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Two-chamber capsule. Shown here is a capsule formed from first-generation oscillatory chambers. Such a capsule is a basic configuration of two oscillatory chambers, formed to increase their controllability. It is formed by embedding two oppositely oriented first-generation oscillatory chambers, one inside the other. Because of the need for the inner chamber (I) to "float" freely suspended in the center of the outer chamber (O), the sides "a" of the two chambers must satisfy equation (F9): ao=ai/(sqrt(3)). Because of the opposite orientation of the magnetic poles of the two chambers of the capsule, the resultant magnetic field (R) discharged from this configuration into the environment is the algebraic difference between the outputs of its component chambers. The principle of forming such a resultant flux is illustrated in Figure F7. Dual-chamber capsules allow easy control of all attributes of the field they produce. The subjects of this control are the following properties of the resultant flux (R): (1) the power of the field - adjustable smoothly from zero to maximum; (2) the period of pulsations (T) or frequency of pulsations (f); (3) the ratio of the amplitude of the field's pulsations to its constant component (dF/Fo - see Figure F12 from monograph [1/5]); (4) the nature of the field, i.e. whether it is constant, pulsating, or alternating; (5) the time-varying curve of F=f(t), i.e., whether it is a linear, sinusoidal field, or varied according to a "rumble curve"; (6) the polarity (i.e., which side of the capsule has the N pole and which side has the S pole). Symbols: O - outer chamber ("outer"), I - inner chamber ("inner"), C - circulating flux ("circulating flux") trapped inside the capsule, R - resultant flux ("resultant flux") discharged from the capsule to the environment.
Img.353 (#E2a) The cubical "twin-chamber capsule" of the first generation. It represents the basic arrangement of two Oscillatory Chambers of the first generation combined together in order to increase their controllability. This capsule illustrates the general principle of formation of such arrangements from Oscillatory Chambers of all three generations. Namely, all the twin-chamber capsules are formed from two oppositely oriented chambers placed one inside the other. Because of the need for free floating of the inner (I) chamber suspended inside of the empty outer (O) chamber, the side edges "a" of both Oscillatory Chambers must meet strict mathematical relationships - e.g. for the Oscillatory Chambers of the first generation must meet the equation (F9) from volume 2 of [1/5]: ao=ai(sqrt(3)). (These relationships can later be verified and confirmed on authentic photographs of UFOs - e.g. see "Fig. #C9" on the web page explain.htm, or on marks lefts on the ground during landings of UFO vehicles - see "Fig. #G2" below on this web page.) The resultant magnetic field (R) yield to the environment from these capsules is obtained as a difference between outputs from two chambers having opposite orientation of their magnetic poles. The principles of formation of this resultant field (R) are illustrated in "Fig. #E3". The twin-chamber capsule allows full control over all the attributes of the produced magnetic field. In the twin-chamber capsules of the first generation subjected to such a control are the following properties of the resultant magnetic field (R): (1) strength of the field (fluently controlled from zero to maximum), (2) Period (T) or frequency (f) of pulsations, (3) ratio of the amplitude of the field's pulsations to its constant component (ΔF/Fo - see also "Figure #C5" on the web page ufo_proof.htm), (4) character of the field (i.e. constant, pulsating, alternating), (5) field's variation in time (i.e. linear, sinusoidal, beat type curves), (6) polarity (i.e. from whichever side of the capsule the N and S poles of the resultant field (R) prevail). In turn in capsules of the second and third generations controlled are also parameters of the magnetic field that are to decide about the ability to form telekinetic effect and changes in the elapse of time (these parameters still remain unnamed by present human science).
Symbols: O - outer chamber, I - inner chamber, C - circulating flux trapped inside the capsule, R - resultant flux yield from the capsule to the environment.
Img.028 (#E2b) An octagonal twin-chamber capsule of the second generation, shown in a side view. It is composed of two Oscillatory Chambers having octagonal cross-section, i.e. a smaller inner chamber (I) and a larger outer chamber (O).
Img.632 (#E2c) A 16-sided twin-chamber capsule of the third generation, also shown in a side view. It is composed of two Oscillatory Chambers with 16-sided cross section, i.e. inner (I) and outer (O). It is this capsule that will be used in time vehicles to shift time back.