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Vlad
06-06-2009, 10:48 PM
Jim 7-21-2000

Barry: What does the electromagnet do to the HR material?

Jim: It spins it in one dimension, is what it does.

Barry: Un huh, how does it do that?

Jim: Because it has enough gauss that, unlike your usual magnets, it will align
paramagnetics and diamagnetics will go against the lines of force. This puppy
absolutely pins them against the wall. It is over five hundred thousand gauss.
Consider that a speaker magnet is only twenty eight thousand gauss in a half
millimeter wide gap; the rest of it is nearly eight hundred to a thousand
gauss. This is 500 times stronger than a barium-ferrite magnet.

Barry: And what happens when it does that to the m-state?

Jim: If the magnetic field is introduced slowly, it just slowly pins it. If it
hits it fast, itís about six feet up in the air.

Barry: So, when you take the m-state and it gets out of here, how do you catch
it again?

Jim: Um, thereís various modes. When you sit there and hit this with
consecutive pulses, it looks like gasoline boiling. It literally starts with
microfine bubbles, just billions of them at the bottom and itís a froth at the
top. And thatís what it looks like when you magnetically pump the stuff out of
a container. And then, literally, it condenses in a mu shielded, warm tube as a
grease or a clear oil.

Barry: How thick is the oil?

Jim: Quite waxy. It looks like high vac grease.

Barry: And how long does that stay around?

Jim: It evaporates. The minute you take it out of the mu shielded container, it
evaporates.

Barry: If you cap it, can you take it out of the mu shielded container?

Jim: I seriously doubt it. And you can see vapors coming off of it as it
evaporates. You can see distortions just like heat waves through the air. Quite
interesting.

When it evaporates it accumulates in specific areas. It does not just continue
to go off into space. Literally, youíll see it in a comfortable part of the
room, accumulate.

Barry: You see it and other people donít see it, right?

Jim: No, actually I think several people saw it.

Barry: Good, good; ectoplasm.

Jim: And they all said that it smelt like a spring in the hills or something.
You know how you smell all the various blossoms?

Barry: Oh yea, oh yea.

Jim: You canít i.d. one particular type but you can smell the sweetness?

Barry: Yep.

Jim: Thatís how it was described in terms of smell. And the visible part was
seen by all, especially coming off the beaker.

Barry: Did anyone else have any funny experiences?

Jim: Iím the only one that walked into a door; or a wall, as it may be.

Barry: You tried to walk through a wall?

Jim: Yes, didnít see it. I had the purple background illumination going to the
point that I was not seeing this realm as well as I was seeing some other realm
or I wasnít awake or something.

Barry: Did anyone else have any effects at all?

Jim: Definitely noticed, K noticed a distorted sense of perception. When he
went to walk and stuff, he said it was like flying on acid or something because
where he expected his feet to hit is not where it was hitting. He said he was
feeling disoriented, also light headed and said he was having ďvisual acuity
background noiseĒ, as he calls it.

Barry: Wow, okay!

Jim: Other than that, no.

Barry: Very interesting.