Open in app or online The Mark of an Exotic Vacuum Object (EVO)

  • BOB GREENYER

    NOV 16

    Marks of EVO action on cathode in “Cardioid Infarction experiment”

    Note the core, the surrounding more circular area and the often differently affected polygonal area surrounding that. Note also that EVOs close to each other may distort the field structures of their neighbours.

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    Fig. 1. Screen Grab from “Cardioid Infarction” - brass plate (L) and soft iron (R) Both are part of the cathode

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    Fig. 2. 50Mpix macro image of a section of the soft iron part of the cathode as seen in Fig. 1. (R) - Open image in new window to explore

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    Fig. 3. Top right detail from Fig. 2. with area appropriate colour adjustments from the 16bit source into 8bit Jpeg - Open image in new window to explore

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    Fig. 4. Bottom Left detail from Fig. 2. with area appropriate colour adjustments from the 16bit source into 8 bit Jpeg - Open image in new window to explore

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    Fig. 5. A section of the hole in the brass from Fig. 1. (L)

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    Fig. 6. Detail from centre right of Fig. 5. A hexagonal splat of material formerly entrained in an EVO

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    Fig. 7. Detail from top centre left of Fig. 5. Pentagonal deposit showing core also of material shifted by EVO field influence

    Impact marks of EVOs on Silicon Dioxide anode stem sheath

    Because of the momentary nature of the impact on the SiO2 of the anode sheath and often non-interaction of multiple EVOs at once (individual impacts), it can be easier to determine the various influences of the EVOs’ sub-structure more clearly.

    Note, in most of these images, there appears to be little deposit in the strike mark, which implies that the EVOs were perhaps made mostly of gas ions or that the mark is just the damage caused by the EVO as it was repelled by the dielectric SiO2 as that became charged by the electrons emitted from the EVO.

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  • Bob! I have repeatedly noted the following - when evacuating, researchers are able to remove only molecules from the vacuum chamber, and at the same time they are not able to remove numerous clusters of free electrons from the vacuum chamber ... Your pictures are wonderful ... If you are able to build a chain of the following type for yourself -

    1. Clusters of free electrons in any experiment with cathodes and anodes pump over mass - ether mass or photon mass;

    2. Clusters of free electrons "stick" to the valence electron located on the axis of the nucleus ;

    3. Through the "magnetic system" of the nucleus, protons redistribute PART of the mass to their bound electrons and transfer the rest along the axis of the nucleus to the next nucleus ...

    4. A bound electron characterizes the aggregate state of matter - for example, melting and evaporation.

    5. A bound electron, receiving mass from its proton, moves away from it. When the distance from the proton is such that the given state of matter is evaporation, i.e. molecules in the gaseous state are molecules in which the bound electrons have moved away from their protons,

    then you will be able to understand the result - this is what you see in the photo - melting and "hole" or carbonization - this is evaporation ...