Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Steven Gibbs sister saw my website

It so happens that Steven Gibbs sister saw my website and printed it out and gave it to Steven Gibbs. A suggestion was made that I add to my website information on how to use a common inexpensive portable transistor radio to find a vortex. This way people can find a vortex without spending a lot of money.

According to Steven Gibbs even your car's AM radio can be used to find a vortex. You simply drive around to a "mystery spot" where the radio cuts out the station and you hear loud buzzing static. A magnetic vortex is supposed to interfere with radio transmission. Any area of radio silence is a candidate for a vortex.

Personally, I prefer to use an EMF detector for the HDR, the cell sensor being my favorite. Other people use the TRI-FIELD which is more expensive and claim good results in locating a magnetic anomaly, but I prefer the $19.95 cell sensor which can also be used to detect harmful radiation coming from your cell phone.

In the next few days I will create the page:
Using a radio to find a vortex or gridpoint.

Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Sometimes what I see when using Steven Gibbs HDR is odd. The sky is wrong. Puffy cottonball cumulus clouds are too symetrical and perfect. Not pure white, but a light fragile pastel pink. These puffs possess an unhealthy eerie computery feel. Far too perfect and ordered to be real like a washed out painting. Sparkly like ice crystals, but fleecy and with silvery undersides. Like they aint real but are counterfeit clouds. Standing against a bright blue sky with hints of purple in it. These vaporous misty milky gossamer thin veil of rainclouds seem sinister. They seem strikingly strange and ethereal as if lacking substance like a thin watery overdiluted watercolor.

Monday, May 23, 2005

CarlosX.com website about time travel hacked

Hackers from the nortorious "Command Tribulation" a self styled cyber crusaders hacked the time travel site CarlosX.com which had videos and pictures of various devices built by Steven L. Gibbs.

It is difficult to say what these hackers have against CarlosX, Steven Gibbs, or time travel. Maybe the very concept of time travel bothers these social outcasts.

The hackers totally destroyed the site and even the back-up site. I do not know when CarlosX.com will be back up -- if ever. It is a sad day when hackers start to attack controversial material such as time travel.

I wonder who is taking down all the time travel sites?

Friday, May 20, 2005

Hyper Dimensional Resonator to 2095

Steven Gibbs Called me and told me that a man from Yogoslavia had used the Hyper Dimensional Resonator / HDR to travel to 2095 and the 1400's. He said the man told him that the time travel was physical. The man wants to go to Kansas to meet Steven Gibbs in person and tell him what happened. Steven Gibbs was very happy that his customer had success using the Hyper Dimensional Resonator, but said that the communication was difficult and that the man was in 2095 for only a few hours.

Stay tuned for more reports from people using the HDR to time travel.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

HDR electromagnet video

I did a test of the pulling strength of the HDR electromagnet. It is less powerful than the barium oxide bar magnet, but it can still pull a fork.

The HDR electromagnet attracts iron and can lift about 5-10 nails or about 20 bb pellets. this gives a person an index of how strong the HDR electromagnet is.

Steven Gibbs called me yesterday to tell me that he will probably be going on another radio interview in July. This interview is about Steven Gibbs Hyper Dimensional Resonator and its use by people wishing to time travel.