Star Gate Loog Book Up Date May 2010;
I'm going to try to get some pictures up on my page of the equipment that I'm using. And talk about it a little.
This is an artist drawing of the equipment that we are trying to builds. To form a worm hole. I know that you have seen this picture a thousand times before. But let me point out again a few things that you may have missed. Well we know that it is a concave mirror in the shape of a triangle. If you hold it up close to your eye. You can see your own eye in the mirror. This is what the artist was looking at when the person drew the picture.
We know that it is on top of a pyramid. It has 13 layers just like the art. But if you look at the pyramid. It's not casting a shadow. That means that the sun is right over head. High Noon. 12: 00 Why is the sun light coming from around the triangle shaped mirror? The mirror is being held up right. But it should be laying flat in top of the pyramid. Put the triangle in the right position to that the sun light and the shadow match. You have it right.
We also know what is on the inside of the pyramid. A concave mirror in the shape of a bowl. With a polished ring in between the two mirrors. Just like it tells you to do in the text books. And the Bible. 13 layers. The top mirror goes on the top layer. The ring goes at the middle layer. Layer 7. And the bottom mirror goes at the bottom layer. This is why the number 13 keeps coming up on the back of the one dollar bill.
But if you look at the lower bottom right hand corner of the pyramid. You can see what looks like a tree. But if you look closer at it. It turns out to be a broad leaf weed. Because the eye is to scale and the weed is to scale. We know how big the equipment is. Now very big. It would come up to your knee.
A triangle shaped mirror. Well I made one to see what it would do. Much to my surprise. The triangle made a shadow of a triangle. The focal point of the diffracted light has six points to it. Weird. But what is even weirder yet. The six points of light goes on to form two triangles of light. One triangle forms on the inside of the triangles shadow. The other forms at a right angle to the first. It forms a sixed pointed star. The Star of David. I think that it's a sign that I�m on the right track.
Ed the man that made the Coral Castle has a Star of David on the wall. A good clue to what Ed did. And how Ed did it. Ed knew about The Star of David. He had been there and done that. I have all ways felt that the Star of David would show up sooner or later. Now we know where it came from.
What it looks like from the bottom looking up. Use the picture above to do the look-a -like contest.
A 3/4 view
And one more shot of it.
To grow mold. You have to place the hold set up where it is mist. I'm using a 5 gallon bucket with a lid that has a seal in it. You can find them in a lot of places. Cheap too. I'm putting about 3 inches of creek or pond water in the bottom of it. Don�t uses tap water because it has chemicals in it that prevents mold from growing. Then placing the hold set up down in to the bucket and placing the lid on top of it all. The water will evaporate. And cover every thing in side of the bucket. Just what we want.
I had to make a stand to put it in the bucket. Top view.
End front view
I'm using a door hing on each stand. So that I can quick change it out with the other stand that it rest on when I shoot the film.
Side end view.
Here is a side view of the stand it rest on out side of the bucket.
The base of the cameria has a door hing on it. So does the base stand. It all fits together
Here is a picture of them together. You can see the turn buckel. That is used to adjust it up and down. Because it is on a board. You have a left and righ movement. And a up and down movement. That's how it works.
Front view. You can see the two pieces of angle iron. Tin. That I useed to get the turn buckel to work.
Door hing on the cameria bass.
The turn buckel.
Looking up from the under side. At it all.
A shot from the under side. You can see the small piece of 2x4 that holds it all together The plywood bass anvil. The lid of the uper bucket. And the four bolts that go through it all that is used for the fram work of the upper part of the stand.
A picture of the angle iron tin that the turn buckle bolts to.
Side view of the top half and the bottom half together.
I have a smaller balck bucket. That I use to cover it all. That goes on top. That's why the lid is there for. It snaps together.
Now the next four pictures show the sights. Sights just like you find on a gun. When you go to shoot the film. All the mirrors will be covered up with the top bucket. You can't see what's going on in side the bucket. When you go to set up the lens with the sun. You level up the anvil. Then put water in the bottom bowl lens. This way you will know that it is level. Take some bath room cocking gel. And put on the bottom side of the bottom bowl. If the anvil is level. And the water in the bowl is level they are both level. Let it dry. Then point it towards the sun. You will know when it is pointed towards the sun when the focal point forms in the center. You can use a flat piece of paper to check it. The next four pictures are of the sights. At the front end there is a roofing nail. It will cast a shadow in the form of a ,T , . A ,T, is as good as a cross hair. Put the roofing nail in the 2x4 .in the front. AS close to the center as you can get it. It will be fixed. You don't move it. The little board at the other end. Is where the nail will cast its shadow. Point the mirror at the sun. Look at where the crosshairs of the nail is at. Take a pen and make a point in the center of the cross hairs. Check it to make sure that it's all aliened with the sun. The put a small finishing nail where the dot is. This picture shows what it looks like from the back side.
This is what the shadow of the roofing nail looks like on the little back board
Side view of the sights. Good shot of the nail.
Same shot. Just backed a way a little
The next few pictures are of the bucket that is used for the cover the lens. It has a hole in the center of it. All cameras have a hole in them. And a shutter. This is no different. Ed's wooden box camera had a hole in the end of it. A good clue of what he was doing. So I put one on it
Bucket with hole.
For the shutter I used a thin sheet of cord board. And stuck it on with electrical tape. Works for me.
The only thing you use the shutter for is after you get it allied with the sun. You open the hole up to the sun light. The shutter stays closed all the time. Only open when shooting.
The wind kept blowing the shutter closed when shooting. So I glued a big flat washer to the end for a weight. I also put the tape hinge on the bottom side of the hole.
And the bucked snaps off and on. Well all most. I had to put some paper clips and rubber bands on the side to keep it from falling off. Why the top bucked has to come off and on is you have to take it off to put it in the 5 gallon bucket. And if you left the top bucket on all the time. The moisture couldn't get to the lens. It has to come off.