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Parabolic reflector

Anything and everything to do with concave earth theory and the glass sky, and what is wrong with the other models.

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Parabolic reflector

Postby SPACE » Sat Dec 24, 2016 6:00 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parabolic_reflector

The most common modern applications of the parabolic reflector are in satellite dishes, reflecting telescopes, radio telescopes, parabolic microphones, solar cookers, and many lighting devices such as spotlights, car headlights, PAR lamps and LED housings.

The Olympic Flame is traditionally lit at Olympia, Greece, using a parabolic reflector concentrating sunlight, and is then transported to the venue of the Games. Parabolic mirrors are one of many shapes for a burning-glass.

Parabolic reflectors are popular for use in creating optical illusions. These consist of two opposing parabolic mirrors, with an opening in the center of the top mirror. When an object is placed on the bottom mirror, the mirrors create a real image, which is a virtually identical copy of the original that appears in the opening.
The quality of the image is dependent upon the precision of the optics. Some such illusions are manufactured to tolerances of millionths of an inch.


A parabolic reflector pointing upward can be formed by rotating a reflective liquid, like mercury, around a vertical axis. This makes the liquid mirror telescope possible. The same technique is used in rotating furnaces to make solid reflectors.

Parabolic reflectors are also a popular alternative for increasing wireless signal strength. Even with simple ones, users have reported 3 dB or more gains.

It may be related to concave Earth.



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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby jalvarez4Jesus » Sun Dec 25, 2016 2:24 am

Don't think so. The only parabolic "mirror" the earth would have is the Primary Outer Glass Sphere. When the sun shines through it, it will undoubtedly have some sort of reflective effect.

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However, this reflection of the sun's light will only go back to the center of the light source -- the sun. So, concerning what a parabolic mirror from the glass sky does for us on the surface, it does nothing. Although, it may cause some kind of extra heat on the sun, so that might be something to look into.
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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby SPACE » Sun Dec 25, 2016 3:52 am

My point was about this magic trick, when creates object out of place. One object is real, another illusory. It may be related to sundogs, when seen several suns.
Also it may be related to gravity, how gravity functions in concave surface.

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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby jalvarez4Jesus » Sun Dec 25, 2016 4:36 am

SPACE wrote:My point was about this magic trick, when creates object out of place. One object is real, another illusory. It may be related to sundogs, when seen several suns.
Also it may be related to gravity, how gravity functions in concave surface.

That's the point I'm making: it WON'T create out of place objects. It will only reflect the light of the object back to itself, thus producing absolutely no visual effect to us down here.
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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby SPACE » Sun Dec 25, 2016 5:09 am

If sky is created out of glass-mirror, it would create a lot out of place objects.
Place 2 mirrors in front of each other, it creates infinite corridor effect. But this corridor is illusory, because everything ends with mirror surface. It's optical illusion.
And people often perceive illusory objects as real.
Like for example Sun high in a March in North Pole.
Did you never was in amusement park in magic mirrors room? It creates various distorted forms of your body, but you know, that your body is intact.

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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby jalvarez4Jesus » Sun Dec 25, 2016 5:18 am

You're forgetting about the secondary (inner) glass sky. Behind the sun is a secondary glass sky filled with water and the octahedron (as caught on tape and recorded by radar). In other words, there is a huge "wall" of sorts between the two mirrors, so the effect still won't happen.
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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby SPACE » Sun Dec 25, 2016 7:26 am

You mean 2nd sky beyond Uranus? It may be. Meteorites, found on Earth surface, have properties, like they're after nuclear explosion.
So how do you define horizon (from gr. ορίζοντας - that which limits) in concave Earth?

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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby jalvarez4Jesus » Sun Dec 25, 2016 8:48 am

SPACE wrote:You mean 2nd sky beyond Uranus? It may be. Meteorites, found on Earth surface, have properties, like they're after nuclear explosion.
So how do you define horizon (from gr. ορίζοντας - that which limits) in concave Earth?

I define the horizon as the VISIBLE horizon, the visible line that separates land from sky. That's what it means in plain English. Of course, the VISIBLE horizon itself is the result of the illusion of bendy light bending your perception up to the middle of the sphere. Whatever goes beyond that bent horizon line "sets". Whatever comes from it "rises"
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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby Wild Heretic » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:43 pm

SPACE wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parabolic_reflector

The most common modern applications of the parabolic reflector are in satellite dishes, reflecting telescopes, radio telescopes, parabolic microphones, solar cookers, and many lighting devices such as spotlights, car headlights, PAR lamps and LED housings.

The Olympic Flame is traditionally lit at Olympia, Greece, using a parabolic reflector concentrating sunlight, and is then transported to the venue of the Games. Parabolic mirrors are one of many shapes for a burning-glass.

Parabolic reflectors are popular for use in creating optical illusions. These consist of two opposing parabolic mirrors, with an opening in the center of the top mirror. When an object is placed on the bottom mirror, the mirrors create a real image, which is a virtually identical copy of the original that appears in the opening.
The quality of the image is dependent upon the precision of the optics. Some such illusions are manufactured to tolerances of millionths of an inch.


A parabolic reflector pointing upward can be formed by rotating a reflective liquid, like mercury, around a vertical axis. This makes the liquid mirror telescope possible. The same technique is used in rotating furnaces to make solid reflectors.

Parabolic reflectors are also a popular alternative for increasing wireless signal strength. Even with simple ones, users have reported 3 dB or more gains.

It may be related to concave Earth.


I think that is part of the evidence on how cosmic background radiation is formed like we are inside a giant microwave oven. The radio and microwaves getting reflected back to the center of the earth cavity and out again etc. to form the microwave soup we are in. I wonder if the glass helps prevent some of it from hitting the earth?

It also ties in with that idea of gravity being a narrow bandwidth around the upper microwave and lower infrared spectrum emanating from the sun. Maybe that frequency is the resonant frequency that the sun starts and the earth cavity forms to that constant resonance? Maybe gravity is just the pressure of this microwave soup? Or maybe not.
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Re: Parabolic reflector

Postby SPACE » Tue Jan 10, 2017 9:29 pm

Hm, today I became bigger believer in concave earth.
Term also used in astronomy 'hyaline' - means crystal clear. From gr.
glass - ύαλος

vitrics - ύαλινος


ether - αιθέρας

It may explain vacuum:

aether, quintessence, upper air, sky - αιθήρ


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