Anomaly of the Fly’s Wings
I guess you will wonder what the fly has got to do with Ed’s ability to lift and move 30 ton blocks single handed. It has a lot to do with it so I will explain.
I include the bumble bee in this discussion as it has much reduced wing area relative to its body weight. Although it is not a fly as it has 4 wings, but it isn't supposed to be able to fly or hover because of a relatively small wing area.
The anomaly is this: According to the laws of evolution, a creature will evolve qualities by natural selection to out compete competitors and predators. The reward is survival. Flying insects evolved 4 wings for whatever reason. But for an unexplained reason, the fly family then tossed away the advantage of 4 wings in favour of 2. The second pair of wings the halteres were then downgraded to act as stabilizers (according to scientists). My question is this: Why would nature cause a pair of wings to degenerate into a pair of stabilizers unless there is an evolutionary advantage in doing so? In the case of the bumble bee, why would it evolve seemingly less effective smaller wings if they do not improve survival and effectiveness in foraging?
I removed the halteres from a crane fly. It was perfectly able to maintain stable flight and to navigate to where it wanted to go except at a much slower speed. I concluded that halteres were not essential for stable flight or directional control. I furthermore concluded that they had a much more profound function. I concluded that they are using antigravity by the generation of vibrational energy. If this is the case then 2 wings will drive propulsion while the other 2 wings will counteract.
In spite of only having 2 wings to propel it, the modern house fly can take off in any direction it pleases including backwards in order to escape an aggressor (You try catching a fly face on! It will easily escape your clutch). Since I first discovered this in my late teens I have now come to the conclusion that the fly is neutralising gravity by resonating the molecules of its body via its thorax. Ed said what he is doing is like magnetism.
You can interpret the resonance of the molecules in an object as aligning the molecules so that gravity passes through it. In this way the fly neutralises gravity – gravity simply does not see the fly’s body
I came to this conclusion after looking at the methods of transport used for transporting the giant building stones in megalithic buildings. I came to the conclusion that what the ancient megalithic builders did was not to apply anti-gravity but to vibrationally align the molecules of an object so that gravity passes through it.
Please think seriously about this. It is a big departure from previous thinking and just might rekindle new thinking
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