I have been looking into this stuff for basically my whole life and just found this organization. I have reached out to others in the past but nothing ever came of it.
Anyways, I am a 30 Year old Aircraft mechanic working for one of the BIG airplane (and other stuff) companies currently performing heavy structure modifications on the F-18 Superhornet. I went to school for Electrical Engineering at ITT Tech, which I would have competed (needed 2 more classes) unfortunately the school shut down in 2017 During that time I joined the US Navy in 2013 and learned aviation maintenance while I was going to school and exited military service in late 2018. After ITT Tech closed down I got an Associates Degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle.
I have been working with my mind mostly but also performing experiments with high voltage and magnetism when finances allow. I have not made any major breakthroughs, however I have come to all of the same conclusions that Nassim Haramein seems to have (at least watching several videos on him). I have been working on how “gravity” is effected by the electromagnetic spectrum and have come to some conclusions regarding subatomic particle spin and what causes that. The geometry that surrounds ‘an energy’ also seems to be as important as the frequency, voltage, magnitude and all the other characteristics of a waveform. I also wanted to quote:
"The Universe as a whole, in its full complexity, can not be represented by any simulation smaller than itself”, “if one attempts to substitute simulations of a small part of the Universe, then another small part, then another small part, and so on, intending to put them all together to form a total picture of the Universe, one would find that there are an infinite number of such part simulations”
Everything that I’ve done with my life has been loosely based around trying to figure out flight and gravity to create something new and more economical in hopes for us becoming a space traveling race.
What I am struggling with most is the math because I do not have the formal training. I have taken up to Calculous in college and I did well in it. I am seriously considering going back to school a third time to pursue work as an experimental physicist, however I know that will be a long road and I wanted to check out the community first to see if I like the people.