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Doc 05

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It means that nobody else can make a fully functioning HDR, except for Steven Gibbs...Gibbs HDR`s are supposed to be imbued with his previous "time-travelling psychic signature" that gets embedded within all the HDR`s that only he builds...

Gibbs allegedly developed his psychic signature due to something similar to the original Tesla Time-Travelling Mapping Device, The Zero Time Generator, that was used in the first Philadelphia Experiment in August 1943, and was carried in all the other ships that later travelled through time..
Where did you hear that "craziness"; imprinting objects with intent is one thing, what your talking is next level.

And that's only IF you believe the Philadelphia Experiment was about time travel and Not the degaussing of ships to make them "invisible" to nazi magnetic mines.

Anyone can build an HDR; the "safeguards" Gibbs used was to hopefully protect the user from "other-worldly" harm.

On the other hand; anyone can paint a Picasso, but an original is worth more.
Depends on what your looking for.
 

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I've heard a couple of times over the years that Gibbs made the best HDRs.

But that only his actually function properly? Hmm I Don't think I've heard that before. Or I don't remember at all.
 

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I've heard a couple of times over the years that Gibbs made the best HDRs.

But that only his actually function properly? Hmm I Don't think I've heard that before. Or I don't remember at all.

Perhaps because most people would cut corners on the build. I believe a perfect replica would function the same, unless there is a good reason to think otherwise. It should be a science!
 

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Where did you hear that "craziness"; imprinting objects with intent is one thing, what your talking is next level.

And that's only IF you believe the Philadelphia Experiment was about time travel and Not the degaussing of ships to make them "invisible" to nazi magnetic mines.

Anyone can build an HDR; the "safeguards" Gibbs used was to hopefully protect the user from "other-worldly" harm.

On the other hand; anyone can paint a Picasso, but an original is worth more.
Depends on what your looking for.
Thank you for the reply....One of Gibbs advocates, the so called book writer Patricia Ress, even writes about the "scaled down versionof the Philadelphia Experiment", to describe Gibbs HDR in one of her useless, uninformative, and derided "books"..Thats actually meant to promote one of Gibbs books..

In a forward to one of her "books", Ress even describes the ship used in the Philadelphia Experiment, as a Battleship, where she should have put it was a Destroyer Escort Ship, so much for her inept research...At no time did Gibbs imho, ever talk down Ress and her writings about the Philadelphia Experiment as being inaccurate, he was happy to allow the error Ress made, to continue..

The only reason why the degaussing of ships came about and wires going around all of the ships, was to protect them from the German magnetic mines...However, in 1943 it was discovered that wires were no longer needed outside OR even inside to be protected from those magnetic mines..

There was a new process called "wiping", whereby ships would be removed of their "magnetic influence" (Degaussed) in dock and never needed wiring wrapped around the ships anymore...Interestingly enough, the term De-Gaussing only came into being solely from World War 2 and the protection used against those German magnetic Mines..

When myself and other people who used personal analogue tape recordings in the 1950s, 60, 70s, 80s, and 90s, we had available Degaussing devices to remove excess magnetism from the tape recorders playback heads, that resulted in sound distortion...

Then along came Digital recording!!...I still however have my "cassette de-gauser"( Now Known as a Electronic Tape Head Demagnetiser) and my Tascam Cassette Recording Machine, both are shown :)..
 

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Doc 05

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Thank you for the reply....One of Gibbs advocates, the so called book writer Patricia Ress, even writes about the "scaled down versionof the Philadelphia Experiment", to describe Gibbs HDR in one of her useless, uninformative, and derided "books"..Thats actually meant to promote one of Gibbs books..

In a forward to one of her "books", Ress even describes the ship used in the Philadelphia Experiment, as a Battleship, where she should have put it was a Destroyer Escort Ship, so much for her inept research...At no time did Gibbs imho, ever talk down Ress and her writings about the Philadelphia Experiment as being inaccurate, he was happy to allow the error Ress made, to continue..

The only reason why the degaussing of ships came about and wires going around all of the ships, was to protect them from the German magnetic mines...However, in 1943 it was discovered that wires were no longer needed outside OR even inside to be protected from those magnetic mines..

There was a new process called "wiping", whereby ships would be removed of their "magnetic influence" (Degaussed) in dock and never needed wiring wrapped around the ships anymore...Interestingly enough, the term De-Gaussing only came into being solely from World War 2 and the protection used against those German magnetic Mines..

When myself and other people who used personal analogue tape recordings in the 1950s, 60, 70s, 80s, and 90s, we had available Degaussing devices to remove excess magnetism from the tape recorders playback heads, that resulted in sound distortion...

Then along came Digital recording!!...I still however have my "cassette de-gauser"( Now Known as a Electronic Tape Head Demagnetiser) and my Tascam Cassette Recording Machine, both are shown :)..
Thanks for the information.
BTW, my father (as a young man) monitored and reported ships scheduled to be "wiped" at the Norfolk Naval Yard in Virginia, 1943-44, prior to him going to the Pacific theater for the planned invasion of Japan.
 

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Sooo does anyone have one of Gibbs for sale?
Patience, wait on Gibbs sister to come through.
I now have enough information for her to follow up on,
she said she would contact me in about one week.
First thing is to empty the PO Box.
p.s. they lived some distance apart.
 

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Thanks for the information.
BTW, my father (as a young man) monitored and reported ships scheduled to be "wiped" at the Norfolk Naval Yard in Virginia, 1943-44, prior to him going to the Pacific theater for the planned invasion of Japan.
I never knew the Germans dropped magnetic mines into the Pacific ocean, because the Japanese navy was also there fighting the American navy in 1944 :unsure:...The Americans planned to invade Japan early in 1945, but discovered they would need over 2 million soldiers to do the job...So instead of losing even more American soldiers, two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan..
 

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