Gravity, what a heavy subject

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Gravity, what a heavy subject

Postby Mark Bean » Mon Apr 09, 2007 10:20 pm

Hi all,

It is Mark Bean back from the grave. My apologies to all concerned for being out of touch. I will not explain my absence at this time.

I am going back to my experiments and will share my findings with this forum when it is appropriate to do so.

I strongly feel that gravity, as we call it, is much stranger than we can explain with our modern day understanding & terminologies. It is not a displacement of electrons. If it were, we would not matter, (can't help the pun). Nor is it a pressure. It is a interaction and effect from several forces working together.

BTW; Did you know the heaviest book in most book stores is titled "GRAVITY". It must weigh 30lbs.

-Mark
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welcome Mark

Postby Elizabeth Helen Drake » Mon Apr 09, 2007 11:07 pm

You might have noticed if you have read very much of this forum history that I am sort of the unofficial welcome wagon. So with all the bells and whistles available I welcome you to our very active discussion group here and look forward to things that you might contribute.
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first question!

Postby Victoria Steele » Mon Apr 09, 2007 11:20 pm

Hi Mark! Thanks for posting!

First question. Maybe the easiest of my list for you.

What was it that started you on the path of investigating the work of Townsend Brown? Do you remember that first moment.? Mine was at that demonstration you gave in Laughlin a few years ago. when those little saucers started taking off ( and they got going pretty well as I recall, I was blown away mentally so Thankyou!)

I think thats sort of the first question around here and all of our answers have been so interesting and so different. I wondered about your experience? Victoria
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Thank you!

Postby Mark Bean » Wed Apr 25, 2007 1:07 am

I want to thank everyone for making me feel welcome after being out of commission for such a long time.

Trust me the best is yet to come! (He he he)!

Yes. I do remember perfoming my demonstration in Laughlin, NV. It warms my heart that I had such an effect on those who witnessed it.

I am currently working on a much LARGER model.

BTW: My site is back online, www.ReallyCoolScience.com.

Best wishes to all,

Mark
P.S. Hi to Linda, Paul, Victoria & Chris Knight
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Postby Mark Bean » Fri Apr 27, 2007 3:28 pm

Hi Elizabeth & anyone interested,

I have found a ton of photos of my lecture & presentation in Laughlin, NV. I'll post a couple of the good ones when I get a chance.

Oh yeah, thanks for attending.

Virtually,

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holding you to it!

Postby Victoria Steele » Sat Apr 28, 2007 2:23 am

Again! Holding you to that Mark! I think alot of us will really appreciate seeing those pictures. I remember the whole experience as being pretty amazing!

I know that Paul is busy with his book but when he is finished maybe you and he could put on a conference and demonstration????? You both do so well in front of a crowd. He can stun them mentally and then you can come along and show them some working models and knock them off their chairs visually! It worked on me! And I didn't know anything about anything! Victoria
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there too

Postby twigsnapper » Sat Apr 28, 2007 2:31 am

I was there too Mark and was also impressed. Especially with your gracious nod toward Townsend Brown about his importance alongside Tesla.
Surely you deserve, with your equipment, the well earned title of brilliant and YES, just a bit MAD ... scientist. What fun would it be if you were .... NORMAL?

You never told the others what the models were made of. I recognized them ... but then ... I have had some friends in some interesting places. twigsnapper
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shadows

Postby Elizabeth Helen Drake » Sat Apr 28, 2007 7:01 pm

Ah! Mr. Twigsnapper. You are a constant surprise!

I understand that Linda Brown and Andrew Bolland attended that particular demonstration that Mark put on in Laughlin that year. Andrew has mentioned to me that he felt somehow that they had a "shadow escort". Was that you? And another gentleman, I understand?

Why is it that I always miss out on noticing the really good stuff. Elizabeth
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Postby kevin.b » Fri Sep 28, 2007 8:59 pm

Gravity,
Is a consequence of the mass of the planet creating a resistance to the free flow of space ( aether )
The turn of the mass alters the negative to positive, that in turn attracts more negative, hence the mass increases.
Hence the resistance increases, until it is called a sun.

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Postby kevin.b » Tue Jan 22, 2008 6:22 pm

Not now really sure if the formed mass is actualy turning.
It could well be that the patterns of the lines where the mass has accumulated , and that the aether flows along, are so arranged as to give the impression of movement and turn, when in fact it is the space that is moving, thus giving the almost illusion of the mass moving.
The moon is interesting due to its closeness, it appears to not turn, to always face us.
Remember we are the observer , always observing relative to this planet, and its field dimension, this doesn't matter if its a rocket half way around the solar system, it is still a part of here.
That is unless you cocoon it in a different field, then it will have nothing to do with here, and will not be visible.
Of course, of course.
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Re: Gravity, what a heavy subject

Postby Mark Bean » Mon Jul 07, 2008 12:00 am

Cerebral calastetics.

Kevin, I really appriciate the way you think regarding gravity.

I suspect soo much & know soo little. I feel that the "flow" of gravity is a result of many forces working in conjuction. I often wonder how gravity is influenced and how gravity influences matter/energy. This is at the root of an experiment I am working on.

I feel that "dark matter" has a part in creating gravity wells and plays a big role in the "Higs Field". What makes matter, matter. The catalyst that changes energy into matter. I suspect this to be "everywhen" at once upon creation. Past, present & future. (Pardon me, I must check on my cat, "Schrodinger").

I also feel that the speed of time is not constant and is always in a state of flux. Just a gut feeling. We already know how to travel in time, but do not have the technology nor power to perform such. So, eventually time travel will be possible. Which also means that we have always been doing it! In other words... Once it becomes possible, we have already been there & done that... Got a t-shirt. However, if you changed something in the past, you would never know because everything including memory would chrono-cascade, (change with the time slip).

Interested in your thoughts on this.

Smiles,

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Re: Gravity, what a heavy subject

Postby kevin.b » Mon Jul 07, 2008 7:59 am

Mark Bean,
How do from soggy England,
I have stood on points where I have felt lighter, I have stood on points where I have felt as if I am been drawn into the earth.
If I am, and everything else is a hologram, then alter the inputs from many angles, you will alter the result.
If you blast an area with just one flow in all the same direction, then you will dissolve the hologram along that pathway?
I am seemingly been led to holograms, more and more, we are what we are, but everything is a hologram.
The focus of which is the surface of the sphere, with points mirrored out around a larger sphere called stars, bring those points down onto the sphere surface .
I keep thinking about alchemists, and how they could transmute STUFF into other STUFF, how would you alter a hologram picture?
I looked all through what Mr Hull was doing with a sphere with grids built into it, I know the measure of a grid, and fibonacci is built into that measure, he achieved purple, somewhat hazy, I look out onto all colours, but they never last, they change and fade away, then come back again, as the inputs around a sphere alter, it gets hotter , it gets colder, it gets drier , and as now it rains, as the inputs around a sphere alter, the pressure builds , it falls , and if you view through the sphere, the alteration is occuring directly through the sphere, in an opposite fashion.
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Re: Gravity, what a heavy subject

Postby Mikado14 » Mon Jul 07, 2008 2:10 pm

Mark Bean wrote:
I suspect soo much & know soo little. I feel that the "flow" of gravity is a result of many forces working in conjuction. I often wonder how gravity is influenced and how gravity influences matter/energy. This is at the root of an experiment I am working on.



Since you mentioned it, what is the experiment?

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Re: Gravity, what a heavy subject

Postby kevin.b » Mon Jul 07, 2008 2:38 pm

Mark Bean,
Please always bear in mind that anything I post is just my opinion.
I think a lot, I compare what I observe, then think about it, no sums or writing involved.
I observe the moon, I watch what occurs, I observe what occurs in an additional way to the vast majority.
I observe what happens to what I am thinking about.
This is very difficult to explain or for most to accept, but litterally my thoughts are affected, my thoughts are like a ripple in a pond, other ripples interefere with my ripples, so I observe the consequences, and then think again.
Instead of accepting what I am told, I make my own mind work things out.
I watch how the moon affects water in particuler, I am told that the gravity of the moon does this, but my mind says differently.
My mind considers that it is the circulating field about the moon that interferes with the circulating field around the earth, and that everything has this circulating space around it, and that this circulation has design and a predominate sort of rod through it with north and south polarities at this rods ends.
My mind says there is no gravity, simply field direction towards the rod in the centre and that in a simple way is the basis of what we call gravity, it is nothing to do with the mass at all, the mass is a consequence of the circulating field creating the mass and maintaining the mass as it is, if the field circulation is altered , then the mass will not be maintained, but will reform when the relevant field condition resets, and wherever that reset is, is where the dissolved mass will be.
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