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RE: Re: Totally Far-out Lens Idea: Been Done

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Posted by on March 9, 2000 09:03:40 UTC

What your talking about is gravitational lensing,observed by hst,where the g-field of
distant galaxys warp spacetime allowing the observation of distant deep space galaxy`s
which are beyond 10 billion light yrs or so.
Im talking about a small scale,gravity window(portal?)which acts as a lens,bending light
rays,it would be designed such that it would not "draw one in"or anything besides light,
by confining its field of influence to a small area.the first step would be of course to actually
generate artificial gravity,this has been done,maxwell and tesla left us the clues long ago
now its only a matter of time before someone with alot of money and time finds the answer.
rotational electromagnetic fields warp space,i know this for sure,and this is the place to begin.

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