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Re: Not A Conspiracy Theory

From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul>
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2011 11:15:40 -0400
Archived: Fri, 18 Mar 2011 11:30:40 -0500
Subject: Re: Not A Conspiracy Theory


>From: Ray Dickenson<r.dickenson.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto<post.nul>
>Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2011 17:51:40 -0000
>Subject: Not A Conspiracy Theory [was: Cranks vs Rationalists]

><snip>

>The others I can't find, but do know a little about the last
>one: NASA had announced a world-wide effort to test the 'Allais
>Effect' on Foucault Pendula during an eclipse (Aug 1999),
>although it later seems that NASA wanted to disprove the effect.

>http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/1999/ast06aug99_1/

>I communicated with the NASA supervisor in the month or so lead-
>up (nothing earthshaking - just asking why he wasn't also using
>gyroscopes, as a 'free' or un-governed gyro would be many times
>more sensitive (depending on its speed). At first he was
>surprised but realized almost straight away. The experiment
>involved universities etc spaced around the world so maybe he
>didn't have time (though I doubt it - if they'd really wanted
>to). After the eclipse there was a mysterious, long silence from
>NASA. After many enquiries it appears that NASA had "abandoned"
>the experiment, giving no real reason, leaving  participants to
>publish on their own if they felt like it, At least one
>university did, and said (iirc) that there was a correlation.

>Since then, as with the other items, the Internet seems curiously
>quiet on those subjects.

>BTW - an 'inertial' force, non-local and instantaneous over
>arbitrary distance, is exactly what you'd need to duplicate the
>observed performance of UFOs.

Thank you, I did not know about the effect of the eclipse on the
Foucault pendulum.

Other anomalous effects of a solar eclipse have been observed.
Kozyrev, a Russian astronomer, discovered what he called "time
flow", which was affected by changes in entropy. His detector
was influenced by astronomical events including a solar eclipse.
The 'force' appeared to be instantaneous since it was measured
from a star in its present position rather than where it
appeared to be.

http://tinyurl.com/46tzbsc

More recently, random event generators (REGs) in the path of an
eclipse were shown to deviate significantly from chance around
the time of the eclipse. Other REGs not in the path were not so
affected.

http://tinyurl.com/6exg4hj

In a follow-up analysis, it seemed that the effect on the REGs'
variance occurred during the 15 min immediately preceding the
eclipse peak. This is consistent with Kozyrev's time flow
hypothesis, since this is the time when entropy was likely
changing as the sun was in the process of being occluded.

http://tinyurl.com/6znpz99

The concept of time flow is consistent with Wilbert Smith's
"tempic field" idea given to him by "the boys upstairs". He says
"I am informed that what our clocks register is not actually
time, but rate of change of entropy and that time is actually a
field which makes the entropy change; that there is very little
difference between time and the other two fields which make up
the field fabric, magnetic and electric."

http://tinyurl.com/4ak6fwl

He was told that this tempic field is altered by the saucers'
propulsion systems, and time near the saucer would run at a
different rate. This might be consistent with the refraction of
light I have observed near some UFOs in photographs.


William





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