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Opmmur

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The Video of Steven Gibbs HDR Time Machine: Tuning and using the HDR device

Steven Gibbs HDR Time Machine - Witness-well contains a sample:

Witness Light turns on when witness well is activated. Flip the bottom white switch.
The three switches are:

PWR - Power switch turns on electromagnet
AMP - Amp sends power to stabilizer
CLR - Clear activates the witness well

There are two dials to tune the HDR; they are the top dial known as "<A"
and the bottom dial known as "<B".

Tune the top dial first, then the bottom dial.

You can do this by using the rubbing plate.


How to tune your HDR:

First make sure all three switches {PWR, AMP, & CLR} are in the off position.
The electromagnet can get very hot and you can only have it on for a period of 5 minutes.

NOW. State you question while rubbing with your finger the rubbing plate.

Start adjusting the top dial. You will get a stick reaction when you have the correct rates. Think of tuning an AM radio for a distant radio station.

Your finger will get stuck to the plate.

NOW. Tune the bottom dial by moving it back and forth S-L-O-W-L-Y.

When you get a stick peel your fingers off the plate and turn on the electromagnet for 5 minutes.

NOW. Turn off your HDR unit and wait 10-15 minutes for the effect.

See Video on how to tune an HDR.
http://s3.invisionfree.com/Time_Travel_The...p?showtopic=113


HDR Temporal Distortion "Gibbs Effect" Videos: Three Low Bandwidth and Three High Bandwidth Time loss Videos
http://www.hdrusers.com/hdr_temp.htm

Components of the hyperdimensional resonator
http://www.hdrusers.com/hdr_parts.htm


Other Links:

See inside the HDR.
http://www.hdrusers.com/hdr_box.wmv

See Effect of HDR on Watch
http://www.hdrusers.com/bigwatch.wmv

Vortex Hunting
http://www.hdrusers.com/v1.wmv

Vortex locating
http://www.hdrusers.com/v2.wmv

Grid point location
http://www.hdrusers.com/v2.wmv

Broadband movies, you need Cable/DSL to see these.
http://www.hdrusers.com/broadband.htm

I would like to thank the Good People that put this great information together.

Professor Opmmur
 

Opmmur

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I do not know if I will be using the Steven Gibb HDR in the next six months. My real preference is to design and build my own device using some of the concepts of the Chronocraft designs by Mike Arklinski.

Professor Opmmur
 

Phoenix

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Keep us updated.

Did you ever get a watch to speed up?

I don't think that would require too much of an effort to test out.
 

Cosmo

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Does time actually speed up for the watch, or is the watch's components just altered somehow?

A way to test this:

Perform the same experiment with the watch, but put a small piece of soft fruit in there with it such as a grape or something similar.

Turn on the machine, and let the watch make a 24 - 48 hour rotation. Remove the fruit and examine it. Does it look like it's been left out for one to two days?

Maybe put a camera in there?
 

HDRKID

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Hi, I have an HDR. A friend of mine that also has an HDR told me that he could speed up or slow down a clock by changing the dial settings. And that he got the watch to move at the speed of an hour a minute.

I am still trying to get a handle on all this. Yes the HDR causes the watch to move real fast, but the effect is sporadic.

Perhaps we can use a geiger counter to test and see if it increases radioactivity. For example, speeds up the decay of a radium watch.

http://www.fluxcap.com/electro.htm
 

Phoenix

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During the time I had one I never noticed any differences in my watch. I had a digital watch though.
 

erikstalhammar

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Originally posted by hdrkid@Jun 17 2004, 06:55 AM
Hi, I have an HDR. A friend of mine that also has an HDR told me that he could speed up or slow down a clock by changing the dial settings. And that he got the watch to move at the speed of an hour a minute.

I am still trying to get a handle on all this. Yes the HDR causes the watch to move real fast, but the effect is sporadic.

Perhaps we can use a geiger counter to test and see if it increases radioactivity. For example, speeds up the decay of a radium watch.

http://www.fluxcap.com/electro.htm


Hey pheonix
I was thinkin of seling my Xbox and buying a HDR
everybody keeps telling me the HDR is a scam right thrue i dont know what to think. Do you think i should do it?
 

Phoenix

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I was thinkin of seling my Xbox and buying a HDR
everybody keeps telling me the HDR is a scam right thrue i dont know what to think. Do you think i should do it?
If I had a choice between an Xbox and an HDR I would chose the Xbox. At least you know the Xbox is going to work.

In my view the HDR can be seen as a do it yourself bicycle kit that is missing the chain and the front tire. Imagine the instructions telling you to prop the bike up and ride on the back tire. Imagine further that you do not know how to ride a bike. It also tells you to find steep hills in order to make the bike go faster. (Find grid points to physically time travel).

In this scenario your question of weather to sell your Xbox and buy an HDR is like a person asking if they should sell their volkswagon bug and buy the above do it yourself bike kit.
 

HDRKID

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Even since I was tiny there was this fascination with clocks, a
desire to understand that mysterious substance known as time.

When looking at time lapse photography is was interesting to see
things like a plant grow - spiraling ever upward.

Back then I could not FATHOM the thought that a time machine
could exist. Then one day I heard some guys making fun of Steven Gibbs
and a miracle machine known as the HDR. They never tried it,
but they knew time travel was impossible. Why? - because
it was impossible. They just knew.

But I already knew that time travel was possible.
You see, I was once waiting in the grocery store
for my mom to finish shopping.

I was busy reading Popular Mechanics. She told me that
she would come by and pick me up.

After what seemed like a few minutes, my mom grabbed me. She was screaming
at me "Where were you!" She seemed very upset. "I was right here."

I showed her that according to my watch only 15 mins had passed,
but she was sure that I was gone for five hours. She was worried sick.

Funny, how I was not hungry or thirsty, or read more than a few pages
of my magazine, which I usually finish in less than an hour.

When I went outside it was dark. Where had I been those five hours?
Why had I not heard the my mom calling me or her seen me reading?

Time travel was possible. My watch was way off.

I knew back then that I had stepped over a vortex and moved five hours
into the future. A few weeks later the huge grocery store that was
always full was torn down and a high fence erected around the vacant lot.

Debunkers are too busy shivering to start a fire, and it is a pity that they
did not all freeze to death in their cold caves.

The HDR was so wonderful, like fire in a dark cold cave.
A machine that can carry a man into the dazzling world of the future.

There are still many questions:

1) What are those sparkly things on the sides of buildings in 2250?
2) Why do people use flying cars when teleporters are available?
3) How do people have jobs when machines do most of the work?
 

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