I believe this deserves a new thread. Will sort through a lot today.

Starting with the thesis of Marcus G Kuhn, who's work (RBAC) was copied into the TRUSIX papers, but he likely had no idea of this.

https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/techreports/UCAM-CL-TR-577.pdf

This document is called "Compromising emanations: eavesdropping risks of computer displays" and is archived by the University of Cambridge's Computer Library. Here is the note at the end of page 15:

I contacted Koch soon after the broadcast and obtained several handwritten pages of diagrams and technical explanations that Riconosciuto had provided. Unfortunately, these diagrams did not turn out to be descriptions of actual software or hardware modifications related to PROMIS or reception and decoding equipment to pick up such information. They were just hand drawn copies of figures from an early 1970s textbook on information transmission using non-sinusoidal carrier signals [69, pp. 92,170,240,287–289], an early precursor technology of what is today better known as direct sequence spread-spectrum modulation, which forms the basis of wireless LANs, satellite navigation systems and military low-probability-ofintercept radios. Such techniques might in general be relevant for modulating information into RF computer emanations (see p. 75), but this did not provide further specific insights into the nature of the claimed modifications.

Fortunately, Riconosciuto DID write a letter that showcased some of his earlier work on lasers.

Saved here on the Internet Archive in a report by Ted Gunderson...

https://fpparchive.org/media/documents/ ... 95_FBI.pdf

We start on page 31.

This same report is mentioned by Raymond Lavas in his "Lesson 1" video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vZGMKgrATU

Now the important thing that I must share with you is THIS:

Theory of FM Laser Oscillation

s. E. HARRIS, MEMBER, IEEE, AND 0. P. MCDUFF, SENIOR MEMBER, IEEE

https://web.stanford.edu/~seharris/Publ ... 960/18.pdf

Read Riconosciuto's paper first and then read this one.

See the similarity in the equations?

THEY ARE THE SAME!

He did NOT CITE IT but we can see that he USED IT and/or COPIED FROM IT!!!

I just noticed this on this very morning. I typed up Riconosciuto's paper almost a year ago and I will paste that text below, following a transcript of Raymond Lavas's video that I also typed.

Why did it take me this long to SEE it?????

Michael's paper (sadly not an original work):

Handwritten Abstract on: The Separation of Nuclear Isotopes using Laser Energy. This work was developed in the late 60s and Early 70s By Mike Riconosciuto at Stanford Research Institute. It is considered by many scientists as pioneering work in the field of laser applications.

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A first order theory of FM laser oscillation may be obtained by utilizing a set of equations derived by Lamb, and termed as "self consistency" equations. These equations describe the effect of an arbitrary optical polarization on an optical cavity, and are as follows:

(1a) (Vn + φn - Ωn)En = -(1/2)(V/E0)Cn(T)

(1b) En + (1/2)(V/φn)En = -(1/2)(V/E0)Sn(T)

In the above equations, En, Vn, and φn are the amplitude, frequency, and phase, respectively, of the nth cavity mode; and Cn(T) and Sn(T) are the in-phase and quadrature components of its driving polarization. That is, the total cavity electromagnetic field:

(2a) E(Z,T) = nΣ En(T) cos [VnT + φn(T)] Un(Z)

Un(Z) = sin n π Z/L ;

and the polarization driving the nth mode has the form:

(2b) Pn(T) = Cn(T) cos [VnT + φn(T)] + Sn(T) sin [VnT + φn(T)]

Other symbols are defined as follows: Ωn = frequency of the nth mode in the absence of a driving polarization; △Ω = frequency interval between axial modes----(△Ω = π C/L);

[Footnote: W.E. Lamb Jr., "Theory of an Optical Maser", Phys. Rev. 134 (June, 1964)]

φn = φ of the nth mode, V = average optical frequency once the cavity polarization, Pn(T), and ∴ Cn(T) and Sn(T) are known in terms of En(T); then equations (1a) and (1b) completely determine the amplitude, frequency, and phase shift of the optical frequency oscillations. The cavity polarization Pn(T) consists of a parametric contribution resulting from the intracavity time-varying dielectric perturbation, and of an atomic contribution resulting from the presence of the inverted atomic media. The dialectric or phase perturbation might be accomplished by means of an electro-optic crystal situated at one end of the laser cavity, or perhaps by some type of acoustic mirror vibration. Now, if we assume that the phase perturbation to have an instantaneous phase retardation of S cos Vm T radians, where S is the peak phase retardation which an optical signal collects on a single one-way pass through the perturbing element, and Vm is the driving frequency. We also assume that the perturbation is situated at one end of the laser cavity, and that it occupies a length which is only a small fraction of the total cavity length. If the cavity φ is sufficiently high that only the contributions of immediately adjacent modes need to be considered then it may be shown that that polarization driving the nth cavity mode is given by:

(3) Pn(T) = E0SC/VL [En+1 cos (VnT + φn+1) + En-1 cos (VnT + φn+1)]

It is evident that a particular cavity mode is driven by only the immediately adjacent cavity modes. It might be noted that equation (3) implies a phase perturbation which occupies only a small fraction of the total cavity length. If a longer perturbing element is used, its spatial variation is of particular importance. For example, it may readilly be shown that a perturbation which uniformly fills the entire laser cavity will produce no driving polarization at adjacent modes.

Now to introduce the atomic contribution to the polarization by means of macroscopic quadrature and in-phase components of susceptibility, denoted by Xn" and Xn', respectively. In an exact theory, Xn" and Xn' depend upon En and thereby include the effects of atomic saturation, power dependent mode pulling and pushing, and non linear coupling effects. We next resolve Pn(T) of equation (3) into in-phase and quadrature components of the form of equation (2b). Then to add the atomic polarization terms, and substitute the resulting Cn(T) and oscillation frequency of the nth mode, ie V, is assumed to be that of some central mode whose oscillation frequency is Ω0, plus nVm. Thus Ω0 + nVm - Ωn = n△V where △V is the frequency and the axial mode spacing frequency. Equations (1a) and (1b) can now forme:

(4a) [.φn + n△V + (1/2)V Xn'] En

= -SC/2L [En+1 cos (φn+1 - φn) + En-1 cos (φn - φn-1)]

(4b) .En + V/2 [1/φn + Xn"] En

= -SC/2L [-En+1 sin (φn+1 - φn) + En-1 sin (φn - φn-1)]

At this time we should look at the possible steady state solutions of equations (4a) and (4b) and thus set En = φn = 0. Now to define related terms:

(5a) Γ = C/L△VS = 1/π △Ω/π△V S

and

(5b) Pn = 2CS/LV[1/φn+X"]

(5c) θn = φn+1 - φn

Now to drop the term 1/2VXn' from equation (4a), and thereby neglect mode pulling effects, then equations (4a) and (4b) become:

(6a) 2n/Γ En = -[En+1 cos θn+1 + En+1 cos θn]

(6b) 2/Pn En = -[-En+1 sin θn+1 + En-1 sin θn]

The form of the solution of equations (6) depends on the relative magnitude of Γ and Pn. In order to obtain a perfectly pure FM signal, it is necessary to assume that Pn = ∞ for all modes from n = -∞ to n = +∞, then, by noting the following Bessel identity:

(7) 2n/Z Jn(Z) = Jn-1(Z) + Jn+1(Z)

It is now seen that equations (6) have the solution En=Jn(Γ) and

(8) θn = θn+1 = π

The En and θn may be substituted into equation (2a) to yield a cavity electromagnetic field given by E(Z,T)

(9) n=-∞ Σ +∞ Jn(Γ) [cos [(Ω0+nVm) T+nπ]] sin (N0+n)πZ / L

This assumes a change of variable in the mode number has been made such that N0 is now the central or carries mode of the FM signal. The quantity Pn is inversely proportional to the net or excess laser gain in the presence of parametric oscillation; ie, Xn" and ∴ Pn depend on En. For a free-running laser (assuming no parametric perturbation), all modes would saturate at gain = loss and ∴ Pn would be infinite for all oscillating modes. However, in the presence of a perturbation which itself effects the mode amplitudes, this could no longer be the case. It is thus expected that some or perhaps a great deal of distortion of the ideal solution should be present in an actual laser. The exact evaluation of this distortion must await the solution of the problem of non-linearity in the perturbing element.

It is of interest to note that by the use of standard trigonometric and Bessel identities, equation (9) can be put into the closed form:

(10) E(Z,T) = 1/2 sin [Ω0T + N0πZ/L + Γ sin (VmT + πZ/L)]

- 1/2 sin [Ω0T - N0πZ/L + Γ sin (VmT - πZ/L)]

Now we can see a system that consists of two FM traveling waves, moving in opposite directions. Equation (10) may be further reduced to the standing wave form:

E(Z,T) = cos [Ω0T + Γ sin Vm T cos πZ/L]

x sin [N0πZ/L + Γ cos Vm T sin πZ/L]

It may now be concluded that at any particular point of space within the cavity, the total electromagnetic field is not frequency modulated

Raymond's video:

lesson_1.wmv

Raymond Tromprenard

May 10, 2012

This is just to introduce the written material we will be going into details with to begin our lessons in Force Manipulation by electrogravitic displacement

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Raymond Lavas: Introduction to Vortex Fields and Dangerous Mathematics

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Science Headings:

- Nicholas Tesla

- Thomas Townsend Brown

- Beau Kiytselm3 (next)

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Note: There is no "lesson 2" posted anywhere, as far as I know, and thus no mention of Beau Kiytselm3, despite this hint that there would be...

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Okay, I got this short message for people who are waiting for the lessons to begin.wanted to introduce you to a couple of the books that will be using. First of all this-- this is Nikola Tesla's book-- Colorado Springs notes, 1899 to 1900, with original handwritten notes from his laboratory. As you can see. And we will be investigating Nikola Tesla's system for sending electro-gravitic waves, or electro hydrodynamic waves through the air, through the earth, to do all kinds of things. And then after we're done with that, we'll go directly into the application of Thomas Townsend Brown's... serial number... this is a serial number, patent application... there's the serial number there-- 662105... application of Thomas Townsend Brown. Signed by Thomas Townsend Brown himself. And... here is the drawing. And it shows a system using high voltage here, and here, to modulate an audio signal...... that wor[ks]... here is the signal input, and it goes into here, and the field pulses come out, out front there, so that's-- these devices are fan fluid control systems. And we are going to be talking about all kinds of different types of these fluid control systems that have been kept classified for years, and we will be explaining why these have been classified for years.

Eventually we're going to be involved in building high voltage power supplies, and particular applications, for instance-- the application by Hercules Research Corporation in Hercules California, of the METC cooling unit as used by a laser Brewster window... Where the beam hits the Brewster window, and the METC point is being used for cooling the Brewster window in order to perform a rather important laser diagnostics, and also laser sciences of all kinds.

There's plenty of different modulation diagrams which come from the original work done it at Hercules Corporation. And then there is a final theorem, written in the handwriting of the master himself, M.R. [Michael Riconosciuto] And that will be discussed further on down the line-- that those people who are authorized to see this particular little seminar, and also understand what the applications and psyops (psychological warfare operations) in the military and how dangerous it is.

That's an important thing that people have to learn, before we start distributing free energy devices-- got to be careful with what you can do with the environment, that maybe they couldn't do beforehand, okay? So, we'll talk plenty about that the next time around.

{outro, enter cat on screen}

"He says he wants to talk to :Grimalkin"

"Oh dear"

Yeah, "final theorem" my a$$

Yeah, "final theorem" my a$$