1. nodle

    Time travel experiments using Kozyrev Mirrors

    Ran across this the other night. It was interesting reading and watching the show about it. It is interesting that the CIA was interested in the program and how closely they monitored it. Build your own (I am looking at you @ryanator) https://zerkalakozyreva.ru/chertezhi-zerkal-kozyreva/
  2. nodle

    Quatumn physics - double slit experiment

    Wow I went into this video thinking this was gonna be some science crap. Or something complex that you couldn't understand it. But after watching it, it's actually quite freaky. I don't want to give it away but you will see. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfPeprQ7oGc
  3. nodle

    The SSD Endurance Experiment

    Talk about reliability! This is more data than the average user would write if they kept the drive for 100 years (and stayed alive that long). 20gb a day for 27 years! http://techreport.com/review/25559/the-ssd-endurance-experiment-200tb-update
  4. nodle

    Sleep experiment

    Has anyone noticed or tried this before? Have you ever stayed up late only to feel more awake in the morning, than going to be early to get more sleep? I have noticed this the last few weeks and each time it seems to be accurate. If I stay up late then wake up in the morning I feel more "awake"...
  5. nodle

    Elevator psychology experiment

    It's amazing what your sub concise does. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX1gL5Zqkao
  6. nodle

    Massive fireworks experiment

  7. nodle

    Obedience an experiment

    Imagine that you've volunteered for an experiment, but when you show up at the lab you discover the researcher wants you to murder an innocent person. You protest, but the researcher firmly states, "The experiment requires that you do it." Would you acquiesce and kill the person? When asked...
  8. nodle

    Tamarack Mines experiment

    Very interesting, i wonder if this might have to do with the mystery of water witching? In 1901 a mining engineer named J.B. Watson was said to have dropped plumb bobs down two 4250 foot mine shafts spaced 3200 feet apart. His measurements indicated that the plumb lines were farther apart at...
  9. C Pav

    Philadelphia Experiment

    Allegedly, in the fall of 1943 a U.S. Navy destroyer was made invisible and teleported from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Norfolk, Virginia, in an incident known as the Philadelphia Experiment. Records in the Operational Archives Branch of the Naval Historical Center have been repeatedly...
  10. nodle

    The Philadelphia Experiment

    The Philadelphia Experiment took place in a Philadelphia Harbor August of 1943. It was a government invisibility experiment. The goal of the US government was to make the navy ships invisible to defeat the German navy during World War II. The Philadelphia experiment was our government's first...