I don't believe in free energyJuly 8 2012 at 7:24 AM
Vince (Login MoxiFox)
Response to Hiya Vince...
...because physically, it's impossible. No one has yet convinced me that such a phenomena is possible -though I don't say that it's absolutely IMpossible. It's just that if it happens to be possible ... all the laws of physics as we know them ... become doubtful.
What I "see" Tesla doing is TAPPING an energy source that's just sitting around the periphery of our planet. This is ionic energy held in place by the magnet field of the earth and you might liken it to a tree that has its leaves full of raindrops from a light shower ... with the raindrops just "waiting" to fall off, and will ... if the tree is shaken.
You can shake the tree into a resonance by moving it back and forth as much as possible IN TIME with its own natural resonant frequency ... and when that tree moves back and forth hard enough, the raindrops will fly off the leaves and land on the ground.
In the space around our earth, we have all of this accumulated ionic energy which repels further accumulation of energy (from cosmic rays from the sun) by just sitting there. But if the right resonant electromagnetic frequency is beamed out, it goes into its own resonance and "shakes off" electrons ... which will then follow the beam back to earth. This release then gives the field (the Van Allen radiation belt) the opportunity to collect more solar energy from cosmic ray "deposition".
So I don't call it free energy but rather, FREED energy. (Assuming of course that my perception of it is right).
Now .... to precisely USE this energy in a very finely focused fashion on the Towers -causing two to fall destructively but the #7 one to "dustify" internally without falling (and without any explanation from Wood as to why #7 would continue to stand for hours and then fall differently) -- is simply too far fetched and sketchy for me to give it any credence. Her "explanations" are far too childish and lacking in detail to give them any serious consideration .... unless, of course, you have very little understanding of physics.
Why was there little seismic activity showing on the detectors miles away? Well, because the tall towers were blown from the top down, SCATTERING their debris over a large area and then falling down on top of an -essentially- egg carton type of base. The entire twin tower plaza sat on a 6 story basement with sub levels. Thus, the shock of falling material would be absorbed by the equivalent of a 6 story building before the actual shock would reach the ground.
If you blow a building from the top down, there's a continual "rain" of material downward whereas .. if you blow a building from the bottom up, the entire thing accumulates the shock as the top plummets directly into the base -the ground.
The twin towers sat inside of this "tub" container and the executioners didn't want that tub to break because that would let the Hudson river flood into the basement container.
Building 7 though ... was north and outside of the container and it didn't matter if #7 shocked the ground hard. So they blew up #7 conventionally.
I just can't fathom that "space" energy could be utilized in any very fine-tuned kind of way (yet) to give precise results. It might be used for something crude like causing an earthquake.