> Just one detail Armand - you say you put your plasma tube
> together using simple materials available to the AE's. Like
> blown glass? To my knowledge, they didn't know the art of
> blown glass. Or else they would have had the broken windows
> that Jordon is looking for.
From Sea Life Creations - Glass Facts
In truth, it is not known exactly where or when people learned to make glass. It is believed that the first intentionally created glass was used as a glaze on ceramics earlier than 3000 B.C., but it wasn't until around 1500 B.C. that glass vessels began to appear in Egypt. The popularity of glass manufacturing rose and fell for hundreds of years until it became a strongly established commodity around 500 B.C.
For me, the process of rediscovering lost ancient technology is a lot like trying to reverse-engineer a product using only a picture of the product and the sounds coming through the factory walls to work with. It is not easy. It requires skills and talents most people don't have. Luckily for me, I do...
To your knowledge, the AE's could not have built a plasma bulb - I understand. The good news is, we are not confined to the limits of your knowledge (or my knowledge for that matter)...
My only interest in posting is to freely share what I have found. I believe the technology is pointing us far beyond talk of ancient light bulbs and missing ceiling soot. There is new physics here to be re-discovered...
Years ago, I met an old Rosicrucian who told me, 'Don't ask why, why is open ended. If you want to understand something, ask what does it do? That will lead you to the most important why.'
I feel like we are arguing over deck chairs on the Titanic? What does it do?
The technology being re-discovered is cutting edge stuff. Doesn't that interest you? If not, why not?
> And what would they have done with a plasma snake in a tube ?
> What would the purpose be ?
> (thanks Daniel, for letting me know)
Good question. I refer you over to my Thunderbolts post:
> p.s. can find no reference to "master" being an unmarried male.
> The word implies superiority of some sort. Do you consider
> yourself superior ?
More deck chairs on the Titanic... Audrey, you have already asked this question.
(Electrical) Storms, Soap Bubbles and Solitons. - Cashus the Giant