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« Reply #810 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 1:26pm »

And here too:

http://www.forgottenbooks.com/readbook/Armature_Winding_and_Motor_Repair_1000155904#213

IMO (and the late VC too) an artist like himself took years, using old wiring schematic and AC old ref images and schematic drawings to base many aspects of the whole drone motif on..

And that is where the roto rooter came from too. It is a composite of very old AC motors.

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« Reply #811 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 1:34pm »

on Jan 15th, 2016, 1:26pm, tommi01 wrote:
And here too:

http://www.forgottenbooks.com/readbook/Armature_Winding_and_Motor_Repair_1000155904#213

IMO (and the late VC too) an artist like himself took years, using old wiring schismatics and AC old ref images and schismatic drawings to base many aspects of the whole drone motif on..

And that is where the roto rooter came from too. It is a composite of very old AC motors.


How does that or collecting bottle caps or legos translate to being Isaac?
It just makes him another stick in the mud..Even Nikki, a staunch Tesla freak, had clutch assemblies from a junkyard in her archives..and bizarre sketches..cool
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« Reply #812 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 1:38pm »

An obsessive inspired artist with a lot of powerful kit and some resources .. that's how.

Not to mention familiarity with old AC-motor repair manuals ...

A background with a father employed in engineering or electrical design who liked UFO's wouldn't have hurt..
he might be following his father's passions but expressing them in art. Who knows?

Obsessive and brilliant and talented. But who we still don't know.

But I'm sure this is the basis of the motif. Old energy schematic drawings.



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« Reply #813 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 1:42pm »

on Jan 15th, 2016, 1:38pm, tommi01 wrote:
An obsessive inspired artist with a lot of powerful kit and some resources .. that's how.

Not to mention familiarity with old AC-motor repair manuals ...

A background with a father employed in engineering or electrical design who liked UFO's wouldn't have hurt..

Obsessive and brilliant and talented. But who done it is still unknown.







A father and son team..you say? selling the idea to whom? Shirley there is more than such an anti climactic end... cool
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« Reply #814 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 1:51pm »

on Jan 15th, 2016, 1:42pm, SysConfig wrote:
A father and son team..you say?


No, I'm just using armchair psychology.. obviously the man who did this had to have had some inspiration in electrical engineering and probably had a father who was interested in ufo's so he could pull this off in his mind.. some kind of background. Plus lots of money and expensive equipment as a resource as well.

Just trying to figure out what would drive an artist to do it.. family background (and it's usually the father who has an interest in ufo's that allows children to be cool about such matters) and a science background and artistic influence had to be part of it.

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« Reply #815 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 1:56pm »

I repeat for amplification..A father and son team..you say? selling the idea to whom? Shirley there is more than such an anti climactic end... cool
Probably no more than 15k in 2007 dollars..according to Springer at ATS thats about 7500 apiece..and the ad agencies like CARAT with plenty of resources..did the rest. sounds about right..pretty good for a motor with commander keen symbols
Money is always a good motivator if you are starving artists..no mystery there.


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« Reply #816 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 2:02pm »

You think that the whole north west of the states was in on this conspiracy..

It's not so. Shirley I'm sure was just looking for her fabricated 15 mins of fame along with a lot of others spoofing the matter and playing it for all they could get, commercially or for their personal reasons, like spoofing LMH and the whole UFO community (industry).

But I believe it was an artistic creation by an obsessed artist or art group who was/were using A-C old schematic drawings to pull concepts from. Science fiction made live. They hired the players they needed under non disclosure agreements too.. or they played the parts themselves..

Or else it is real. You decide cool



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« Reply #817 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 2:07pm »

Spoofing the UFO community is just like Nvidia did..dont you remember that chip based cropcircle..elements like LMH and outlets need spoofers to keep them alive..its their business..even when the matter comes all to naught..LMH c2c and other outlets would be nothing without the spoofing...its symbiotic..the movie makers and PC absolutley need every market they can tap..you know this..cattention ..catchy..then gone..like way of the hoola hoop..If I did anything on this thread is show the many sources of inspiration..whoever did it..cant take credit..the storyline was there before it..the designs as well..there is nothing unique sadly tommi..nothing..thats why they dont come forward..it would be an embarrasment. cool
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« Reply #818 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 2:10pm »

on Jan 15th, 2016, 2:07pm, SysConfig wrote:
Spoofing the UFO community is just like Nvidia did..dont you remember that chip based cropcircle..elements like LMH and outlets need spoofers to keep them alive..its their business..even when the matter comes all to naught..LMH c2c and other outlets would be nothing without the spoofing...its symbiotic..the movie makers and PC absolutley need every market they can tap..you know this..


I hope I've proven by now at least that every crop circle that looks like the schematic drawings of old AC motors were based on old A-C motor physics.

I hope that at least is obvious. What astounds me is that LMH and her "professors" hadn't realised this before.

On second thought, it is ridiculous for me to be astounded anymore by LMH or anyone else concerning this matter.. lol

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on Jan 15th, 2016, 2:10pm, tommi01 wrote:
I hope I've proven by now at least that every crop circle that looks like the schematic drawings of old AC motors were based on old A-C motor physics.

I hope that at least is obvious. What astounds me is that LMH and her "professors" hadn't realised this before.

On second thought, it is ridiculous for me to be astounded anymore by LMH or anyone else concerning this matter.. lol



so true..I could not agree with you more..
she is but a conveyer belt for the purveyors of these things.
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« Reply #820 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 2:21pm »

Even Tiberian Sun, which came out in 1999 or so, its design is based on AC motor schematic design.

It represents energy and the science of electricity that we have already and have yet to find means to utilise in the future. IMO

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« Reply #821 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 2:39pm »

and another thing.. the artist or art group had to be in Cuptertino area, they used the facilities I think of a big company like Apple perhaps.. moon lighting.. being let in to use the equipment when needed or had access to some high tech background and equipment on the fly, so managment of course wouldn't know anything. Only some paid off employees or security people.

Some big government facilities would have high end equipment for this kind of work too, also access to old documentation on record to be used as the prototype for the manual part of this saga.

Just guessing..

Someone with a lot of money to buy their way through this to get the final product ready for its planned deployment into the media.

Just for the joy of watching it run. Real live art.

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« Reply #822 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 2:53pm »

Art, unlike people, lives forever.

Through art, the artist lives forever. He is always present in the future because his art remains.

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on Jan 15th, 2016, 2:53pm, tommi01 wrote:
Art, unlike people, lives forever.

Through art, the artist lives forever. He is always present in the future because his art remains.


I would say the cogs and wheels and pulleys in mans mind live on as long as man. Absent mind..the observer..there is no art. The artist only carries on that before him..what we project as value would be like expecting an amazonian to find interest and value in a monkey lisa or picasso..they might just see it as so most junk..an old antique..so much firewood..nothing to make a connection to the grand ethos ..a product of our own cultural bubble..
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« Reply #824 on: Jan 15th, 2016, 5:33pm »

What a piece of work is a man! how noble in reason! how infinite in faculty!
in form and moving how express and admirable!
in action how like an angel!

Art is the highest expression and a lifting of the human spirit above the mere means of survival, it is an expression of man's higher being & state of progress.

It is a time capsule of progress towards man's ever changing growth and expression. It is all we have to elevate us to the gods.

(except for bad art of course.. tongue)


edit to add... now what the h*ll is music.. ?

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