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Old 04-26-2012, 09:35 PM
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Let us re discover the principle of Mentalism:

as I was checking out a science Channel : Fresnel Lens - YouTube

the Subject of The Fresnel Lens Caught my Attention

Fresnel lens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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History

The idea of creating a thinner, lighter lens by making it with separate sections mounted in a frame is often attributed to Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon.[1] The marquis de Condorcet (17431794) proposed grinding such a lens from a single thin piece of glass.[2] French physicist and engineer Augustin-Jean Fresnel is most often given credit for the development of the multi-part lens for use in lighthouses. According to Smithsonian magazine, the first Fresnel lens was used in 1823 in the Cordouan lighthouse at the mouth of the Gironde estuary; its light could be seen from more than 20 miles (32 km) out.[3] Scottish physicist Sir David Brewster is credited with convincing the United Kingdom to adopt these lenses in their lighthouses.[4][5]


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How a Fresnel lens focuses light
If you look closer .... a 360 degrees Fresnel Lens resembles amazingly a Standing Wave :





---------------Turn the following image 90 degrees and you have the effect of a Fresnel Lens when light reaches it :



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time warp standing wave check it out ... much to be inpired by these pics

time warp standing wave pictures by MonsieurM - Photobucket




ps : we discussed standing waves here : The Golden Tractate of Hermes Trismegistus applied to electromagnetism

work of Walter ( Lea ) Russell





reduction / expansion Harmonic Math / Scientific Math ..... inhale / exhale ..... centrifugal / centripedal

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centripetal energy is the basis of life whereas centrifugal energy is the basis of decay and destruction. V. Schauberger
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