Friday, November 24, 2006
The Scimitar was built to apprehend electricity in a modality that echoes the fashion in which the electron exists in its cosmic nest. It is not culling charge out of nature to incorporate it into human mechanisms. Its conception aims to nonconpartmentalize the electric continuum. The scmitar is made to act as a coral reef of sorts where the electric medium is terraced and invited to coalesce. The constructs of nature are a model for the environment created in the Scmitar, with enhancements made based on the favor of the electric entity. The materialization of the Scmitar was accomplished in many encounters, adding pieces and moving the pieces in the layout based on trials of structural soundness and tests of preference to the ambience of latent electricity.
The first premise of the electric engine was that the electric arc manifested by itself be enhanced. The current is not carrying a load or performing work. It is simply invoked. The space in which the arc is materialized is embellished; the surface area between the transmitting contacts was widened. Wire, itself, is reconsidered. The regularity and stagnant monotony of standard machinery is called into question as are the motives of power derivation in engineering proper. The radiant tendency of electrons and the radiant actions of the human body are made to resonate. Wire is made to regulate electricity and minimize the potential for arc incidence. Certain connections in the Scimitar utilize wire but the electrons are invited to surge through metal of considerable thickness. This induces one of the signature features of the Smitar’s presence—The surfaces of the engine are imbued with a magnetism which can act on the body. It is possible to touch the silver angel holding an orange “human- powered” static bulb, and feel finger stick to the metal, and a tackiness (reminiscent of the stick pad from the Welz-Chi generator) and palpable magnetism is discernable, while inflicting no electrocution damage. It is different from sticking a finger in an outlet or at the contact point of a wire, where the surface area is minimized and a shock occurs.
When the electric arc and the issue of the Scmitar in particular is photographed, the event is imaged in a distinct signature fashion: The sky blue concentration is pictured as a sphere, at any angle, and a star field is arrayed around the planetescmular blue. The flecks of colored brightness in the background of the sky ball can be recognized as nothing but the pattern of stars and galaxies in space.
If the Universe was viewed from every aperture and vantage possible in all timespace, what would be the most typical sight? The night sky of Earth is not the typicality, being removed from the center of the galaxy and in a well of gravitic darkness. The same blue orb is found at any point viewed on the surface of the Smitar. The pressure of the reaction is opening a fissure to a level of timespace owing to the presence of a master electronic accretion, the coordinate from which all particulate power is derived. At high frequencies and amperage the power reactions in the Scmitar’s quantum coil flux discharge open a notch into a far removed zone from which electrons plume like magma. It is in essence an inverse of the Earth Core, a celestial sphere which administers the power cued by the contacts on the electric engine. In a standard electric usage, the gap is small and anemic as to be undetected. But the unique electron honing in the Scmitar unmasks an orifice that tunnels through time-space in a manner which minimizes degradation. The notch is widened into a sphere. The direction of the pathway is like lightening, a fractal extent. The distance in the entirety of a bolt traversed with the pressure of the voltage is on the order of the numerals involved in the quantifyable cells of an organic body—a preponderance of distance and dimension.
One may imagine every access point contacted into an arc at every possible angle along the double steel tubes, in the Lunkenheimer anchor, the light life rings the tower, the radial touchstone, the Faraday cage, the magnets affixed at various intervals, and the angel as well as many other points; the blue arc would appear and in potential could exist at any time showing a window to the electric nexus from differing angles.. Imagine observing contacts along the whole surface of the electric engine from a multiplicity of vectors consisting of touches of blade points to the various surfaces—the imaged information if captured would yield blue sky balls and accompanying star fields from each vantage point. It would be no different than compiling a image registry of views from every angle and vector possible through the whole of the galaxy from space. Coordinates could be mapped and the nuances in the star field would inform gradually the specifics of each object. Each “star” is a confluence of electrons in varying potential. Spreading the voltage out and increasing the frequency is what creates the remarkable depth witnessed about each arc aperture. Observation of sparks from a standard bench power supply showed no such star field (it is hard to overlook the face and figure depicted though, which seems to be common to most arcs when isolated no matter if they derive from a Scimitar)
I also directly shorted the central component to a deactivated Borg electric prism. The mechanism is in fact a miniature Tesla Coil. This video observation revealed startling observations by it self. A shifting tunnel of orange and blue is suggested connoting a fissure to a higher dimension. The apparatus itself, it would seem, which manifests power in the Scimitar, unlinked to any circuitry, still arcs in a peculiar fashion. This seems to be one of the reasons for the overall magnificence of the ensemble of the electric engine.


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