The home made film that we are going to use is home made. That's right. Your going to mix it up right there in the kitchen sink. Make it from scratch. This film is the same as that used in any camera. But this film is some how different. It's the same as all other film. but different. What makes this film so different, is that the elements in the film is made from mole. Mill dew. You have to grow mold. And it's not the mold that we are after. It's the spores of mold. Spores are space shielding. And what we are trying to do is form a hologram. A hologram of a negative lens that is formed when space passes through a aperture. (hole) When light that passes through a hole in the middle of a flat mirror. It functions as a negative lens. But if we are using space ( that's the light that rest between objects that has mass) We want to form a hologram of the membranes that make up the geometrical shape of a negative lens made by a hole. The flat mirror is space shielding. The flat mirror is space shielding. The concave mirror that we are going to coat with the film. Is also space shielding. The spores that the film is made of is space shielding. And oh yes, we are going to use light that has mass. Space. To burn the film with. Sunlight. All sunlight has ultraviolet light mixed up in it. Ultraviolet light kills mold. We have to use ultraviolet light found in sun light to burn the pattern of the hologram of the negative lens made by the hole in the flat mirror. How much mass will this negative lens be composed of? All of it. All the atoms of the sun and all of the atoms of all of the stars that rest right behind the sun. All of the electrons of a hole universe. All of the mass of all the electrons that are in any given point of space that rest before you. In order for the universe to have gravity. They are there. You just can't see or detect them. Because the stars are there. There are just as many stars above you as there are stare below you. and if you drew a straight line between all the stars in the universe. You will find that all of those will form a point. In any point of space that rest before you. Just because you can't see the stars in the day time. Is no indication that they are not there. Trust me . There there. Making a hologram. Is like taking a snap shot of the universe. The membrane of your hologram has the information of every electron in every atom in the sky around you . Lock up inside of it. The same amount of mass that a hole universe has in it. The negative lens may look like a negative lens. But when a negative lens has that much mass. You don't call it a negative lens any more. You call it a wormhole. Worm holes have enough mass that they can rip atoms apart. It produces a photon. They glow in the dark. Light in the form of a tube. Want to see a picture of one. http://www.ufolab.info/DNA-Lights-Main.htm Go here and you can see a lot. lot. lot. Of light in the form of a tube. Worm holes. Who's doing this? Who do you thing?
Coating the concave mirror with the film is a art form with in it's self. It has to be applied as very small droplets. Sprinkled. Sprinkled on with a tooth brush. If you brush the tooth brush with your finger. It will spit out fine droplets of the film. Kind of like spray painting. Caveman style. I tried spray painting. It didn't work. But after I tell you about why sprinkling works and what any other form of application does not. Then right a way you will know why it is sprinkled as apposed to any other kind of application. Sprinkling work because of about five things it will do for you. It sticks. It doesn't bead up and form empty spots. It doesn't form runs. It helps to prevent shrinkage. If the film shrinks. The pattern in the hologram becomes distorted and will not work. You have to get a thin even film with out any bold spots. If the film runs . the spores will move from places where they should be. To places where they shouldn't be. To many spores in all the wrong places will distort the pattern that we are trying to form . And the hologram will not work. Several dry coats is how they got the film on the mirror. over seven days. I was just as shocked as every one else when I found this out. But when you think about it a little. It makes a lot of sense. It works. The bets part about is. It's cheep to. And any one can do it. You can get some practice in . If after you get don brushing your teeth in the morning. If you strike your brush on the side of the sink about three times. Then point it at the mirror above the sink. Then stroke the bristles with your finger. So that the moisture left in the tooth brush will flick droplets on the mirror. The whiteness of the tooth past makes the droplets easier to see. In no time at all you will have the hang of things.
This page is about the in's and out's of growing mill dew. Mold. Fungi. The cultivation of fungi. I'm not going to talk about all there is to know about growing mold. But. Before I'm through ,it may seem like it. Just enough about the subject to get the hologram to work. Just enough to keep you out of trouble. Just enough to get you out of trouble. Just in case you are doing some thing wrong. You will be able to find your mistake. But know about the life cycle of mold will help you understand why the daily routine is the way that it is.
Mold is a fungi. All fungi produce spores. Spores is what we are after. Growing mold is how we get them. Well, where do you get this mold stuff and what does it look like. How much does it cost? I get mine for free. Shower mold. You find it in the shower. Now all you have to do is find the shower. It's that black dull looking stuff growing between the cracks of the tiles of the shower. It can also be found on the dark side of your house or building. Drain pipes. On the under sides of rocks and boards. This mold stuff is every where. If you look in the ice box. The food that has gone bad. Will have this flat or dull black mold on it. It can be seen with the necked eye ball. What you are seeing is not one mold but many small molds. Thousands of them. You don't want the pink are green looking stuff. or slimy shine, looking stuff. Only the dull black Mold. Take a plastic spoon and scoop some of it up. And put in a zip lock. Sandwich bag. But when you take a simple. You will also be picking up other forms of mold and stuff as well. It is imposable to take a sample from the wild. And only get mill dew. You have to sperate the good mold. ( mill dew ) from all that other bad stuff, every thing else. Isolation. Why I say every thing else. You have in your sample, bacteria, other types of mold, fungi, yeasts and viruses. All mixed up in that one sample. You probable have at least one of every known microorganism under the sun. To get mill dew and only mill dew. You have to weed out the bad stuff. You have to have a way to sperate the mill dew from all of the other microorganism in the sample. There is a way to do this. If you don't do this the other microorganism will overgrow the mill due. Just like weeds in your garden. The weeds will choke out the good plaints. And the end results is . Your wormhole will not form because you were unable to form a pure strain of mill dew and grow only mill dew. In order to this you have to take it back to your lab. And grow it in the lab. If you can get your hands on a good collage level book on Microbiology 101. It will help you study up on the thing you need to know about. Try the used book store. I'm using my old collage book that I have had for twenty years now. Still works great.
They call this process " The technique for isolation of pure mold cultures." The technique that works best is called the streak-plate technique. Which is a very simple process if you under stand how it works.
You will need to round up some equipment. And learn a few new techniques. You need about five petri dishes with solidified agar. This can be hard to find. You can do the same thing with thin slices of potatoes. Buy a five pound bag of those big long potatoes. What you don't use. You can always cook and eat later. You will need a long sharp knife. You will need a large pot of boiling water. Some old large mouth jars. Pickle jars. Peanut jars. Butter tubs. Some kind of container with a lid. The mold has to have access to air. Put some holes in the lid. And stick cotton in them. You probably have lots of this stuff already. Just go dig it out. A large , long spoon. You will need a open flame. I have a gas stove. I use the flame from one of the burners on top of the stove. You will need to make two wire loops. This is nothing more than a wooden handle with a piece of wire sticking out one end. One is a real wire loop. The wire has a " U " bent into the end of it. And the other is just a straight piece of wire. You need the wire to pick up a sample of mole and smear it out. Of course it is wire. And if you heat one end the other end gets hot. To keep from burning your fingers. Stick the wire into a piece of wood. Make a handle for the wire out of wood. One wire will have a small loop ( " U " )at the end. It makes it simpler to pick up your sample. The second wire is a straight piece of wire. You can round it on the end a little. You want a wire with a small tip to use after you take your first sample. Because mold is territorial. This means that in the center of where the mold is growing. It has weed out most of all the other microorganisms. This means that if you use a wire with a small tip. and place the tip in the center of the growth of mold. There is a good chance that when you pull it out. It will have only spores from the mold. Get out a large pot. And fill it with water. Put it in the stove and bring it up to a boil. Take a large potato. And wash it good on the out side. Put your large mouth jar and your knife in the boiling water for about ten minuets. Take some paper towels and put them in the microwave. for about three minutes. Place the paper towels on the table. Take the jar and the knife out of the boiling and place then on the paper towels. Wash your hands good. Long time. Take a spoon and place the potato in the boiling water for about three minutes. Take the potato out of the water. Let it cool on the paper towels. Then cut some long thin slices out of the potato. Sterilization If you can't get this part right. All is lost. Sterilization. Sterilization. Sterilization. Sterilization is the name of the game that we play. If you can't win at the game of sterilization. Your not going to win at the game of forming wormholes. It's that simple. If you will allow your mold culture to be come contaminated with other microorganisms. They will over grow your mill dew. And choke the life out of your mill dew. No mill dew = no spores= no hologram = no wormhole. Take your wild sample of mildew and open up the baggy. Take the loop wire and heat it over the flame of the stove. till it's red hot. Let it cool. Never touch the wire with your finger. It will burn you. Never touch the wire after it cools. You will contaminate the wire. Take the cooled wire loop and stick it into the center of the mold. All you have to do is touch it. The wire loop will have mold spores on it. Then take your slice of potato. and run the wire loop back and forth across of the potato. Reheat the wire. cool it . and cross the patter on the potato. Do this three times. All that you are doing. Is spreading out the sample of mold spores. The end results that wee are looking for is one spore to every inch of line that you are drawing on the potato. Take the potato slice and put it in the jar. put the lid with cotton in it and put it in some dark moist worm place. Let it sit there for about a week. Take it out and look at it. There will be black mold growing on the potato. But there will be other things growing there to. Find a place where there is only black mold growing on the potato. And repeat the above process. You may have to do this four or five times. The last time that you do this .There shouldn't be any thing growing on the potato but black flat mold. This is where you will go to get your sample for your film. If you let it dry out. The sample will keep for a long time. This is the isolated sample of mildew that you will use to inoculate the film with. Your manna.
The four types of microorganisms that you have to weary about are viruses, bacteria. yeast and mold. Viruses have to have cells in order to reproduce. Get read of any cells in your film. There will be no viruses. That leaves bacteria, yeast, and other forms of mold. There are some kind of chemical that you can add to the film that will kill bacteria. But if you sterilize your film. Boil it in a pressure cooker. You can kill all Microorganism in the film. Yon if you introduce a isolated pure strain of mill dew spores to the film. the only thing found growing there will be mill dew. Just what we want. Yeast is your biggest problem. Yeast's growth rate is about ten times the growth rate of mill dew. If you have yeast and mill dew in the same mixture. Yeast will always win out in the end. The same thing that will kill yeast will kill mill dew. The same kind of conditions need for growing mill dew is the same for yeast. If you get so much a one live spore of yeast in your film. You can kiss it good by. Yeast spore divide every twenty seconds. 1-2-4-8-16 etc. I was told ounce that if one yeast spore had the right conditions the right food and room to grow. in as little as only a few days. It would cover the hole earth with a one inch thick layer of yeast spores. This why you can't eat any thing that has spores in for a week before you stare to work. or any time when you are working. If you have a dough- nut for breakfast. Then go breath on your film. It will have yeast growing on it. Beer, wine, yogurt, dough- nuts, pastries, yeast bread, athlete's foot, ring worm, jock itch. yeast infections. bad breath. This is why it says in the Bible that you can eat no leavened bread. or have any leavened around the house for seven days. Before you start. The only tools you have to fight yeast spores with. is sterilization. The use of isolation of a pure strain of mill dew. And good sterile lab techniques. Your lab in the house has to be clean and sterile. Just like in the operating room at the hospital. A good microbiology lab has to be just as clean and sterile. The equipment has to be sterile. Your clothing has to be sterile. you have to be clean. Take a good long shower. Don't for get to wash your hands. 9 times. Ware a cover over your head. Ware a face mask. But when your work takes you from the house to out doors where the ark is, You still have to keep every thing clean and sterile. I'll give you some pointers on how to do this. With the film. The big problem is sterilization. With shooting the film. It's no movement. No vibrations. No gathering of wood. Please. No boom boxes either.
What makes isolation work is a process called dilution. This means that if you had one mold spore that can be found on one square inch of paper. You would have one spore per square inch. But if you had a piece of paper that was 100 square inches big. then the ratio would be one part or spore per 100 square inch. One part in 100. one part in 1000.ect.ect. They say streak. But what they should be saying is smear. They take a very small simple on the tip of a wire loop. and smear it out over , lets just say 100 inches. They draw a line that is 100 inches long. At the beginning of the line. The line may have 1000 spores per inch. At the half way mark. Because as the loop travels down the line. It is loosing spores. Or laying down a line of spores. You could say that it's running out of ink. But what is happening is it's running out of spores. At the half way mark. It will be putting down 100 spores per inch. By the time you get to the end. You may be putting down 5 or two spores per inch. when you grow the spores that you have spread out. you will find that at the beginning. the mold will be a solid line. At the half way mark. there will be blank spaces in the line. But at the end. There will be a dot of mold hear and a dot of mold there. Because your sample has other microorganisms in it. You can see where the black mold is and where the other microorganisms are. A petri dish is a small round dish. You can get a very long line in the small dish if you fold up your line. You draw a zig- zag line as you go down the dish. You can speed up the dilution process if you zigzag the line only half way down the dish. Burn the tip of your loop of wire to kill every thing that is on it. Then take the sterile loop and pull it across the other lines that are there . to out in the open. then do an other zig- zag line. But you zigzag in one fourth of the dish. then repeat the process again in the last quarter. At the beginning there may be 1,000,000 microorganisms per inch And at the end you will there will be three or four microorganisms per inch. or one mill dew spore per ever five inches. You have smeared out the number of microorganisms to the point you have separated them. The microorganisms are now isolated from one an other. You have diluted mill dew to one part in five inches. Sterile your wire with fire. Then take a new sample from the middle of one of the black dot of mold growing at the end of the line. Take that sample to a new petri dish and repeat the process. You have to keep repeating this process till at the end the only thing that is growing in you petri dish is mill dew mold. Mill dew and only mill dew. Pure mill dew.
Now that you have your starter sample of mill dew. We need to talk about the film. They used one of two types of film. One was blood. But it wasn't red blood. What other kind of blood is there. Clear blood. Blood plasma. the water part of blood. With no blood cells. No cells = no viruses. Viruses have to have cells in order to reproduce. Blood plasma has the a ph factor of 7.3 The best ph factor for growing mold is 5.6. grape juice has a Ph factor of around 3.0.est. So blood with that just right hint of grape juice will give you a ph factor of 5.6. Blood plasma has all the food and minerals to grow mill dew like no other. But there is this other thing that blood plasma can do. When it dries. It becomes hard. Scabs dry hard. Just like a piece of plastic. Just like a piece of film. Get it? Film. The other stuff that they used is milk. White milk. No not that kind of milk. The milk that is clear. Whey. The clear part of milk. The water part of milk. It to has no cells. Is great food for growing mill dew and dries hard like plastic. But milk has a ph factor of 6.6 The amount of grape juice that you mix with blood would be deferent with milk. You are going to need some ph strips. To test the ph factor of your mixture. You can get some ph strips at the drug store. If they don't have the right hind . they can order them for you.
In the Bible it says that they used strong wine. This is not grape juices that has yeast growing in it. It is grape juice that has mill dew growing in it. If there is any yeast of any kind in the grape juice. The yeast will out grow the mill dew. and things want work. You will have to take the grape juice and put it in a pressure cooker. And heat it to about 230 degrees. Let cool. Then put in your seed mill dew. Mill dew will not grow in a liquid. It has to have air. If you buy a fish tank air supply. and blow air bobbles in it . It will grow. Or if you shake it ever so often. Or spray it up in to the air. If you can find some way of putting fresh air into the liquid. It will grow mill dew. But when it comes time to mix the grape juice with the other stuff. You don't want the mold . You only want grape juice that has the spores of the mill dew in it. How do you do this ? You take a coffee filter. Cook it in the microwave oven for three minutes. then run the grape juice with mill dew mold growing in it through the coffee filter. And what comes out on the other side is grape juice and the spores of mill dew. Cook your whet or plasma and sterilize it. mix the two to gather to the right ph factor. And your ready to put on your first coat on the concave mirror. On the second day when you get read to put the second coat on the concave mirror. You have to have the right ph grape juice x plasma mixture. But it doesn't have to have any mill dew spores in it because the first coat of film is where the spores come from. What I'm trying to say is because the other six coats don't have to have spores in them. You can mix up a big batch of mixture. and can it in six deferent pint size jars and heat treat it and put it in the ice box. And then all you have to do each day is open up a new can of whop ass. And your ready to go. May be you could bottle the stuff and sell it on e-bay. Doing it this way would makes life much simpler. I all ways wanted to know what is was that they put in the gas tanks of those UFO that made them fly so good. Now we know.
Incubation. Now we have the first coat of film on the mirror. How do we get the mold to grow. It has to be dark. There has to be moisture. There has to heat. The best tempter for growing mold is around 72 degrees. Where does the water part come from? Dew. Steam. The old ones did this in the spring and in the fall. You don't want the mold to grow when your not burning the film. In the day time it has to be around 72 degrees. But at night it has to be around 40 degrees. The cold night don't kill the mold . But it does slow it down it's growth rate. Warm days and cool night. The same time of the year that you go mushroom hunting is also the best time to make your worm hole. If you don't do it at this time of year. " In it's due season" You will have to make things cool at night. and worm in the day time. If the air is to dry for dew. You will have to make your on dew. Steam. Cool steam?
Now we know enough about what we are trying to do. We can start setting up our daily time line. We have got the ark built. and all of the equipment ready . Cleaned and sterilized. The day before we shoot the film for the first time. Late in the evening. 2 pm. When it is worm and dry. Dark inside of the tent. We put on the first coat. It has to dry in order for it to stick to the concave mirror. But to get the mold to start to grow . We have to get some dew water on the film 11 pm. It has to grow till about 9am. this is the time we start the burn. By Noon. the film is to dry to grow mold. We stop shooting at 3 pm. The film is dry. We make things dark. Coat the mirror again. Let dry till midnight. Bring the moisture back up again. It is cold so the mold will not grow very much till the tempter comes back up. about day light. The mold grows for three hours. not enough time for it to produce mold spores But before it has time to form spores. We start the burn again at 9am. Killing the mold in all of the right places. We burn the film till 2 pm. and then start the hole process over again. Do the same process for seven day. And if we have did every thing right the worm hole should form.
To help get your daily routine down pat. What you need to know about is the mold growth curve. Which is nothing more than the life cycle of the mold you are trying to grow. And the tool that we use to study the growth curve is the lag phase of growth. There are four parts to the lag phase of growth. Lag phase, log growth phase, maximum stationary phase, and log death phase. The log growth phase is based on the number of live mold in your growth, and the time in which the numbers change. The first phase is the lag phase. This is where you transfer the mold sample to the food source in the incubator. For about the first four hours. The numbers of the live mold stay the about the same. The mold is adjusting to it's new environment. Which all kinds of weird things are happen. But after this takes place. Then cell division begins. The next phase is the log growth phase. Which is called the logarithmic phase. There is a acceleration in the rate of growth and in turn the numbers of the live mold go's through the roof. Which takes about four hours. Which brings us to the Maximum stationary phase. This is where the numbers of live mold levels off. The growth and the death are the same. One of the factors of what that numbers will be. is the room in which the mold has to grow in. It's called growing room. The live mold will stay at that number for about 12 hours. Then the mold enters the Log death phase. The dead mold numbers out numbers the growing mold. The numbers of the live mold will then start to drop. The mold is dieing off. Which will take about an other 12 hours. The number of live mold will go to almost zero. This is what happens when we grow live mold in the lab. But. There are two very big factors that regulates the growth of live mold in the wild. temperature and moisture. The temperature is right only for a short time. And the moisture is there only for a short of time. Condition are right for growing live mold for only a short time. The moisture comes as dew at night. And is gone by noon. The temperature doesn't reach 70 degrees till about 8 am in the morning. The temperature and moisture factors over lap each other from 8 am till about 11 am. But there is this other factor. Sun light. The killing effect of the ultraviolet light found in sun light. The wavelengths for killing mold are found in the ranges of 290 to 220 nm;. The most effective radiation is 253.7 nm. The light from the sun is not in the most effective ranges for killing mold. But it will kill mold. The sun doesn't get high enough in the sky till about 9 am. So the sweet spot is between 9am and 11 am. This is the time when the live mold on your mirror. is at it's peak growth rate. this is the time in which you want to burn the film. This is also the time when the mold is just starting to die out due to the moisture is baking off. This is also the time when the mold has to produce the spores. for the next crop. of mold. You have to put a new thing of film on the mirror every afternoon to give the mold new growing room. So what you are doing during the day. Has a lot to do with the life cycle of wild mold.
But it don't stop there . There are things going on a night as well. In the afternoon when the film is to dry to grow the mold . When the film is dry. This is when you put on the next coat of film. It has to be done early enough in the evening in order to let the new coat to dry. If it doesn't dry. it want stick to the mirror. It has to be a dry coat. This means you can't put to much film down. or it will run. If the film runs. It will carry mold spores in to places where we don't want spores to be. How U.V. light kills mold is it does damage to it's DNA. They have found out about some thing called reactivation of ultraviolet-treated mold. If you expose the treated mold to in direct sun light. The DNA will repair it's self. So you have to keep it in the dark. Then they found out that by putting the mold in the dark "Dark reactivation" will occur. To prevent dark reactivation they had to put the mold in the cold. This is why they all ways did this in the time of the year when the weather was right cold moist nights. And sunny worm days. In the spring and in the fall. The same time of the year that you go mushroom hunting for wild mushrooms. This is the time of the year that is right growing mushrooms. It is also the best time of the year for growing mill dew. " In it's due season." Timing is every thing.
12/16/06 To get the ark to form a wormhole. You have to know how they coated the film on the mirror. There are probably four or five reasons why they did it this way in stead of doing it some other way. Hear are a few. (1) the film they use for making holograms is thicker that regular film. Mold has to have access to the air. No air = no mold. By building up the thickness of the film at one thin coat at a time. The mold will grow.(2) If the film of a hologram shrink. The hologram will not form. It also has to be able to stick to the mirror and you can't let the film bead up like water does on your waxed car. But at the same time the film can't be allow to form runs. Mold doesn't have the ability to move from one place to the other. It has to have some other kind of locomotion. It has to be carried by the wind, water. etc. etc. The film is like water. If the film runs. The mold moves. We don't want the mold. The spores of the mold to move. If the spore move from where they are supposed to be to places where they shouldn't . the hologram will not form. You have to use a tooth brush. And sprinkle little bitty droplets of film on the mirror at a time. Much like spray painting. Caveman style. If you dip the tooth brush ( the tooth brush has to be a new tooth brush. If you use a old brush that you use to brush your teeth with. Tooth past has chemical in it that will kill mole. Use an old tooth brush. The mold dies.) You have to apply a dry coat. All that is. Is a coat that real thin looks flat. If the coat your putting on looks shinny. It's to thick. Painters call this kind of coat a dry coat or a blue coat. Or a first down coat. You dip the tooth brush in to the liquid film. Tap the tooth brush on the edge of some thing to reduce the amount of film that in the brush. Then use your finger to stroke the bristles of the brush to make the brush sprinkle off in droplets of film. A mist. The first coat has mill due spores in it. But after the first coat very coat after that It's just film with out any spores in it. A fresh coat has to be put on every day for seven day. Then you wait. And see what it's going to do. It might form after seven days. You may have to wait for two weeks. It's like waiting for it to rain. No one knows when it will come.