Opening A Real Dimensional Portals With Audio Frequency


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I thought it might be useful for our other members who read all our postings, if i gave a short explanation on resonance :)..
If I had enough time to read everybody's postings, then I would have already built a time machine by now :D.
 
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About 25 years ago, I had a friend who tried this experiment, it actually worked. He opened a portal to an unknown area, it appeared to be a room on the other side of the portal. He was very frightened and to test it, that what he was seeing was real. He decided to throw a broom that was nearby. He picked the broom up and through it through the portal, it went right through the portal and landed in the room on the floor on the other side of the portal. This also made him very scared as to what he had done. He then quickly shut his equipment down, the portal slowly closed and disappeared and he also noted there was a delay of the portal closing which was extremely slowly.

He was using an audio transducer driven and a few watts of audio power, in the audio range of human hearing. He never told me the audio frequencies he was using or the type of amplifier or transducer used. He said, “you never know what will come through the portal and escape into his world”
intresting similiar to another experiment done by someone else on the internet and he used some speakers and phocused the sound from them in a direction there was a white flash but in the slowed video an arm was seen sticking out of it and other strange things
 

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intresting similiar to another experiment done by someone else on the internet and he used some speakers and phocused the sound from them in a direction there was a white flash but in the slowed video an arm was seen sticking out of it and other strange things
Do you have a link?
 
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About 25 years ago, I had a friend who tried this experiment, it actually worked. He opened a portal to an unknown area, it appeared to be a room on the other side of the portal. He was very frightened and to test it, that what he was seeing was real. He decided to throw a broom that was nearby. He picked the broom up and through it through the portal, it went right through the portal and landed in the room on the floor on the other side of the portal. This also made him very scared as to what he had done. He then quickly shut his equipment down, the portal slowly closed and disappeared and he also noted there was a delay of the portal closing which was extremely slowly.

He was using an audio transducer driven and a few watts of audio power, in the audio range of human hearing. He never told me the audio frequencies he was using or the type of amplifier or transducer used. He said, “you never know what will come through the portal and escape into his world”
Dear Professor

Fascinating stuff as always from you. If you're at liberty to disclose, can you tell us a bit more about how the portal looked? Was it like the portal we saw in the TV Series, Sliders? Also were there any sounds coming from the portal? Were you in an open area or in a room and were you near a Vortex or was the portal totally artificial?

What was the room like? Feel free to ignore any questions you don't want to answer.
Peace,
HH

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