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Fugitive Energy and Interdimensional Distortion
Lens: DA 10-17 Camera: K20D Photo Location: Hyperspace 
Posted By: Sailor, 08-04-2010, 10:22 AM

Although I'm an experimentalist, I've harbored an intense interest in the relationship between fugitive energy (FE) and hyperspatial distortion and curvature. Fugitive energy is defined by the well known equation:

FE =10(Km) - 17(Kx)

where Km and Kx are quantum values subject to Heisenberg's uncertainty principle; thus, only one value can be defined in a given matrix - a situation that causes much anguish amongst theoreticians. Consequently, a couple of nights ago I cobbled together an FE generator and measured curvature for myself. In order to limit collateral damage, we tested the device from the boat and away from a major population area.

The experiment succeeded admirably and I plan to publish in Nature or Science. While I have yet to write the manuscript, I've assembled four figures that verify the experimental evidence for the relationship between FE and interdimensional curvature.

Next I plan to explore the Bud effect.

Jer

Fig. 1 Entering the distortional flux.



Fig. 2 Curvature approaches maximum value.



Fig. 3 Dimensional interface complete.



Fig. 4 Returning to sidereal universe.


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Are you sure FE didn't stand for fisheye here?

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Further investigation.

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Next I plan to explore the Bud effect.
Oh, yeah! 'bout three Bud's 'll undoubtedly change the whole equation for the better.

Nice shots.

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Great shots Jer I understood everything up to the phrase "Although I'm a" Looking forward to the Bud effect !!

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Now that is just too weird. Feels like one might fall off the earth. JIM
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Are you sure FE didn't stand for fisheye here?
There may be something a bit fishy about the equation - but, hey, blame the theoreticians.

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Oh, yeah! 'bout three Bud's 'll undoubtedly change the whole equation for the better.

Nice shots.

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Thanks much - sounds like you're also an experimentalist!

Jer

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Great shots Jer I understood everything up to the phrase "Although I'm a" Looking forward to the Bud effect !!
Hey man, thanks. Yeah the Bud effect doubtless will alter the results - a further chance to publish!

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Now that is just too weird. Feels like one might fall off the earth. JIM
Hey, buddy - "weird" is a basic constituent of interspatial distortion and is represented by Km. It does give a spooky look.

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Fantastic angles, Jer! Love them, they suit well to the subject, boat in a wide open ocean!

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Fantastic angles, Jer! Love them, they suit well to the subject, boat in a wide open ocean!
Georg - thanks much.

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You've had this lens for many years you say?

Why would you want to share these with anyone? In three of these photos, no less than 50% of the content is disgustingly green water. When I see images like these, I assume they were taken by accident, or to test whether the camera was working.
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You've had this lens for many years you say?

Why would you want to share these with anyone? In three of these photos, no less than 50% of the content is disgustingly green water. When I see images like these, I assume they were taken by accident, or to test whether the camera was working.
The interdimensional distortion does funny things to the mind - whether it's mine or yours can't be determined owing to that gosh darned Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

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Just great Jer. Love that sense of humor! Once you better understood the Bud effect you might consider to re-write the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"!
Thanks for posting
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Nice Jer - enjoyed the commentary, too.

Might I suggest, after you explore the Bud Effect, you examine the Macallan/Rankin Principle?

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Just great Jer. Love that sense of humor! Once you better understood the Bud effect you might consider to re-write the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"!
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Hey thanks - glad you got a kick out of this silly post. I still have to do some experimentation around the Bud effect, but once that important work is complete, I might turn my attention to the Galaxy.

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Nice Jer - enjoyed the commentary, too.

Might I suggest, after you explore the Bud Effect, you examine the Macallan/Rankin Principle?

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Thanks much - I looked at the website and fully agree; the Macallan/Rankin Principle could open up totally new fundamental viewpoints of the universe.

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