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The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« on: April 09, 2014, 02:49:40 PM »
http://www.polywellnuclearfusion.com/PolywellReactor/PolywellReactor.html

My grandson was talking to me the other day about fusion reactors.  Of course He had to bring it down to my level.  Nuclear reactors probably won't go away and I have heard a lot of talk about fusion.  Grandson told me this was the best way to go (his opinion).  He completed 2 years in one at Florida Institute of Technology, currently a triple major at University of Florida at Gainesville and even received awards in a special high school in our county along with talks with people from Navy and Los Alamos. (yes I'm bragging).  Will attend a grad school and on to his Doctorate sometime down the line.

He is convinced that nuclear fusion is the answer (right now).  I don't know that much about reactors but I know enough to have a basic idea how they work.  I am presenting this to you all hoping to receive some opinions and maybe help me understand more about fusion.



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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2014, 06:37:58 AM »

More of the same.

Even if they can be made to work, fusion reactors apparently spew off fast neutrons which just makes all of the local area into low level radioactive waste.
Given that we have our own fusion power project quite advanced in the inventors group, I can speak with some (albeit second hand) authority on the matter. Dr Chris (As we like to refer to him), and Luke are taking the problem of the neutrons on, but so far, there seems little to report.

I think it's gonna have to be a "breeder solar farm" myself. Or something as yet undiscovered. There have to be better ways of obtaining energy than by breaking things, be they chemical bonds or atomic nuclei. Apparently even fusion (as we do it currently) involves breaking bits off atoms...

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2014, 09:25:38 AM »
Here's a good site for fusion info.  I hear the person that runs it is a great guy!

http://www.fusor.net/

All we need to do is create an imbalance in the ETHER and tap the flow for energy.  Then, even fusion seems primitive.




http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ufo_aleman/rfz/schappellerchapter4b.htm

Control of the ETHER makes all other technologies pale in comparison. 

This avenue surely MUST be looked into...



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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #3 on: April 10, 2014, 09:38:54 AM »
In essence I do believe that electrogravitics relies on such an imbalance in the aether...
"If the universe is made of mostly Dark Energy...can We use it to run Our cars?"

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #4 on: April 10, 2014, 10:06:49 AM »
In essence I do believe that electrogravitics relies on such an imbalance in the aether...


Sure!  All the forces of nature are united in the ETHER...it is the source of ALL! 

Each force of nature is a different type of motion in the ETHER.  All matter and energy manifest from the ETHER.

It's Brahman too...says so below!  lol

And they were right!

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #5 on: April 11, 2014, 12:32:15 PM »

Each force of nature is a different type of motion in the ETHER.  All matter and energy manifest from the ETHER.

C

What is called "information" in todays scientific world, is actually just movement in the ETHER.  Calling it "information" is just a way of saying they don't know what it is.

Some types of movement are superluminal.  Like the black hole coupling of quantum entanglement, or actual ETHER displacement, as in Eugene Podkletnov's work.  He has measured his gravity beam device's impulse at 64c...64 times faster than light. 



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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2014, 08:42:04 AM »
I'm curious about one thing in science...  If there was a "big bang..." wouldn't ALL particles be entangled with all others?
"If the universe is made of mostly Dark Energy...can We use it to run Our cars?"

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #7 on: May 09, 2014, 09:53:03 AM »
I'm curious about one thing in science...  If there was a "big bang..." wouldn't ALL particles be entangled with all others?

I have thought about this.  If you accept the big bang theory, then entanglement would be a logical conclusion I think. 

And...if you think the ETHER is the energetic dimension of time, and EVERYTHING is connected in the super luminal ETHER...I think that is very much like entanglement. 

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #8 on: May 09, 2014, 12:48:26 PM »
O my, a lot of deep threads this week.
Yes i would think that's how it all works, are you singlehandedly trying to solve all life's mysteries at once? You must be mad, have some more gold ;D

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #9 on: May 09, 2014, 04:27:06 PM »

I had a pint of the stuff once, for some hobbyist activity, I've always liked the smell...
Reminds me of Victory V's. Do you have those in the US?
They are nice but they do make you feel a bit crook if you eat to many...
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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #10 on: May 09, 2014, 07:52:06 PM »
O my, a lot of deep threads this week.
Yes i would think that's how it all works, are you singlehandedly trying to solve all life's mysteries at once? You must be mad, have some more gold ;D

Mad?  I tell my friends I want to be a mad scientist and they say I am half way there!  lol



Yes, everything is entangled in the superluminal ETHER.  As Ben Rich said....it works because EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED! 

 When Rich was asked how UFO propulsion worked, he said, “Let me ask you. How does ESP work?” The questioner responded with, “All points in time and space are connected?” Rich then said, “That’s how it works!”


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It's physics, it's metaphysics...united in the ETHER. 

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #11 on: May 10, 2014, 11:57:44 PM »
I have thought about this.  If you accept the big bang theory, then entanglement would be a logical conclusion I think. 

And...if you think the ETHER is the energetic dimension of time, and EVERYTHING is connected in the super luminal ETHER...I think that is very much like entanglement. 

Cosmo

I had arrived at much the same conclusion.  [smile]
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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #12 on: May 11, 2014, 04:34:06 AM »
So Paul schatzkin is running the Fusor site?

Young minds indeed, maybe that's what we need here, us old folks are maybe too fixed in our ways of thinking, at least getting off the Flouride helps 8)

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #13 on: May 11, 2014, 05:03:48 AM »
So Paul schatzkin is running the Fusor site?

Young minds indeed, maybe that's what we need here, us old folks are maybe too fixed in our ways of thinking, at least getting off the Flouride helps 8)

Yes!  He was involved with it before the book deal with Linda. Paul caught the fusor bug after he wrote The Boy Who Invented Television...the story of Philo Farnsworth...it was Philo's attempt at a working, over unity fusion reactor.  It's the Farnsworth Fusor.    I think somewhere in the TT Brown story, there was an attempt to link TTB and Farnsworth, but I don't think that was ever substantiated...could be wrong.   

Doug Coulter likes to take the more experienced folks from the fusor site.  His site is:
http://www.coultersmithing.com/
There is a fusion forum there also.

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Re: The Polywell Nuclear Reactor
« Reply #14 on: May 11, 2014, 07:34:52 AM »
The link to brown may be the uranium centrafuges that he invented.
The fusor is active in canada as a working reactor.
They are using one foot of water as shielding.its just a matter of building a small one.
Not that hard to do.just a money issue.
We are all broke.lol.
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