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February 17, 2016

Figure 5 Acoustic axicon for the non-diffracting Bessel beam.

Figure 5 Acoustic axicon for the non-diffracting Bessel beam.

the idea girl says

see the RED line at Y CM and P graph (d).  This is a Higgs boson signal, with triangle wave forms. (in the WOW! alien radio signal data) here it’s something different yet it’s at 1.0 signal, same as Higgs did (it would split into different particles at 1.0 and 4.0 see other data blogged a month or so ago for LHC, CERN, and ATLAS to look at…)

triangle at DOF diagram above, is the space ship. use these algorithms



(a) Schematic diagram of the design of acoustic axicon. The green cone-like line with base angle is the desired equiphase surface for the acoustic axicon so that the phase shift at should be proportional to the length of the red line . Here, the half-height of the axicon h is selected to be 100 cm.


(b) The theoretical continuous phase shift (red dots) and the discrete phase shift provided by the metasurface (blue squares) along the y direction. (c) Spatial distribution of the intensity field for the designed axicon with . (d) Transverse cross-section of the intensity profile at x = 240 cm from the metasurfaces within the DOF.


Figure 1 An acoustic metasurface for generalized Snell's law.

Figure 1: An acoustic metasurface for generalized Snell’s law.


(a) The schematic diagram of an acoustic metasurface made of two stiff corrugated beams with a channel coiling up the space. The coiling structure has a width p = 1 cm and length a (a = 0.8 cm in this example).

The width of the channel is d = 0.067p. The width of the beams is w = 0.03p, and the corrugation length is l = a − 2wd. Sound hard boundary conditions are imposed to the left boundaries (red line) to mimic the fact that the metasurface is actually coated on a stiff plate. The light blue and dark red arrows refer to the propagation direction of incident and reflected waves, respectively. The label “1”, “2” and “3” refer to the three outlets of each element.

(b) The phase of the reflected waves, as a function of the length a of the metasurface, with incident wavelength λ = 19.6p. The black dots refer to specific a values for eight units to fulfill the desired discrete phase shifts. (c) Schematic diagram of the eight units with the specific a values shown in (b) with black dots.

The gap between each unit is , with a1 and a2 denoting the length of the two adjacent coiling structures. (d) The pressure strips of the reflected waves by the eight units. The high maps of pressure field are utilized to clearly show the different phase shifts by each unit.


the idea girl says

if you look at their data on this page, it will tell you how wide a laser beam to use, and it’s placement, algorithms, this should change your flight times, to higher than MACH 20 and stabilize it for you.

read this data




the idea girl says

vision of a space ship that has laser beams shooting from the Front of it.

It will create a FIELD and push away other fields – quantum repulsive force.

keywords are

Reflected wavefront manipulation based on ultrathin planar acoustic metasurfaces
Yong Li, Bin Liang, Zhong-ming Gu, Xin-ye Zou & Jian-chun Cheng
Scientific Reports 3, Article number: 2546 (2013)
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Applied physics | Electronics, photonics and device physics | Fluid dynamics | Physics
20 June 2013
13 August 2013
Published online:
29 August 2013

The angles of reflected and refracted waves are certainly determined when light impinges on a planar interface between two media with different refractive index due to the conservation of momentum along the tangential directions of the boundary, as is well known from the famous Snell’s Law. Recently, the Snell’s law was revisited in the context of metasurfaces with phase discontinuities constructed by metallic antennas capable of providing discrete phase shifts covering 2π span1.

the idea girl says

“conservation of momentum” is one of your anomalies.
using laser beams to create a “refractive Index” – on the TANGENTIAL Directions of the boundary. (keep a linear path through the two fields)

this one uses little metallic antennas (use a type of magnetic force – perhaps hematite?

magnetic forces repel dark matter particles, so you open up a clear pathway in space, by splitting a path bETWEEN the particles in space, thus making less Friction to deal with, at Warp speeds above MACH 20? (idea?)


I’m listening to the universe, I haven’t looked at your anomalies except for the gravity one. it’s saying use this data to correct anomaly #2 and #4.

hypersonic technology DARPa angles incident reflected wave snell's law anomalies in flight MACH 20

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(a) Schematics for the derivation of the angle of reflection. ϕ and ϕ + dϕ are the phases at the two cross points separated bydy along the y direction. θr represents the anomalous reflection angle induced by the discrete phase shifts. (b) Pressure field pattern for the gradient phase profile of . The black arrows refer to the theoretical value of the reflected angle.

the idea girl says

remember the earlier blog post that shows euclid elements, with the triangles going against the grain in them?

flying in a zig zag pattern ACROSS the sound AIR waves, cuts down your flight time, and it allows you to BREAK symmetry particles, fields, and travel at a higher stable rate of speed?  Try it on your computer simulations to see if it will work… 🙂






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