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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Quality Control in Remote Viewing

Although it appears that there exist countless opportunities for error in scientific research, most inventors are competent and compassionate people interested in improving the common lot of humanity. In other words they want a better world. We must use our innate capabilities in an attempt to reduce error - taking care that our experiments can be replicated and repeated through our meticulous documentation and presentation of data.

Rather than filter the information that I supply I intend to give you the raw data, unprocessed and uncut, so that I will become a live feed from the future.

It is a proven fact that the intelligence agencies used remote viewing as a source of information, and that the data provided by remote viewers was less than 100% accurate. It is my goal by having multiple viewers to remove viewer bias and so increase the signal to noise ratio.

For example, if 100 people view a traffic accident and all 100 report certain events, then those events are more likely than a random event reported by only one viewer.

By allowing data that is less than accurate to propagate we are allowing error to contaminate our experiment and pollute our decision making aparatus.

I believe that it has been proven that front loading a remote viewer with data will compromise the quality of data generated by that remote viewer. This method should not be used when obtaining information. Also targets should be selected that have high espar values to facilitate easier viewing.

Monday, May 29, 2006

Tensor Coil

According to Steven Gibbs the most important part of the HDR is the tensor coil which he calls a bifiliar winding. He says this provides a scalar wave that causes many effects.

There is much work in fringe science using scalar waves and attributing to scalar waves many interesting properties.

Tom Bearden has done much research on the subject of scalar waves and he has arrived at many interesting conclusions. It appears that things are stranger than we can imagine!

Friday, May 26, 2006

How do you calculate percent divergence in timelines?


John Titor talked about there being a 2.5% divergence between his worldline and our. What was he talking about?

He referred to a cumulative total of differences that existed using a variable gravity lock. He said that in our worldline certain books were not written that were on his line and that the "wrong" team won a sporting event.

Well, I wish I had a formula to give you. Basically, I survey my surroundings in astral time travel and try to find out how close the timeline is to mine.

The process is to look at landmarks which I divide into two groups

A. Monuments - like a statue of George Washington

B. PointStars - A highway sign

If I see at George Washington High School instead of a statue of George Washington, a statue of Adolph Hitler and the school sign says "Hitler High" I know I am in the wrong timeline. That is why I look for landmarks to see how close the timeline is to mine.


1% Almost no difference, maybe the price of gas is a penny higher.

5% Minor differences, minor actors differnt in a movie, some new building in the wrong place.

10% Moderate differences, major actors different in a movie, plot is similar. Many stores in wrong place.

20% Major differneces, people talk funny, store names & street names different, not in same place, clothes different

40% Huge difference, language totally diffent - looks like Chinese, things look odd, people dress weird

60% Very huge difference, no people, islands in diffent place

From the information I have received, at one time there was only one timeline, but experiemnts like the Montauk Project cause it to fracture into many time streams. The main timeline was further split into many small tributaries. The earlier a bifurcation occurs the greater the percent divergence of a the two timelines.

For example, if the split occured in the 40's one line might have Germany as the winner, the other the US. However if the spit occurred in the 70's one line might have a democratic unified Vietnam, while the other (ours) has a communist Vietnam.

In a timeline where Germany wins old building preWWII still stand, but new buildings are built in different places and look different. Clothe styles are more conservative, and no teenages with tattooes are walking the streets.

Also, obvious differences are the elimination of certain non aryan ethnic groups.


Perhaps, we can create a way to assign percentage by looking at the number of differences in a timeline. We need a benchmark to assign a difference score.

In low percent divergence timelines typically I see the following a lot.

Neighbor has a different car, his house is a different color. President is different, for example you see posters that say "GORE IN 2004".

Thursday, May 25, 2006

What is 2007 like?

The minimum wage in 1997 was $5.15 and hour and ten years later it has not budged, yet the price of gasoline has gone from less than a dollar a gallon to over $4.50/gallon! A regular house from $100,000 to about $400,000.

But why are people getting poorer rather than richer? The North American Continent with its vast array of natural resources can support high standard of living. The critical infrastructure of fiber optics was developped to enable fast internet connections.

However that is our greatest strength as well as weakness. The internet now allows US firms to outsource high technology jobs to India. Why pay a US programmer $30,000 a year when an Indian with a PHD makes only $3,000 a year. Outsourcing of top talent is what allows people in the US making $40/hour in the US to be replaced by people making 40 cents/hour in China.

We see a dramatic decline in salaries and employment opportunities for white colar work that can now be done cheaply overseas. The bottom of the ladder jobs are still there, but these have failed to keep up with inflation and many illegal immigrants want these jobs and are willing to work below the minimum wage.

Corporations have decided that each individual's functional contribution should be compensated at a much lower level. The rich have gotten richer and the poor poorer.

Using robotics we should be now in a golden age, after all there is no more cold war. Using artificial intelligent machines we should enjoy a productive capacity far greater than we had ten years ago with a dramatic increase in GNP.

In fact our salaries should be many orders of magnitude greater than they were just ten years ago, but we allowed ourselves to be sold a scarcity model.

There is no oil shortage, this covenient fraud was created by billionaire oil men intent on ripping off the American people. Our current Texas oil man president is in cahoots with the big oil companies to artificially inflate the already high price of petroleum.

Just like they lied about Iraq's WMD, they lied about oil, the shortage is in good high paying jobs.

Monday, May 22, 2006

Astral Time Travel Predictions

1) WWIII takes place
2) Avian Influenza Pandemic
3) Meteor hits Pacific Ocean
4) Canary Island Volcano erupts
5) Giant Tsunami destroys Florida
6) Yellowstone Supervolcano
7) Solar flash
8) Shortages of food & fuel
9) Repressive regimes

List was taken from
Predictions using Astral Time Travel

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Latest HDR secrets from Steven Gibbs

I am making available the information that I have on the Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR), including the latest HDR secrets from Steven Gibbs. There are many new developments in these new devices.

Steven Gibbs is working on a smaller more portable version of the HDR that would be easier to carry, and not as big and bulky as the current version. The current version draws four amperes of electricity and uses 115V AC current. A smaller unit with a smaller electromagnet would be great.