FTL aether fluxes
Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 @ 21:08:24 GMT
Topic: Science

In the greenglow yahoo group Robert Neil Boyd writes: Exactly as expected. Superluminal aether fluxes are common in the interstellar media. I again reference the LaPlacian model for gravitation, which has gravity being caused by vast bombardments of infinitely small particles with an intrinsic velocity millions of times faster than the speed of light. I think that the instrumentation used by Podkletnov and Modanese was incapable of measuring velocities that high. The measured velocities were probably at the extreme edge of the abilities of their measuring apparatus.

This is not too surprizing, as very few in the history of science have even contemplated measurements of superluminal events, due to the limiting preconceptions created by common interpretations of Einstein. Thus, the equipment to accomplish such feats is expectedly lagging the requirements of the task of measurements of superluminal events. It is quite admirable that Podkletnov even contemplated making these measurements.

By the way, I was the person who brought to the attention of Podkletnov, the femtosecond measurement system which was used in the most recent experiments. I also suggested a design for an optical fabrication which could be used to measure even higher velocities, which has not yet been adopted, apparently. Colin Quinney and Jerry Dufour were CCed regarding the details of the measurement system I designed, which I sent to Podkletnov.

Perhaps one day he will be able to build this measurement system, when the exigencies of the task require improved measurement performance.

Best Wishes,


On Tue, 29 Mar 2005 13:23:11 -0500, Colin Quinney wrote:

> From ULF-ELF http://www.etheric.com/GalacticCenter/GRB.html
> Note therein Podkletnov personal communication re superluminal
> longitudinal wavefront.
> See also Walker's experiments with the nearfield-
> http://arxiv.org/ftp/physics/papers/0001/0001063.pdf
> http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0009023
> ..and there are many other experiments and reports that show the
> possibility of FTL wavefronts.
> Since that magnetar pulse was not generally considered to be a gravity wave
> generating event, it may only be coincident to the tsunami. However, for those
> measuring other event time delays with various sensors- then at least the idea
> of FTL propagation might be something to keep in mind.
> Colin

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