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Dale Pond The Basic Principles Of SVP Sympathetic Vibratory Physics

Date

  Mon 9 Apr 2018

Tags

  music, resonance, sound, sono, microwaves, keeley, water hammer, implosion, acoustics, cavitation, water, physics, vibration, energy, dale pond

URL

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBzLk3jHRic

Abstract

Sympathetic vibratory physics, similar to resonance but not the same. Infinite levels of energy are released upon cavitation.

Content

The basic principles of SVP and Keely's work. Dale Pond gives a clear and concise 3 hour lecture with extensive illustrations on this fascinating subject. Presentation to the United States Psychotronics Association in 1994. Very little of the information is contained in any printed source. John Worrell Keely Sympathetic Vibratory Physics Dale Pond http://www.svpvril.com

John Ernst Worrell Keely (September 3, 1827 November 18, 1898) was a US inventor from Philadelphia who claimed to have discovered a new motive power which was originally described as "vaporic" or "etheric" force, and later as an unnamed force based on "vibratory sympathy", by which he produced "interatomic ether" from water and air.


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[Joseph Papp, Inventor. Born in Hungary, 1933. Left Hungary in 1957 and moved to Canada. In Montreal he began work on a submarine that, so he claimed, used a novel principle of propulsion that allowed it to reach speeds of 300 mph. In August 1966 he disappeared and showed up a few days later off the coast of France, claiming that he had crossed the ocean in thirteen hours in his submarine. The submarine, of course, had sunk. Authorities were immediately suspicious. There was the small fact that a submarine going almost as fast as an airplane sounded a little far-fetched. But also, a man resembling Papp had been seen in Montreal boarding a flight to Paris just about the time Papp disappeared. Papp's transatlantic adventure is documented in a book titled The Fastest Submarine. Papp later moved to America where he successfully attracted investors with his plans for the construction of a fusion-powered engine. Papp died in 1989.]
 
 
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