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TOPIC: Energy/Space transformation calculation/equation

#925 5 years 6 months ago
Energy/Space transformation calculation/equation

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I was the chief engineer at Imaging3 and I still maintain the website. LENR is my internet reading hobby. I have a computer science education which involved first year math and physics.

Imaging3 developed a machine whose input is 2D xray images of objects in our 3D reality and output is a duplicate 3D model. The mechanism depends on a steady stream of energy and it can be used to understand the relationship between energy and space. On the main imaging3 web page under the Dominion / Applications tab at the very bottom there is a button titled Understanding Energy. One of the applications of the DVIS is as a science experiment which helps us understand and explain how projects like Crescent Dunes and Brilliant Light Power (BLP) work. BLP if it pans out and actually proves to the world that it is for real.

The phenomenon involves calculations of excess power measurements rather than power itself. It is completely reproducible. Crescent Dunes is a real life example of the math and physics involved in action.
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