The Primer Fields

Beyond the boundaries of established science an avalanche of exotic ideas compete for our attention. Experts tell us that these ideas should not be permitted to take up the time of working scientists, and for the most part they are surely correct. But what about the gems in the rubble pile? By what ground-rules might we bring extraordinary new possibilities to light?

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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby LongtimeAirman » Sat Jul 19, 2014 2:35 pm

D - Drakekay questions, _A - Airman answers

D1. Does the sun merely receive energy along its poles then emit that energy through its equator?
D1_A. First off, by your question, you realize that I am a notorious Miles minion. Miles’ theories are currently being “debated”, and are not yet deemed ready for the more serious Electric mainstream. That said, the sun recycles photons as does all matter in the universe. It receives and emits energy at all times. Photons from the local galaxy and beyond are impacting the sun, inside and out, while all the sun's matter constantly emit photons. The sun’s emission field drives ions and electrons of enormous energies, but it is receiving a roughly equal amount of energy strictly in the form of photons. Statistically speaking, most photons enter the sun at the poles, and most photons are emitted not from the equator exactly, but from latitudes +/- 30 degrees. Instead of cathode or anode, by Miles’ theory I would call the sun a lamp, mostly just a resistor heated to incandescence.

D2. Is the glow of light surrounding us actually glow that reached us from the sun, or is it the result of a charge hitting one side of the planet and exiting the other or both?
D2_A. The glow is due to illumination and emission, photons from above and below. The albedo or solar reflected light of many of the planets is too high. The planets are generating their own light, primarily in the infrared, but also enough visible light to make their albedo’s unexplained by standard theory.

D3. Does this indicate that spherical bodies in space can act as both anode and cathode?
D3_A. Actually yes. All incoming energy is strictly photons, (aside from the occasional asteroid or comet), and the emission energy is photonic as well as electrical. Photons cause electrical and magnetic fields, but one cannot detect the presence of those fields unless electrons and ions are present, as is the case with the sun’s emission field.

D4. Is this what we see in the relationships in a Rodin Coil, or the Z pinches?
D4_A. I don’t know what a Rodin Coil is. I believe Z pinches are high current flows, related to filaments, where neutral matter can be created.

D5. I even wonder if the frequency each planet vibrates at has anything to do with its orbit.
D5_A. In MM theory, the planets reach stable orbits between the “pull” of gravity and the “push” of the emission field. This equilibrium is a function of the planet’s size. Smaller planets would naturally orbit closer to the sun.

D6. All of these can be tested at much smaller scales. I was thinking a softball sized sphere. The scaled electrical charges on that could be much easier to manage.
D6_A. I don’t see how we can test MM’s ideas, because while the softball sized spheres are constantly receiving photons from the ambient charge field, we are artificially increasing/injecting energy via an electrical source. Given that understanding, maybe it makes sense.

I don’t see how my reply pertains to The Primer Fields, or LaPoint’s magnets, but if we are modeling, I believe that the magnetic fields provided by those magnets are superior to a mere anode or cathode effect.

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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby comingfrom » Wed Aug 05, 2015 7:46 am

Thank you all. Very useful and thought provoking comments.
[This thread is must read after watching the series :D ]

One thing still intrigues me about his videos, which doesn't pertain to his theory, but to his example magnets. They are mono pole magnets, which he demonstrates early in the first video. A north magnet, and a south magnet.

I didn't think that was possible. I did a search which seems to confirm they aren't possible. Appears magnets can be temporarily tricked into being a monopole for a short while, but I couldn't find any permanent monopole magnets.

I was wondering if anyone can enlighten me about this.

In one youtube I watched, the experimenter tricked the magnets by putting them together and freezing them. For a short while after separation, they acted like monopoles, but quickly reverted to bipolar magnets.

I thought maybe, that if the bowls were moulded together in a single magnetic field at the same time, their individual north and south polarities might be permanently frozen in. And in that way be maintained after the bowls are separated.

I just don't know. But it is messing with my whole notion of how magnetics works.
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby d3x0r » Wed Aug 05, 2015 8:45 am

They're not monopolar, they have a opposing pole on the outer rim ike any other magnet... one side is north-at top and other is south-at-top....

https://youtu.be/9EPlyiW-xGI?t=24m50s (24:50 of first video)

he shows they can form a sphere as well as hour glass
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby comingfrom » Wed Aug 05, 2015 8:03 pm

Huh?

Yes, it is precisely at that point (24:50) where the narrator is declaring,
"the red bowls are North polarity, and the blue bowls are South polarity".
And then he proceeds to join them together in various ways, to show that they do attract to each other, no matter which ways they face.

He doesn't show joining them at their sides, and even then, I guess they would still attract, if one bowl has South sides, and the other has North sides. Putting the bowls end to side would tell, but he doesn't show that configuration.

So, are you presuming, or is your statement based upon something you know?
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby Casey Haze » Wed May 25, 2016 11:05 am

A simple question hopefully to be followed by a simple answer: How might I get my hands on a couple of the primer field bowl magnets (as used in Dave lapoints primer field videos? Who, what, when, where and how much would it cost?
Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby LunarSabbathTruth » Fri May 27, 2016 2:56 pm

comingfrom wrote:Thank you all. Very useful and thought provoking comments.
[This thread is must read after watching the series :D ]

One thing still intrigues me about his videos, which doesn't pertain to his theory, but to his example magnets. They are mono pole magnets, which he demonstrates early in the first video. A north magnet, and a south magnet.

I didn't think that was possible. I did a search which seems to confirm they aren't possible. Appears magnets can be temporarily tricked into being a monopole for a short while, but I couldn't find any permanent monopole magnets.
....
Paul


Those floppy refrigerator magnets which contain advertising on one side and are black on the other side are monopolar. The printed side does not stick to the metal. They are made of composite material arranged in a halbach array configuration.
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby johnb758 » Sun Jul 17, 2016 1:30 am

Casey Haze wrote:A simple question hopefully to be followed by a simple answer: How might I get my hands on a couple of the primer field bowl magnets (as used in Dave lapoints primer field videos? Who, what, when, where and how much would it cost?
Any help would be appreciated.


This is what I found searching for the patent number given at the beginning of the videos.
http://www.google.com/patents/US8638186
http://www.google.co.uk/patents/US8638186

Looks like they are not monopole :?: maybe can be made by fixing the magnets in place with a resin or glue :?:
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby willendure » Mon Jul 18, 2016 9:07 am

LunarSabbathTruth wrote:Those floppy refrigerator magnets which contain advertising on one side and are black on the other side are monopolar. The printed side does not stick to the metal. They are made of composite material arranged in a halbach array configuration.


I did not believe you, so looked into it further:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halbach_array

Not truly monopolar since it only reduces the field on one side to 'near zero', but all the same. How fascinating.

If you have some of these refrigerator magnets and a bowl, I am sure you could cut them into wedge shapes, a bit like the material is cut to form a beach ball, and glue them into the bowl to arrive at a close approximation to a monopole magnetic bowl.
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby d3x0r » Mon Jul 18, 2016 12:22 pm

no; refigereator magnets... /sheet magnets

are actually thin rows of n/s bars...

n-------------------------------
s-------------------------------------
n----------------------------------
s-----------------------------
n----------------------------

depending on the thickness of the material will control the thickness of the lines going across... they are self-stabilizing being right next to a north/south, but even a speaker ceramic magnet can deform the magnetic imprint on them.

If you have some, and take a thin ferrous object like a paper clip, one direction you drag, the paper clip will grab and release descretely, and 90 degrees to that the paperclip will retain the same attractive force...

http://www.supramagnets.com/24-28-thick ... agnets.jpg
http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4053/458 ... 459c6b.jpg

Similar to the above images...
Magnetic viewing film shows white/light where the magnetic field is parallel to the viewing film, and dark where the magnetic field is vertical /through the film.

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I hope you get some viewing film and can experiment and understand yourself someday... because still pictures and vague explanations are surely insufficient to describe it to you.
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby willendure » Tue Jul 19, 2016 3:34 am

d3x0r wrote:I hope you get some viewing film and can experiment and understand yourself someday... because still pictures and vague explanations are surely insufficient to describe it to you.


Magnetic viewing film, I never heard of that before either. Sounds like fun.
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby Osmosis » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:14 pm

Look on Amazon. There are several examples of agnetic viewing film.
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby archivus » Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:01 pm

The Primer Fields is fascinating
here's some eye candy

typical Magnetic field
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Field inner functions
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Solar system planetary magnets
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The Sun's giant magnetic field
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A galaxy's magnetic field
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Re: The Primer Fields

Unread postby levitate » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:43 pm

Hi All,

What I found very revealing was the ferrofluid: https://vimeo.com/373750697

When you see a dome with a hole at the top... then you are actually standing within an temple that worships ancient knowledge about the magnetic fields that make up photons, planets, moons, stars and galaxies.
The science Cult that builds all these domes http://i.imgur.com/y0bTaZU.png also install an obelisk or the phallic symbol of Osiris... which is exoteric dogma according to William cooper. See his Mystery Babylon series, it is at archive.org

Look at the ferrofluid as it goes shiny and smooth. The little dip inside at the center is where excess plasma ejects creating quasars and axial jets of streaming clouds from stars and galaxies.

http://i.imgur.com/vp34a1f.png
http://i.imgur.com/vOQ5kpv.png
http://i.imgur.com/3CQZgQk.png
i.imgur.com/NusHYbT.png Magnetic Milky Way
http://i.imgur.com/is7a7kZ.png
http://i.imgur.com/QpD6feQ.png
i.imgur.com/vwXrKhd.png
http://i.imgur.com/YYaLqXW.png

David LaPoint was ... discouraged... from producing his last 3 videos applying his theory to planets and stars.
Instead David is selling his magnet therapy devices i.imgur.com/05pf4C0.png i.imgur.com/zC8OtR8.png I think it improves stemcell rejuvenation, or something like that.
You will not find much about David... His father, Phil, was an inventor, too, so you can imagine the creativity that David grew up with: http://i.imgur.com/MqNVhyP.png
http://i.imgur.com/73cXZ8d.png http://i.imgur.com/6jbVyYP.png

Encourage David to complete his World Changing "Primer Field Therory video series!" Check-out his http://primercube.info/ be nice to him... he is a good guy! He tried to change the world, but got discouraged by the science cult that builds all those domes and obelisks everywhere, no doubt.
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