid gas and plasma???

Gyroscope is the principle behind the "antigravity device" in the book I bought. Though I don't think it will work, it is a fact that LINEAR motion is RELATIVE, but ROTATIONAL motion is ABSOLUTE. It was explained to me as: "Rotational motion is dimensionless.

There's a guy on ebay that's been selling info on "Spin-Wave". Anybody know anything about this? Sounds like snake oil; but...
 
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