General Relativity Proves HV Lifters' Create Significant Space-Time Curvature

Discussion in 'Alien Hub' started by Dejan Corovic, Mar 11, 2020.

1. Dejan CorovicNoble

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Oh, so we are all going to get free lectures in super over the horizon GR math. Nice.

So basically what @waitedavid137 is talking about is darling of conspiracy theorists, like us, Biefeld–Brown effect, that had been widely documented. Brown was sponsored by US Navy to perform large number of experiments in their laboratory, both under atmospheric pressure and strong vacuum. And it was claimed that experiments were success. Brown even went so far to refuse an interview on the basis that he signed non-disclosure-agreement with a company that purchased intellectual property rights and couldn't speak on the subject. That is in spite of the later NASA's experiment on the same topic, that was deemed failure, which was possibly just a coverup.

Videos do systematically get removed from youtube, so watch this soon. Here you can see Brown lab inside Navy's facilities, where he experimented with electrogravitics. Non-scientifically speaking, purely on human level, it remains a mystery what were T.T. Brown and his team celebrating with bottle of champagne? Was it possibly a reaching their intended goals with experiment? Unlike NASA that only went up to 40 kV, T.T. Brown went up to 200 kV.

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Apologies, I was stuck at work hours longer than expected, PLC issues I had to resolve, I'll try to get this going tonight but it might be tomorrow evening...

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3. Dejan CorovicNoble

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As far as HV Lifters and Brown-Biefeld effects go, UFO folklore offers plenty of evidence. Although UFO evidence can easily be dismissed as unreliable, those who understand physics will immediately notice the absence of many non-physical observations in more reliable testimonials.

In a few UFO books a strange phenomenon was described, that UFOs "squirt" columns of plasma like bright substance and than UFO crafts move towards the "squirted" column. That method of movement is extremely unexpected when we consider our reactive force propulsion systems, but it becomes a bit more understandable when what @waitedavid137 's GR solution and T.T. Brown's effect are taken into the account.

Famous French ufologist Dr. Jean-Pierre Petit, who is one of the most prominent plasma physicists in the world, provided this footage. There we can see UFO squirting plasma like substance towards the direction to which it will move:

Another documented case is from this chem-trail conspiracy YT channel. There is a guy in this world who spends days on end taking videos of chem-trails left behind airline passenger planes. Thanks to his patience we have few clips in which he caught an orb which, guess what, is "squirting" a beam ahead of itself only to move in that same direction afterwards:

And finally, the UFO researcher that this forum boundlessly loves to hate, Ray Standford himself. He photographed an UFO "squirting" a beam of plasma ahead of itself and this had been published in MUFON's journal:

In all fairness Ray Stanford got ripped off by a physicist Leik Myrabo who got funding to research his interpretation of why these beams are used, but he never mentioned that he got his ideas after Stanford had shown him the above photos. Myrabo never got a hint that this might be a relativistic effect, but he instead thought of heating air with lasers reflected from the bottom of an ascending craft. These are Myrabo's drawings:

... and wind tunnel tests performed with real models:

Myrabo later went on to create a launch vehicle that was shot with a hope of reaching orbit with laser, based off his interpretation of this idea.

So, not just that we now have lots of pretty pics of UFOs using a variation on HV Lifters and T.T. Brown's effect, we have explanation founded on modern physics compatible and derived from, none the less than Einstein's General Relativity, kindly provided by @waitedavid137 and others before him ( Papapetrou, A. (1948): "A static solution of the equations of the gravitational field for an arbitrary charge distribution", Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. A 51 191. / Majumdar, S D (1947). "A Class of Exact Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations". Physical Review. 72 (5): 390–398.
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4. nivekAs Above So Below

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Okay, I started setting up Latex, if you want to use it now I've opened access, I still need to refine it and have it pull from Latex resources on this server, but until I have that set up I have it linked to the Latex site...You can see the two new buttons above the reply box on the left, they will go to the bottom of the reply box soon...Click on either of those and a pop-up window appears to type in your equations and copy and paste the displayed formula back to your reply box here...I'm still looking at something more integrated but wanted to get something up quickly for you all to use in the time being...

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Glossing over Latex

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That's why you just did a very important thing here. It's probably some sort of bug Nivek will need to look into. Installing new plugins into xenforo is rarely ever a smooth transition.

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It appears that Latex want's us to code key in the proper equation then generate an image then post that image. I'm fine with that.

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Tee hee
seems to work fine

it even overlooked that I clearly forgot the . between * and FP it seems forgiving enough to allow people to even miscalculate.

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10. Dejan CorovicNoble

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But still image, no Latex code?

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Oh yeah, there is a lot more one can do with it, I just haven't figured it out yet..

It's the language I'm trying to figure out latexes library
Library Guides: LaTeX: A Brief Guide To LaTeX

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Test
R_{\mu \nu}-\frac{1}{2}g_{\mu \nu}R-\lambda g_{\mu \nu} = \frac{8\pi G}{c^4}T^{\mu \nu}

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$R_{\mu \nu}-\frac{1}{2}g_{\mu \nu}R-\lambda g_{\mu \nu} = \frac{8\pi G}{c^4}T^{\mu \nu}$

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$R_{\mu \nu}-\frac{1}{2}g_{\mu \nu}R-\lambda g_{\mu \nu} = \frac{8\pi G}{c^4}T^{\mu \nu}$

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So far I've only discovered how to compile an equation into an image and export it, there is more to the latex language though. It seems to use a basic Html format code.

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16. waitedavid137Honorable

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So basically we must create an image and then upload and share the image?
latex4technics.com/showimg?id=70e5&format=png&dpi=300&crop=1

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It seems so, However, This isn't the fault of Latex. I am studying more on exactly why it won't compile as it should. This is some limitation based upon my lack of experience in coding for latex. I'm all but sure it functions properly.

Here is an online Latex editor, that will give us the exact same errors, So, Online LaTeX Equation Editor - create, integrate and download

Our problem is a latex syntax error, I'm trying to work it out.

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Ok what am I missing?

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latex4technics.com/showimg?id=dbdet5&format=png&dpi=300&crop=1