Monday, May 30, 2011

Possible Futures Film Contest: The Promise of Energy for Everyone

Possible Futures Film Contest:
 The Promise of Energy for Everyone
Vote beginning June 28th, 2011

In the Beginning..................
Let there be light................
From the Filmmaker
When the quantity C, originally defined by the velocity of light, is now also defined by the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter, “Let there be light”  becomes enhanced with a far more practical  meaning.  It could be said, everything we see and touch is light in motion or light stationary.
It is therefore not surprising:
•In short, the quantity C is the measure of the radius of curvature of natural law. It is the factor which will enable us to determine precisely the degree of change in the curvature of one law which will be brought about by a specified change in the application of the others. It is the factor which will eventually tell us how to place our transport vehicles in either the positive or negative portion of the gravitational curve with respect to the earth or any other planet which we may choose to visit.

•When we state that the quantity C is the radius of the curvature of natural law, we mean simply that if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point.

Understanding the radius of curvature, symbolized by our ancestors with the circle and; sine wave, un-hides the hidden variables, removes the foundational problems described in The Trouble With Physics, and leads toward self recognition of very advanced and practical solutions, scientifically validating the age old philosophies surmised by Walter Russell and Judge Thomas Troward, merging physics with metaphysics.


The Promise of Energy for Everyone, A Power Point Introductory Presentation may be accessed at​TheRadiusOfCurvature12-28-10PPShow2003.pps