Hollow Earth

Earth is hollow at the Poles – McCloud (Unicorn Icecap on Mount Shasta – side of city McCloud, – is linked to McPherson – “drowned land” on the bottom of mount Shasta – this being ROOT Chakra of Earth – Shasta was named after Russian word “Schastie” that means “togetherness of all parts” – it is considered “Happiness” if translated from Russian into English according to official dictionaries) 

Pole Hollows make Earth MECHANICALLY into HelmHoltZ resonator  and electrically it is hereby a huge “Cavity Resonator

http://www.terrapapers.com/?p=26548

Helmholtz resonators by Rudolph Koenig. The top hole, or “nipple”‘, is placed in the ear, and air oscillates freely through the bottom hole (Father of Hamlet here is remembered)

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HelmHoltZ resonator

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A nanomechanical resonator scattering photons in a high-finesse Fabry–Perot cavity, resonantly coupled to a laser on its left-hand side (McCloud Nuclear Effect is remembered here as water evaporator – hydrogene explosion of “The Lake”) 

The principle for achieving cooling is the following: the nanomechanical resonator fluctuates under Brownian motion with a noise distribution peak at its lowest eigenfrequency f0. When placed in the mode of a high-finesse Fabry–Perot cavity at resonance with a laser of wavelength λ, it scatters the cavity photons, as depicted in figure 1. Because photons circulate several times back and forth in the cavity, they need a finite time τ to reach a new equilibrium after each scattering event. This induces a delay in their back-action on the motion of the resonator through radiation pressure or dipolar forces. Exploiting this retarded back-action, we show here that additional optically induced viscous damping is obtained, resulting in a net cooling of the nanoresonator vibrational fluctuations. Photons leaving the cavity carry away the excess energy.

http://iopscience.iop.org/1367-2630/10/9/095006/fulltext/

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