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John Ayres
2010-02-20 10:51:53 EST
How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
Technologies

To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
you would be so kind, please.

Please check this link.

http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm

That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.

Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
according to my latest info.

Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?

Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
range, three or four, I think.

Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
you build your first UFO.

It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
lightyears in diameter.

Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.

It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
five million light years in diameter.

Ha. He thinks we are a fool.

Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
to go.

You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
why you need these two gravitation related fields.

How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
That is for another paper. Sorry.

This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.

Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.

Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.

Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?

The answer is, yes.

If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.

Well, tell me. How do I get this going?

To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
explode.

With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.

What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
energies and evenutally, they light up.

Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.

You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.

For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
the harder it will be to conduce it.

But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
beam technology.

To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
such as a space ship.

You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
superconductor, sub atomic particles included.

At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.

To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
flush with the nose of the ship.

You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.

Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
across intergalactic space without them.

This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.

It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.

The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.

I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.

I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
strain, I figured out what is going on.

By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
expect, they are all functioning properly.

I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
demonstration ride.

By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
house, that is of about the same size.

You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
volts.

Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
get your five hundred million volts.

Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
pieces, and the schematics, etc.
Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.

Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.

I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
a little tired.

Signing Off,

John Ayres



John Ayres
2010-02-20 12:39:01 EST
On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>Technologies
>
>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>you would be so kind, please.
>
>Please check this link.
>
>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>
>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>
>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>according to my latest info.
>
>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>
>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>range, three or four, I think.
>
>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>you build your first UFO.
>
>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>lightyears in diameter.
>
>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>
>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>five million light years in diameter.
>
>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>
>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>to go.
>
>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>
>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>
>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>
>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>
>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>
>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>
>The answer is, yes.
>
>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>
>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>
>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>explode.
>
>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>
>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>
>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>
>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>
>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>
>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>beam technology.
>
>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>such as a space ship.
>
>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>
>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>
>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>flush with the nose of the ship.
>
>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>
>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>across intergalactic space without them.
>
>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>
>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>
>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>
>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>
>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>
>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>
>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>demonstration ride.
>
>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>house, that is of about the same size.
>
>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>volts.
>
>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>get your five hundred million volts.
>
>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>
>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>
>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>a little tired.
>
>Signing Off,
>
>John Ayres
>

How To Develop A Gravitational Field

A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
particles.

A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
ship.

A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
buffer around you and your ship.

If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
space craft you wish to build.

If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
pushing force against the top side of your space craft.

You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.

I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
relatively quickly.

Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
Washington DC.

By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
them, had one.

France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
French military.

My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
probably forever.)

Cheers!

John Ayres


John Ayres
2010-02-20 18:49:20 EST
On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>Technologies
>>
>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>you would be so kind, please.
>>
>>Please check this link.
>>
>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>
>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>
>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>according to my latest info.
>>
>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>
>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>range, three or four, I think.
>>
>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>you build your first UFO.
>>
>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>lightyears in diameter.
>>
>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>
>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>five million light years in diameter.
>>
>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>
>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>to go.
>>
>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>
>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>
>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>
>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>
>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>
>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>
>>The answer is, yes.
>>
>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>
>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>
>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>explode.
>>
>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>
>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>
>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>
>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>
>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>
>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>beam technology.
>>
>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>such as a space ship.
>>
>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>
>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>
>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>
>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>
>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>
>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>
>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>
>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>
>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>
>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>
>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>
>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>demonstration ride.
>>
>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>
>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>volts.
>>
>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>
>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>
>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>
>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>a little tired.
>>
>>Signing Off,
>>
>>John Ayres
>>
>
>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>
>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>particles.
>
>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>ship.
>
>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>buffer around you and your ship.
>
>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>space craft you wish to build.
>
>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>
>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>
>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>relatively quickly.
>
>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>Washington DC.
>
>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>them, had one.
>
>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>French military.
>
>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>probably forever.)
>
>Cheers!
>
>John Ayres

Particle Physics - A Few Notes

Question: How do you slow down a space craft?

Answer: With your thumb, if it is not moving very fast.

Best Answer: There may be many ways to slow down a space craft, but
one here I'll mention is to just bring down the positively charged
thruster voltages for energies traveling through the superconductor
forward thrusters. As you do that, a counter force will develop in the
superconductor, the transducer. The luminosity of the superconductor
will decline as the counterforce increases. With fewer and fewer
incoming energy particles, the counter force will slowly reach a
static level of conductivity.

At or at about the same time you started the first proceedure, turn on
your reverse direction propulsion system and you will get reverse
thrust that should slow your space craft to a complete stop. Please
turn on the reverse thrusters, slowly, and cautiously, and be very
careful you keep your space craft in one piece. If you push a high
positively charged electrical energy current through the reverse
thrust superconductors the space craft won't be good for anything but
scrap as it will fall to pieces. When it slows down all the way, the
craft may begin moving backwards in a reverse manner, if you overdo
the reverse direction superconductor thruster(s). It will take some
experience on your part to get it right, and a whole lot of
booklearning, too.

Question: How Do You Get A Space Craft To Glitter And Glow Purplish
and Violet Colors

Answer: The antigravity superconductor overhead plate should have
about 650,000 amperes of negatively charged electricity pushed through
the negative side of it.

At the same time, the positive gravity conductor below your feet
should have 650,000 positively charged amperes to the power of 10
(ten) driven through its positive side.

When you do this, the ship will begin to glitter and glow, violet to
purple energies all over it, arching and sparking. You may wish to
take a photo of it, as it is very awesome, and I am not exagerating.
There is nothing to worry about, except for the passengers. The
passengers should take the necessary steps to ground themselves inside
the space craft so as to not become a conductor of electrical
energies.

Normally, these plates are separated by thirty feet or more, and all
precautions are taken to make sure the passengers are properly
grounded.

If the hull of the ship and it's wings if it has any are made of a
nice, shiny metal, it will look very pretty.

This will set up a gravitational field that stretches from here on
planet Earth, to a little past Pluto. It's all you need as far as
gravitational fields are concerned for put putting around our solar
system.

Question: How Do You Set Up A Real Time TransGalactical
Telecommunications System?

Answer: You will need about fifty million volts of positively charged
electricity for sending, and about the same amount of negatively
charged electricity for recieving, as you are going to send your
signal across the Milky Way, and past the next five galaxies in real
time in an attempt to find someone to talk to.

You will need two rectifiers. One for encoding voice signals from you
through a microphone, to the encoding rectifier that is powered by
positive electrical energies, and one for decoding the return signals
that will be charged with negatively charged energy particles.

To explain, briefly. Sub atomic particles go zipping out, positively
charged, and about halfway to the listener, if the transmitter is set
properly for the correct distance, they do a shift, and they lose
their positivity. They then become negatively charged. This is just
how it works in particle physics, and there are reasons, so when you
get your textbooks written for you, you can study more about this.

You also need a bunch of sub atomic sized genius particles, who are
very handsome and cute, the ladies, that is. You can get this resource
by putting down by the rectifier, a gold coin, or a platinum bracelet,
a silver necklace, and so forth. The gold sub atomic particles are
fairly speedy, and do their work well, so that is really all you need
in terms of sub atomic worker helpers assisting you in your
telecommunications activities.

These little particles, you will think I'm nutso, saying this, but
these tiny particles are alive, and so I say, the men are handsome,
and the women are cute. Actually, discerning their sexual identity is
another lesson in particle physics.

Did you know that molecules are also alive. Well they are, and we just
don't know how they do it, but they are bathed in radiations that
allow them to feed themselves. I suppose they poo poo, too, but I
won't get into that, right now.

Once you put down by the rectifier a piece of gold, for instance, that
resource will be used up slowly by the fifty million volts of
positively charged energies as they move swiftly through the positive
side of a super conductor, a transducer and pull the speedy gold
subatomic kids with the electrical energies kids.

Well, this may sound funny, but this is how it works in our universe.
I mentioned before that there were subatomic particles ranging at
around twenty five million. I don't want to scare you away, but that
is only the begining. In different parts of our universe, different
elements are available in greater or lesser supplies, or maybe in
nearly amounts, or possibly none at all. As you discover the new
element kids in our big universe, you start to realize that the
numbers of sub atomic elements kids are a little bit more than I
stated. There are particles of all types and sizes. Recognizing them,
once you learn how that is done, will help you to utilize the best
ones for your particular activity, whether it is intergalactic
communication, or transuniversal communication. That is, from one end
of the universe to the other. You can do it, that is, make a phone
call to the other side of our universe, if you find the speedier kids
in our universe, and there are a lot of them, off hand, here on Earth,
we can start with about twenty five thousand of them, and you haven't
met the really exotic ones, yet.

Sub atomic particles also get smaller in size, the more you look for
them to find out what they are up to. As they get smaller, and this is
not a joke, they increase in numbers. Anyway, they are all alive, too,
and all the kids in the universe, the molecular kids on down to the
sub atomic kids, to down to the tinier kids than them, and so on, they
are all alive, and doing well, and you'll find out one day about some
very interesting groups of kids, for example, the ones who are there
who tell you how to get from point a to point b. They are all over our
universe, and it is a true web or infrastructure design arrangement of
blinking lights, and signalling kids, and who knows what else, but
they will get a nice space ship compass to react and to point in the
direction in which you want to go, if you don't want to get lost. By
the way, they all have special signatures. They make sounds of this
kind or of that kind, or they move in this way, or that way, and if
you get technical about it, there are ways to find their harmonics,
and when you identify some of them by their harmonics, that will help
you to identify them with more certainty. Reading their signatures
aids scientists in identifying them.

Getting back to our discussion about intergalactic communication, your
recieving end should be powered up by fifty million negatively charged
volts of electricity through the negative side of a superconductor.
That will help the little children find their way into your reciever
set. You need to run a negatively charged rectifier along with it.
With that set up, your energies kids will come running back to you,
through your superconductor, and into your decoding negatively charged
rectifier.

That's kind of a beginner's guide to long distance communication
technology. The scientists among you will be able to figure it out.

Be careful, again, and don't electrocute yourself, as that hurts, and
you may stop breathing, and someone will have to call 911, and you may
end up in a hospital for a recovery.

John Ayres

John Ayres
2010-02-21 20:38:30 EST
On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>Technologies
>>
>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>you would be so kind, please.
>>
>>Please check this link.
>>
>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>
>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>
>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>according to my latest info.
>>
>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>
>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>range, three or four, I think.
>>
>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>you build your first UFO.
>>
>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>lightyears in diameter.
>>
>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>
>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>five million light years in diameter.
>>
>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>
>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>to go.
>>
>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>
>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>
>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>
>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>
>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>
>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>
>>The answer is, yes.
>>
>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>
>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>
>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>explode.
>>
>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>
>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>
>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>
>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>
>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>
>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>beam technology.
>>
>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>such as a space ship.
>>
>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>
>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>
>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>
>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>
>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>
>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>
>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>
>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>
>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>
>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>
>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>
>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>demonstration ride.
>>
>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>
>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>volts.
>>
>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>
>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>
>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>
>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>a little tired.
>>
>>Signing Off,
>>
>>John Ayres
>>
>
>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>
>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>particles.
>
>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>ship.
>
>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>buffer around you and your ship.
>
>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>space craft you wish to build.
>
>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>
>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>
>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>relatively quickly.
>
>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>Washington DC.
>
>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>them, had one.
>
>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>French military.
>
>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>probably forever.)
>
>Cheers!
>
>John Ayres

A Few Notes On Space Travel, 02/21/10

Question: What are good or useful sub atomic super particles to use if
you want forward thrust propulsion, or backward thrust propulsion,
sideways thrust propulsion, hoovering thrust propulsion, turning
thrust propulsion, and so on.

Answer: Lead supplies them and so does Iron. There are others, as
well. Steel is one. Steel sub atomic super particles are faster, a
little bit, than the sub atomic super particles in lead. But lead sub
atomic superparticles are very strong, and have huge muscles to flex,
and get the forward thrust propulsion job done, well.

If you wish to put put around our solar system, you should plan on
bringing a few ingots of lead for propulsion.

It is probably a good idea to not use steel for the hull of your ship,
or for much else in your ship. Otherwise, your ship's hull will slowly
lose the internal subatomic super particles, and it will become
lighter and flimsy. Titanium is useful for a strong hull. Use steel,
iron, or lead for propulsion, for example, and you can use a
molybedeum / titanium alloy for the hull. Molybedeum and titanium work
very well together as an alloy and it is very strong.

The subatomic super particles the tiny genius kids in the lead or iron
will come speeding out of the sub atomic worlds at such a furious rate
of speed, they will smash, one after another, their heads into the
counter force barrier inside the superconductor transducer. Steel kids
are not good to use if you plan to use a molybedeum / titanium hull.

There is a phenomenon called "wash out" and steel super kids tend to
wash out, or wear away, or cause to lose the integral strength of the
titanium / molybedeum alloy kids.

Question: What thickness of hull do you need for your Volkswagen
minibus spaceship if you want to make sure it does not get ripped
apart by forward thrusting propulsion or reverse thrusting propulsion
activities?

Answer: About a seven foot thick titanium molybedeum alloy hull will
be sufficient given the specs so far.

Question: Should we be concerned about molecular weights measurements
when flying or when put putting through space in our Volkswagen
minibus?

Answer: Yes.

Question: Why is that?

Answer: Because, molecular weights change as speeds increase.

Question: Why is that important?

Answer: Because as molecular weights change, you will begin to feel
ill, and you may even die. You need monitor and change the
gravitational and antigravitational forces to maintain a steady
molecular weight environment if, as you are traveling along, you wish
to feel alright, and not throw up, or worse. In a worse case scenario,
a person can die if the molecular weights go too far one way, or too
far the other or the ship itself can collapse in on itself. So, for a
short hop down to the local McDonald's restaruant, you don't need to
worry too much about your gravitational and antigravitational
environment, if you take it nice and slowly. However, if you plan to
speed, you had better be careful that you have a correctly balanced
gravitational and antigravitaional environment.

Please note. After building your space ship, when you begin to get
accustomed to sitting and working inside the space craft before you
take off, and you might as well give it a few days to several days, to
get adjusted, you will get sea legs for a few days, as it takes some
time for you to get adjusted to the slightly different from planet
Earth gravitational and antigravitational environment inside the space
ship. Once adusted, you are free for take off.

Question: What do we need to do as a first step?

Answer: Get a map.

Question: What do we need to do as a step prior to the first step?

Answer: Oh, I suppose several things. One is to get into contact with
that little galaxy, about the size of a cuff button, or white shirt
button, down to the south from my apartment complex, almost due south,
that is about 40 degrees high in the slighly past dusk night sky in
early March. I saw it in 2005. Where it is now, I haven't looked to
see but I suppose it is still down in that general direction.

Question: Why Is That?

Answer: Because, you will need to talk to somebody there to learn what
the technologies are that you will need to use to be able to download
in binary code, for instance, for what ever it is that you are going
to put together for a map of our universe with all of it's
coordinates. In our universe, when we fly around, we don't have a
compass that points to the north, south, east and west directions. We
are at the center of a transparent, globe, and we find our way to
other places by first locating our coordinates, and then, secondly, by
locating our destination's coordinates.

You scientists will be able to figure all of this out, easily, once
you get into contact with our neighbors to the south.

It is tricky driving out there, so sometimes you'll need to veer
right, or sometimes, you'll need to head for the deck, that is, go in
a downward direction, or sometimes you'll need to head for the
ceiling, that is, go in a direction that gets you climbing upwardsly,
and so forth.

It's a kind of spirally little grey galaxy that you want to find south
of me, that's a little fluffy, and you can see it with the naked eye.
There are two other galaxies stacked up one on top of the other,
nearly, in a row, almost, in that same area, and the fluffy one seems
to be the nearest one.

There are many human civilizations with reciever sets turned on and
just waiting to pick up calls from people like you and me. I won't be
on the phone with them, anytime, soon, but I hope you or somebody you
know, will. They will help you with every thing from A to Z, and
beyond.

They use the galactic consortium system down there in that fluffy
galaxy south of me, and some one there ought to be able to speak a
language someone on this planet can speak, and understand. You can
record your conversations, and different people, such as native,
indigenous people there, and others, can volunteer one after another
to give a sample of their speech to you over the phone line linkup.
Eventually, someone will understand one or more of the volunteers'
speech. Once you get the communication window open, then I'm sure they
will be very courteous, and attentive, and gladly willing to help you
out with your requests for information.

Once you get into contact with them, after you get acquainted, ask
them about the one world unified global planetary system, the one
world government system, how to work on getting it started up on this
planet, and how to join a galactic consortium, perhaps theirs. They
have all the information you need on these subjects, and others. They
also have schematics for nice space crafts you can build on a NASA, or
BOEING, or Airbus budget. They will be more than happy to see that you
get all the information that you ask for.

Please remember to follow all the posted speed limits, if you happen
to see any signs.

John Ayres

John Ayres
2010-02-22 00:11:57 EST
On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 17:38:30 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>
>>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>>Technologies
>>>
>>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>>you would be so kind, please.
>>>
>>>Please check this link.
>>>
>>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>>
>>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>>
>>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>>according to my latest info.
>>>
>>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>>
>>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>>range, three or four, I think.
>>>
>>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>>you build your first UFO.
>>>
>>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>>lightyears in diameter.
>>>
>>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>>
>>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>>five million light years in diameter.
>>>
>>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>>
>>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>>to go.
>>>
>>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>>
>>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>>
>>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>>
>>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>>
>>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>>
>>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>>
>>>The answer is, yes.
>>>
>>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>>
>>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>>
>>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>>explode.
>>>
>>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>>
>>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>>
>>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>>
>>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>>
>>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>>
>>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>>beam technology.
>>>
>>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>>such as a space ship.
>>>
>>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>>
>>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>>
>>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>>
>>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>>
>>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>>
>>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>>
>>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>>
>>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>>
>>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>>
>>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>>
>>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>>
>>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>>demonstration ride.
>>>
>>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>>
>>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>>volts.
>>>
>>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>>
>>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>>
>>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>>
>>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>>a little tired.
>>>
>>>Signing Off,
>>>
>>>John Ayres
>>>
>>
>>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>>
>>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>>particles.
>>
>>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>>ship.
>>
>>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>>buffer around you and your ship.
>>
>>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>>space craft you wish to build.
>>
>>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>>
>>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>>
>>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>>relatively quickly.
>>
>>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>>Washington DC.
>>
>>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>>them, had one.
>>
>>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>>French military.
>>
>>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>>probably forever.)
>>
>>Cheers!
>>
>>John Ayres
>
>A Few Notes On Space Travel, 02/21/10
>
>Question: What are good or useful sub atomic super particles to use if
>you want forward thrust propulsion, or backward thrust propulsion,
>sideways thrust propulsion, hoovering thrust propulsion, turning
>thrust propulsion, and so on.
>
>Answer: Lead supplies them and so does Iron. There are others, as
>well. Steel is one. Steel sub atomic super particles are faster, a
>little bit, than the sub atomic super particles in lead. But lead sub
>atomic superparticles are very strong, and have huge muscles to flex,
>and get the forward thrust propulsion job done, well.
>
>If you wish to put put around our solar system, you should plan on
>bringing a few ingots of lead for propulsion.
>
>It is probably a good idea to not use steel for the hull of your ship,
>or for much else in your ship. Otherwise, your ship's hull will slowly
>lose the internal subatomic super particles, and it will become
>lighter and flimsy. Titanium is useful for a strong hull. Use steel,
>iron, or lead for propulsion, for example, and you can use a
>molybedeum / titanium alloy for the hull. Molybedeum and titanium work
>very well together as an alloy and it is very strong.
>
>The subatomic super particles the tiny genius kids in the lead or iron
>will come speeding out of the sub atomic worlds at such a furious rate
>of speed, they will smash, one after another, their heads into the
>counter force barrier inside the superconductor transducer. Steel kids
>are not good to use if you plan to use a molybedeum / titanium hull.
>
>There is a phenomenon called "wash out" and steel super kids tend to
>wash out, or wear away, or cause to lose the integral strength of the
>titanium / molybedeum alloy kids.
>
>Question: What thickness of hull do you need for your Volkswagen
>minibus spaceship if you want to make sure it does not get ripped
>apart by forward thrusting propulsion or reverse thrusting propulsion
>activities?
>
>Answer: About a seven foot thick titanium molybedeum alloy hull will
>be sufficient given the specs so far.
>
>Question: Should we be concerned about molecular weights measurements
>when flying or when put putting through space in our Volkswagen
>minibus?
>
>Answer: Yes.
>
>Question: Why is that?
>
>Answer: Because, molecular weights change as speeds increase.
>
>Question: Why is that important?
>
>Answer: Because as molecular weights change, you will begin to feel
>ill, and you may even die. You need monitor and change the
>gravitational and antigravitational forces to maintain a steady
>molecular weight environment if, as you are traveling along, you wish
>to feel alright, and not throw up, or worse. In a worse case scenario,
>a person can die if the molecular weights go too far one way, or too
>far the other or the ship itself can collapse in on itself. So, for a
>short hop down to the local McDonald's restaruant, you don't need to
>worry too much about your gravitational and antigravitational
>environment, if you take it nice and slowly. However, if you plan to
>speed, you had better be careful that you have a correctly balanced
>gravitational and antigravitaional environment.
>
>Please note. After building your space ship, when you begin to get
>accustomed to sitting and working inside the space craft before you
>take off, and you might as well give it a few days to several days, to
>get adjusted, you will get sea legs for a few days, as it takes some
>time for you to get adjusted to the slightly different from planet
>Earth gravitational and antigravitational environment inside the space
>ship. Once adusted, you are free for take off.
>
>Question: What do we need to do as a first step?
>
>Answer: Get a map.
>
>Question: What do we need to do as a step prior to the first step?
>
>Answer: Oh, I suppose several things. One is to get into contact with
>that little galaxy, about the size of a cuff button, or white shirt
>button, down to the south from my apartment complex, almost due south,
>that is about 40 degrees high in the slighly past dusk night sky in
>early March. I saw it in 2005. Where it is now, I haven't looked to
>see but I suppose it is still down in that general direction.
>
>Question: Why Is That?
>
>Answer: Because, you will need to talk to somebody there to learn what
>the technologies are that you will need to use to be able to download
>in binary code, for instance, for what ever it is that you are going
>to put together for a map of our universe with all of it's
>coordinates. In our universe, when we fly around, we don't have a
>compass that points to the north, south, east and west directions. We
>are at the center of a transparent, globe, and we find our way to
>other places by first locating our coordinates, and then, secondly, by
>locating our destination's coordinates.
>
>You scientists will be able to figure all of this out, easily, once
>you get into contact with our neighbors to the south.
>
>It is tricky driving out there, so sometimes you'll need to veer
>right, or sometimes, you'll need to head for the deck, that is, go in
>a downward direction, or sometimes you'll need to head for the
>ceiling, that is, go in a direction that gets you climbing upwardsly,
>and so forth.
>
>It's a kind of spirally little grey galaxy that you want to find south
>of me, that's a little fluffy, and you can see it with the naked eye.
>There are two other galaxies stacked up one on top of the other,
>nearly, in a row, almost, in that same area, and the fluffy one seems
>to be the nearest one.
>
>There are many human civilizations with reciever sets turned on and
>just waiting to pick up calls from people like you and me. I won't be
>on the phone with them, anytime, soon, but I hope you or somebody you
>know, will. They will help you with every thing from A to Z, and
>beyond.
>
>They use the galactic consortium system down there in that fluffy
>galaxy south of me, and some one there ought to be able to speak a
>language someone on this planet can speak, and understand. You can
>record your conversations, and different people, such as native,
>indigenous people there, and others, can volunteer one after another
>to give a sample of their speech to you over the phone line linkup.
>Eventually, someone will understand one or more of the volunteers'
>speech. Once you get the communication window open, then I'm sure they
>will be very courteous, and attentive, and gladly willing to help you
>out with your requests for information.
>
>Once you get into contact with them, after you get acquainted, ask
>them about the one world unified global planetary system, the one
>world government system, how to work on getting it started up on this
>planet, and how to join a galactic consortium, perhaps theirs. They
>have all the information you need on these subjects, and others. They
>also have schematics for nice space crafts you can build on a NASA, or
>BOEING, or Airbus budget. They will be more than happy to see that you
>get all the information that you ask for.
>
>Please remember to follow all the posted speed limits, if you happen
>to see any signs.
>
>John Ayres

A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications

Superconductors And Their Counterforce

Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications

Signal Carriers

Gold, low counterforce
Nickle, ultra low counterforece
Note: Nickle is very eratic
Beryl ultra low counterforce
Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
Note: Diamond is very eratic
Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
Platinum, medium high counterforce
Silver, high counterforce
Copper, high counterforce
Lead, super ultra high counterforce
Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead

Subatomic Superparticles Resources

Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
superconductor.

John Ayres

John Ayres
2010-02-22 00:38:06 EST
On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:11:57 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 17:38:30 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>
>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>
>>>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>>>Technologies
>>>>
>>>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>>>you would be so kind, please.
>>>>
>>>>Please check this link.
>>>>
>>>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>>>
>>>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>>>
>>>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>>>according to my latest info.
>>>>
>>>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>>>
>>>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>>>range, three or four, I think.
>>>>
>>>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>>>you build your first UFO.
>>>>
>>>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>>>lightyears in diameter.
>>>>
>>>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>>>
>>>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>>>five million light years in diameter.
>>>>
>>>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>>>
>>>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>>>to go.
>>>>
>>>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>>>
>>>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>>>
>>>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>>>
>>>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>>>
>>>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>>>
>>>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>>>
>>>>The answer is, yes.
>>>>
>>>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>>>
>>>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>>>
>>>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>>>explode.
>>>>
>>>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>>>
>>>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>>>
>>>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>>>
>>>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>>>
>>>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>>>
>>>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>>>beam technology.
>>>>
>>>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>>>such as a space ship.
>>>>
>>>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>>>
>>>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>>>
>>>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>>>
>>>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>>>
>>>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>>>
>>>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>>>
>>>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>>>
>>>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>>>
>>>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>>>
>>>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>>>
>>>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>>>
>>>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>>>demonstration ride.
>>>>
>>>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>>>
>>>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>>>volts.
>>>>
>>>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>>>
>>>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>>>
>>>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>>>
>>>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>>>a little tired.
>>>>
>>>>Signing Off,
>>>>
>>>>John Ayres
>>>>
>>>
>>>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>>>
>>>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>>>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>>>particles.
>>>
>>>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>>>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>>>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>>>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>>>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>>>ship.
>>>
>>>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>>>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>>>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>>>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>>>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>>>buffer around you and your ship.
>>>
>>>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>>>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>>>space craft you wish to build.
>>>
>>>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>>>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>>>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>>>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>>>
>>>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>>>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>>>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>>>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>>>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>>>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>>>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>>>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>>>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>>>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>>>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>>>
>>>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>>>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>>>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>>>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>>>relatively quickly.
>>>
>>>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>>>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>>>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>>>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>>>Washington DC.
>>>
>>>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>>>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>>>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>>>them, had one.
>>>
>>>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>>>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>>>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>>>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>>>French military.
>>>
>>>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>>>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>>>probably forever.)
>>>
>>>Cheers!
>>>
>>>John Ayres
>>
>>A Few Notes On Space Travel, 02/21/10
>>
>>Question: What are good or useful sub atomic super particles to use if
>>you want forward thrust propulsion, or backward thrust propulsion,
>>sideways thrust propulsion, hoovering thrust propulsion, turning
>>thrust propulsion, and so on.
>>
>>Answer: Lead supplies them and so does Iron. There are others, as
>>well. Steel is one. Steel sub atomic super particles are faster, a
>>little bit, than the sub atomic super particles in lead. But lead sub
>>atomic superparticles are very strong, and have huge muscles to flex,
>>and get the forward thrust propulsion job done, well.
>>
>>If you wish to put put around our solar system, you should plan on
>>bringing a few ingots of lead for propulsion.
>>
>>It is probably a good idea to not use steel for the hull of your ship,
>>or for much else in your ship. Otherwise, your ship's hull will slowly
>>lose the internal subatomic super particles, and it will become
>>lighter and flimsy. Titanium is useful for a strong hull. Use steel,
>>iron, or lead for propulsion, for example, and you can use a
>>molybedeum / titanium alloy for the hull. Molybedeum and titanium work
>>very well together as an alloy and it is very strong.
>>
>>The subatomic super particles the tiny genius kids in the lead or iron
>>will come speeding out of the sub atomic worlds at such a furious rate
>>of speed, they will smash, one after another, their heads into the
>>counter force barrier inside the superconductor transducer. Steel kids
>>are not good to use if you plan to use a molybedeum / titanium hull.
>>
>>There is a phenomenon called "wash out" and steel super kids tend to
>>wash out, or wear away, or cause to lose the integral strength of the
>>titanium / molybedeum alloy kids.
>>
>>Question: What thickness of hull do you need for your Volkswagen
>>minibus spaceship if you want to make sure it does not get ripped
>>apart by forward thrusting propulsion or reverse thrusting propulsion
>>activities?
>>
>>Answer: About a seven foot thick titanium molybedeum alloy hull will
>>be sufficient given the specs so far.
>>
>>Question: Should we be concerned about molecular weights measurements
>>when flying or when put putting through space in our Volkswagen
>>minibus?
>>
>>Answer: Yes.
>>
>>Question: Why is that?
>>
>>Answer: Because, molecular weights change as speeds increase.
>>
>>Question: Why is that important?
>>
>>Answer: Because as molecular weights change, you will begin to feel
>>ill, and you may even die. You need monitor and change the
>>gravitational and antigravitational forces to maintain a steady
>>molecular weight environment if, as you are traveling along, you wish
>>to feel alright, and not throw up, or worse. In a worse case scenario,
>>a person can die if the molecular weights go too far one way, or too
>>far the other or the ship itself can collapse in on itself. So, for a
>>short hop down to the local McDonald's restaruant, you don't need to
>>worry too much about your gravitational and antigravitational
>>environment, if you take it nice and slowly. However, if you plan to
>>speed, you had better be careful that you have a correctly balanced
>>gravitational and antigravitaional environment.
>>
>>Please note. After building your space ship, when you begin to get
>>accustomed to sitting and working inside the space craft before you
>>take off, and you might as well give it a few days to several days, to
>>get adjusted, you will get sea legs for a few days, as it takes some
>>time for you to get adjusted to the slightly different from planet
>>Earth gravitational and antigravitational environment inside the space
>>ship. Once adusted, you are free for take off.
>>
>>Question: What do we need to do as a first step?
>>
>>Answer: Get a map.
>>
>>Question: What do we need to do as a step prior to the first step?
>>
>>Answer: Oh, I suppose several things. One is to get into contact with
>>that little galaxy, about the size of a cuff button, or white shirt
>>button, down to the south from my apartment complex, almost due south,
>>that is about 40 degrees high in the slighly past dusk night sky in
>>early March. I saw it in 2005. Where it is now, I haven't looked to
>>see but I suppose it is still down in that general direction.
>>
>>Question: Why Is That?
>>
>>Answer: Because, you will need to talk to somebody there to learn what
>>the technologies are that you will need to use to be able to download
>>in binary code, for instance, for what ever it is that you are going
>>to put together for a map of our universe with all of it's
>>coordinates. In our universe, when we fly around, we don't have a
>>compass that points to the north, south, east and west directions. We
>>are at the center of a transparent, globe, and we find our way to
>>other places by first locating our coordinates, and then, secondly, by
>>locating our destination's coordinates.
>>
>>You scientists will be able to figure all of this out, easily, once
>>you get into contact with our neighbors to the south.
>>
>>It is tricky driving out there, so sometimes you'll need to veer
>>right, or sometimes, you'll need to head for the deck, that is, go in
>>a downward direction, or sometimes you'll need to head for the
>>ceiling, that is, go in a direction that gets you climbing upwardsly,
>>and so forth.
>>
>>It's a kind of spirally little grey galaxy that you want to find south
>>of me, that's a little fluffy, and you can see it with the naked eye.
>>There are two other galaxies stacked up one on top of the other,
>>nearly, in a row, almost, in that same area, and the fluffy one seems
>>to be the nearest one.
>>
>>There are many human civilizations with reciever sets turned on and
>>just waiting to pick up calls from people like you and me. I won't be
>>on the phone with them, anytime, soon, but I hope you or somebody you
>>know, will. They will help you with every thing from A to Z, and
>>beyond.
>>
>>They use the galactic consortium system down there in that fluffy
>>galaxy south of me, and some one there ought to be able to speak a
>>language someone on this planet can speak, and understand. You can
>>record your conversations, and different people, such as native,
>>indigenous people there, and others, can volunteer one after another
>>to give a sample of their speech to you over the phone line linkup.
>>Eventually, someone will understand one or more of the volunteers'
>>speech. Once you get the communication window open, then I'm sure they
>>will be very courteous, and attentive, and gladly willing to help you
>>out with your requests for information.
>>
>>Once you get into contact with them, after you get acquainted, ask
>>them about the one world unified global planetary system, the one
>>world government system, how to work on getting it started up on this
>>planet, and how to join a galactic consortium, perhaps theirs. They
>>have all the information you need on these subjects, and others. They
>>also have schematics for nice space crafts you can build on a NASA, or
>>BOEING, or Airbus budget. They will be more than happy to see that you
>>get all the information that you ask for.
>>
>>Please remember to follow all the posted speed limits, if you happen
>>to see any signs.
>>
>>John Ayres
>
>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications
>
>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>
>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>
>Signal Carriers
>
>Gold, low counterforce
>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>Silver, high counterforce
>Copper, high counterforce
>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>
>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>
>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>superconductor.
>
>John Ayres

A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications Rev. 09:30 21-02-10

Superconductors And Their Counterforce

Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications

Signal Carriers

Gold, low counterforce
Nickle, ultra low counterforece
Note: Nickle is very eratic
Beryl ultra low counterforce
Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
Note: Diamond is very eratic
Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
Feldspar, Excellent Super Conductor For Telecommunications
Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
Platinum, medium high counterforce
Silver, high counterforce
Copper, high counterforce
Lead, super ultra high counterforce
Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead

Subatomic Superparticles Resources

Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
superconductor.

Jade has to be cooled as a superconductor to work properly.

Gold is erratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
Pyrope is a bit eratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
Garnet is excellent with Feldspar as the superconductor
Emerald is a little better than garnet with Feldspar as the
superconductor, but it is a little erratic.
Platinum is extremely useful with Feldspar as the superconductor.
Platinum has to be cooled to work best with feldspar

Good Luck.

John Ayres

John Ayres
2010-02-22 07:25:53 EST
On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:38:06 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:11:57 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 17:38:30 -0800, John Ayres
>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>
>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>>>>Technologies
>>>>>
>>>>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>>>>you would be so kind, please.
>>>>>
>>>>>Please check this link.
>>>>>
>>>>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>>>>
>>>>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>>>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>>>>
>>>>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>>>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>>>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>>>>according to my latest info.
>>>>>
>>>>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>>>>
>>>>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>>>>range, three or four, I think.
>>>>>
>>>>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>>>>you build your first UFO.
>>>>>
>>>>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>>>>lightyears in diameter.
>>>>>
>>>>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>>>>
>>>>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>>>>five million light years in diameter.
>>>>>
>>>>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>>>>
>>>>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>>>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>>>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>>>>to go.
>>>>>
>>>>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>>>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>>>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>>>>
>>>>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>>>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>>>>
>>>>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>>>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>>>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>>>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>>>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>>>>
>>>>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>>>>
>>>>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>>>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>>>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>>>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>>>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>>>>
>>>>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>>>>
>>>>>The answer is, yes.
>>>>>
>>>>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>>>>
>>>>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>>>>
>>>>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>>>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>>>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>>>>explode.
>>>>>
>>>>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>>>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>>>>
>>>>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>>>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>>>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>>>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>>>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>>>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>>>>
>>>>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>>>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>>>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>>>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>>>>
>>>>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>>>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>>>>
>>>>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>>>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>>>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>>>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>>>>
>>>>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>>>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>>>>beam technology.
>>>>>
>>>>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>>>>such as a space ship.
>>>>>
>>>>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>>>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>>>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>>>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>>>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>>>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>>>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>>>>
>>>>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>>>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>>>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>>>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>>>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>>>>
>>>>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>>>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>>>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>>>>
>>>>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>>>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>>>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>>>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>>>>
>>>>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>>>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>>>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>>>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>>>>
>>>>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>>>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>>>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>>>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>>>>
>>>>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>>>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>>>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>>>>
>>>>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>>>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>>>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>>>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>>>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>>>>
>>>>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>>>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>>>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>>>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>>>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>>>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>>>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>>>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>>>>
>>>>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>>>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>>>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>>>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>>>>
>>>>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>>>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>>>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>>>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>>>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>>>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>>>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>>>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>>>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>>>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>>>>
>>>>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>>>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>>>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>>>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>>>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>>>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>>>>demonstration ride.
>>>>>
>>>>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>>>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>>>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>>>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>>>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>>>>
>>>>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>>>>volts.
>>>>>
>>>>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>>>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>>>>
>>>>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>>>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>>>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>>>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>>>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>>>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>>>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>>>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>>>>
>>>>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>>>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>>>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>>>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>>>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>>>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>>>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>>>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>>>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>>>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>>>>
>>>>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>>>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>>>>a little tired.
>>>>>
>>>>>Signing Off,
>>>>>
>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>>>>
>>>>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>>>>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>>>>particles.
>>>>
>>>>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>>>>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>>>>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>>>>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>>>>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>>>>ship.
>>>>
>>>>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>>>>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>>>>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>>>>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>>>>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>>>>buffer around you and your ship.
>>>>
>>>>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>>>>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>>>>space craft you wish to build.
>>>>
>>>>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>>>>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>>>>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>>>>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>>>>
>>>>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>>>>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>>>>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>>>>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>>>>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>>>>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>>>>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>>>>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>>>>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>>>>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>>>>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>>>>
>>>>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>>>>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>>>>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>>>>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>>>>relatively quickly.
>>>>
>>>>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>>>>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>>>>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>>>>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>>>>Washington DC.
>>>>
>>>>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>>>>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>>>>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>>>>them, had one.
>>>>
>>>>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>>>>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>>>>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>>>>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>>>>French military.
>>>>
>>>>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>>>>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>>>>probably forever.)
>>>>
>>>>Cheers!
>>>>
>>>>John Ayres
>>>
>>>A Few Notes On Space Travel, 02/21/10
>>>
>>>Question: What are good or useful sub atomic super particles to use if
>>>you want forward thrust propulsion, or backward thrust propulsion,
>>>sideways thrust propulsion, hoovering thrust propulsion, turning
>>>thrust propulsion, and so on.
>>>
>>>Answer: Lead supplies them and so does Iron. There are others, as
>>>well. Steel is one. Steel sub atomic super particles are faster, a
>>>little bit, than the sub atomic super particles in lead. But lead sub
>>>atomic superparticles are very strong, and have huge muscles to flex,
>>>and get the forward thrust propulsion job done, well.
>>>
>>>If you wish to put put around our solar system, you should plan on
>>>bringing a few ingots of lead for propulsion.
>>>
>>>It is probably a good idea to not use steel for the hull of your ship,
>>>or for much else in your ship. Otherwise, your ship's hull will slowly
>>>lose the internal subatomic super particles, and it will become
>>>lighter and flimsy. Titanium is useful for a strong hull. Use steel,
>>>iron, or lead for propulsion, for example, and you can use a
>>>molybedeum / titanium alloy for the hull. Molybedeum and titanium work
>>>very well together as an alloy and it is very strong.
>>>
>>>The subatomic super particles the tiny genius kids in the lead or iron
>>>will come speeding out of the sub atomic worlds at such a furious rate
>>>of speed, they will smash, one after another, their heads into the
>>>counter force barrier inside the superconductor transducer. Steel kids
>>>are not good to use if you plan to use a molybedeum / titanium hull.
>>>
>>>There is a phenomenon called "wash out" and steel super kids tend to
>>>wash out, or wear away, or cause to lose the integral strength of the
>>>titanium / molybedeum alloy kids.
>>>
>>>Question: What thickness of hull do you need for your Volkswagen
>>>minibus spaceship if you want to make sure it does not get ripped
>>>apart by forward thrusting propulsion or reverse thrusting propulsion
>>>activities?
>>>
>>>Answer: About a seven foot thick titanium molybedeum alloy hull will
>>>be sufficient given the specs so far.
>>>
>>>Question: Should we be concerned about molecular weights measurements
>>>when flying or when put putting through space in our Volkswagen
>>>minibus?
>>>
>>>Answer: Yes.
>>>
>>>Question: Why is that?
>>>
>>>Answer: Because, molecular weights change as speeds increase.
>>>
>>>Question: Why is that important?
>>>
>>>Answer: Because as molecular weights change, you will begin to feel
>>>ill, and you may even die. You need monitor and change the
>>>gravitational and antigravitational forces to maintain a steady
>>>molecular weight environment if, as you are traveling along, you wish
>>>to feel alright, and not throw up, or worse. In a worse case scenario,
>>>a person can die if the molecular weights go too far one way, or too
>>>far the other or the ship itself can collapse in on itself. So, for a
>>>short hop down to the local McDonald's restaruant, you don't need to
>>>worry too much about your gravitational and antigravitational
>>>environment, if you take it nice and slowly. However, if you plan to
>>>speed, you had better be careful that you have a correctly balanced
>>>gravitational and antigravitaional environment.
>>>
>>>Please note. After building your space ship, when you begin to get
>>>accustomed to sitting and working inside the space craft before you
>>>take off, and you might as well give it a few days to several days, to
>>>get adjusted, you will get sea legs for a few days, as it takes some
>>>time for you to get adjusted to the slightly different from planet
>>>Earth gravitational and antigravitational environment inside the space
>>>ship. Once adusted, you are free for take off.
>>>
>>>Question: What do we need to do as a first step?
>>>
>>>Answer: Get a map.
>>>
>>>Question: What do we need to do as a step prior to the first step?
>>>
>>>Answer: Oh, I suppose several things. One is to get into contact with
>>>that little galaxy, about the size of a cuff button, or white shirt
>>>button, down to the south from my apartment complex, almost due south,
>>>that is about 40 degrees high in the slighly past dusk night sky in
>>>early March. I saw it in 2005. Where it is now, I haven't looked to
>>>see but I suppose it is still down in that general direction.
>>>
>>>Question: Why Is That?
>>>
>>>Answer: Because, you will need to talk to somebody there to learn what
>>>the technologies are that you will need to use to be able to download
>>>in binary code, for instance, for what ever it is that you are going
>>>to put together for a map of our universe with all of it's
>>>coordinates. In our universe, when we fly around, we don't have a
>>>compass that points to the north, south, east and west directions. We
>>>are at the center of a transparent, globe, and we find our way to
>>>other places by first locating our coordinates, and then, secondly, by
>>>locating our destination's coordinates.
>>>
>>>You scientists will be able to figure all of this out, easily, once
>>>you get into contact with our neighbors to the south.
>>>
>>>It is tricky driving out there, so sometimes you'll need to veer
>>>right, or sometimes, you'll need to head for the deck, that is, go in
>>>a downward direction, or sometimes you'll need to head for the
>>>ceiling, that is, go in a direction that gets you climbing upwardsly,
>>>and so forth.
>>>
>>>It's a kind of spirally little grey galaxy that you want to find south
>>>of me, that's a little fluffy, and you can see it with the naked eye.
>>>There are two other galaxies stacked up one on top of the other,
>>>nearly, in a row, almost, in that same area, and the fluffy one seems
>>>to be the nearest one.
>>>
>>>There are many human civilizations with reciever sets turned on and
>>>just waiting to pick up calls from people like you and me. I won't be
>>>on the phone with them, anytime, soon, but I hope you or somebody you
>>>know, will. They will help you with every thing from A to Z, and
>>>beyond.
>>>
>>>They use the galactic consortium system down there in that fluffy
>>>galaxy south of me, and some one there ought to be able to speak a
>>>language someone on this planet can speak, and understand. You can
>>>record your conversations, and different people, such as native,
>>>indigenous people there, and others, can volunteer one after another
>>>to give a sample of their speech to you over the phone line linkup.
>>>Eventually, someone will understand one or more of the volunteers'
>>>speech. Once you get the communication window open, then I'm sure they
>>>will be very courteous, and attentive, and gladly willing to help you
>>>out with your requests for information.
>>>
>>>Once you get into contact with them, after you get acquainted, ask
>>>them about the one world unified global planetary system, the one
>>>world government system, how to work on getting it started up on this
>>>planet, and how to join a galactic consortium, perhaps theirs. They
>>>have all the information you need on these subjects, and others. They
>>>also have schematics for nice space crafts you can build on a NASA, or
>>>BOEING, or Airbus budget. They will be more than happy to see that you
>>>get all the information that you ask for.
>>>
>>>Please remember to follow all the posted speed limits, if you happen
>>>to see any signs.
>>>
>>>John Ayres
>>
>>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications
>>
>>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>>
>>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>>
>>Signal Carriers
>>
>>Gold, low counterforce
>>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>>Silver, high counterforce
>>Copper, high counterforce
>>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>>
>>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>>
>>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>>superconductor.
>>
>>John Ayres
>
>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications Rev. 09:30 21-02-10
>
>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>
>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>
>Signal Carriers
>
>Gold, low counterforce
>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>Feldspar, Excellent Super Conductor For Telecommunications
>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>Silver, high counterforce
>Copper, high counterforce
>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>
>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>
>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>superconductor.
>
>Jade has to be cooled as a superconductor to work properly.
>
>Gold is erratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>Pyrope is a bit eratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>Garnet is excellent with Feldspar as the superconductor
>Emerald is a little better than garnet with Feldspar as the
>superconductor, but it is a little erratic.
>Platinum is extremely useful with Feldspar as the superconductor.
>Platinum has to be cooled to work best with feldspar
>
>Good Luck.
>
>John Ayres

Flying Through Treacherous Territories In Outer Space

Question: How Do You Make Your Space Craft Nearly Indestructible

Answer: You increase the amperage of the outer hull to between from
50,000 amperers for making your way through tiny, silty like particles
at relatively high speeds to up to between 100,000,000 to 150,000
million amperes for making your way through tiny sand to tiny rock
particles smaller than the average size piece of gravel, to up to
350,000,000 amperes at which point, you may be able to fly directly
into a small asteroid and the asteroid will come out the loser, that
is, all smashed up.

Further, reverse energies, energies that move backwards rather than
forwards, need to be present in the ships hull as well. the amperes
settings need to be at the same levels and in the same amounts as the
normal energies. So for a space craft to fly in and to make its way
through areas of our universe where you will find lots of space dirt,
and debris, you may need to slow down a little and then up the
currents to the outer hull, both the normal currents and the reverse
energies currents.

With that, flying perilous missions in search of new resources, new
elements, new mining opportunities, new land to live on, on pristine,
uninhabited planets, in newly built living quarters, collonies, and
cities built by advance groups of engineers, architects, and building
trades peaople, for example, to get away from our place of residence,
this planet Earth, for example, before its sun burns out, dissipates,
and will no longer support life, once normally hazardous, perilous,
life threatening missions will become less hazardous, perilous, and
ess life threatening.

You and your crew members will be able to leave planet earth in
advance with a general knowledge of where you want to go, find your
planet you wish to investigate, and then land, do the research, and
return home, unscathed.

Once you get your text books downloaded from one of our friendly but
distant civilizations, and then translated into the many languages
there are for people who are interested in this project, you can study
up on this, and learn all the details of it.

Have A Happy Day!

John Ayres

John Ayres
2010-02-22 10:34:43 EST
On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 04:25:53 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:38:06 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:11:57 -0800, John Ayres
>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>
>>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 17:38:30 -0800, John Ayres
>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
>>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>>>>>Technologies
>>>>>>
>>>>>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>>>>>you would be so kind, please.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Please check this link.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>>>>>
>>>>>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>>>>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>>>>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>>>>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>>>>>according to my latest info.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>>>>>range, three or four, I think.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>>>>>you build your first UFO.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>>>>>lightyears in diameter.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>>>>>five million light years in diameter.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>>>>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>>>>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>>>>>to go.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>>>>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>>>>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>>>>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>>>>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>>>>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>>>>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>>>>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>>>>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>>>>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>>>>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>>>>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>The answer is, yes.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>>>>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>>>>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>>>>>explode.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>>>>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>>>>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>>>>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>>>>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>>>>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>>>>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>>>>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>>>>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>>>>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>>>>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>>>>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>>>>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>>>>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>>>>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>>>>>beam technology.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>>>>>such as a space ship.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>>>>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>>>>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>>>>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>>>>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>>>>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>>>>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>>>>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>>>>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>>>>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>>>>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>>>>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>>>>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>>>>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>>>>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>>>>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>>>>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>>>>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>>>>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>>>>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>>>>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>>>>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>>>>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>>>>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>>>>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>>>>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>>>>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>>>>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>>>>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>>>>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>>>>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>>>>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>>>>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>>>>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>>>>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>>>>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>>>>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>>>>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>>>>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>>>>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>>>>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>>>>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>>>>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>>>>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>>>>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>>>>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>>>>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>>>>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>>>>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>>>>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>>>>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>>>>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>>>>>demonstration ride.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>>>>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>>>>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>>>>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>>>>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>>>>>volts.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>>>>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>>>>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>>>>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>>>>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>>>>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>>>>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>>>>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>>>>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>>>>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>>>>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>>>>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>>>>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>>>>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>>>>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>>>>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>>>>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>>>>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>>>>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>>>>>a little tired.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Signing Off,
>>>>>>
>>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>>>>>
>>>>>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>>>>>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>>>>>particles.
>>>>>
>>>>>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>>>>>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>>>>>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>>>>>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>>>>>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>>>>>ship.
>>>>>
>>>>>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>>>>>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>>>>>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>>>>>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>>>>>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>>>>>buffer around you and your ship.
>>>>>
>>>>>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>>>>>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>>>>>space craft you wish to build.
>>>>>
>>>>>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>>>>>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>>>>>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>>>>>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>>>>>
>>>>>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>>>>>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>>>>>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>>>>>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>>>>>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>>>>>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>>>>>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>>>>>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>>>>>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>>>>>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>>>>>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>>>>>
>>>>>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>>>>>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>>>>>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>>>>>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>>>>>relatively quickly.
>>>>>
>>>>>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>>>>>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>>>>>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>>>>>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>>>>>Washington DC.
>>>>>
>>>>>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>>>>>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>>>>>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>>>>>them, had one.
>>>>>
>>>>>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>>>>>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>>>>>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>>>>>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>>>>>French military.
>>>>>
>>>>>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>>>>>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>>>>>probably forever.)
>>>>>
>>>>>Cheers!
>>>>>
>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>
>>>>A Few Notes On Space Travel, 02/21/10
>>>>
>>>>Question: What are good or useful sub atomic super particles to use if
>>>>you want forward thrust propulsion, or backward thrust propulsion,
>>>>sideways thrust propulsion, hoovering thrust propulsion, turning
>>>>thrust propulsion, and so on.
>>>>
>>>>Answer: Lead supplies them and so does Iron. There are others, as
>>>>well. Steel is one. Steel sub atomic super particles are faster, a
>>>>little bit, than the sub atomic super particles in lead. But lead sub
>>>>atomic superparticles are very strong, and have huge muscles to flex,
>>>>and get the forward thrust propulsion job done, well.
>>>>
>>>>If you wish to put put around our solar system, you should plan on
>>>>bringing a few ingots of lead for propulsion.
>>>>
>>>>It is probably a good idea to not use steel for the hull of your ship,
>>>>or for much else in your ship. Otherwise, your ship's hull will slowly
>>>>lose the internal subatomic super particles, and it will become
>>>>lighter and flimsy. Titanium is useful for a strong hull. Use steel,
>>>>iron, or lead for propulsion, for example, and you can use a
>>>>molybedeum / titanium alloy for the hull. Molybedeum and titanium work
>>>>very well together as an alloy and it is very strong.
>>>>
>>>>The subatomic super particles the tiny genius kids in the lead or iron
>>>>will come speeding out of the sub atomic worlds at such a furious rate
>>>>of speed, they will smash, one after another, their heads into the
>>>>counter force barrier inside the superconductor transducer. Steel kids
>>>>are not good to use if you plan to use a molybedeum / titanium hull.
>>>>
>>>>There is a phenomenon called "wash out" and steel super kids tend to
>>>>wash out, or wear away, or cause to lose the integral strength of the
>>>>titanium / molybedeum alloy kids.
>>>>
>>>>Question: What thickness of hull do you need for your Volkswagen
>>>>minibus spaceship if you want to make sure it does not get ripped
>>>>apart by forward thrusting propulsion or reverse thrusting propulsion
>>>>activities?
>>>>
>>>>Answer: About a seven foot thick titanium molybedeum alloy hull will
>>>>be sufficient given the specs so far.
>>>>
>>>>Question: Should we be concerned about molecular weights measurements
>>>>when flying or when put putting through space in our Volkswagen
>>>>minibus?
>>>>
>>>>Answer: Yes.
>>>>
>>>>Question: Why is that?
>>>>
>>>>Answer: Because, molecular weights change as speeds increase.
>>>>
>>>>Question: Why is that important?
>>>>
>>>>Answer: Because as molecular weights change, you will begin to feel
>>>>ill, and you may even die. You need monitor and change the
>>>>gravitational and antigravitational forces to maintain a steady
>>>>molecular weight environment if, as you are traveling along, you wish
>>>>to feel alright, and not throw up, or worse. In a worse case scenario,
>>>>a person can die if the molecular weights go too far one way, or too
>>>>far the other or the ship itself can collapse in on itself. So, for a
>>>>short hop down to the local McDonald's restaruant, you don't need to
>>>>worry too much about your gravitational and antigravitational
>>>>environment, if you take it nice and slowly. However, if you plan to
>>>>speed, you had better be careful that you have a correctly balanced
>>>>gravitational and antigravitaional environment.
>>>>
>>>>Please note. After building your space ship, when you begin to get
>>>>accustomed to sitting and working inside the space craft before you
>>>>take off, and you might as well give it a few days to several days, to
>>>>get adjusted, you will get sea legs for a few days, as it takes some
>>>>time for you to get adjusted to the slightly different from planet
>>>>Earth gravitational and antigravitational environment inside the space
>>>>ship. Once adusted, you are free for take off.
>>>>
>>>>Question: What do we need to do as a first step?
>>>>
>>>>Answer: Get a map.
>>>>
>>>>Question: What do we need to do as a step prior to the first step?
>>>>
>>>>Answer: Oh, I suppose several things. One is to get into contact with
>>>>that little galaxy, about the size of a cuff button, or white shirt
>>>>button, down to the south from my apartment complex, almost due south,
>>>>that is about 40 degrees high in the slighly past dusk night sky in
>>>>early March. I saw it in 2005. Where it is now, I haven't looked to
>>>>see but I suppose it is still down in that general direction.
>>>>
>>>>Question: Why Is That?
>>>>
>>>>Answer: Because, you will need to talk to somebody there to learn what
>>>>the technologies are that you will need to use to be able to download
>>>>in binary code, for instance, for what ever it is that you are going
>>>>to put together for a map of our universe with all of it's
>>>>coordinates. In our universe, when we fly around, we don't have a
>>>>compass that points to the north, south, east and west directions. We
>>>>are at the center of a transparent, globe, and we find our way to
>>>>other places by first locating our coordinates, and then, secondly, by
>>>>locating our destination's coordinates.
>>>>
>>>>You scientists will be able to figure all of this out, easily, once
>>>>you get into contact with our neighbors to the south.
>>>>
>>>>It is tricky driving out there, so sometimes you'll need to veer
>>>>right, or sometimes, you'll need to head for the deck, that is, go in
>>>>a downward direction, or sometimes you'll need to head for the
>>>>ceiling, that is, go in a direction that gets you climbing upwardsly,
>>>>and so forth.
>>>>
>>>>It's a kind of spirally little grey galaxy that you want to find south
>>>>of me, that's a little fluffy, and you can see it with the naked eye.
>>>>There are two other galaxies stacked up one on top of the other,
>>>>nearly, in a row, almost, in that same area, and the fluffy one seems
>>>>to be the nearest one.
>>>>
>>>>There are many human civilizations with reciever sets turned on and
>>>>just waiting to pick up calls from people like you and me. I won't be
>>>>on the phone with them, anytime, soon, but I hope you or somebody you
>>>>know, will. They will help you with every thing from A to Z, and
>>>>beyond.
>>>>
>>>>They use the galactic consortium system down there in that fluffy
>>>>galaxy south of me, and some one there ought to be able to speak a
>>>>language someone on this planet can speak, and understand. You can
>>>>record your conversations, and different people, such as native,
>>>>indigenous people there, and others, can volunteer one after another
>>>>to give a sample of their speech to you over the phone line linkup.
>>>>Eventually, someone will understand one or more of the volunteers'
>>>>speech. Once you get the communication window open, then I'm sure they
>>>>will be very courteous, and attentive, and gladly willing to help you
>>>>out with your requests for information.
>>>>
>>>>Once you get into contact with them, after you get acquainted, ask
>>>>them about the one world unified global planetary system, the one
>>>>world government system, how to work on getting it started up on this
>>>>planet, and how to join a galactic consortium, perhaps theirs. They
>>>>have all the information you need on these subjects, and others. They
>>>>also have schematics for nice space crafts you can build on a NASA, or
>>>>BOEING, or Airbus budget. They will be more than happy to see that you
>>>>get all the information that you ask for.
>>>>
>>>>Please remember to follow all the posted speed limits, if you happen
>>>>to see any signs.
>>>>
>>>>John Ayres
>>>
>>>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications
>>>
>>>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>>>
>>>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>>>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>>>
>>>Signal Carriers
>>>
>>>Gold, low counterforce
>>>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>>>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>>>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>>>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>>>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>>>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>>>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>>>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>>>Silver, high counterforce
>>>Copper, high counterforce
>>>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>>>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>>>
>>>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>>>
>>>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>>>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>>>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>>>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>>>superconductor.
>>>
>>>John Ayres
>>
>>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications Rev. 09:30 21-02-10
>>
>>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>>
>>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>>
>>Signal Carriers
>>
>>Gold, low counterforce
>>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>>Feldspar, Excellent Super Conductor For Telecommunications
>>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>>Silver, high counterforce
>>Copper, high counterforce
>>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>>
>>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>>
>>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>>superconductor.
>>
>>Jade has to be cooled as a superconductor to work properly.
>>
>>Gold is erratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>Pyrope is a bit eratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>Garnet is excellent with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>Emerald is a little better than garnet with Feldspar as the
>>superconductor, but it is a little erratic.
>>Platinum is extremely useful with Feldspar as the superconductor.
>>Platinum has to be cooled to work best with feldspar
>>
>>Good Luck.
>>
>>John Ayres
>
>Flying Through Treacherous Territories In Outer Space
>
>Question: How Do You Make Your Space Craft Nearly Indestructible
>
>Answer: You increase the amperage of the outer hull to between from
>50,000 amperers for making your way through tiny, silty like particles
>at relatively high speeds to up to between 100,000,000 to 150,000
>million amperes for making your way through tiny sand to tiny rock
>particles smaller than the average size piece of gravel, to up to
>350,000,000 amperes at which point, you may be able to fly directly
>into a small asteroid and the asteroid will come out the loser, that
>is, all smashed up.
>
>Further, reverse energies, energies that move backwards rather than
>forwards, need to be present in the ships hull as well. the amperes
>settings need to be at the same levels and in the same amounts as the
>normal energies. So for a space craft to fly in and to make its way
>through areas of our universe where you will find lots of space dirt,
>and debris, you may need to slow down a little and then up the
>currents to the outer hull, both the normal currents and the reverse
>energies currents.
>
>With that, flying perilous missions in search of new resources, new
>elements, new mining opportunities, new land to live on, on pristine,
>uninhabited planets, in newly built living quarters, collonies, and
>cities built by advance groups of engineers, architects, and building
>trades peaople, for example, to get away from our place of residence,
>this planet Earth, for example, before its sun burns out, dissipates,
>and will no longer support life, once normally hazardous, perilous,
>life threatening missions will become less hazardous, perilous, and
>ess life threatening.
>
>You and your crew members will be able to leave planet earth in
>advance with a general knowledge of where you want to go, find your
>planet you wish to investigate, and then land, do the research, and
>return home, unscathed.
>
>Once you get your text books downloaded from one of our friendly but
>distant civilizations, and then translated into the many languages
>there are for people who are interested in this project, you can study
>up on this, and learn all the details of it.
>
>Have A Happy Day!
>
>John Ayres

How Big Is This Universe?

The fellow or lady who visited us not long ago, as I pointed out,
whose space craft you can see at this link,

http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm

As I said, previously, he or she has already passed out of this
galaxy, the Milky Way, and is five galaxies over. It has taken him or
her about three years plus some to get to where he is today from here.
He is traveling actually closer to the rate of five trillion light
years per second though he or she sometimes slows down to three or
four trillion light years per second. He or she has stopped several
times to refuel, stock up on supplies, stretch his or her legs, and
get some R & R, and some exercise.

For him or her to get to the furthest edge of the universe heading in
that direction, he or she would have to increase his or her speed by
one million billion trillion zillion quadragazillion times and then by
about thirteen times speedier than that for another eight years for
him or her to get close to that edge of our universe. It could be a
little further than that, but we're not going to get into it, at this
time. What's out there? Okay. Some of you will snicker. There is a
greyish, pinkish, whiteish cloud like mass. That mass is at the edge
of our universe in all directions. What's beyond? Well, it gets into
an area of reality that is something we aren't able to relate to
because we don't have the words for it, not any simple ones, anyway.

Our universe evolved out of what was here before what is here now. It
is very large, almost incomprehensibly large. There was no big bang
start up to the universe as some people have suggested, but it was a
steady, and gradual evolution.

It started with something that is incomprehensible to us, today and
that we don't have the vocabularly to discuss in simple terms, anyway.
It evolved first the life forms of the tiniest of sub molecular
particles. As time went on, larger and larger sub molecular particles
also evolved. The sizes of particles finally made their way up to the
molecular world of molecules and the solids, liquids, gasses, and so
forth, that we can see around us.

Molecules are actually, then, very big and clunky but that are good as
homes for the sub atomic particle kids.

So, it is kind of a joke for me, but I refer often to the little kids
who are the tiny sub molecular workers in our universe who are all
alive. Well, if you think about it, we were the last to evolve out of
the soupy mash that evolved out of what was here, earlier. Therefore,
we are the late comers, and though we are large in body size, we are
the little kids on the blocks because the submolecular worker kids who
were here before we were, and the molecular kids have all beaten us by
age, for one, by who knows how long a period of time.

It's a pretty big place to explore, this universe, and it is getting
larger, every day, as the evolutionary processes have not stopped. Out
at the outer edges, you can still see them going on, today.

John

John Ayres
2010-02-22 15:03:52 EST
On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 07:34:43 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 04:25:53 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:38:06 -0800, John Ayres
>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>
>>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:11:57 -0800, John Ayres
>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 17:38:30 -0800, John Ayres
>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
>>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
>>>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>>>>>>Technologies
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>>>>>>you would be so kind, please.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Please check this link.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>>>>>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>>>>>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>>>>>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>>>>>>according to my latest info.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>>>>>>range, three or four, I think.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>>>>>>you build your first UFO.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>>>>>>lightyears in diameter.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>>>>>>five million light years in diameter.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>>>>>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>>>>>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>>>>>>to go.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>>>>>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>>>>>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>>>>>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>>>>>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>>>>>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>>>>>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>>>>>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>>>>>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>>>>>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>>>>>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>>>>>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>The answer is, yes.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>>>>>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>>>>>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>>>>>>explode.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>>>>>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>>>>>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>>>>>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>>>>>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>>>>>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>>>>>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>>>>>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>>>>>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>>>>>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>>>>>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>>>>>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>>>>>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>>>>>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>>>>>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>>>>>>beam technology.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>>>>>>such as a space ship.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>>>>>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>>>>>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>>>>>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>>>>>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>>>>>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>>>>>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>>>>>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>>>>>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>>>>>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>>>>>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>>>>>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>>>>>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>>>>>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>>>>>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>>>>>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>>>>>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>>>>>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>>>>>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>>>>>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>>>>>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>>>>>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>>>>>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>>>>>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>>>>>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>>>>>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>>>>>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>>>>>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>>>>>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>>>>>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>>>>>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>>>>>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>>>>>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>>>>>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>>>>>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>>>>>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>>>>>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>>>>>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>>>>>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>>>>>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>>>>>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>>>>>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>>>>>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>>>>>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>>>>>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>>>>>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>>>>>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>>>>>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>>>>>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>>>>>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>>>>>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>>>>>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>>>>>>demonstration ride.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>>>>>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>>>>>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>>>>>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>>>>>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>>>>>>volts.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>>>>>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>>>>>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>>>>>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>>>>>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>>>>>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>>>>>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>>>>>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>>>>>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>>>>>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>>>>>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>>>>>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>>>>>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>>>>>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>>>>>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>>>>>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>>>>>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>>>>>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>>>>>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>>>>>>a little tired.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Signing Off,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>>>>>>
>>>>>>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>>>>>>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>>>>>>particles.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>>>>>>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>>>>>>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>>>>>>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>>>>>>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>>>>>>ship.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>>>>>>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>>>>>>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>>>>>>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>>>>>>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>>>>>>buffer around you and your ship.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>>>>>>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>>>>>>space craft you wish to build.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>>>>>>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>>>>>>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>>>>>>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>>>>>>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>>>>>>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>>>>>>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>>>>>>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>>>>>>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>>>>>>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>>>>>>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>>>>>>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>>>>>>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>>>>>>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>>>>>>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>>>>>>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>>>>>>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>>>>>>relatively quickly.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>>>>>>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>>>>>>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>>>>>>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>>>>>>Washington DC.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>>>>>>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>>>>>>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>>>>>>them, had one.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>>>>>>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>>>>>>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>>>>>>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>>>>>>French military.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>>>>>>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>>>>>>probably forever.)
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Cheers!
>>>>>>
>>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>>
>>>>>A Few Notes On Space Travel, 02/21/10
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: What are good or useful sub atomic super particles to use if
>>>>>you want forward thrust propulsion, or backward thrust propulsion,
>>>>>sideways thrust propulsion, hoovering thrust propulsion, turning
>>>>>thrust propulsion, and so on.
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: Lead supplies them and so does Iron. There are others, as
>>>>>well. Steel is one. Steel sub atomic super particles are faster, a
>>>>>little bit, than the sub atomic super particles in lead. But lead sub
>>>>>atomic superparticles are very strong, and have huge muscles to flex,
>>>>>and get the forward thrust propulsion job done, well.
>>>>>
>>>>>If you wish to put put around our solar system, you should plan on
>>>>>bringing a few ingots of lead for propulsion.
>>>>>
>>>>>It is probably a good idea to not use steel for the hull of your ship,
>>>>>or for much else in your ship. Otherwise, your ship's hull will slowly
>>>>>lose the internal subatomic super particles, and it will become
>>>>>lighter and flimsy. Titanium is useful for a strong hull. Use steel,
>>>>>iron, or lead for propulsion, for example, and you can use a
>>>>>molybedeum / titanium alloy for the hull. Molybedeum and titanium work
>>>>>very well together as an alloy and it is very strong.
>>>>>
>>>>>The subatomic super particles the tiny genius kids in the lead or iron
>>>>>will come speeding out of the sub atomic worlds at such a furious rate
>>>>>of speed, they will smash, one after another, their heads into the
>>>>>counter force barrier inside the superconductor transducer. Steel kids
>>>>>are not good to use if you plan to use a molybedeum / titanium hull.
>>>>>
>>>>>There is a phenomenon called "wash out" and steel super kids tend to
>>>>>wash out, or wear away, or cause to lose the integral strength of the
>>>>>titanium / molybedeum alloy kids.
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: What thickness of hull do you need for your Volkswagen
>>>>>minibus spaceship if you want to make sure it does not get ripped
>>>>>apart by forward thrusting propulsion or reverse thrusting propulsion
>>>>>activities?
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: About a seven foot thick titanium molybedeum alloy hull will
>>>>>be sufficient given the specs so far.
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: Should we be concerned about molecular weights measurements
>>>>>when flying or when put putting through space in our Volkswagen
>>>>>minibus?
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: Yes.
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: Why is that?
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: Because, molecular weights change as speeds increase.
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: Why is that important?
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: Because as molecular weights change, you will begin to feel
>>>>>ill, and you may even die. You need monitor and change the
>>>>>gravitational and antigravitational forces to maintain a steady
>>>>>molecular weight environment if, as you are traveling along, you wish
>>>>>to feel alright, and not throw up, or worse. In a worse case scenario,
>>>>>a person can die if the molecular weights go too far one way, or too
>>>>>far the other or the ship itself can collapse in on itself. So, for a
>>>>>short hop down to the local McDonald's restaruant, you don't need to
>>>>>worry too much about your gravitational and antigravitational
>>>>>environment, if you take it nice and slowly. However, if you plan to
>>>>>speed, you had better be careful that you have a correctly balanced
>>>>>gravitational and antigravitaional environment.
>>>>>
>>>>>Please note. After building your space ship, when you begin to get
>>>>>accustomed to sitting and working inside the space craft before you
>>>>>take off, and you might as well give it a few days to several days, to
>>>>>get adjusted, you will get sea legs for a few days, as it takes some
>>>>>time for you to get adjusted to the slightly different from planet
>>>>>Earth gravitational and antigravitational environment inside the space
>>>>>ship. Once adusted, you are free for take off.
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: What do we need to do as a first step?
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: Get a map.
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: What do we need to do as a step prior to the first step?
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: Oh, I suppose several things. One is to get into contact with
>>>>>that little galaxy, about the size of a cuff button, or white shirt
>>>>>button, down to the south from my apartment complex, almost due south,
>>>>>that is about 40 degrees high in the slighly past dusk night sky in
>>>>>early March. I saw it in 2005. Where it is now, I haven't looked to
>>>>>see but I suppose it is still down in that general direction.
>>>>>
>>>>>Question: Why Is That?
>>>>>
>>>>>Answer: Because, you will need to talk to somebody there to learn what
>>>>>the technologies are that you will need to use to be able to download
>>>>>in binary code, for instance, for what ever it is that you are going
>>>>>to put together for a map of our universe with all of it's
>>>>>coordinates. In our universe, when we fly around, we don't have a
>>>>>compass that points to the north, south, east and west directions. We
>>>>>are at the center of a transparent, globe, and we find our way to
>>>>>other places by first locating our coordinates, and then, secondly, by
>>>>>locating our destination's coordinates.
>>>>>
>>>>>You scientists will be able to figure all of this out, easily, once
>>>>>you get into contact with our neighbors to the south.
>>>>>
>>>>>It is tricky driving out there, so sometimes you'll need to veer
>>>>>right, or sometimes, you'll need to head for the deck, that is, go in
>>>>>a downward direction, or sometimes you'll need to head for the
>>>>>ceiling, that is, go in a direction that gets you climbing upwardsly,
>>>>>and so forth.
>>>>>
>>>>>It's a kind of spirally little grey galaxy that you want to find south
>>>>>of me, that's a little fluffy, and you can see it with the naked eye.
>>>>>There are two other galaxies stacked up one on top of the other,
>>>>>nearly, in a row, almost, in that same area, and the fluffy one seems
>>>>>to be the nearest one.
>>>>>
>>>>>There are many human civilizations with reciever sets turned on and
>>>>>just waiting to pick up calls from people like you and me. I won't be
>>>>>on the phone with them, anytime, soon, but I hope you or somebody you
>>>>>know, will. They will help you with every thing from A to Z, and
>>>>>beyond.
>>>>>
>>>>>They use the galactic consortium system down there in that fluffy
>>>>>galaxy south of me, and some one there ought to be able to speak a
>>>>>language someone on this planet can speak, and understand. You can
>>>>>record your conversations, and different people, such as native,
>>>>>indigenous people there, and others, can volunteer one after another
>>>>>to give a sample of their speech to you over the phone line linkup.
>>>>>Eventually, someone will understand one or more of the volunteers'
>>>>>speech. Once you get the communication window open, then I'm sure they
>>>>>will be very courteous, and attentive, and gladly willing to help you
>>>>>out with your requests for information.
>>>>>
>>>>>Once you get into contact with them, after you get acquainted, ask
>>>>>them about the one world unified global planetary system, the one
>>>>>world government system, how to work on getting it started up on this
>>>>>planet, and how to join a galactic consortium, perhaps theirs. They
>>>>>have all the information you need on these subjects, and others. They
>>>>>also have schematics for nice space crafts you can build on a NASA, or
>>>>>BOEING, or Airbus budget. They will be more than happy to see that you
>>>>>get all the information that you ask for.
>>>>>
>>>>>Please remember to follow all the posted speed limits, if you happen
>>>>>to see any signs.
>>>>>
>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>
>>>>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications
>>>>
>>>>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>>>>
>>>>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>>>>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>>>>
>>>>Signal Carriers
>>>>
>>>>Gold, low counterforce
>>>>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>>>>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>>>>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>>>>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>>>>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>>>>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>>>>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>>>>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>>>>Silver, high counterforce
>>>>Copper, high counterforce
>>>>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>>>>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>>>>
>>>>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>>>>
>>>>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>>>>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>>>>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>>>>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>>>>superconductor.
>>>>
>>>>John Ayres
>>>
>>>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications Rev. 09:30 21-02-10
>>>
>>>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>>>
>>>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>>>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>>>
>>>Signal Carriers
>>>
>>>Gold, low counterforce
>>>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>>>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>>>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>>>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>>>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>>>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>>>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>Feldspar, Excellent Super Conductor For Telecommunications
>>>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>>>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>>>Silver, high counterforce
>>>Copper, high counterforce
>>>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>>>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>>>
>>>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>>>
>>>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>>>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>>>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>>>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>>>superconductor.
>>>
>>>Jade has to be cooled as a superconductor to work properly.
>>>
>>>Gold is erratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>>Pyrope is a bit eratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>>Garnet is excellent with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>>Emerald is a little better than garnet with Feldspar as the
>>>superconductor, but it is a little erratic.
>>>Platinum is extremely useful with Feldspar as the superconductor.
>>>Platinum has to be cooled to work best with feldspar
>>>
>>>Good Luck.
>>>
>>>John Ayres
>>
>>Flying Through Treacherous Territories In Outer Space
>>
>>Question: How Do You Make Your Space Craft Nearly Indestructible
>>
>>Answer: You increase the amperage of the outer hull to between from
>>50,000 amperers for making your way through tiny, silty like particles
>>at relatively high speeds to up to between 100,000,000 to 150,000
>>million amperes for making your way through tiny sand to tiny rock
>>particles smaller than the average size piece of gravel, to up to
>>350,000,000 amperes at which point, you may be able to fly directly
>>into a small asteroid and the asteroid will come out the loser, that
>>is, all smashed up.
>>
>>Further, reverse energies, energies that move backwards rather than
>>forwards, need to be present in the ships hull as well. the amperes
>>settings need to be at the same levels and in the same amounts as the
>>normal energies. So for a space craft to fly in and to make its way
>>through areas of our universe where you will find lots of space dirt,
>>and debris, you may need to slow down a little and then up the
>>currents to the outer hull, both the normal currents and the reverse
>>energies currents.
>>
>>With that, flying perilous missions in search of new resources, new
>>elements, new mining opportunities, new land to live on, on pristine,
>>uninhabited planets, in newly built living quarters, collonies, and
>>cities built by advance groups of engineers, architects, and building
>>trades peaople, for example, to get away from our place of residence,
>>this planet Earth, for example, before its sun burns out, dissipates,
>>and will no longer support life, once normally hazardous, perilous,
>>life threatening missions will become less hazardous, perilous, and
>>ess life threatening.
>>
>>You and your crew members will be able to leave planet earth in
>>advance with a general knowledge of where you want to go, find your
>>planet you wish to investigate, and then land, do the research, and
>>return home, unscathed.
>>
>>Once you get your text books downloaded from one of our friendly but
>>distant civilizations, and then translated into the many languages
>>there are for people who are interested in this project, you can study
>>up on this, and learn all the details of it.
>>
>>Have A Happy Day!
>>
>>John Ayres
>
>How Big Is This Universe?
>
>The fellow or lady who visited us not long ago, as I pointed out,
>whose space craft you can see at this link,
>
>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>
>As I said, previously, he or she has already passed out of this
>galaxy, the Milky Way, and is five galaxies over. It has taken him or
>her about three years plus some to get to where he is today from here.
>He is traveling actually closer to the rate of five trillion light
>years per second though he or she sometimes slows down to three or
>four trillion light years per second. He or she has stopped several
>times to refuel, stock up on supplies, stretch his or her legs, and
>get some R & R, and some exercise.
>
>For him or her to get to the furthest edge of the universe heading in
>that direction, he or she would have to increase his or her speed by
>one million billion trillion zillion quadragazillion times and then by
>about thirteen times speedier than that for another eight years for
>him or her to get close to that edge of our universe. It could be a
>little further than that, but we're not going to get into it, at this
>time. What's out there? Okay. Some of you will snicker. There is a
>greyish, pinkish, whiteish cloud like mass. That mass is at the edge
>of our universe in all directions. What's beyond? Well, it gets into
>an area of reality that is something we aren't able to relate to
>because we don't have the words for it, not any simple ones, anyway.
>
>Our universe evolved out of what was here before what is here now. It
>is very large, almost incomprehensibly large. There was no big bang
>start up to the universe as some people have suggested, but it was a
>steady, and gradual evolution.
>
>It started with something that is incomprehensible to us, today and
>that we don't have the vocabularly to discuss in simple terms, anyway.
>It evolved first the life forms of the tiniest of sub molecular
>particles. As time went on, larger and larger sub molecular particles
>also evolved. The sizes of particles finally made their way up to the
>molecular world of molecules and the solids, liquids, gasses, and so
>forth, that we can see around us.
>
>Molecules are actually, then, very big and clunky but that are good as
>homes for the sub atomic particle kids.
>
>So, it is kind of a joke for me, but I refer often to the little kids
>who are the tiny sub molecular workers in our universe who are all
>alive. Well, if you think about it, we were the last to evolve out of
>the soupy mash that evolved out of what was here, earlier. Therefore,
>we are the late comers, and though we are large in body size, we are
>the little kids on the blocks because the submolecular worker kids who
>were here before we were, and the molecular kids have all beaten us by
>age, for one, by who knows how long a period of time.
>
>It's a pretty big place to explore, this universe, and it is getting
>larger, every day, as the evolutionary processes have not stopped. Out
>at the outer edges, you can still see them going on, today.
>
>John

Particle Physics - A Few Notes Revision 02-22-10 11:40 a.m.

Question: How do you slow down a space craft?

Answer: With your thumb, if it is not moving very fast.

Best Answer: There may be many ways to slow down a space craft, but
one here I'll mention is to just bring down the positively charged
thruster voltages for energies traveling through the superconductor
forward thrusters. As you do that, a counter force will develop in the
superconductor, the transducer. The luminosity of the superconductor
will decline as the counterforce increases. With fewer and fewer
incoming energy particles, the counter force will slowly reach a
static level of conductivity.

At or at about the same time you started the first proceedure, turn on
your reverse direction propulsion system and you will get reverse
thrust that should slow your space craft to a complete stop. Please
turn on the reverse thrusters, slowly, and cautiously, and be very
careful you keep your space craft in one piece. If you push a high
positively charged electrical energy current through the reverse
thrust superconductors the space craft won't be good for anything but
scrap as it will fall to pieces. When it slows down all the way, the
craft may begin moving backwards in a reverse manner, if you overdo
the reverse direction superconductor thruster(s). It will take some
experience on your part to get it right, and a whole lot of
booklearning, too.

Question: How Do You Get A Space Craft To Glitter And Glow Purplish
and Violet Colors

Answer: The antigravity superconductor overhead plate should have
about 650,000 amperes of negatively charged electricity pushed through
the negative side of it.

At the same time, the positive gravity conductor below your feet
should have 650,000 positively charged amperes to the power of 10
(ten) driven through its positive side.

When you do this, the ship will begin to glitter and glow, violet to
purple energies all over it, arching and sparking. You may wish to
take a photo of it, as it is very awesome, and I am not exagerating.
There is nothing to worry about, except for the passengers. The
passengers should take the necessary steps to ground themselves inside
the space craft so as to not become a conductor of electrical
energies.

Normally, these plates are separated by thirty feet or more, and all
precautions are taken to make sure the passengers are properly
grounded.

If the hull of the ship and it's wings if it has any are made of a
nice, shiny metal, it will look very pretty.

This will set up a gravitational field that stretches from here on
planet Earth, to a little past Pluto. It's all you need as far as
gravitational fields are concerned for put putting around our solar
system.

Question: How Do You Set Up A Real Time TransGalactical
Telecommunications System?

Answer: You will need about fifty million volts of positively charged
electricity for sending, and about the same amount of negatively
charged electricity for recieving, as you are going to send your
signal across the Milky Way, and past the next five galaxies and
possibly beyond in real time in an attempt to find someone to talk to.

You will need two superconductors for telecommunications purposes. You
are going to send a current of fifty million volts through your
superconducter on the positively charged side of your superconductor
to send your signal out. You are also going to send into the negative
side of a superconductor fifty thousand volts of negatively charged
electricity.

The superconductor is not going to be used for the purpose of
propulsion, so you will need to choose a suitable superconductor with
a high counterforce. A high counterforce will allow electric energies
and resource sub atomic super particles to pass through the
superconductor without stopping for a moment. They will flow in and
flow out and along to their destination.

For a fifty million volts positively charged superconductor, you could
use a piece of Feldspar, for instance, in the amount of 48 ounces. You
need to run the electrictity through the positivey charged side of the
superconductor, feldspar.

On the negatively charged side of your telecommunications equipment,
you will need to push fifty million volts of negatively charged
electrical energies through the negatively charged side of your 48
ounces of feldspar superconductor transducer.

As worker kids who do the leg work, speeding out and across the
galaxies you will need a small resource supply of platinum that is
oriented so that the positively charged side of the platinum is
situated so that the sub atomic super particles in the positively
charged side of the platinum are close to the positvely charged
rectivier encoder.

AS the worker kids who do the leg work, speeding out and across the
galaxies you will need a small resource supply of platinum that is
oriented so that the negatively charged side of the platinum is
situated so that the sub atomic super particles in the negatively
charged platinum are close to the negatively charged rectifier
decoder.

You will need to know the approximate distance to your target for
telecommunications purposes. If you want to send out a call to the
fluffy galaxy I mentioned about elsewhere with lots of people living
in it that is about due south of me at about forty degrees above the
horizon at a little past dusk, at night, estimate the distance, and
adjust your equipment so that at about the half way point, the
positively charged kids lose their positive charge, and travel the
remainder of the distance as negatively charged sub atomic super
particles platinum kids. You do not want to overshoot your target with
voltages that are too high.

In the same way, on the negatively charged side of the
telecommunications equipment, set your target distance so that the sub
atomic super particles will just land on the planet, and not pass it
by. Half way out they will loes their negative charge and they will
make the remainder of the distance positively charged.

This arrangement, meeting at the halfway point and then shifting their
positive to negative charges, or negative to positive charges is for
the sake of clarity of communication. If you push up the electrical
energy currents too high, the half way point may end up being on the
other side of the target planet, or farther.

You need them to meet up in the middle, and then once they do their
shift, or switch, the positive to the negative, and the negative to
the positive, they will meet up with the sub atomic super particles
coming from the target planet, and they will have a natural attraction
for each other, and the shifted now positively charged sub atomic
super particles worker kids will find their way back down the route to
your telecommunications equipment, and into the negatively charged
super conductor, and to the negatively charged rectifier decoder.

As I said, you will need two rectifiers. One for encoding voice
signals from you through a microphone, to the encoding rectifier that
is powered by positive electrical energies, and one for decoding the
return signals that will be charged with negatively charged energy
particles.

To explain, briefly. Sub atomic particles go zipping out, positively
charged, and about halfway to the listener, if the transmitter is set
properly for the correct distance, the subatomic super particles do a
shift, and they lose their positivity. They then become negatively
charged. This is just how it works in particle physics, and there are
reasons, so when you get your textbooks written for you, you can study
more about this.

You also need a bunch of sub atomic sized genius particles, who are
very handsome and cute, the ladies, that is. You can get this resource
by putting down by the rectifier, a gold coin, or a platinum bracelet,
a silver necklace, and so forth. The gold sub atomic particles are
fairly speedy, and do their work well, so that is really all you need
in terms of sub atomic worker helpers assisting you in your
telecommunications activities.

These little particles, you will think I'm nutso, saying this, but
these tiny particles are alive, and so I say, the men are handsome,
and the women are cute. Actually, discerning their sexual identity is
another lesson in particle physics.

Did you know that molecules are also alive. Well they are, and we just
don't know how they do it, but they are bathed in radiations that
allow them to feed themselves. I suppose they poo poo, too, but I
won't get into that, right now.

Once you put down by the positively charged rectifier a piece of gold
with it oriented in such a way that that the positive side of the
piece of gold is clossest to the positively charged rectifier, that
resource will be used up slowly by the fifty million volts of
positively charged electrical energies kids as they move swiftly
through the positive side of a super conductor, a transducer and pull
the speedy gold positively charged subatomic superparticle kids with
the electrical energies kids to their destination.

I mentioned before that there were subatomic particles ranging at
around twenty five million. I don't want to scare you away, but that
is only the begining. In different parts of our universe, different
elements are available in greater or lesser supplies, or maybe in
nearly no amounts, or possibly none at all. As you discover the new
element kids in our big universe, you start to realize that the
numbers of sub atomic elements kids are a little bit more than I
stated. There are particles of all types and sizes. Recognizing them,
once you learn how that is done, will help you to utilize the best
ones for your particular activity, whether it is intergalactic
communication, or transuniversal communication. That is, from one end
of the universe to the other. You can do it, that is, make a phone
call to the other side of our universe, if you find the speedier kids
in our universe, and there are a lot of them, off hand, here on Earth,
we can start with about twenty five thousand of them, and you haven't
met the really exotic ones, yet.

Sub atomic particles also get smaller in size, the more you look for
them to find out what they are up to. As they get smaller, and this is
not a joke, they increase in numbers. Anyway, they are all alive, too,
and all the kids in the universe, the molecular kids on down to the
sub atomic kids, to down to the tinier kids than them, and so on, they
are all alive, and doing well, and you'll find out one day about some
very interesting groups of kids, for example, the ones who are there
who tell you how to get from point a to point b. They are all over our
universe, and it is a true web or infrastructure design arrangement of
blinking lights, and signalling kids, and who knows what else, but
they will get a nice space ship compass to react and to point in the
direction in which you want to go, if you don't want to get lost.

By the way, subatomic particle kids all have special signatures. Some
make sounds of this kind or of that kind, or they move in this way, or
in that way, and if you get technical about it, there are ways to find
their harmonics, and when you identify some of them by their
harmonics, that will help you to identify them with more certainty.
Reading their signatures aids scientists in identifying them.

Getting back to our discussion about intergalactic communication, your
recieving end should be powered up by fifty million negatively charged
volts of electricity through the negative side of a superconductor.
That will help the little children find their way into your reciever
set. You need to run a negatively charged rectifier along with it.
With that set up, your energies kids will come running back to you,
through your superconductor, and into your decoding negatively charged
rectifier.

That's kind of a beginner's guide to long distance communication
technology. The scientists among you will be able to figure it out.

Be careful, again, and don't electrocute yourself, as that hurts, and
you may stop breathing, and someone will have to call 911, and you may
end up in a hospital for a recovery.

John Ayres

John Ayres
2010-02-22 17:22:45 EST
On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 12:03:52 -0800, John Ayres
<john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:

>On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 07:34:43 -0800, John Ayres
><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>
>>On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 04:25:53 -0800, John Ayres
>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>
>>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:38:06 -0800, John Ayres
>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 21:11:57 -0800, John Ayres
>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 17:38:30 -0800, John Ayres
>>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:39:01 -0800, John Ayres
>>>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 07:51:53 -0800, John Ayres
>>>>>>><john_ayres@aol_dot_com.au> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>How To Turn Your Dune Buggy Into A UFO - Particle Beam Discharger
>>>>>>>>Technologies
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>To start with, I would like you to take a look at a photo of a UFO if
>>>>>>>>you would be so kind, please.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Please check this link.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>That is a picture of a real UFO. There is nothing hoakey about the way
>>>>>>>>the photo was taken, and so forth. Trust me. It's a UFO.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Now. I want to say that it has already passed out of this galaxy, and
>>>>>>>>has traveled through five galaxies in about three years plus some. It
>>>>>>>>has stopped for refueling, a number of times, but it is doing okay,
>>>>>>>>according to my latest info.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Now. You're going to ask, how did it get there that fast?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Well, it is traveling in the trillions of light years per second
>>>>>>>>range, three or four, I think.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Please wait, because I have a few other things to say, first before
>>>>>>>>you build your first UFO.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>It has an antigravitational field that is three to five million
>>>>>>>>lightyears in diameter.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Ha. You don't believe that. Well. Read on.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>It has a gravitational field that is thirty three million to thirty
>>>>>>>>five million light years in diameter.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Ha. He thinks we are a fool.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Well. No. I don't think you are a fool. Current space travel
>>>>>>>>technologies require that you have a gravitational field, as well as
>>>>>>>>an antigravitational field, if you plan on getting to where you wish
>>>>>>>>to go.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>You need them both to create a buffer and to stay glued to the floor
>>>>>>>>of your space craft. There are probably many other reasons as well,
>>>>>>>>why you need these two gravitation related fields.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>How do you make a gravitational field, or an antigravitational field?
>>>>>>>>That is for another paper. Sorry.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>This paper is concerned with sailing your dune buggy through the
>>>>>>>>ionosphere, to begin with, anyway, with a particle beam discharger, or
>>>>>>>>transducer. A transducer is what moves something else through space.
>>>>>>>>You can also conduce an object through space. What is the difference?
>>>>>>>>Conducing seems to me that you are nudging an object to move.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Well, with physics, how do we nudge an object to move.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Please take a superconducter, to start with. What is a superconducter?
>>>>>>>>It is any dense material that allows energies to pass through it. For
>>>>>>>>example, spent fissile fuel rods made into tank shells are worth their
>>>>>>>>weight, or more, in gold because they are very dense, and there is no
>>>>>>>>worry of any type of nuclear explosion with them.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Will spent uranium allow energies to pass through it?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>The answer is, yes.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>If you lower the temperature of it, it will also work better.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Well, tell me. How do I get this going?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>To get it going, get your spent fissile fuel, or other useful
>>>>>>>>superconductor. Do not use plutonium, or uranium, as you may set off a
>>>>>>>>small blast. It's unlikely, but it could in a million plus tries,
>>>>>>>>explode.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>With your spent fissile fuel, set up an argon torch to pass argon
>>>>>>>>light energies directly into the fissile fuel rod.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>What happens next is subatomic particles get their asses kicked.
>>>>>>>>That's a joke. Light energies hit the superconductor sub atomic
>>>>>>>>particles, and by the way, there are about twenty five million sub
>>>>>>>>atomic particles for you physics majors and others to fool around
>>>>>>>>with, and experiment with, and the sub atomic particles absorb the
>>>>>>>>energies and evenutally, they light up.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Guess what happens next. The sub atomic particles become translucent,
>>>>>>>>and light energy waves transmit through the translucent superconductor
>>>>>>>>sub atomic particles. Once that happens, the superconductor draws to
>>>>>>>>it, or conduces, tiny sub atomic particles in droves.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>You will have trouble keeping metal objects from flying across the
>>>>>>>>room, so keep your spare change, and metalic pens, in another room.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>For a scaled down experiment, you can use jax, the kind that we played
>>>>>>>>with when we were kids, some of us, or you can use nickles, or dimes,
>>>>>>>>or pennies, or anything tiny and metalic. The larger the object is,
>>>>>>>>the harder it will be to conduce it.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>But once, after you experiment awhile on this, and once you get things
>>>>>>>>moving, literally, you will see that you have what is called a tractor
>>>>>>>>beam technology.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>To set up tractor beam technology you need something to mount it in,
>>>>>>>>such as a space ship.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>You mount the superconductor somewhere in the space ship, and set up
>>>>>>>>your light emitting instrument in such a way so that light wave
>>>>>>>>energies will pass through it, and when the superconductor gets hot
>>>>>>>>enough, that is, when it absorbs enough light wave energies, it will
>>>>>>>>begin to appear translucent. Once it turns translucent, every thing
>>>>>>>>that is metalic, that is not tied down, will fly towards the
>>>>>>>>superconductor, sub atomic particles included.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>At the same time, you will notice that the space ship takes off, at a
>>>>>>>>very high velocity, as sub atomic particles in the environment come
>>>>>>>>flashing in from all directions, and into the translucent tractor beam
>>>>>>>>lit up supercondutor. They exert a pushing force on the
>>>>>>>>superconductor, so be sure it is fastened securely.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>To get the maximum forward motion for this little hot rod space
>>>>>>>>mobile, mount the superconductor in the front of the ship, right up
>>>>>>>>flush with the nose of the ship.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>You will get more energies flying in from behind your ship, than you
>>>>>>>>will flying in from the sides. In other words, you won't stand still,
>>>>>>>>but you will attain a forward thrust, and eventually, when you realize
>>>>>>>>you are in the ionosphere, you can take up your landing wheels.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Once or twice around the planet is enough for one day's joy ride.
>>>>>>>>Especially, since you don't know yet, how to make a gravitational
>>>>>>>>field, and an antigravitational field and you don't want to go running
>>>>>>>>across intergalactic space without them.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>This technology the ET's gave to the U.S. and other governments,
>>>>>>>>before, and some people know about it. However, they are reluctant to
>>>>>>>>talk about it, because it is high tech, secret military, classified,
>>>>>>>>do you need me to spell it out. Okay. TOP SECRET stuff.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>It is stored in the basement at some or another military base, and no
>>>>>>>>one has access authority to retrieve the parts of it to reassemble it,
>>>>>>>>but they had every thing needed to get it working, properly.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>The are afraid that this technology, all three we've discussed so far,
>>>>>>>>will be used by people for who knows what evil and nefarious purpose,
>>>>>>>>so you see, it is due to the left over atitude of the cold war era
>>>>>>>>that we have this once perfectly functional space craft stored and
>>>>>>>>hidden away in a basement or two, disassembled.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>I happened to see it, when it took off one day, way back in 1969 or
>>>>>>>>so. I didn't know what it was, at the time, but I saw it take off, I
>>>>>>>>saw it slowly ascend into the night sky, about three hundred feet over
>>>>>>>>my head, and I saw the pilot turn it so that the light they had
>>>>>>>>affixed to the front of it was facing in my direction, and I saw it go
>>>>>>>>sideways, over the small mountain to my left. Several friends were
>>>>>>>>with me that day, and we all saw the same thing. Believe me. There
>>>>>>>>were no rotor blades thrupping their way through the air particles.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>I always wondered about that craft, and thought that somehow it was
>>>>>>>>connected to the U.S. Government. I had no proof, and didn't really
>>>>>>>>care, but it was a neat experience for me. Now, after much brain
>>>>>>>>strain, I figured out what is going on.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>By the way, I am a mystic type guy. That is, I am a type of "mystic".
>>>>>>>>It's a profession in India, and maybe some other places. I have dreams
>>>>>>>>every night, almost, about 99.99999% or so of my nights are filled
>>>>>>>>with dreams of past life times. I have piloted helicopters in the
>>>>>>>>ionosphere and higher with this and related, other needed
>>>>>>>>technologies. I have traveled in automobiles outfitted for travel from
>>>>>>>>one landing zone station to another landing zone station, until I
>>>>>>>>arrived at the planet I wanted to visit. That planet, and that
>>>>>>>>structure, the landing zone systems, are all still intact, and I
>>>>>>>>expect, they are all functioning properly.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>I suppose there are other technologies besides tractor beam
>>>>>>>>technologies involved with yanking an automobile off of a landing zone
>>>>>>>>structure, and sending it to the next one, but that is all that I have
>>>>>>>>to say about it, tonight. Except, they make some pretty nice, off road
>>>>>>>>vehicles, that are outfitted for this kind of travel. If you should
>>>>>>>>happen to visit that part of our universe, someday, please ask for a
>>>>>>>>demonstration ride.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>By the way, if you want to get a Volkswagen Minibus up into the
>>>>>>>>ionosphere, you will need a superconductor about the size of an old
>>>>>>>>fashioned, potato chip barrel, or can, with the tin lid on top. That's
>>>>>>>>about 8.8 cubic liters, according to the plastic canister I have at my
>>>>>>>>house, that is of about the same size.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>You'll need an energy supply in the area of five hundred million
>>>>>>>>volts.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Build a superconductor magnetic transformer and you should be able to
>>>>>>>>get your five hundred million volts.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Please speak to the President, and Vice President, and politely
>>>>>>>>request them to empty their storage rooms until they find the pieces
>>>>>>>>for it. You can probably assemble it, if you get all the needed
>>>>>>>>pieces, and the schematics, etc.
>>>>>>>>Or, if you happen to be in Russia, the Russians also have that
>>>>>>>>technology, and it is now in pieces, stored away somewhere, and the
>>>>>>>>Canadians, may too. I don't know about the French, but there were
>>>>>>>>about three or four nations that succeeded in building a prototype.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Sorry, my manner of teaching is not scholorly or scientific, or
>>>>>>>>anything special. I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I am not. I do
>>>>>>>>know that I never graduated from High School, I got a GED, and I've
>>>>>>>>been narcoleptic from childhood which accounts for my lack of
>>>>>>>>attention in the classroom, and my poor grades. It turns out I have
>>>>>>>>restless legs syndrome, and I can't get the sleep that I need at
>>>>>>>>night. With my GED in hand, I went to college, and not that it is
>>>>>>>>important, I studied Japanese for a couple of years, and then moved to
>>>>>>>>Japan for eleven years where I finally learned Japanese, and where I
>>>>>>>>found a very interesting culture. That's my bio.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>I have a facebook page, but I'm reluctant to give it out.
>>>>>>>>Sorry, if I seem disrespectful. Generally I am, but this morning, I'm
>>>>>>>>a little tired.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Signing Off,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>How To Develop A Gravitational Field
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>A transducer has two sides to it. One side accepts positively charged
>>>>>>>particles, and the other side of it accepts negatively charged
>>>>>>>particles.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>A positively charged side of a transducer, that is, of your
>>>>>>>superconductor, will give off a positively charged gravitational
>>>>>>>environment. That's the kind of environment you want to build if you
>>>>>>>plan to stand up in outer space. You want to place this as a plate,
>>>>>>>below you. It will also work to keep a buffer around you and your
>>>>>>>ship.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>A negatively charged side of a transducer, that is, your
>>>>>>>superconductor, will give off a negatively charged anti-gravitational
>>>>>>>field. This superconductor plate needs to be placed over head. It will
>>>>>>>work in tandem with the gravitational field positive transducer to
>>>>>>>keep the gravitational field static. It will also work to keep a
>>>>>>>buffer around you and your ship.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>If you want to back up, you will need a positively charged transducer,
>>>>>>>your superconductor, affixed to the rear end and flush with it, of the
>>>>>>>space craft you wish to build.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>If you wish to hover above the ground, or in mid air, you need to
>>>>>>>place a positively charged transducer, your superconductor, affixed to
>>>>>>>the inside ceiling of your space craft above you so that there is a
>>>>>>>pushing force against the top side of your space craft.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>You will need to set up a system of them in a craft for pulling off
>>>>>>>tricky maneuvers, such as staying upright, turning sideways, backing
>>>>>>>up, and flying sideways or upside down, over a hill, for example, such
>>>>>>>as could have been the case with the one I happened to see at night,
>>>>>>>it had its front facing light on, in rural Virginia, around 1969 with
>>>>>>>my friends. It was flying upright, though. Nothing too special about
>>>>>>>that.(Joke) And again, there were no "thup, thup, thup, thup" chopper
>>>>>>>blade sounds, and I think at about three hundred feet from me, I would
>>>>>>>have heard them, if chopper blades had been present. Instead of the
>>>>>>>"thup, thup, thup, thup" sounds, we, at least, I heard a high pitched
>>>>>>>"eeeeeeeeeee" sound. And that was all the noise it made.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>I think the scientists should be able to figure it out. Start with a
>>>>>>>dougnut sized transducer, your superconductor, and push energies into
>>>>>>>the positive side of it, until you get lift off. With your experiments
>>>>>>>and calculations, you should have it figured out in no time, or
>>>>>>>relatively quickly.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Okay. I guess that says some of what I have to say on gravitational
>>>>>>>fields, lift, push, pull, tricky maneuvers, and our clever government
>>>>>>>for their hiding these things from us, at least since 1969 when I
>>>>>>>happened to see one of these things in a tiny valley west of
>>>>>>>Washington DC.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>By the way, Canada was in the process of building one, but something
>>>>>>>blew in the power supply system they had installed and they just
>>>>>>>shelved it, since they knew the Yanks, that's the Americans south of
>>>>>>>them, had one.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>France built one, they got the diagrams, and so forth, from the same
>>>>>>>source, ET's, and after they built it, they new they could fly it, but
>>>>>>>they just decided it was not for them, and they disassembled it, and
>>>>>>>stored it away in some or another, closets in the ware houses of the
>>>>>>>French military.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>My source is not an ET. I am the source, sort of, in my "mystic" kind
>>>>>>>of way. (Remember, that's my profession. At least for now, and
>>>>>>>probably forever.)
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Cheers!
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>>>
>>>>>>A Few Notes On Space Travel, 02/21/10
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: What are good or useful sub atomic super particles to use if
>>>>>>you want forward thrust propulsion, or backward thrust propulsion,
>>>>>>sideways thrust propulsion, hoovering thrust propulsion, turning
>>>>>>thrust propulsion, and so on.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: Lead supplies them and so does Iron. There are others, as
>>>>>>well. Steel is one. Steel sub atomic super particles are faster, a
>>>>>>little bit, than the sub atomic super particles in lead. But lead sub
>>>>>>atomic superparticles are very strong, and have huge muscles to flex,
>>>>>>and get the forward thrust propulsion job done, well.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>If you wish to put put around our solar system, you should plan on
>>>>>>bringing a few ingots of lead for propulsion.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>It is probably a good idea to not use steel for the hull of your ship,
>>>>>>or for much else in your ship. Otherwise, your ship's hull will slowly
>>>>>>lose the internal subatomic super particles, and it will become
>>>>>>lighter and flimsy. Titanium is useful for a strong hull. Use steel,
>>>>>>iron, or lead for propulsion, for example, and you can use a
>>>>>>molybedeum / titanium alloy for the hull. Molybedeum and titanium work
>>>>>>very well together as an alloy and it is very strong.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>The subatomic super particles the tiny genius kids in the lead or iron
>>>>>>will come speeding out of the sub atomic worlds at such a furious rate
>>>>>>of speed, they will smash, one after another, their heads into the
>>>>>>counter force barrier inside the superconductor transducer. Steel kids
>>>>>>are not good to use if you plan to use a molybedeum / titanium hull.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>There is a phenomenon called "wash out" and steel super kids tend to
>>>>>>wash out, or wear away, or cause to lose the integral strength of the
>>>>>>titanium / molybedeum alloy kids.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: What thickness of hull do you need for your Volkswagen
>>>>>>minibus spaceship if you want to make sure it does not get ripped
>>>>>>apart by forward thrusting propulsion or reverse thrusting propulsion
>>>>>>activities?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: About a seven foot thick titanium molybedeum alloy hull will
>>>>>>be sufficient given the specs so far.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: Should we be concerned about molecular weights measurements
>>>>>>when flying or when put putting through space in our Volkswagen
>>>>>>minibus?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: Yes.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: Why is that?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: Because, molecular weights change as speeds increase.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: Why is that important?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: Because as molecular weights change, you will begin to feel
>>>>>>ill, and you may even die. You need monitor and change the
>>>>>>gravitational and antigravitational forces to maintain a steady
>>>>>>molecular weight environment if, as you are traveling along, you wish
>>>>>>to feel alright, and not throw up, or worse. In a worse case scenario,
>>>>>>a person can die if the molecular weights go too far one way, or too
>>>>>>far the other or the ship itself can collapse in on itself. So, for a
>>>>>>short hop down to the local McDonald's restaruant, you don't need to
>>>>>>worry too much about your gravitational and antigravitational
>>>>>>environment, if you take it nice and slowly. However, if you plan to
>>>>>>speed, you had better be careful that you have a correctly balanced
>>>>>>gravitational and antigravitaional environment.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Please note. After building your space ship, when you begin to get
>>>>>>accustomed to sitting and working inside the space craft before you
>>>>>>take off, and you might as well give it a few days to several days, to
>>>>>>get adjusted, you will get sea legs for a few days, as it takes some
>>>>>>time for you to get adjusted to the slightly different from planet
>>>>>>Earth gravitational and antigravitational environment inside the space
>>>>>>ship. Once adusted, you are free for take off.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: What do we need to do as a first step?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: Get a map.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: What do we need to do as a step prior to the first step?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: Oh, I suppose several things. One is to get into contact with
>>>>>>that little galaxy, about the size of a cuff button, or white shirt
>>>>>>button, down to the south from my apartment complex, almost due south,
>>>>>>that is about 40 degrees high in the slighly past dusk night sky in
>>>>>>early March. I saw it in 2005. Where it is now, I haven't looked to
>>>>>>see but I suppose it is still down in that general direction.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Question: Why Is That?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Answer: Because, you will need to talk to somebody there to learn what
>>>>>>the technologies are that you will need to use to be able to download
>>>>>>in binary code, for instance, for what ever it is that you are going
>>>>>>to put together for a map of our universe with all of it's
>>>>>>coordinates. In our universe, when we fly around, we don't have a
>>>>>>compass that points to the north, south, east and west directions. We
>>>>>>are at the center of a transparent, globe, and we find our way to
>>>>>>other places by first locating our coordinates, and then, secondly, by
>>>>>>locating our destination's coordinates.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You scientists will be able to figure all of this out, easily, once
>>>>>>you get into contact with our neighbors to the south.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>It is tricky driving out there, so sometimes you'll need to veer
>>>>>>right, or sometimes, you'll need to head for the deck, that is, go in
>>>>>>a downward direction, or sometimes you'll need to head for the
>>>>>>ceiling, that is, go in a direction that gets you climbing upwardsly,
>>>>>>and so forth.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>It's a kind of spirally little grey galaxy that you want to find south
>>>>>>of me, that's a little fluffy, and you can see it with the naked eye.
>>>>>>There are two other galaxies stacked up one on top of the other,
>>>>>>nearly, in a row, almost, in that same area, and the fluffy one seems
>>>>>>to be the nearest one.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>There are many human civilizations with reciever sets turned on and
>>>>>>just waiting to pick up calls from people like you and me. I won't be
>>>>>>on the phone with them, anytime, soon, but I hope you or somebody you
>>>>>>know, will. They will help you with every thing from A to Z, and
>>>>>>beyond.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>They use the galactic consortium system down there in that fluffy
>>>>>>galaxy south of me, and some one there ought to be able to speak a
>>>>>>language someone on this planet can speak, and understand. You can
>>>>>>record your conversations, and different people, such as native,
>>>>>>indigenous people there, and others, can volunteer one after another
>>>>>>to give a sample of their speech to you over the phone line linkup.
>>>>>>Eventually, someone will understand one or more of the volunteers'
>>>>>>speech. Once you get the communication window open, then I'm sure they
>>>>>>will be very courteous, and attentive, and gladly willing to help you
>>>>>>out with your requests for information.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Once you get into contact with them, after you get acquainted, ask
>>>>>>them about the one world unified global planetary system, the one
>>>>>>world government system, how to work on getting it started up on this
>>>>>>planet, and how to join a galactic consortium, perhaps theirs. They
>>>>>>have all the information you need on these subjects, and others. They
>>>>>>also have schematics for nice space crafts you can build on a NASA, or
>>>>>>BOEING, or Airbus budget. They will be more than happy to see that you
>>>>>>get all the information that you ask for.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Please remember to follow all the posted speed limits, if you happen
>>>>>>to see any signs.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>>
>>>>>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications
>>>>>
>>>>>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>>>>>
>>>>>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>>>>>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>>>>>
>>>>>Signal Carriers
>>>>>
>>>>>Gold, low counterforce
>>>>>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>>>>>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>>>>>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>>>>>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>>>>>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>>>>>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>>>>>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>>>>>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>>>>>Silver, high counterforce
>>>>>Copper, high counterforce
>>>>>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>>>>>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>>>>>
>>>>>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>>>>>
>>>>>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>>>>>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>>>>>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>>>>>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>>>>>superconductor.
>>>>>
>>>>>John Ayres
>>>>
>>>>A Note On: Intergalactic Telecommunications Rev. 09:30 21-02-10
>>>>
>>>>Superconductors And Their Counterforce
>>>>
>>>>Low Counterforce = Useful for telecommunications
>>>>High Counterforce = Not useful for telecommunications
>>>>
>>>>Signal Carriers
>>>>
>>>>Gold, low counterforce
>>>>Nickle, ultra low counterforece
>>>>Note: Nickle is very eratic
>>>>Beryl ultra low counterforce
>>>>Titanium, ultra ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>Diamond, super ultra low counterforce
>>>>Note: Diamond is very eratic
>>>>Garnet, super ultra low counterforce
>>>>Emerald, super ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>Jade, super, super, super, ultra, ultra ultra low counterforce
>>>>Feldspar, Excellent Super Conductor For Telecommunications
>>>>Note: Jade is "rock solid" for telecomunications purposes
>>>>Platinum, medium high counterforce
>>>>Silver, high counterforce
>>>>Copper, high counterforce
>>>>Lead, super ultra high counterforce
>>>>Iron, super ultra high counterforce, but not as high as lead
>>>>
>>>>Subatomic Superparticles Resources
>>>>
>>>>Gold is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Diamond is not so good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Saphire peters out after awhile with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Lead is very slow with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Silver is a bit eratic when used with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Graphite is very useful with Jade as the superconductor. The graphite
>>>>has to be very pure to work efficiently. People use graphite and Jade
>>>>together in telecommunications equipment in many places.
>>>>Pyrite is exceptionally good with Jade as the superconductor.
>>>>Emerald is even more exceptional than Pyrite with Jade as the
>>>>superconductor.
>>>>
>>>>Jade has to be cooled as a superconductor to work properly.
>>>>
>>>>Gold is erratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>>>Pyrope is a bit eratic with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>>>Garnet is excellent with Feldspar as the superconductor
>>>>Emerald is a little better than garnet with Feldspar as the
>>>>superconductor, but it is a little erratic.
>>>>Platinum is extremely useful with Feldspar as the superconductor.
>>>>Platinum has to be cooled to work best with feldspar
>>>>
>>>>Good Luck.
>>>>
>>>>John Ayres
>>>
>>>Flying Through Treacherous Territories In Outer Space
>>>
>>>Question: How Do You Make Your Space Craft Nearly Indestructible
>>>
>>>Answer: You increase the amperage of the outer hull to between from
>>>50,000 amperers for making your way through tiny, silty like particles
>>>at relatively high speeds to up to between 100,000,000 to 150,000
>>>million amperes for making your way through tiny sand to tiny rock
>>>particles smaller than the average size piece of gravel, to up to
>>>350,000,000 amperes at which point, you may be able to fly directly
>>>into a small asteroid and the asteroid will come out the loser, that
>>>is, all smashed up.
>>>
>>>Further, reverse energies, energies that move backwards rather than
>>>forwards, need to be present in the ships hull as well. the amperes
>>>settings need to be at the same levels and in the same amounts as the
>>>normal energies. So for a space craft to fly in and to make its way
>>>through areas of our universe where you will find lots of space dirt,
>>>and debris, you may need to slow down a little and then up the
>>>currents to the outer hull, both the normal currents and the reverse
>>>energies currents.
>>>
>>>With that, flying perilous missions in search of new resources, new
>>>elements, new mining opportunities, new land to live on, on pristine,
>>>uninhabited planets, in newly built living quarters, collonies, and
>>>cities built by advance groups of engineers, architects, and building
>>>trades peaople, for example, to get away from our place of residence,
>>>this planet Earth, for example, before its sun burns out, dissipates,
>>>and will no longer support life, once normally hazardous, perilous,
>>>life threatening missions will become less hazardous, perilous, and
>>>ess life threatening.
>>>
>>>You and your crew members will be able to leave planet earth in
>>>advance with a general knowledge of where you want to go, find your
>>>planet you wish to investigate, and then land, do the research, and
>>>return home, unscathed.
>>>
>>>Once you get your text books downloaded from one of our friendly but
>>>distant civilizations, and then translated into the many languages
>>>there are for people who are interested in this project, you can study
>>>up on this, and learn all the details of it.
>>>
>>>Have A Happy Day!
>>>
>>>John Ayres
>>
>>How Big Is This Universe?
>>
>>The fellow or lady who visited us not long ago, as I pointed out,
>>whose space craft you can see at this link,
>>
>>http://www.ufoevidence.org/photographs/section/featuredphotos/Photo325.htm
>>
>>As I said, previously, he or she has already passed out of this
>>galaxy, the Milky Way, and is five galaxies over. It has taken him or
>>her about three years plus some to get to where he is today from here.
>>He is traveling actually closer to the rate of five trillion light
>>years per second though he or she sometimes slows down to three or
>>four trillion light years per second. He or she has stopped several
>>times to refuel, stock up on supplies, stretch his or her legs, and
>>get some R & R, and some exercise.
>>
>>For him or her to get to the furthest edge of the universe heading in
>>that direction, he or she would have to increase his or her speed by
>>one million billion trillion zillion quadragazillion times and then by
>>about thirteen times speedier than that for another eight years for
>>him or her to get close to that edge of our universe. It could be a
>>little further than that, but we're not going to get into it, at this
>>time. What's out there? Okay. Some of you will snicker. There is a
>>greyish, pinkish, whiteish cloud like mass. That mass is at the edge
>>of our universe in all directions. What's beyond? Well, it gets into
>>an area of reality that is something we aren't able to relate to
>>because we don't have the words for it, not any simple ones, anyway.
>>
>>Our universe evolved out of what was here before what is here now. It
>>is very large, almost incomprehensibly large. There was no big bang
>>start up to the universe as some people have suggested, but it was a
>>steady, and gradual evolution.
>>
>>It started with something that is incomprehensible to us, today and
>>that we don't have the vocabularly to discuss in simple terms, anyway.
>>It evolved first the life forms of the tiniest of sub molecular
>>particles. As time went on, larger and larger sub molecular particles
>>also evolved. The sizes of particles finally made their way up to the
>>molecular world of molecules and the solids, liquids, gasses, and so
>>forth, that we can see around us.
>>
>>Molecules are actually, then, very big and clunky but that are good as
>>homes for the sub atomic particle kids.
>>
>>So, it is kind of a joke for me, but I refer often to the little kids
>>who are the tiny sub molecular workers in our universe who are all
>>alive. Well, if you think about it, we were the last to evolve out of
>>the soupy mash that evolved out of what was here, earlier. Therefore,
>>we are the late comers, and though we are large in body size, we are
>>the little kids on the blocks because the submolecular worker kids who
>>were here before we were, and the molecular kids have all beaten us by
>>age, for one, by who knows how long a period of time.
>>
>>It's a pretty big place to explore, this universe, and it is getting
>>larger, every day, as the evolutionary processes have not stopped. Out
>>at the outer edges, you can still see them going on, today.
>>
>>John
>
>Particle Physics - A Few Notes Revision 02-22-10 11:40 a.m.
>
>Question: How do you slow down a space craft?
>
>Answer: With your thumb, if it is not moving very fast.
>
>Best Answer: There may be many ways to slow down a space craft, but
>one here I'll mention is to just bring down the positively charged
>thruster voltages for energies traveling through the superconductor
>forward thrusters. As you do that, a counter force will develop in the
>superconductor, the transducer. The luminosity of the superconductor
>will decline as the counterforce increases. With fewer and fewer
>incoming energy particles, the counter force will slowly reach a
>static level of conductivity.
>
>At or at about the same time you started the first proceedure, turn on
>your reverse direction propulsion system and you will get reverse
>thrust that should slow your space craft to a complete stop. Please
>turn on the reverse thrusters, slowly, and cautiously, and be very
>careful you keep your space craft in one piece. If you push a high
>positively charged electrical energy current through the reverse
>thrust superconductors the space craft won't be good for anything but
>scrap as it will fall to pieces. When it slows down all the way, the
>craft may begin moving backwards in a reverse manner, if you overdo
>the reverse direction superconductor thruster(s). It will take some
>experience on your part to get it right, and a whole lot of
>booklearning, too.
>
>Question: How Do You Get A Space Craft To Glitter And Glow Purplish
>and Violet Colors
>
>Answer: The antigravity superconductor overhead plate should have
>about 650,000 amperes of negatively charged electricity pushed through
>the negative side of it.
>
>At the same time, the positive gravity conductor below your feet
>should have 650,000 positively charged amperes to the power of 10
>(ten) driven through its positive side.
>
>When you do this, the ship will begin to glitter and glow, violet to
>purple energies all over it, arching and sparking. You may wish to
>take a photo of it, as it is very awesome, and I am not exagerating.
>There is nothing to worry about, except for the passengers. The
>passengers should take the necessary steps to ground themselves inside
>the space craft so as to not become a conductor of electrical
>energies.
>
>Normally, these plates are separated by thirty feet or more, and all
>precautions are taken to make sure the passengers are properly
>grounded.
>
>If the hull of the ship and it's wings if it has any are made of a
>nice, shiny metal, it will look very pretty.
>
>This will set up a gravitational field that stretches from here on
>planet Earth, to a little past Pluto. It's all you need as far as
>gravitational fields are concerned for put putting around our solar
>system.
>
>Question: How Do You Set Up A Real Time TransGalactical
>Telecommunications System?
>
>Answer: You will need about fifty million volts of positively charged
>electricity for sending, and about the same amount of negatively
>charged electricity for recieving, as you are going to send your
>signal across the Milky Way, and past the next five galaxies and
>possibly beyond in real time in an attempt to find someone to talk to.
>
>You will need two superconductors for telecommunications purposes. You
>are going to send a current of fifty million volts through your
>superconducter on the positively charged side of your superconductor
>to send your signal out. You are also going to send into the negative
>side of a superconductor fifty thousand volts of negatively charged
>electricity.
>
>The superconductor is not going to be used for the purpose of
>propulsion, so you will need to choose a suitable superconductor with
>a high counterforce. A high counterforce will allow electric energies
>and resource sub atomic super particles to pass through the
>superconductor without stopping for a moment. They will flow in and
>flow out and along to their destination.
>
>For a fifty million volts positively charged superconductor, you could
>use a piece of Feldspar, for instance, in the amount of 48 ounces. You
>need to run the electrictity through the positivey charged side of the
>superconductor, feldspar.
>
>On the negatively charged side of your telecommunications equipment,
>you will need to push fifty million volts of negatively charged
>electrical energies through the negatively charged side of your 48
>ounces of feldspar superconductor transducer.
>
>As worker kids who do the leg work, speeding out and across the
>galaxies you will need a small resource supply of platinum that is
>oriented so that the positively charged side of the platinum is
>situated so that the sub atomic super particles in the positively
>charged side of the platinum are close to the positvely charged
>rectivier encoder.
>
>AS the worker kids who do the leg work, speeding out and across the
>galaxies you will need a small resource supply of platinum that is
>oriented so that the negatively charged side of the platinum is
>situated so that the sub atomic super particles in the negatively
>charged platinum are close to the negatively charged rectifier
>decoder.
>
>You will need to know the approximate distance to your target for
>telecommunications purposes. If you want to send out a call to the
>fluffy galaxy I mentioned about elsewhere with lots of people living
>in it that is about due south of me at about forty degrees above the
>horizon at a little past dusk, at night, estimate the distance, and
>adjust your equipment so that at about the half way point, the
>positively charged kids lose their positive charge, and travel the
>remainder of the distance as negatively charged sub atomic super
>particles platinum kids. You do not want to overshoot your target with
>voltages that are too high.
>
>In the same way, on the negatively charged side of the
>telecommunications equipment, set your target distance so that the sub
>atomic super particles will just land on the planet, and not pass it
>by. Half way out they will loes their negative charge and they will
>make the remainder of the distance positively charged.
>
>This arrangement, meeting at the halfway point and then shifting their
>positive to negative charges, or negative to positive charges is for
>the sake of clarity of communication. If you push up the electrical
>energy currents too high, the half way point may end up being on the
>other side of the target planet, or farther.
>
>You need them to meet up in the middle, and then once they do their
>shift, or switch, the positive to the negative, and the negative to
>the positive, they will meet up with the sub atomic super particles
>coming from the target planet, and they will have a natural attraction
>for each other, and the shifted now positively charged sub atomic
>super particles worker kids will find their way back down the route to
>your telecommunications equipment, and into the negatively charged
>super conductor, and to the negatively charged rectifier decoder.
>
>As I said, you will need two rectifiers. One for encoding voice
>signals from you through a microphone, to the encoding rectifier that
>is powered by positive electrical energies, and one for decoding the
>return signals that will be charged with negatively charged energy
>particles.
>
>To explain, briefly. Sub atomic particles go zipping out, positively
>charged, and about halfway to the listener, if the transmitter is set
>properly for the correct distance, the subatomic super particles do a
>shift, and they lose their positivity. They then become negatively
>charged. This is just how it works in particle physics, and there are
>reasons, so when you get your textbooks written for you, you can study
>more about this.
>
>You also need a bunch of sub atomic sized genius particles, who are
>very handsome and cute, the ladies, that is. You can get this resource
>by putting down by the rectifier, a gold coin, or a platinum bracelet,
>a silver necklace, and so forth. The gold sub atomic particles are
>fairly speedy, and do their work well, so that is really all you need
>in terms of sub atomic worker helpers assisting you in your
>telecommunications activities.
>
>These little particles, you will think I'm nutso, saying this, but
>these tiny particles are alive, and so I say, the men are handsome,
>and the women are cute. Actually, discerning their sexual identity is
>another lesson in particle physics.
>
>Did you know that molecules are also alive. Well they are, and we just
>don't know how they do it, but they are bathed in radiations that
>allow them to feed themselves. I suppose they poo poo, too, but I
>won't get into that, right now.
>
>Once you put down by the positively charged rectifier a piece of gold
>with it oriented in such a way that that the positive side of the
>piece of gold is clossest to the positively charged rectifier, that
>resource will be used up slowly by the fifty million volts of
>positively charged electrical energies kids as they move swiftly
>through the positive side of a super conductor, a transducer and pull
>the speedy gold positively charged subatomic superparticle kids with
>the electrical energies kids to their destination.
>
>I mentioned before that there were subatomic particles ranging at
>around twenty five million. I don't want to scare you away, but that
>is only the begining. In different parts of our universe, different
>elements are available in greater or lesser supplies, or maybe in
>nearly no amounts, or possibly none at all. As you discover the new
>element kids in our big universe, you start to realize that the
>numbers of sub atomic elements kids are a little bit more than I
>stated. There are particles of all types and sizes. Recognizing them,
>once you learn how that is done, will help you to utilize the best
>ones for your particular activity, whether it is intergalactic
>communication, or transuniversal communication. That is, from one end
>of the universe to the other. You can do it, that is, make a phone
>call to the other side of our universe, if you find the speedier kids
>in our universe, and there are a lot of them, off hand, here on Earth,
>we can start with about twenty five thousand of them, and you haven't
>met the really exotic ones, yet.
>
>Sub atomic particles also get smaller in size, the more you look for
>them to find out what they are up to. As they get smaller, and this is
>not a joke, they increase in numbers. Anyway, they are all alive, too,
>and all the kids in the universe, the molecular kids on down to the
>sub atomic kids, to down to the tinier kids than them, and so on, they
>are all alive, and doing well, and you'll find out one day about some
>very interesting groups of kids, for example, the ones who are there
>who tell you how to get from point a to point b. They are all over our
>universe, and it is a true web or infrastructure design arrangement of
>blinking lights, and signalling kids, and who knows what else, but
>they will get a nice space ship compass to react and to point in the
>direction in which you want to go, if you don't want to get lost.
>
>By the way, subatomic particle kids all have special signatures. Some
>make sounds of this kind or of that kind, or they move in this way, or
>in that way, and if you get technical about it, there are ways to find
>their harmonics, and when you identify some of them by their
>harmonics, that will help you to identify them with more certainty.
>Reading their signatures aids scientists in identifying them.
>
>Getting back to our discussion about intergalactic communication, your
>recieving end should be powered up by fifty million negatively charged
>volts of electricity through the negative side of a superconductor.
>That will help the little children find their way into your reciever
>set. You need to run a negatively charged rectifier along with it.
>With that set up, your energies kids will come running back to you,
>through your superconductor, and into your decoding negatively charged
>rectifier.
>
>That's kind of a beginner's guide to long distance communication
>technology. The scientists among you will be able to figure it out.
>
>Be careful, again, and don't electrocute yourself, as that hurts, and
>you may stop breathing, and someone will have to call 911, and you may
>end up in a hospital for a recovery.
>
>John Ayres

Particle Physics - Weapons For Peace And Stability

There are subatomic superparticles in electrical energy currents and
if you use them you can combine them with sound wave sub atomic super
particals energies kids and, and with a little more tweaking, and
application of this technology, the result is, you can separate the
molecular bonds of any solid object.

You use uranium, plutonium, or cobalt, for instance, as a
superconductor and you shoot high voltage energies currents into the
superconductor. At the same time, you need the resource supplies of
sub atomic super particles worker kids to travel along and do their
work. You can use steel, or lead, or cadmium, or titanium, or
platinum, for instance, and you shoot the high voltage energy current
into the uranium with the resourses kids nearby so that they go along,
too, and do their work.

At the same time, down another uranium superconductor, and you want to
point them both in the same direction at the same object, you
transduce sub atomic super particles that produce sounds of various
kinds. Sound particals and metals particals work very well together if
you wish to departicalize something. Some sounds are better than other
sounds and work more effiently. You find the sub atomic super
particles that make useful sounds in substances such as rubber,
plastic, rayon, calcium, magnesium, pearls, coral, and so forth.

You direct the two superconductors at the same object you wish to
departicalize, and you let loose, or pull the trigger. As you do that,
the object will slowly vanish as you departicalize it. Departicalizing
is merely separating the molecular bonds between large and clunky
molecules.

You can departicalize useless human beings, such as rapists, homicidal
maniacs, serial killers, carreer offenders, violent criminals, and
generally unwanted persons who are constantly trying to rob from
others, or screw them over somehow or another, organized crime
members, such as the Chinese Mafia, or the Italian Mafia that
supposedly doesn't exist, gang bangers, and we can go on, and say
there are treacherous people who set up other people for thier life
insurance policies, and then have them killed, these types of people
who refuse to behave like a normal human being can easily be
departicalized with this type of technology.

You are not killing them. You are sending them on to their next life
in the eternal system of migration from one life to the next. It is
painless and instantaneous if you've got it set up right, and it may
be a little scary to the person who is going to disappear, but it will
be over in a flash, and that will be that.

You can also departicalize hospital beridden comatose patients, i.e.,
the brain dead patients. That will save on precious financial
resources.

No one really dies in our universe. We just go on, from one life to
another. One day, when our technologies are developed highly enough,
there is a way to confirm this, as every record of every action of
every person alive and dead is kept in a records database, and this
records database is accessable if you have the right technologies to
access it with, so you can see what you did in your previous
lifetimes, and smile, or laugh, or wince, and so on. This universe, in
one senese, is like a giant RAM memory module and every action of
every person is imprinted into it nearly permanently. As it gets
older, it degrades, and eventually, it is lost for good.

The departicalizing technology on a large scale is useful for getting
rid of old and rusting trains, junked cars, old railroad bridges,
junked submarines and rusting ships, heavy metals, toxic waste, and so
forth.

You can also departicalize weapons such as entire armories in rouge
nation states who want to hide their weapons, such as tanks, missiles,
transportation vehicles, and so on, and you can get rid of weapons
caches hidden by militias.

You can fly over a country which is not following, say, a Geneva
Accord On Nuclear Proliferation, for example, and you can
departicalize all the facilities, and personelle who work there. And
again, it is instant, and painlesss.

People have their karma, and will go on to their next life time to do
the same kind of stuff, all over again. That's how karma generally
works, actually, it is just about how it always works.

Departicalizing a person is not killing the person, it is merely
saying goodbye to the person, and wishing the person the best, but
some where else.

It may not sound Christian, and it is not, but whole populations of
starving, downtrodden individuals living in squalor, warring
individuals, wielding machetes and people in slums eating out of trash
dumps, can all wave, and in a flash, they will be departicalized, and
sent off to a new life.

This is a solution to over population, and limited resources. People
who wish to work, who wish to contribute, they will be allowed to, and
arrangements for them to work will be made, whether it is at the
Vanilla and Chocolate bean farms around the world, where child labor
runs rampant, or anywhere else, such as areas of the world where
migrant farmers work at below minimum wages.

The superrich, such as the Rothchilds, or Bill Gate, or Tiger Woods,
can be taxed heavily, bringing down their fortunes to a reasonable
level. These monies can be used to pay for houseing for persons who
wish to work, such as migrant farmers, and at the same time, it will
pay for their food, medical health, and education.

When you make contact with the folks living in the fluffy galaxy just
about due south of me, as I've mentioned about, you can ask about this
kind of program, as well.

Particle Physics - Weapons For Peace And Stability

There are subatomic superparticles in electrical energy currents and
if you use them you can combine them with sound wave sub atomic super
particals energies kids and, and with a little more tweaking, and
application of this technology, the result is, you can separate the
molecular bonds of any solid object.

You use uranium, plutonium, or cobalt, for instance, as a
superconductor and you shoot high voltage energies currents into the
superconductor. At the same time, you need the resource supplies of
sub atomic super particles worker kids to travel along and do their
work. You can use steel, or lead, or cadmium, or titanium, or
platinum, for instance, and you shoot the high voltage energy current
into the uranium with the resourses kids nearby so that they go along,
too, and do their work.

At the same time, down another uranium superconductor, and you want to
point them both in the same direction at the same object, you
transduce sub atomic super particles that produce sounds of various
kinds. Sound particals and metals particals work very well together if
you wish to departicalize something. Some sounds are better than other
sounds and work more effiently. You find the sub atomic super
particles that make useful sounds in substances such as rubber,
plastic, rayon, calcium, magnesium, pearls, coral, and so forth.

You direct the two superconductors at the same object you wish to
departicalize, and you let loose, or pull the trigger. As you do that,
the object will slowly vanish as you departicalize it. Departicalizing
is merely separating the molecular bonds between large and clunky
molecules.

You can departicalize useless human beings, such as rapists, homicidal
maniacs, serial killers, carreer offenders, violent criminals, and
generally unwanted persons who are constantly trying to rob from
others, or screw them over somehow or another, organized crime
members, such as the Chinese Mafia, or the Italian Mafia that
supposedly doesn't exist, gang bangers, and we can go on, and say
there are treacherous people who set up other people for thier life
insurance policies, and then have them killed, these types of people
who refuse to behave like a normal human being can easily be
departicalized with this type of technology.

You are not killing them. You are sending them on to their next life
in the eternal system of migration from one life to the next. It is
painless and instantaneous if you've got it set up right, and it may
be a little scary to the person who is going to disappear, but it will
be over in a flash, and that will be that.

You can also departicalize hospital beridden comatose patients, i.e.,
the brain dead patients. That will save on precious financial
resources.

No one really dies in our universe. We just go on, from one life to
another. One day, when our technologies are developed highly enough,
there is a way to confirm this, as every record of every action of
every person alive and dead is kept in a records database, and this
records database is accessable if you have the right technologies to
access it with, so you can see what you did in your previous
lifetimes, and smile, or laugh, or wince, and so on. This universe, in
one senese, is like a giant RAM memory module and every action of
every person is imprinted into it nearly permanently. As it gets
older, it degrades, and eventually, it is lost for good.

The departicalizing technology on a large scale is useful for getting
rid of old and rusting trains, junked cars, old railroad bridges,
junked submarines and rusting ships, heavy metals, toxic waste, and so
forth.

You can also departicalize weapons such as entire armories in rouge
nation states who want to hide their weapons, such as tanks, missiles,
transportation vehicles, and so on, and you can get rid of weapons
caches hidden by militias.

You can fly over a country which is not following, say, a Geneva
Accord On Nuclear Proliferation, for example, and you can
departicalize all the facilities, and personelle who work there. And
again, it is instant, and painlesss.

People have their karma, and will go on to their next life time to do
the same kind of stuff, all over again. That's how karma generally
works, actually, it is just about how it always works.

Departicalizing a person is not killing the person, it is merely
saying goodbye to the person, and wishing the person the best, but
some where else.

It may not sound Christian, and it is not, but whole populations of
starving, downtrodden individuals living in squalor, warring
individuals, wielding machetes and people in slums eating out of trash
dumps, can all wave, and in a flash, they will be departicalized, and
sent off to a new life.

This is a solution to over population, and limited resources. People
who wish to work, who wish to contribute, they will be allowed to, and
arrangements for them to work will be made, whether it is at the
Vanilla and Chocolate bean farms around the world, where child labor
runs rampant, or anywhere else, such as areas of the world where
migrant farmers work at below minimum wages.

The superrich, such as the Rothchilds, or Bill Gate, or Tiger Woods,
can be taxed heavily, bringing down their fortunes to a reasonable
level. These monies can be used to pay for houseing for persons who
wish to work, such as migrant farmers, and at the same time, it will
pay for their food, medical health, and education.

When you make contact with the folks living in the fluffy galaxy just
about due south of me, as I've mentioned about, you can ask about this
kind of program, as well.

Evetually, we will have a less chaotic, more peaceful global
civilization for all of us to live in.

John Ayres
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