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01-14-2017 04:49 PM  34 months ago
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01-14-2017 04:54 PM  34 months ago
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Well if you want to say you've never had a problem with it I'll believe that.

If you want to say the scientific principle is wrong, then I disagree.

Waves affect waves, propagation creates invisible 3d shapes you pass through while flying.
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01-14-2017 05:07 PM  34 months ago
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Waves affect waves, propagation creates invisible 3d shapes you pass through while flying.
and what does that have to do with our flying.... how does that matter? to what degree?

thats what the point needs to be. Im not disagreeing with your "scientific" theory (more like a thought than theory),

what Im saying is whats the point as far as a 600 class model flying scale or 3D goes? unless your breaking the sound barrier with your blade MSR while trying to fly through New York's business district... best focus your energy elsewhere
showing a preference will only get you into trouble, 90% of everything is crap...
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01-14-2017 06:01 PM  34 months ago
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Wow
Elitist much
So society only matters in respect to infrastructure?

The average man has no right to expect another average man to listen?

But see you believe you are better than me,
And therefore see no reason to listen unless I submit it to you through the proper channels.

I believe we are equals
And that is why I take the time to engage you.

I like how you went back and edited your post so it makes it seem like you presented a better argument sooner.

You know what I'm talking about, that's why you said fluid dynamics-
Though I never did. Because that gets people thinking about flow more than wave propagation. And water is non compressible so the useful comparisons here are few.

Who cares what the scientists say?
If they tell you purple dye is killing fish,
Do you stop because they say so?
It matters if you think that.
Ascribing to an accepted brief means you don't think about it. You don't internalize it.

You buy the extra recycling bin and never really use it. We all do it. I do it.
Read something in a journal about diet and longevity and you think, "I'll try that."
But you rarely apply it.
The scientists who did that study cared and changed. And I'll hazard a guess that their close friends and family did too.

The only theory I'm pushing here is the tornados,
And look at the map there is a clear and concise connection between the edges and the tornado paths.
Not a general connection like tornados and water, or tornados and people.

The rest is already established but no one has used it like this.

So please stop acting like I'm spouting nonsense, because it doesn't hurt me.

You think I'm a snake oiler,
I'm selling something, and you ain't buying.

There is no logical way to profit from my views unless I publish them.

I don't care about trying to profit from the idea that our environmental policies are directly affecting the weather.

Who would I be if I saw this and didn't tell literally everyone I could?
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01-14-2017 06:03 PM  34 months ago
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In fact this idea will probably make a lot of people angry with me.Goblin! where have you been all my life?
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01-14-2017 06:09 PM  34 months ago
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A sonic boom is a massive force, and you are being ridiculous.

Sounds waves are more like a teeter totter or a swing.
Gentle constant oscillation that expresses great force in focused areas,
And most important

You can disrupt a teetering totter or a swing with very little force when you time it right.
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01-14-2017 06:31 PM  34 months ago
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A little science for science sake doesn't hurt.

Maybe some of it is new. But it's science, so it's not mine.

You want to heat and cool your big fancy house better?

You have that big open plan living room with 3 ceiling fans that don't really do much?

Look at my second video.

Well who wants to listen to all the buzzing even if it keeps the hot air down?

The larger the chamber the lower the sound,
Even small rooms can be stirred with sound.

I know,
Shut up and do something about it.
I can build and invent all day long.
But I just haven't been able to market myself.

I tried miserably, its here on runryder.

I'm tired of trying and failing and never sharing.

So when I discovered something that I believe people should know about, I shared.

I'm not entirely certain why this upset you so much.
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01-14-2017 06:33 PM  34 months ago
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Sound Waves.
I can remember in the 60's. Scientists were starting to observe a tobacco/lung cancer causal relationship. Just as today everyone is poo pooing the global warning theory. However, the scientists were right. Big tobacco complained mightily, but facts are facts.

We just don't always know why there is not a perfect one to one relationship, but things become highly suspicious.

As an engineer, I welcome competing theories. I welcome new knowledge even though sometimes it does not pan out the way I want. These gyros we use could well be affected by sound reflections. Don't bet the farm, but keep an open mind.
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01-14-2017 06:43 PM  34 months ago
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The physics of vortex shedding are a big deal in engineering,

But all I saw were fluid models,
The focal length of sound waves combined with the compression of air is why I'm getting what I'm getting,
And what they in that powder on the speaker demo are calling cymatics.

I need some engineers on that map,
Because I think the patterns of prevailing winds factored with the aquifer edges makes those obviously shed vortex tracks.
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01-14-2017 07:07 PM  34 months ago
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Sound managed vortices for heating and cooling would have to be very carefully tuned.

Because the portions of infrasound just outside our hearing range are known as

The fear frequencies

Because though unheard, lab tests have shown they generate anxiety in human beings.

The sounds that I'm telling you
Make tornados.

Sounds that animals hear.
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01-16-2017 04:14 PM  34 months ago
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Well it looks like they almost figured it out.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...WqeFs1xvyDxn3kw

They've been aware of a correlation between infrasound and thunderstorms/especially tornados, but were unable to draw a conclusion.

Again,
I'm telling everybody I can.

I will try to make my additions here a little more infrequent.
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01-19-2017 05:30 AM  34 months ago
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Here is a free vortex.
Just sound and warm moist air.

Watch at YouTube

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