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Posted: Tuesday, January 12, 2010 7:50:04 PM

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Congratulations Dr. Mallett.

For your achievements, for sharing your memories regarding your beloved father and trying to explain us your ideas with modesty. Only yesterday I became aware of your theories due to a tv documentary. When you use the example of sugar cube in the spinning coffee -rather than the coffee bean- I couldn’t help the sudden thought about the forces involved in the twisting of space-time which may disintegrate a person (like particles of sugar) instead of creating spaguetti-men and spaceships near an event horizon scenario. It was awesome checking that slow motion effect of the photons in that device of yours:

If I understood well what you said (I’m not a physicist) you would use mirrors to create the ring laser equivalent to the “spoon” which drags the coffee space-time, right? And the chrononaut would be a neutron or any other data or sub-particle.

Your device reminded me Anthony Peratt’s stacked toroids and 2-braided current filaments (like DNA) of donut-like Birkeland Plasma.

I read a review about your peers who disagree with your idea like Ehrlich or skeptical Shafiqur Rahman. They say "matter tells space how to curve, and the curved space tells light how to move," but I’m aware of Russian experiences with laser beams creating odd things. I guess you may have reasons they ignore to believe light can twist space.

Are you aware German mathematician Walter Schempp and British physicist Peter Marcer, who had developed a mathematical model to explain how DNA encodes shape and self-organization? Their work suggests that DNA is an oscillating medium, like a radio station, which sends and receives all sorts of genetic information via waves. This represents a radical new way of looking at the way DNA guides the formation of any organism. According to Schempp and Marcer, each base pair of nucleo-tides, containing the genetic instructions A, C, G or T, encodes a diffraction pattern—an image of the wave containing patterns of shape at that particular moment—the information necessary to define the organism’s shape at each stage of development. Think of human DNA “. . . as a stack of . . . millions of CDs with information on them sufficient to generate you,” they write. Each base-pair bond provides a carrier wave for data in three dimensions, and takes the form of an encoding–decoding process, much as a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine takes a picture of human tissue at one-second intervals and builds them up into a moving image.

In this model, genes have a holographic history of the organism’s development—a sort of 3-D biography from the moment of conception. Your body as an infant is essentially an empty vessel, into which wave information from your parents is passed on. As you grow, your chromosomes slowly build up data through the 3-D information carried and stored as waves. According to Marcer’s mathematical mapping, the chromosomes actually produce laser-like beams containing information connecting the chromosomes of the separate cells of an organism into a holistic continuum. Nucleotides radiate certain instructions to various parts of the body, and those cells that are affected then resonate to the same frequency and pick up the signal. Schempp and Marcer provided impeccable calculations and introduced a holographic model, but their ideas remained a mathematical map, as divorced from the flesh and sinew of a human body as a road map of lines on a grid is from the actual terrain. Nevertheless, at the time they were working on their model, Peter Gariaev, a molecular biologist at Moscow’s Institute of Control Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, and his colleague Georg Tertishny, a theoretical laser physicist, gave these theoretical equations shape with hard experimental data. Through a series of ingenious experiments, Gariaev’s team demonstrated that chromosomes emit radiation, or wave energy, that can be picked up at the furthest reaches of the organism. They also demonstrated that DNA appears able to transform one type of frequency to another to send out information.

In one of the first of the experiments, the Russian scientists bombarded DNA preparations in a test tube with a laser beam. To their amazement, the DNA more or less simultaneously converted the beam into a radio frequency, or soundwave. After receiving this information, the DNA molecules began to polarize—to march in step—and, like a miniature transducer, instantaneously converted these radiowaves into its own lower frequency to transmit instructions. This suggests that DNA is a type of resonating cavity that is not only able to ‘read’ these data, but is also capable of converting this information into a form that can be sent out to other genes around the body. In a paper written in collaboration with Gariaev and others, Peter Marcer labelled this technique a new type of ‘EPR spectroscopy’ (after Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen, the quantum physicists who first described non-locality).

Within this system, the Zero Point Field emissions of wave information about objects can be recorded and stored. It was both a brand-new type of radiowave and a unique storage device that could directly record the dynamic behaviour of objects, much as a laser beam in a hologram can encode 3-D information. In a sense, the double helix is both the body’s recording studio and radio station. Gariaev and his colleagues did a study with the seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana (mouse-ear cress)—a small plant of the mustard family, a favorite of genome projects—taken from Chernobyl at the time of the nuclear accident in 1987. These seeds were certain to be dead, killed off in a wintry bath of nuclear radiation. Having obtained some ordinary seeds of the plant, they then exposed these live seeds to a laser beam. The same beam was then shone onto the Chernobyl seeds. What happened next was nothing short of a miracle. Within a few days, the Chernobyl seeds sprouted and, to all intents and purposes, were normal.

Using artificially produced DNA radiation, the Russians have dramatically accelerated plant growth. In a study of potatoes overexposed to highly ramped-up DNA radiation, they were able to produce a Frankenstein plant in fast forward, with potatoes growing 1 cm/day. The radiation also dramatically altered the way they grew—the tubers were produced not on roots, but on stalks. Both this experiment and the more dramatic resuscitation of the dead Chernobyl seeds used radiation as a control. Radiowaves without DNA information produced no response in any of the seeds. We have always known that the double helix of DNA is constantly gyrating. Gariaev and his colleagues claim this gyration might be a transmitting device—a type of genomic radar at the quantum level. What has always been thought of as random motion is the movement of a radar search-and-receive device, picking up and sending out signals, and possibly the means by which the human body is able to read the whole.

Now, as you could see the word ‘hologram’ is implicit here and it’s a conundrum even to the “Pope” Stephen Hawkins who guesses the mystery lies in gravity.

Considering this, I suggest you to research other SHAPES for your devices.

For unknown reasons tetrahedrons and hexahedrons (not to mention snowflakes and honey bee chambers), pentagons… mysteriously appear at the poles of rotating spherical bodies or at 19.5 latitudes. Hawaian Mauna Kea biggest volcano on earth is at 19.6 N latitude, on Mars the Olympus Mons biggest volcanoes in our solar system (so far) are found on Mars at 19.3 N; Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is at 19.5 S, the same is truth about the dark spot in Neptune and so on. Even if you don’t buy the following information I think it’s important for you to acknowledge the importance of the structure.

This is true even for yet other additional reason. What exactly? Because in the soccer-ball holographic dodecahedron universe the cosmos behaves like a GIANT HALL OF MIRRORS!

The same spinning mechanism can be done with large amounts of ionized mercury vapor spinning at 50-100k in a superconducting plasma containment field.

Actually, you can do this with almost any heavy metal, but it needs to be vaporized, and mercury is most easily vaporized. Not only will this result in major mayor relativistic effects, but it will also affect gravity.

The effects can be increased by using large amounts of mercury (a couple of tons), and spinning it at a faster RPM.

Oppenheimer, a scientist who learned how to decode Hindu ancient manuscripts in their own language, quoted a verse when he saw the mushroom explosion and he believed actually bombs were thrown in ancient India. Oppenheimer described the thoughts that passed through his mind when he witnessed the first atomic test explosion in 1945. “If a radiance of 1.000 suns were to burst at once into the sky, that would be the splendor of the Mighty One. I am become Death, the shatterer of worlds”. As the gigantic nuclear cloud mushroomed up to the stratosphere followed by a doomsday roar, Oppenheimer continued with the verses in which the Mighty One reveals Himself: "Death am I, cause of destruction of the worlds, matured and set out to gather in the worlds there" - (Bhagavad Gita XI 12-32). Well, those ancient scrolls mentioned volatile and poisonous mercury and then again the double helix shape.

Interesting what I read here about YORP effect: The Yarkovsky-O'Keefe-Radzievskii-Paddack (YORP) effect is believed to alter the way small bodies in the solar system rotate. YORP is a torque due to sunlight shining on the surfaces of asteroids and meteoroids and warming their surfaces, leading to a gentle recoil effect as the heat is emitted. By analogy, if one were to shine light on a propeller over a long enough period, it would start spinning. Of course, in this case the outcome is due to a thermal process but I wonder if the law applies at micro-cosmos level.

Radiation Pressure of Light can be used to move Objects, According to Einstein Relation E = pc Photons Have a Momentum so Light Reflecting off a Surface Generate a Small amount of Radiation Pressure, This Method is Proposed to use on Solar Sails. Light is composed of photons that have a mass and a momentum. So yes it can. Actually, the famous Inverse Compton scattering experience showed that when light in incident on an electron it moves it and loses a part of its energy. The photon gains energy (decreasing in wavelength) upon interaction with matter. Since the wavelength of the scattered light is different from the incident radiation, Compton scattering is an example of inelastic scattering, but the origin of the effect can be considered as an elastic collision between a photon and an electron. Inverse Compton scattering is important in astrophysics. In X-ray astronomy, the accretion disk surrounding a black hole is believed to produce a thermal spectrum. The lower energy photons produced from this spectrum are scattered to higher energies by relativistic electrons in the surrounding corona. This is believed to cause the power law component in the X-ray spectra (0.2-10 keV) of accreting black holes.
The effect is also observed when photons from the cosmic microwave background move through the hot gas surrounding a galaxy cluster. The CMB photons are scattered to higher energies by the electrons in this gas, resulting in the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect. Observations of the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect provide a nearly redshift-independent means of detecting galaxy clusters.

Some synchrotron radiation facilities scatter laser light off the stored electron beam. This Compton backscattering produces high energy photons in the MeV to GeV rang subsequently used for nuclear physics experiments.

Solar sails (also called light sails or photon sails) are a form of spacecraft propulsion using the radiation pressure of light from a star or laser to push enormous ultra-thin mirrors to high speeds. According to the Einstein relation, E = pc, photons have momentum, and hence light reflecting from a surface exerts a small amount of radiation pressure. In 1924, the Russian space engineer Friedrich Zander proposed that, since light provides a small amount of thrust, this effect could be used as a form of space propulsion requiring no fuel. Gathered across a large area, this thrust can provide significant acceleration. Over time, this acceleration can build considerable speed. Most theoretical studies of interstellar missions with a solar sail plan to push the sail with a very large laser beam-powered propulsion direct impulse beam. The thrust vector (spatial vector) would therefore be away from the Sun and toward the target.

In theory a lightsail driven by a laser or other beam from Earth can be used to decelerate a spacecraft approaching a distant star or planet, by detaching part of the sail and using it to focus the beam on the forward-facing surface of the rest of the sail. In practice, however, most of the deceleration would happen while the two parts are at a great distance from each other, and that means that, to do that focusing, it would be necessary to give the detached part an accurate optical shape and orientation. Solar sails don't work well, if at all, in low Earth orbit below about 800 km altitude due to erosion or air drag.[4] Above that altitude they give very small accelerations that take months to build up to useful speeds. Solar sails have to be physically large, and payload size is often small. Deploying solar sails is also highly challenging to date.

Solar sails must face the sun to decelerate. Therefore, on trips away from the sun, they must arrange to loop behind the outer planet, and decelerate into the sunlight.

There is a common misunderstanding that solar sails cannot go towards their light source. This is false. In particular, sails can go toward the sun by thrusting against their orbital motion. This reduces the energy of their orbit, spiraling the sail toward the sun. NASA has successfully tested deployment technologies on small scale sails in vacuum chambers.

No solar sails have been successfully used in space as primary propulsion systems, but research in the area is continuing. It is noteworthy that both the Mariner 10 mission, which flew by the planets Mercury and Venus, and the MESSENGER mission to Mercury demonstrated use of solar pressure as a method of attitude control, in order to conserve attitude-control propellant.
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