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Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by humanoidlord, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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  2. Dejan Corovic

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    That's just 3D graphics. That has nothing in common with real UFOs.
     
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  3. Dejan Corovic

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    I don't know much abut this video, but it looks very genuine to me.
     
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  4. Gambeir

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    It's only as complicated as either physics or I can make it seem. Of the two mine is probably the simpler to understand when all is said and done. Now to begin with let's look at the assumptions; one, that you need a containment vessel, two that the gyroscopic inertial forces would exceed any ability to contain particles, charged or otherwise, but these ideas are based on conventional thinking, as well as unproven notions about the way things may actually work, and one of which is gravity.

    Gravity is magnetism, and it is likely that it is magnetism set to the correct orbital path of gyroscopic rotations acting upon motive electrons and nothing more: If applied at an atomic level this can result in what we here inside an already existing gravitational field would call levitation; as demonstrated by pyrolitic graphite when place over a suitably strong magnet.

    When the magnetic field is increased then it is reasonable to think that the strength of the gravitational field will also increase, and this increase is measured by the cube. Which brings us to the next assumption about gravity.

    That assumptions is what creates diamagnetism. Some materials like graphite are diamagnetic; that they are said to repel a magnetic field but is this at all logical? It is to say a diamagnetic material acts as a room temp sort of super conductor, that it acts as a super cooled piece of super conducting material would.


    Diamagnetic materials oppose magnetic fields without being magnetic: How? These materials are neither super cooled, nor superconductive, and neither are they actually prone to eject magnetic fields. Materials which are not superconductive are, in fact, still magnetic and can be measured.

    This says that a diamagnetic material has it's own magnetic field just like any other form of matter, but that it is also doing something else which non~diamagnetic materials do not do, and which super conductors do not do.

    To say that a diamagnetic material does what it does by rejecting or opposing a magnetic field does indicates that diamagnetic material interact against an exterior magnetic field as if they somehow were able to detect either pole of a poised magnet, and to then react alternatively to oppose that field, which is highly unlikely, and so a more logical deduction might be that all diamagnetic matter already have an existing micro~gravitational field. It would therefore be a mistaken idea that the electrons in some material, such as pyrolitic graphite, are somehow induced to suddenly become superconducting like without being superconducting, and or producing eddy currents such that the otherwise un~powered and non~supercooled chip of inanimate matter begins levitating. Therefore an alternative explanation might exist.

    Isn't it more logical to suppose that graphite and other diamagnetic materials are actually exhibiting a gravitational field of their own? Isn't it actually a nonsensical notion to think that a magnetic field could induce an opposed magnetic field in a material which is itself not magnetic, or in some instances neither magnetic nor even a conductor of electricity and are therefore both diamagnetic and dielectric.

    A more sensible and logical deduction might be that the magnetic field flowing in to diamagnetic material, such as graphite for example, might instead by akin to powering up the gravitation field of that material? Could magnetism itself be the empowering energy that creates the reaction by transferring part of it's own magnetic field to that of another weaker magnetic field which is inside an existing micro~gravitational field? If that's what's going on then the so called opposing or repelling magnetic field is actually created by an opposed gravitational field, and which is then repelling itself away from one linked together by the existing magnetic field link which formed between the two masses! One would have been the one giving part of itself to the other, and independently of the gravitational field commonly thought of as being diamagnetic.

    A supporting bit of evidence of an independence of gravitational field in diamagnetic materials such as graphite is that it can be steered by laser light , and since light creates heat, it's the heat which weakens the magnetic field in a specific location and results in causing dipping in the direction of weakened magnetic influence.


    I don't think that's necessary and if you did it would probably be very upsetting for all involved. Why are you making that assumption? You don't need to recreate the relative mass of the entire planet, only the mass relative to the mass of the material you wish to levitate is what is called for, or alternatively you might find a way to decrease the mass as has been hypothetically formulated. A soap bubble levitates does it not? It is highly unlikely that one would need to get remotely near the speed of light to induce a sufficiently strong enough gravitational field to become useful.


    Let's first get to the gravitational solution and then worry about steering, after all, you're telling me it isn't going anywhere in the first place right? Lol~ sort of a double meaning there.


    Well I can see right away what the problem is; you boy's just need some military oversight where, one, failure is not an option and, two, there's always an alternative solution to every problem, and, three, force multiplier is a law that trumps all others: refer back to number 2 in the chain of problem solving solutions when necessary.


    Seriously I have no idea if anything I've written is the least bit logical to you or anyone else, but seems entirely reasonable to me right about now, however my eyes are starting to do 360 degree brodies, and I find myself becoming annoyed, so I'm going to have to call it quit's but hopefully this provides some entertainment and things to think about.
     
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  5. Dejan Corovic

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    Wow. You are a new Einstein. Do you care to share how did you get that one?

    I think you are in an urgent need of reality check. Do you have a faintest idea about how much 'magnetism' do you need to pull off just 1g? Can you please show us your calculations, that would support what you are talking about.

    Well, if your spaceship is visiting Earth to chase some abductees, than you need to produce at least 1g. That is, if you want just to hover in one spot and wait for air deffence to come and blow you up. If you want to avoid inevitable mingle with Earthlings' military, you'll be in a dire need of 10g++.

    Producing 0.000001g would be of a great value in laboratory, though.
     
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  6. Gambeir

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    Not unless you care to stop insulting.

    You don't need pure magnetic G force. Reread the post. You're not following. This is about gyroscopic force of moment multipliers which one would rationally think might involve magnetism. I think you're not following is all.


    1G force is the same as sitting in a chair.
     
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  7. Niku120

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    genuine definitely. the origin though I believe is ET, in fact i'm sure of it.
    outside chance it could be secret terrestrial craft.

    welcome to the forum btw!
     
  8. humanoidlord

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    i am sorry, but this is a know old cgi fake that has been in the internet since at least 2008
    if you pause the video frame by frame when it disappears you can see the UFO briefly glitch out
    also solid UFOs flashing off and disappearing aren't quite common, most times you will hear of them becoming trasnparent or dematerializing
     
  9. Niku120

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    do you have a link to the original? something? never saw any debunking of this video before.
     
  10. humanoidlord

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    i don't remenber where to find it anymore, just that back in 2008-2009 there were a bunch of links talking about how its fake
    maybe some of the internet wizards here can help us?
     
  11. Niku120

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    not enough there to convince me sorry dude real deal!
     
  12. humanoidlord

    humanoidlord ce3 researcher

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    i ain't lying
     
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  13. Dejan Corovic

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    Would it be possible for you to capture the exact frame where you think it glitches out and post it here, or at least tell me the video time where it happens so I can have a look.
     
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  14. humanoidlord

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    somewhere in the 0:55 to 0:56 period
    also i noticed another anomaly: the UFO doesn't follows the camera panning around, making it jerk around in the sky
     
  15. Niku120

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    didnt say you did dude maybe the skeptics u heard it from were lying.
     
  16. humanoidlord

    humanoidlord ce3 researcher

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    well i do remenber the svreenshot the post showed of the glitch
     
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  17. Niku120

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    I dont understand what are you saying? its stuck?
     
  18. humanoidlord

    humanoidlord ce3 researcher

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    yes, its stuck to a specific point in the sky
    a common cgi error
     
  19. Niku120

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    whats time in the video when you see it?
     
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    Wrong doesn't briefly anything, it disappears doesn't come back.
     

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