Technology – a rant

If, for the last century all the technological discoveries that we would need for the future have been discouraged by academia, government and the controllers of the planet, but do exist already and have been developed by people from the earth, then demanding the release of said technologies is NOT asking to be saved, nor does it have anything to do with wanting a savior to do the work for us. It appears we, the people of earth, have already done this, and if the suppression of intelligence, the suppression of inventors, the suppression of true original thinkers had not been done, we would already have these technologies and the world wouldn’t be crashing down around us. We made these technologies – we created them. They are ours, and we have also paid for them in spades. It is our right to use them.

Because whether the UFO question is real, whether the alien question is real, whether the interdimensional question is real, whether the elites, hidden controllers – call them what you want are real, has nothing to do with this. This is about saving our planet, saving it from those few who would destroy it. This is about saving us as a viable race, saving our children and having a place they can grow and thrive in, saving every type of life that exists on this planet from sure extinction. The technologies already exist to save the planet and every last soul on it.

We are being purposefully led to keep our heads buried in the sand until it is too late to do anything about this mess, or save the situation. I have said before that this was a millennia old plan, that whoever invaded did it very slowly – almost on a molecular level – if that is possible – such that the range and scope of the invasion has taken far longer than our memory has room to hold in current lore.

That invasion is almost complete, yet here we are almost at the eleventh hour finally waking up and noticing what is happening and instead of powering up to clean out the mess, we are uselessly squabbling amongst ourselves over idiotly insane and stupid matters. But, lest we all forget, that is part of the plan, to keep us so engaged in our separated ideologies that we in all our hubris and ego fight each other instead of the invading force.

The technologies that really do exist would blow the minds of everybody on the planet. It is time to just get over it and stand up and demand they be released to the public for the salvation of the planet.


The season of the rant: A Piece of the Action

This seems to be the season of the rant, so here is some more of my 2 cents.

IMO we, earthlings are simple, give us bone to chew and it will infiltrate through the substrata of our cultures and appear, as somebody will want it enough to invent it.. Give us a new idea and we, if we like it, will run with it and make it real. Need I point out how many devices were created from the TV show Star Trek that are now real? In some cases this pays off, in others, not so much.

Now, when you are looking at the effects of an extreme disinformation campaign like the one surrounding the topic of UFO’s where (gee let me repeat myself for the third time)

We all know about the ‘Truth Embargo’, we all know we have been lied to officially.

So really the only truth we have is that we have been told untruth for the last 80 years.

You wind up with a reaction that causes

ex·trem·ism  /ikˈstrēˌmizəm/


noun: extremism; plural noun: extremisms

the holding of extreme political or religious views; fanaticism.
“the dangers of religious extremism”

Extremism means, literally, “the quality or state of being extreme” or the “advocacy of extreme measures or views”. The term is primarily used in a political or religious sense, to refer to an ideology that is considered to be far outside the mainstream attitudes of society. It can also be used in an economic context. Wikipedia


Although we who are rather embedded in this UFO issue see this as a huge issue, it could be just one of several tactics being used on the planet at this moment to destabilize society of any kind. One of the most insidious programs to break down and restructure the way relationships are conducted from person to person all the way up through the global arena has been:

Postmodernism: a broad movement that developed in the mid- to late-20th century across philosophy, the arts, architecture, and criticism and that marked a departure from modernism.[1][2][3] The term has also more generally been applied to the historical era following modernity and the tendencies of this era.[4] (In this context, “modern” is not used in the sense of “contemporary”, but merely as a name for a specific period in history.)

While encompassing a wide variety of approaches, postmodernism is generally defined by an attitude of skepticism, irony, or rejection toward the meta-narratives and ideologies of modernism, often calling into question various assumptions of Enlightenment rationality.[5] Consequently, common targets of postmodern critique include universalist notions of objective reality, morality, truth, human nature, reason, language, and social progress.[5] Postmodern thinkers frequently call attention to the contingent or socially-conditioned nature of knowledge claims and value systems, situating them as products of particular political, historical, or cultural discourses and hierarchies.[5] Accordingly, postmodern thought is broadly characterized by tendencies to self-referentiality, epistemological and moral relativism, pluralism, subjectivism, and irreverence.[5]

Postmodern critical approaches gained purchase in the 1980s and 1990s, and have been adopted in a variety of academic and theoretical disciplines, including cultural studies, philosophy of science, economics, linguistics, architecture, feminist theory, and literary criticism, as well as art movements in fields such as literature and music. Postmodernism is often associated with schools of thought such as deconstruction and post-structuralism, as well as philosophers such as Jean-François Lyotard, Jacques Derrida, and Fredric Jameson. Some philosophers have criticized the term.   From <>

(I got this idea from listening to Richard Dolan and Micah Hanks)

And what we are seeing above is the result of: the only truth we have is that we have been told untruth for the last 80 years. In other words, the kick back from being lied to – especially if you’re are not sure just when or where that occurred is to call absolutely everything suspect. The second thing is then to question the motives behind absolutely everything. The third thing that happens is … Paranoia. In a word.

Which really, in one way, is a good thing or none of us would have ever found out about things like monsanto (not capitalizing the word, as it doesn’t deserve that honor), or big pharma, or vaccines, or education, the stealing of social security and then taxing it, or, for heaven sake ancient history (its freaking endless)or any of the other myriad ways we have been lied to and manipulated.

This is part of the problem going on in the UFO genre right now between all the little guys, in the chat rooms and the twitterverse, or FB, the mood is murderous. What makes all of us think that when every other strata of society has been targeted that ours wouldn’t be is fairly insane. It has been from the beginning and that is a fact we have to take on board and work with and around to gain any real grip of some assemblance of truth. Like it or lump it. The common narrative is that: Everything has been weaponized against us.

Which is also why they can also use the idea of a savior against us. Just like a cargo cult, we want ET to come and save us. Which IMO most certainly will NOT happen. Mainly because of the real prime directive. Trust me, if we as kids can think of this idea and extrapolate the need for it, it probably is real in one form or another.

Which reminds me of:

“A Piece of the Action”, a second season episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek, first broadcast on January 12, 1968; its repeat on August 30, 1968, was the last episode to air in the 8:30 pm time slot on Friday nights. It is episode #46, production #49, written by David P. Harmon and Gene L. Coon, and directed by James Komack.

In the comedic episode, the Enterprise visits a planet with an Earth-like 1920s gangster culture, with Runyonesque dialog and costumes. From <>

Returning to a planet last visited by an Earth ship 100 years earlier, the Enterprise finds a planet that has based its culture on the Chicago gangsters of the 1920s. Since the Horizon‘s visit was before the Federation’s Prime Directive against non-interference, Kirk, Spock and McCoy are concerned about what effects the Horizon‘s crew may have had on the Iotian culture which was just beginning industrialization at the time and had a knack for imitation. The three beam down to find a culture resembling that of Chicago in the 1920s. They are immediately greeted by two men dressed as gangsters who threaten them with Tommy guns. From <> And why? All because the Horizon’s crew left a book behind on Chicago in the roaring 20’s.

This is a clear example of a cargo cult.

Cargo cults often develop during a combination of crises. Under conditions of social stress, such a movement may form under the leadership of a charismatic figure. This leader may have a “vision” (or “myth-dream”) of the future, often linked to an ancestral efficacy (“mana“) thought to be recoverable by a return to traditional morality.[1][3] This leader may characterize the present state as a dismantling of the old social order, meaning that social hierarchy and ego boundaries have been broken down.[4] From <> (italics mine)

From what I can see, that’s pretty much the state of things down here for us ‘ground-pounders’. But now we want ‘A Piece of the Action’ too.



Quicksilver: Liquid Mercury Thoughts

Why would a liquid mercury mirror telescope become the focus of several alphabet agencies and cause the shutdown of a small town?

First off, just what IS a liquid mirror telescope???

A liquid mirror telescope in this design, has the optical sensors mounted above the mirror, in a module at its focus, and the motor and bearings that turn the mirror are in the same module as the sensors. The mirror is suspended below.

Liquid mirror telescopes are telescopes with mirrors made with a reflective liquid. The most common liquid used is mercury, but other liquids will work as well (for example, low melting alloys of gallium). The liquid and its container are rotated at a constant speed around a vertical axis, which causes the surface of the liquid to assume a paraboloidal shape, suitable for use as the primary mirror of a reflecting telescope. The rotating liquid assumes the paraboloidal shape regardless of the container’s shape. To reduce the amount of liquid metal needed, and thus weight, a rotating mercury mirror uses a container that is as close to the necessary parabolic shape as possible. Liquid mirrors can be a low cost alternative to conventional large telescopes. Compared to a solid glass mirror that must be cast, ground, and polished, a rotating liquid metal mirror is much less expensive to manufacture.

From <>

However, there are much safer and easier and CHEAPER ways to do a liquid mirror and they were known about so long ago that the pages I found were archived.


These pages were archived:

May 4, 2006, 9:21 am

From <>

A far better solution to mercury are ferrofluids with nano particles of iron suspended in a viscous fluid with a layer of silver nano particle on top that utilize magnetic control while being far less dangerous to the operators and the environment.

In previous attempts to deform liquid mirrors, the goal was generally to modify the shape of the mirror as a whole and not make the kind of rapidly changing wave front corrections needed for adaptive optics. These attempts focused on mercury, as was used in the first generation of LMTs at Laval.

The problem with using mercury as a DM is that because of its high density, a substantial force is needed to deform it. Our solution is to use an oil-based magnetic liquid called a ferrofluid which can be easily shaped in a magnetic field. Pure ferrofluids have very low reflectivity, a problem that is solved be coating them with a reflective layer called a MELLF which provides excellent reflectivity while adjusting to the shape of the ferrofluid underneath.

From <>


Testing liquid deformable mirrors

Small flat mirrors are very well suited to interferometric testing. In this technique, an instrument emits a laser beam which reflects off the test surface and is compared to a reference beam inside the interferometer. Any deviations from a perfectly flat surface cause a difference in the optical path between the test and reference beams, resulting in a pattern of interference fringes that is captured by a CCD camera. These fringes can then be analyzed by computer to show the heights of surface features with a precision on the order of 1/20th of a wave or better. Most interferometers take several images to reconstruct a surface and thus are unable to measure quickly changing features as is the case with these deformable mirrors. To get around this problem we made measurements using an innovative interferometer design called the PhaseCam from 4D Technology. By employing a technique called modal analysis we were able to obtain animated measurements using this equipment and also delineate the dynamic characteristics of several different magnetic liquids.


Figures of merit.

When we talk about the properties of a deformable mirror, there are several key parameters we are interested in.

Influence function:

This is the shape of the surface when deformed by a single actuator.





Response time:

this is a measure of how fast the mirror can be driven, a critical factor in astronomical imaging as the mirror must be able to keep pace with changes due to atmospheric turbulence.


This is the maximum deflection of the deformable mirror surface. This in turn determines the size of the largest aberrations that can be compensated for (due to the atmosphere or other elements in the optical system)

From <>


I bring all this to your attention because of what we know about interferometry and spinning mercury vortexes and the ability to send frequency wave lengths through a viscous material like mercury.

What we are seeing when we look at the world are interference patterns between matter and spirit that have aggregated mass – physicality. There is a science to this and it is called interferometry.

Interferometry is a family of techniques in which waves, usually electromagnetic waves, are superimposed causing the phenomenon of interference in order to extract information.[1] Interferometry is an important investigative technique in the fields of astronomy, fiber optics, engineering metrology, optical metrology, oceanography, seismology, spectroscopy (and its applications to chemistry), quantum mechanics, nuclear and particle physics, plasma physics, remote sensing, biomolecular interactions, surface profiling, microfluidics, mechanical stress/strain measurement, velocimetry, and optometry.[2]:1–2

These patterns equate to what could be called a template. This template can be measured for every manifested thing from rocks and dirt through all life forms up and to weather and energy.

So: affect the lattice – affect us or vice versa, affect the us – affect the lattice.

The ability to weaponize a spinning mercury mirror of the size needed for an astronomical observatory is foolishly easy. If you know the lattice pattern of anything (the frequency) you simply tune the bowl of mercury to that frequency, aim it and send a pulsed frequency that is out of phase at your target and whammo! (IMO)

Interference (wave propagation)

Interferometry makes use of the principle of superposition to combine waves in a way that will cause the result of their combination to have some meaningful property that is diagnostic of the original state of the waves. This works because when two waves with the same frequency combine, the resulting intensity pattern is determined by the phase difference between the two waves—waves that are in phase will undergo constructive interference while waves that are out of phase will undergo destructive interference. Waves which are not completely in phase nor completely out of phase will have an intermediate intensity pattern, which can be used to determine their relative phase difference. Most interferometers use light or some other form of electromagnetic wave.[2]

From <>

IMO this might have also been an option as to why the place is now under alphabet control – especially if you could remotely operate the telescope – which, if it was a mercury mirror you would have to remotely operate it to protect your personnel.


Just a quick(silver) thought…