Category Archives: p. Spheres design

Determine the composition of the spheres.

Fantasy

THEORY

Nova

Proverbs 28:19  He who tills his land will have plenty of food, But he who follows empty pursuits will have poverty in plenty.

Could We Be Outgrowing the Scientific Method?

#NonScientificMethodTheory

#WhateverTheory

Space and Intelligence

#DEW, #DiamondAgeofArchitecture, #EdgeofSpace, #Fallingbodies, #GravityRevolution, #GravityTest, #STEAM

Multiverses

SpaceTime Bubbles

John 10:16  I have other sheep that are not of this fold. I must bring them in as well, and they will listen to My voice. Then there will be one flock and one shepherd.

As One

Psalm 147:5  He counts the number of the stars; He gives names to all of them. Great is our Lord and abundant in strength; His understanding is infinite.

Spheres

Design

Sphere 1 – AISI 1006 Carbon Steel  (UNS G10060)

Magnetic Permeability:                                                                         2,000 

Density:                                                                                                       7.872 g/cm^3

SOLID sphere  (10 cm diameter)         (523.599 cm^3):    4.122 kg

VOID sphere    (9.116 cm diameter)   (396.654 cm^3):    3.122 kg

HOLLOW sphere with wall thickness   (.442 cm):             1.000 kg

#DEW, #DiamondAgeofArchitecture, #EOS, #FallingBodies, #GravityRevolution, #GravityTest, #STEAM
Sphere 1 – Carbon Steel

Sphere 2 – Alloy Steel 52100  (UNS G52986):

Magnetic Permeability:                                                                     300

Density:                                                                                                       7.810 g/cm^3

SOLID sphere  (10 cm diameter)         (523.599 cm^3):    4.089 kg

VOID sphere    (9.107 cm diameter)   (395.480 cm^3):    3.089 kg

HOLLOW sphere with wall thickness   (.4465 cm):           1.000 kg

#DEW, #DiamondAgeofArchitecture, #EOS, #FallingBodies, #GravityRevolution, #GravityTest, #STEAM
Sphere 2 – Alloy Steel

Sphere 3 – Aluminum Bronze  (UNS C95400):

Magnetic Permeability:                                                                     1.27

Density:                                                                                                       7.450 g/cm^3

SOLID sphere  (10 cm diameter)         (523.599 cm^3):     3.901 kg

VOID sphere    (9.060 cm diameter)   (389.389 cm^3):     2,901 kg

HOLLOW sphere with wall thickness   (.470 cm):              1.000 kg

#DEW, #DiamondAgeofArchitecture, #EOS, #FallingBodies, #GravityRevolution, #GravityTest, #STEAM
Sphere 3 – Aluminum Bronze

Sphere 4 – Titanium – Ti  (UNS R50250):

Magnetic Permeability:                                                                     1.00005

Density:                                                                                                       4.510 g/cm^3

SOLID sphere  (10 cm diameter)         (523.599 cm^3):    2.379 kg

VOID sphere    (8.359 cm diameter)   (305.817 cm^3):    1.379 kg

HOLLOW sphere with wall thickness   (.8205cm):            1.000 kg

#DEW, #DiamondAgeofArchitecture, #EOS, #FallingBodies, #GravityRevolution, #GravityTest, #STEAM
Sphere 4 – Titanium

Genesis 1:2  The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters.

balance

It takes balls…

Carbon Steel Balls

#Fallingbodies
Early attempt

AC/DC

Romans 12:3  For through the grace given to me I say to everyone among you not to think more highly of himself than he ought to think; but to think so as to have sound judgment, as God has allotted to each a measure of faith.

What’s with the Spheres?

They’re everywhere!

In Spacetime Curvilinear Gravitational Motion

Isaiah 40:21  Do you not know? Have you not heard? Has it not been declared to you from the beginning? Have you not understood from the foundations of the earth?

Sphere materials

Magnetic Permeability

We need to select materials with varying magnetic permeability.

Here is where we will have the spheres precisely manufactured.

http://www.precisionballs.com/Big_Balls_Inventory.php

Materials:

1. AISI 1006 Carbon Steel (high permeability)

2. Alloy Steel 52100 (not as high permeability)

3. Aluminum Bronze C95400 (low permeability)

4. Titanium (zero permeability)

5. Neodymium (high strength magnet)

6. Acrylic (PMMA):  (zero permeability) containing a cluster of 13 Neodymium (high strength magnets)