From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul> Date: Mon, 01 Jul 2013 09:50:13 -0400 Archived: Mon, 01 Jul 2013 10:06:05 -0400 Subject: Re: Binding Force Detector By Bill Beaty? >From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul> >To: <post.nul> >Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2013 18:48:44 +0100 >Subject: Re: Binding Force Detector By Bill Beaty? >>From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul> >>To: post.nul >>Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2013 10:16:52 -0400 >>Subject: Re: Binding Force Detector By Bill Beaty? >>>From: Eleanor White <ewraven1.nul> >>>To: post.nul >>>Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2013 09:06:18 -0400 >>>Subject: Binding Force Detector By Bill Beaty? >>>Has anyone ever come across a photo of the nylon filament >>>"binding force detector" assembled by Bill Beaty, and used to >>>locate "areas of reduced binding force?" (Geographic areas.) ><snip> >>Hi Eleanor, I don't know much about Bill Beaty's version of >>Wilbert B. Smith's detector, but I did construct my own version >>in 2006. It is documented at the following links. >>http://www.treurniet.ca/Smith/ >>http://www.treurniet.ca/Smith/BFMeterExp1.htm ><snip> >Hi Eleanor and William, >It's an interesting problem (which has bothered me a great deal) >and an answer can be attempted in various ways - but Bill >Beaty's method seems the simplest. I remember trying to replicate Beaty's design, and it did not work well at all for me. That's when I came up with my own design that was more like Smith's apparatus. >Other ways, maybe starting with the most cumbersome, would be an >apparatus showing any change of 'critical point' (where an >element can change from gas to liquid to solid) under equal >pressure and temperature, or you could use a more portable >experiment showing any change in the photo-electric effect, or an >even 'lighter' set-up displaying variation of light intensity (on >a screen) from a calibrated light source (that might seem more >esoteric but I believe the same principle applies). >The big problem with all of them, including Bill's, is that they >involve several elements plus another one: that of calibration >and measurement. >No. it's not just a matter of accuracy, it's the fact that the >various elements can be affected in perhaps opposing ways and, >more serious, that the calibrating and measuring devices _will_ >be affected too - probably cancelling-out any 'real' effect. >A bit like Relativity effects neatly cancel out any possible >'ether' measurements by the Michelson/Morley Experiment [which >however is still written-up as if it 'proved' something.] Interesting suggestions, Ray, but this all started with the ETs' instructions to Wilbert Smith on how to design a measuring instrument for detecting regions of reduced binding force. Smith says, "we were informed that means for detecting them were easily within our technology and that we should build suitable instruments and then pay attention to what they registered." http://www.treurniet.ca/Smith/BindingForce.htm Presumably, the ETs knew what they were talking about, and they did not share your concerns. Also, the device that Smith built did work. He found large areas where the meter showed significant deviations, as did a military pilot flying the North Atlantic. In the latter test, the "instruments took on a permanent deflection showing that the vortex drove them beyond their elastic limits". Smith acknowledged the calibration issue, but had to make do with an instrument that showed only qualitative differences among geographical locations. He attempted to generate some interest in aviation officialdom to study the effect further with the following recommendations. 1) A larger factor of safety in the stressing of aircraft components be used until this phenomenon is better understood. 2) The regions of reduced binding be searched out, mapped and studied, looking towards their eventual compensation. These recommendations were ignored. Smith was told by the ETs that their craft created areas of reduced binding force, and so did the tests of atomic bombs that were prevalent in those days. Since such tests have ceased, it may be harder to find conditions today that demonstrate the effect with any instrument we might design. I summarized a few cases since Smiths time where reduced binding force seems to have caused mysterious effects. Two cases could be attributable to a passing ET craft, another two cases occurred spontaneously under human laboratory conditions, and one case seems to demonstrate that it has already been weaponized. http://www.treurniet.ca/physics/mbftech.htm William Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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