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Bio-Gravitics and Morphogenetic Nanotechnology


INVIZIBILITATEA SI CONTROLUL INTERACTIEI GRAVITATIONALE

MODELAREA MATRICII SPATIU-TIMP UTILIZAND OPTICA NELINIARA(MODULAREA INDICELUI DE REFRACTIE)

CONTROLUL BIOLOGIC AL INTERACTIEI GRAVITATIONALE

NANOTEHNOLOGIA MORPHOGENETICA[METAMATERIALE]


(metamaterials)

INVISIBILITY CLOAK AND GRAVITATIONAL CONTROL USING NONLINEAR OPTICS AND MORPHOGENETIC TECHNOLOGY

ANCIENT LEGENDS ARE TRUE:INVISIBILITY CLOAK REDISCOVERED

(PLEASE READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE BELOW OR THE ON: http://mirahorian.spaces.live.com/

Achieving invisibility,time and gravitational control in Egypt

ON YAHOO NEWS:http://uk.news.yahoo.com/20102006/356/don-t.html

(WE HAVE NOW SMTH DIFFERENT FROM THE INVISIBILITY

SCREEN THAT PROJECTS THE IMAGE FROM BEHIND )

Articolul aparut azi(20.10.2006) la stiri stiintifice pe Yahoo vorbeste despre structuri nanotehnologice (metamateriale) care emit un camp(de plasmoni) care poate inversa(negativa) indicele de refractie, ceea ce conduce la realizarea invizibilitatii unui obiect in toate domeniile electromagnetice(microunde, radar,infrarosu..) dar si in domeniul sonic (detectia ultrasonica).Aceste structuri nanotehnologice arata ca un cablaj electronic(vedeti mai jos) si sunt numite metamateriale.Este vizata interactia gravitationala si extractia din spatiul-timp local(incinte concentrice-\”Oul lui Paracelsus\”). Se observa punerea in aplicare a invizibilitatii descoperite de insecte ,botezata de savantul rus V.Grebennikov :CSE(CAVITY STRUCTURAL EFFECT).
Our new publication in Science confirms a previous conjecture that it is possible to cloak objects–at least over a narrow range of the electromagnetic spectrum.

http://www.ee.duke.edu/~drsmith/


Metamaterials
Electromagnetic metamaterials are artificially structured composites that can be engineered to have desired electromagnetic properties, while having other advantageous material properties. In addition to their potential in practical applications and devices, metamaterials can offer unique and previously unexplored material properties.

Negative Index Materials
What are negative index materials? How do they work? All known naturally occurring materials possess positive refractive index. Metamaterials, however, can be designed to have a negative refractive index, and will thus bend light in a unique manner. Our group studies the fundamental properties of negative refraction, as well as practical applications for negative index metamaterials. More information can be found on our
negative refraction home page.



Plasmonic Nanostructures
Metals at optical wavelengths have unusual properties because their dielectric constant can be negative. At the interface between two media having opposite signs of permittivity, surface plasmons can be excited that give metals a remarkable response to incident electromagnetic radiation. By engineering this response, we hope to develop nano-optic technology: optical elements not limited by the wavelength
Aceste structuri nanotehnologice care arata ca un cablaj electronic(vedeti mai jos) si sunt numite metamateriale vizeaza interactia gravitationala si extractia din spatiul-timp local (incinte concentrice-\”Oul lui Paracelsus\”). In imaginea de mai jos se observa punerea in aplicare a invizibilitatii descoperite de insecte (vedeti in stanga centru platforma invizibila care levita) care foloseste efectul botezat de savantul rus Viktor S. Grebennikov :CSE(CAVITY STRUCTURAL EFFECT).
Efectul de Structurare(spatio- temporala) exercitat de Cavitati ,forme(piramide,ADN) era cunoscut civilizatiilor antice(THOTH ,zeul stiintei si al magiei mai era numit si stapanul timpului)
NATURAL PHENOMENA OF BIOLOGICAL ANTIGRAVITATION ASSOCIATED WITH INVISIBILITY IN INSECTS & GREBENNIKOV\’S CAVITY STRUCTURAL EFFECT

Full English version of this text now is available at www3.sympatico.ca/slavek.krepelka/greb.html

(\”Flight\” – V chapter from the book \”MY WORLD\” by Viktor S. Grebennikov )
In imaginea de mai jos se vede ca PIRAMIDA TETRAEDRALA era simbolul lui Dumnezeu pt. civilizatiile anterioare de pe Terra ,asa cum se afirma in textele civilizatiei Iarga
Now you see it, now you don\’t!
Friday October 20, 11:59 AM
Invisibility Cloak Findings at Duke University-A team led by scientists at Duke University\’s Pratt School of Engineering has demonstrated the first working \”invisibility cloak.\” The cloak deflects microwave beams so they flow around a \”hidden\” object inside with little distortion, making it appear almost as if nothing were there at all.

A British-led team of scientists has made the first big step into the future by creating a device which makes things invisible. The Star Trek-style \”cloaking device\” measures less than five inches across and only responds to radar waves. But within five years there might be devices powerful enough to make whole vehicles \”vanish\” – including battlefield tanks. An invisibility cloak blueprint was produced in May by Professor Sir John Pendry, a physicist at Imperial College London. Just five months later, scientists working with him in the US have put the idea into practice. The concept involves bending visible light, or other forms of electromagnetic radiation such as radar, around the object being hidden. An observer looking at the cloaked object will see light deflected from behind, making it seem to disappear. Sir John said: \”The previous paper was all theory, explaining how it could be done, but the real challenge was to make the unusual materials needed for a working device. \”It\’s all been done in a time scale much shorter than I had envisaged. This cloaking device is just a demonstration showing that you can get radiation where you want it to be. \”There\’s still some development to do, but I would have thought that in five years you\’d be seeing some sort of practical realisation of this technology. \”It\’s probably too heavy for aircraft, and making objects as big as buildings disappear might be difficult. But it would be ideal for hiding a tank.\”
Al Bielek on invisibility-Bielek describes various ways of achieving invisibility, and backs it up with photographic evidence.

Publications, from 2006
Electromagnetic metamaterials for negative refractive index review
W. J. Padilla, D. N. Basov, D. R. Smith
Materials Today 9, 28 (2006)
The quest for the superlens popular
J. B. Pendry, D. R. Smith
Scientific American 295, 60 (July, 2006)
Controlling electromagnetic fields
J. B. Pendry, D. Schurig, D. R. Smith
Science 312, 1780 (2006)
Spectroscopy of metamaterials from infrared to optical frequencies review
W. J. Padilla, D. R. Smith, D. N. Basov
Journal of the Optical Society of America B 23, 404 (2006)
Homogenization of metamaterials by field averaging invited
D. R. Smith, J. B. Pendry
Journal of the Optical Society of America B 23, 321 (2006)
Free-space microwave focusing by a negative-index gradient lens
T. Driscoll, D. N. Basov, A. F. Starr, P. M. Rye, S. Nemat-Nasser, D. Schurig, D. R. Smith
Applied Physics Letters 88, 081101 (2006)
Numerical simulations of long-range plasmons
A. Degiron, D. R. Smith
Optics Express , 88, 1611 (2006)
Electric-field-coupled resonators for negative permittivity metamaterials
D. Schurig, J. J. Mock, D. R. Smith
Applied Physics Letters 88, 041109 (2006)

Publications, from 2005
Simulation and testing of a graded negative index of refraction lens
R. B. Greegor, C. G. Parazzoli, J. A. Nielsen, M. A. Thompson, M. H. Tanielian, D. R. Smith
Applied Physics Letters 87, 091114 (2005)

Superlens breaks optical barrier popular
D. R. Smith
Physics World 18, 23 (2005)
Sub-diffraction imaging with compensating bilayers invited
D. Schurig, D. R. Smith
New Journal of Physics 7, 162 (2005)
Impact of inherent periodic structure on effective medium description of left-handed and related metamaterials
T. Koschny, P. Markos, E. N. Economou, D. R. Smith, D. C. Vier, C. M. Soukoulis
Physical Review B 71, 245105 (2005)
Experimental characterization of magnetic surface plasmons on metamaterials with negative permeability
J. N. Gollub, D. R. Smith, D. C. Vier, T. Perram, J. J. Mock
Physical Review B 71, 195402 (2005)
How to build a superlens popular
D. R. Smith
Science, 308, 502 (2005)
Electromagnetic parameter retrieval from inhomogeneous metamaterials
D. R. Smith, D. C. Vier, Th. Koschny, C. M. Soukoulis
Physical Review E, 71, 036617 (2005)
Gradient index metamaterials
D. R. Smith, J. J. Mock, A. F. Starr, D. Schurig
Physical Review E , 71, 036617 (2005)
Enhanced diffraction by a rectangular grating made of a negative phase-velocity (or negative index) material
R. A. Depine, A. Lakhtakia, D. R. Smith
Physics Letters A , 337, 155 (2005)

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