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The Thing

The Thing comes from a short story by John W. Campbell, called, Who Goes There.

The first film of The Thing scared the bejeez out of my friend’s older brother who left the theatre.
The 1951 version and first film of The Thing was a hit.

The Thing was powerful for its time, directed by Howard Hawks,
stooping to do a B movie of horror and science fiction.
I saw it when I was eight and enjoyed the scary moments, but I don’t immerse myself in movies.
Mostly, a movie impresses me with a great story, even if the effects aren’t expensive,
like the film Monsters, made for US$16,000.
Back in ’51 they produced that first The Thing for more than that.

The Thing was remade in 1980, where you actually see the transformations they only speak of in the first version.

 

And they’ve recently remade The Thing again in 2011 with much help from John Carpenter who made the first remake. And even more gore and creepy effects.

Personally, I enjoyed the short story by John W. Campbell,
was thrilled as an eight year old when I saw the original,
in awe of the John Carpenter remake,
and impressed by the 2011 prequel.

Interestingly, in all these films the alien arrived in a saucer type device, obviously under gravity control.

 

 

Chasing Pirates

Does anybody mind if we take a break. Are we chasing pirates?
If you listen to the words she is not talking about me visiting my favorite pirate dealer in dvd movies, at least not specifically. Nora Jones lyrics suggest to me something about gravity control. If gravity control is controlled by a secret, well it’s not a secret.
I love it. Uh, the following.

In Plain View

It occurred to me the other night that our existing perception of ocean tides, earth tides and atmospheric tides is absolutely amazing…the tides have nothing to do with gravity.   There it is for all to see and yet no one seems to have noticed.

This is funny stuff…fall down laughing I should think…it’s a bit hilarious to say the least.

It is said that the gravitational attraction of the moon causes the tide to rise on the moon side and on the opposite side of the planet…I am quoting now from Scientific American…”At the point of the ocean’s surface closest to the moon the lunar gravitational attractive force is strongest and it pulls the ocean toward itself while on the opposite side of the Earth its attractive force is weakest which allows the ocean to bulge outward away from the moon.”

So we have a bulge in the ocean on both sides of the Earth at the same time…and this opposite bulge is explained by weak gravity.

Talk about a left handed way to rationalize the gravity of the moon and or the lack of it.

If the ocean did not form a bulge on opposite sides of the planet and gravity was in fact the activating force the moon and the Earth would immediately come together with a hell of a crunch.

As there is no such force called gravity in that gravity is not itself a force of any kind whatsoever…it is a simple differential in the underlying energy which affects the tides of planet Earth.  Gravity is simply an effect of the underlying force the book Unity refers to as non-linear time field frequency acceleration…the dynamic force of universe.

I hope some of you can see the humor in this.

Coast to Coast with Dr. David Anderson

A four hour show on time control technology, which was and is extremely interesting, but not quite what I expected.  So on one hand I was a bit disappointed, yet on the other hand I was excited to hear Dr. Anderson talking about the control of time.

Yes, he can manipulate time in what he claims to be a controlled manner, but he does not appear to understand the principles involved in respect to the dynamic nature of time itself.

Time is a flow of energy, where a slowing of time’s acceleration reduces the available energy and an increase in time’s acceleration increases the available energy relative to the system being controlled.

It would appear Dr. Anderson has not quite got the basic idea nailed down as he makes reference to a space time warp, which suggests a distortional effect.  But this is not time control in the sense of that which is being suggested, keeping in mind that he assures Art Bell and the listening audience that he has developed time control technology just as some suggest having developed gravity control technology, but it is not that.

I suppose this is along the line of the idea; if it quacks like a duck and walks like a duck it must be a duck.

In my view this is a case of the scientist getting a little bit out of touch with the natural world around them, as nature provides many examples of time field differentials.  Such an example is the accelerated growth of plants grown deep underground in horticultural nurseries where a 300 & 400% increase in the rate of growth has been documented, plus an increase in resistance to various plant diseases once transplanted to surface sites.

In this example there is no distortional effect but a uniform increase in the rate of growth due to an increase in the acceleration of time itself.

Again it is necessary to emphasize the non-linear nature of time and the need to re-evaluate the existing concept of a space/time continuum, which is generally viewed in terms of a linear relationship.  If we are to move forward it is critical to have the basic principles clearly fixed in our minds otherwise we are placing ourselves at a distinct disadvantage.

Here at GC the Gwandau team are attempting to develop a method by which to measure the acceleration of time and the inherent increase in energy associated with that acceleration.  Not an easy task, but one worth pursuing.

We also have the book Unity which explains the basic principles involved in the context of a time field continuance.

I wish Dr. Anderson all the best with his research and remain ever hopeful that there is indeed light at the end of the tunnel.