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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #20 on: November 07, 2015, 09:04:24 pm »
Good read. may be a missing piece.
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #21 on: November 07, 2015, 10:17:51 pm »
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #22 on: November 08, 2015, 02:03:49 am »
... They say they are lined up to the atom. ...

Ah, but who's "they"?

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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #23 on: November 08, 2015, 07:08:01 pm »
i have been told that they can be harnessed by driving steel peg in the ground under a high tension transmission line  AND adding horizontal rods lying on the ground. i guess measurements are critical and a disconnect system to isolate the 2 "field" when the activity gets too aggressive.

I have had no time to do the research but I have a friend that is messing with it all the time. he says the pyramids appearto have all the infrastructure to produce control and distribute the power without cables but he has yet to figure out the inner workings of it. i have watched hime set up a small collector and it is uncanny how well it works and how fast it ramps up to where it has to be shut down.

There is no doubt in my mind that this has, can and will again some day work.

The question I have is this: Did this technology and the many others that Egypt had AND were playing ultimately destroy them ?? AND other societies tha wee as advanced that likely were working wit hOR against them. Has the been a holocast that had nothing to do with uranium that we have not even found a hint of because it so totally annihilated every thing that we cant eve know it existed.

it is an interesting topic and in my opinion a dangerous one.

AND we will persue till it does us in again.   

 
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #24 on: November 08, 2015, 07:36:55 pm »
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i have been told that they can be harnessed by driving steel peg in the ground under a high tension transmission line  AND adding horizontal rods lying on the ground. i guess measurements are critical and a disconnect system to isolate the 2 "field" when the activity gets too aggressive.

That will produce electrical power.

But what you are actually doing is stealing power from the transmission company by creating a loosely air coupled transformer with their line as primary winding. Every watt generated in your secondary coil will be lost from the main transmission line. So no power is magically being generated, it's just being siphoned off from some other source.

Obviously this is frowned upon by the power company.
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #25 on: November 08, 2015, 08:37:06 pm »
yes i am aware of that BUT there is away to do it that does NOT take power out of th elines and actually increases power flowing in the lines. I dont know much about it but i know some one who does I'll see if i can get him to join the forum and contribute here. He is a physicist.
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #26 on: November 08, 2015, 08:46:30 pm »
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #27 on: November 08, 2015, 08:58:19 pm »
Sounds like Tesla's  electric car that pulled energy from the "ether".

There are a lot of things that we don't understand, but I'm pretty sure that there is no free lunch.
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #28 on: November 10, 2015, 12:27:12 am »
I was curious about the pyramids "lining up". I guess it's true, but only if you reject all the pyramids that aren't on the particular line you choose. There's about 3 dozen sites of pyramids of various types on the earth. To include all of them your "line" would be a "band" about 3000 miles wide.

Tesla was a pioneer when it came to alternating current. He believed that it ought to be possible to transmit electrical energy through the air over long distances. However, there is no evidence that he actually did it, or even figured out how to do it. The only claim that he managed it was by his biographer; Tesla himself never made the claim.

You can transmit electricity over very short distances: some electric toothbrushes and cell phone chargers use the principle. However, the amount that you can successfully transmit varies as the inverse of the 6th power of the distance you want to cover. So if you have an apparatus that can transmit a certain amount of electricity for a distance of 1 foot, you would only be able to transmit 1/26 = 1/64 (about 5%) as much energy over a 2 foot distance. Obviously not very efficient.

My high school physics teacher built a Tesla coil (it's not difficult) and we did a few experiments with it. A student could hold one end of a fluorescent tube a few inches away from the top of the coil and it would actually light up. It turns out that this was a lot more dangerous than we thought.

yes i am aware of that BUT there is away to do it that does NOT take power out of th elines and actually increases power flowing in the lines...

Which violates the first law of thermodynamics. If it were possible, you could easily build a perpetual motion machine.
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #29 on: November 10, 2015, 09:43:13 am »
Ug.  The problem with harvesting the earths magnetism is called grade.  There is an enormous amount of energy out there but it is low grade.  Maybe a better explanation is there is the same amount of energy in a pound of uranium as there is in a pound of banana peels we just do not know how to capture useful energy from banana peels. 
When "Back to the Future"  featured 'Mr. Fusion' this was the idea - Energy from banana peels and old cigar butts.
Same could be said of wood ashes having the same pound per pound energy content as un-burned wood. 
The old conspiracy of oil companies etc. has been around forever.  What proponents of this idea miss is that laws could be enacted to make it illegal to produce your own 'free' power, just like alcohol, marijuana, and other substances. 


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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #30 on: November 10, 2015, 11:23:06 am »
re: pyramid alignment. Most of the ones I have read about are aligned almost exactly to true north (not magnetic north), and are in the northern hemisphere where the north star (polaris) is visible. Almost all the early civilizations were acutely aware of most heavenly bodies, and usually worshiped one or more. All that's required for north alingnment is a long piece of string and a view of polaris, the only visible star which appears to never move. Most of the way out theories involving pyramids can be explained with just a fundamental knowledge of physics, but there are a few un-answered questions. Like how did them Egyptians move them 20 ton blocks of granite from 100 miles away and get them stacked so neatly ? Everybody knows they used anti-gravity and tractor beams, right ?  ::)
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #31 on: November 11, 2015, 01:19:04 pm »
On a personal note I do worry  that some good ideas get lost because we have become so jaded that we refuse to believe a good thing when we see it. I did not watch the video that was linked so I am not commenting directly on it.
    One of my favorite quotes is    " All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
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That "favorite quote" is not a truth so there is nothing to worry about there. It should have stated that "all ideas pass thru many stages." In the end if the idea does not stand up to all the scrutiny it receives, it must not be the truth as the original quote claims.

In the scientific community the process starts with an idea being published. Next the idea will be reviewed by others and some will try to duplicate the idea. If it cannot be verified and duplicated, yes the idea will not be accepted as a truth and will be subject to ridicule, many times viciously.

So the OP has presented an idea, not a truth and Paul has challenged him to provide the proof. We can wait and see if he can show his idea as being the truth.
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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #32 on: December 02, 2015, 08:22:27 pm »
I suppose in theory and conjecture a person could build a gigantic coil and harness the magnetic lines of flux transmitting pole to pole .However it would be the size of Texas and there isn't enough copper the world for that to happen.

What happens though if there was .Would it tilt the earth on it's axis. Would it reverse the earths  rotation and fling us all into outer space ?  Inquiring minds beg to know .Now with out further ado I'm off to make another tin foil hat . ---this could be more fun than the oil wars ---- 8)

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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #33 on: December 03, 2015, 02:49:19 am »
The magnetic flux would have to move relative to the coil ;D.
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« Reply #34 on: December 03, 2015, 09:33:26 am »
re: pyramid alignment. Most of the ones I have read about are aligned almost exactly to true north (not magnetic north), and are in the northern hemisphere where the north star (polaris) is visible. Almost all the early civilizations were acutely aware of most heavenly bodies, and usually worshiped one or more. All that's required for north alingnment is a long piece of string and a view of polaris, the only visible star which appears to never move. Most of the way out theories involving pyramids can be explained with just a fundamental knowledge of physics, but there are a few un-answered questions. Like how did them Egyptians move them 20 ton blocks of granite from 100 miles away and get them stacked so neatly ? Everybody knows they used anti-gravity and tractor beams, right ?  ::)

As for moving blocks this guy has an answer and better yet proves it.


As to why,  I would never underestimate the narcissistic ego of rulers.  Hitler actually BELIEVED he would someday rule the world.  He could have built a whole lot of really big stuff if he wasn't so busy destroying countries and killing people who failed to agree with his grand vision.

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Re: Pyramid Electricity, how to build looks good
« Reply #35 on: December 03, 2015, 02:51:39 pm »
The magnetic flux would have to move relative to the coil ;D.
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« Reply #36 on: December 03, 2015, 04:46:36 pm »
It's a closed cycle chemical laser- creating a type of energy we don't understand with elements that are no longer around.  Allowed people to work 24 hrs a day on a special electrified water diet. 

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« Reply #37 on: December 03, 2015, 05:03:06 pm »
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« Reply #38 on: December 04, 2015, 09:48:54 am »
Al, i think if you employed a couple of big flux capacitors hooked in series then parallell, you might just get it to work
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« Reply #39 on: December 04, 2015, 12:32:21 pm »

yes i am aware of that BUT there is away to do it that does NOT take power out of th elines and actually increases power flowing in the lines...

Which violates the first law of thermodynamics. If it were possible, you could easily build a perpetual motion machine.

Yes Brucer I Know it does violate that law BUT that law only seems to really apply inside the earths confined systems. Once out side of that the rules seem to operate diffrently. is it possible to learn how  to utilize those rules here? I think we will  discover some method that will allow us to "use" the rules in ways we do not yet understand today that will allow us to bennefit from those "other" little understood and some cases even as yet unknown laws.
 
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