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Re: LF: A bit of winter solstice reading....

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Subject: Re: LF: A bit of winter solstice reading....
From: Alberto di Bene <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2004 22:38:12 +0100
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Rik Strobbe wrote:
Maybe the modulation methods suggested by Walker only work if used in 
combination with an EH-antenna ?

73, Rik  ON7YD
That's a definite possibility... you should write a rebuttal of the debunking done by Phil Karn KA9Q
of Qualcomm fame of the VMSK theory.... see

Who knows ? Maybe this Mr. Walker and that Vladimir Korobejnikov are closely related or even
the same person with different names... after all, when one has invented the perpetual motion, or a
new field that propagates at infinite speed, would he be afraid to invent a new name ? Unlikely...

> And , therefore, Alberto, in laymans terms, if such a change occurs instantly at any point in space where
> this field exists, it ceases to exist instantaneousy as the value of "time" reduces to zero.

Pat, the only places in this Universe where time has a zero value, meaning with this that it has slowed down
and finally stopped its flow, are the horizons of events of the black holes, ideal surfaces placed at the
Schwarzschild’s radius from the (supposed) singularities that live in the kernel of black holes.
Thus that
Korobejnikov's theory must be confronted with this fact.... what happens when that so-called
Hz field encounters a black hole ? Infinite speed on one side and time dilated up to infinity on the other side...
Who will win ? What is the value of the ratio infinity over infinity ?  Time to go to bed, I suppose....

Two two-dimensional black holes connecting two different Universes...
73  Alberto  I2PHD

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