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Crowdfunding Project For Breakthrough Space Propulsion & Energy Systems

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I’m once again making an effort to get crowd funding for a space exploration and colonization campaign. Some of the main propulsion systems will use T. Townsend’s antigravity technology which NASA did not correctly test in a vaccuum, and other propulsion system types. On the energy side I also intent to combine multiple technologies such as cold fusion, hydrogen, aether, plasma fusion (somewhat similar to Joseph Papp’s engine) and a quantum energy source.

This is not a small project so the cost i not small. I’m trying to get $250,000. The funding page is here.

 

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The Boyd Bushman Hoax and Appeal to Authority Fallacy

July 11, 2012 3 comments

Boyd Bushman being interviewed by the mathematician, UFO investigator, theoretical physcist and New Ager, David Sereda

An image of one of Boyd supposedly demonstrating anti-gravity


David Sereda, idiot New Ager genius

I saw this comment on YouTube, which was in reply to someone who said that a former employee, a scientific researcher and inventor, in other words a research and development worker, named Boyd Bushman, was a fraud. Whether he really was an employee of Lockheed I don’t know, but he does have at least one patent. But so, in reply to the one calling him a fraud, someone made an illogical comment and perpetuated/parroted a common logical fallacy used by Big Bangers and Evolutionists/Mainstream Science cultists/anti-fundamentalist Christians (fundamentalists are also known as Reformed Christians aka Calvinists and wrongly as conservative Christians who are usually Catholics, Episcopalians, Methodists, and Free Will (Arminian) Christians, though some Reformed Christians do call themselves conservatives, which I think is confusing):


“Don’t you love all the experts on youtube who think they are smarter than a senior scientist from lockheed martin.. Yea, all the while they are working at mcdonalds, yet when they are on the internet they suddenly become expert physicists, describing how experts from Lockheed are wrong and are frauds.. Google patents – Boyd Bushman

My reply:

Just because someone works for Lockheed or performed odd experiments doesn’t mean they know what they are talking about or won’t do deceptive things, AT ALL. A good example is mainstream scientists: they spread bad theories like the big bang and evolution, and stars-from-gas using the good base of the scientific method, why?: money and fame, and many of them have narcissism disorder (narcissists tend to be at the front of the face of everything in the world, including governments. That is because of their ill desire for large amounts of attention and praise).

Boyd even, in one video deliberately talks very vague in a childish and unhelpful way, childish in that he’s not saying anything specific but what it is common for any seasoned scientist like David Sereda who interviewed him, rather, Boyd said “watch nature”. Well what scientist DOESN’T OBSERVE NATURE?! Hello: NEWTON, EINSTEIN, GALILEO and on and on, and biologists regularly attempt to copy God’s work, looking for new industrial or medical chemicals in plants and animals.

Leedskalnin, was he a scientist? Do you know who he is? He was the “McDonalds cashier” scientist as a narcissistic scientist  might say, but despite being a “nobody” lacking college degrees still made an enormous monument using what seemed to be by a combination of antigravity and the use of a traditional weights, levers and pulley moving method. To use the McDonalds cashier insult is a bad stereotype, since genius and truth spring as much from idiots and the lowly as much as the wealthy and elite-schooled; it’s a very wrong stereotype.

Another reason it’s not wise to make fun of McDonald’s employees, is because, supposing for all you know you’re making fun of someone who only has a part time job is an employee there and yet has expertise in some field of physics or some other science field, like logic, theology, maths or physics (and does it take a great imagination to consider that many McDonald’s cashiers are college or university students in some science class, including physics?) and may even be a paid teacher of any of those, maybe even a theoretical physics teacher, which is are types people like yourself usually exalt above as superior persons. And in this so called “bad world economy” it’s very likely that many people of prestige have some second lowly job, especially being that theoretical science isn’t an easy job to profit from. If you hadn’t noticed Michio does a lot of interviews, do you think he does them all for free? Someone of prestige with many high degrees could have some second lowly job just to get rid of the last few payments they own on a loan or to get a loan, or make the final payments on whatever or to help care for a new baby or adopted son or daughter they have to live comfortably.

Back to Leedskalnin: you could reasonably think of him as a type of Boyd Bushman, because tho he was able to pull off amazing things, he didn’t say anything useful enough to be able to duplicate his feats, instead he gave a theory which was so vague (like Boyd) it amounted to vain showing off. That is the case with Boyd. Boyd, Leedskalnin, Maurice Ward (supposed inventor of Starlite) and Hutchison are, in comparison to the inventor Morgado, the inventor of the MYT Engine and Tesla useless people, and shameful even.

Rather than mocking McDonald’s cashiers as being stupid and unreliable for scientific truth and as none being people with any expertise in science, it’s Mainstream Scientists, including any atheist, humanist, pagan, Armininan, New Age, Hindu, Buddhist or Muslim ones, who should be mocked, who should be called “kooks” or “crackpots”. But you shouldn’t say that to just anyone’s face, because you wouldn’t want to unnecessarily insult someone or provoke a violent person to harm you or someone else. They should be called those things if they teach their bad beliefs or endorse them by name, like saying, “Yes being a Muslim is good” or “There’s nothing wrong with being a pagan” or “Fundamentalism is bad (fundamentalism is just belief in basic teachings of the Bible necessary for being a good Christian).” I’m not saying that just because someone is a kook or crackpot or stupid that they can’t come up with anything useful or don’t do anything useful or that nothing useful can be learned from accidental discoveries they make, just that any severely bad teachings they have or believe would make them those things, as opposed to simply having some lowly job at McDonald’s and/or not having any degrees or prestigious awards or prestigious scientists agreeing with you or some popular people.

Also, to attack someone as having illegitimate critique skill or judgment merely because they work at McDonald’s, or as cashier or some other “lowly” job there is called an “Ad Hominem Fallacy”, which is when you personally insult someone for something they do that is far from directly related to what they arguing about, merely talking about or endorsing.

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1 Cor 1:25 For the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men.
1 Cor 1:26 For consider your calling, brothers: not many of you were wise according to worldly standards, not many were powerful, not many were of noble birth.
1 Cor 1:27 But God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise; God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong;
1 Cor 1:28 God chose what is low and despised in the world, even things that are not, to bring to nothing things that are,
1 Cor 1:29 so that no human being might boast in the presence of God. – ESV

Psalm 8:2: From out of the mouths of infants and sucklings you have established strength on account of your adversaries, to cause the silence of the enemy and vengeful foe.

Matthew 11:25: “Jesus said, ‘I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from wise and intelligent people and have revealed them to infants.'”

John 7:24: “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.”

UPDATE: Recently Boyd Bushman was shown in a video as having “disclosed” that aliens and their ships were here on Earth at Area 51 and “24 hours a day working on UFOs”. In one picture he showed what was to me an obviously fake alien, and used poorly made photographs to use as his evidence. The cameraman interviewing him seemed to be doing a deliberately poor job interviewing him and even keeping the camera in focus or used a deliberately poor camera. One commenter on Youtube.com showed an obscenely titled link to a model statuette of the same fake-looking alien Boyd had shown in one of his crappy pictures. Even though that was pointed out in the comments, the one doing so did not get any votes up as far as I could see, rather those praising Boyd and/or while criticizing his and the camera man’s method of presentation were the ones getting votes up. Why is Youtube filled with such gullible idiots? I wonder if the Internet naturally attracts narcissists and those who are gullible and wanting attention, and those who are not gullible and attention-craving abstain from wasting their time voting, in general, to their hurt in many cases. I say that because votes and comments can persuade others to be stupid and evil or wise in a morally good way.

Boyd Bushman Fake Alien (Doll) Hoax Picture Boyd Bushman Fake Alien (Doll) Hoax Picture Comparison
Obviously a doll, and in the second comparison picture it’s obvious the “teeth and smile” are jpeg noise from picture compression. Being that the keywords on the tinypic.com were the same obscene ones as the page of the full picture of the doll it’s obvious this is from the hoaxer, having a laugh at everyone.

By the way, if anyone does want to invest their time or money in a real anti-gravity saucer project, one you can see being made in real time, consider funding my project at http://gofundme.com/deception, which some asshole/s on Craigslist keep flagging away. If you have any mechanical engineering skills and knowledge of physics and would like to apply for a job helping to build this craft attraction go ahead and email me.

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FTL: New Evidence Against Relativity… From CERN

September 23, 2011 1 comment

[There is an update to this story, the experiment has been repeated and succeeded again click here to read about it]

Faster than light? CERN findings bewilder scientists
By Eryn Brown and Amina Khan, Los Angeles Times
9/23/2011

Physicists at the lab near Geneva say they’ve observed subatomic particles moving faster than the speed of light. If confirmed, it would defy Einstein — and upend our understanding of physics.

The globe of the CERN laboratory shines outside Geneva. A team of experimental physicists there says it has recorded neutrinos traveling 60 nanoseconds faster than the speed of light. Albert Einstein had the idea. A century of observations have backed it up. It’s one of the cornerstones of physics: Nothing travels faster than the speed of light.

But now a team of experimental physicists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, says that one exotic particle possibly can.

The scientists reached their conclusion after sending streams of tiny, subatomic particles called neutrinos hurtling from an accelerator at CERN outside Geneva to a detector at the Gran Sasso National Laboratory in Italy, about 450 miles away.

The neutrinos seemed to get there too soon — 60 nanoseconds too soon, give or take — than they should if they’d been traveling at the speed of light.

That slight edge, if it holds up under scrutiny, has enormous implications for our understanding of the laws of nature, physicists said – More here

“Basically, all of special relativity would be wrong,” said Drexel University physics professor Dave Goldberg, referring to Einstein’s 1905 theory establishing that light travels at a constant speed, regardless of how fast an observer is traveling, and that nothing in the universe can go faster than it. – More here

More information:

The Great Gravity Probe B Hoax

Faster Than Light? Neutrino Finding Puzzles Scientists

Faster than a Speeding Light Wave

The First Test That Proves General Theory of Relativity Wrong

Was the Speed of Light Faster In the Early Universe?

Speed of Light May Have Varied in the Early Universe

The Decrease in The Speed of Light (Video) Part 1

The Decrease in The Speed of Light (Video) Part 2

The Decrease In the Speed of Light – An Update On Developments

Reports of the Death of Speed of Light Decay are Premature

On the Constancy of the Speed of Light

Starlight and Time

The Last Days

September 2, 2011 Leave a comment

Like many others, I continue thinking about how long it will be before the AntiChrist shows up, because after his 7 year terror, the world will finally, mostly, have peace. The Bible teaches things will get worse in the last days. Though things may have gotten better in that God raised up millions to be saved, and saved them, at the same time it could be said things were getting worse, because the world has been deliberately fighting against whatever true evidence came up for the true religion, and not just that, but in certain ways, became more rebellious. For example, many atheists arose and murdered hundreds of millions, and many people with so called “anti-social” personality disorders have appeared, and because of Satan blinding the minds of the world, instead of a decrease in mental disorders, there is an increase. Anti-social people are like viruses, who, by their actions spread their bad behavior. And as the world gets worse, decent and righteous Christians will get more worn down, more drained of money, and the churches of the fake ones will also fall apart under the strain and be out to save themselves by evil means, and that will like putting fuel on the fire. Crime/lawlessness will get worse and worse, and stuffing people in jail or prison will also make things worse, because it will increase bitterness and put more money into the hands of corrupt police and corruptions officers and the jail owners. And more children will be left without good parenting. I think like computer chips doubling in power every few years, so the wickedness of the world also doubles every few years. At some point, it will get so bad, that the governmental systems of the world will begin disintegrating. Because of that, there will be even more rulers. Because there won’t be enough money for large governments, and because of the mistrust people will have of them, they will want something simpler, kings, dictators or generals. And many will prefer anarchy because of having no more trust in any kind of government authority. During this breakdown, production of technology will slow rapidly, and there will be even more poor. Eventually, bullets and guns will become rare, and knives, swords, spears, staffs and clubs will take their place. The rich of the world will probably be living in glorious high tech cities, and because many of them will be narcissists, they will not try to help the poor outside of their cities, but be happy to ignore them for some supposed good cause. They will either actually believe that their cause is just, like depopulating the world to save it from global warming, or pollution, or babies being born miserable because of poverty, or will instead be deliberately crushing the poor and “common people” for pleasure. The breakdown will also be due to the Bible being ignored, because it is the best book to heed for self-control and progressing. There are no comparable alternatives to the Bible. And once preaching of the Bible becomes rare, the world will have reverted back to the way it was during ancient times, but in a worse way, because many hundreds of millions among the world, will know right from wrong, meaning, the commandments, but will ignore them and do as they please instead. God will also harden the hearts of the Gentiles/world, so that few to none will be saved till he returns. Any young children growing up at this time will probably have very little knowledge of the Bible. And when those children grow up and hear Christians pointing out to them that the AntiChrist has come to power in fulfillment of Biblical prophecy, one of them being that evidence for the world leader being the AntiChrist is that his name adds up to make 666, will be laughed at as desperate conspiracy theorists of religion near extinction.

My best guess is that from today there is twenty to forty years left before this age ends. And that is well within my life time, not some convenient climate change geek or new age prophet’s “in 100 TO 1000 years from now the world will be on fire [and I promise I care! so have sex with and worship my nerd self all you beautiful women!]” prophecy.

There’s another reason that I think there’s only a few decades left: there exists information regarding how to create energy sources greater than a typical nuclear power plant, greater than the planned fusion reactors, and the ancient knowledge of how to levitate objects. If someone discovers how to levitate objects, meaning neutralize the effect of gravity on them, it would cause a panic of the ruling rich of the world, who would fear that they could be toppled with such knowledge. They would in my opinion try to accelerate the collapse of the world economy and try even harder to vacuum in the wealth around them. The Vatican would be one of those vacuums from Hell. I have more insight into what would happen, but I’ll save that for later.